Comicbook/TheAvengers:
* CaptainAmerica: Charismatic, idealistic, peacemaking; the face of the group and [[TheCape ideal hero]] (Ego)
* ComicBook/IronMan: Intellectual, pragmatic, and paranoid; can get a little KnightTemplar without balance (Superego)
* [[TheMightyThor Thor]]: Loves fighting, storytelling and good company; the '[[BoisterousBruiser smite first and ask questions later]]' guy (Id)

** In the EarthX timeline, the Avengers are remade with a new trio and shifted roles:
*** Loki (the new "Thor"): Undergone a HeelFaceTurn and is the most devoted to created a new Avengers (Superego)
*** The Black Knight (the new "Iron Man"): Is emotionally temperate and regal like his father, Black Bolt (Ego)
*** The Reject (the new "Captain America"): Holds a lot of {{wangst}} being a handsome member of the hideous race of Deviants (Id)

''ComicBook/DoomPatrol'' (during Grant Morrison's run)
* Crazy Jane: unpredictable, can change between her different personalities anytime, many of the personalities show little self-restraint. Id.
* Rebis: contemplative, sees things from a higher perspective, often oblivious to mundane matters. Superego.
* Robotman: the informal reader, highly practical, tries to keep both Jane and Rebis focused on whatever their current mission is. Ego.

''{{Thunderbolts}}'' during the original run when they were pretending to be heroes.
* Baron Helmut Zemo (id): He was evil and wanted to use the Thunderbolts to replace the recently thought dead Avengers and Fantastic Four's place as the media beloved heroes so he could conquer the world
* Jolt/Hawkeye (superego): She was an idealist who thought the Thunderbolts were true heroes. Later Hawkeye took over as the team's moral compass when he began pushing the team to be true heroes.
* Moonstone (ego): She had to balance the evil nature of her boss, the influence of an idealist Jolt who didn't know the Thunderbolts were the Masters of Evil pretending to be superheroes, and the unstable personalities of her other colleagues to manipulate the Thunderbolts into what she saw as more realistic and beneficial options than trying to rule the world or making it a better place.


''JusticeLeague (of America)'', and the recent (2008) comic series ''Trinity'':
"The triumvirate" of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman often match this (although the position each occupies can change depending on the situation [[DependingOnTheWriter and who's writing]]). Most of the time:
* Wonder Woman: Ego (Superman's ideals, but as a trained warrior, understanding Batman's points)
* Superman: Appropriately enough, the Superego, the idealist and one most concerned about the Rules.
* Batman: Id, the calculating rule breaker and an angry one.
** Alternately, In most recent PostCrisis portrayals, as well as ''ComicBook/KingdomCome'' and in ''The Comicbook/{{New 52}}'':
*** WonderWoman: An impulsive, often violent [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Proud Warrior Race Girl]], in sharp opposition to her original creator's intended [[TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]] motivations for the character. Id.
*** Franchise/{{Batman}}: [[BatmanGambit Calculating]], [[IDidWhatIHadToDo ruthlessly pragmatic]], [[CrazyPrepared always planning]], [[TheStoic humorless]]. Superego.
*** Franchise/{{Superman}}: [[WomenAreWiser The tiebreaker]]; [[TheConscience tries to hold the other two to the heroic ideals that are supposed to be the nominal goal of superheroes]]. Ego.

* The Three Old Men of the JusticeSocietyOfAmerica:
** Jay Garrick, the original [[ComicBook/TheFlash Flash]]: Superego
** Alan Scott the original ComicBook/GreenLantern: Ego
** Ted Grant, aka ComicBook/{{Wildcat}}: Id

The Injustice League
* LexLuthor: The most reasonable of the trio and the brains (Ego).
* SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker: Most likely to go utterly AxCrazy at a moment's notice (Id).
* Cheetah: The one to have moral objections to having [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil Dr. Light]] on the team (Superego).

''Comicbook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}'', the Founders Three:
* Cosmic Boy: Ego
* Lightning Lad/Live Wire: Id
* Saturn Girl: Superego
These roles aren't, however, carried over into the animated series, in which Cosmic Boy and Saturn Girl are not consistently part of the core team on which the series focuses.

''StrangersInParadise'':
* Katchoo (id)
* Francine (superego)
* David (ego)

''ComicBook/YoungJustice'' - Red Tornado puts the three original members of Young Justice into these groups in issue 1.
* Robin, intellectual and disciplined, Superego
* Impulse, Id (Raised in a virtual world, lives in the moment)
* ComicBook/{{Superboy}}, Ego (Capable of basic judgment.) He also [[IdiotHero got mad that Robin was the "SUPER" ego]].

''ComicBook/YokoTsuno''.
* Yoko Tsuno - Somewhat high-strung, plucky, HotBlooded (Superego)
* Pol Pitron - SadClown, ButtMonkey, but fairly sensitive and good with kids (Id)
* Vic Video - Calm, rational, somewhat of a DeadpanSnarker (Ego)

In the early 90s ''Comicbook/IncredibleHulk'' writer Peter David had psychologist Doc Samson use hypnosis to the integrate the Hulk's different personalities which he described as
* The savage, green Hulk (Id)
* The cunning grey Hulk aka "Joe Fixit" (Ego), and
* Bruce Banner (Superego)
and combine them into one new Hulk.

''ComicBook/{{Bone}}''
* Phoney Bone (Id)
* Smiley Bone (Ego)
* Fone Bone (Superego)

''{{Planetary}}''
* Elijah Snow (Superego)
* Jakita Wagner (Id)
* The Drummer (Ego)

''ComicBook/TeenTitans'' (Silver Age, but some aspects went into the BronzeAge)
* Robin I (Dick Grayson) as the Superego.
* Speedy I (Roy Harper) as the Id.
* Wonder Girl (Donna Troy) as the Ego.

''ComicBook/BirdsOfPrey'' (The classic line-up)
* Oracle/Barbara Gordon: intellectual, rational, the little voice telling you what to do. (Superego)
* Huntress/Helena Bertinelli: brilliant but impulsive and emotional, fundamentally amoral. (Id)
* Black Canary/Dinah Lance: more balanced, mediates between the other two. (Ego)

[[ComicBook/{{Robin}} The Robins]], traditionally
* Dick Grayson, the original Robin. Trained the rest. Superego.
* Jason Todd, the second Robin. Violent, aggressive and vengeful. Id.
* Tim Drake, the third Robin. An AudienceSurrogate who [[JumpedAtTheCall always wanted to be Batman's sidekick]]. Ego.
* In modern comics, Jason is replaced by Damian Wayne/Ibn al-Xu'ffasch, a trained assassin and EnfanteTerrible.