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Which TV Hero Are You?
Kara Danvers is kind, caring and intelligent. She has a strong sense of justice and will often come down hard on herself if she makes a mistake. What she may lack in confidence, she makes up for in power.
Barry Allen is intelligent and brave. He has good morals and stands by what he believes in. He can be unorganized sometimes, but that doesn't stop him from saving the city.
Oliver Queen went from being a wealthy, spoiled brat to a vigilante and the savior of Starling City. He is a stern, serious, and strong individual who will always look out for those he cares for.
Clark Kent has a positive and optimistic view of humanity. He can sometimes be a bit narcissistic, but that doesn't stop him from seeing the best in the people around him.
Matt Murdock is a troubled soul. He became a vigilante to help when the justice system could not. No matter how hard he is on himself, he always does the right thing.
Jessica Jones is cynical, sharp-tongued, and sarcastic. Despite the awful upbringing she had and the terrible things she's been through in her life, she always chooses to help the people around her in times of need.
Peggy Carter is hardy and tough, standing up for herself when she is mistreated, especially by men. She is loyal and persistent and has a no-nonsense attitude.
James Gordon has a strong moral compass to do what is right. He is one of the few detectives in Gotham who is not corrupt. However, he sometimes struggles to understand others' perspectives due to his black-and-white view of the world.