Who says it has to be a fictional superhero! Think outside the box and think of a real life superhero. Such as a philanthropist, or local fireman who saved s child or a teacher that had an impact on your life. That fact that you gave that something they didn't expect may make you stand out.
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This question is posed by employers with over-sized egos in an attempt to assess the ego of job candidates. It's no different than asking the religious affiliation of a candidate, except that it passes under the job discrimination radar. Jobs that ask for superheros or gurus usually expect more than can be delivered, and demand that employees bridge the gap with ego claims rather than honest insight about what can and cannot be accomplished.