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15 INTJ Superheroes You Need To Know About

We, the Comic Book readers, always dream of becoming superheroes, but that’s not gonna happen very soon. One thing we find in common is that our personalities may relate to them. The Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) can help us define our favorite superheros’ personalities. The MBTI gives us a system of sixteen distinct personality types. 

Today, we will focus on the INTJ personality type, which is a very unique one. INTJ indicates introverted, intuitive, thinking, and judging, and most INTJ characters are excellent strategists or planners. We should call them genius in their fields.

In the comics, most of the INTJ personality types are villains, but we have picked 15 superheroes of INTJ personality types, and their roles in the comics are more than vital.

#15 Salaak

#15 Salaak - INTJ Superheroes

Publisher: DC comics
INTJ Personality Breakdown:

Salaak represents a Green Lantern from Space Sector 1418. As he is a loner, his approach toward life is very pessimistic. He played a vital role in the Green Lantern Corps as he was assigned multi-tasks. Salaak measures things in a very calculative manner, which reflects his INTJ personality. 

His current role is very similar to his personality as he is tasked to keep his eyes on the other Lanterns’ activities and is also a master strategist. Recently, Guardians have made Salaak the Keeper of the Book of Oa.

#14 Billy Butcher

#14 Billy Butcher - INTJ Superheroes

Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment
INTJ Personality Breakdown:

Billy Butcher is one of our controversial picks, as it is hard to tell whether he is a superhero or not. Billy was the leader of The Boys, who stood up against the toxic superhero culture. Billy’s diabolical methods and his sole desire to kill all the superheroes in the universe no matter what show his INTJ personality. Butcher from the comics is very different than the show, and he doesn’t hesitate to sacrifice his teammates for his mission’s success.

Billy may be an anti-hero in Boys Comics, but his personality is not very different than the series’ main villain, Homelander.

#13 John Constantine

#13 John Constantine - INTJ Superheroes

Publisher: DC Comics
INTJ Personality Breakdown:

John Constantine from the comics comes from the ENTP personality type. Despite representing another personality type, John shows the attributes of an INTJ personality.

As a detective and an exorcist, he is very cunning, and his daily dealings with the demons have turned him into ruthless. Constantine does not fear taking risks, but he has an emotional side. As a result, he sometimes values emotion more than reasoning. 

Matt Ryan’s Constantine from the NBC show holds the INTJ personality, and his personality trait is very similar to Batman, who is also an INTJ.

#12 Robot

#12 Robot - INTJ Superheroes

Publisher: Invincible Comics
INTJ Personality Breakdown:

Robot is one of the prominent INTJ superheroes from the Invincible comics and is a very introverted but self-sufficient superhero. Rudy is like Tony Stark of the Invincibles and shines in many moments. In the first season of the show, he cloned himself by using Rex Splode’s DNA, created and operated an army of drones, and created a samurai-looking armor for himself. 

The Robot is less talkative, as he only talks when it is necessary and spends most of his time working on his ideas.

#11 Raven

#11 Raven - INTJ Superheroes

Publisher: DC Comics
INTJ Personality Breakdown:

Raven is an INTJ by choice, as her superpowers require such a personality. One of her magical abilities allows Raven to heal the emotional wounds of others by absorbing those into herself. Raven was raised in Azarath, which is an alternate dimension. Goddess Azar taught her to control her emotions to prevent Trigon from taking control of her body. After Azar’s death, the daughter of Trigon started living on Earth.

Raven is one of the longest-serving members of the Teen Titans, and her teammates have embraced the INTJ personality. Her personality did not stand in her way of getting romantically involved with her Titans.

#10 Red Arrow

#10 Red Arrow - INTJ Superheroes

Publisher: DC Comics
INTJ Personality Breakdown:

Red Arrow is one of the outspoken INTJ superheroes and is not on amicable terms with the other members of the Young Justice.

Red Arrow is very arrogant in nature and always demands respect from his fellow members. Roy is far more serious than his mentor, Green Arrow, and is intolerant of juvenile acts. He is not only short-tempered but also hated being called a sidekick of Green Arrow. Red Arrow had all the negative attributes of an INTJ personality, but he changed a lot after discovering his true origin and purpose.

#9 Ozymandias

#9 Ozymandias - INTJ Superheroes

Publisher: DC Comics
INTJ Personality Breakdown:

Ozymandias, aka Adrian Veidt, is another Watchmen member with an INTJ personality type. He is very complex, and it is difficult to understand his motifs. His master plan was to unite the world’s superpowers and ensure world peace. This is no simple feat to achieve, and he did it meticulously. 

Despite having a strong sense of morality, he is a highly goal-driven person and shows some extremist traits as he is willing to kill millions for the greater good. Ozymandias is considered the smartest man alive in the Watchmen Universe and is one of the perfect examples of an INTJ personality.

#8 Metron

#8 Metron - INTJ Superheroes

Publisher: DC Comics
INTJ Personality Breakdown:

One of the oldest New Gods, Metron possesses an INTJ personality, and Jack Kirby’s version of Metron always kept himself away from any conflict between New Gods.

Metron always focuses on expanding his knowledge about the universe and is not bothered by the warring conflict between New Genesis and Apokolips. 

His INTJ personality has an attribute of impartiality, which has helped him a lot, as he is accepted on both planets of the New Gods. The New-52 version of him has changed a lot of aspects of his personality, but his INTJ personality has remained constant.

#7 Doctor Fate

#7 Doctor Fate - INTJ Superheroes

Publisher: DC Comics
INTJ Personality Breakdown:

Despite being very similar to Doctor Strange, Doctor Fate’s role in the DC Universe is more complex. He has more responsibilities than Strange and is more powerful than the latter.

DC’s Sorcerer Supreme has a massive amount of knowledge and uses it to guide other superheroes when they face any unknown threat from the magical world. Fate’s strength comes from the golden helmet of Nabu. The helmet has not only access to the knowledge of the previous Sorcerers but also requires a host with a careful and considerate personality, as it demands tremendous responsibility.

There were many versions of Doctor Fate in the Comics, but the most successful one was Kent Nelson, whose INTJ personality is suitable for this role.

#6 Icon

#6 Icon - INTJ Superheroes

Publisher: DC Comics
INTJ Personality Breakdown:

Icon is Milestone Comics’ version of Superman, and he also landed on Earth from a planet named Terminia. But he is different than Man of Steel, and his personality is more mature. Arnus crash-landed on Earth in 1839, and unlike Superman, he experienced slavery for his black complexion and became a part of the Harlem Renaissance. 

The Icon has become a part of DC Comics, but he is lesser-known, as he prefers to work in the shadows. But he helps other superheroes with his intellect, power, and technology when Earth is in need. His working style clearly shows that he is an INTJ personality type.

#5 Daredevil

#5 Daredevil - INTJ Superheroes

Publisher: Marvel Comics
INTJ Personality Breakdown:

The fifth on our list is The Man Without Fear, Daredevil. Matt Murdock may be a blind person, but his predictability of any situation is on a different level. 

Matt was the first person to predict the longtime ill-effects of Fisk as New York City’s mayor. His sense of judgment is also superior to many other Marvel superheroes, as he is a professional lawyer. His strategies even outsmarted enemies, who were more powerful than him in the comics.

As Daredevil focuses more on his goal to bring justice to society than on his feelings for his beloved Elektra, he is a superhero with an INTJ personality. 

#4 Dr. Manhattan

#4 Dr. Manhattan - INTJ Superheroes

Publisher: DC Comics
INTJ Personality Breakdown:

Dr. Manhattan is the most powerful being in the Watchmen universe and is also an INTJ personality type. Jon Osterman was a lab technician but transformed into a god-like superhuman with high intelligence. After becoming Dr. Manhattan, he became emotionally distant from humans and did not find any attachments to other people. 

This superhero has no idea of justice or crime or good or bad but is the only superhero with superpowers in the Watchmen universe.

#3 Black Panther

#3 Black Panther - INTJ Superheroes

Publisher: Marvel Comics
INTJ Personality Breakdown:

T’Challa has a big responsibility as he runs a technologically advanced country secretly hidden behind the jungles of Africa. T’Challa became the first king who opened his country to the world. He is the current Black Panther and has a calm and cool personality. But to run the most secretive and powerful nation on Earth, T’Challa’s INTJ personality helps him greatly as he lacks time to overthink and takes logical decisions rather than listen to his heart. His decision to end his relationship with Storm and banish her from Wakanda proves that.

#2 Doctor Strange

#2 Doctor Strange - INTJ Superheroes

Publisher: Marvel Comics
INTJ Personality Breakdown:

Stephen Strange is always an arrogant surgeon and spends most of his time alone in the Sanctum Sanctorum as he battles forth-coming mystic threats.

Despite being an Avenger, his only close friend is Wong, and they do not prefer other heroes visiting the Sanctum. Strange is also very analytical and does not prefer emotion over logic, as he refused to give the Time Stone to Thanos for no reason. 

In Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, we saw different variants of Doctor Strange across the multiverse, and the most common among them was a great hero with an analytical mind full of arrogance.

#1 Batman

#1 Batman - INTJ Superheroes

Publisher: DC Comics
INTJ Personality Breakdown:

We cannot deny that Bruce Wayne, World’s First Detective in DC Comics, is the prime example of INTJ Superheroes. There are several storylines on his INTJ personality, and fans love those.

From his early childhood, he was raised without his parents. Bruce sees things logically and practically as he lacks parental love in his life. Batman is one of the most intelligent superheroes, and he has measures to neutralize the other members of the Justice League if they ever become a threat. 

The Dark Knight always strategizes the way out whenever Justice League faces trouble. Batsy also sometimes chooses logic over his heart, and his genius-level intellect always helps him reach a successful outcome.

Honorable Mentions

  • Orion (DC comics)
  • Magneto (Marvel comics)
  • Doctor Doom (Marvel comics)
  • Spiderman 2099 (Marvel comics)
  • Doctor Octopus (Marvel comics)
  • Lex Luthor (DC comics)
  • Hank Pym (Marvel comics)Hank Pym
  • Thanos (Marvel comics)
  • Lizard (Marvel comics)


Are INTJ Villains?

In the history of Comics and Popular Culture, most of the biggest and worst villains have INTJ personalities. Still, many prominent superheroes like Batman, Doctor Strange, Black Panther, and others are superheroes.

Can INTJs Be Heroes?

We have already discussed the 15 most prominent superheroes with INTJ personality; Batman, Doctor Strange, Black Panther, and Doctor Fate are the biggest names on it.

What Avenger Is INTJ?

Black Panther and Doctor Strange are two members of the Avengers who fall under INTJ personalities.

Are Any Marvel Characters INTJ?

Many characters from the Marvel Comics have INTJ personalities, but Doctor Doom and Magneto are the biggest examples of Marvel’s INTJ characters.

Is Thanos an INTJ?

Thanos is obviously an INTJ character in the Marvel Universe, as he looked at the bigger picture on his quest to collect Infinity Stones.

Is Loki INTJ or INFJ?

Loki is a troubled supervillain and has an INFJ personality type.

Is Doctor Strange an INTJ?

Yes, Doctor Strange is an INTJ superhero, and we have already discussed him.

Is Maleficent an INTJ?

There is no doubt about Maleficent being an INTJ personality type. But a lot of people think that she is an INFJ.

What MBTI Is Peter Parker?

Peter Parker’s MBTI is ENFP in the comics and the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Is Vision an INTJ?

Vision is a synthetic android, but he belongs to the ISTJ personality group.

In most fictional works, INTJs are represented as evil masterminds with a genius-level intellect. It also depicted that they’re evil for the sake of being evil, but that stereotype is now broken. 

We have discussed heroes from the INTJ personality group from DC to Marvel and a few superheroes outside Marvel and DC. We hope you have enjoyed our content thoroughly.

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