90%. Damn you, original X-Men!
The exact same thing for me.
My favorite "hero" would be Deadpool, and I know a few people have said that before, but I say it more on the fact that he's the Marvel hero I can relate to the most. He isn't perfect in any way (except maybe for the superhero physique, but that is still offset by the cancer all over his body), really doesn't know what he wants to do in life, and what he wants to do (be a hero, whenever he gets around to it) he recognizes that he really can't do, so he sticks with what he's good at, his only real power is not dying (a power most everyone has until they actually die) since his regeneration seems to be less than Wolverines "I can regenerate from a cell", has dissociative identity disorder (to clarify here, I don't fully have this, but I, in order to write different characters, create a seperate "mind" that I dispose of once I've finished, but while I'm still using it, it plays out similarly to Deadpool's extra boxes), seems almost unable to not stop joking, and often seems out of place when other heroes are around. Of course, I do have a lot of differences with him (morality, cancer, etc.) but I'd say from the Marvel universe, he's the closest I'd relate. Plus he's hilarious (teaching stick, exploding chair, meat suit, becoming a pirate, years of therapy down the drain, shoryuken, etc.) which helps.