5 Supervillain Teams That Almost Defeated Heroes

Villains are always fun to look at, our fun becomes tenfold when these guys join forces either to defeat a superhero or for the cause of world domination, of course, they lose ultimately, but even so, it sure is great to watch them come together. Under here are listed some of the supervillain teams:

Suicide Squad

Get a team of the most infamous villains in the DC universe and send them to missions that are almost impossible to accomplish and have a serious risk of them dying, what do you get? The Suicide Squad. This team, lead by Amanda Waller has the likes of Harley Quinn and Deadshot in it.

Injustice League

One doesn’t need to be a genius to figure out that this team has evil people in it. There have been many Injustice Leagues, but what’s common in all of them is that all of these have been made to oppose the DC universe’s Justice League. Created by the likes of Agamemnon and Lex Luthor.

Masters Of Evil

Bleh.. sure they have a kind of cocky name, but this team was too hazardous to trifle with. The Nazi father and son, Zemo, both scientists were the leaders of the organization. The future leaders of them team, however, were the likes of Ultron and Doc Ock. This team always gave the Avengers a hard time.

The Brotherhood Of Evil Mutants

This super villain team which is originally lead by Magneto was formed in order to achieve mutant supremacy in the entire world. With the team’s original members such as Scarlett Witch and Quicksilver, who would later join the Avengers, the team was really fearsome and powerful. In the future editions, even Mystique could be seen leading the team.

Sinister Six

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Marvel has had its fair share of supervillain teams, and they sure are not to be trifled with, but the one that tops them all is the Sinister Six. The team created by Doctor Octopus in order to defeat Spider-Man, had the Vulture, Electro, Kraven- The Hunter and Mysterio.

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