Marvel comic book universe is full of quirky tales and crossovers which seem to be endless. As Marvel Cinematic Universe is rolling out new superhero movies, the comic book genre is going to get better only. With all of that, to make a storyline memorable, every character is analyzed judiciously to set them with the tone of the story line. After superheroes, villains are the ultimate story shapers of superhero movies. So without further ado, we bring you ten most powerful Marvel super villains.
Since from his appearance in the 1970s, Thanos is the godlike villain in the Marvel universe. Having been trained in a war art against Titan, he is a hand-to-hand combatant and is obsessed with death. His superhuman strength, durability and stamina, Thanos and is capable of telepathy, matter manipulation and can handle vast quantities of cosmic energy.
Galactus is an integrated form of superficial powers. The godlike villain has multiples powers like the teleportation of objects across galaxies, ability to produce cosmic powers to cause size alteration of any object, the creation of interdimensional portals, telepathy, and other universal cosmic awareness. Galactus first appeared in Fantastic Four #48 in 1966.
Appearing in X-Factor #5 and X-Factor #6 in 1986, Apocalypse is full of distinctive superhuman abilities. The Marvel tyrant is the strongest and the most powerful mutant in the universe. He has the potential to control his molecular and physical structure. He believes that only the strongest should exist in this world which is not at all a human-like belief.
After a brief visit to space, Spider-Man returned back with a black suit, which is a symbiotic evil alien. First appearing in The Amazing Spider-Man #252 in 1984, the evil doppelgänger knew all the weakness of Peter Parker and Spider-Man.
One of the greatest crime lord in the Marvel universe. Created by Stan Lee and John Romita, Kingpin first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #50 in 1967. He was also one of the archenemies of Daredevil. He does not possess any superpower but he has the super stamina to kick some butt.
Created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, Doctor Octopus first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #3 in 1963. The Marvel villain possessed with four titanium-made tentacles has the power to give an impact like a jackhammer. Moreover, each tentacle is potential enough to move at the speed of 90-feet per second.
Appearing first time in Venus #6 in 1949, Loki has super Asgardian superpowers which give him super endurance. He also possesses super magical powers. A primary adversary of Thor and the Avengers.
Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, Doctor Doom firs appeared in The Fantastic Four #5 in 1962. He possesses several mystical abilities and has the power to change minds. Empowered by eldritch energy and Haazareth, he is better than Dr, Strange.
The Green Goblin
Appearing first time in The Amazing Spider-Man #14 in 1964 Green Goblin was injected with a Goblin Formula by Spider-Man which gave him several superpowers. He also caused the death of Spider Man’s girlfriend, which was one of the shocking turns in Marvel’s history.
Another one by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, Magneto first appeared in The X-Men #1 in1963. He is a mutant who has the potential t manipulate magnetic fields. He controls the manipulation of ferrous and nonferrous metal which becomes the primary source of his power.
Note: These characters are not arranged in any order.