Secret lairs only have so much space which means even superheroes often find themselves in need of a storage unit. From special suits to state of the art gadgets, saving the world requires lots of gear that would easily crowd a closet.
Read on to find out what super items these heroes might have hidden in storage!
Clothes – With all that clothes changing taking place in phone booths, Clark Kent goes through a lot of work attire. To make sure that he always has his disguise, Superman would have to have a lot of backup work suits, ties, shoes, and briefcases at the ready which he could store in multiple units across Metropolis.
Kryptonite – What better way to hide your biggest weakness from enemies than to stow it in your own storage unit? Superman would be able to discreetly store any remnants of Kryptonite in a small, secure storage unit to which only he had access.
Lasso of Truth – A lasso such as Wonder Woman’s is quite conspicuous and would need to be stored in a safe place. Wonder Woman would only need a small unit to contain her capes and prevent her lasso from ending up in the wrong hands.
Invisible Plane – Though her plane wouldn’t fit into a traditional storage unit, many storage locations offer vehicle and boat parking. Since her plane is no bigger than a boat and invisible, Princess Diana of Themyscira could park her plane at a self-storage location while not in use.
Utility Belt – Even billionaires such as Bruce Wayne have uses for a storage unit. The bat cave can be damp and not always accessible during emergencies so Batman would be able to store an extra bat suit and utility belt in his unit. Equipped with a camera, tape recorder, and a supply of batarangs, Batman’s utility belt could easily be hung in his unit.
Batcycle – Sometimes Batman needs to go where the batmobile, batplane, and batboat just can’t reach which makes a storage unit for his Batcycle necessary. When the road just isn’t cut out for the batmobile, Batman could just swing by his storage unit and pick up the batcycle.
Shield – Though Steve Rogers was born in 1918, he recognizes the modern convenience of owning a storage unit. He can’t always be carrying around his virtually indestructible shield, so Captain America would store it neatly away in his self-storage unit until the next battle.
Knives – Any mercenary turned superhero knows how important it is to keep multiple stashes of weapons stored away for immediate access when something goes down. Wade Wilson would store his pair of extendable blade katanas and extra knives in his storage unit.
Guns – Deadpool is also an expert marksman which means he would be looking for a temperature controlled unit in which to store his stacks of guns and ammunition. From pistols and revolvers to grenades on his utility belt, Deadpool would use his storage unit as his own private weapons supply room.
Scientific Equipment – Peter Parker doesn’t have enough room at Aunt May’s house to develop his own laboratory which he would create in his own self-storage unit. The computer, tools, and equipment he needs to develop his own crime-fighting gadgets would safely be stored away from his home.