dynaman: Dr. fate. captain: Dr. doom. Dynaman: Dr. mid-nite. captain: Dr. strange. dynaman: Dr. octopus! Captain: Mmm.....dr. seuss. dynaman: Dr. seuss wasn't a superhero. Captain: hey, anyone who can get me to read is a superhero....
Dr. Watson is on the phone ;-)
Dr. Who?Or should that be whom?
Dr. X (from old wrestling days)
Hey, anyone who can get me to eat green eggs and ham has got to be a superhero.
Wait – are evildoers with powers considered superheroes?
Dr. Livingston, I presume?
Dr. Negato- Oh, wait…
Dr. Seuss was a pain in the butt to work with. I was involved with designing some educational software with a Seuss license, and he made all kinds of impossible demands and didn’t know the first thing about working with other creative people. Couldn’t explain his ideas at all. We ended up cancelling the project.
Calling Dr. Howard, Dr. Fine, Dr. Howard.http://www.hark.com/clips/crjqtcklhb-calling-dr-howard-dr-fine-dr-howard
Dr. Ox? Dr. Otto?
Dr. Doom is the one villain I can think of who could support his own movie (maybe even a franchise). In addition to being formidable and not-inappropriate for basically any of the heroes in the Marvel Universe (he does magic a la Dr. Strange, he does science/tech a la Iron Man, he does science/fantasy a la the Fantastic Four), they gave him what’s basically a superhero’s origin story (albeit one that somehow went horribly wrong).
They (Marvel) messed it up when they tied his origin to the same Cosmic Ray accident that spawned the FF in their movie, but that one’s best forgotten for a number of reasons. And since they haven’t officially tied the FF into the intertwining continuity of the recent pre-Avengers movies, they can always reboot.
Doctor Thirteen. Yes, there is a Dr 13 in comics and not just the one on House, M.D.
Dr Mc Coy….“I’m a doctor, not a superhero!”