Top 100 Cool Superhero Baby Names That You'll Love

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Sources of baby name inspiration are endless; from heroic names to Victorian names, and every category in between.

But have you considered superhero name options for your baby boy or girl? You don't have to be a comic book fan to know that superhero names are synonymous with courage, kindness, and strength.

Superheroes have special abilities and qualities that set them aside from the rest of us and, whilst we aren't suggesting you use Batman as a baby name, you might just be taken by a name the superhero list below mentions.

Superhero Baby Names From DC Comics

Pioneers of the comic book superhero, DC Comics have not only brought us the likes of Superman, Batman, Wonder-Woman, and The Flash, but also some incredible superhero alias that are a great source of baby name inspiration.  From Clark Kent to Bruce Wayne, Diana Prince to Kate Kane, there's every chance that a superhero inspired baby name might be 'the one'.

DC Comics Superhero Boy Names

1. Allen: English origin , meaning “little rock”. The Flash is the alter ego of Barry Allen.

2. Arthur: Welsh origin, meaning “bear”. Aquaman is the alter ego of Arthur Curry.

3. Barry: Irish origin , meaning “fair-haired”. The Flash is the alter ego of Barry Allen.

4. Clark: English origin; name means “clerk”. Superman is the alter ego of Clark Kent.

5. Conner: Irish origin, meaning “desire”. Superboy is the alter ego of Conner Kent.

6. Dick: English origin; name means “brave ruler”. Robin is the alter ego of Dick Grayson.

7. Grayson: English origin, meaning “son of the grey-haired one”. Robin is the alter ego of Dick Grayson.

8. Hal: English origin, meaning “army ruler”. Green Lantern is the alter ego of Hal Jordan.

9. Kent: English origin , meaning “coastal land”. Superman is the alter ego of Clark Kent.

10. Oliver: English origin, meaning “descendent of the ancestor”. Green Arrow is the alter ego of Oliver Queen.

11. Prince: Latin origin; name means “royal son”. Wonder-woman is the alter ego of Diana Prince.

12. Randolph: English origin, meaning “shield wolf”. Elongated Man is the alter ego of Randolph Dibny.

13. Walker: English origin , meaning “fuller of cloth”. Saint Walker is the alter ego of Bro’Dee Walker.

14. Wayne: English origin; name means “wagon driver”. Batman is the alter ego of Bruce Wayne.

DC Comics Superhero Girl Names

15. Barbara: Greek origin, meaning “stranger”. Batgirl is the alter ego of Barbara Gordon.

16. Beatriz: Latin origin, meaning “bringer of joy”. Fire is the alter ego of Beatriz de Costa.

17. Carol: English origin; name means “free person”. Star Sapphire is the alter ego of Carol Ferris.

18. Courtney: English origin, meaning “a French dynasty”. Stargirl is the alter ego of Courtney Whitmore.

19. Cynnthia: Greek origin, meaning “from Kinthos”. Gypsy is the alter ego of Cynnthia Reynolds.

20. Diana: English origin, meaning “divine”. Wonder-woman is the alter ego of Diana Prince.

21. Kara: Italian origin; name means “dear”. Supergirl is the alter ego of Kara Zor-Eli.

22. Kate: English origin, meaning “pure”. Batwoman is the alter ego of Kate Kane.

23. Lynn: Irish origin , meaning “from the lake”. Jade is the alter ego of Jennie-Lynn Hayden.

24. Maxine: French origin , meaning “greatest”. Cyclone is the alter ego of Maxine Hunkel.

25. Nura: Arabic origin, meaning “light”. Dream Girl is the alter ego of Nura Nal.

26. Renee: French origin, meaning “reborn”. Question is the alter ego of Renee Montoya.

27. Sapphire: English origin, meaning “gemstone”. Star Sapphire is the alter ego of Carol Ferris.

28. Stephanie: French origin; name means“crown”. The Spoiler is the alter ego of Stephanie Brown.

Gender Neutral DC Comics Superheroes Names

29. Carter: English origin , meaning “driver of a cart”. Booster Gold is the alter ego of Michael Jon Carter.

30. Hayden: English origin, meaning “hay downs”. Jade is the alter ego of Jennie-Lynn Hayden.

31. Jade: English origin , meaning “green gemstone”. Jade is the alter ego of Jennie-Lynn Hayden.

32. Jordan: Hebrew origin , meaning “to flow down”. Green Lantern is the alter ego of Hal Jordan.

33. Saint: American origin; name means “holy person”. Saint Walker is the alter ego of Bro’Dee Walker.

34. Star: English origin, meaning “star". Star Sapphire is the alter ego of Carol Ferris.

Superhero Baby Names From Marvel Comics

Home to Hulk, Spider-Man, X-Men, and many, many more; the Marvel Universe came to life in 1939 in a comic book called "Timely Comics".  If you want a famous superhero name for your baby, have a look at these.

Marvel Superhero Baby Boy Names

35. Bruce: English origin, meaning “from the town of Bruis”. Hulk is the alter ego of Robert Bruce Banner.

36. Clint: English origin, meaning “town on a hill”. Hawkeye is the alter ego of Clint Barton.

37. Danny: Hebrew origin, meaning “God is my judge”. Iron Fist is the alter ego of Danny Rand.

38. Drake: English origin, meaning “dragon”. Iceman is the alter ego of Robert Louis Drake.

39. James: Hebrew origin , meaning “supplanter”. Wolverine is the alter ego of James Howlett

40. Jonathan: Hebrew origin, meaning “God has given”. Human Torch is the alter ego of Jonathan Storm.

41. Louis: Hebrew origin; name means “famed warrior”. Iceman is the alter ego of Robert Louis Drake.

42. Matt: Meaning “gift of God”. Of Hebrew origin. Daredevil is the alter ego of Matt Murdock.

43. Peter: Greek origin , meaning “rock”. Spider-man is the alter ego of Peter Parker.

44. Rick: English origin , meaning “brave ruler”. A-Bomb is the alter ego of Rick Jones.

45. Robert: English origin; name means ‘bright fame”. Hulk is the alter ego of Robert Bruce Banner.

46. Scott: English origin , meaning “from Scotland”. Cyclops is the alter ego of Scott Summers.

47. Steve: Greek origin , meaning “crown”. Captain America is the alter ego of Steve Rogers.

48. Tony: Latin origin; name means “priceless”. Iron Man is the alter ego of Tony Stark.

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Marvel Superhero Baby Girl Names

49. Alison: English origin , meaning “of the noble one”. Dazzler is the alter ego of Alison Blaire.

50. Allene: American origin , meaning “little rock”. Squirrel Girl is the alter ego of Doreen Allene Green.

51. Angelica: Latin origin , meaning “messenger of God”. Firestar is the alter ego of Angelica Jones.

52. Felicia: Latin origin; name means “happiness”. Black Cat is the alter ego of Felicia Hardy.

53. Janet: English origin, meaning “God is gracious”. Wasp is the alter ego of Janet Van Dyne.

54. Jessica: Hebrew origin , meaning “God beholds”. Spider-Woman is the alter ego of Jessica Drew.

55. Kitty: English origin; name means “pure”. Shadowcat is the alter ego of Kitty Pryde.

56. Laura: Latin origin, meaning “laurel”. X-23 is the alter ego of Laura Kinney.

57. Layla: Arabic origin, meaning “night”. Butterfly is the alter ego of Layla Miller.

58. Marie: French origin, meaning “of the sea”. Rogue is the alter ego of Anna Marie.

59. Melissa: Greek origin, meaning “bee”. Songbird is the alter ego of Melissa Gold.

60. Monica: Latin origin; name means “advisor”. Spectrum is the alter ego of Monica Rambeau.

61. Neena: Native American origin, meaning “mighty”. Domino is the alter ego of Neena Thurman.

62. Susan: Hebrew origin, meaning “lily”. Invisible Woman is the alter ego of Susan Storm.

Gender Neutral Marvel Superhero Names

63. Angel: Hebrew origin; name means “messenger of God”. Angel is the alter ego of Warren Worthington.

64. Drew: Welsh origin, meaning “wise”. Spider-Woman is the alter ego of Jessica Drew.

65. Greer: Scottish origin , meaning “watchful”. Tigra is the alter ego of Greer Nelson.

66. Jean: English origin, meaning “God is gracious”. One of the original five X-Men.

67. Monet: French origin; name means “to be heard”. ‘M’ is the alter ego of Monet St.Croix.

68. Reed: English origin, meaning “red hair”. Mr Fantastic is the alter ego of Reed Richards.

69. Sawyer: English origin, meaning “wood cutter”. U-Go Girl is the alter ego of Edith Constance Sawyer.

70. Storm: American origin; name means “a storm”. Human Torch is the alter ego of Jonathan Storm.

71. Tandy: Greek origin , meaning “immortality”. Dagger is the alter ego of Tandy Bowen.

Names Of Superheroes From Popular Children's TV Shows

From "Thundercats" to "Octonauts", "He-Man" to "Ben-10", "Paw Patrol" to "Powerpuff Girls"; there's no shortage of modern day superhero names for you to think about during your baby name search.

Kids' Cartoon Inspired Superhero Names For Boys

72. Adam: Latin origin, meaning “man of the Bible”. He-Man is the alter ego Prince Adam.

73. Bear: American origin, meaning “bear-like”. A superhero in “Octonauts”.

74. Ben: Hebrew origin, meaning “blessed”. Ben 10 is the alter ego of Ben Tennyson

75. Billy: English origin, meaning “with gilded helmet”. Blue Power Ranger is alter ego of Billy Cranston.

76. Chase:  English origin; name means “hunter”. A superhero in “Paw Patrol”.

77. Claudus: Latin origin, meaning “fair”. Claudus is a Thundercat.

78. Donatello: Latin origin, meaning “gift”. A Ninja Turtle

79. Ethan: Hebrew origin, meaning “strong”. Sharkboy is the alter ego of Ethan Morris.

80. Lars: Scandinavian origin , meaning “from Laurentum”. A superhero in “Go Jetters”.

81. Leonardo: Italian origin , meaning “lion brave”. A Ninja Turtle.

82. Marshall: French origin, meaning “horse keeper”. A superhero in “Paw Patrol”.

83. Raphael: Hebrew origin, meaning “God has healed”. A Ninja Turtle.

84. Rocky: English origin, meaning “rocky”. A superhero in “Paw Patrol”.

85. Toby: English origin, meaning “God is good”. Toby Tenma is Astro Boy.

Kids' Cartoon Inspired Cool Superhero Names For Girl Babies

86. Ann: Hebrew origin, meaning “gracious”. Pink Power Ranger is alter ego of Kimberley Ann Heart.

87. Aurora: Latin origin, meaning “dawn”. She-Ra is the alter ego of Princess Aurora.

88. Blossom: English origin, meaning “bloom”. A Powerpuff Girl.

89. Bunny: American origin, meaning “little rabbit”. A Powerpuff Girl.

90. Kimberley: English origin; name means “from the wood of the royal fortress”. Pink Power Ranger is alter ego of Kimberley Ann Heart.

91. Molly: English origin, meaning “of the sea”. A “Bubble Guppies” superhero.

92. Oona: Irish origin, meaning “one”. A “Bubble Guppies” superhero.

93. Trini: Spanish origin, meaning “Holy Trinity”. Yellow Power Ranger is alter ego of Trini Kwan.

94. Tuska: Latin and Russian origin, meaning “Christmas child”. Tuska is a Thundercat.

95. Xena: Greek origin, meaning “hospitable”. Xena is the Warrior Princess.

Gender Neutral Cartoon Character Superhero Baby Names

96. Gil: Hebrew origin, meaning “joy”. A “Bubble Guppies” superhero.

97. Kit: American origin, meaning “Christ-bearer” or “pure”. Kit is a Thundercat.

98. Kyan: American origin; name means “ancient”. A superhero in “Go Jetters”.

99. Skye: Scottish origin, meaning “from the Isle of Skye”. A superhero in “Paw Patrol”.

100. Zuma: Arabic origin, meaning “peace”. Of Arabic origin. A superhero in “Paw Patrol”.

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