If you’re a fan of super heroes then you’ll definitely want to check out some of the origami in this post and yes, I realize that a lot of these are DC characters but “marvel-ous” was the best pun I could come up with.

First up is this great little origami Captain America.

Paper Folded Captain America
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/kafarski/16349727779/

Captain America, Designed by Juanfran Carillo and Folded by Karol Kafarski

Crease pattern available from Juanfran Carillo’s Flickr

 

Here’s a fantastic origami Ironman, the entire model is folded from one 50×50 cm sheet of paper.

Ironman by Bart Davids
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Ironman, Designed and Folded by Bart Davids

Crease pattern available from Bart Davids’ Flickr

 

Here’s a cool origami Thor design. If you use two coloured paper you get a different coloured cape.

Thor Folded by Karol Kafarski
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Thor, Designed by Juanfran Carillo and Folded by Karol Kafarski

Crease pattern available from Juanfran Carrillo’s Flickr

 

Here’s one of the more popular origami Batman designs by Ángel Morollón Guallar.

Paper Batman Folded by Rui Roda
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Batman, Designed by Ángel Morollón Guallar and Folded by Rui Roda

Video instructions available from Mari Michaelis -Marigami on YouTube

 

This is another excellent Ironman design that’s also completely folded from one sheet of paper.

Ironman by Brian Chan
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Ironman, Designed by Brian Chan and Folded by Karol Kafarski

Instructions not available

 

Here’s a great origami Spiderman complete with some origami spiders.

Spiderman Folded by Eyal R.
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Spiderman, Designed by Juanfran Carillo, Spiders Designed by Manuel Sirgo, all Folded by Eyal R.

Spiderman Diagrams available in Drawing Origami Tome 1

Spider instructions not available

 

Here’s another great origami Ironman.

Ironman by Brian Chan
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/tohs_origami/6994616362/

Ironman, Designed by Brian Chan and Folded by Timothy Chang

Instructions not available

 

This is another excellent Batman design by Jackie Yang.

Papercraft Batman by Jackie Yang
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Batman, Designed and Folded by Jackie Yang

Instructions not available

 

Here’s a very angry looking origami Hulk.

Paper Folded Hulk
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/joao_charrua/17210471239/

Hulk, Designed and Folded by João Charrua

Instructions not available

 

Here’s another excellent unique design of the Dark Knight.

The Dark Knight
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The Dark Knight, Designed and Folded by Mark Sigalovsky

Instructions not available

 

Neelesh K has designed some incredibly complex origami superheroes like this Catwoman and the entire model is folded from a single sheet of paper, even the whip.

Catwoman by Neelesh Kumar
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Catwoman, Designed and Folded by Neelesh K.

Instructions not available

 

Quentin Trollip has designed a couple great origami versions of different super hero logos.

Batman Logo by Quentin Trollip
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Batman Logo, Designed and Folded by Quentin Trollip

Instructions not available

 

Flash Logo by Quentin Trollip
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Flash Logo, Designed and Folded by Quentin Trollip

Instructions not available

 

Spiderman Logo by Quentin Trollip
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Spiderman Logo, Designed and Folded by Quentin Trollip

Instructions not available

 

Superman Logo by Quentin Trollip
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Superman Logo, Designed and Folded by Quentin Trollip

Instructions not available

 

Ironman is definitely one of the most popular superheroes among origami designers. Here’s a modular Ironman design folded from 6 sheets of paper.

Ironman by Thong Nguyen Nguyen
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Ironman, Designed and Folded by Thong Nguyen Nguyen

Instructions not available

 

Here’s another great origami Batman.

Paper Batman Folded by Matthew LaBoone
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/66591224@N08/7543569474/

Batman, Designed by Ángel Morollón Guallar and Folded by Matthew LaBoone

Video instructions available from Mari Michaelis -Marigami on YouTube

 

This is Juanfran Carrillo’s Captain America model again this time folded by the designer himself.

Captain America Papercraft
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Captain America, Designed and Folded by Juanfran Carrillo

Crease pattern available from Juanfran Carillo’s Flickr

 

Hubert Villeneuve designed this amazing origami Superman from a single rectangular sheet of paper. If you use two coloured paper like he did here you get different colours on the cape boots and belt which looks awesome.

Origami Superman by Hubert Villaneuve
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Superman, Designed and Folded by Hubert Villeneuve

Instructions not available

 

This isn’t a superhero exactly but it’s a vehicle used by one. This is the Bat from the movie the Dark Knight Rises and it’s quite an impressive design.

The Bat by Paper in Dream
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/paperdream/9066208972/

The Bat, Designed and Folded by Paper in Dream

Instructions not available

 

And here’s a paper version of the Batmobile from the Tim Burton Batman films.

Batmobile
Image source: http://marksgl.deviantart.com/art/The-Batmobile-539585894

Batmobile, Designed and Folded by Mark Sigalovsky

Diagrams available in the 2016 Origami USA Collection

 

Here’s another absolutely incredible design from Neelesh K. This entire model including the gun and the skull is folded from one 80×80 cm square of paper.

Origami Joker by Neelesh Kumar
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Joker, Designed and Folded by Neelesh K.

Instructions not available

 

Here’s Juanfran Carrillo’s excellent origami Spiderman again, this time by itself.

Spiderman by Juanfran Carillo
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Spiderman, Designed and Folded by Juanfran Carrillo

Diagrams available in Drawing Origami Tome 1

 

Here’s another folder’s interpretation of Brian Chan’s Ironman.

Ironman by Brian Chan
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Ironman, Designed by Brian Chan and Folded by NGUYỄN QUANG ANH

Instructions not available

 

Hubert Villeneuve invented his own origami super hero called The Sparrow. This entire model is folded from the same square of paper.

The Sparrow Folded by Hubert Villaneuve
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The Sparrow, Designed and Folded by Hubert Villeneuve

Instructions not available

 

Here’s a slightly different looking version of Ángel Morollón Guallar’s Batman.

Batman Papercraft
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Batman, Designed by Ángel Morollón Guallar and Folded by Ricardo Elias Abdon

Video instructions available from Mari Michaelis -Marigami on YouTube

 

Here’s a simpler but still great origami Superman design. It looks to me like he’s diving to protect someone from a bullet.

Superman Folded by Juanfran Carillo
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/31632261@N03/9158155395/

Superman, Designed by Michael Assis and Folded by Juanfran Carrillo

Instructions not available

 

Here’s the origami Thor from earlier folded by the designer themselves.

Thor Designed and Folded by Juanfran Carillo
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Thor, Designed and Folded by Juanfran Carrillo

Crease pattern available from Juanfran Carrillo’s Flickr

 

The final image for this post is one of the most impressive origami models I’ve ever seen. This Batman by Neelesh K. is folded from one single 75×75 cm square sheet of paper!

Amazing Origami Batman by Neelesh Kumar
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Batman, Designed and Folded by Neelesh K.

Instructions not available

 

That’s it for this post, let me know what you think about these models in the comments and be sure to post a link to a photo if you try to fold any of these!