Top 10 Marvel CharactersVika
There are many great characters in the MCU, and tens of thousands of fans have voted who is the best. Here are the top ten from Iron Man to Spider-Man.
1. Black Panther.
As the king of the technologically advanced and secretive nation of Wakanda, T'Challa (aka Black Panther) has his own hands when it comes to dealing with his many opponents. While there are some things about Vibranium that don't make sense, his suit with retractable claws and built-in night vision helps him accomplish tasks through stealth or brute force, as the case may be.
2. Rocket Raccoon.
While there are many great characters in the Guardians of the Galaxy movies, there is no one on this list as an explosive, wiser, and skillful tactician as Rocket Raccoon. Being genetically and cybernetically enhanced for warfare, he is far from the average talking raccoon and never shies away from the most dangerous places in the MCU.
3. Black Widow.
Natasha Romanoff, also known as Black Widow, is known as one of the world's best assassins and espionage masters. As one of the founders of the Avengers, she makes the most of the involuntary indoctrination program that has turned her into a deadly weapon.
4. Doctor Strange.
Dr. Stephen Strange is a former surgeon who was taught various magical and martial arts by the Ancient after Strange had a car accident. Eventually, having received the title of Supreme Sorcerer from the Ancient One, he uses supernatural items and spells against his enemies.
5. Stan Lee.
As the driving force behind the creation of popular characters such as Spider-Man, Thor, Iron Man and The Incredible Hulk, Stan Lee has become synonymous with the Marvel franchise. While not technically a Marvel comic book character, he has appeared in over two dozen superhero films.
Peter Parker, also known as Spider-Man, was an ordinary teenager from Queens, New York, before being bite by a radioactive spider gave him powers such as pulling webs and a sense of impending danger. Hiding his secret identity, living with his aunt and uncle, he soon learns that with great power comes great responsibility.
7. Captain America.
Steve Rogers (aka Captain America), who fought in World War II after the death of his parents. After being rejected for not meeting his physical requirements, he was injected with an experimental serum that turned him into a super-soldier known as Captain America.
Loki Odinson, also known as the God of Mischief, is the adopted son of Odin, King of Asgard. As the most capable sorcerer of Asgard, he possesses a variety of magical abilities, including telekinesis, teleportation, hypnosis, and many others.
Thor Odinson, also known as the God of Thunder, is the son of Odin, King of Asgard. As the most powerful Asgardian other than Odin himself, he possesses superhuman physical abilities that most enemies cannot handle. He also has his trusty hammer, Mjolnir, which helps him control the weather, travel across dimensions, and crush bad guys.
10. Iron Man.
Tony Stark, aka Iron Man, accurately describes himself in his debut film as a genius, billionaire, and playboy philanthropist. He also built himself armed armor to avoid being captured by terrorists, a prototype he later refined as CEO of weapons and technology manufacturer Stark Industries.