Take a little walk through just about any city in North America and you’ll see something that makes you think of some comic book or one of its characters, though you may have to stretch a bit to make the connection. To name a few: Kent Street (Ottawa, Ontario). Loganville (Georgia). Avenger Drive (Rhode Island). Namor International Corp (New York). Community of Wayne (Pennsylvania). You get the idea. It is likely that none of these places were trying to reference the comic books (although, Avenger Drive comes pretty close).
Halifax, Nova Scotia, on the other hand, seems to use the subtlety of … Bizzaro in a China-Shop? Hulk at a tea party? Emma Frost at a Mothers-Against-Lingerie Convention? Take a look at just a few of the sights the Atlantic Canadian region has to show off.