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Rocket Raccoon
37.0" (3’1”) | .95 m
Rocket Raccoon
Black Widow
65.0" (5’5”) | 1.64 m
Black Widow
Spider-Man
67.0" (5'7") | 1.70 m
Spider-Man
Captain Marvel
67.0" (5’7”) | 1.70 m
Captain Marvel
Hawkeye
68.0" (5’8”) | 1.73 m
Hawkeye
Iron Man
73.0" (6’1”) | 1.85 m
Iron Man
Captain America
73.0" (6’1”) | 1.85 m
Captain America
Star-Lord
74.0" (6’2”) | 1.88 m
Star-Lord
Nick Fury
74.0" (6’2”) | 1.88 m
Nick Fury
Thor
75.0" (6’3”) | 1.91 m
Thor
Hulk
98.0” (8'2") | 2.5 m
Hulk

Superheroes

Rocket Raccoon
37.0" (3’1”) | .95 m
Black Widow
65.0" (5’5”) | 1.64 m
Spider-Man
67.0" (5'7") | 1.70 m
Captain Marvel
67.0" (5’7”) | 1.70 m
Hawkeye
68.0" (5’8”) | 1.73 m
Black Panther
72.0" (6’) | 1.83 m
Iron Man
73.0" (6’1”) | 1.85 m
Captain America
73.0" (6’1”) | 1.85 m
Star-Lord
74.0" (6’2”) | 1.88 m
Nick Fury
74.0" (6’2”) | 1.88 m
Thor
75.0" (6’3”) | 1.91 m
Hulk
98.0” (8'2") | 2.5 m

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Star-Lord
Multiple drawings with height measured of Star-Lord standing and firing his blasters

Star-Lord, real name Peter Quill, is an interplanetary superhero, starship pilot, and galactic protector that appears in Marvel Comics. Often the leader of the superhero team Guardians of the Galaxy, Star-Lord is a master strategist and close-quarter combat specialist that often uses jet boots for flight, a helmet for space travel, and a pair of Element Gun pistols. Star-Lord was introduced by Marvel in Marvel Preview #4 in January, 1976.

Star-Lord has a height of 6’2” (1.88 m) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and also 6’2” (1.88 m) in the comics.

Illustrations of Star-Lord standing and running with blasters
Star-Lord, real name Peter Quill, is an interplanetary superhero, starship pilot, and galactic protector that appears in Marvel Comics. Often the leader of the superhero team Guardians of the Galaxy, Star-Lord is a master strategist and close-quarter combat specialist.

Star-Lord has a height of 6’2” (1.88 m) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and also 6’2” (1.88 m) in the comics.

Illustrations of Star-Lord standing and running with blasters
Thor
Pair of dimensioned drawings of Thor standing and walking

Thor, real name Thor Odinson, is the Asgardian god of thunder who wields the magical hammer, Mjolnir, in Marvel Comics. A founding member of the superhero team the Avengers, Thor possesses Asgardian traits of long-life and superhuman strength, speed and durability. Using Mjolnir, Thor gains the ability to fly, manipulate the weather, and can channel the power of electricity into the hammer. Thor was introduced by Marvel in Journey into Mystery #83 in August, 1962.

Thor has a height of 6’3” (1.91 m) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and 6’6” (1.98 m) in the comics.

Multiple illustrations of Thor engaged in battle with standing and flying poses
Thor, real name Thor Odinson, is the Asgardian god of thunder who wields a magical hammer in Marvel Comics. A founding member of the Avengers, Thor has superhuman longevity, strength, speed and durability and is able to fly with the assistance of his hammer, Mjolnir.

Thor has a height of 6’3” (1.91 m) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and 6’6” (1.98 m) in the comics.

Multiple illustrations of Thor engaged in battle with standing and flying poses
Hulk
Dimensioned drawings of Hulk standing casually and flexing

The Hulk, real name Bruce Banner, is a transformed green-skinned muscular superhero that appears in Marvel Comics. Created by accidental exposure to experimental gamma radiation, the Hulk is in constant conflict between being an uncontrollably strong superhuman and the intelligent and weak alter ego of Bruce Banner. Often teaming with the Avengers, the Hulk is nearly invulnerable and has superhuman strength, stamina, and anger. The Hulk was introduced by Marvel in Incredible Hulk #1 in May, 1962.

The Hulk has a height of 8’2” (2.5 m) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and 7’-8’ (2.13-2.44 m) in the comics.

Pair of illustrations of Hulk leaping in front and side elevation views
The Hulk, real name Bruce Banner, is a transformed green-skinned muscular superhero that appears in Marvel Comics. Created by accidental exposure to experimental gamma radiation, the Hulk is in constant conflict between being an uncontrollably strong superhuman and the intelligent Bruce Banner.

The Hulk has a height of 8’2” (2.5 m) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and 7’-8’ (2.13-2.44 m) in the comics.

Pair of illustrations of Hulk leaping in front and side elevation views
Captain America
Multiple drawings of Captain America standing with height measurements

Captain America, real name Steve Rogers, is a superhero World War II super-soldier that appears prominently throughout many Marvel Comics. Granted Peak Human strength, speed, agility, reflexes, and accelerated healing due to the effects of the Super-Solider Serum, Captain America is a skilled combatant and also the moral compass and leader of the Avengers. Steve Rogers combines his superhuman abilities with an iconic vibranium shield to further his battle skills. Captain America was introduced by Marvel in Captain America Comics #1 in March, 1941.

Captain America has a height of 6’1” (1.85 m) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and 6’2” (1.88 m) in the comics.

Illustrations of Captain America dashing from the front and from the side when in battle
Captain America, real name Steve Rogers, is a World War II super-soldier that appears in Marvel Comics. With superhuman strength, speed, agility, and healing from the Super-Solider Serum, is a skilled combatant and leader.

Captain America has a height of 6’1” (1.85 m) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and 6’2” (1.88 m) in the comics.

Illustrations of Captain America dashing from the front and from the side when in battle
Rocket Raccoon
Pair of dimensioned illustrations of Rocket Raccoon standing alone and with a large weapon

Rocket Raccoon is an anthropomorphic raccoon skilled in starship aviation, engineering, and marksmanship that appears in Marvel Comics. Typically a core member of the superhero team Guardians of the Galaxy, Rocket Raccoon possesses the enhanced speed, sight and climbing abilities of an Earth raccoon in conjunction with being a brilliant strategist and pilot. Rocket was introduced by Marvel in Marvel Preview #7 in Summer 1976.

Rocket Raccoon has a height of 3’1” (.95 m) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and 4’ (1.22 m) in the comics.

Drawings of Rocket Raccoon in shooting and jumping battle postures
Rocket Raccoon is an anthropomorphic raccoon skilled in starship aviation, engineering, and marksmanship that appears in Marvel Comics and is typically a core member of the superhero team the Guardians of the Galaxy.

Rocket Raccoon has a height of 3’1” (.95 m) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and 4’ (1.22 m) in the comics.

Drawings of Rocket Raccoon in shooting and jumping battle postures
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