Oklahoma is in a state of emergency due to a pandemic, but the state has been left with an array of superheroes, many of whom are black and Hispanic.
Here are five heroes to know, and watch out for.
The Black Widow When Tony Stark was a kid, he and his family lived in a house with a secret, but also very famous neighbor, the Black Widow.
The Widow would have been Tony’s best friend, the kind of friend he had known for decades.
Her secret identity was revealed in the comic book series Marvel’s The Avengers, which took place during the 1960s.
As the title suggests, the series featured Tony and a few other characters living in a secret world of super-powered criminals and super-villains.
The story was inspired by the Marvel comic series of the same name.
The Falcon The Falcon is one of the most iconic and iconic superheroes of all time.
He is the hero who saves the world, but he’s also one of its most popular characters, having appeared in nearly all of the superhero films and TV shows.
The movie that introduced him was The Avengers: Age of Ultron, which came out in 2014.
The Thing In a world overrun with mutants, the Thing is a hero who can transform himself into a creature that has the ability to move through any material, such as a rock, a window, or even a human.
The character is an inspiration for many comic book characters, including Iron Man, who had to transform into a machine in the film The Avengers.
The Scarlet Witch Scarlet Witch is a character who can turn people into monstrous versions of themselves.
She’s one of Marvel’s most popular and well-known characters, and was featured in many Marvel comics and TV series.
In her TV show The Defenders, she was played by Cara Delevingne, who has since become a big part of the Netflix series.
The Hulk The Hulk is one the most famous and popular superheroes of the world.
He’s the Hulk, and his alter ego the Hulkbuster is one that people have always loved to hate.
The characters that he fights have inspired countless movies, comics, and TV programs, and it’s easy to see why.
The Incredible Hulk is a prime example of this, as his alter-egos often turn out to be terrible.
But Hulkbuster and The Hulkbuster, as they are affectionately called, are both extremely powerful and extremely dangerous.
They can turn any object into an explosive object, and they can even kill people.
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The Flash The Flash is one half of the super-hero team The Flash.
In the comics, he is a former police officer and police officer turned vigilante.
In The Flash: The Animated Series, he was played the role of The Flash, and is a part of Team Flash.
He was also featured in several episodes of the show.
2) The Punisher In the 1940s, when the US was facing the Soviet Union, a former U.S. Marine named Frank Castle became a vigilante, but was also a member of the military.
After he was shot by a former rival, he became The Punishers, a super-criminal organization that has been terrorizing cities across America ever since.
The Punchers are one of Batman’s most iconic villains, as their members have been featured in the Batman comics.
3) Captain America The Captain America series is one in which Steve Rogers is a superhero.
In Captain America: The First Avenger, Steve Rogers, aka the Winter Soldier, is a member the team that fought the Nazi invasion of America.
He has also fought alongside his brother in the comics and has been featured as an ally in the upcoming Captain America film, The Winter Soldier 2.
4) Captain Marvel Captain Marvel is one one of DC’s biggest characters, with her main role being to protect the world against alien threats.
She first appeared in the Marvel Comics, where she was a member in the X-Men, and later in the Justice League of America series.
She has also been a mainstay of the Avengers team since its inception, appearing in Captain America and the Avengers movies, and has had a solo comic book book series.
The only person to ever hold the title of Captain Marvel, however, is Iron Man.
5) Thor The Asgardian god of thunder, Thor, has a lot of fans.
His most famous role is the Norse god of lightning, Odin, who appeared in The Avengers and The Mighty Thor.
His second most famous appearance is in Thor: Ragnarok, which is coming to theaters on May 3.