Naruto chars? Goku?
some will say Wonder Woman but she's actually no-sold bullets a few times in the comics
Wonder Woman is not bullet-proof. One image is from Injustice and doesn't count. The other is from the depowered Superman time and only hit her armor. She has been shot by bullets since to demonstrate she's not bullet-proof.
It's a decent enough showing for that armor considering those were Deadshot's custom high velocity armor piercing rounds. They were shown to embed in that version of Superman's skin. Wonder Woman had to pluck them out and Supe was covered in welts and bruises from them.
OT, I would go with Franklin Richards, although Wally West is a contender because of the speed force powers.
@jedixman: No, when Tony wears his armor he stops being Tony Stark and becomes Iron Man.Iron Man can't be Iron Man without his armor because he would be Tony Stark.
You can say Tony Stark is not bulletproof but you can't say the same with Iron Man.
Tony Stark is always Iron Man. He never stops being Iron Man; the point of being a superhero isn't about powers, and we've seen that in several stories.
Although modern Tony is probably bullet proof, or at the very least can put on a suit while a bullet is in mid-flight, so the point is moot.
To be fair, the second feat in the OP was probably more due to her armor than her actual skin.
Outside Wonder Woman (probably the most popular example), the first person that comes to mind is Spider-Man. Strong durability; strong muscle fibers, but the skin and muscle can still be penetrated by bullets.
P.S. Are we talking about physical strength?
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