It is quite a normal trait for people to look for role models or people who inspire them. What is important is who you decide to look up to and what characteristics do they really have.
Many people are brought up on super heroes and villains in cultural society through various means such as television, film, books, comics etc. But if we really examine who these beings or ideas are through their behaviour and actions then some of them are not the sort of energy you want to have around. There are examples of heroes in culture which are good. But some of them equate to what were known as fallen angels. Sometimes having the archetype of a hero can be useful. But it is more useful to recognise that you are the hero of your own life, who makes themselves who they are by the choices they make on a daily basis.
It's better to focus on being a Krystic - its not a case of worship of any particular being. But you can have good role models for you to look towards and work with. You don't have to look towards any particular outside being, but it can be a useful step in humanity's current spiritual evolution.
It could be contemporary people who stand up in the vegan movement such as Dr Edward Group or Freelee the Banana Girl, it could be spiritual writers such as Easha Ashayana, and musicians who really connected with topics that relate to everyday issues for people.
Beyond that, then you can look to spiritual family through our universe and the higher universes. You could focus on the Angelic beings in our universe such as the still Krystic Elohim, Seraphim, the Azurites from Sirius B, those in the Pleiades star system who still serve the law of one, the Arcturians., the many groups who serve under the Emerald Order..etc You can look towards your own Rishi self and the Krystic beings of Andromeda such as the Aquari.