Mrs. Marvel headlines its own streaming series on Disney+ and while the series villain isn’t clear from the first episode, there are several enemies the show can choose from in Marvel Comics. Some of Ms. Marvel’s most powerful villains and enemies in the comics are characters like Discord and Kamran, who are likely to be among the cast of characters at her Jersey City high school.
Her most powerful enemies may surprise fans unfamiliar with the comics. In her brief stint in Marvel Comics (she debuted in 2013), she battled some of the Marvel Universe’s greatest super-villains, such as Kang The Conqueror. Ms. Marvel also battled powerful superheroes, such as her greatest idol, Captain Marvel. Their conflict in the Civil War II storyline likely refers to conflicts in the MCU.
Updated June 13, 2022 by Darby Harn: Ms. Marvel teases the Damage Control government agency as a potential villain in the series. Comic book fans know that Damage Control walks the line between good-natured and evil, which casts doubt on their candidacy as the series’ Big Bad. With the MCU looking to rewrite Ms. Marvel’s origins – the Inhumans and the Terrigen Mists play no part, at least for now – the mysterious bracelet Kamala Khan derives her powers from could potentially link her to powerful cosmic or mystical powers in the universe, which may include some of Ms. Marvel’s most powerful villains.
The larger world of Mrs. Marvel in the comics is populated by numerous villains with whom she has a close bond. Discord is among the most powerful and wears a special armor that generates a powerful electrical charge.
Mrs. Marvel discovers that Discord is actually one of her high school students, Joshua Richardson. He is on the soccer team and appeared in the first issue of its ongoing series in 2014. He will likely be part of the larger world in the MCU series, setting up his eventual turn to evil.
The inventor possesses Thomas Edison’s genius in invention and engineering, thanks to being a clone of the 19th century inventor. Although he has no superpowers, his technical know-how makes him incredibly dangerous. He also lacks a real ethical core.
The Inventor is among the first super-villains that Mrs. Marvel did in Marvel Comics, in the second arc of the 2014 volume of Mrs. Marvela storyline from the comics that may adapt the upcoming MCU series based on early looks at the series.
Doc.X is not a file extension but a computer virus that has developed artificial intelligence. As a result, Doc.X is one of the smartest characters in the Marvel universe, able to obtain information from any source and also transform their consciousness into human forms.
dock. X greatly amplifies their strength and durability in human forms, making them very difficult to overcome. In their enhanced form, Doc.X is Mrs. Marvel’s physical equal, even with her Inhuman powers.
Becky St Jude
Becky St. Jude wears Plasma Armor, a highly advanced armored suit that allows her to fly and also fire energy explosions. The armor also significantly increases her strength and stamina, although she has no natural superpowers.
Becky takes some of Kamala’s biggest blows in the pack, making her one of Ms. Marvel’s most powerful villains. Becky was also an over-ambitious member of the Carol Cadets in the comics, a group of teenagers Carol Danvers brought together to protect Jersey City. Later, she also worked for her uncle Brett and his unusual start-up company Rubicon.
Monopoly controls the mind, which makes it especially dangerous for Mrs. Marvel. Becky’s ‘Uncle Brett’ took control of Kamala and used her own power and strength against others in The Magnificient Ms. marvel #8. He also changes shape to some extent.
Despite the power that Monopoly possesses, his ambitions are relatively low. His interests lie in controlling others to take advantage of them for his business plans. His shortsightedness probably played a part in Ms. Marvel beating him, as well as her own mental strength.
Kaboom received his superpowers from the Terrigen Mists, just like Mrs. Marvel did, and as a result, he could arguably rank among the most powerful Inhumans in Marvel Comics. Kaboom generates and manipulates electricity through electrokinesis.
His powers work much the same as Electro’s, and Kaboom even crackles with wild electrical energy when he uses his power. He can generate powerful blasts and shields, making him a real challenge for Ms. Marvel.
Kamran shares similar powers with Kaboom, although they work in different ways. It generates and manipulates biokinetic energy and unleashes powerful bursts of energy. His entire body glows with biokinetic energy, turning him electrically blue.
Kamran can also release energy to objects or even people, causing them to become overloaded and in some cases explode. Combined with his lack of morals and ethics, he proved to be one of Ms. Marvel’s most dangerous enemies thanks to his seemingly good character.
Zzzax exists as a being of pure electrical energy, giving him tremendous freedom of choice over electricity. It generates powerful electric pulses and can manipulate its size and strength based on the amount of electricity it absorbs.
Zzzax started out as one of the first super-villains to fight Hulk in Marvel Comics, and he brought his electrical menace to the champions in 2018. With his ability to control electricity, he also affects brainwaves, making him even more dangerous.
CRADLE brings about the full power of the government and law of the United States. Child Hero Reconnaissance and Disruption Law Enforcement features a virtual army of soldiers and agents, seemingly equal in power and purchase as SHIELD
They use a variety of advanced technologies to counter the forces of their targets, including the champions. Armed and funded to the max, CRADLE keeps teenage superheroes like Kamala from breaking the law, turning them into unlikely Ms. Marvel villains.
Hydra is one of Captain America’s most powerful and persistent villains, and Ms. Marvel fought them along with the champions. With a vast, sophisticated arsenal, nearly unlimited resources, and an unbending capacity for violence, Hydra terrorizes the world time and time again.
Hydra’s troops posed possibly the greatest threat to world peace when they took America secret realm† Although Mrs. Marvel and other heroes defeated them, they always return, according to their motto: “If one head is cut off, two more will take its place.”
The high evolutionary
Comic book fans know that The High Evolutionary serves as a villain for many Marvel heroes, including Ms. Marvel. The High Evolutionary possesses genius-level intelligence and unparalleled skill in genetics, allowing him to create and refine creatures as he sees fit.
The High Evolutionary wears a highly advanced exoskeleton that protects him from most forms of attack, including the powerful blows that Ms. Marvel generates. The suit also serves as a sort of incubator, restoring its body and mind if damaged or destroyed.
Stormranger is one of the most powerful Ms. Marvel variants in Marvel Comics. This evil doppelganger of Ms. Marvel comes from an alternate reality. Stronranger, a Kamala Khan product that attaches to a Kree nano suit, shares all of Ms. Marvel’s superpowers, including her patented ability to shape-shift.
She also has a nanite body that can interact with any technology, alien or human, producing functional weapons such as laser cannons. Stromranger is also generally insulated against any kind of electrical or energetic shock.
Kang the Conqueror
Comic book fans know that Kang The Conqueror is one of the most powerful super villains in the Marvel universe. A time traveler, he possesses extraordinary knowledge and experience of the future and the past, as well as of the technology of the 31st century and beyond.
His armored suit protects him from most forms of attack and also emits energy bursts. Kang had a few encounters with Kamala Khan in the comic books, and he could very well be an adversary for her in the MCU as well.
Captain Marvel is one of the most powerful cosmic beings in the Marvel Universe, capable of generating massive cosmic blasts, manipulating matter and energy, and flying faster than light.
Although Carol Danvers inspired Kamala Khan to become a superhero in the first place, the two got into a brutal fight during the events of Civil War II, which ultimately led them to take different sides of the conflict. Captain Marvel briefly became Ms. Marvel’s most powerful villain, something that could happen in the MCU.
Thanos possesses unimaginable strength and stamina thanks to his eternal physiology, more than enough to overwhelm Mrs. Marvel and the champions as he did in Countdown to Infinity: Champions #2 in 2018. He destroys Ironheart’s armor with a simple blow.
Thanos is one of the most powerful creatures in the Marvel Universe when he possesses the Infinity Gauntlet. With the Infinity Stones, he rules divine power over reality and infamously wipes out half of the living things in the universe with the snap of a finger.
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