Marvel Super Heroes may refer to:
- Marvel Super-Heroes (comics), several Marvel Comics publications
- Marvel Super Heroes (arcade game), a 1995 arcade videogame
- Marvel Super Heroes (role-playing game), a 1984 role-playing game
- Marvel Super Heroes Adventure Game, a 1998 role-playing game
- The Marvel Super Heroes, a 1960s animated television series
- Marvel Superheroes or The Mighty World of Marvel, a 1972 UK comics series
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Famous quotes containing the words heroes and/or marvel:
“On the whole, my respect for my fellow-men, except as one may outweigh a million, is not being increased these days.... Such do not know that like the seed is the fruit, and that, in the moral world, when good seed is planted, good fruit is inevitable, and does not depend on our watering and cultivating; that when you plant, or bury, a hero in his field, a crop of heroes is sure to spring up. This is a seed of such force and vitality, that it does not ask our leave to germinate.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“I marvel at the many ways we, as black people, bend but do not break in order to survive. This astonishes me, and what excites me I write about. Everyone of us is a wonder. Everyone of us has a story.”
—Kristin Hunter (b. 1931)