Top 10 Worst Superheroes To Party With

Superheroes make everything better, that’s just a fact of life. And with their crazy powers, hot bodies and larger than life personalities who wouldn’t want to party with the world’s greatest heroes and heroines? But it’s not all fun and games. Sometimes the coolest superheroes can be the biggest wet blankets on the planet. So…the 10 worst superheroes to party with.

10. Rorschach – The Creepy Guy

Have you even been to a party and seen some weird guy just hanging out in the back, watching what everybody else is doing, but not dancing or talking to anybody himself? He’s pretty intense and no one will admit to inviting him? That’s Rorschach. While certainly the coolest character in Watchmen, Rorschach’s creepy-quiet, socially awkward and has a tendency to see threatening conspiracies in everyday conversations. Before the night is over, he’ll have gone through both your medicine cabinet and underwear drawer, downloaded all the emails on your computer, and freaked out enough people to ensure that you’ll have to move before you ever throw another successful party again.

9. Mary Marvel – The Boring Girl (who’s actually underage)

Remember that hot chick you met at that party that time? Gorgeous face, smoking bod, but when you finally worked up the nerve to start a conversation with her, all she could talk about was her cats and how much she loved Grey’s Anatomy? Mary Marvel is the quintessential goody-goody, totally bereft of personality or anything interesting to say. And to make matters worse, while her super-form appears to be in its early 20’s, I think her human form is still around 16, meaning even if you’re successfully able to navigate “The Rock of Eternity,” one wrong word and suddenly it’s “I swear to god, Officer, she was like 25 when I picked her up last night!”

8. Captain America – The Grandpa

If The Ultimates has taught us anything, it’s that if you’re under 80, you never invite Captain America to a party. With a mindset and a sense of humor stuck squarely (pun intended) in the 1940’s, having Cap at your party would be like inviting your granddad to rock out with you. And not your cool granddad either. I’m talking the really uptight one, who keeps telling the girls to “cover up!” and stands by the keg asking for ID before he lets you get a drink. He yells at you to turn the music down and wants everyone out by 9 PM so that he can get a good night’s rest. And as his recent movie informed us, you can’t get Cap drunk, so there is absolutely no chance of getting him to loosen up as the night wears on.

7. The Hulk – The Angry Drunk

We all know that guy. The one who is wound WAY too tight, who can’t deal with his emotions and keeps everything bottled up inside. He’s a walking time-bomb of bitter rage until one day, maybe after a few drinks, someone says the wrong thing, and BAM! he explodes. The Hulk is the ultimate angry drunk. The Hulk is triggered by Bruce Banner’s rage, and it certainly stands to reason that if a geeky insult-target like Banner was ever going to lose his cool, it would be at a party (probably yours) after some jerk pours a drink over his head and/or some girl laughs at him. You thought Carrie was bad? All she did was burn down a Gym. Insult the Hulk and your whole town, possibly state, gets laid to waste.

6. Wonder Woman – The Activist

Remember that scene in Legally Blonde (come on, you can admit you watched it, we’re all friends here) where the one woman has the main guy cornered at a party and she keeps going on and on about how male-centric the education system is, even suggesting they change the word SEMESTER to OVESTER? Having been raised on an island of man-hating Amazons, that’s pretty much how I imagine a conversation with Wonder Woman going. And even if you get her off the “woman’s lib” angle, you’d still have to hear all about how MEN have polluted the oceans, killed the dolphins, and generally screwed up the entire world. Since she cares about every living thing on the planet, Wonder Woman is exactly the kind of girl who would drag you to protest rallies, peace demonstrations and make you stop the car and pick up every wounded animal on the side of the road and take it to the vet.

5. Lobo – The Wildman

At first glance, “The Main Man” would seem like the ideal party animal, you know he’d bring all kinds of booze and crazy girls to your party, and assuming he doesn’t kill anybody for fun or profit, a good time for all is pretty much a sure thing. The problem isn’t getting him to come over, it’s getting him to leave. Lobo is exactly the kind of dead-beat who would come over for a party and end up crashing on your couch for six months, eating all your food and racking up your cable bill ordering hours and hours of porn. Until finally one day you come home from work to find a huge hole in your house going from the front yard to the back yard, Lobo gone and your bathtub on fire.

4. The Human Torch – The Man-Child

Ironically, there is no dumber “dumb blonde” in the superhero community than Johnny Storm. Mark Millar said it best; Johnny is “The Male Paris Hilton,” nothing but a short attention span and one lame catchphrase after another. Which in itself wouldn’t be SO bad, if Johnny didn’t have the emotion range of an 8-year old. This is a guy who still thinks stuff like “Pull my finger” and wet-willies are funny. He’s exactly the kind of idiot who would flush a bath towel down your toilet just to see the look on your face when it backs up into the hallway. And most insulting of all, he’d STILL wind up going home with the hottest girl at the party.

3. Emma Frost – The Ice Queen

Here again is another character who, at first glance, appears to be an ideal party guest. A super-hot blonde with “loose morals” in every sense of the phrase. But let’s think this through a moment. First off, she’s a snob. Unless you kept a wine cellar in your basement or had your own private island, she probably wouldn’t give you the time of day. Second, she’s psychic, meaning she can read your mind. Remember how pissed girls get when they think you are only talking to them so you can stare at their boobs? Well, how do you think that’ll play out when she can actually see every dirty thought that involuntarily runs through your head as soon as you see her in that outfit? Third, she can turn her body into diamond, and punch you through a wall, and given that she’s a former supervillain, she probably would.

2. Spider-Man – The Social Disaster

Spider-Man is a walking, talking social disaster. Besides being a broke science nerd who lives with his elderly aunt, Spider-Man is a girl repellant of the highest class both in an out of that creepy costume. He’s worst kind of socially awkward, not content with just being quiet and leaving people alone as Peter Parker, put a mask on the guy and suddenly he’s got “diarrhea of the mouth,” constantly spouting off the first thing that comes to his mind, desperately attempting to be funny but usually just coming off as weird and random. He’s that manic-depressive guy who spends the first part of the party bugging everybody with lame jokes and magic tricks like clinging to walls, and spends the second half crying in the corner because no one likes him.

Just ask little Jimmy who invited Spider-Man to his party…

1. Batman – THAT Guy

Batman would be… The. Worst. Party-Guest. EVER! He combines the worst traits of Rorschach, Captain America and The Hulk. He’s uber-creepy and intrusive, probably going through everyone’s coats in the bedroom looking for “clues.” He’s got a major stick up his ass and doesn’t smoke, drink, tell jokes, or laugh at jokes. And he’s got serious anger issues, probably putting the first guy to make a crack about his relationship with Robin through a wall. Every conversation ends with him talking about his parent’s death and how he “Is the Night!” And God help you if you’ve got pirated cable or bootleg DVDs. Plus, with his ninja-trained disappearing act, you’d never be entirely sure he’s gone, leaving you with that distinct feeling of being watched long after the party’s over.

So there it is. The top 10 worst superheroes to invite to a party. Next time you find yourself throwing a shindig in 2-Dimensional Idea Space, be sure to leaves these guys and girls off the guest list.

Who are some heroes you’d exclude from your invite list?

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16 Comments

  1. Matt says:

    Right, god forbid you attend peace rallies, care about dolphins, recognize that the patriarchal system has demolished the earth, or pick up wounded animals.

    • That’s true. There’s nothing wrong with any of that. Same way there’s nothing wrong with a prostate exam. But I wouldn’t want to get one of those at a party either. .

      • Matt says:

        Because having a finger up your ass is totally the same as doing good things for the world. Both are equally distasteful.

        Got it.

        • Nothing distasteful about either one. Both are important. All I’m saying is there’s a time and a place, and maybe a party on Friday night isn’t right for either one.

          • Cel says:

            It’s pretty clear that you abandoned the “at a party” theme by the end of #6 and just started woman bashing.

          • Are women the only people who go to peace rallies and take care wounded animals? I was going off on people who care about EVERYTHING and never stop doing so, even at a party. While admirable, it can get a little tiresome, be it from a man or woman. And like Blackest Night said, “No one loves the world more than Wonder Woman.”

  2. Y’know, Mary Marvel wasn’t “the boring girl” until “The Power of Shazam” turned her into one. In fact, the ORIGINAL version was really cool.

  3. Olivia says:

    Great read, except I think the Justice League episodes 33-34, “Maid of Honor,” pretty much disprove your #6 pick, Wonder Woman.

  4. Andrew says:

    You’re not giving Parker ANY credit for being a photographer? There’s a window of time somewhere after high school but before thirty where being an artsy creative type makes one pretty cool. Around 30, the panache sort of wears off when everyone realizes you’ll never make any money at it… but I’m pretty sure Peter’s still in the golden range.
    (BTW, the Captcha is jacked up in Firefox. You can only see maybe 2/3 of the first word.)

  5. Aaric Rivad says:

    Pretty cool. I can just imagine Thor and Iron Man trying to schedule a party sometime when Cap and Spidey are out of town. Those two would have to be near the top of the list of guys you would WANT to party with.

    And the chicks they could bring to the party… un-be-lievable.

  6. Richie says:

    Awesome list, very funny. Can people seriously not get that this is a joke and just not get their panties in a bunch about the Wonder Woman entry?

  7. Jake says:

    Oh come on. Spiderman and THE GODDAM BATMAN would be awesome at a party.

    Peter Parker ends up being super bad ass after being Spidey for a while and Bruce is the classiest man alive period.

  8. Zap Branigan says:

    Funny list, I would have to say the punisher looks pretty awful to party with, as well as the king of the morose d-bags, Cyclops. Also any psycic woman, because we all know how that would turn out…

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  9. Debbie says:

    OMG I can’t believe the phoenix isn’t on this list. I would not invite her to my party! Because if you bump into her at the wrong time she will burn your house to the ground with her mind! Storm and Rogue are also big time No-no’s b/c STorm is “claustrophobic” and will unleash a tornado onto your house if she drinks too much and loses control of her emotions! and Rogue can give your guests a coma just by bumping into them while she is dancing! Also, beware of Catwoman! She is Fun, Charming, and sexy as hell (my all time favorite!!), but don’t be surprised when you can’t find that diamond gold ring your grandma gave to you on her death bed. And don’t be surprised when your guests can’t find their expensive trinkets either!!

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