From 'The Incredibles' to the Maximoffs, these are the best superhero groups that are truly family

From 'The Incredibles' to the Maximoffs, these are the best superhero groups that are truly family ...

Were living in the Golden Age of Superhero Films. In the years following the releases of the 2008 films Iron Man and The Incredible Hulk, weve seen some of the finest superhero content in decades. When The Avengers made its impact in 2012, people fell in love with how the superhero team overcome their battle and eventually formed strong bonds with one another, creating unique situations and drama that draw an audience.

The Parrs The Incredibles

The Incredibles is a film about Bob (Craig T. Nelson) and Helen (Holly Hunter) who decide to leave their crime-fighting past behind to raise their three children. However, Bob and Helen must then use each of their powers to fight a supervillain who threatens the future of all supers.

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

The mutant brothers became famous in 1984, and there are many comic books, television shows, and six feature films based on the franchise. Their diversified personalities, repartee, and arguments, which summarize their siblings' rage and rage, are what make them unique.

The Fantastic Four

Reed Richards and Sue Storm, along with Sue's younger brother, Johnny, and their companion Ben Grimm, are the first Marvel Silver Age characters to be named. They are also the first of their families to marry and become, of course, a family.

The Tennysons Ben 10

Ben 10 is a cartoon series that follows a youngster named Ben, who acquires the Omnitrix, a device that allows him to transform into ten different monsters. They both have a strong bond at the beginning, but Max acts as a mediator.

The Shazam Family

The Maximoffs WandaVision

The pivotal moment from The Incredibles inspired Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen), Billy, and Tommy to stand up for the S.W.O.R.D military in Multiverse of Madness. It's evident that Wanda's unconditional love for her children is greater than any battle.

The Strongholds Sky High

Will Stronghold (Michael Angarano) is the son of the most powerful, most respected heroes in the world, The Commander (Kurt Russell) and Jetstream (Kelly Preston). Though Will is born with his mother and father's flight and super strength abilities, his parents are supportive and supportive, and he wants him to succeed. But Jetstream convinces him that although they may not be the greatest family of superheroes, they can still be the greatest family the world has ever known.

The West-Allens The Flash

Barry Allen and his wife Iris West are visited by their two future children, Bart and Nora, who serve to make their dynamic more realistic. Together, they aim to end the speedster conflict and defeat Godspeed.

The Hargreeveses

The Umbrella Academy is a series of seven children created by Sir Reginald Hargreeves. Each child has a unique ability, with Number Five having the ability to time travel and Rumor having the ability to manipulate reality, for example. The siblings' interactions are complex, to say the least, as are the tension between Viktor and Luther, Diego and Klaus, and Allison and Luthersrelationship.