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  • Supergirl on Random sort Each Justice League Member Into Hogwarts Hous

    (#6) Supergirl

    • Supergirl, Movie 43, DC Universe

    Placing Kara Zor-El in the same house as her more famous Kryptonian cousin is tempting, but Supergirl actually belongs in Hufflepuff. The fact that she’s so willing to stay in Superman’s shadow, despite her considerable abilities, demonstrates the Hufflepuff values of dedication, patience, and loyalty.

    If anyone is more honest and kind than Superman, it’s Supergirl, and her treatment of others would make any Hufflepuff proud. The fact that it took Kara so long to become a prominent character proves she’s grounded and unlikely to put herself in the spotlight, both of which are Hufflepuff traits.

  • Martian Manhunter on Random sort Each Justice League Member Into Hogwarts Hous

    (#5) Martian Manhunter

    • Justice League Unlimited, Young Justice, Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, Justice League: Doom

    Ravenclaws are often characterized as being so obsessed with knowledge and intelligence that they lose touch with their humanity, so it makes sense that a non-human character would end up in the house.

    Martian Manhunter values logic and understanding above all, something that the Ravenclaw house definitely appreciates. J’onn J’onzz possesses a genius-level intellect and photographic memory, so he would easily obtain the high grades that Ravenclaw expects, and then some. Not to mention he'd probably be decent at Quidditch.

  • Batman on Random sort Each Justice League Member Into Hogwarts Hous

    (#3) Batman

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    Some fans may scoff at the idea of Batman, the most popular superhero in the world, joining the same house as Lord Voldemort and Draco Malfoy, but Harry Potter readers will be the first to point out that not all Slytherins are evil.

    Slytherins value cunning and resourcefulness more than anything, and given that Batman is known for being prepared for any situation, he would definitely receive high marks. The Dark Knight has also been known to cross ethical lines in the name of practicality, something that many Slytherins would likely encourage.

    In yet another parallel, Bruce Wayne built a Batcave under his mansion, and Salazar Slytherin built the Chamber of Secrets beneath Hogwarts.

  • Flash on Random sort Each Justice League Member Into Hogwarts Hous

    (#2) Flash

    • Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, Daddy Day Care, DC Universe

    Barry Allen's overall do-good nature may lead some to sort him into Gryffindor, but Hufflepuff is where he truly belongs. Hufflepuffs are generally upstanding citizens who value fair play and patience, and the Flash is likely the superhero who treats his opponents with the most care and empathy.

    He seems to truly believe that anyone can be rehabilitated, a distinctly Hufflepuff line of thinking. Hufflepuffs place a high degree of importance on hard work and, given the amount of calories he burns while using his powers, the Flash is arguably the hardest-working Justice League member.

  • Superman on Random sort Each Justice League Member Into Hogwarts Hous

    (#7) Superman

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    Members of Gryffindor are meant to be extraordinarily chivalrous, and Superman is often referred to as “the big blue Boy Scout” - clearly, the two are practically made for one another. Few fictional characters are more heroic than Superman, so who better to represent the same house as Albus Dumbledore, Neville Longbottom, and Harry Potter himself?

    Gryffindors are meant to exemplify bravery, and Superman invariably and regularly puts his life on the line to protect his adopted planet.

  • Wonder Woman on Random sort Each Justice League Member Into Hogwarts Hous

    (#1) Wonder Woman

    • Justice League Unlimited, Wonder Woman, Batman vs. Superman, Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, Justice League: Doom, Wonder Woman, Secret Origin: The Story of DC Comics, Movie 43, Wonder Woman, Justice League: New Frontier, DC Universe

    Wonder Woman was raised from a young age to represent the best qualities of humanity, which makes her a natural Gryffindor candidate. Although “chivalrous” might not be the most obvious term to describe Wonder Woman’s personality, she is an exceptionally kind individual who has dedicated her life to aiding those in need.

    Wonder Woman - as a true hero and feminist icon - has demonstrated ample daring and nerve throughout her superhero career. However, despite her virtues, Diana of Themyscira loves an occasional scrap, like many Gryffindors.

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Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, from J. K. J. K. Rowling’s fantasy novel, Harry Potter, appeared in the fantastic beasts and where to find them films series. The exact location of the school, which is located in the English-Scottish gothic style of Hogwarts Castle, can not be determined because it can not be marked. Similarly, the location of most magic schools is kept secret, to ensure that their secrets are kept from outsiders and to protect the students and the school itself from outsiders. Magical children are registered at birth and receive Accepted from owls at the age of 11.

This randomly generated tool collates 11 items from 11 marvel characters with superpowers according to their different personality traits and characters, as well as the level of superpowers they possess, they were randomly assigned to different Hogwarts. Isn’t that a funny thing?

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