Top 10 most powerful villains of MCU
No.1. Thanos (Avengers: Infinity War)
Thanos is still considered the strongest man in the universe. In particular, after collecting enough of the Infinity Stone and completing the weapon of destruction of the Infinity Gauntlet, Thanos was able to kill half the lives of the galactic galaxy with a snap of his hand. This evil man will appear and explain the motives, identity and purpose in the upcoming blockbuster “Avengers: Infinity War”.
No.2. Dormammu (Doctor Strange)
Dormammu is the owner of the Dark Dimension. With terrible powers, this dangerous creature is constantly manipulating other dimensions in the multiverse, including the Earth. In the movie, Doctor Strange can only create an endless time loop that can take Dormammu away but still can’t completely destroy Dormammu.
No.3. Loki (Thor, Thor: The Dark World, Thor: Ragnarok, The Avengers)
Thor series is not highly regarded in the MCU, but produces the super-evil Loki. However, villain Loki is always loved by Marvel movie fans through the extraordinary expression of Tom Hiddleston.
No.4. Goddess of Death Hela (Thor: Ragnarok)
The goddess of death Hela is the daughter of Odin. She is capable of launching sharp blades from anywhere on the body plus perfect melee skills. Hela has ever defeated the legendary Valkyrie soldiers and all Asgard guards.
No.5. Ego (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2)
Ego is actually a living planet, often traveling to other planets to plant the seeds of the planet itself. When activated, these seeds will turn the entire planet into a part of the body and give Ego strength. In addition to the endless possibilities of physical and energy, Ego is nearly impossible to defeat if the core of the planet is not destroyed.
No.6. Ronan (Guardians of the Galaxy)
Ronan in Guardians of the Galaxy is the commander of the Kree alien group hired by Thanos to find Power Stone. However, Ronan betrays Thanos and uses it to strengthen his hammer. Thanks to the power of this stone, only once he wields a hammer enough for Ronan to destroy an entire planet.
No.7. Red Skull (Captain America: The First Avenger)
Red Skull is still one of Marvel's best evils to date. "Captain America: The First Avenger," set in World War II, requires a man in line with the war situation and Red Skull scientist of Hugo Weaving is a good choice. Hugo Weaving is a dictator without superpower, but he has excellent military and leadership skills.
No.8. Kaecilius (Doctor Strange)
Kaecilius is a scoundrel who pursues the belief that humans should submit to the Dormammu and become slaves of time. He is quite interesting and is a worthy opponent for the wizard Stephen Strange. If he accepts under Thanos, Kaecilius will surely bring a lot of difficulties for the battle of superheroes.
No.9. Obadiah Stane / Iron Monger (Iron Man)
The first villain in the MCU was the ruthless businessman who is willing to sell weapons for terror and betrays Tony Stark. This character is nothing new, but is enhanced by acting star Jeff Bridges. The strength of Stane in Iron Monger's armor is not unbearable, but the most powerful of these evil men is to know how to use psychic attacks on Iron Man in particular and superheroes in general.
No.10. Ultron (Avengers: Age of Ultron)
Ultron is an artificial intelligence created by Tony Stark, which aims to develop a modern defense system for the Earth. Although both the movie and Ultron robot were denigrated by many MCU fans because his plan to destroy the Earth was silly but undeniably it was still one of the most powerful villains in the MCU. Ultron owns hundreds of robotic bodies made from Vibranium metal. In addition, even if the bodies are cleaned up, Ultron still exists on the Internet, and can be returned at any time.
By: Oralie Smith