The Marvel cinematic universe has been wildly successful at the box office, grossing billions upon billions of dollars, it is basically a fictional space where there are superheroes and villains. While superhero lists are basically about popularity, villains have a wonderful attribute: power-hungry single-minded focus. There are definitely spoilers here, so go watch all the Marvel collection movies. The MCU collection exists thanks to endless battles between our superheroes and the villains that torment them. They’re well-rounded and deep, there seems to be a method to their madness. Here are Top 10 most powerful villains in the Marvel cinematic movie collection ranked by WIIN Channel.
The villain Ultron from marvel cinematic universe movie collection has been made famous on film in The Avengers: Age of Ultron. Ultron was an Artificial Intelligence Peacekeeping Program created by Tony Stark using the decrypted code derived from the Mind Stone encased within Loki’s own Scepter, retooled by himself with the help of Bruce Banner. His body is made of indestructible adamantium, it has the advantage of upgrading and changing bodies. His abilities change with every upgrade of the body. Ultron’s objective was to protect Earth from any and all domestic and extraterrestrial threats coming within the future. Possessing multiple host bodies under his control as well as a variant of Stark’s own personality, he can control hundreds or even thousands of these machines at the same time. Ultron however soon deemed humanity itself as the greatest threat to peace on the Earth and attempted to create his technological singularity by committing genocide against them, leaving only his own doubles left in their wake. Ultron prefers to work alone and is the ideal villain in the MCU collection as the superheroes can never truly beat it.
Loki is the main villain for The Avengers in the marvel cinematic movie collection. He is a Frost Giant, although he is raised Asgardian, is Thor’s brother and also his greatest headache. Loki is a fan favorite for a reason: More wildcard than a true villain, audiences can’t help but root for the trickster god. Loki especially loves making false projections of himself to confuse his enemies in a fight. Loki has many mischievous acts, so there is a long list to choose the evilest act from. Since he couldn’t take over Asgard in Thor, Loki decides to cause chaos on Thor’s new favorite planet, Earth, in the first Avengers. He opens a portal that releases aliens into Earth’s dimension, causing serious damage to Manhattan. However, in the most recent movie of marvel collection, Avengers: Infinity War, Loki is killed by Thanos early on. It was a shocking end to such an important character, but for now, Loki is dead.
The Destroyer in the marvel studios movie collection was a magical, conscious entity built by Odin to defend the Asgardian vaults. It was an emotionless, speechless, order-driven, metal automaton made by Asgardian magic. It doesn’t get a ton of screen time in Thor, but when the Destroyer shows up, it sure makes full use of every moment. It will complete any mission given to it without question, regardless of how long the mission or who gets in its way. Its primary weapon is fiery beams of energy emitted from its face, but it is also superhumanly strong and nearly invulnerable to damage. In Thor, we saw the Destroyer kill a few Frost Giants, then lay waste to a small town in New Mexico when Loki sent it to Earth hunting Thor. The Destroyer tried to blast Thor, but the god of thunder hurled his hammer through its head, shutting it down permanently.
4. Justin Hammer
As far as credible villains in MCU collection are concerned, Justin Hammer is an absolute joke—he runs an arms manufacturer that’s a rival to Stark Industries and the former CEO of Hammer Industries who had formed a strong business rivalry with Stark Industries. Seeking to improve his own position and attack Tony Stark, Hammer had worked alongside Stern and attempted to damage the public’s own view of Stark; however, this all backfired and Hammer’s own public image was highly damaged. Furious at Stark for this failure, Hammer then recruited Ivan Vanko, the convicted terrorist, to attempt to replicate Stark’s Arc Reactor technology, but this backfired as well when Vanko betrayed Hammer, leading into Hammer then being incarcerated inside of Seagate Penitentiary for his involvement in Vanko’s actions.
5. Aldrich Killian
Iron Man 3 is one of the most polarizing movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe movie collection, featuring an epic fakeout that reveals Guy Pearce’s Aldrich Killian is actually the big bad behind a mysterious rash of bombings and terrorist attacks sweeping the globe. Aldrich Killian was the founder and CEO of Advanced Idea Mechanics. When Tony Stark had refused to join his research, Killian participated in Maya Hansen’s development of Extremis, amassing a group of Extremis-enhanced soldiers under his command. To mask his illegal activities as terrorist attacks, he created an idealized terrorist persona known as the “Mandarin” portrayed by the actor Trevor Slattery to serve as his proxy, unaware the real Mandarin actually existed. Killian had also conspired with Vice President Rodriguez in an attempt to take economic and political control of the United States of America for his own uses. However, after he had kidnapped both Pepper Potts and President Matthew Ellis, Killian was then confronted by Iron Man who managed to defeat his plans with the assistance of the Iron Legion, War Machine and Potts.
Eternals Mentor and Sui-San, Thanos was subject to the Deviant gene at birth. As a result, Thanos became that of a ‘mutant’ of Titan (the sixth orbiting moon of Saturn). He developed a purple, hide-like skin, along with strength and other physical abilities far surpassing that of other Titans. Growing to become the most powerful Titan, his skin developed in such a fashion that allowed Thanos to absorb cosmic energy on an atomic level and then manipulate it as kinetic force via conscious choice. Though never shunned by his family in his youth, Thanos was feared and avoided by his fellow Titan peers due to his unique qualities. True to his beginnings, Thanos ever seeks out the mysteries to power for personal use or as a ward from enemies seeking retribution. Yet even as Thanos continuously seeks power, he is forever-wed to his quest to be found worthy as Death’s cohort.
Vulcan is an omega-level mutant with the ability to manipulate all known forms of energy. When the parents of Scott and Alex Summers were kidnapped by the alien race, Shi’ar, it appears that Katherine Summers was pregnant. The unborn child was seemingly killed along with Katherine by D’Ken, the Majesty of the Shi’ar Empire. The child survived however, and was aged to adolescence in an incubation accelerator and subsequently enslaved. Gabriel was sent to Earth to serve a Shi’ar agent named Davan Shakari, he managed to escape and was found by geneticist Moira MacTaggert and she invited him to join a group of young mutants that were under her tutelage. He accepted and took the name Vulcan. Finally, Vulcan reunited with Cyclops by Professor X.
Every Marvel fan knows the story of Adam Warlock, a hero engineered to be the most perfect and highly-evolved human in existence. Not long after being created, Adam encountered Magus, he possesses all the powers of Adam Warlock, including matter manipulation, the use of vast amounts of cosmic energy, as well as “ultra senses”, or cosmic awareness, the Infinity Gauntlet and the Soul Gem. The Magus is his dark aspect that became a powerful supervillain. The Magus controls the Universal Church of Truth, a religious empire of zealots that will do whatever abominable thing he desires. Warlock ended up using his Soul Gem to bring Magus down, but his millennia-long empire and limitless power make him one of the greatest villains in Marvel’s multiverse.
9. Doctor Doom
The Latverian Monarch known to many as Doctor Doom was born a brilliant person named Victor von Doom. In a deal with the devil, his mother sacrificed her soul in return for her son to be a ruler. Dr. Doom’s source of power is very disturbing as he sacrificed his wife to demons in exchange for power. The demons ripped her apart and made him a special armor out of her skin. Doom’s unique ability is that he can exchange minds with others. Mixing his mother’s mysticism with old-fashioned science, his brilliance soon landed him a scholarship to America. But when an experiment left his face horribly scarred, he put the blame on his friend and colleague, Reed Richards of the Fantastic Four. By teaching himself mystical arts, he can invoke the mystical entities for help. He spent much of his life studying both dark magic and science, only to have his plans continually foiled by meddling superheroes. He is the most dangerous villain on Earth.
10. Winter Soldier
Bucky Barnes was brought back from his supposed death to be a brainwashed assassin called the Winter Soldier. Reformed by his friends, he now fights alongside the Avengers. While Bucky Barnes is the Captain’s friend, he still turns into a powerful enemy in Captain America: Winter Soldier. Although he didn’t choose to be tortured, brainwashed, and turned into a killing machine, he has earned his way onto this list! Winter Soldiers remembers zilch about his old friend Steve and is actually assigned a mission to kill him. The coldest thing Winter Soldier does in the movie is shoot Captain America three times while the Captain is trying to replace the controller chip on the Helicarrier about to kill hundreds of people. At this point, the Winter Soldier understands that Steve knows him from sometime before his memories. Shooting the Captain in vital places like the thigh and abdomen is really harsh.
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