Ranking the Villains of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

because a good story = a solid villain ๐Ÿ˜‰

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The legendary Stan โ€œThe Manโ€ Lee once spoke about how he had to put more effort into writing the villains than he did the heroes. The way Lee looked at it, the hero had to remain stalwart and noble, but the villain was the exciting character who sought top bring change and define the hero. With the Marvel Universe now a mainstay of the silver screen the villains; Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, John Romita, and others brought to life are now staples of pop culture. Since villains are such an important part of these films, here is the ranking of the top baddies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.


12. Malekith the Accursed (Thor: The Dark World): When it was announced that gifted character actor, Christopher Eccelston would be playing the infamous Dark Elf fans were salivating. These same fans were more than disappointed when they discovered that theโ€ฆ

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2 Responses to Ranking the Villains of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

  1. belindacrane says:

    The scale of evilness of the baddies is so important. So is the type of “powers” they have. When they have too many, it takes away from the storyline a bit. I’m so mainstream like that. I want the good guys to win every battle. Sad little potato that I am! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. …said the little potato who writes all the best stories I read ๐Ÿ˜€
    I agree that over-power baddies can become boring. Btw, who’s your favorite villain?


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