Characters of the Marvel Cinematic Universe: A–L

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A

Ajak

Ajak (portrayed by Salma Hayek) is the wise and spiritual leader of the Eternals, who possesses healing abilities and functions as the "bridge" between the Eternals and the Celestial Arishem. Based on this dynamic, Ajak is aware that the Emergence will occur, and she decides to try to stop it in the present day based on her growing love for humanity. However, fellow Eternal Ikaris sees this as betrayal and leads her to be killed by the Deviants, with Sersi becoming the new bridge to Arishem.

Hayek was originally hesitant when she was offered the role, assuming she would only have a role as a supporting character of "grandmother."[1] Ajak's comic-book counterpart is male, and Hayek stated that making the change to female allowed her to lean into the character's femininity as a "mother figure" to the rest of the Eternals.[2]

In 2021 the character appeared in the film Eternals.[1]

Algrim / Kurse

Algrim (portrayed by Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje),[3] also known as Kurse, is a Dark Elf, and Malekith's lieutenant. He is one of the few Dark Elves who survived the catastrophe that almost wiped out their race. He possesses enhanced strength and durability due to having been augmented by the Kurse Stone, enabling him to survive blows from Mjolnir, although Loki kills him with a black hole grenade.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Thor: The Dark World; as well as in the Disney+ series Loki (archival footage).

Ammit

Ammit (motion-captured by Sofia Danu, voiced by Saba Mubarak) is an imprisoned Egyptian goddess that resembles a humanoid version of her classical depiction whom Arthur Harrow plans to release. Ammit is known as "The Devourer of the Dead" and plans to cast her preemptive judgement on all of humanity. She is successfully released by Harrow and grants him as her avatar. They begin her plan, but are stopped by the combined efforts of Marc, Steven, Layla, and Khonshu. Ammit is then trapped inside Harrow's body to permanently kill them both. Marc refuses and is released from his servitude, but Khonshu has Jake Lockley carry out the assassination. She is based on the Egyptian deity of the same name.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series Moon Knight.

Ancient One

The Ancient One (portrayed by Tilda Swinton) is the former Sorcerer Supreme and mentor of Stephen Strange who is killed by Kaecilius.

An alternate version of the Ancient One is met by Earth-616's Bruce Banner at the Sanctum Sanctorum while looking for the Time Stone.

In the comics, the character is a Tibetan man, while the film version is an androgynous Celtic.[4] Swinton's casting was widely criticized as whitewashing.[5] Director Scott Derrickson and co-writer C. Robert Cargill wanted to avoid adapting the character as portrayed in the comics, as they felt it was perpetuating Asian Fu Manchu stereotypes from the time period, while also aggravating the Tibetan sovereignty debate. Derrickson initially wanted to change the character to an Asian woman, but he felt that this would either invoke the Dragon Lady stereotype or Asian fetishism, depending on the age of the actress. He also wanted to avoid the stereotype of a "Western character coming to Asia to learn about being Asian," so he ultimately decided to cast a non-Asian actor in the role.[6] Swinton was cast because Derrickson felt that she could play the "domineering, secretive, ethereal, enigmatic, [and] mystical" side of the character.[7] Swinton also chose to portray the character as androgynous, though using female pronouns. Derrickson said he was pleased with the diversity of the film's cast, in terms of both gender and ethnicity, but acknowledged that "Asians have been whitewashed and stereotyped in American cinema for over a century and people should be mad or nothing will change. What I did was the lesser of two evils, but it is still an evil."[6] Looking back at the casting in May 2021, Feige said the studio thought they were being "so smart and so cutting-edge" when they avoided the wise old Asian man stereotype, but the criticism of the casting was a wake-up call that made them realize they could have cast an Asian actor in the role without falling into stereotypes.[8]

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Doctor Strange. An alternate version of the Ancient One appeared in the film Avengers: Endgame, while another alternate version of the Ancient One appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[9]: 2 

Aneka

Aneka (portrayed by Michaela Coel[10]) is a Wakandan warrior and member of the Dora Milaje. Aneka later takes upon the mantle of the Midnight Angels, along with Okoye. Aneka is additionally romantically involved with Ayo.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

Arishem

Arishem (voiced by David Kaye)[11] is a Celestial who created the Deviants, and later the Eternals once the Deviants rebelled against their programming. He communicates with only one member of a given group of ten Eternals: on Earth, this is Ajak, and later Sersi after Ajak's death. After the Emergence is stopped, Arishem takes Sersi, Phastos, and Kingo away for judgement, vowing to spare Earth only if their memories show that humanity is worth sparing.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Eternals.[11]

Attuma

Attuma (portrayed by Alex Livinalli) is a warrior from Talokan.

As of 2023, the character has appeared in the film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.[12]

Ayesha

Ayesha (portrayed by Elizabeth Debicki) is the high priestess of the golden-skinned Sovereign race, one of the races created by the High Evolutionary. She hires the Guardians of the Galaxy to protect Anulax Batteries from an Abilisk, but sends her Omnicraft fleet to execute them soon after as a result of Rocket stealing several of the batteries with the intention to later sell them. When the fleet is destroyed during the battle on Ego, Ayesha decides to create Adam to hunt down the Guardians.[13] In 2026, she is forced to awaken Adam prematurely while forced by the High Evolutionary to assist him in tracking down Rocket. She is killed when Counter-Earth is destroyed.[14]

As of 2024, the character has appeared in two films: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. An alternate version of Ayesha appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?

Ayo

Ayo (portrayed by Florence Kasumba) is the second-in-command of the Dora Milaje in Wakanda. She is promoted to being the general of the Dora Milaje after Okoye is removed. She is also shown to be in a romantic relationship with Aneka.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in four films: Captain America: Civil War (cameo), Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever; as well as in the Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.

B

Hunter B-15

Hunter B-15 (portrayed by Wunmi Mosaku) is an agent of the Time Variance Authority and a brainwashed "time variant" who later remembers her family. In "Science/Fiction," it's revealed that she's a temporal variant of Dr. Verity Willis, a pediatrician from New York City in 2012.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series Loki.

Nakia Bahadir

Nakia Bahadir (portrayed by Yasmeen Fletcher) is Kamala Khan's close friend.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series Ms. Marvel.

Bruce Banner / Hulk

Bucky Barnes / Winter Soldier / White Wolf

Clint Barton / Hawkeye / Ronin

Laura Barton

Laura Barton (portrayed by Linda Cardellini) also known as Agent 19, is a former S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, the wife of Clint Barton, and the mother of Cooper, Lila, and Nathaniel Barton. To protect themselves, Laura and her children live in secrecy, unbeknownst to the Avengers. However, the Avengers visit the Barton farm in 2015, and Laura mentions that she is pregnant with their third child. Clint decides to retire from the Avengers to be with his family, and Laura later gives birth to Nathaniel. In 2018, she and all three Barton children become victims of the Blip, but are brought back to life in 2023. In 2024, she stays home while Clint takes the children on a trip and later receives her old S.H.I.E.L.D. watch when Clint returns home.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in two films: Avengers: Age of Ultron and Avengers: Endgame; as well as in the Disney+ series Hawkeye.[15]

Georges Batroc

Georges Batroc (portrayed by Georges St-Pierre) is an Algerian mercenary and pirate at the top of Interpol's Red Notice, as well as a former DGSE agent who scored 36 kill missions before being demobilized by the French government. By 2024, he is the leader of the criminal group LAF. Sharon Carter accidentally reveals that she is the Power Broker to Batroc and kills him to protect her secret.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Captain America: The Winter Soldier; as well as in the Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.[16][17] An alternate version of Batroc appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[9]: 2 

Quentin Beck / Mysterio

Quentin Beck (portrayed by Jake Gyllenhaal), is a former Stark Industries employee and holographic illusions specialist who masquerades as a superhero named Mysterio, who claims to be from Earth-833. He is recruited by Nick Fury to help Spider-Man stop the Elementals, which he secretly creates through illusions as a way to get recognition for his life's work, and revenge due to his grievance at Stark Industries and by the late Tony Stark, his former employer. He is killed after one of the drones backfires, with William Ginter Riva downloading the drones' data and doctoring the footage to frame Spider-Man for the attack in addition to Beck revealing Parker's identity to the world.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in two films: Spider-Man: Far From Home and Spider-Man: No Way Home (archival footage); as well as in the web series The Daily Bugle (archival footage).

Yelena Belova

Yelena Belova (portrayed by Florence Pugh) is a highly trained spy and assassin who trained in the Red Room as a Black Widow and is an adopted sister to Natasha Romanoff.[18][19][20] In 2016, she works with Romanoff, Alexei Shostakov, and Melina Vostokoff to stop General Dreykov after he reactivates the Red Room program.[21] In 2018, she falls victim to the Blip and is restored to life five years later. In 2024, Belova is approached by Contessa Valentina Allegra de Fontaine with an order to kill Clint Barton under the pretenses he was responsible for Romanoff's death. She locates Barton along with Kate Bishop and Maya Lopez and fights against them as a masked vigilante, until Barton unmasks her and she is forced to retreat. On Christmas Eve, Belova infiltrates the Bishop Christmas family party to kill Barton, but Bishop intercepts and fights her. Belova escapes and confronts Barton on the Rockefeller Center ice rink, and at first she does not believe his story about Romanoff's sacrifice. It is not until Barton reveals the details about the relationship between her and Romanoff, details that he could only have been told by Romanoff, that she accepts her adopted-sister's death was an act of self-sacrifice, rather than a murder, as she was previously led to believe.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Black Widow; as well as in the Disney+ series Hawkeye.[22] She will return in the upcoming film Thunderbolts*.[citation needed] An alternate version of Belova will appear in the upcoming animated series Marvel Zombies.[23]

Eleanor Bishop

Eleanor Bishop (portrayed by Vera Farmiga) is the wealthy mother of Kate Bishop.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series Hawkeye.

Kate Bishop

Emil Blonsky / Abomination

Emil Blonsky (portrayed by Tim Roth), also known as the Abomination, is a British Royal Marine who is transformed into an atrocious humanoid creature with enhanced physiology and a deformed appearance as a result of being injected with an experimental version of the Super Soldier Serum, in conjunction with subsequent exposure to intense gamma radiation much like Bruce Banner himself years prior.[24][25]

S.H.I.E.L.D. was initially in charge of keeping Blonsky detained, in a cryo cell in Alaska; Phil Coulson once threatened to send Grant Ward to work there. Following S.H.I.E.L.D.'s collapse, Damage Control took over detaining him and placed Blonsky in a supermax prison in California. Post-Blip, Blonsky had gained control of himself on multiple levels, mellowing out and regaining his human form; after 14 years imprisoned, he was looking for parole. He asked for Jennifer Walters to be his lawyer and befriended her. He later moved to Kamar-Taj.[a]

As of 2024, the character has appeared in two films: The Incredible Hulk and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings; as well as in the Disney+ series She-Hulk: Attorney at Law and the Marvel One-Shot The Consultant (archival footage).[26] An alternate version of Blonsky will appear in the animated series Marvel Zombies.[23]

Elsa Bloodstone

Elsa Bloodstone (portrayed by Laura Donnelly) is the estranged daughter of Ulysses Bloodstone who dislikes her family's tradition of hunting monsters.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ special Werewolf by Night.[27]

Verussa Bloodstone

Verussa Bloodstone (portrayed by Harriet Sansom Harris) is a monster hunter, Ulysses Bloodstone's widow, and Elsa Bloodstone's stepmother. After her husband dies, she becomes the leader of his group of monster hunters.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ special Werewolf by Night.[28]

Ralph Bohner

Ralph Bohner (portrayed by Evan Peters) is a Westview resident who Agatha Harkness forces to impersonate Wanda Maximoff's twin brother Pietro. Harkness possesses him, imbuing him with Pietro's super-speed and making him to play the role to discover how Wanda created her alternate reality. He is initially introduced as the unseen husband of "Agnes" (Harkness' alias), who was frequently mentioned whenever Agnes needed a punchline for a laugh line. He is freed from Harkness' control when Monica Rambeau removes a magical necklace he was wearing.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series WandaVision. The role was a nod to Peters' character in 20th Century Fox's X-Men film series, Peter Maximoff.

Blackagar Boltagon / Black Bolt

Blackagar Boltagon (portrayed by Anson Mount), also known as the Black Bolt, is the Head of the Inhuman Royal Family and King of Attilan, whose voice can cause destruction with the slightest whisper.

In Earth-838, Black Bolt is a member of the Illuminati who is killed by Wanda Maximoff after she alters reality to remove his mouth. Upon this realization, Boltagar panics and accidentally destroys his brain with a muffled scream.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Marvel Television series Inhumans. His Earth-838 counterpart appeared in the film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.[29]

Mallory Book

Mallory Book, Esq. (portrayed by Renée Elise Goldsberry) is a lawyer at GLK&H who is threatened by Jennifer Walters becoming the new head of the superhuman law division.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series She-Hulk: Attorney at Law.

Isaiah Bradley

Isaiah Bradley (portrayed by Carl Lumbly) is an elderly super soldier who served in the Korean War, during which time he was sent behind enemy lines to fight the brainwashed Bucky Barnes, whose metal arm he damaged. After rescuing other black super soldiers who were being held prisoner, he was imprisoned by the U.S. government and Hydra for 30 years, experimented on, and his existence kept a secret, with not even Steve Rogers knowing of him. A nurse helped him escape by forging his death and he went into hiding. By 2024, he lives in Baltimore with his grandson Eli (portrayed by Elijah Richardson). He refuses to help Sam Wilson and Barnes when they seek him out, revealing his hatred for the government and contempt for the idea of a Black man becoming Captain America. Later, he is provided with his own memorial and statue in the Smithsonian Institution with Wilson's help.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. He will return in the upcoming film Captain America: Brave New World.

Betty Brant

Elizabeth "Betty" Brant (portrayed by Angourie Rice) is a student at Midtown School of Science and Technology. She is Liz Allan's best friend, and host of the school's news report alongside Jason Ionello, who is implied to have an unrequited crush on her. In 2018, she is a victim of the Blip, but is restored to life in 2023. In 2024, she enters a brief relationship with Ned Leeds in Europe, maintaining a friendship after breaking up.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in three films: Spider-Man: Homecoming, Spider-Man: Far From Home, and Spider-Man: No Way Home; as well as in the second season of the web series The Daily Bugle, as the website's newest unpaid intern.

Jackson Brice / Shocker

Jackson Brice (portrayed by Logan Marshall-Green) is a member of Adrian Toomes' criminal enterprise who wields a modified version of Brock Rumlow's vibro-blast emitting gauntlet and calls himself the "Shocker". After a weapons deal with Aaron Davis attracts Spider-Man's attention, Toomes fires him for his recklessness, to which Brice threatens to expose their operation. In response, Toomes fires one of Phineas Mason's weapons at Brice to intimidate him, but inadvertently disintegrates him instead. Following this, Toomes gives his vibro-gauntlet and the mantle of "Shocker" to fellow associate Herman Schultz.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Spider-Man: Homecoming.

Eddie Brock / Venom

Sonny Burch

Sonny Burch (portrayed by Walton Goggins) is a "low-level criminal-type" who wants Hank Pym's quantum technology to sell on the black market. He has henchmen (consisting of Uzman, Anitolov, Knox, and FBI agent Stoltz) and is the owner of a restaurant (presumably as a front). Sonny attempts to buy Pym's Ant-Man technology, but gets turned down by Hope van Dyne. Sonny's men subsequently battle Van Dyne and Scott Lang. He later manages to get information out of Lang's friends Luis, Kurt, and Dave via his "truth serum" concoction.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Ant-Man and the Wasp.

C

Carina

Carina (portrayed by Ophelia Lovibond) is the Collector's slave. She attempts to grab the power stone, triggering an explosion that destroys much of the Collector's collection and presumably kills her.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in two films: Thor: The Dark World (mid-credits cameo) and Guardians of the Galaxy. An alternate version of Carina appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[9]: 2 

Bruno Carrelli

Bruno Carrelli (portrayed by Matt Lintz) is the best friend of Kamala Khan, whom he has a crush on.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series Ms. Marvel.

Mitchell Carson

Mitchell Carson (portrayed by Martin Donovan) is the former head of defense at S.H.I.E.L.D. while secretly working for Hydra. When Hank Pym discovers S.H.I.E.L.D. has been trying to replicate his Pym particles in 1989, he confronts Carson, Peggy Carter, and Howard Stark. In 2015, Carson allies himself with Pym's former protege-turned-adversary, Darren Cross, who has managed to successfully replicate the Pym particles. During a confrontation among these parties, Carson absconds with the particles.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Ant-Man.

Peggy Carter

Sharon Carter / Agent 13 / Power Broker

Casey / Hunter K-5E

Casey (portrayed by Eugene Cordero), also known as Hunter K-5E, is a member of the Time Variance Authority. He works for the bureaucratic organization collecting and filing evidence. In "Science/Fiction," it's revealed that Casey is actually a temporal variant of bank robber and Alcatraz escapee Frank Morris.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series Loki.

America Chavez

America Chavez (portrayed by Xochitl Gomez) is a teenager from the Utopian Parallel who has the ability to travel between dimensions in the multiverse by punching open star-shaped doorways.[30][31] After traveling across the multiverse along with Stephen Strange and helping to remove the Darkhold influence over Wanda Maximoff, she chooses to stay on Earth-616 and learn the mystic arts at Kamar-Taj under Wong's tutelage.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

Helen Cho

Dr. Helen Cho (portrayed by Claudia Kim) is a world-renowned Korean geneticist and the leader of the U-GIN Research Group. She is called upon to assist the Avengers with her research and technology in the war against Hydra, treating Clint Barton's injuries. Later, she is approached and brainwashed by Ultron to create a new body for him using vibranium and synthetic tissue, this body becoming Vision.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Clea

Clea (portrayed by Charlize Theron) is a sorceress from the Dark Dimension. In 2024, she comes to Earth to enlist Stephen Strange's help.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (mid-credits cameo).

P. Cleary

P. Cleary (portrayed by Arian Moayed) is an agent for the Department of Damage Control (DODC). Cleary helmed interrogations against Peter Parker and his friends and family when Mysterio ousted his secret identity as Spider-Man. Cleary also expressed interest in investigating an incident at AvengerCon in New Jersey.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Spider-Man: No Way Home; as well as in the Disney+ series Ms. Marvel.

Curt Connors / Lizard

Dr. Curt Connors (voiced by Rhys Ifans[32]), also known as the Lizard, is an Oscorp scientist from an alternate reality who transformed into a large reptilian monster while trying to regrow his missing arm.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Spider-Man: No Way Home. Ifans reprises his role from The Amazing Spider-Man (2012).

Cosmo the Spacedog

Cosmo the Spacedog (physically portrayed by dog actors Fred and Slate, with voice and additional motion capture by Maria Bakalova) is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy who is a sapient dog that developed psionic abilities after being sent into space by the Soviet Union. In 1966, she was sent into space and sometime later was found by the Collector who brought her to Knowhere. In 2014, she witnesses the team arrive and survives the explosion of the Power Stone.[b] In 2025, she meets the team again and becomes a member, befriending Rocket Raccoon and helps them rebuild Knowhere following the attack in 2018. She then takes part in their Christmas celebration.[c] In 2026, following an attack by Adam Warlock, she and Kraglin Obfonteri are tasked by Peter Quill with watching over Knowhere while he and the others leave to save an injured Rocket. Later, she uses her powers to prevent the High Evolutionary's ship from crashing into Knowhere and creates a telekinetic tunnel allowing the team to rescue the captured animals. After the others leave the team, she stays with Rocket and Groot in the new team lineup and assists them on Krylor.[d]

As of 2024, the character has appeared in two films: Guardians of the Galaxy and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3;[33][34] as well as in the Disney+ special The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special.[35] An alternate version appeared in the animated What If...?.

Phil Coulson

Darren Cross / Yellowjacket / M.O.D.O.K.

Dr. Darren Cross (portrayed by Corey Stoll) is Hank Pym's former protégé. In 2015, he attempts to re-create the Pym particle formula and sell at a black market auction, but is foiled by Scott Lang, Pym, and Pym's daughter Hope van Dyne, Darren's own protégé and would-be romantic interest. After donning the Yellowjacket suit, he was unevenly shrunken to subatomic size in the Quantum Realm and became a mutated, cybernetically enhanced individual with an oversized head known as M.O.D.O.K. (an acronym for "Mechanized Organism Designed Only for Killing"). Initially working as a subordinate for Kang the Conqueror, Cross eventually defects against him and reconciles with Lang, Pym and Van Dyne before dying.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in two films: Ant-Man and Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania; as well as in the WHIH Newsfront viral marketing campaign.

D

Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel

Dar-Benn

Supremor Dar-Benn (portrayed by Zawe Ashton) is a revolutionary Kree warrior and an Accuser of the Kree Empire who fought to restore her homeland after a long civil war.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film The Marvels.

Dave

Dave (portrayed by Tip "T.I." Harris) is a friend of Scott Lang, Luis, and Kurt Goreshter. In 2015, he works as Lang's getaway driver during heists. He enjoys playing poker and watching football. He later teases Hank Pym about the heist they pulled in his house before he became one of his employees.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in two films: Ant-Man and Ant-Man and the Wasp.[36]

Aaron Davis

Aaron Davis (portrayed by Donald Glover)[37][38][39] is a low-level criminal with a sense of morality. He attempts to buy high-tech firearms from Herman Schultz and Jackson Brice, only to be interrupted by Spider-Man. The hero later confronts Davis, webs his hand to his car, and questions him regarding Adrian Toomes' plans. Davis gives information about a sale with his former acquaintance Mac Gargan, and admits to wanting to keep the weapons off the streets to protect his nephew. Spider-Man leaves Davis trapped.[40]

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse.

Valentina Allegra de Fontaine

Contessa Valentina "Val" Allegra de Fontaine (portrayed by Julia Louis-Dreyfus), is a paranoid influential contessa who approaches John Walker after he is stripped of the mantle of Captain America following his killing a member of the Flag Smashers. She expresses sympathy for his situation and tells him that the people she works for may have use for his services. She later convinces Walker to take up the mantle of the U.S. Agent. De Fontaine is also Yelena Belova's handler, recruiting her for a mission to kill Clint Barton; de Fontaine's client who requested this mission is Eleanor Bishop. De Fontaine becomes the new director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and it is revealed that she is the ex-wife of CIA officer Everett K. Ross, and that she wants the United States to procure Wakanda's supply of vibranium.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in two films: Black Widow (post-credits cameo) and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever; as well as in the Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. She will return in the upcoming film Thunderbolts.[41]

Death Dealer

The Death Dealer (portrayed by Andy Le) is a Ten Rings assassin and Shang-Chi's martial arts mentor during his youth. He accompanied Razor Fist and the Ten Rings in acquiring Xialing's pendant where he fought Shang-Chi before Wenwu broke up the fight. During the battle of Ta Lo, Death Dealer is the first person killed by the forces of the Dweller-in-Darkness, prompting the Ten Rings into forming a truce with the Ta Lo villagers.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. An alternate version of the character will appear in the upcoming Disney+ animated series Marvel Zombies.[23]

Jacques "Frenchie" Dernier

Jacques "Frenchie" Dernier (portrayed by Bruno Ricci) was a member of the French Resistance before being captured and imprisoned in Azzano. After being rescued by Steve Rogers, he was invited and joined the Howling Commandos. He presumably left sometime prior to the events of Marvel's Agent Carter.

As of 2024, he has been in Captain America: The First Avenger. An alternate version of Frenchie also appeared in the Marvel animated series What if...?.

Rhomann Dey

Rhomann Dey (portrayed by John C. Reilly) is a member of the Nova Corps and contact to Peter Quill and the Guardians of the Galaxy. He is promoted to the rank of Denarian due to his actions during the Battle of Xandar.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Guardians of the Galaxy.

Max Dillon / Electro

Max Dillon (portrayed by Jamie Foxx), also known as Electro, is an Oscorp electrical engineer from an alternate reality who gained electric powers after an accident involving genetically modified electric eels. Upon reaching the main universe, Dillon is one of the villains to be imprisoned by Dr. Strange, although he rejects the cure Spider-Man (Peter-1) attempts to give him, seizing an arc reactor before battling all three Spider-Men at the Statue of Liberty. He is later cured by Doctor Octopus and reconciles with his universe's Peter Parker before being safely transported to his universe.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Spider-Man: No Way Home. Foxx reprises his role from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014).[42][43][44]

Dormammu

Dormammu (voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch and an unidentified British actor) is a primordial inter-dimensional entity and ruler of the Dark Dimension. He wields apocalyptic levels of supernatural power. Dormammu seeks to absorb all other universes into his Dark Dimension and turn the victims into Mindless Ones. The Zealots misinterpret this eternal existence as a benevolent longevity, and Dormammu gives them some of his power. Stephen Strange uses the Time Stone to trap himself and Dormammu in an endless loop, where he offers a bargain and dies when the entity refuses. Desperate to escape this loop, Dormammu accepts the bargain to end it in exchange for taking his Zealots from the Earth and never returning to it. This version of Dormammu appears as a massive face made of rippling mystical energy, with his full form never seen.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Doctor Strange. An alternate version of Dormammu appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[45]

Dox

General Dox (portrayed by Kate Dickie) is a member of the Time Variance Authority. Intent on preserving the Sacred Timeline, she sends her allies to bomb all the branching timelines of the multiverse, which has the effect of killing billions; although Dox is arrested, her plan mostly succeeds.[46]

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series Loki.

Drax

Dreykov

General Dreykov (portrayed by Ray Winstone) is a high-ranking officer in the Soviet Armed Forces who acts as the Red Room's overseer and father and superior to Taskmaster. He is killed by Yelena Belova in 2016.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Black Widow.

Antonia Dreykov / Taskmaster

Antonia Dreykov (portrayed by Olga Kurylenko), also known as Taskmaster, is an agent of the Red Room, brainwashed by her father, Dreykov. She studies her opponents' fighting style to mimic them and learn how to use it against them,[47][48]: 4  and uses techniques from other superheroes.[49]

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Black Widow. She will return in the upcoming film Thunderbolts.[41]

Dro'ge

Emperor Dro'ge (portrayed by Gary Lewis) is the leader of a Skrull colony located on Tarnax. In 2026, he has peace talks with the Kree, but they get interrupted by Captain Marvel which causes Dar-Benn to attack the planet. He and his colony are then taken to Earth.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film The Marvels.

Druig

Druig (portrayed by Barry Keoghan) is an aloof Eternal who can use cosmic energy to control the minds of others. He becomes withdrawn from the other Eternals, frustrated because he disagrees with their interactions with humankind. The only exception is Makkari, with whom he develops a trusting, intimate relationship. Druig retreats to the Amazon rainforest and leads a cult, perceiving that he has removed the burden of choice from these humans. However, he reunites with his fellow Eternals when they are attacked by Deviants after coming to his residence.[2]

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Eternals.

Dum Dum Dugan

Timothy "Dum Dum" Dugan (portrayed by Neal McDonough) is a member and leader of the Howling Commandos who fought alongside Steve Rogers, Bucky Barnes, and Peggy Carter during World War II.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Captain America: The First Avenger;[50] as well as in the Marvel One-Shot Agent Carter and the television series of the same name.[51] An alternate version of Dugan appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[52]

Jack Duquesne

Jack Duquesne (portrayed by Tony Dalton) is the fiancé of Eleanor Bishop, the nephew of Armand III, and CEO of the shell corporation Sloan Limited. Along with his uncle, he attends a black market auction of items stolen from the Avengers compound in 2024, and steals Ronin's retractable sword. Jack later assists Clint Barton in fighting the Tracksuit Mafia during Kate Bishop's fight with Wilson Fisk.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series Hawkeye.

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Ego

Ego (portrayed by Kurt Russell) is a Celestial and the father of Peter Quill and Mantis.[53] Ego rescues the Guardians of the Galaxy from the Sovereign's drones, taking the group to his planet (an extension of him) and teaching Peter to harness the celestial energy that he inherited from him. Ego reveals that he planted seedlings on many worlds, which required the power of two celestials to terraform the worlds in Ego's image. To that end, he impregnated several women and killed all the children when they failed to inherit the celestial energy. Ego reveals that he planted the tumor that killed Peter's mother, and Peter violently attacks him. Ego parasitically draws on his energy to begin the process, but the Guardians blow up his brain at the planet's center, killing him and robbing Star-Lord of his celestial qualities.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Alternate versions of Ego appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[9]: 2 

Eitri

Eitri (portrayed by Peter Dinklage) is the king of the Dwarves, an ancient race of skilled dwarfs. Atypically to his traditional diminutive form in the comic books, the MCU's version of Eitri is depicted at a giant's size (although he still refers to his race as Dwarves). Thor comes to him on Nidavellir asking for a new weapon after Mjolnir was destroyed by Hela. Eitri reveals that Thanos forced the Dwarves to produce the Infinity Gauntlet, before slaughtering the entire race except Eitri, destroying his hands to render him unable to forge anything ever again. Thor, Groot, and Rocket all help Eitri create the new weapon, Stormbreaker.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Avengers: Infinity War. An alternate version of Eitri appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[54]

Layla El-Faouly / Scarlet Scarab

Layla El-Faouly (portrayed by May Calamawy), also known as Scarlet Scarab, is Marc Spector's wife, an archaeologist and adventurer who becomes the avatar of Tawaret. The character made her comics debut in 2023.[55]

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series Moon Knight.

Matthew Ellis

Matthew Ellis (portrayed by William Sadler)[56][57][58] is the former President of the United States. In 2012, he is kidnapped on board Air Force One by Eric Savin via the Iron Patriot armor. He becomes a hostage of Aldrich Killian's fake terrorist attack before being rescued by Tony Stark and James Rhodes. In 2014, he is one of the targets marked by Alexander Pierce's Helicarriers before being saved by Steve Rogers and Sam Wilson.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Iron Man 3; as well as in the television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and the WHIH Newsfront viral marketing campaign.

Eros / Starfox

Eros (portrayed by Harry Styles),[59] also known as Starfox, is an Eternal and the brother of Thanos.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Eternals (mid-credits cameo).

Abraham Erskine

Dr. Abraham Erskine (portrayed by Stanley Tucci) is the creator of the Super Soldier Serum, being responsible for the origin of Steve Rogers as Captain America and Johann Schmidt as the Red Skull. Before being assassinated by Hydra agent Heinz Kruger, Erskine motivates Rogers to always remain as a good man in his heart.[60]

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Captain America: The First Avenger. An alternate version of Erskine appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[9]: 2 

Christine Everhart

Christine Everhart (portrayed by Leslie Bibb) is a news reporter for Vanity Fair and later a news broadcaster for WHiH World News.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in two films: Iron Man and Iron Man 2; as well as in the WHIH Newsfront viral marketing campaign.[61] Alternate versions of Everhart appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[9]: 2 

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Sonya Falsworth

Sonya Falsworth (portrayed by Olivia Colman), is a high-ranking MI6 agent and an old ally of Nick Fury's who looks to protect British national security interests during the Skrulls' infiltration of Earth. She forms a partnership with Gi'ah after the latter's defeat of Gravik.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series Secret Invasion.

Fandral

Fandral (initially portrayed by Joshua Dallas and subsequently by Zachary Levi), also known as Fandral the Dashing, is a member of the Warriors Three, depicted as a dashing warrior from Asgard.[62] He is killed by Hela in 2017.[63][64]

As of 2024, the character has appeared in four films: Thor, Thor: The Dark World, Thor: Ragnarok, and Thor: Love and Thunder (archival footage).[65] An alternate version of Fandral appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?, voiced by Max Mittelman.[66]

Wilson Fisk / Kingpin

John Flynn

John Flynn (portrayed by Bradley Whitford)[67] is a senior agent of the Strategic Scientific Reserve under whom Peggy Carter is stationed after the end of World War II, though he never assigns her to field work despite her background and is, at times, disrespectful and misogynist towards her. On Howard Stark's orders, he informs Peggy that she will run then newly formed organization, S.H.I.E.L.D., with Howard.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Marvel One-Shot Agent Carter. An alternate version of Flynn appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?

Bill Foster

Dr. William "Bill" Foster (portrayed by Laurence Fishburne) is a physicist and the former Giant-Man.[68][69][70] He was Hank Pym's assistant on "Project Goliath" and is Ava Starr's surrogate father after Elihas' death. In 2018, Foster teaches quantum physics at UC Berkeley when he encounters his former employer, Scott Lang, and Hope van Dyne. When Ava restrains Pym, Lang and Hope, Foster states that he has been working to cure Ava by obtaining quantum energy from the Quantum Realm. As Pym knows that Foster's plan will affect Janet van Dyne's rescue, Hope, Lang and Pym manage their escape. When Lang goes into the Quantum Realm, Pym talks Foster down and states that he will find a way to help cure Ava as Pym's ants escort Foster out. After Janet is rescued from the realm and gives some of her energy to stabilize Ava, Foster takes Ava away as Pym still vows to find a way to help Ava to keep herself stable for good.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Ant-Man and the Wasp. He will return in the upcoming film Thunderbolts. An alternate version of Foster as Goliath appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?.[71]

Jane Foster / Mighty Thor

Frigga

Frigga (portrayed by Rene Russo and Chanique Greyling) is Thor's biological mother and Loki's adopted mother,[72] who is killed by Algrim in 2013.[73] In 2023, Thor time travels to 2013, where Frigga comforts his depression during his mission to retrieve the Reality Stone.[74][75] She also knows that her time is near, and prevents Thor from telling her how she dies by encouraging him to change his future.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in four films: Thor, Thor: The Dark World, Avengers: Endgame, and Thor: Love and Thunder (cameo of young Frigga portrayed by Chanique Greyling and archival footage);[76] as well as the Disney+ series Loki (archival footage). An alternate version of Frigga appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?, voiced by Josette Eales.[66]

Nick Fury

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Gamora

Mac Gargan

MacDonald "Mac" Gargan (portrayed by Michael Mando) is a professional criminal and one of Adrian Toomes' potential buyers. In the wake of an encounter with Spider-Man, Gargan is arrested by the FBI and vows revenge, seeking out new allies to help him kill Spider-Man. He approaches Toomes in prison on the basis of certain rumours, wanting to know Spider-Man's identity to settle personal scores. Toomes denies that he knows it, however.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Spider-Man: Homecoming. An alternate version of Gargan as Scorpion will appear in the upcoming Disney+ animated series Your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man.[23][77]

G'iah

G'iah (portrayed by Auden L. Ophuls and Harriet L. Ophuls as a child, Emilia Clarke as an adult) is Talos' daughter.

As a child, she believed Nick Fury would be able to find her people a new home. As an adult however, she grew to resent him for not fulfilling his promise and joined Gravik's rebel army in the hopes he would be able to accelerate the process. In time, she would doubt Gravik as well and secretly leak information on his plans to Talos. Anticipating Gravik would discover her subterfuge and attempt to kill her, she uses his DNA machine to turn herself into a Super-Skrull and use her newly acquired abilities to fake her death. She would later empower herself with the Harvest, a collection of DNA samples from the superpowered individuals who fought in the Battle of Earth, to fight and eventually kill Gravik before freeing the rebels' human prisoners and working with Sonya Falsworth to rescue more humans and protect the Skrulls.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Captain Marvel and the Disney+ series Secret Invasion.

Gilgamesh

Gilgamesh (portrayed by Don Lee) is the strongest Eternal, able to project an exoskeleton of cosmic energy. He has a deep connection with Thena,[1] and stays as her guardian over the centuries after the Eternals split ways in 1521. At Druig's residence, Gilgamesh is killed by the rapidly evolving Deviant Kro, who absorbs his powers and memories.

Lee took the role to inspire younger generations as the first mainstream Korean superhero. Lee was able to utilize his training in boxing in the character's fight choreography.[2]

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Eternals.

Corvus Glaive

Corvus Glaive (voiced and portrayed via motion capture in live-action by Michael James Shaw) is one of Thanos' adopted sons. In 2018, he joined his father in his quest for the six Infinity Stones, initially attacked the Statesman with his siblings and helped to kill the Asgardians aboard and retrieve the Space Stone. While attempting to retrieve the Mind Stone from Vision with Proxima Midnight, they are met in battle and defeated by Steve Rogers, Natasha Romanoff, and Sam Wilson. During a second attempt, Midnight leads the Outriders in attacking the Avengers on the ground to distract from Glaive infiltrating Shuri's lab to attack her, which leads Vision to come to her defense and tackle Glaive out of the lab. Rogers intervenes in the fight, but Glaive incapacitates the former before Vision kills the latter.

An alternate version of Glaive travels through the Quantum Realm with Thanos' army to fight Earth-616 Avengers in their universe, only to be killed by Okoye.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film: Avengers: Infinity War. An alternate version of Glaive appeared in Avengers: Endgame. An alternate version of Glaive appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?, voiced by Fred Tatasciore.[78]

Gorr the God Butcher

Gorr (portrayed by Christian Bale) is the scarred final prophet of his civilization's god, Rapu; following the deaths of his people and daughter Love, and dismissal by Rapu, Gorr is corrupted by the "strange and terrifying" necrosword and transformed into the newest God Butcher, a galactic killer who seeks the extinction of the gods. After making his way to Eternity to wish the extinction of the gods, Gorr is freed from the necrosword's influence by Thor and Jane Foster, and he instead wishes for his daughter Love's resurrection, which gives her omnipotent powers due to be resurrected by Eternity, sharing one final moment with her before dying.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Thor: Love and Thunder.

Grandmaster

The Grandmaster (portrayed by Jeff Goldblum) is the ruler of Sakaar, where he hosts a series of games called the Contest of Champions. He is eventually overthrown by his subjects. He is the brother of the Collector.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in two films: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (end credits sequence) and Thor: Ragnarok; and one short film: Team Darryl. Alternate versions of the Grandmaster appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[52]

Gravik

Gravik (portrayed by Kingsley Ben-Adir as an adult, Lucas Persaud as a child) is the leader of a group of rebel Skrulls who broke away from Talos' faction, believing the best way to help their kind is to infiltrate Earth for the resources they need. In pursuit of his mission, he and a group of scientific collaborators established the "Super-Skrull" project to collect powered DNA and strengthen their forces, with Gravik as the first test subject. He later obtains DNA samples from all of the superheroes who fought during the Battle of Earth, among others, but is eventually killed by a similarly empowered G'iah.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series Secret Invasion.

Groot

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Justin Hammer

Justin Hammer (portrayed by Sam Rockwell) is a weapons manufacturer and rival of Tony Stark. After noticing Ivan Vanko's use of an arc reactor-based weapon, he breaks Vanko out of jail and uses him for making weapons, including turning James Rhodes' armor into War Machine.[24][25]

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Iron Man 2 and the Marvel One-Shot All Hail the King. An alternate version of Justin Hammer appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?

Maya Hansen

Maya Hansen (portrayed by Rebecca Hall) is a scientist and a developer of the Extremis virus. She then works for Aldrich Killian who uses the virus as a weapon. She is later killed by him after she turns on him and has a change of heart.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Iron Man 3.

Agatha Harkness

Agatha Harkness (portrayed by Kathryn Hahn) is a witch. In 1693, she kills members of her Salem coven (including her mother Evanora) in self-defense when they attempt to execute her for practicing dark magic. In 2023, she arrives in Westview, New Jersey to investigate Wanda Maximoff's Hex. She pretends to be a friendly neighbor, but is ultimately revealed to be after Maximoff's powers.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series WandaVision. She is set to return in the upcoming Disney+ series Agatha All Along.[79]

Roger Harrington

Roger Harrington (portrayed by Martin Starr) is a science teacher at Midtown School of Science and Technology. In 2011, as a student at Culver University, he grants Bruce Banner access to the computers in exchange for some pizza.[80] After graduating, he moves to New York City and goes on to become a teacher and the coach of the Midtown School of Science and Technology Academic Decathlon Team. In 2024, he goes as a chaperone on a school-sponsored trip to Europe, but it gets ruined by Quentin Beck. Among his former students are Peter Parker, Flash Thompson, Michelle Jones, Ned Leeds, and Betty Brant.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in four films: The Incredible Hulk, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Spider-Man: Far From Home, and Spider-Man: No Way Home.

Arthur Harrow

Arthur Harrow (portrayed by Ethan Hawke) is a cult leader and avatar of Ammit who encourages Marc Spector to embrace his inner darkness. While named after a minor single-issue Moon Knight adversary from the comic books, Harrow is an original character, depicted as the former avatar of Khonshu.

Hawke also portrays Doctor Harrow, a psychiatrist version that only exists in Steven Grant's and Spector's mind, who helps Grant confront the truth of his mother's death while denying Khonshu's existence.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series Moon Knight.

Tyler Hayward

Tyler Hayward (portrayed by Josh Stamberg) is the acting director of S.W.O.R.D., having taken over from Maria Rambeau following her death.[81] Following the Blip, he is shown to have animosity against superheroes, viewing Wanda Maximoff as dangerous which leads to him kicking colleague Monica Rambeau, FBI agent Jimmy Woo and astrophysicist Darcy Lewis off the Westview investigation for having defended Maximoff. He is revealed to have lied to Monica, Woo, and Lewis earlier about Maximoff and has been working on a secret project dealing with Vision. The project culminates with Vision being reactivated by exposure to Maximoff's powers from a drone. However, his plan to eliminate Maximoff with Vision is foiled when the android's memories are restored by the created version of Vision inside the Hex. When Maximoff's alternate reality is partially taken down, Darcy stops Hayward from killing Maximoff's children Billy and Tommy, and he is arrested for tampering with evidence and removed from S.W.O.R.D.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series WandaVision.

Heimdall

Heimdall (portrayed by Idris Elba) is the sole protector of the Bifröst in Asgard and Thor's best friend, inspired by the mythical Heimdall in Norse mythology.[82] He maintains the bridge and can see across all worlds in the universe. In 2017, after Hela takes control of Asgard and the Bifröst, he secretly steals the sword needed to control the Bifröst and hides Asgardians from Hela. He takes part in the battle against Hela, after which he escapes with the Asgardian refugees before Asgard's destruction. However, the ship is intercepted by Thanos, who kills Heimdall after the latter transports Hulk to Earth. He is later seen in 2027 welcoming the deceased Jane Foster to the gates of Valhalla.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in six films: Thor, Thor: The Dark World,[83] Avengers: Age of Ultron,[84] Thor: Ragnarok, Avengers: Infinity War,[85] and Thor: Love and Thunder (post-credits cameo). An alternate version of Heimdall appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[86]

Hela

Hela (portrayed by Cate Blanchett), also known as the Goddess of Death, is the eldest daughter of Odin, Thor's father and king of Asgard. She is inspired from the mythical Hel from Norse mythology. Like Thor, her powers are drawn from Asgard and are strongest while she's there. As Odin's executioner, she helped conquer realms that allowed Asgard to grow and prosper. However, being the Goddess of Death, her growing destructive ambition led Odin to cast her out of the realm, which consequently weakened her powers and allowed Asgard to enjoy times of peace within the Nine Realms. Hela's banishment is rescinded upon the death of Odin, at which time she returns to claim her rightful place as queen. Her return is significant as the beginning of Ragnarok, the prophesied destruction of Asgard. She lays waste to Asgard, slays the Warriors Three, and resurrects the fallen Asgardian Berserkers who fought with her eons ago, including her giant wolf, Fenris. Thor, Valkyrie, Hulk, Loki, and the Sakaarian prisoners arrive at Asgard to fight her, but Thor realizes that she can only be defeated with the resurrection of the fire demon Surtur, which will cause Ragnarok. He sends Loki to awaken Surtur, who destroys Asgard and kills Hela while the Asgardians escape in a ship.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Thor: Ragnarok. Alternate versions of Hela appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?

Hercules

Hercules (portrayed by Brett Goldstein) is the son of Zeus, based on the Greek mythological deity of the same name. He is sent by his father to hunt down Thor as revenge for stealing Zeus' thunderbolt.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Thor: Love and Thunder (mid-credits cameo).

High Evolutionary

The High Evolutionary (portrayed by Chukwudi Iwuji) is an alien geneticist who sought to take what he viewed as lower life forms and enhance them into a perfect species.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.

Maria Hill

Maria Hill (portrayed by Cobie Smulders) is a recurring S.H.I.E.L.D. member and ally to Nick Fury, and loves Priscan Archaeology.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in five films: The Avengers, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Avengers: Infinity War (post-credits cameo), and Avengers: Endgame; as well as in three episodes of the television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and in the Disney+ series Secret Invasion. She is also impersonated by the Skrull Soren in Spider-Man: Far From Home.[87] Alternate version of Maria Hill appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[9]

Happy Hogan

Harold "Happy" Hogan (portrayed by Jon Favreau) is Tony Stark's bodyguard and close friend, and head of security for Stark Industries. Hogan is later assigned by Stark as head of Asset Management for the Avengers. He also serves as a mentor to Peter Parker after Stark's death and is romantically attracted to Parker's aunt, May.

In an alternate universe, Hogan had to deal with an assault from Justin Hammer on Avengers Tower during Christmas. He accidentally took a sample of Hulk's blood, turning him into Freak. Unlike the comic book version of Freak, Hogan can maintain his mind in this form.

A version of Hogan in an alternate universe set in 1602 named Sir Harold "Happy" Hogan is loyal to the royal family and is not friends with Tony Stark who he considers a "madman". He can also turn into Freak in moments of rage, much like Hulk, and is strong enough to up against his universe's version of Hulk.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in seven films: Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Iron Man 3, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man: Far From Home, and Spider-Man: No Way Home.[88] Alternate versions of Happy Hogan appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[9]

Hogun

Hogun (portrayed by Tadanobu Asano), also known as Hogun the Grim, is a member of the Warriors Three of Asgard, depicted as a Vanir grim warrior from Vanaheim. He is killed by Hela in 2017.[89][64]

As of 2024, the character has appeared in four films: Thor, Thor: The Dark World, Thor: Ragnarok, and Thor: Love and Thunder (archival footage).[65] An alternate version of Hogun appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?, voiced by David Chen.[66]

Lemar Hoskins / Battlestar

Sergeant Major[90] Lemar Hoskins (portrayed by Clé Bennett), also known as Battlestar, is the partner of John Walker, the new Captain America. Hoskins and Walker served together in Operation Enduring Freedom and Hoskins laments that they could have saved a lot of lives had they been super soldiers. During a fight with the Flag Smashers, Karli Morgenthau punches him into a concrete pillar, killing him.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.

Howard the Duck

Howard the Duck (voiced by Seth Green) is an anthropomorphic duck who used to be one of the Collector's specimens.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in four films: Guardians of the Galaxy, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Avengers: Endgame (cameo) and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. Alternate versions of Howard appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?.[9]

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Ikaris

Ikaris (portrayed by Richard Madden) is an Eternal who can fly and project cosmic energy beams from his eyes. He also has superhuman strength and durability. Throughout history, Ikaris was Sersi's romantic partner before leaving her thousands of years ago. In 2024, after discovering that the Eternal's leader Ajak plans to stop the Emergence, Ikaris feeds her to the Deviants before reuniting with the rest of the Eternals on Earth, betraying the team to uphold Arishem's instructions. However, he is unable to bring himself to kill Sersi, and joins his fellow Eternals to form the Uni-Mind and stop the Emergence of Tiamut. Guilt-ridden, Ikaris commits suicide by flying into the Sun.[91]

Madden described the relationship between Ikaris and Sersi as having "a deep level of romance,"[2] and they are "two opposing sides of how they connect with the world," referencing Sersi's growing love for humanity compared to Ikaris' indifference.[1] Madden sought to portray the character in a way that would not come across as being "bored of everything."[2] Director Chloé Zhao was influenced by Zack Snyder's interpretation of Superman in Man of Steel (2013) for its authenticity and realness.[92]

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Eternals. An alternate version of Ikaris will appear in the upcoming Disney+ animated series Marvel Zombies.[23]

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J. Jonah Jameson

Edwin Jarvis

Jentorra

Jentorra (portrayed by Katy O'Brian) is the leader of the Freedom Fighters in the Quantum Realm.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.

Michelle "MJ" Jones-Watson

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Kaecilius

Kaecilius (portrayed by Mads Mikkelsen) is a Master of the Mystic Arts who broke away from the teachings of the Ancient One to become a follower of Dormammu.[93][94] Leading a band of fellow zealots, Kaecilius seeks to destroy the Sanctums to allow Dormammu to bring Earth into the Dark Dimension. When Doctor Strange manages to defeat Dormammu with a time loop, the Dark Dimension retreats, bringing Kaecilius and his followers with him to experience a hellish eternal life.

Kaecilius was developed as a combination of several comic book characters, ultimately to drive the introduction of bigger villains for the future of the MCU, including the concept of "certain individuals who live in other dimensions." Director Scott Derrickson compared the dynamic to that of Saruman and Sauron in The Lord of the Rings, citing the "human relatability" of Kaecilius and Saruman while a "huge and fantastical" villain like Dormammu or Sauron orchestrates events in the background.[95][96] Recognizing the criticism of past MCU villains, Derrickson said he hoped to show "Kaecilius's point of view and what makes him tick" in the time that he could,[97] and that the character was a "man of ideas" with "watertight logic," comparing him to John Doe from Seven or the Joker from The Dark Knight.[96] Mikkelsen's makeup showing the corruption of the Dark Dimension took between 2–3 hours to apply.[98]

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Doctor Strange.

Kahhori

Kahhori (voiced by Devery Jacobs) is a young Mohawk woman who discovered the Tesseract transformed a lake in the Haudenosaunee Confederacy into a gateway to the stars, leading her on a quest to discover her power. She is later abducted by Doctor Strange Supreme and teams up with Captain Peggy Carter to stop him.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series What If…?.

Kamran

Kamran (portrayed by Rish Shah) is a new student at Kamala Khan's high school on whom she develops a crush.[99] Kamala discovers that Kamran is the son of Najma, an inter-dimensional being known as a Clandestine, or djinn, who knew Kamala's great-grandmother Aisha. The Clandestines want to use Kamala's new powers to return home to the Noor dimension, but they grow violent when she hesitates due to the potential danger. Kamran and the Clandestines are captured and imprisoned by Damage Control, but they quickly escape, and Kamran is abandoned by his mother after sustaining an injury during the escape. Najma later sees the error in her ways, sacrificing herself to close the Noor. Her power is transferred to Kamran, who can create hard blue light structures, though the Noor continues to escape through him. He is saved by Kamala, and joins the Red Daggers.

Shah stated that Kamran is able to relate so easily to Kamala because of his "lack of belonging and community," and he feels he is able to express himself culturally around her.[100]

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series Ms. Marvel.

Kang the Conqueror

Kang the Conqueror (portrayed by Jonathan Majors) is a powerful time-traveling being who exists in many forms, or "variants", across the multiverse. His most notable variants include the Time Variance Authority (TVA) creator He Who Remains, the 19th-century industrialist Victor Timely, and Immortus, the leader of the Council of Kangs.

Kang the Conqueror debuted in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. A multiversal traveler in the newly created multiverse who believed that the multiverse was dying due to his variants, he attempted to instigate a war to stop them, only to be captured by the Council of Kangs and exiled to the Quantum Realm. There, he met Janet van Dyne and worked with her to fix his ship's energy core and take them both home. After years of failed attempts, they successfully re-powered it, but she learned of his true nature and used her Pym Particles to prevent him from accessing the core before she eventually escaped the Quantum Realm. Despite this, Kang conquered it, built a new empire, swayed Janet's old Quantum Realm friend Lord Krylar to his side, and recruited Darren Cross into his ranks. In 2026, Janet, Hank Pym, their daughter Hope van Dyne, Scott Lang, and his daughter Cassie are transported to the Quantum Realm, getting separated in the process. Kang captures the Langs and manipulates Scott into retrieving the core; Scott was successful, but Kang obtains the core and betrays Scott. After Cassie instigates a rebellion against him, Kang engages Scott in battle until Hope helps him knock Kang into the core. In the mid-credits scene of Quantumania, the Council of Kangs, led by Immortus, Rama-Tut, and Centurion, discuss the fate of "The Exiled One".

Since 2021, Majors also played alternate versions of the character in the Loki series. The first-season finale sees the debut of He Who Remains, the founder of the TVA. He Who Remains reveals to Loki and Sylvie that he destroyed the original multiverse and created the TVA to control the flow of the "Sacred Timeline" and prevent a new multiverse from forming due to the vast Multiversal War that had broken out in the previous one; after overlooking the timeline for eons, He Who Remains claims that he seeks to retire, restoring free will to allow Loki and Sylvie to decide whether to take his place and lead the TVA, or kill him, create a new multiverse and allow a new Multiversal War to begin. Sylvie chooses to kill He Who Remains, sending Loki back to the TVA.[101] It is later revealed that He Who Remains previously openly ruled the TVA and had a romance with Ravonna Renslayer before wiping their memories of his existence. Loki later travels back in time to before He Who Remains' death and learns that He Who Remains had actually orchestrated everything that had occurred after his death, including Loki's time slipping. He Who Remains insists that the only option is to kill Sylvie and prevent his death to keep the timeline from branching so as to keep his variants away. While Loki nearly gives in and saves He Who Remains, he instead finds another solution by weaving together the timeline branches into Yggdrasil with Loki at the heart of it maintaining them.

The Loki second-season episode "1893" sees Miss Minutes and Ravonna Renslayer follow a roadmap left by He Who Remains before his death to create a new version of him in the new Multiverse; on finding a young Victor Timely as a child in the 19th Century, they leave him with Ouroboros's TVA handbook, before proceeding to later on in his life in 1893, when as an adult, he now is an eager scientist seeking to build a time loom based on his reading of the handbook. After Loki and Mobius M. Mobius find Victor at one of his shows, they attempt to bring him back to the TVA to help fix a problem with their Time loom (locked to He Who Remains' temporal aura), only to be interrupted by Miss Minutes, Renslayer, and Sylvie, the latter two attempting to kill Victor before changing their minds, and the former attempting to seduce him. After Victor and Sylvie send Miss Minutes and Renslayer back to the Citadel at the End of Time, where He Who Remains' corpse is now rotting, Miss Minutes decides to tell Renslayer about her history, while Loki and Mobius bring Victor to the TVA. When Timely arrives at the TVA, he meets B-15, Casey, and O.B. When they prepare the device to fix the loom, he is kidnapped by Renslayer, Miss Minutes, and X-5, and while they interrogate him, Sylvie, with her charm, causes X-5 to prune Renslayer and Miss Minutes is deactivated. When Timely tries to fix the loom, he is killed. After Loki travels by controlling the time he spends by focusing on one person, Timely survives and manages to fix the loom, but the infinite number of branches make it mathematically impossible. Subsequently, Loki manages to weave the branches into Yggdrasil, allowing the Multiverse to survive. Afterwards, in 1868, a young Victor variant does not receive the TVA handbook, sending him on a different path.

As of 2024, Kang the Conqueror has appeared in the film Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, He Who Remains has appeared in the Disney+ series Loki, the Council of Kangs has appeared in the mid-credit scene of the film Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and Victor Timely has appeared in the post-credit scene of the film and in the second season of the Disney+ series Loki. Kang was set to next appear in the fifth (formerly subtitled The Kang Dynasty) and sixth Avengers films. However, on December 18, 2023, Majors was fired by Disney and Marvel Studios after being found guilty of assault, leaving the character's future in the MCU in question.[102]

Kareem / Red Dagger

Kareem (portrayed by Aramis Knight) is a member of the Red Daggers who was chosen to hold their titular warrior mantle of Red Dagger.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series Ms. Marvel.

Katy

Katy (portrayed by Awkwafina), also known as Ruiwen, is a hotel valet and Shang-Chi's best friend who was unaware of his past.[103] She accompanies Shang-Chi to find his sister Xialing, until they are captured by Wenwu and the Ten Rings organization. Escaping with Trevor Slattery, they're going to the mythical village Ta Lo, where she helps defend the village from the Dweller-in-Darkness by striking a weak spot in its armor with an arrow. Back in San Francisco, Katy and Shang-Chi are summoned by the sorcerer Wong to accompany him to Kamar-Taj, where they are introduced to Bruce Banner and Carol Danvers via hologram. Wong, Banner, and Danvers discover that the rings are emitting a mysterious signal and Wong vows to keep looking into it. Shang-Chi then suggests they go to a bar, and he, Katy, and Wong sing karaoke together.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.[104][105] An alternate version of Katy will appear in the upcoming Disney+ animated series Marvel Zombies.[23]

Kazi

Kazimierz "Kazi" Kazimierczak (portrayed by Fra Fee) is a prominent member of the Tracksuit Mafia. He is the second in command and personal sign interpreter to Maya Lopez, who has been his friend since childhood. He was involved in Fisk's plot to take control over New York City and helped arrange Ronin's massacre of several Tracksuit Mafia leaders, including Maya's father. Kazi was ordered by Fisk to kill Kate's mother Eleanor Bishop, although she was rescued by Clint Barton and Kate Bishop. Kazi was then stabbed by Lopez after she found out about his involvement in her father's death.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series Hawkeye.

Harley Keener

Harley Keener (portrayed by Ty Simpkins) is a child from Tennessee who, in 2012, assists Tony Stark following the destruction of his mansion and the ongoing attacks by the "Mandarin" (Aldrich Killian). In 2023, Keener attends Stark's funeral.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in two films: Iron Man 3 and Avengers: Endgame.

Kamala Khan / Ms. Marvel

Khan family

Kamala Khan's family play an important role in her life. Her parents are Muneeba and Yusuf Khan (portrayed by Zenobia Shroff and Mohan Kapur respectively), and her older brother is Aamir (portrayed by Saagar Shaikh). As of 2024, these characters have appeared in the film The Marvels; as well as in the Disney+ series Ms. Marvel.

Aamir's fiancée and later wife is Tyesha Hillman (portrayed by Travina Springer). Muneeba's mother is Sana (portrayed by Samina Ahmad), who still lives in Karachi. Sana's mother was Aisha (portrayed by Mehwish Hayat), a Clandestine who fell in love with Sana's father Hasan (portrayed by Fawad Khan) and decided to stay on Earth and passed the mystical bangle down through the generations, before Aisha was killed by fellow Clandestine Najma. As of 2024, these characters have appeared in the Disney+ series Ms. Marvel.

Khonshu

Khonshu (motion-captured by Karim El Hakim, voiced by F. Murray Abraham) is the Egyptian moon god, an outcast amongst the gods for waging a "one-god war on perceived injustices", thus necessitating him to find and use his avatar, Marc Spector. He is based on the Egyptian deity of the same name.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series Moon Knight.

Aldrich Killian

Aldrich Killian (portrayed by Guy Pearce) is the co-developer of the Extremis virus. He is also depicted as the founder of Advanced Idea Mechanics (A.I.M.). Starting out as a sickly individual snubbed by Tony Stark in the past, he swore revenge. Years later, Killian participates in Maya Hansen's development of Extremis to cure himself, founds a terrorist movement with a group of Extremis-enhanced soldiers under his command, and poses as the Mandarin to ruin Stark, only to be killed by the Extremis-enhanced Pepper Potts.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Iron Man 3.

Kingo

Kingo (portrayed by Kumail Nanjiani) is an Eternal who can project cosmic energy projectiles from his hands. Enamored with fame, Kingo becomes a popular Bollywood film actor and director to blend in on Earth. He also has a production company in Mumbai.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Eternals.

Ulysses Klaue

Ulysses Klaue (portrayed by Andy Serkis) is a South African black-market arms dealer, smuggler, and gangster who is notorious for having stolen a quarter-ton of vibranium from the Wakandans in 1992. After losing his left arm to Ultron, Klaue replaces it with a prosthetic that doubles as a sonic weapon and works with Killmonger until the latter betrays and kills him to gain entrance into Wakanda.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in two films: Avengers: Age of Ultron and Black Panther. An alternate version of Klaue appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[9]: 2 

Cameron Klein

Cameron Klein (portrayed by Aaron Himelstein) is a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent and technician who stayed loyal to Steve Rogers during the Hydra uprising. He was later recruited by Fury and became one of his allies during the Battle of Sokovia and Infinity War.[106]

As of 2024, the character has appeared in two films: Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Korath

Korath (portrayed by Djimon Hounsou) is a member of the Starforce during the Kree-Skrull War before becoming Ronan the Accuser's enforcer, during which he turns against Thanos and fights the Guardians of the Galaxy, only to be killed by Drax.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in two films: Guardians of the Galaxy and Captain Marvel. An alternate version of Korath appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[52]

Korg

Korg (voiced and motion-captured by Taika Waititi) is a Kronan warrior, who was forced to participate in the Contest of Champions on Sakaar, along with his best friend, Miek. He later leads a rebellion against the Grandmaster and escapes the planet with the help of Thor with the fight to protect the survivors of Asgard against Hela, went with the survivors that escaped from Thanos' attack on their ship to protect them, and travels to Earth. By 2023, he resides in Tønsberg, Norway, now named New Asgard, boarding with Thor and Miek, and playing online games, eventually marrying another Kronan named Dwayne by 2026.[107]

Several alternate versions of Korg appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...? where he was seen as a guest at Thor's party on Earth, one of the victims of the Infinity Ultron, defending Xandar from Ronan the Accuser and the corrupt Nova Prime alongside Nebula, and as an ally of Tony Stark after he crashed on Sakaar following the Battle of New York.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in three films: Thor: Ragnarok, Avengers: Endgame and Thor: Love and Thunder, with Waititi also directing the two Thor films. Alternate versions of Korg appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[52][108]

Kro

Kro (voiced by Bill Skarsgård)[109] is a Deviant who despises the Eternals. He is later killed by Thena.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Eternals.

Heinz Kruger

Heinz Kruger (portrayed by Richard Armitage) is the Red Skull's top assassin who kills Abraham Erskine before ingesting cyanide.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Captain America: The First Avenger.[110] An alternate version of Kruger appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?

Krylar

Lord Krylar (portrayed by Bill Murray) is the Governor of Axia, a city located in the Quantum Realm.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.

Kurt

Kurt (portrayed by David Dastmalchian) is a friend and roommate of Scott Lang and Luis who works as the team's hacker during heists. He, Luis, and Dave are together known as the "Three Wombats". Dastmalchian stated that Kurt's last name is Goreshter.[111]

As of 2024, the character has appeared in two films: Ant-Man and Ant-Man and the Wasp. An alternate version of Kurt appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[9]: 2 

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Cassie Lang

Cassie Lang as she appeared on the MCU films: Abby Ryder Fortson (left) as a child on Ant-Man and Ant-Man and the Wasp, Emma Fuhrmann (middle) as a teenager on Avengers: Endgame, and Kathryn Newton (right) as a young adult on Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.

Cassandra "Cassie" Lang (portrayed by Abby Ryder Fortson in Ant-Man and Ant-Man and the Wasp, Emma Fuhrmann in Avengers: Endgame, and Kathryn Newton in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania) is the daughter of Maggie and Scott Lang. Her parents eventually divorce based on her father's criminal activity and her mother forms a relationship with police officer Jim Paxton. In 2015, she is held hostage by Darren Cross / Yellowjacket and then learns her father is Ant-Man. In 2018, she expresses interest in being her father's partner and meets Hope van Dyne. She then survives the Blip and lives five years without her father becoming a teenager. In 2023, she is reunited with her father. With interest in the Quantum Realm, Cassie works with Hank Pym and van Dyne to build a quantum satellite as well as her own purple version of an "Ant-Man" suit. In 2026, she shows her satellite to her father, but it gets hacked and she, her father, van Dyne, Janet van Dyne, and Pym are sucked into the Quantum Realm. There, she and her father learn about the multiverse and face Kang the Conqueror, as well as meeting Cross again, now as M.O.D.O.K.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in four films: Ant-Man, Ant-Man and the Wasp, Avengers: Endgame and Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.

Scott Lang / Ant-Man

Lang family

Maggie (portrayed by Judy Greer) is the ex-wife of Scott Lang, the mother of Cassie Lang and the wife of Jim Paxton (portrayed by Bobby Cannavale) who is a police officer in the San Francisco Police Department. Maggie met Scott Lang, the man who would become her husband, and fell in love with him despite knowing his past criminal activities. Lang supported her husband unconditionally until she became pregnant with their daughter, Cassandra. After Cassie's birth, Lang made Scott promise he would leave his criminal lifestyle behind, even though he claimed he was only stealing from crooks.

As of 2024, these characters have appeared in two films: Ant-Man and Ant-Man and the Wasp.

Laufey

Laufey (portrayed by Colm Feore) is the king of the Frost Giants based on Laufey in Norse mythology. He is the biological father of Loki, and abandoned him as a child due to his small size. Laufey has a strong hatred for Odin for his defeat in battle when he tried to conquer Earth. Loki convinces Laufey to take over Asgard himself, but betrays and kills Laufey to prove himself worthy of Odin.

As of 2024, the character has only appeared in the film Thor.[112][24][25]

Ned Leeds

Ned Leeds (portrayed by Jacob Batalon) is Peter Parker's best friend and the first person other than Tony Stark and Happy Hogan to discover Parker's identity as Spider-Man. He falls victim to the Blip in 2018 but is revived in 2023. In 2024, following the exposure and incrimination of Parker's secret identity to the world, Ned, MJ, and Parker's university applications are all subsequently rejected due to the controversy, in spite of the lifting of his criminal charges. When villains from alternate realities are brought into their universe, Ned and MJ help Parker collect the displaced villains into the Sanctum Sanctorum. Following a staged coup by the alternate Norman Osborn that results in the villains breaking out of captivity and Peter's Aunt May losing her life in the process when she is killed by Osborn, Ned accidentally summons two alternate Spider-Men, referred to as "Peter-Two" and "Peter-Three," who aid the main universe's Parker in curing the villains. Ned and MJ share a final goodbye with Parker before Stephen Strange casts a spell which wipes the world's memories of Parker and sends the displaced individuals back to their realities, relinquishing Ned's friendship with Parker completely. He is a Filipino-American.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in five films: Spider-Man: Homecoming, Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: Endgame (cameo), Spider-Man: Far From Home, and Spider-Man: No Way Home; as well as in the web series The Daily Bugle.[113]

Darcy Lewis

Dr. Darcy Lewis (portrayed by Kat Dennings) is an original character in the MCU, often serving as comic relief.[114] In 2011 and 2013, she was, originally, a political science major at Culver University and volunteer research assistant to astrophysicist Jane Foster because Darcy needed the credit for college.[114][115] By 2023, she has a doctorate in astrophysics.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in three films: Thor, Thor: The Dark World, and Thor: Love and Thunder; as well as in the Disney+ series WandaVision.[116] Two alternate versions of Darcy Lewis appeared in the Disney+ animated series What If...?[9]: 2  The character had made her comic book debut in Scarlet Witch (2023),[117] subsequently appearing in Scarlet Witch & Quicksilver (2024)[118] and Women of Marvel ('Witch House') (2024).[119]

Liz

Liz (portrayed by Laura Harrier) is a senior at Midtown School of Science and Technology who leads the decathlon team. She is the daughter of Adrian Toomes and initial love interest of Peter Parker. She leaves Peter's school and moves states upon her father's arrest.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film Spider-Man: Homecoming.

List

Dr. List (portrayed by Henry Goodman) is a Hydra scientist who conducted the experimentation on Loki's scepter and the twins Pietro and Wanda Maximoff. Dr. List later became one of the heads of Hydra following the death of Daniel Whitehall, as mentioned by Kebo, and clashed with Phil Coulson's S.H.I.E.L.D. team. During the Avengers' attack on Hydra's Sokovian base, Dr. List was killed by Tony Stark.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in two films: Captain America: The Winter Soldier (mid-credits cameo) and Avengers: Age of Ultron; as well as in the television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Maya Lopez / Echo

Maya Lopez (portrayed by Alaqua Cox), also known as Echo, is of Native American descent and is deaf. She is the daughter of William Lopez and adopted niece of Wilson Fisk. When William is killed by Clint Barton during the Blip, she becomes the new leader of the Tracksuit Mafia. In 2024, Lopez commands the Mafia against Barton and Kate Bishop, until she learns Fisk orchestrated William's death.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the Disney+ series Hawkeye and Echo, both of which include Lopez as a child (portrayed by Cox's cousin, Darnell Besaw).[120]

Lopez family

William Lopez (portrayed by Zahn McClarnon) and Taloa (portrayed by Katarina Ziervogel) are the parents of Maya Lopez. William is the former leader of the Tracksuit Mafia and was killed by Clint Barton during his time as Ronin in the Blip, though the events were revealed to be orchestrated by Lopez's boss Wilson Fisk. Henry "Black Crow" Lopez (portrayed by Chaske Spencer) is Maya's uncle and William's brother, who owns a local roller-skating rink and is still connected to Fisk's criminal empire. Chula (portrayed by Tantoo Cardinal) is Maya's estranged grandmother and a descendant of the Choctaw tribe. Bonnie (portrayed by Devery Jacobs) is the cousin of Maya Lopez and a descendant of the Choctaw tribe, who became a member of the Tamaha Fire Department in her adulthood. Biscuits (portrayed by Cody Lightning) is the cousin of Maya Lopez and a member of the Choctaw tribe. Skully (portrayed by Graham Greene) is a grandfather-figure to Maya, who owns the town pawn shop. Unlike other members of Maya's estranged family, Skully is more willing to find a way forward in their relationship.

As of 2024, these characters have appeared in the Disney+ series Echo, with William also appearing in the series Hawkeye.

Loki

Luis

Luis (portrayed by Michael Peña) is Scott Lang's best friend, serving as his ally and former criminal liaison. He has a particular knack for storytelling, and often serves as comic relief in the Ant-Man films.

As of 2024, the character has appeared in two films: Ant-Man and Ant-Man and the Wasp.

Lylla

Lylla (voiced by Linda Cardellini) is a genetically augmented otter with cybernetic limbs who was created by the High Evolutionary as part of Batch 89, along with Teefs, Floor, and Rocket.[121] After discovering that their creator intended to kill them, the group attempt to escape, only for the High Evolutionary to kill all of them except for Rocket.[122] In the present, Rocket briefly reunites with his friends during a near-death experience.[123]

As of 2024, the character has appeared in the film: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.

See also

Notes

  1. ^ As depicted in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law
  2. ^ As depicted in Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)
  3. ^ As depicted in The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special (2022)
  4. ^ As depicted in Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 (2023)

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