Either due to a retcon, an outsider impact, or a mental breakdown or on the grounds that they were simply enormous bastards, numerous superheroes have at some direct surrendered toward an existence of villainy. Infrequently they return to the light and make up for themselves, yet not generally. Like Harvey Dent said in The Dark Knight: “You either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.”
1) Jason Todd
After a progression of complex occasions, Jason Todd was restored and left incapacitated. Be that as it may, on account of Talia al Ghul, she submerged Todd in the Lazarus Pit and let the Pit’s recuperating properties reestablish his body and recollections — yet the Pit left Todd in a condition of mental shakiness, no doubt. To adapt, Todd accepted the character of the new Red Hood and turned into a sort of screw-up.
2) Captain Marvel/Shazam
Billy Batson otherwise known as Captain Marvel is one of only a handful few superheroes in the DC Universe who can equal Superman. By shouting the word Shazam, the youthful Billy Batson changes into the superhero Shazam, who channels the forces of seven Greco-Roman gods. Despite the fact that Shazam is unadulterated of heart at his center, there was a period he attempted to murder Superman and demolish the world.