18 Most Powerful & Strongest Marvel Villains Ever [RANKED]

According to the concept of Chinese Philosophy, Yin Yang balances the two forces of nature that are complementary and interconnected to each other. For example- Dark and Light, Good and Bad etc.

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Here are the some rankings :

1. Villain Name: Ebony Maw

Thanos adopted the orphaned Maw and raised him as his own child, and trained him to be a deadly member of the Black Order, a team of extra-terrestrials who work for Thanos.

Ebony Maw was calm and very calculative during his service to his father, which on contrary, differs from other bloodthirsty members of the Black Order. He was very loyal to Thanos, and one of the most trusted lieutenants and chief thinkers within the Black Order.

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Gifted with powers of telekinesis, Maw gave warnings of his power across the galaxy while searching for the Infinity Stones. Maw was able to move and manipulate inanimate objects to his will.

After the defeat of Thanos, Ebony Maw started disciplining Thane into becoming something greater than Thanos or anyone would. The manipulative abilities of Ebony Maw are the result of his persuasive voice that allows him to control even the most powerful minds such as that of Doctor Strange.

During the Battle of Earth, Maw alerted his father to Hawkeye taking the Nano Gauntlet, and after Iron Man’s snap, Maw’s final act was to kneel before his father, before being reduced to dust alongside Thanos’ armies and then Thanos himself.

  • Alias: None
  • Debut: New Avengers #8 (2013)
  • Created By: Jonathan Hickman, Jerome Opeña

2. Villain Name: Ultron

Ultron was programmed Dr. Henry Pym, aka Ant-Man (or Giant-Man), to bring peace and harmony, but he concluded that, the extinction of the human race and the Avengers is the only way out.you can also read about attack on titan .

Among several androids he made, Vision and Burglar. The first to use adamantium, a fictional metal alloy that covered his certain body parts. Dr.Henry Pym, using the technology of the Dragon Man robot and his own brain path, created an artificial intelligence, Ultron-1.

He can interface with any computer, and can transfer his electronic mind into a new robotic body. Ultron showed great resistance to all ranges of attacks like hammering of Thor, blows of Captain America’s vibranium shield, against Iron Man- he unleashed his own armor.

  • Alias: None
  • Debut: The Avengers #54 (1968)
  • Created By: Roy Thomas, John Buscema

3. Villain Name: Mangog

Mangog is a fictional monster who draws strength from the vengeful souls of a billion individuals, belonging to alien race that was defeated by Odin. Mangog was defeated by Odin and later, was brought back to life by Loki but was defeated when Thor separated him from his energy source, reducing to the size of a rat. He was later aided by the wizard Igron.

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He did not reappear until he allies himself with Thanos (a clone of the real Thanos), to use the Stone of Enlightenment to destroy the galaxy.He was defeated by Thor when Thor placed the Mjolnir hammer inside the monster’s mouth and then fired an Anti-Force beam inside.Mangog is also immortal and virtually indestructible and absorbs the hatred of his enemies to become even stronger.

  • Alias: None
  • Debut: Thor #154 (1968)
  • Created By: Stan Lee, Jack Kirby

4. Villain Name: Surtur

Surtur is an evil fire demon from Scandinavian mythology and the sworn enemy of Thor, and was destined to be released by Loki and cause the Ragnarok, the destruction of the Norse Gods.

Surtur is endowed with strength and endurance far superior to Thor’s. He can generate and control flames and is vulnerable to intense cold and possesses the giant Sword of Doom (Scabrite), found in the mines of Surtur’s realm.

He was imprisoned by Odin inside the Earth and was freed by Loki. He invades the Earth and opposed by the combined forces of Odin, Thor and Balder. Later, Thor trapped him in a magnetic metal meteorite.Summoned back to Earth by the Sons of Satannish, with the giant Ymir, he attacks the Avengers, but gets defeated by the Black Knight and Doctor Strange.

Defeated during the last Ragnarok, his skeleton falls on Asgard, still wielding Twilight, in front of Beta Ray Bill, which resurrected the Norse gods.

  • Alias: None
  • Debut: Journey into Mystery #97 (1963)
  • Created By: Stan Lee, Jack Kirby

5. Villain Name: Hela

Hela is a comic book character inspired by the goddess from Norse mythology. Hela is the ruler of Hel and Niflheim, wielding the Nightsword, where the unworthy souls who cannot enter Valhalla are destined; this makes her the Asgardian “Goddess of Death”.

Thor’s recurring enemy, Hela is Loki’s daughter and is technically an Frost Giant like him, and possesses the powers like high strength, endurance, speed, agility, hand-to-hand combatant, a manipulator and temptress to steal the souls of her opponents.

She is immortal unless she is killed but can come back to life, as a hellish divinity inextricably linked to Death. The green cape she wears enhances her dark powers, allowing her to teleport anywhere in the Nine realms.

  • Alias: None
  • Debut: Journey into Mystery #102 (1964)
  • Created By: Stan Lee, Jack Kirby

6. Villain Name: Dormammu

Dormammu, also known as the The Dread One, Lord of Chaos, and The Great Enigma, a sorcerer, the lord of the Dark Dimension and is a supervillain in the Marvel universe, best-known as Doctor Strange’s primary enemy.

He is a member of the Faltine race, a beneficial shape-shifting people residing on another plane of reality. Dormammu will try to conquer others, including the Earth.

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His abilities are immortality, transmutation of matter, interdimensional teleportation, the creation of artificial beings and the ability to control weaker individuals. Dormammu’s energy can be invoked by Doctor Strange and Baron Mordo.

  • Alias: None
  • Debut: Strange Tales #126 (1964)
  • Created By: Stan Lee, Steve Ditko

7. Villain Name: Mephisto

Mephisto is a fictional demon, the supreme Lord of Hell, inspired by the character of the same name from the legend of Faust, known as the archenemy of Johnny Blaze. His purpose is to deceive the mortals of all universe and he is also the nemesis of the Silver Surfer.

Mephisto plays a pivotal role in the “Spider-Man: One More Day” storyline, in which Peter Parker desperately tries to save his aunt May Parker, who is killed by a bullet from one of the Kingpin’s hitmen which was aimed at him. Mephisto offers to save her, but in return makes a pact through which Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson must give up their marriage.you should also know about shapeshifter in marvel universe.

  • Alias: None
  • Debut: The Silver Surfer #3 (1968)
  • Created By: Stan Lee, John Buscema

8. Villain Name Kang The Conqueror

Kang the Conqueror is one of the most interesting characters in the Marvel universe. He is one of the many incarnations of one Nathaniel Richard, a 31st- century scholar who used Victor von Doom’s time travel technology. During his travel to Ancient Egypt and became the Pharaoh Rama-Tut, adopted En Sabah Nur (Apocalypse) as his heir.

To eliminate Avengers, Richard became the Scarlet Centurion. After getting defeated, Kang misses his timeline by a thousand years and lands on Earth. He expanded his rule throughout that timeline’s galaxy, becoming Kang the Conqueror. There are different iterations of Kang, one has interacted with the primary universe of Earth-616, while the original Kang is from Earth-6311.

  • Alias: Rama-Tur, Nathaniel Richards
  • Debut: Fantastic Four #19 (1963)
  • Created By: Stan Lee, Jack Kirby

9. Villain Name: Magneto

Magneto is a mutant, recurring antagonist of the X-Men, a Holocaust survivor. who wishes to prevent mutants from suffering.

He possesses friend/foe relationship with Charles Xavier, the founder of X-Men, makes him the most complex supervillains in the Marvel Universe. He is variably presented as a criminal, an anti-hero, or a hero.

Magneto can manipulate electromagnetic fields, extend to the atomic level, which allows him to manipulate chemical structures and rearrange matter. He can also generate electromagnetic pulses and become invisible by curving the light around his body. He can increase his stamina and durability far beyond human limits.He can produce wormholes and teleport through the wormhole.

  • Alias: Max Eisenhardt
  • Debut: The X-Men #1 (1963)
  • Created By: Stan Lee, Jack Kirby

10. Villain Name: Apocalypse

Apocalypse is a X-Men villain and was brought to Apocalypse series for narrative purposes. En Sabah Nur, the mutant known as Apocalypse, was born in Ancient Egypt and is probably the first mutant in history to manifest his X-Gene.

He was shunned for his gray skin and blue lips by his people, saved by Baal of the. Sandstormers, was named En Sabah Nur – “The First One”. He is a philosophical villain with a theory and strategy of mutant supremacy in a harsh world. His ultimate goal is to initiate a large war between the humans and the mutants, resulting the mutants to rule over Earth with him as their leader.

  • Alias: En Sabah Nur
  • Debut: X-Factor #5 (1986)
  • Created By: Louise Simonson, Jackson Guice

11. Villain Name: Dr. Doom

Dr. Doom is the archenemy of the Fantastic Four, a brilliant inventor and a sorcerer.

On the death of his parents, he discovers his mother, Cynthia Von Doom, was a witch. College and roommate of Reed Richards, the future Mister Fantastic of the Fantastic Four, becomes victim of an accident during one of his first experiments to communicate with his deceased mother costing him a completely disfigured face and expulsion from the university.

His thirst for knowledge led him to Tibet where he mastered all the secrets of power. He gets help from them to forge armor and a mask, he poured all his knowledge, both in robotics and alchemy.

  • Alias: Victor Von Doom
  • Debut: The Fantastic Four #5 (1962)
  • Created By: Stan Lee, Jack Kirby

12. Villain Name: Dark Phoenix (Phoenix Force)

The Phoenix Force is a cosmic entity with enormous powers and is able to control atoms and molecules. After manifesting, the Entity takes on the form of a bird made of pure self-igniting flame. The Phoenix Force returns to a state of quiescence inside her in “White Hot Room”, a remote place in space and time where it incubated until its next return.

When it chose Jean Gray, she maximized her telekinesing power. On Earth, it got attracted to Jean Gray, keeping her in a state of hibernation for a long time. Later, it absorbed her memories and identity and place among the X- Men, where it became the Dark Phoenix, a terribly dangerous and destructive entity.

After its death, Jean Gray has become the White Phoenix of the Crown.

  • Alias: Various
  • Debut: Uncanny X-Men #101 (1976)
  • Created By: Chris Claremont, Dave Cockrum

13. Villain Name: Gorr The God Butcher

Gorr the God Butcher is a very notorious villain, one of Thor’s formidable foes, born on an unnamed planet and a member of an unknown species of aliens.

He witnessed Knull, a dark elder god, fight another god in a desert. When Knull’s opponent asked his help, Gorr became furious and as Knull’s sword bonded with him to become the All-Black the Necrosword, to kill the god. Gorr, became the God Butcher, vowing to kill every god in the universe.

Gorr managed to get the upper hand against the Asgardian God before the latter finally managed to kill Gorr using two Mjolnirs and the symbiote was destroyed, but the moral Gorr was resurrected, albeit as an insane amnesiac.

  • Alias: None
  • Debut: Thor: God of Thunder #2 (2012)
  • Created By: Jason Aaron, Esad Ribic

14. Villain Name: Thanos

Thanos, a m ember of the Eternals, was born on Titan, one of Saturn’s moons. Being the son of two Eternals, A’lars and Sui-San, he is also a carrier of the Deviant gene, which explains his physical appearance.

His mother wanted to kill him, as he was a threat but his father stopped her. He became fascinated by the concept of death, falling in love with Mistress Death in the Marvel universe. He wanted ultimate power, to rule over the entire universe, and to become the most powerful living being.

That’s why, he wanted to collect the Infinity Stones, so he could shape reality to his will.

  • Alias: None
  • Debut: The Invincible Iron Man #55 (1973)
  • Created By: Jim Starlin

15. Villain Name: Grandmaster

Grandmaster belongs to the group of Elders of the Universe. “Primal Power” is a form of cosmic radiation resulting from the Big Bang that he has mastered. He can use advanced technology to increase his abilities and perform mental feats that might be beyond his ability.

En Dwi Gast possesses extensive knowledge game and high intellect from a time far beyond that of everyday Earth life. In a fraction of a second, he can calculate various probabilities and is also capable of detecting things in his environment that cannot be detected by ordinary senses because of extra-sensory perception.

  • Alias: En Dwi Gast
  • Debut: The Avengers #69 (1969)
  • Created By: Roy Thomas, Sal Buscema

16. Villain Name: Galactus

Galactus, the Taa-an alien explorer, known as Galan and remains the last living being from the previous universe. He is a god-like entity with a different sense of morality from regular humans, a reason to clash with Earth super heroes.

He’s full of energy after gulping several planets and is accompanied by a herald (the most famous being the Silver Surfer). The herald travels the universe for suitable planets to feed him to satisfy his endless hunger.

It is difficult to stop Galactus from finishing a planet, which is why the best option is to leave the planet and let it be gulped by him.

  • Alias: Galan
  • Debut: Fantastic Four #48 (1966)
  • Created By: Stan Lee, Jack Kirby

17. Villain Name: Amatsu-Mikaboshi

Amatsu-Mikaboshi, the King of Chaos, demon god of evil, best known as an enemy to Hercules and Thor. Based on the Mikaboshi of Japanese mythology and the gods of Japan known as Kami.

He appears as a shadowy black energy with a mask on his face and can transform his limbs into sharp blades or form tentacles to attack enemies. Inherited with powers of, teleportation, the projection of mystical energy, and the creation of interdimensional nexus points such as creating “shadows” to avoid detection by high-level dark magical entities, such as Nightmare.

He can control numerous demons. Mikaboshi was able to kill extraterrestrial deities, destroying the Demogorge (that devoured the Elder Gods) with little effort, as well as paralyzing and killing Zeus by ripping out their hearts in seconds.

  • Alias: Chaos King
  • Debut: Thor: Blood Oath #6 (2006)
  • Created By: Michael Oeming, Scott Kolins

18. Villain Name: Beyonder

The Beyonder, limitless power, is an omniscient, omnipotent, and omnipresent in his universe where he constitutes a whole.

He repelled Galactus “like an insect”. The Beyonder’s power required constant focus and a total absence of personal desire, he destroyed a galaxy on a whim, to meet one of his needs and.

He was able to take possession of a being made up of sound waves such as Klaw. He can manipulate matter, spirits and transport himself to different points in the universe. He could even face and defeat the Celestials.

All of this was changed to a certain degree when Shooter left Marvel, so the current version of the Beyonder is significantly weaker.

  • Alias: None
  • Debut: Secret Wars #1 (May 1984)
  • Created By: Jim Shooter, Mike Zeck

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