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These Marvel Heroes Desperately Need A Vacation

by Staff

Marvel‘s heroes have a lot on their plate. They fight the most diabolical villains, all the while having to deal with mercurial public opinion and the chance that the government is going to outlaw heroes at any moment. Many Marvel heroes have day jobs and lives outside of being heroes, which makes their heroic activities a source of extra stress for them. There are some Marvel heroes who get lucky and have relatively easy lives, even with all the drama, but most Marvel heroes are going through it.



These heroes are the ones who live lives full of trauma, and they could use a vacation. Being a superhero is definitely a massive source of stress and pain, and while all Marvel heroes could use a vacation, some should certainly get priority. These Marvel heroes are known for putting up with the worst situations, and they could use a break ASAP.


11 Professor Xavier’s Entire Life Has Been Watching His Students Get Brutalized And Dealing With Humanity’s Racism

First Appeared In

Created By

Year Of Debut

The X-Men #1

Stan Lee & Jack Kirby

1963

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Professor Charles Xavier brought together the X-Men to help save mutantkind. Humanity hated its powerful children, so Xavier did everything he could to make sure that mutantkind would survive, laying the groundwork for the mutant nation of Krakoa. Xavier did a lot of terrible things to ensure mutantkind’s survival and watched as his students were abused by the humans they were trying to save no matter what he did. Xavier and Magneto were able to finally create the mutant nation of Krakoa, but even that mutant paradise didn’t let Xavier rest.

Xavier had to deal with being a world power that was a target for humanity. Xavier had to deal not only with his own secrets but also those of the Quiet Council and the mutants of Krakoa. Xavier didn’t get less on his plate with the establishment of a mutant paradise, but more, and that’s before Orchis’s final attack is taken into account. Xavier deserves some time off, where he doesn’t have to worry about anything and can just enjoy himself.

10 The Fantastic Four Needs To Have The Coolest Vacation Ever

The Fantastic Four and kids pose for a family photo.

First Appeared In

Created By

Year Of Debut

The Fantastic Four #1

Stan Lee & Jack Kirby

1961

The Fantastic Four are often called Marvel’s First Family. Reed Richards, Sue Richards, Ben Grimm, and Johnny Storm have created a bond unlike any other, and have brought together a family – including the children of Reed and Sue Franklin and Valeria, as well as Ben’s wife Alicia Masters – that is unique in the superhero community. The Fantastic Four has an amazing dynamic, working together to save the multiverse.

The Fantastic Four might not have the same level of problems as the X-Men or the Avengers, but that doesn’t mean they don’t need a vacation. Every family needs some time off together, and the Fantastic Four have more to deal with than any other family out there. The great thing about a Fantastic Four vacation is that they can literally go anywhere in reality, giving them the potential to unwind on the greatest beaches in the multiverse.

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8 Kate Pryde Has Had An Insane Time Lately

Kate Pryde in her new costume emerging from a wall to kill an Orchis soldier with her swords

First Appeared In

Created By

Year Of Debut

Uncanny X-Men #129

Chris Claremont & John Byrne

1980

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Kitty Pryde Suffered One of the X-Men’s Most TraumaticJourneys Into Adulthood

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Being a mutant is never easy, but Kate Pryde has always made even the hardest parts look effortless. Kate first joined the X-Men when she was thirteen and has dealt with the worst circumstances imaginable with a smile on her face. Kate has learned her lessons very well over the years and seems to be able to handle any situation, but looking at her life recently, it’s easy to see that the trauma is starting to get to her.

Kate was rocketed off Earth when she saved the world from a giant bullet, was brought back by Magneto, and was thrown into the crucible of the Utopia Age when the X-Men were at their weakest. From there she had to deal with the X-Men’s schism, the war against the Avengers, the return of the original five X-Men, the Terrigen Mist crisis, and leading the X-Men against multiple threats. All of that is before the Krakoa Era even started, when Kate had loads more trauma and stress put on her as Red Queen of the Hellfire Trading Corporation and a member of the Quiet Council. The destruction of Krakoa broke Kate, and she could use a vacation when the war against Orchis is over.

7 The Hulk’s Life Has Been Nothing But Trauma And Pain

The Hulk punches his way through a wall in Marvel Comics

First Appeared In

Created By

Year Of Debut

The Incredible Hulk #1

Stan Lee & Jack Kirby

1962

The Hulk has had a very traumatic history. Bruce Banner suffered from depression and DID before ever becoming the Hulk, and his transformation made things worse. Bruce Banner was hunted by the government and had to deal with the Hulk part of his mind. The Hulk was constantly under fire, and even attacked by those people who should have understood him best, the superheroes of the world. The Hulk and Bruce Banner’s life has been terrible.

It often seems like the only vacation the Hulk has ever gotten was his death. Bruce Banner and the Hulk are two separate beings, and each of them definitely needs some time away from the world that has abused them for years. The Hulk may be a monster at times, but that’s as much the world’s fault as his own. A vacation from everything would do Banner and the Hulk a lot of good.

6 Iron Man Is A Workaholic

iron man shifting out of invisibility in his stealth armor on the cover of invincible iron man 9

First Appeared In

Created By

Year Of Debut

Tales of Suspense #39

Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Don Heck, Steve Ditko & Larry Lieber

1963

Iron Man has done a lot as a superhero. Tony Stark helped found the Avengers, bringing together the greatest team of heroes. Iron Man has helped save the Earth many times over, and has often done a lot to make the lives of his fellow heroes easier. Conversely, Iron Man has also made things difficult for his friends and made a lot of mistakes, the stress of heroism driving him down the road of addiction. Iron Man’s life as a superhero has involved taking the good with the bad, but always doing his best.

Iron Man is always working, whether it be making his armor better, working as a hero and Avenger, or rebuilding his fortune after it’s been taken from him for the umpteenth time. Tony Stark rarely gets much time to himself, as shown by the shambles of his personal life. Tony Stark rarely gets to enjoy the world that he’s saved so many times, and a vacation would be perfect for the Armored Avenger.

5 Storm Never Gets A Break

Storm blasts her lightning.

First Appeared In

Created By

Year Of Debut

Giant Size X-Men #1

Len Wein & Dave Cockrum

1975

Storm has had quite a life. Ororo Munroe lost her parents to a plane crash, developing claustrophobia while trapped in the wreckage. The young Storm became a pickpocket in Cairo before her mutant powers developed and she left the city to become a goddess of the African veldt. This led to Storm becoming an X-Man, where she would rise to the rank of team leader, join the Fantastic Four and Avengers, and marry Black Panther, adding the title of queen to her list of accomplishments. Storm became even more important during the Krakoa Era, joining the Quiet Council and becoming the Regent of Arakko, which made her the voice of the Sol System. Storm has even fought a civil war, siding with the Arakkii against Genesis and her own Arakkii from Amenth.

Storm never gets a break. She is constantly fighting evil and leading her friends into battle. Storm has had some amazing adventures, but the amount of times when she’s actually gotten to sit back and enjoy her life can seemingly be counted on one hand. Storm hasn’t even had the vacation of death that other heroes have. Storm could use a vacation and the best part would be that she could make sure the weather was perfect.

4 Captain America Deserves Time To Enjoy The World He’s Saved So Many Times

Captain America leaping into the lightning

First Appeared In

Created By

Year Of Debut

Captain America Comics #1

Joe Simon & Jack Kirby

1941

Captain America has fought the good fight since World War II. While it can be argued that his time frozen was a vacation of sorts, since his thawing, Captain America hasn’t had a lot of chances to unwind as a superhero. Captain America is devoted to the United States and protecting the world, so he’s taken very few breaks. Captain America has gone through a lot over the years, and if anyone could use a vacation, it’s him.

Even ignoring all the hardships and battles Captain America has been through, the sheer amount of stress that Captain America is constantly under as leader of the heroes is enough to argue for him to have a vacation. Captain America has saved the world many times over, but he’s barely gotten a chance to enjoy that world. Captain America needs a vacation, if only to understand what he’s fighting for.

3 Quicksilver Doesn’t Even Know What Self-Care Means

Quicksilver running as bullets fly at him

First Appeared In

Created By

Year Of Debut

X-Men #4

Stan Lee & Jack Kirby

1964

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Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver have both had tough lives. Both of them have taken walks on the villainous side of the aisle. both by choice and manipulation, but the way they’re treated by their fellow heroes is quite different. Scarlet Witch is coddled and forgiven, even when committing the most heinous acts against her friends and the world. Quicksilver is treated terribly no matter what he does. Quicksilver is considered haughty and arrogant, but that’s just because his powers make his brain work faster than anyone else’s, something he can’t help.

Quicksilver is always treated rather badly, despite just being himself. That’s why Quicksilver could use a vacation. Quicksilver is an extremely misunderstood person and needs a break away from everyone who treats him badly, which happens to be most of the people he knows. Quicksilver has never gotten a chance to care for himself and deserves a break.

2 Spider-Man Could Use An All Expenses Paid Trip Anywhere

Spider-Man shooting a web and ripping his mask

First Appeared In

Created By

Year Of Debut

Amazing Fantasy #15

Stan Lee & Steve Ditko

1962

Spider-Man is known as the friendly neighborhood hero of New York City. Peter Parker’s life has been consumed by being Spider-Man since he was a teenager. Peter has had to worry about the regular problems that any person would have – money troubles, his job, his family, and his relationships – on top of swinging around and saving lives as Spider-Man. Spider-Man has had a tough time, and if there’s any hero who could use a vacation, it’s him.

Of course, seeing as how money is always a problem for Peter Parker, any vacation he took would have to be on someone else’s bill, especially if it would be as long and relaxing as he deserved. Luckily for Spider-Man, he has a lot of very wealthy friends, and they could all chip in to give him a vacation. Of course, knowing the “Parker luck”, it would all go wrong, but at least he’d have a short time of relaxation until it all exploded.

1 Wolverine Has Been Through The Wars And Needs A Long Break

First Appeared In

Created By

Year Of Debut

The Incredible Hulk #180

Chris Claremont, John Romita Sr., Roy Thomas & Len Wein

1974

Wolverine is very old and has experienced lifetimes’ worth of trauma and pain. Wolverine has basically been fighting for his entire life, whether it be in the many wars he’s been a part of, his rivalry with Sabretooth, his time as a spy, his years as a superhero, or just all the barfights he’s gotten into. Wolverine has also spent years fighting against his bestial nature, doing his best to become a better person even when his very nature as a mutant has fought against him.

Wolverine’s life is defined by blood and pain, of being a pawn for forces beyond his control, of fighting against the greatest odds so the innocent don’t have to. Wolverine’s entire life has been embroiled in war and he’s rarely, if ever, had any kind of peace. Wolverine’s idea of a vacation is different from most people’s, but that doesn’t change his need for one. Wolverine has spent decades out there dealing with a brutal world and he needs a break more than most people realize.

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