The color pink is a hue that sits between red and purple. It’s an extremely bright color that is often used in 4-color comics to add drama, energy, and fun to a scene. There are a few reasons why there aren’t many pink superheroes in comics. One reason is that pink was typically seen as a “girly” color, and many superheroes are male. Another reason is that pink is often associated with happiness and joy, which doesn’t always mesh well with the more serious tone of most superheroes. But it’s possible to find some kickass pink superheroes if you look hard enough! Here are the top 12 superheroes who wear pink.
1. Cosmic Boy (DC Comics)
Cosmic Boy is a DC Comics pink superhero who was first introduced in 1958. He is a member of the Legion of Super-Heroes, a team of superheroes from the 30th and 31st centuries who protect the galaxy from various threats. Cosmic Boy’s real name is Rokk Krinn, and he has the ability to manipulate magnetic fields.
Cosmic Boy is a pink superhero wearing a pink and silver costume. The design of his costume has gone through several changes over the years, but it typically includes a pink bodysuit with silver boots and gloves, as well as a silver belt and chest plate. He also wears a silver headband that helps him control his powers.
2. Tumbler (Marvel)
Tumbler is a villain and a skilled acrobat who uses his abilities to commit crimes. The Tumbler’s real name is Leonard Fiasco, and he was a former circus performer who turned to a life of crime after becoming disgruntled with the lack of opportunities in his profession. He crafted a costume that allowed him to perform acrobatic feats and began using his skills to rob banks and commit other criminal acts.
Tumbler is a pink superhero wearing a pink and purple jumpsuit, black boots, and a white mask with a pink design on the front. He also wears pink gloves and carries a pair of bladed tonfas, which he uses as weapons during combat.
3. Pink Pearl (Steven Universe)
Pink Pearl is a Gem, an alien race with the ability to create weapons and other objects out of gemstones She served as Pink Diamond’s confidant and advisor. She was known for her pink color scheme and teardrop-shaped eye covering. After Pink Pearl suffered a severe injury that left her eye permanently damaged, she was given to another Gem, White Diamond, to be her personal assistant.
4. Armor (Marvel)
Hisako Ichiki is a Marvel Comics character who is also known as Armor. She is a Japanese mutant who has the ability to create a powerful suite of psionic armor around her body, which grants her superhuman strength, durability, and the ability to fly.
Armor’s armor has gone through several design iterations over the years, but it typically features a pink and silver color scheme. Her original armor design, which debuted in 2004, was a full-body suit that covered her from head to toe, with pink armor plating and silver highlights. It also included a stylized “A” symbol on her chest.
5. Titania (Marvel)
Titania is a superhumanly strong Marvel female superhero, a durable woman who possesses incredible physical strength and endurance. Mary MacPherran, who later became known as Titania, was born in Denver, Colorado. Growing up, Mary was bullied for being tall and strong, which led her to develop a tough exterior and a desire to prove her strength to others. She eventually became a construction worker and gained a reputation for her incredible physical strength.
During the events of “Secret Wars,” a cosmic event that brought together heroes and villains from across the Marvel Universe, Mary was transformed by the villainous Doctor Doom into a superhumanly strong and durable woman. Taking on the name Titania, she became one of the most powerful villains in the Marvel Universe.
Titania’s costume has varied over the years, but it typically features a color scheme that includes pink. Her original costume, which she wore when she first appeared on the pages of “Secret Wars” in 1984, consisted of a pink leotard with black boots and a black belt.
6. Jennifer Stavros (Marvel Earth-616)
Jennifer Stavros, known as Roulette, was one of Emma Frost’s first Hellions. Her mutation allowed her to generate psionic light disks that influenced the probability of her targets’ outcomes – red disks bringing fortune and black ones misfortune. Under Frost’s banner, they clashed with teams such as the X-Men and New Mutants.
Roulette’s original costume typically features a pink color scheme, with a domino mask and a stylized “R” emblem on her chest. Her powers include the ability to manipulate probabilities and manipulate the outcomes of games of chance, which she uses to cheat her opponents and gain an advantage in her criminal enterprises.
7. Diamondback (Marvel)
Diamondback’s real name is Rachel Leighton, and she grew up in poverty in Chicago. As a young adult, she turned to a life of crime and became a member of the criminal organization known as the Serpent Society. However, she eventually developed a romantic relationship with the hero known as Captain America, which led her to question her criminal ways and ultimately defect from the Serpent Society.
As a solo villain, Diamondback has continued to use her skills and resources to further her own criminal ambitions but has also occasionally worked with heroes to battle greater threats. She has had a complicated relationship with Captain America over the years, with both romantic and antagonistic moments in their interactions.
Diamondback’s costume has varied over the years, but typically features a pink color scheme with diamond-shaped patterns. She also frequently uses diamonds as weapons, which she either throws at her enemies or uses to create explosions. Overall, Diamondback’s backstory and character development have made her a memorable and complex figure in the Marvel Universe.
8. The High Evolutionary (Marvel)
The High Evolutionary has pushed the boundaries of human potential and developed the next stage of human evolution as a brilliant geneticist and evolutionary scientist.
In his comic book appearances, the High Evolutionary has undergone various phases as a complex character. Sometimes he is portrayed as a benevolent creator who wishes to bring about a new era of progress and enlightenment for humanity. On other occasions, he has been portrayed as a megalomaniacal villain willing to do whatever is necessary to achieve his objectives.
As for why he is pink, it is simply part of his unique appearance. The High Evolutionary has pink skin, with a distinctive set of armor covering his entire body. He uses the armor to protect himself from the dangerous energies he works with in his experiments, as well as to enhance his already impressive physical abilities. His pink skin is a result of radiation and genetic manipulations he has undergone during his experiments, according to some comic book storylines.
Psylocke‘s costume has changed over the years, with different artists and writers putting their own twist on her look over the years. Her first costume when she joined the X-Men was a purple leotard with a butterfly-shaped pink sash and a pink X-Men logo on her chest. The costume also featured purple gloves and boots, as well as a purple mask that covered her eyes.
Psylocke first appeared as a supporting character in “Captain Britain” comics, where she wore a pink and purple bodysuit with a pink sash and a purple leotard. Her costume was updated to the purple leotard and butterfly sash design in the late 1980s when she joined the X-Men.
10. Tiffany Fox (DC Comics)
Tiffany Fox is a supporting character in the “Batgirl” comic book series. She is the adopted sister of Tam Fox, who is Barbara Gordon’s best friend.
Tiffany’s backstory is revealed in “Batgirl” #47, which explores her troubled past and her relationship with Tam and Barbara. Tiffany was a child victim when Tam and Barbara rescued her and brought her into their family, where she began to rebuild her life.
By following Batgirl’s and her allies’ actions, Tiffany becomes increasingly involved in vigilantism. In addition to training in martial arts and self-defense, she takes on the persona of “Tiger,” a masked vigilante who helps protect Burnside (the neighborhood where Batgirl operates).
Tiffany is somewhat considered a pink female superhero. The grips on her nunchaku are pink! her Batgirl logo is pink, and she even accessories it with a pink bubble bracelet on her right arm.
11. The Pink Ranger
The Pink Ranger is a character from the Power Rangers franchise. She has been a prominent member of many different teams of Power Rangers, each with its own unique powers and abilities.
The Pink Ranger wears a pink costume, which varies in design depending on the specific team she is part of. In some versions, the costume features metallic armor and a helmet with a distinctive “P” symbol on the forehead. The Pink Ranger’s weapons and gadgets also vary depending on the team, but typically involve some kind of blaster or energy weapon.
The Pink Ranger is a skilled fighter and a key member of the team, using her agility, speed, and accuracy to take down enemies. She is also compassionate and nurturing, often acting as a mediator within the team and providing emotional support to her fellow Rangers.
12. Jubilee (Marvel)
While the color pink is not necessarily the dominant color in Jubilee’s character design, it has become a key part of her visual identity. While her costume has varied over the years, she is often depicted wearing pink and black clothing.
Jubilee, whose real name is Jubilation Lee, is a mutant with the ability to generate pyrotechnic energy blasts from her hands. She was created by writer Chris Claremont and artist Marc Silvestri, and first appeared in 1989’s “Uncanny X-Men” #244.
In her earliest appearances, Jubilee wore a distinctive pink and yellow costume, which included a pink jacket with a yellow collar, black shorts, and pink boots. She has also been depicted wearing various other pink outfits throughout her comic book and media appearances.
13. Super Pink (Pink Panther Cartoon)
Well, usually the Pink Panther is no superhero. However, in some episodes, he did become a cape-and-tights-garbed pink crusader! For example, in the episode “Pink Power,” he goes through an experiment that changes him from a plumber into Super Pink. He then goes on to save the urban city world from a cheese-mad lunatic. In the Super Pink episode, when the Pink Panther as Super Pink tries to help an elderly lady, he ends up causing so much calamity that the bruised lady turns into a villainous super-woman to attack the troublesome panther with an uprooted traffic light. In Pink! Pow! Kaboom! Episode the Panther is pulled into his own comic book and must defeat the villain he drew to get out. These are all great, very funny episodes I recommend you to see.
14. Blossom (PowerPuff Girls)
The leader of The Powerpuff Girls superhero team, Blossom is the self-proclaimed “smartest” member of the Powerpuff Girls. She is distinguished by her pink eyes and the pink dress that she wears. In terms of Powers, Blossom is able to fly at supersonic speeds and has superhuman strength and durability. She can also shoot powerful beams of energy from her eyes, which she often uses to cut through obstacles or defeat enemies. Overall, Blossom is an incredibly powerful pink superhero and is more than capable of holding her own against even the strongest foes. Blossom is often seen as bossy and overly analytical by her sisters, but she truly believes that her leadership and brains are what make her the best fit to protect Townsville.
15. Saturn Girl (DC Comics)
Her real name is Imra Ardeen, Saturn Girl is a female DC superhero with pink eyes, and pink lips and her uniform is pink with a small pink Saturn logo in the middle. Saturn Girl is a founding member of the Legion of Super-Heroes, a team of super-powered individuals who operate in the 30th and 31st centuries. Saturn Girl has a range of abilities, including telepathy and precognition, which she uses to help her teammates in their fight against evil. She is also an expert hand-to-hand combatant, thanks to her training on her home planet of Titan. Saturn Girl is a brave and selfless hero who always puts the needs of others before her own.
16. Doctor Gravity (Kick-Ass)
Another pink superhero, Doctor Gravity was a college student who was inspired by Kick-Ass to become a superhero. He started patrolling the streets of New York City, claiming to be a physics professor armed with a gravity pole that can make someone twenty times their weight. Of course, he later admitted that this is untrue! His gravity pole is in fact just a baseball bat wrapped in aluminum tinfoil. Doctor Gravity later went on to become a member of the Justice Forever superhero team.
17. Aphrodite (DC Comics)
The Greek Goddess of Love and Beauty, Aphrodite is a superhero appearing on the pages of Wonder Woman comic books. She is a half-sister to Diana Prince with Godly Physiology that enables her Cosmic Awareness, Immortally, and other superhuman powers. However, her most distinctive ability is her power of Seduction! Aphrodite is a master at bending the will of others using her unmatched beauty. In the comics, she’s colored with pristine pink skin and beautiful pink dresses.
18. Gambit (Marvel)
Remy LeBeau, aka Gambit, is famous for wearing a lot of pinks. It’s practically his signature color, and the color of his mutant power – meaning, his powers manifest as pink. Gambit is a mutant with the ability to charge objects with kinetic energy. This gives him the ability to cause explosive damage when he throws them. Gambit is usually portrayed as being cocky and charming, but he also has a darker side. He was born in New Orleans and grew up on the streets. He eventually joined the Thieves Guild, where he met Rogue. The two of them have a complicated relationship that is often a central plot point in stories featuring them both.