10 Swoon-Worthy Comic Book Couples From Movies and TV

by | February 4, 2016 | Comments

As Deadpool makes its way into theaters and our hearts later this week, here are 10 of our favorite couples from comic books adapted for movies and TV.

  • MatthewMelange

    You guys must’ve been digging at the bottom of the barrel if Spiderman 2 and X men 3 are on the list.

    • Spurple

      Spider-Man 2 has a 93% on this site. I don’t think you know what bottom of the barrel means.

      • Ivana Cvetanovic

        Raimi’s Spider-Man movies had rather awful romantic plots and depiction of female characters in general.

      • MatthewMelange

        Please note they’re referring to the Amazing Spider-Man 2, not the Jesus one. The one so bad that it ended a franchise.

  • gigantor21

    Swoonworthy is NOT how I would describe Jessica and Luke’s relationship.

    • Ivana Cvetanovic

      “Swoonworthy” is not how I’d describe any relationship, since I’m over 13 years old.

      • gigantor21

        Good point, LOL.

  • Alexis

    I love Barry and Iris from the Flash. Thanks for including them


    I adore Barry and Iris from the Flash, definitely swoon-worthy.

  • Barry & Iris, Jessica & Luke & Lois & Clark are my super couples. <3

  • Aliah Berry

    Barry and Iris from The Flash are awesome!

  • Jessica

    Yayyyy for Oliver and Felicity. My favourite couples currently on TV (and lets be real, my favourite couple ever!). Can’t wait for Deadpool! 🙂

  • Tarra

    Grant and Candice are doing a great job portraying this iconic couple. Barry and Iris and all the future speedsters. Yes, I am a huge Westallen fan.

  • Samantha Coleman

    Barry/Iris and Clark/Lois are my all time favorite comic book couple.

  • Pinkk

    Hmmm. Can’t comment on Deadpool. Hawkgirl/Hawkman are interesting already to me. Spidey/Gwen were great chemistry! Jessica/Luke was more good chemistry. Wolvie/Fox needed a bit more in the movie imo, but was glad to see you didn’t go Wolvie/Jean. Barry/Iris are awesome together and need to be together! Loved Scott/Jean! Not keen on Oliver/Felicity but I can at least see why others like them together (Oliver/Sara I loved much more!). Spidey/MJ I thought could have been better in the movies, I just didn’t think it was all that. Lois/Clark were another great pair! Sooo…8 out of 10 (giving the benefit of the doubt for Deadpool).

  • Shame Piece

    Yes! Barry and Iris are the definition of a beautiful otp.
    I also really loved Luke and Jessica.

  • Yes for Oliver/Felicity! So glad to see them on this list. This also makes me miss Lois and Clark… they were a great couple…

  • What Other Girls?

    Yeess, love Barry & Iris !

  • jan redding

    Oliver and Felicity great together. I also like Barry and Iris.

  • Patricia

    Yay Oliver and Felicity. My favorite!

  • Madison2489

    Oliver and Felicity, Clark and Lois, Barry and Iris, Luke and Jessica, and my ultimate babies Scott and Jean. Fantastic list.

  • disqus_2nUPEPTNwi

    I still care for Jean and Scott but I adore Oliver and Felicity. Rogue and Gambit was also one I liked but then again Rogue with anyone is fine by me.

  • Vick

    Why is Oliver and Felicity on this list? It’s not a comic book couple

  • Florence

    So glad to see :Oliver and Felicity, Luke and Jessica !

  • Jesse

    Totally adore Oliver and Felicity. Barry and Iris are great too and I can’t wait to see those relationship develop more.

  • Jeff Friedlander

    Smallvilles clark kent and lana lang have more of an “awww” factor than anyone else on this list. thats a serious oversight.

    • Dante


  • anapaulajk

    Oliver and Felicity, Lois and Clark are my TOP couples!

  • Rolly Biboso

    Where’s Wolvie/Mariko?

  • Romi

    I love Lois and Superman!!! Iris and Barry are cute too!

  • Gabriel


  • Agent42318

    After seeing Deadpool, I have to say yeah. Deadpool/Wade Wilson and Vanessa have arguably the best relationship in superheros in a movie or TV show. Kind of ironic.

  • ash429

    Currently love Oliver/Felicity & Barry/Iris. Luke/Jessica are very good together too, and who doesn’t like Lois & Clark?

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