List of Russian superheroes

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This is a list of superheroes from Western comics that hail from Russia or the former Soviet Union.

BUBBLE Comics[edit]

BUBBLE Comics is the largest Russian comic book publisher which monthly produces original non-franchised comic books.

  • Danila the Demonslayer (Данила-бесобой), is a grim avenger who exterminates demons with the power of living tattoos, made from Satan's blood.
  • Major Grom (Майор Гром), real name is Igor Grom — is a skilled detective from St. Petersburg, known for his daring nature and uncompromising attitude towards the criminals of all kinds.
  • Friar (Инок), Friar aka Andrey Radov is an heir to the ancient generation and the owner of a powerful artifact – a cross inlaid with Power Gems.
  • Red Fury (Красная Фурия), is the best thief in the world, recruited by agent Delta from International Control Agency.
  • Meteora (Метеора), is a nickname of a legendary space smuggler Alena Kuznetsova.
  • Lilia Romanova (Лилия Романова), is an ordinary Moscow teenager who unveils the secrets of the mysterious bookwizard order whose members have been trying to hold the balance between book worlds and our reality.

DC Comics[edit]

  • Anatole (Former member of Red Trinity, ally of The Flash runs Kapitalist Kouriers in the US)[1]
  • Bebeck (Former member of Red Trinity, ally of The Flash, employee of Kapitalist Kouriers)
  • Bolshoi (Martial artist and dancer, Former member of the People's Heroes)
  • Cassiopea (Former member of Red Trinity, ally of The Flash, employee of Kapitalist Kouriers)
  • Cossack (One of the Batmen of Many Nations from Kingdom Come)
  • Creote (An ally of the Birds of Prey)
  • Fireball (Sonya Chuikov, member of the Young Allies)
  • Firebird (Serafina Arkadina, telepath and leader of Soyuz, a group of teen heroes, niece of Pozhar)[2]
  • Fusion (Three men known only as One, Two and Three could combine their bodies into a single superior form, from The Outsiders vol. 1 #23-24)
  • Hammer (Super strong metahuman, member of the People's Heroes, husband of Sickle)[3]
  • Molotov (Explosives expert and explosive metahuman, member of the People's Heroes)
  • Morozko (Igor Medviedenko, cryokinetic member of Soyuz)
  • Perun (lya Trepilov, electrokinetic member of Soyuz)
  • Pozhar (Russian hero who was once bonded to Firestorm, former Rocket Red recruited by the Red Shadows)[4]
  • Pravda (telepathic member of the Peoples Heroes)
  • Proletariat (Boris Mikhail Dhomov, soviet supersoldier created during World War II. Flash vol.2 #51)[5]
  • Red Star (Leonid Konstantinovitch Kovar, former member and current ally of the Teen Titans)[6]
  • Red Son Superman a Russian Superman raised as a Stalinist
  • Rocket Red Brigade (protect the Russian Federation)
  • Rusalka (Mashenka Medviedenko, hydrokinetic member of Soyuz)
  • Anya Savenlovich (former Green Lantern)
  • Sickle (Super strong metahuman, member of the People's Heroes wife of Hammer)
  • Snow Owl (Former KGB operative who joined the Hellenders, able to generate intense cold)
  • Stalnoivolk (Super strength, damage reduction, leaping, Member of the Red Shadows)
  • Tundra (Member of the Global Guardians)
  • Valentina Vostok (Formerly Negative Woman of the Doom Patrol)
  • Vikhor (Feodor Piotrovich Sorin, member of Soyuz. Vikhor can spin about while reducing his specific gravity. Thus he can create a whirlwind and float in the center of it.)

Wildstorm (ABC/Homage)[edit]

Marvel Comics[edit]


New Universe[edit]

Other publishers[edit]

Fleetway / Rebellion[edit]


  • Tanya (A member of War Nurse's Girl Commandos)[17]


  • Animus Prime (Bar Sinister)[18]
  • Maya Antares (sorceress from world of the Red Star)[19]
  • Red Rush (short-lived Flash analogue in the pages of Invincible)

Love and Rockets[edit]

  • Comrade 7 (A heroine with a fan club)[20]


  • Mother Russia (UNForce)

Mercury Comics

  • Atomika Russian atomic superman

Public Domain[edit]

  • Octobriana (from the comic "Octobriana and the Russian Underground")
  • Gritsko Sraka (from the comic "The last Molfar")

Film and television[edit]

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