Stocked with various costumes, nifty gadgets, and a supercomputer, the Batcave is the most comprehensive (and creepiest) hideout.
The perfect setup for both womanizing and testing your new armor, Stark's home is the ultimate in superhero indulgence.
Boasting one of the more melancholy names, this hideout gives Superman a crystal base from which to learn and recharge.
Couldn't Drieberg store his Owl Ship in a hanger instead of some dusty place he keeps his old costumes?
You're more likely to catch pneumonia than vampires in the dank, generic warehouse the Daywalker calls home.
In the comics, it's a sprawling, technological home. In the movie, it's a generic Manhattan high-rise. Blame the housing market.
Who would suspect the Amazing Spider-Man lives in Anut May's humble home? Probably, anyone who knew Peter Parker's salary.
Complete with throne and treasure rooms, the Skull Cave is the most ostentatious, if not the most discreet, hangout.
Dolph Lundgren meditating naked in the sewer? He should skim a little Mafia money and upgrade.
Hopefully when the inevitable sequel arrives, Hancock will have graduated to an actual house. Or at least a tent.