5. Iron Man
Iron Man is unarguably one of the suavest superheroes out there. Making his debut in 1968, Iron Man, this series ran for almost 30 years, coming to an end in 1996. A second series, taking place in a parallel universe, was soon introduced, and this ran for 13 issues; a third volume ran 89 issues, coming to an end in 2004. 2005 saw the fourth series, titled The Invincible Iron Man.
In 2008, Iron Man was released in theatres, with Robert Downey Jr. playing Tony Stark. He reprised his role in later film sequels and adaptations, such as Iron Man 2, Iron Man 3 The Avengers, and Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Exo Man, although in no way related to Iron Man, holds a striking similarity in the iron suit that he, like Iron Man, dons, and, in this manner, he is something of a precursor to Iron Man. You can see the similarities, of course.(source)
Iron Man 3(2013)
Thor made his first appearance in 1962 in Journey into Mystery #83 and appeared in several series and limited series.
Thor made his appearance in several animated television series – the first of which was released in 1966 – and later moved on to live action television film with the release of The Incredible Hulk Returns, with Eric Allan Kramer playing Thor.
In 2011, Chris Hemsworth played Thor in the movie by the same name, reprising his role for The Avengers, Avengers: Age of Ultron, The Dark World.(source)
The Incredible Hulk Returns (1988)
Thor: The Dark World (2013)
7. Captain America
Introduced in Timely Comics’ Captain America Comics #1 in 1941, Captain America was the first superhero to have featured in media other than comics, with the release of the 1944 movie serial, Captain America.
In 1979, he appeared in two live-action television movies – Captain America, and Captain America II: Death Too Soon – both of which featured Reb Brown in the lead role.
The 1990 Captain America movie was the first feature-length depiction of the superhero; Matt Salinger portrayed Captain America in the film.
Other movie depictions of Captain America include Captain America: The First Avenger, The Avengers, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and Avengers: The Age of Ultron, with Chris Evans as Captain America.(source)
Captain America (1944)
Catwoman was introduced by DC Comics in Batman #1, 1940, and stepped into the world of live-action television with the Batman series of 1966 through 1968, during which period she way portrayed by Julie Newmar, Lee Meriwether, and Eartha Kitt. She also made an appearance in the 2002 TV series, Birds of Prey, and later, Gotham.
The first film to feature Catwoman was Batman, released in 1966, which saw Lee Meriwether in the role. The 1992 film Batman Returns saw Michelle Pfeiffer in the role of Catwoman. 2004 saw the release of the movie Catwoman, starring Halle Berry. The most recent portrayal of Catwoman on screen was in The Dark Knight Rises (2012), wherein Anne Hathaway played Catwoman.(source)