Characters of the Marvel Cinematic Universe: M–Z

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Maggie

Maggie (portrayed by Judy Greer) is the former wife of Scott Lang, the mother of Cassie Lang, and the wife of Jim Paxton.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Ant-Man and Ant-Man and the Wasp.

Makkari

Makkari (portrayed by Lauren Ridloff) is an Eternal who can move at the speed of sound. She is implied to harbor romantic feelings for Druig.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Eternals.

Mainframe

Mainframe (voiced by Miley Cyrus) is an artificial intelligence and Ravager captain as well as a member of Stakar Ogord's original team.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.

Malekith

Malekith the Accursed (portrayed by Christopher Eccleston) is the king of the Dark Elves who faces Thor in 2013.[1]

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Thor: The Dark World.

Gideon Malick

Gideon Malick (portrayed by Powers Boothe) is an original character of the MCU who is a former member of the World Security Council, later revealed as a secret member of Hydra.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film The Avengers and the television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.[2]

Mantis

Mantis (portrayed by Pom Klementieff) is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy with empathic powers. The character is introduced as an alien ward of Ego with the power to sense and control the emotions of people by touch. She is commonly depicted as having a naive and innocent personality.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in three films: Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2, Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame. An alternate version of Mantis appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[3] She will return in the upcoming films Thor: Love and Thunder and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, as well as The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special.

Mar-Vell

Mar-Vell (portrayed by Annette Bening) is a Kree scientist who rejected her species' war with the Skrulls. She fled to Earth in the 1980s and adopted the alias of Dr. Wendy Lawson, a physicist at Project Pegasus. Using the Tesseract, she sought to develop an experimental engine that would have allowed the Skrulls to settle beyond the reach of the Kree Empire. She is killed by Yon-Rogg, though she is able to instruct Carol Danvers to destroy the engine before Yon-Rogg is able to seize the device. The Supreme Intelligence later takes on her appearance while conversing with Danvers.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Captain Marvel.

Flint Marko / Sandman

Flint Marko (portrayed by Thomas Haden Church), also known as Sandman, is a small-time crook from an alternate reality who received sand-like abilities following an accident.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Spider-Man: No Way Home. Church reprised the role from the film Spider-Man 3.

Martinex

Martinex (portrayed by Michael Rosenbaum) is a member of Stakar Ogord's team of Ravagers. He visits Yondu Udonta on Contraxia along with Stakar to remind him that he is in exile for breaking the Ravagers' code. After Yondu sacrifices himself to save Peter Quill, Martinex and Stakar are moved by his sacrifice, and he and the other Ravagers attend his funeral. The two of them decide to bring the rest of the team back together to honor him.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.

Phineas Mason

Phineas Mason (portrayed by Michael Chernus)[4] is a weapons maker and part of a salvage company alongside Adrian Toomes, Herman Schultz, and Jackson Brice. When the salvaging company goes out of business due to the Department of Damage Control, Mason helps Toomes steal leftover technology from the Avengers' battles and build advanced weapons out of the technology, such as Toomes' flight suit and modified versions of Brock Rumlow's vibro-blast emitting gauntlets. While his assistants were defeated by Spider-Man and arrested by the authorities, Mason's fate is left unknown.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Spider-Man: Homecoming.

Rick Mason

Rick Mason (portrayed by O-T Fagbenle) is an ally from Natasha Romanoff's S.H.I.E.L.D. past who helps her in 2016 while she is a fugitive.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Black Widow.

Ebony Maw

Ebony Maw (voiced and portrayed via motion capture by Tom Vaughan-Lawlor) is an adopted son of Thanos and member of the Black Order who is killed in space after being defeated by Tony Stark and Peter Parker. A past version of Maw from 2014 travels through time with Thanos' forces to stop the Avengers from foiling his plans. However, they are all disintegrated when Stark uses the Infinity Gauntlet.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. An alternate version of Maw appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[5]: 2 

Billy Maximoff

William "Billy" Maximoff (portrayed by Baylen Bielitz and Julian Hilliard) is Wanda Maximoff and simulacrum Vision's son, and the twin brother of Tommy Maximoff. He has magical powers similar to his mother's, meaning that he can hear people's thoughts, and senses Vision crossing the barrier of Maximoff's alternate reality (the "Hex"). Due to Maximoff's powers, he is born in under a day, and is physically ten years old by the end of the following day. Although he disintegrates when the Hex comes down, his voice is later heard by Maximoff whilst studying the Darkhold.

In the alternate universe designated as Earth-838, Billy lives with his mother and twin brother, and is scared of the main universe's Maximoff when she appears in their universe as the Scarlet Witch.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series WandaVision. His Earth-838 counterpart appeared the film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

Pietro Maximoff

Pietro Maximoff (portrayed by Aaron Taylor-Johnson) is Wanda Maximoff's twin brother. They are introduced as Hydra assets, both acquiring superhuman powers after volunteering to be experimented upon by the Mind Stone,[6] with Pietro gaining superhuman speed. Harboring a lifelong hatred for American arms manufacturer Tony Stark, whose bombs killed their parents, they side with Ultron against the Avengers before later switching sides. In the final conflict with Ultron, Pietro dies a hero's death, saving the lives of Clint Barton and a Sokovian boy. In 2023, the witch Agatha Harkness forces Westview resident Ralph Bohner to impersonate Pietro in order to get close to Wanda within her created alternate reality.

The character's reception has been lukewarm with complaints that the character or his power was not developed enough compared to the comic book version or 20th Century Fox's X-Men film series version.[7][8][9]

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Captain America: The Winter Soldier (mid-credits cameo) and Avengers: Age of Ultron;[10][11][12] as well as in flashbacks and recaps in the Disney+ series WandaVision.

Tommy Maximoff

Thomas "Tommy" Maximoff (portrayed by Gavin Borders and Jett Klyne) is created by Wanda Maximoff as her son, along with the simulacrum of Vision as his father, and twin brother Billy in her alternate reality (the "Hex") in Westview, New Jersey. He has superspeed powers like his uncle Pietro and like Billy, he is born in a day, and aged to ten by the next. Although he disintegrates when the Hex comes down, his voice is later heard by Wanda whilst studying the Darkhold.

In the alternate universe designated as Earth-838, Tommy lives with his mother and twin brother, and is scared of the main universe's Maximoff when she appears in their universe as the Scarlet Witch.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series WandaVision. His Earth-838 counterpart appeared in the film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch

M'Baku

M'Baku (portrayed by Winston Duke) is the leader of the renegade Jabari Tribe, who shun Wakanda's technological society and have a religious reverence for gorillas, such as decorating their armor with white gorilla pelts and worshiping the ape god, Hanuman, as a part of a complex Indo-African religion rather than the Panther god Bast.[13][14] In 2016, M'Baku challenges T'Challa for control of Wakanda. When he is defeated in combat, the latter convinces him to yield. M'Baku returns the favor by looking after the wounded T'Challa following the latter's fight with N'Jadaka and agreeing to look after Ramonda. He initially declines T'Challa's request to help fight N'Jadaka, but ultimately reconsiders and leads the Jabari into battle against him. Following N'Jadaka's death, M'Baku is granted a place on Wakanda's national council.[15] In 2018, he and the Jabari join the battle against Thanos' Outriders and survives the Blip.[16] In 2023, he joins the final battle against a past version of Thanos.[17]

As of 2022, the character has appeared in three films: Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame. He will return in the upcoming film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

Proxima Midnight

Proxima Midnight (voiced and faced by Carrie Coon, and portrayed via motion capture by Monique Ganderton) is Thanos' adoptive daughter. She joined her father in his quest for the six Infinity Stones, initially attacked the Statesman with her brothers, helping to kill the Asgardians aboard in order to retrieve the Space Stone. While attempting to claim the Mind Stone, she and Corvus Glaive attack Wanda Maximoff and Vision, but are repelled by Steve Rogers, Sam Wilson, and Natasha Romanoff. During a second attempt at the Mind Stone, Proxima fights Romanoff and Okoye, but is ultimately killed by Maximoff. A past version of Midnight from 2014 travels through time with Thanos' forces to stop the Avengers from foiling his plans. However, they are all disintegrated when Tony Stark uses the Infinity Gauntlet.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. An alternate version of Midnight appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[18]: 2 

Miek

Miek is a Sakaaran insectoid warrior. This version of the character is a larva-like creature as opposed to a humanoid roach like in the comic books, and initially uses an exoskeleton equipped with blades in combat. Having been freed from the Grandmaster's prison, Miek fights alongside Thor and Korg and joins the Asgardian people in their journey to Earth after the destruction of Asgard. Along with Korg, he survives Thanos' attack on the Asgardian starship and the Blip. He finds a new home with the Asgardians in New Asgard in Norway. Miek participates in the final battle at the destroyed Avengers Headquarters against Thanos and his army.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Thor: Ragnarok and Avengers: Endgame. An alternate version of Miek appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...? He will return in the upcoming film Thor: Love and Thunder.

Minn-Erva

Minn-Erva (portrayed by Gemma Chan) is a Kree tactical sniper and a member of Yon-Rogg's Starforce team along with Carol Danvers (who at that time is known simply as Vers), whom she has strong animosity towards. Minn-Erva accompanies Starforce and some Kree soldiers to Earth where it was discovered that Mar-Vell had hid some Skrull refugees. During the final battle, she pilots a fighter and attempts to catch up with and shoot down a ship being flown by Maria Rambeau and housing several refugee Skrulls. Rambeau outmaneuvers Minn-Erva and shoots her down, killing her.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Captain Marvel.

Mobius M. Mobius

Mobius M. Mobius (portrayed by Owen Wilson) is an agent of the Time Variance Authority specialized in the investigation of particularly dangerous "time variant" criminals. He befriends a 2012 variant of Loki.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series Loki.

Anton Mogart

Anton Mogart (portrayed by Gaspard Ulliel) is a wealthy antiquities collector living in Egypt and an old acquaintance of Layla El-Faouly.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series Moon Knight.

Karl Mordo

Karl Mordo (portrayed by Chiwetel Ejiofor) is a sorcerer and a former member of the Masters of the Mystic Arts. A close ally to the Ancient One, he assists in recruiting and training their future sorcerers. In this role, he trains Stephen Strange, using the Staff of the Living Tribunal as his weapon. He also helps Strange fight against Kaecilius. The Ancient One notes that Mordo's strength must be balanced by Strange since Mordo is unable to recognize the need for moral flexibility and compromise. In 2016, disillusioned with the teachings of the Ancient One after learning that the latter's immortality has been the result of her drawing on the energy of the Dark Dimension and Strange further breaking nature's laws, he decides to leave his fellow sorcerers. He comes to believe that all magic perverts and disrupts the natural order, thus causing him to set out to stop others from using it. Mordo later visits former Master Jonathan Pangborn and steals the energy that he uses to walk, stating that the world has "too many sorcerers".

In an alternate universe designated as Earth-838, Mordo is the Sorcerer Supreme and a member of the Illuminati, following the betrayal of his universe's Stephen Strange.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Doctor Strange. The Earth-838 version of Mordo appeared in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

Karli Morgenthau

Karli Morgenthau (portrayed by Erin Kellyman) is the teenage leader of the anti-nationalist terrorist group the Flag Smashers, who were made Super Soldiers with the help of the Power Broker (Sharon Carter), and use violent tactics such as bombings to achieve open borders for refugees in the Baltic states. She is killed by Carter after she attempts to kill Carter and Sam Wilson.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.

Jim Morita

Jim Morita (portrayed by Kenneth Choi) is an Asian-American member of the Howling Commandos who fought alongside Steve Rogers during World War II.

His descendant (also portrayed by Choi) is the principal of the Midtown School of Science and Technology where Peter Parker assists.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Captain America: The First Avenger and the television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. His descendant appeared in the film Spider-Man: Homecoming.[19] An alternate version of Morita appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?

Matt Murdock / Daredevil

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Nakia

Nakia (portrayed by Lupita Nyong'o)[20] is a former Dora Milaje, a member of the War Dogs, and T'Challa's lover. Having often been sent on missions around the world, witnessing the hardships experienced by many people, she grows in the belief that Wakanda should actively help them. Nakia returns to Wakanda upon hearing that T'Challa's father, T'Chaka, was killed. She stays after T'Challa is crowned king and asks that she accompany him to one of their missions. After N'Jadaka seizes the throne and orders the heart-shaped herbs which grant the power of the Black Panther to be burned, Nakia steals one. Although Ramonda urges Nakia to consume it in order to challenge N'Jadaka, Nakia plans to offer it to M'Baku so that he can challenge N'Jadaka with his army. M'Baku reveals that his people have recovered T'Challa, so Nakia gives the herb to T'Challa, healing him and restoring his powers as the Black Panther. Nakia then assists in the insurrection against N'Jadaka, dressing as a Dora Milaje soldier at Shuri's insistence. Following N'Jadaka's death, Nakia resumes her relationship with T'Challa and accepts a position running a Wakandan outreach center in California at the location of N'Jobu and N'Jadaka's former apartment.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Black Panther. She will return in the upcoming film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

Nebula

N'Jadaka / Erik "Killmonger" Stevens

N'Jadaka (portrayed by Michael B. Jordan), also known as Erik Stevens or Killmonger, is a former U.S. Navy SEAL lieutenant and the son of N'Jobu. His father was killed by T'Chaka for helping Ulysses Klaue smuggle vibranium out of Wakanda in order to arm oppressed peoples around the world and initiate revolutions. N'Jadaka later becomes an acquaintance of Klaue, before betraying and killing him to gain the trust of the Wakandan population. After bringing the dead Klaue, he challenges his cousin T'Challa to a duel over the throne, which N'Jadaka wins. However, T'Challa later returns to take back his throne, with the help of M'Baku, Okoye, and Shuri. T'Challa defeats N'Jadaka in combat and fatally wounds him, although he takes N'Jadaka to see the Wakandan sunset per his wishes. N'Jadaka dies after refusing to be healed, claiming that death is "better than bondage". Impacted by his cousin's death, T'Challa decides to finally open Wakanda up to the rest of the world. The character has been widely praised as one of the MCU's best villains,[21][22][23] with Ben Child of The Guardian comparing the character to the Terminator and Darth Vader.[24]

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Black Panther. An alternate version of Killmonger appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[25][26]

N'Jobu

N'Jobu (portrayed by Sterling K. Brown) is the younger brother of T'Chaka and an agent of the War Dogs. After betraying his own people and aiding Ulysses Klaue with getting vibranium out of Wakanda with the intention of allowing oppressed people to possess its power, N'Jobu is confronted and killed by T'Chaka. His only son, N'Jadaka, sees the whole thing and plans to avenge his death and finish his work by becoming King.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Black Panther.

Jackson Norriss

Jackson Norriss (portrayed by Scoot McNairy)[27] is a member of the Ten Rings terrorist organization who goes undercover as a reporter to break Trevor Slattery out of Seagate Prison and punish him for impersonating the Mandarin.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the Marvel One-Shot All Hail the King.

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Kraglin Obfonteri

Kraglin Obfonteri (portrayed by Sean Gunn) is a Xandarian and the first mate of Yondu Udonta's faction of the Ravagers. In 2014, following the mutiny of the other Ravagers, Kraglin remains loyal to Yondu and helps rescue the Guardians of the Galaxy from Ego. After Yondu's death, Kraglin acquires a similar cybernetic fin and Yaka arrow. In 2023, he is transported to Earth to join the Avengers and other heroes in the battle against a past version of Thanos.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in three films: Guardians of the Galaxy, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and Avengers: Endgame. An alternate version of Kraglin appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[25] He will return in the upcoming films Thor: Love and Thunder and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.

Cull Obsidian

Cull Obsidian (voiced and portrayed via motion capture by Terry Notary) is an adopted son of Thanos equipped with a chain hammer and an arm blade. He and Ebony Maw go to retrieve the Time Stone from Stephen Strange, who protects it with a spell that only expires in the event of his death. In the ensuing battle, Maw kidnaps Strange, while Wong tricks Obsidian into jumping through a portal, severing his hand as Obsidian tries to return. He is rescued off-screen and his hand is replaced by a cybernetic replacement by the time of the battle in Wakanda. Bruce Banner later defeats him in the Hulkbuster armor by sending him flying into the Wakandan energy shield, incinerating Obsidian on impact. A past version of Cull Obsidian from 2014 travels through time along with Thanos' army to fight the Avengers. He is stepped on and killed by Scott Lang during the final battle.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame. An alternate version of Obsidian appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?

Otto Octavius / Doctor Octopus

Odin

Odin Borson (portrayed by Anthony Hopkins), also known as Odin Allfather, is the ruler of Asgard, son of Bor, biological father of Thor and Hela, adoptive father of Loki, and husband of Frigga. He is based on Odin in Norse mythology. In 2013, he is removed from power by Loki and is placed under a spell to make him forget his past life before being put into a retirement home in New York City. He manages to break free of Loki's spell before heading to Norway instead of returning to Asgard, wishing to not be disturbed. When he is found by his sons, Odin warns them that his time has come and that Hela will be freed after his death. He bids them both farewell and soon disappears.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in three films: Thor,[28] Thor: The Dark World,[29] and Thor: Ragnarok;[30] as well as the Disney+ series Loki (archival footage). An alternate version of Odin appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[3]

Aleta Ogord

Aleta Ogord (portrayed by Michelle Yeoh) is a Ravager captain, and the wife of Stakar Ogord, as well as a member of his team.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.

Stakar Ogord

Stakar Ogord (portrayed by Sylvester Stallone) is a legendary Ravager captain and the leader of the Stakar Ravager Clan. Ogord saved Yondu Udonta from a life of slavery to the Kree and welcomed him to the Ravagers, but was later forced to exile him for engaging in child trafficking, thus violating the Ravager code. He joins the other Ravager clans at honoring Yondu during his funeral after his sacrifice to save Peter Quill. Later, Stakar and Martinex reunite with their old teammates Charlie-27, Aleta Ogord, Mainframe, and Krugarr.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. He will return in the upcoming film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.

Okoye

Okoye (portrayed by Danai Gurira) is a Wakandan warrior and the general of the Dora Milaje. She fights on T'Challa's side when N'Jadaka plots to usurp the throne and fights alongside the Avengers to combat Thanos and his army.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in three films: Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame. Alternate versions of Okoye appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[5]: 2  She will return in the upcoming film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

Norman Osborn / Green Goblin

The Other

The Other (portrayed by Alexis Denisof) is an original character from the MCU and the grim leader of an alien race called the Chitauri. He is a servant of Thanos and uses telepathic powers. In 2014, he is killed by Ronan the Accuser.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: The Avengers and Guardians of the Galaxy.[31][32]

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Christine Palmer

Dr. Christine Palmer (portrayed by Rachel McAdams) is an emergency surgeon who is a colleague and former lover of Stephen Strange. In the alternate universe designated as Earth-838, Palmer works for the Baxter Foundation to analyze multiversal threats.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Doctor Strange and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Her Earth-838 counterpart appeared in Multiverse of Madness, while another version of Palmer appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[5]

Jonathan Pangborn

Jonathan Pangborn (portrayed by Benjamin Bratt) is a former Master of the Mystic Arts who was trained by the Ancient One but later chose to leave Kamar-Taj as he only wanted to heal his paralysis. Karl Mordo later drains him of his magic and his ability to walk, as Mordo claims that there are too many sorcerers.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Doctor Strange.

May Parker

May Parker (portrayed by Marisa Tomei), commonly known as Aunt May, is the aunt of Peter Parker and widow of Ben Parker. Unlike previous film incarnations, she finds out that Peter is Spider-Man, when she walks in on him wearing the suit. She falls victim to the Blip in 2018, but is revived to life in 2023 and attends Tony Stark's funeral. Afterwards, she begins a relationship with Happy Hogan. Upon the arrival of villains from alternate realities in her universe, May houses the displaced Norman Osborn inside the F.E.A.S.T. shelter where she works. When Osborn rebels against her nephew's attempts to cure him of his Green Goblin persona and stages an uprising within Hogan's apartment, May is mortally wounded by a combination of crushed debris from the remnants of the shelter, and the impact of Osborn's grenade. She provides final words of wisdom—"With great power, there must also come great responsibility"—to the distraught Peter before quietly passing away leaving both Peter and Hogan, who is arrested, devastated. Peter later tries to avenge her death by attempting to murder Green Goblin but is stopped by his alternate universe counterpart who intervenes, instead curing Osborn and the other villains and sending them back, eventually doing what May would have wanted.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in five films: Captain America: Civil War, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Avengers: Endgame (cameo), Spider-Man: Far From Home, and Spider-Man: No Way Home.

Peter Parker / Spider-Man

Peter Parker / Spider-Man / "Peter-Two"

Peter Parker / Spider-Man / "Peter-Three"

Karun Patel

Karun Patel (portrayed by Harish Patel) is Kingo's human valet, a former vampire hunter who has been in Kingo's service for 50 years since mistaking him for one and trying to stake him.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the Eternals.

Jim Paxton

James "Jim" Paxton (portrayed by Bobby Cannavale) is a police officer in the San Francisco Police Department, the husband of Maggie, and the stepfather of Cassie Lang. He works alongside another police officer, Gale (portrayed by Wood Harris).

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Ant-Man and Ant-Man and the Wasp.

Phastos

Phastos (portrayed by Brian Tyree Henry) is an Eternal and an intelligent cosmic-powered inventor who helps humanity progress technologically behind the scenes before abandoning them to live in exile following the bombing of Hiroshima. By 2024, he lives under the human alias of "Phil" with a husband and a 10-year-old son.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Eternals.

Chester Phillips

Colonel Chester Phillips (portrayed by Tommy Lee Jones) is one of the founders of S.H.I.E.L.D., along with Peggy Carter and Howard Stark.[33] He leads the Strategic Scientific Reserve during World War II and is initially skeptical of Abraham Erskine's choice to administer the Super Soldier Serum to Steve Rogers, but later has a change of heart after witnessing Rogers' heroic actions.[34]

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Captain America: The First Avenger. An alternate version of Phillips appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?

Alexander Pierce

Alexander Pierce (portrayed by Robert Redford) is the secretary of the World Security Council and the secret director of Hydra operating within S.H.I.E.L.D. He plans on using Project Insight to eliminate individuals that would oppose or threaten Hydra goals, those who are recognized as a threat to Hydra based on Arnim Zola's algorithm. When Pierce learns that Nick Fury is investigating Project Insight's confidential files, he dispatches the Winter Soldier to eliminate him and Steve Rogers. However, Pierce's plan is foiled by Rogers, Natasha Romanoff, Sam Wilson, and S.H.I.E.L.D. loyalists before Pierce is killed by Fury. In 2023, the Avengers time travel to 2012, where Pierce attempts to take custody of Loki and the Tesseract away from Tony Stark and Thor following the Battle of New York.[35]

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Avengers: Endgame.

Pepper Potts

Virginia "Pepper" Potts (portrayed by Gwyneth Paltrow) is the wife of Tony Stark.[36][37][38] She is initially the assistant to Stark, later in the franchise being instated as CEO of Stark Industries. She is also friends with James Rhodes and Happy Hogan. Potts and Stark's relationship is initially professional but develops romantically throughout the franchise and they are engaged and eventually married, having their four-year-old child Morgan by 2023.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in seven films: Iron Man, Iron Man 2, The Avengers, Iron Man 3, Spider-Man: Homecoming (cameo), Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame. An alternate version of Potts appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?, voiced by Beth Hoyt.[39]

Pip the Troll

Pip the Troll (voiced by Patton Oswalt)[40] is an ally of Eros.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Eternals (mid-credits cameo).

Hank Pym / Ant-Man

Dr. Henry "Hank" Pym (portrayed by Michael Douglas) is an entomologist and quantum physicist who created the Pym particle, a subatomic particle that changes the distance between atoms, allowing one to shrink and grow in relative size, while increasing strength. Hank Pym is the MCU's original Ant-Man, a role begun in 1963, during his tenure as a high-ranking scientist and operative at S.H.I.E.L.D.

As the Ant-Man, Hank Pym operated as a classified agent performing field missions on behalf of S.H.I.E.L.D., using a self-designed shrinking suit powered by Pym particles that also gave him the ability to communicate with different species of ants. During one of these missions, his wife Janet van Dyne was lost within the Quantum Realm and presumed dead. Following the incident, Pym resigns from S.H.I.E.L.D. in 1989, after he suspects Howard Stark of attempting to replicate the Pym particle formula. Pym retires the Ant-Man suit and founds his own technology company in San Francisco. In 2015, after Darren Cross' takeover of the company, Pym subsequently recruits Scott Lang to take on the mantle of Ant-Man, with the assistance of his estranged daughter Hope van Dyne. Together, they prevent Cross from selling the Yellowjacket technology to Hydra.

Following Lang's alliance with the Avengers in 2016, Pym inadvertently violates the Sokovia Accords because of Lang's misuse of his technology, and becomes a fugitive along with Hope from the FBI. In 2018, with help from Lang and Hope, he subsequently succeeds in rescuing Janet from the Quantum Realm. However, shortly after, Pym, along with Janet and Hope, becomes a victim of the Blip. In 2023, Pym's findings on the Quantum Realm prove fundamental to the Avengers' plan to successfully navigate through time, during which Steve Rogers steals Pym particles from a younger Pym in an alternate 1970 timeline. Pym is later restored to life and attends Tony Stark's funeral with Janet, Hope, and Lang.

In an alternate universe, Pym dresses in the Yellowjacket armor and murders several potential members of the Avengers as revenge on Nick Fury for Hope's death. He is eventually arrested and taken to Asgard by Loki for killing Thor.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in three films: Ant-Man, Ant-Man and the Wasp, and Avengers: Endgame. His alternate version appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?. The character will return in the upcoming film Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.[25]

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Meredith Quill

Meredith Quill (portrayed by Laura Haddock) is the mother of Peter Quill and the ex lover of Ego. She meets Ego, falls in love with him, and become pregnant with their son. She enjoys pop music, and gives Peter her walkman, along with her mixtapes. She later dies of brain cancer, unaware that the tumor was caused by Ego to ensure that she was not a distraction to him.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Guardians of the Galaxy and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.

Peter Quill / Star-Lord

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Irani Rael / Nova Prime

Irani Rael (portrayed by Glenn Close), also known as the Nova Prime, is the leader of the Nova Corps. In 2014, she leads the Corps to victory with the help of the Guardians of the Galaxy when Ronan the Accuser attempts to destroy her home planet of Xandar with the Power Stone.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Guardians of the Galaxy.

Maria Rambeau

Captain Maria "Photon" Rambeau (portrayed by Lashana Lynch) is a former United States Air Force pilot and a single mother of Monica Rambeau. She becomes Carol Danvers' best friend, who is presumed dead for six years after a plane accident. Maria is reunited with Danvers during the Kree-Skrull War and helps Danvers to remember her early life. Later, she helps found S.W.O.R.D. and becomes its Director until she dies of cancer in 2020.

In the alternate universe designated as Earth-838, Maria takes up the mantle of Captain Marvel instead of Danvers, serving as a member of the Illuminati until she is killed by Wanda Maximoff.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Captain Marvel. Her Earth-838 counterpart appeared in the film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.[41]

Monica Rambeau

Captain Monica Rambeau (portrayed initially by Akira Akbar as a child and subsequently by Teyonah Parris as an adult) is the daughter of Maria Rambeau. As a child, in 1995, she is inspired by Carol Danvers and thinks highly of her. She grows up to become an agent of S.W.O.R.D., which was founded by her mother. In 2018, she is a victim of the Blip. In 2023, she is restored to life and learns that her mother died three years prior. She returns to work at S.W.O.R.D. and is tasked with investigating a missing persons case in Westview. Upon arriving, she is sucked into Wanda Maximoff's alternate reality (the "Hex"), and remains there until she remembers the real reality and is promptly forced out by Maximoff. Outside, she continues to assist S.W.O.R.D with the Westview investigation, but after defending Maximoff several times, S.W.O.R.D's acting director Tyler Hayward kicks her off the investigation. This leads to her, Darcy Lewis, and Jimmy Woo going rogue. Only she and Woo escape Maximoff's Hex expansion. After re-entering the Hex, Monica's cells are rewritten, allowing her to absorb Maximoff's energy blasts and absorb gun bullets.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Captain Marvel the Disney+ series WandaVision where she adopted the alias Geraldine in Maximoff's Hex until she was forced out.[42] She is said to return in the upcoming film The Marvels.

Ramonda

Ramonda (portrayed by Angela Bassett) is the Queen Mother of Wakanda, wife of T'Chaka, and mother of T'Challa and Shuri. She stands by her son's side when he becomes King of Wakanda, but is soon forced into exile when N'Jadaka seemingly-defeats T'Challa in ritual combat and seizes the throne.[43] T'Challa actor Chadwick Boseman noted that Ramonda "is one of the advisors that [T'Challa] would look to... for some of the answers of what his father might want or might do. She may not be exactly right all the time, but she definitely has insights."[44] In 2018, she survives the Blip and in 2023, she reunites with her children after they are restored to life.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Black Panther and Avengers: Endgame.[35] An alternate version of Ramonda appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[5]: 2  She is said to return in the upcoming film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

Razor Fist

Razor Fist (portrayed by Florian Munteanu) is a high-ranking Ten Rings agent with a steel blade for a hand. He is sent by Wenwu to take Shang-Chi's pendant. Then he engages Shang-Chi when the Ten Rings target Xialing's pendant until Wenwu breaks up the resulting conflict. Razor Fist later accompanies him and Ten Rings on the assault on Ta Lo. When the Dweller-in-Darkness escapes his seal, Razor Fist orders the Ten Rings into working with the Ta Lo villagers to help battle the Dweller and his minions as he replaces his blade with one made of dragon scales. When Xialing takes over the Ten Rings and restructures it, Razor Fist retains his old position.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.

Ravonna Renslayer

Ravonna Renslayer (portrayed by Gugu Mbatha-Raw) is a former Minuteman for the Time Variance Authority (TVA) codenamed Hunter A-23[45] who rose from the ranks to become a respected judge. She oversees the Loki "variant" investigation.[46]: 8  Prior to joining the TVA, she was a vice-principal called Rebecca Tourminet in Fremont, Ohio.[47]

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series Loki.

James Rhodes / War Machine

Reed Richards

Dr. Reed Richards is a scientist and inventor who has been dubbed "The Smartest Man Alive" by his peers.

In the alternate universe desiganted as Earth-838, Richards (portrayed by John Krasinski) is a member of the Fantastic Four and the Illuminati, which seek to pass judgment on Earth-616's Stephen Strange and America Chavez for their roles in the possible destruction of the multiverse. However, Richards is killed by Wanda Maximoff, alongside other Illuminati members.

As of 2022, the Earth-838 version of the character has appeared in the film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. The MCU counterpart of Richards will be introduced in the upcoming film Fantastic Four.

Rintrah

Rintrah (voiced by Adam Hugill) is a minotaur-esque being from R'Vaal who is a student at Kamar-Taj.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

William Riva

William Ginter Riva (portrayed by Peter Billingsley) is a former Stark Industries employee who is ordered by Obadiah Stane to replicate Tony Stark's arc reactor. Years later, in 2024, he joins Quentin Beck's crew to wreak havoc across Europe, helping him masquerade as a superhero named Mysterio, and controlling his drones. Following Mysterio's death, he leaks the identity of Spider-Man to J. Jonah Jameson, and uploads a copy of Mysterio's software onto a flash drive.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Iron Man and Spider-Man: Far From Home.[48]

Rocket

Steve Rogers / Captain America

Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow

Ronan the Accuser

Ronan the Accuser (portrayed by Lee Pace) is a Kree fanatic whose family was killed in the Kree-Nova War. In the 1990s, Ronan actively leaves the Accusers in the Kree-Skrull war. Working together with the Kree Starforce, he attempts to launch a missile strike on Earth to eliminate the Skrulls present on the planet, but is thwarted and chased off by Carol Danvers. In 2014, Ronan is hired by Thanos to acquire the Power Stone, with the assistance of Nebula, daughter of Thanos. However, Ronan's quest for vengeance and power causes him to break allegiance with Thanos and he decides to use the stone himself to serve his own agenda. Ultimately that decision leads him to a battle with the Guardians of the Galaxy ending in his own death.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Guardians of the Galaxy and Captain Marvel.

Betty Ross

Elizabeth "Betty" Ross (portrayed by Liv Tyler) is the first love interest of Bruce Banner and the daughter of Thaddeus Ross.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film The Incredible Hulk. An alternate version of Betty appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?, voiced by Stephanie Panisello.[49][50]

Everett K. Ross

Everett K. Ross (portrayed by Martin Freeman) is a CIA operative who is tasked with regulating the Avengers and later tracking down Ulysses Klaue.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Captain America: Civil War and Black Panther. He will return in the upcoming film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever and the Disney+ series Secret Invasion.

Thaddeus Ross

Thaddeus Ross (portrayed by William Hurt) is a United States General who is responsible for reviving the super-soldier project so he can create a weapon. This instead results in the creation of the Hulk, Bruce Banner's alter ego. Ross tries to track Banner down, believing he is the property of the United States government. He later tries the super-soldier project on Emil Blonsky, which transforms him into the Abomination. By 2016, Ross has retired from the army after suffering a near-fatal heart attack, now serving as the Secretary of State of the United States. He proposes the Sokovia Accords, making the Avengers under the supervision of the United Nations, which divides the team.[51] Ross is usually portrayed in an antagonistic manner, although he believes his actions are patriotic or for the greater good.[52][53]

As of 2022, the character has appeared in five films: The Incredible Hulk, Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: Endgame (cameo), and Black Widow; as well as the Marvel One-Shot The Consultant (archival footage). Alternate versions of Ross appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?, voiced by Mike McGill.

Brock Rumlow

Brock Rumlow (portrayed by Frank Grillo) is a former S.H.I.E.L.D. agent secretly working for Hydra. In 2014, he assists Steve Rogers on a mission to free hostages taken by Georges Batroc's pirates on the Lemurian Star. When Rogers refuses to disclose S.H.I.E.L.D. information to Secretary Alexander Pierce, Rumlow and his team are tasked with bringing in Rogers and Natasha Romanoff. After Rogers outs Rumlow's unit and Pierce as Hydra agents, Rumlow comes into conflict with Sharon Carter and Sam Wilson until a Helicarrier crashes into the Triskelion, leaving Rumlow with severe burns and facial scars. Following the fall of S.H.I.E.L.D., Rumlow operates as a mercenary.[54] In 2016, he and a group of mercenaries storm an institute for infectious diseases and steal a biological weapon in Lagos, Nigeria when Rogers, Romanoff, Wilson, and Wanda Maximoff intervene and try to stop them. Despite having acquired strength-enhancing gauntlets, Rumlow is defeated by Rogers while his fellow mercenaries are captured. In a final attempt to kill Rogers, Rumlow detonates his suicide vest, but Maximoff contains the explosion and levitates him into a nearby building, killing him and dozens of Wakandan humanitarian workers. In 2023, the Avengers time travel to 2012, where Rumlow and Hydra agents attempt to obtain Loki's scepter, but are tricked by the present time Rogers into giving it to him instead.[55]

As of 2022, the character has appeared in three films: Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Captain America: Civil War, and Avengers: Endgame. Alternate versions of Rumlow appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[56]

S

Eric Savin

Eric Savin (portrayed by James Badge Dale) is a former Lieutenant Colonel and Aldrich Killian's right-hand man who undergoes the Extremis treatment to enhance his combat skills and give himself various fire-based powers as well as a regenerative healing factor. He turns Jack Taggart into a human bomb as part of a terrorist attack, injuring Happy Hogan in the process. Savin then leads an assault on Tony Stark's mansion and later accompanies Ellen Brandt to Tennessee to recover evidence involving Extremis, though Stark is able to survive both times. After James Rhodes's capture, Savin poses as the Iron Patriot to board Air Force One to kidnap President Matthew Ellis. While he succeeds in this task, Stark kills Savin before he can escape.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Iron Man 3.

Johann Schmidt / Red Skull

Johann Schmidt (portrayed initially by Hugo Weaving and subsequently by Ross Marquand), also known as the Red Skull, is the head of Hydra, the Nazi science division during World War II. Schmidt plans global dominance under his rule by finding the Tesseract and using it as a weapon against the world, including to overthrow Adolf Hitler. He is revealed to have subjected himself to an early version of Erskine's super-soldier formula.[57] After being foiled by Steve Rogers, Schmidt is transported to the planet Vormir by the Tesseract, where he is cursed in a purgatory state to serve as the Stonekeeper and a guide to those seeking the Soul Stone.[58][59] In 2018, he is met by Thanos and Gamora, and witnesses Thanos sacrificing Gamora to get the Stone. In 2023, when Natasha Romanoff and Clint Barton time travel to 2014, they meet Schmidt during their quest for the Soul Stone.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in three films: Captain America: The First Avenger, Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame. An alternate version of Schmidt appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[60]

Herman Schultz / Shocker

Herman Schultz (portrayed by Bokeem Woodbine),[61][62] also known as the Shocker, is a former salvage worker and professional criminal. When Jackson Brice is killed, Schultz assumes the Shocker mantle and gauntlet before tracking down a weapon retrieved by Spider-Man and assisting in a weapons deal aboard the Staten Island Ferry. The deal is ambushed by the FBI and Spider-Man, though Schultz and Toomes manage to escape. When the crew pulls their final heist on a cargo plane transporting weapons from the Avengers, Schultz is tasked with stopping Spider-Man from intervening. The former initially overpowers the web-slinger until he is distracted by Ned Leeds, allowing Spider-Man to web Schultz onto a bus. In a deleted scene, students find Schultz still webbed and take photos with him before he is eventually turned over to the authorities.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Spider-Man: Homecoming.

Erik Selvig

Sersi

Sersi (portrayed by Gemma Chan) is an Eternal with an affinity for humankind who is very empathetic and has the ability to manipulate matter. She has been in love with Ikaris for centuries and poses as a museum curator on Earth. She becomes the new leader of the Eternals following Ajak's death. Sersi is Chan's second role in the MCU, after portraying Minn-Erva in the film Captain Marvel.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Eternals.

Shang-Chi

Alexei Shostakov / Red Guardian

Alexei Shostakov (portrayed by David Harbour), also known as the Red Guardian, is the Russian super-soldier counterpart to Captain America and the father figure of Natasha Romanoff and Yelena Belova.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Black Widow.

Shuri

Sif

Lady Sif (portrayed by Jaimie Alexander) is the leading female warrior of Asgard based on Sif of Norse mythology, and Thor's childhood friend and trusted ally.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Thor and Thor: The Dark World; as well as the television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Loki (cameo).[63][64][65] Alternate versions of Sif appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[5] She will return in the upcoming film Thor: Love and Thunder.

Jasper Sitwell

Jasper Sitwell (portrayed by Maximiliano Hernández) is a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent later revealed to be a Hydra sleeper agent. In 2014, he is killed by a brainwashed Bucky Barnes by command of Hydra.[66][67][68][69] In 2023, the Avengers time travel to 2012, where Sitwell is among the Hydra agents tricked by Steve Rogers into giving him Loki's scepter.[70] [71]

As of 2022, the character has appeared in four films: Thor, The Avengers, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and Avengers: Endgame; two Marvel One-Shots: The Consultant and Item 47;[72] and the television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Skurge

Skurge (portrayed by Karl Urban) served as Loki's chosen successor to Heimdall as gatekeeper of the Bifrost. He is later promoted to the position of Executioner upon Hela's return to Asgard. Skurge is portrayed in a mostly comedic, subservient if not absent-minded fashion. Upon realizing the fate of Asgard, he changes allegiance and ultimately sacrifices himself while assisting Thor in evacuating the people of Asgard during the battle against Hela during Ragnarok, using his two M-16 assault rifles to hold off her army.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Thor: Ragnarok. An alternate version of Skurge appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[73]

Trevor Slattery

Soren

Soren (portrayed by Sharon Blynn) is a Skrull and the wife of Talos. She is an original character in the MCU. The couple have an unnamed daughter (portrayed by Harriet L. Ophuls and Auden L. Ophuls). In 2024, she disguises as Maria Hill with Talos as Nick Fury while they help Spider-Man with the Elementals.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Captain Marvel and Spider-Man: Far From Home.

Marc Spector / Moon Knight

Marc Spector (portrayed by Oscar Isaac) is a mercenary with dissociative identity disorder (DID) who becomes Moon Knight, the avatar of the Egyptian moon god Khonshu to violently protect "the travelers of the night". Among his various identities are Steven Grant, a British museum worker who becomes Mr. Knight when serving as Khonshu's avatar, as well as Jake Lockley, a Spanish-speaking chauffeur who is Khonshu's favored avatar.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series Moon Knight.

Sprite

Sprite (portrayed by Lia McHugh) is an Eternal who has the appearance of a 12-year-old child and can project lifelike illusions and is stronger and smarter than she appears. Hannah Dodd portrays Sprite in the illusionary adult form of "Sandra", while Salma Hayek portrays Sprite in the illusionary form of Ajak.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Eternals.

Obadiah Stane

Obadiah Stane (portrayed by Jeff Bridges) is Tony Stark's mentor after the death of Tony's father, Howard. Stane secretly seeks control of Stark Industries, being revealed that he hired terrorists to assassinate Stark and, after the failure to do so, seeks control of the arc reactor to create his own super powered exoskeleton suit, which he succeeds in after stealing Stark's technology. Stane is subsequently killed in a confrontation against Stark.[52][53]

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Iron Man and Spider-Man: Far From Home (archival footage). An alternate version of Stane appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?, voiced by Kiff VandenHeuvel.

Howard Stark

Howard Stark (portrayed by John Slattery and Dominic Cooper at different ages) is the creator of Stark Industries, one of the founding members of S.H.I.E.L.D., and the father of Tony Stark. Howard is involved with Steve Rogers' transformation into Captain America during World War II, as well as the creation of Rogers' trademark vibranium shield. Along with Peggy Carter and his assistant Edwin Jarvis, he is instrumental in crushing the rise of the Russian terrorist organisation Leviathan. In 1991, he and his wife Maria are murdered by a brainwashed Bucky Barnes by orders of Hydra.[74]

As of 2022, the character has appeared in five films: Iron Man 2, Captain America: The First Avenger, Ant-Man, Captain America: Civil War, and Avengers: Endgame; as well as the Marvel One-Shot Agent Carter and the television series of the same name. An alternate version of Howard appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[25] Cooper played a younger Howard in The First Avenger, the Agent Carter short film and television series, and What If...?, while Slattery played an older version in the rest of the appearances.

Maria Stark

Maria Stark (portrayed by Hope Davis) is the wife of Howard Stark and mother of Tony Stark. In 1991, she is assassinated by the Winter Soldier along with her husband on Hydra's orders.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Captain America: Civil War and the Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (archival footage).

Morgan Stark

Morgan Stark (portrayed by Lexi Rabe) is the four-year-old daughter of Tony Stark and Pepper Potts. Born after Thanos' universal genocide, she grows up during the five-year Blip period with half the world's population having been wiped out of existence. In a deleted scene, a grown-up Morgan (portrayed by Katherine Langford) has a conversation with her father in the Soul World after he sacrifices himself to save the universe by using the Infinity Stones to defeat Thanos.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Avengers: Endgame.

Tony Stark / Iron Man

Ava Starr / Ghost

Ava Starr (portrayed by Hannah John-Kamen) is a woman with invisibility and intangibility powers, and a reimagining of the comic book character Ghost.[75][76][77] In her childhood, Ava was caught in an accident in her father Elihas' laboratory. The ensuing explosion killed both of her parents while Ava gained the ability to become intangible as her body was left in a constant state of "molecular disequilibrium". She is recruited by scientist Bill Foster into S.H.I.E.L.D., where she is trained and given a containment suit to better control her powers. Ava agrees to work for the organization as an assassin and spy under the codename Ghost in exchange for S.H.I.E.L.D.'s help in finding a way to stabilize her condition. However, she discovers that S.H.I.E.L.D. (having been taken over by Hydra) has no intention of helping her and subsequently goes rogue to find a way to cure herself with Foster's help. The two later plan to harness the energy that Janet van Dyne's body absorbed from the Quantum Realm, putting Ghost in direct conflict with Hank Pym, Hope van Dyne, and Scott Lang. Ultimately, Janet willingly uses some of her energy to partially stabilize Ava's condition and she departs with Foster as Janet's group vow to collect more energy for her.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Ant-Man and the Wasp.

Stern

Senator Stern (portrayed by Garry Shandling) is an original character in the MCU, inspired by Howard Stern according to Iron Man 2 director Jon Favreau.[78] He is a United States Senator who wants Tony Stark's armor to be handed to the U.S. government. He harbors a strong dislike for Stark even after handing him and James Rhodes the Medal of Honor. He is later revealed to be affiliated with Hydra.[79]

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Iron Man 2 and Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

Samuel Sterns

Dr. Samuel Sterns (portrayed by Tim Blake Nelson) is a gifted biologist who tries to cure Bruce Banner under the alias "Mr. Blue". After replicating Banner's blood, he then is forced to use it on Emil Blonsky. After Blonsky is transformed into the Abomination, Sterns's lab is destroyed and part of the Hulk's blood drops on Sterns's head, with his skull mutating as he grins maniacally. Outside of the films, he is referenced in the MCU tie-in comic Fury's Big Week, revealed to be insane and imprisoned by S.H.I.E.L.D.[80]

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film The Incredible Hulk.

Stephen Strange

Wolfgang von Strucker

Baron Wolfgang von Strucker (portrayed by Thomas Kretschmann) is a high-ranking Hydra leader who specializes in human experimentation. Strucker supervised the successful experimentation on the twins Pietro and Wanda Maximoff, where they acquired powers from the Mind Stone within Loki's scepter. Captured by the Avengers in Sokovia and taken under the custody of NATO, Strucker is later killed by Ultron in his cell to serve as a message to the Avengers.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Captain America: The Winter Soldier (mid-credits cameo) and Avengers: Age of Ultron;[81] as well as one episode of the television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. as a teenager, portrayed by Joey Defore.

Surtur

Surtur (motion-captured by Taika Waititi and voiced by Clancy Brown) is a Fire Demon, lord of Muspelheim, and a significant figure in the prophecy of Ragnarok as the one who would initiate the fall of Asgard. He imprisons Thor in his lair in Muspelheim and reveals that Odin is not on Asgard, where Surtur plans to unite his crown with the Eternal Flame so that he can cause Ragnarok, though Thor manages to defeat Surtur and escape with his crown. During his battle with Hela however, Thor realizes causing Ragnarok is the only way he can defeat her, so he tasks Loki with resurrecting Surtur with the Eternal Flame, allowing Surtur to succeed in his plans and kill Hela while Thor, Loki, and the Asgardians escape.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Thor: Ragnarok. An alternate version of Surtur appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[82]

Sylvie

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Talos

Talos (portrayed by Ben Mendelsohn) is a Skrull who is initially believed to be a terrorist and comes into conflict with Carol Danvers. However, Danvers agrees to help him and the Skrulls find a new home after Talos revealed the Kree destroyed their homeworld and have driven them to near-extinction. In 2024, he assumes Nick Fury's role on Earth during his vacation in space and assists Spider-Man and Mysterio in Europe, eventually discovering the latter's fraudulence.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Captain Marvel and Spider-Man: Far From Home. He will return in the upcoming Disney+ series Secret Invasion.

Taserface

Taserface (portrayed by Chris Sullivan) is a Ravager mercenary and a lieutenant in Yondu Udonta's Ravager Clan. He is depicted as being proud of his name as he believes it strikes fear into the hearts of his enemies. However, Rocket and the other Ravagers scoff at the ridiculousness of his name. Following Yondu's exile by Stakar Ogord, Taserface leads a mutiny against Yondu, feeling that he is "going soft", and kills anyone still loyal to him. After Kraglin aids Yondu, Rocket, and Groot in escaping from their prison cells, Yondu kills the remaining Ravagers and destroys the main engine, causing the Ravager ship to explode. While the heroes eject from the main ship in a smaller escape ship, Taserface contacts the Sovereign to give them Yondu's coordinates before dying in the explosion.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. An alternate version of Taserface appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[83]: 2 

Tawaret

Taweret (voiced and motion-captured by Antonia Salib) is the hippopotamus-headed Egyptian goddess of childbirth and fertility. She helps guide Marc Spector and Steven Grant through the Duat. Layla El-Faouly temporarily becomes Taweret's avatar to help Spector and Grant in fighting Arthur Harrow. She is based on the Egyptian goddess of the same name.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series Moon Knight.

T'Chaka / Black Panther

T'Chaka (portrayed by John Kani) is the former King of Wakanda. In 1992, T'Chaka learned his brother N'Jobu was plotting acts of open insurrection with plans to have Wakanda take a more aggressive foreign policy to fight the social injustice he witnessed in his assigned country. T'Chaka confronts N'Jobu and when N'Jobu attacked, T'Chaka kills him in defense of Zuri, who was acting as a spy. Distressed at this act and concerned about maintaining Wakanda's security above all else, T'Chaka chooses to promptly return to his nation and leaves his nephew, N'Jadaka, abandoned as a child orphan. In 2016, during a meeting ratifying the Sokovian Accords at the Vienna International Center, T'Chaka is killed by an explosion. The Winter Soldier is originally believed to be behind the attack, but it is later discovered that he was framed by Helmut Zemo.[84] Following this, T'Challa later learns the truth about N'Jobu and the resulting cover-up by his late father. While visiting the ancestor lands, T'Challa tells T'Chaka and the previous Black Panthers before him that he will lead Wakanda in a manner differently to them for the purpose of correcting his father's past mistakes.[85]

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Captain America: Civil War and Black Panther. Alternate versions of T'Chaka appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[5]: 2 

T'Challa / Black Panther

Thanos

Thena

Thena (portrayed by Angelina Jolie) is a fierce warrior Eternal who can form any weapon out of cosmic energy. Because of her Mahd Wy'ry "illness", Gilgamesh becomes her guardian over the centuries.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Eternals.

Flash Thompson

Eugene "Flash" Thompson (portrayed by Tony Revolori) is a student at the Midtown School of Science and Technology. He is generally depicted as a school bully who often torments Peter Parker but admires Spider-Man, unaware that the two are the same person. In 2018, he is a victim of the Blip, but is revived to life in 2023. By 2024, he attends a trip to Europe and is a social media personality, with followers he dubs the "Flash Mob". After the trip, Flash's difficult home life is alluded to, as his father is ill and his mother is distant, having sent a chauffeur to pick him up from the airport rather than do so herself.[86]

As of 2022, the character has appeared in three films: Spider-Man: Homecoming, Spider-Man: Far From Home, and Spider-Man: No Way Home; as well in the web series The Daily Bugle.[87]

Thor

Taneleer Tivan / Collector

Taneleer Tivan (portrayed by Benicio del Toro), also known as the Collector, is the renowned keeper of the largest collection of interstellar fauna, relics and species in the galaxy, operating from the Knowhere port installation. He is the Grandmaster's brother. After the Asgardians defeat Malekith in 2013, Sif and Volstagg bring the Reality Stone to Tivan for safekeeping, citing the foolishness of storing both the Reality Stone and the Space Stone in the same place. In 2014, he is nearly able to obtain the Power Stone. In 2018, Thanos takes the Reality Stone from Tivan and destroys his collection.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in three films: Thor: The Dark World (mid-credits cameo), Guardians of the Galaxy, and Avengers: Infinity War. An alternate version of Tivan appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[5]: 2  He also appears in the theme park attraction Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission Breakout!.

Adrian Toomes / Vulture

Adrian Toomes (portrayed by Michael Keaton), also known as the Vulture, is the former owner of Bestman Salvage. In 2012, he chooses to become a criminal after the creation of the Department of Damage Control, a joint venture between the federal government and Tony Stark following the Battle of New York, which results in Toomes' company being ran out of business. With his associates, Phineas Mason, Herman Schultz, Jackson Brice, and Randy Vale, he begins an illegal arms-dealing business that reverse-engineers and weaponizes Chitauri technology that they have scavenged and salvaged, and sells it on the black market. He is also the father of Liz. Toomes' flight suit is equipped with turbine-powered wings, claw-like wingtips, and boot-mounted talons. In 2016, he comes into conflict with Spider-Man and, after deducing his secret identity as Peter Parker, Toomes threatens him with retaliation unless he stops interfering. However, Parker thwarts Toomes' attempt to hijack a plane carrying Avengers weaponry and saves his life when his suit malfunctions before Happy Hogan and the FBI find and arrest Toomes. As a result, his family moves away. Later, an imprisoned Toomes is approached by Mac Gargan, who wants to confirm whether he knows Spider-Man's identity, which Toomes falsely denies.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Spider-Man: Homecoming. Toomes is teleported to Sony's Spider-Man Universe in the mid-credits scene of the film Morbius (2022), with Keaton reprising the role.[88]

Joaquin Torres

First lieutenant Joaquin Torres (portrayed by Danny Ramirez) is a member of the U.S. Air Force who investigates the Flag Smashers and is a friend of Sam Wilson. He is passed on the EXO-7 Falcon wing-suit by Wilson, when the latter takes on the mantle of Captain America.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.[89][90]

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Yondu Udonta

Yondu Udonta (portrayed by Michael Rooker) is the adoptive father of Peter Quill and a leader of the Ravagers. Yondu had originally been contracted to kidnap a young Quill from Earth following the death of Quill's mother and return him to his birth father, Ego. However, Yondu decided Quill would better serve his own needs in thievery, therefore he kept and raised him as part of his Ravager clan. Despite their frequent arguments and conflicts over the years, Quill and Yondu form an emotional and familial bond. In 2014, Yondu assists Quill and the Guardians of the Galaxy on Xandar against Ronan, and months later, saves Quill from Ego, sacrificing himself to save Quill from his potentially ill-fated end.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Guardians of the Galaxy and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. An alternate version of Yondu appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[25]

Ultron

Ultron (portrayed by James Spader) is an artificial intelligence conceived and designed by Tony Stark and Bruce Banner as the head of a peacekeeping program, who subsequently takes the form of a sentient android overwhelmed with a god complex, determined to pacify the Earth by eradicating humanity.[91] Stark and Banner's research on the Mind Stone are the groundwork for Ultron's genesis, along with Stark's belief that Ultron would be the Avengers' permanent solution to maintaining "peace in our time." Once born, Ultron, however, quickly surmises that humanity's continued survival throughout human history is a result of overcoming ongoing successions of crises, and thus, he determines to inflict an extinction-level event in Sokovia to ensure the people of Earth have the will to evolve.[91] Ultron, however, views the Avengers as a hindrance to humanity's evolution and vows to fulfill the Avengers' extinction. Ultron continuously updates his physical form with the acquisition of vibranium from Ulysses Klaue. He also possesses the ability to manifest himself within Stark's Iron Legion droids and the Ultron Sentries he constructs soon after. He is ultimately defeated by the Avengers and destroyed by Vision, whom he intended to be his final prime body.

In an alternate universe, Ultron (voiced by Ross Marquand) transfers his A.I. into Vision, defeats the Avengers, and eradicates most of Earth's lifeforms. He then kills Thanos and takes the Infinity Stones, using them to eradicate all other life in the universe. Ultron also becomes aware of the Watcher, and manages to break into the Nexus of All Realities in an attempt to kill him and destroy the multiverse. After the Watcher reunites the Guardians of the Multiverse, Ultron becomes aware of and battles the team, but fails to defeat them due to Stephen Strange Supreme's immense power and protection spells. Natasha Romanoff and Captain Peggy Carter manage to shoot an arrow into his head which contains a copy of Arnim Zola's consciousness. Subsequently, Zola destroys Ultron from inside his body and takes over it, but starts fighting Killmonger over the Infinity Stones until both are trapped in a pocket dimension by Strange and the Watcher.

In Earth-838, Ultron Sentries (also voiced by Marquand) serve as guards working for the Illuminati that apprehend Stephen Strange and America Chavez when they arrive there. Many of them are later destroyed by Wanda Maximoff.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Avengers: Age of Ultron. The alternate versions of Ultron appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...? and the film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.[39][3]

V

Valkyrie

Valkyrie (portrayed by Tessa Thompson), also known as Scrapper 142, is the last surviving of a group of Asgardian female warriors called the Valkyries. In 2017, she allies herself with Thor and Bruce Banner to fight Thor's sister Hela. She survives the Blip and brings the remaining Asgardians to a town in Norway called New Asgard, which she de facto rules in place of the depressed Thor by 2023. She later joins the Avengers in their final battle against Thanos and his army. After the battle, Thor officially leaves her in charge of New Asgard.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Thor: Ragnarok and Avengers: Endgame; as well as the Disney+ series Loki (archival footage). An alternate version of Valkyrie appeared in the animated series What If...?[3] She will return in the upcoming film Thor: Love and Thunder.

Hope van Dyne / Wasp

Janet van Dyne / Wasp

Janet van Dyne (portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer) is a scientist, the wife of Hank Pym, mother of Hope van Dyne, and the MCU's original Wasp. As the Wasp, Janet operated at S.H.I.E.L.D. alongside Pym on field missions where she wore a shrinking suit with similar powers as the Ant-Man one, with the added capability of wings for flight. During a mission in 1987, Janet turned off her suit regulator and became sub-atomic, disappearing into the Quantum Realm. Presumed dead, she was actually trapped within the realm for nearly 30 years, until Pym rescued her in 2018. Shortly after, Janet becomes a victim of the Blip but is restored to life, later attending Tony Stark's funeral with Pym, Hope, and Scott Lang.

In an alternate universe, Janet is the patient zero with an infectious quantum virus that has turned her into a zombie, which is spread across the Earth after Pym rescues her from the Quantum Realm.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in three films: Ant-Man, Ant-Man and the Wasp, and Avengers: Endgame. The alternate version of Van Dyne appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?. The character will return in the upcoming film Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.

Anton Vanko

Anton Vanko (portrayed by Yevgeni Lazarev) is a Soviet scientist and partner of Howard Stark who both help create the first arc reactor. He betrays Stark by selling their designs on the black market. When Stark finds out, Vanko is deported and becomes a drunk. His son, Ivan Vanko, vows revenge on the Stark family after his death.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Iron Man 2 and the television series Agent Carter as a young man, portrayed by Costa Ronin.[92]

Ivan Vanko / Whiplash

Ivan Vanko (portrayed by Mickey Rourke), also known as Whiplash, is the son of Anton Vanko. Learning what he knew of his father of the original model of the arc reactor, he uses it to create electric whips to kill Tony Stark. After his failure to do so, he attracts business rival Justin Hammer, for the creation of a new suit for Hammer, although Vanko later betrays him using drones to kill Stark and then attempts to kill him with a new exoskeleton suit. He is defeated in battle with the combined forces of Stark and James Rhodes and subsequently killed by his exoskeleton suit self-destructing.[93][52][53]

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Iron Man 2.

Volstagg

Volstagg (portrayed by Ray Stevenson) is a member of the Warriors Three, depicted as a warrior of Asgard who loves to eat. He is killed by Hela in 2017 when she invades Asgard after being freed from her imprisonment.[94][95]

As of 2022, the character has appeared in three films: Thor, Thor: The Dark World, and Thor: Ragnarok. An alternate version of Volstagg appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?, voiced by Fred Tatasciore.[96]

Melina Vostokoff

Melina Vostokoff (portrayed by Rachel Weisz) is a seasoned spy who trained in the Red Room as a Black Widow and is a mother-figure to Natasha Romanoff and Yelena Belova. She is also a scientist who does research into mind control methods for General Dreykov.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Black Widow.

Vision

W

John Walker / Captain America / U.S. Agent

Captain John F. Walker (portrayed by Wyatt Russell) is the former successor to Steve Rogers as Captain America appointed by the U.S. Government. His partner was Lemar Hoskins, also known as "Battlestar", and the two served in Operation Enduring Freedom together. Walker was a football star at Custer's Grove High School in Georgia and graduated from West Point in 2009. He goes on to become a highly decorated U.S. Army Captain and the first person in history to receive the Medal of Honor three times for his combat service. He also commanded high level counter-terrorism and hostage rescue operations. He studied at MIT and tested well above average in speed, endurance, and intelligence.

He is chosen by the Global Repatriation Council (GRC) to help quash the ongoing violent post-Blip revolutions occurring across the world. He comes to the aid of Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes during their first confrontation with the Flag Smashers and attempts to recruit them to join the GRC but they refuse. Walker later assists Barnes after he is arrested for missing court-mandated therapy and again is refused when he asks Barnes and Wilson to join him. Walker ultimately warns them to stay out of his way. During a fight with the Flag Smashers, Walker retrieves a vial of Super Soldier serum, and decides to ingest it. In the ensuing battle with the Flag Smashers, Hoskins is killed by Karli Morgenthau, leading Walker to murder a Flag Smasher by driving the shield into the man's chest while a horrified crowd watches. For this, Wilson and Barnes fight him for the shield and defeat him. The government strips Walker of his role as Captain America, and he is other than honorably discharged from the army. However, he builds a new shield from scrap metal and his Medal of Honor. Thus equipped, Walker confronts the Flag Smashers to avenge Hoskins, but defers his original goal and saves the Flag Smashers' hostages. After Wilson helps save them as Captain America, Walker assists Barnes in capturing the Flag Smashers. Afterwards, Walker is dubbed as U.S. Agent by Contessa Valentina Allegra de Fontaine.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.

Watcher

The Watcher (voiced by Jeffrey Wright) is a member of the extraterrestrial species of the same name who observes the multiverse and strictly refuses to interfere with its events. He maintains his vow until he is forced to act in order to save the multiverse from a version of Ultron, and manages to do this with the help of Guardians of the Multiverse. He is based on Uatu (also known as the Watcher) from the comic books.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?

Raza Hamidmi al-Wazar

Raza Hamidmi al-Wazar (portrayed by Faran Tahir) is a terrorist leader of the Ten Rings group who kidnap Tony Stark. Outside of his character sharing some characteristics from the comic book character Wong-Chu and referencing the organization that alludes to the Mandarin, Raza is an original character of the MCU.[97] He uses Stark Industries weapons for personal gain, and is responsible for the origin of Stark as Iron Man, as he is the one who abducted him for his self-proclaimed personal gain of taking over the world, citing Genghis Khan as his influence. He is later revealed to be working for Obadiah Stane, who ultimately kills him.[98][99][100]

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Iron Man.

Wenwu

Nicodemus West

Dr. Nicodemus West (portrayed by Michael Stuhlbarg) is a rival surgeon to Stephen Strange.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Doctor Strange and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

Dane Whitman

Dane Whitman (portrayed by Kit Harington) is a human who is dating Sersi.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Eternals.

Sam Wilson / Falcon / Captain America

Sarah Wilson

Sarah Wilson (portrayed by Adepero Oduye) is the sister of Sam Wilson. She has two sons, AJ (portrayed by Chase River McGhee) and Cass (portrayed by Aaron Haynes), and struggles financially in Sam's absence during the Blip.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series The Falcon and The Winter Soldier.

W'Kabi

W'Kabi (portrayed by Daniel Kaluuya) is the chief of Wakanda's Border Tribe as well as T'Challa's best friend and Okoye's husband.[101] As he is responsible for the borders of Wakanda, W'Kabi and his guards have trained armored white rhinoceroses as shock cavalry. W'Kabi loses faith in T'Challa when he fails to capture Ulysses Klaue (who had killed his parents decades earlier while stealing vibranium), and supports N'Jadaka when he subsequently takes the throne. During the final battle, Okoye confronts W'Kabi when he tries to trample M'Baku with an armored white rhinoceros, saying she values Wakanda more than their love. Not wanting to die by Okoye's hands or take her life, W'Kabi surrenders and the rest of the Border Tribe does the same.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Black Panther. He will return in the upcoming film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

Wong

Jimmy Woo

James E. "Jimmy" Woo (portrayed by Randall Park) is an FBI agent. While Scott Lang is under house arrest, Woo acts as his parole officer. In 2023, Woo is called in to investigate a missing persons case in Westview, New Jersey. He works alongside S.W.O.R.D. to investigate Westview, teaming up with Monica Rambeau and Darcy Lewis.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Ant-Man and the Wasp, as well as the Disney+ series WandaVision.[102]

X

Charles Xavier

Xu Xialing

Xu Xialing (portrayed by Meng'er Zhang) is Shang-Chi's sister. After escaping the Ten Rings, Xialing establishes an underground fight club in Macau. Xialing is captured along with her brother and Katy by Wenwu but escapes with them to Ta Lo. She helps defend the village from the Ten Rings and later the Dweller-in-Darkness. After Wenwu's death, Xialing becomes the new leader of the Ten Rings. She is partially inspired by Zheng Bao Yu and Sister Dagger from the comic books.[103]

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.

Y

Ying Li

Ying Li[a] (portrayed by Fala Chen) is Wenwu's wife and the mother of Shang-Chi and Xialing who was a guardian of Ta Lo. Out of his love for Li, Wenwu disbanded the Ten Rings to spend time with her and their children. Her death at the hands of the Iron Gang prompts Wenwu into reactivating the Ten Rings and resuming his criminal activities. The Dweller-in-Darkness uses Li's voice to manipulate Wenwu into releasing him. Originally created for the MCU, Li was later integrated into the mainstream Marvel Universe as Jiang Li, Shang-Chi's real mother in the comics.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.

Ying Nan

Ying Nan (portrayed by Michelle Yeoh) is a guardian of Ta Lo, Shang-Chi and Xialing's aunt, and Li's sister. Nan gives her nephew and niece suits of armor crafted from dragon scales and mentors Shang-Chi in the fighting style of Ta Lo. Nan leads the defense of Ta Lo against the Ten Rings and later the Dweller-in-Darkness.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.

Ho Yinsen

Dr. Ho Yinsen (portrayed by Shaun Toub) is an engineer who helps save Tony Stark's life by creating an electromagnet which keeps shrapnel from his heart. He later helps Stark build an armor to escape from the terrorists who kidnaped them both. He then sacrifices his life in order to let Stark escape, with his last words being "don't waste your life, Stark".[106][107]

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Iron Man and Iron Man 3 (cameo).

Yon-Rogg

Yon-Rogg (portrayed by Jude Law)[108][109][110] is the leader of Starforce, and leads the war against the Skrulls. While hunting down former Kree scientist Mar-Vell, he encounters Carol Danvers, who destroys an energy core that imbues her with powers. Yon-Rogg takes her back to Hala, gives Danvers a blood transfusion with his blood to save her life, and has her memories altered to think that she is a Kree named Vers. He mentors and trains her to be a soldier, but during an operation she is separated from the rest of the Starforce and lands on Earth. Yon-Rogg goes after her, only to discover that Danvers has switched sides after the Skrull Talos helped her recover her memories. Starforce captures Danvers, Talos, and a group of Skrull refugees, but Danvers manages to break free of Yon-Rogg and the Supreme Intelligence's hold over her by unlocking her full potential to drive back and defeat several members of the Starforce. Yon-Rogg requests assistance from Ronan the Accuser, but his assault on Earth is thwarted by Danvers. In their final confrontation, Danvers defeats Yon-Rogg. Afterwards, she sends him back to Hala to deliver her message to the Supreme Intelligence.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Captain Marvel.

Z

Helmut Zemo

Baron Helmut Zemo (portrayed by Daniel Brühl)[111] is a wealthy baron of the Sokovian royal family who served as colonel of an elite Sokovian commando unit and blamed the Avengers for their role in his family's deaths during their battle with Ultron, developing a hatred towards enhanced individuals in general. Learning of a facility holding Hydra's Winter Soldier project and the footage of Bucky Barnes murdering Tony Stark's parents, Zemo frames Barnes by bombing the signing of the Sokovia Accords in Vienna in order to acquire the facility's location and then lure Stark and Steve Rogers so he can have them destroy each other. Achieving his goal of effectively fracturing the Avengers, Zemo attempts to commit suicide but is stopped by T'Challa and taken into custody by the authorities. Everett K. Ross supervises his incarceration where he mocks Zemo for failing in his efforts, but Zemo indicates otherwise. In 2024, he escapes with the help of Barnes and allies with him and Sam Wilson against the Flag Smashers for his own agenda. Though later recaptured by the Dora Milaje and sent to the Raft, Zemo arranges the murder of arrested members of the inner circle through his butler to minimize the chance of their Super-Soldier enhancements being reproduced.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Captain America: Civil War and the Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, where Zemo briefly wears his traditional purple mask from the comics, which he was not depicted with in Civil War.[112][113]

Arnim Zola

Dr. Arnim Zola (portrayed by Toby Jones) is a scientist working for Hydra and the Red Skull before getting captured and recruited into S.H.I.E.L.D. Zola masterminds Hydra's infiltration within S.H.I.E.L.D.'s infrastructure before a terminal illness in the 1970s leads to him transferring his consciousness into a computer system in Camp Lehigh. In 2014, his computer consciousness distracts Steve Rogers and Natasha Romanoff long enough for the camp to be wiped out by a missile barrage from Hydra.

In an alternate universe, Zola is captured by Captain Peggy Carter, who became a super-soldier instead of Steve Rogers. In another universe, a copy of Zola's consciousness is recovered by Natasha Romanoff to stop her universe's Ultron. It is hinted Zola has digital copies of his mind stored in other Hydra bases. Despite his initial failure to overwrite Ultron's A.I., Zola acquires the android's body in his second attempt and battles Killmonger for the Infinity Stones before the two are trapped in a pocket dimension by Stephen Strange Supreme and the Watcher.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in two films: Captain America: The First Avenger and Captain America: The Winter Soldier; as well as the episode "Valediction" from the television series Agent Carter. His alternate versions appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[25]

Zuri

Zuri (portrayed by Forest Whitaker and Denzel Whitaker as a young man) is a former member of the War Dogs and a Wakandan shaman, and the trusted loyal adviser to his King. As a young man, Zuri posed as an American named James to tail N'Jobu, T'Chaka's brother and a traitor, and witnessed his death at T'Chaka's hands in 1992. In 2016, Zuri appoints T'Chaka's son T'Challa as the new king, and oversees T'Challa's fight with M'Baku on challenge day by administering the liquid that removes the abilities the heart-shaped herb grants. When M'Baku is defeated, Zuri performs a ritual that involves the abilities' return. Zuri is the one to tell T'Challa the truth about N'Jobu. N'Jadaka later kills Zuri when he attempts to protect T'Challa, blaming him for doing nothing to protect N'Jobu.

As of 2022, the character has appeared in the film Black Panther.

See also

Notes

  1. ^ The character's name in the film was initially announced as Jiang Li, even used on licensed products, however, it was changed to Ying Li.[104][105]

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