Here Are the 10 Greatest Marvel and MCU Villains, Ranked

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Baddies always catch our attention, and sometimes, we even sympathize with the best Marvel and MCU villains. One study found that people, in general, are attracted to the darker versions of themselves, as it lets us safely acknowledge our dark aspects. So, if you like villains, you’re not alone. Here’s a list of the top 10 Marvel and MCU villains ranked that ordinary people find attractive.

10. Namor

Namor, the offspring of a human sea captain and an Atlantis princess from a legendary undersea realm, has inherited the superhuman abilities of the Homo mermanus race, including exceptional strength and aquatic aptitudes. He also possesses mutant powers, such as flight, in addition to other extraordinary capabilities. Over time, he has been characterized as an antihero, sometimes appearing as a well-intentioned yet quick-tempered superhero, while at other times he serves as a hostile invader seeking retribution for perceived injustices committed by misguided surface-dwellers against his kingdom.

9. Alexander Pierce

Alexander Goodwin Pierce is a fictional character who appears in Marvel Comics as a supporting character in stories that feature the espionage organization, S.H.I.E.L.D. He is typically depicted as a member of the agency. In the Mutant X universe, Alexander Pierce, alongside other S.H.I.E.L.D. agents, battled against Havok and The Six (X-Men) on top of the Statue of Liberty. S.H.I.E.L.D. aimed to unleash the deadly Legacy Virus to annihilate all forms of superhuman life.

8. Wanda

Wanda, a female Marvel villain, embodies the legendary figure of the Scarlet Witch and therefore wields the potent magic of chaos that materializes in the form of a crimson mist that is both dark and thick. With this ability, she can even alter reality itself.

The Darkhold claims that her fate is to bring about the destruction of the world. Meanwhile, Agatha Harkness asserts that the Scarlet Witch’s power surpasses even that of the Sorcerer Supreme. Unaware of her magical heritage, Wanda defeats Agatha and decides to keep the Darkhold tome, intending to keep its secrets.

7. The Grandmaster

The Grandmaster, featured as the secondary villain in the 2017 Marvel Cinematic Universe movie “Thor: Ragnarök,” also made a brief appearance in “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2”. He governs the planet Sakaar and derives pleasure from pitting various life-forms against each other in gladiatorial combat.

6. Green Goblin

Due to the effects of the Goblin Formula, one of the best Marvel villains is the Green Goblin, Norman. He has developed superhuman strength, enabling him to lift an impressive 9 tons. He also possesses enhanced speed, reflexes, endurance, and healing abilities, allowing him to regenerate damaged tissue and organs, albeit at a slower pace than that of the mutant Wolverine. However, his intelligence has been heightened to a level of genius, although it came at the cost of his mental stability.

5. Vulture

Adrian Toomes, who goes by the alias Vulture, is the primary adversary in the 2017 Marvel Cinematic Universe movie “Spider-Man: Homecoming.” He is also referred to in the 2021 sequel “Spider-Man: No Way Home.” Furthermore, he has a small role in a cameo appearance in Sony’s Spider-Man Universe film “Morbius,” which was released in 2022.

4. Wenwu

Xu Wenwu, one of the best marvel villains, is a prominent antagonist in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He is commonly called the Mandarin and serves as the unseen but overarching villain in the Iron Man trilogy and the Marvel one-shot. All Hail the King. In addition, he serves as the primary antagonist in the 2021 film “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.”

3. Killmonger

This fictional character is often portrayed as a proficient mercenary and hunter hailing from the imaginary African state of Wakanda. His deep-seated resentment toward the country and its people stems from the tragic loss of his biological parents during childhood. Growing up outside Wakanda, he eventually returns to the nation as a revolutionary leader, seeking vengeance. He frequently confronts Black Panther, the country’s king, and protector, who becomes his primary nemesis.

2. Thanos

Thanos is often portrayed as an extraterrestrial warlord hailing from the ill-fated world of Titan. He has a grandiose plan to eliminate 50% of all life across the universe, which he believes will help restore balance and prevent its ultimate downfall due to overpopulation. To execute his plan, he seeks to acquire the 6 Infinity Stones, which are cosmic jewels capable of granting him the power needed to achieve his objective.

1. Loki

Loki Laufeyson is one of the MCU villains who is based on the Norse god of the same name. He is an Asgardian and known as the “God of Mischief.” He is the adopted son of Odin and the adopted brother of the superhero, Thor. Loki has been portrayed as both a supervillain and an antihero in various media.

  • “I’m not all that attracted to Tom Hiddleston, but I love Loki. The man’s got charisma coming out of his pores in that role.” © coffee-jnky / Reddit


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