Lakota East seniors and quadruplet brothers from left, Zachary, Aaron, Nigel, and Nick Wade pose together at Lakota East High School, in Liberty Township, Ohio, Wednesday, April 5, 2017. All the brothers have been accepted at some of the nation's top universities, including each of them to both Yale and Harvard. (Greg Lynch /The Journal-News via AP)

Move over, Marvel — there’s a new “Fantastic Four” in town. 
Quadruplet brothers in Ohio have earned the nickname after they were all accepted to both Yale and Harvard.
Aaron, Nick, Nigel, and Zachary Wade, from the Cincinnati suburb Liberty Township, say they were notified in recent days of admittance to a number of notable schools. Among the four of them, there were also acceptance letters from Stanford, Georgetown, Duke, Vanderbilt, and Cornell — just to name a few.
Their 4-for-4 accomplishment is even more impressive when compared to how few students actually get into Yale and Harvard. Yale accepted just 2,272 out of 32,900 applicants for the class of 2021; Harvard was even more selective with 2,056 admitted out of a record-setting 39,506.
The brothers credited their parents, Darrin and Kim Wade, and the teachers at Lakota East High School with helping them get into their top schools. “We feel like getting into …