20 Superhero Baby Names for Boys

Kids Love Superheroes

Superheroes inspire us and make us feel a bit superhuman ourselves, believing in ourselves and making the most of our skills and abilities. Of course, choosing one of the superhero baby names on the list below will not make your baby fly, throw fire or transform into a giant green creature. Still, it will give them a sense of awesomeness in their lives! With so many superhero movies going out lately and the increasing popularity of superheroes like Batman, Ironman, or any other gifted guy from the Avengers, these superhero baby names for boys are inspired by the birth names given to our favorite heroes when they were still like any other human being before they discovered their superpowers and changed their lives forever.20 Superhero Baby Names For Boys

The Best Baby Names Inspired by Comic Book Characters

  • Allen: The Flash is the alter ego of Barry Allen. Allen is a name of english origin, meaning “little rock.”
  • Barry:this baby name goes to true speed lovers or if you aspire to see your son driving one day a Ferrar Formula 1. The fastest man alive, The Flash, was Barry Allen.
  • Britt: does anyone know why green is so popular color among superheroes? Look at Hulk, Green Lantern, and Green Hornet (the name is Britt Reid); don’t they have any other color to pick from? Or is it something super with this color, and we don’t know it?
  • Bruce: after the late Batman trilogy, Bruce Wayne, the humanitarian billionaire, made the name Bruce more popular than ever!
  • Clark: Superman is the alter ego of Clark Kent. Clark is name of English origin; name means “clerk.”
  • Clint: Hawkeye is the alter ego of Clint Barton. Clint is a name of Anglo-Saxon origin, meaning “town on a hill.”
  • Dick: Robin, Batman’s friend, was Dick Grayson in real life.
  • Don: go on, be brave, choose a European baby name inspired by the man with the mask who rides his black horse and protects the poor Spanish people, Don Diego de la Vega, better known as Zorro!
  • Hal: taken from the Green Lantern, the hero’s birth name was Hal Jordan.
  • Kal-El: The Man of Steel is on theatres these days, and everyone knows that we are talking about Superman here. But did you know that Superman’s birth name is not really ClarkKent, but Kal-El. Another baby names trivia is that Nicolas Cage has named his son Kal-El inspired by the fictional character that saves Earth daily!

20 Superhero Baby Names For Boys

  • Kit: remember Phantom, the superhero who was invisible? His birth name was Kit Walker Jr.
  • Logan: a true anti-hero, Wolverine, is a tough, macho guy who had a rough time but can heal himself from the woods, a wonderful metaphoric image for your baby boy. Logan Howlett was Wolverine’s birth name before being kidnapped and becoming a test subject. Eventually, he became one of our favorite mutants from Marvel’s X-Men.
  • Matt: Daredevil is the alter ego of Matt Murdock. Matt is a name of Hebrew origin, meaning “gift of God.”
  • Peter: he was bitten by a spider and turned into Spiderman; Peter Parker changed his life from a nerd to a kick-ass superhero!
  • Reed: would you like to see your son be Mr. Fantastic? Even though he might not have superpowers, it might give him a super line when he makes new friends and introduces himself as Reed Richards, also known as (aka) Mr. Fantastic.
  • Robert: Hulk is the alter ego of Robert Bruce Banner. Robert is a name of English origin; meaning “bright fame”.
  • Steve: OK, naming your son Captain might be a bit over the top, so how about Steve Rogers, the first name of Captain America?
  • Tandy: Dagger is the alter ego of Tandy Bowen. Tandy is a name of Greek origin, meaning “immortality.”
  • Tony: last but not least, Ironman, the ultra-popular and famous superhero from Marvel’s comic books and lately a blockbuster movie franchise that made millions and got the no.1 spot at the box office for many weeks. Tony Stark was the name, in case you forgot!
  • Wayne: English origin; name means “wagon driver.” Batman is the alter ego of Bruce Wayne.


40 Superhero Names for Your Super Boy

CaptainMeaning: “Commander.” (English origin).
OnyxMeaning: “Precious gemstone.” (Latin origin).
DashMeaning: “Diminutive of Dashiell.” (English origin).
JonMeaning: “God is gracious.” (English origin).
ClarkMeaning: “Cleric.” (English origin).
OdinMeaning: “Frenzy.” (Scandinavian origin).
KentMeaning: “Edge.” (English origin).
BlazeMeaning: “Stutter.” (Latin origin).
ParkerMeaning: “Keeper of the park.” (English origin).
ExodusMeaning: “Exit of Large Group.” (Greek origin).
Kal-elMeaning: “Invented name.” (American origin).
WolfMeaning: “Wolf.” (German origin).
LexMeaning: “Man’s defender, warrior.” (Greek origin).
AtlasMeaning: “Enduring.” (Greek origin).
KnightMeaning: “Knight’s meadow.” (English origin).


WayneMeaning: “Wagon builder or driver.” (English origin).
QuillMeaning: “Plume or feather.” (English origin).
KittMeaning: “Bearing Christ.” (Greek origin).
FalconMeaning: “Bird of prey.” (Latin origin).
FlashMeaning: “Bright Light.” (American origin).
LeonardoMeaning: “Brave lion.” (Italian origin).
NickMeaning: “A diminutive form of Nicholas..” (Japanese origin).
GarthMeaning: “Keeper of the garden.” (Scandinavian origin).
PeterMeaning: “Stone.” (Greek origin).
RobinMeaning: “A variant form of Robert..” (English origin).
DarwinMeaning: “Dear friend.” (English origin).
NovaMeaning: “New.” (Latin origin).
JackMeaning: “God is gracious.” (English origin).
IndigoMeaning: “Blue-purple color.” (English origin).
ArrowMeaning: “Hunting tool.” (English origin).
OrionMeaning: “Boundary.” (Greek origin).
BruceMeaning: “”The man from the brushwood,” ultimately from the Latin bruscia, brush wood..” (Ancient origin).
ConstantineMeaning: “Constant, steadfast.” (Latin origin).
BearMeaning: “Strong, brave bear.” (German origin).
RaphaelMeaning: “Healing God.” (Hebrew origin).
BannerMeaning: “Flag; ensign bearer.” (French origin).
TitanMeaning: “Defender.” (Greek origin).
JonahMeaning: “Dove.” (Hebrew origin).
BladeMeaning: “Knife, sword.” (English origin).
DonatelloMeaning: “Given; gift from God.” (Spanish origin).
ThorMeaning: “Thunder.” (Scandinavian origin).


More Names for Boys