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Main Heroes

Avengers

Captain America / Steve Rogers

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Roger Craig Smith
  • Aliases: The First Avenger, Living Legend, Cap, Sir, Steve, Army (by Captain Marvel), Flag Man (by Skaar).
  • Biography: A World War II veteran and Super Soldier best known as the First Avenger and a leader of the Avengers alongside Iron Man.
  • Appearance: The same as in Avengers: Ultron Revolution.

Iron Man / Tony Stark

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Adrian Pasdar
  • Aliases: The Invincible Iron Man, Shellhead (nickname by some), Stark, Mister Stark, Boss (by F.R.I.D.A.Y.), Tony, Shiny Man (by Skaar)
  • Biography: The CEO of Stark Industries and a leader of the Avengers alongside Captain America.
  • Appearance: The same as in the previous season.

Thor Odinson

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Travis Willingham
  • Aliases: The Mighty Thor, Son of Odin, Prince of Thunder, Asgardian Avenger, Thunderer, Prince of Asgard, Goldilocks (nickname by some), Hammer Man (by Skaar)
  • Biography: The Clown Prince of Asgard and God of Thunder.
  • Appearance: The same as in the previous seasons.

Hulk / Dr. Bruce Banner

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Fred Tatasciore (as the Hulk), Kirk Thornton (as Bruce Banner)
  • Aliases: The Incredible Hulk, The Strongest Man There Is, Hulkster (sometimes by Spider-Man), Mister Hulk, Big Guy, Soldier (sometimes by Captain America), Green, Greenie (by Red Hulk)
  • Biography: A Gamma Radiation expert scientist who is able to turn into a hulking green titan whenever he is angry or provoked by anything or anyone. Also a member and leader of the Agents of S.M.A.S.H..
  • Appearance: The same as in the previous seasons. His appearance as Bruce Banner is detailed after Mark Ruffalo's performance in MCU.

Black Widow / Natasha Romanoff

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Laura Bailey
  • Aliases: The Avengers’ Own Spider-Woman (by Spider-Man), Nat, Widow
  • Biography: A master agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. who is the only female founding member of the Avengers. She is also romantically involved with Daredevil.
  • Appearance: The same as in Avengers: Ultron Revolution.

Hawkeye / Clint Barton

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Troy Baker
  • Aliases: Barton, The Hawk, Soldier (sometimes by Captain America), Arrow Man (by Skaar)
  • Biography: A master archer and the most sarcastic of the Avengers.
  • Appearance: The same as in the previous seasons.

Falcon / Sam Wilson

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Bumper Robinson
  • Aliases: Falc, Soldier (sometimes by Captain America), Bird Man (by Skaar)
  • Biography: A former S.H.I.E.L.D. trainee and the first expanded member of the Avengers. Also, as in the comics, Falcon is very close friends with Redwing (as Sam is able to understand him much like Spider-Man does) and accepts him as his sidekick.
  • Appearance: The same as in Season 2.

Redwing

  • Voice Actor/Actress: None (sounds effects of normal birds)
  • Aliases: Red, Buddy (by Spider-Man and Falcon), Little Guy, Wingman
  • Biography: A magically enhanced Inhuman peregrine falcon raised by Queen Andrea as one of the Phoenix Warriors. He first appeared in the beginning of the first episode of Ultimate Spider-Man and the New Avengers watching Spider-Man and Mary Jane in a graveyard, where she learned Spider-Man's identity as Peter Parker after she saw him visiting Uncle Ben's grave, and relentlessly chasing and bringing down criminals to draw some heroes' attention, which is successful with Spider-Man (after defeating a Spider-Slayer in the streets), who befriends him and is able to understand what he says (it is deduced by some humans who noticed him in the skies that anyone who is Redwing's friend, like Spider-Man, Mary Jane and anyone of their friends, can understand him). Redwing is also responsible for upgrading Spider-Man's armor with his mystic powers. Later on, he joins the Avengers as Falcon's sidekick after helping deal with a symbiote infection in the Raft.
  • Appearance: He is a green eyed peregrine falcon with red plumage in his wings, a golden gem in his chest and a red ruby in his forehead.

Tigra / Greer Grant

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Kimberly Brooks
  • Aliases: Kitty Cat (nickname)
  • Biography: A teenager who was ingested with stolen Oscorp Serum by HYDRA agents and turned into a Tiger-themed Werecat. She joins the team after Falcon and Redwing save her from Baron Strucker's agents and Zarda and after she helps them defeat Viper Empress. She is also romantically involved with Falcon and is very friendly with Redwing. She has a Technologic Necklace which she uses to disguise herself into her human form.
  • Appearance: A teenage variant of her classic appearance in the comics. In her human form, she is an Caucasian teenager with a Red Hair and Violet Eyes.

Ant-Man / Scott Lang

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Grant George
  • Aliases: Ant, Lang, Daddy (by Cassie Lang), Soldier (sometimes by Captain America)
  • Biography: A redeemed petty thief who reemerged as a hero and prodigy of Pym Industries, becoming the next Ant-Man after his boss and mentor Doctor Henry Pym.
  • Appearance: The same as in previous season.

Wasp / Hope Van Dyne

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Kari Wahlgren
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: Dr Henry Pym’s daughter who operates as her mother Janet’s successor as Wasp and is Scott’s partner. She joins the Avengers after helping deal with her father’s former prodigy Darren Cross and the super-villains he assembled against him.
  • Appearance: She is based on Evangeline Lilly’s performance in Marvel Cinematic Universe, but with Blue eyes instead of Hazel. Her Wasp armor is based on the costume worn by Janet Van Dyne in The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes!, but included with a blue eyed silver mask which attaches and detaches from her face.

Daredevil / Matt Murdock

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Christopher Daniel Barnes
  • Aliases: The Man Without Fear, Devil
  • Biography: A lawyer who developed amazing acrobatic and fighting skills sometime after he suffered an accident with chemicals which left him blind at a young age. He joined the Avengers sometime after battling alongside the Black Widow against forces of HYDRA selling their weapons for his nemesis Kingpin. He is also romantically involved with Romanoff.
  • Appearance: Based on Ben Affleck’s performance and looks in the 2000 Live-in Action film.

Black Panther / T'Challa

  • Voice Actor/Actress: James C. Mathis III
  • Aliases: Panther, Soldier (sometimes by Captain America), Cat Man (by Skaar)
  • Biography: The ruler of the African city of Wakanda who fights for his homeland as the Black Panther armed with his vibranium panther-themed armor and weapons.
  • Appearance: The same details of Chadwick Boseman's character in MCU, who debuted in Captain America: Civil War.

She-Hulk / Jennifer Walters

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Eliza Dushku
  • Aliases: Jen, Miss Walters
  • Biography: The Hulk's cousin and an expanded member of the Avengers who is also a founding member of the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.. She sometimes breaks the fourth wall as in the comics both in the TV show and in Ultimate Spider-Man and the New Avengers.
  • Appearance: The same as in Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H..

J.A.R.V.I.S. / The Vision

  • Voice Actor/Actress: David Kaye
  • Aliases: Computer (by some), Computer Man (by Skaar)
  • Biography: Formerly an A.I. designed by Tony Stark to help operate his armors, J.A.R.V.I.S. is now a cybernetic android after merging with a synthetic robot body which was originally meant to be Ultron's next form, entitling himself Vision.
  • Appearance: Modeled after Paul Bettany's performance in Avengers: Age of Ultron and Captain America: Civil War.

F.R.I.D.A.Y.

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Jennifer Hale
  • Aliases: Friday
  • Biography: An A.I. designed by Tony Stark as a replacement for J.A.R.V.I.S. who had his consciousness absorbed in Vision's mind and body.
  • Appearance: She has no form.

Captain Marvel / Carol Danvers

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Grey DeLisle
  • Aliases: Ms. Marvel, Cap, Major Danvers, Air Force (by Captain America), Light Lady (by Skaar)
  • Biography: A military agent, member of S.W.O.R.D. (a guardian unity similar to S.H.I.E.L.D. formed to battle alien threats) and a expanded member of the Avengers who developed her powers after her DNA was altered by exposure to a Kree weapon.
  • Appearance: The same as in Avengers: Ultron Revolution, but with a larger hair.

Arsenal

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Jim Meskimen
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A A.I. robot designed by Howard Stark to be his son Tony’s robotic friend. After apparently sacrificing himself to destroy Ultron in the sun, he reveals to have survived the progress by uploading a copy of his consciousness in one of Ultron’s minions and wait for the moment to help the Avengers in case Ultron comes back. He appears in the episode “Six to Six”, where he helps Spider-Man’s team and the Big Hero 6 on stopping Ultron’s plan to shrink Earth’s atmosphere and destroy the world. After Ultron is defeated, Arsenal is taken back to the Avengers by Spider-Man, since Arsenal still belongs to his human friend Tony and the New Avengers already have Jocasta as their A.I. program.
  • Appearance: The same as in previous season.

A-Bomb / Ricky Jones

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Seth Green
  • Aliases: Rick
  • Biography: The Hulk’s best friend, he is a founding member of the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. and a expanded member of the Avengers. He is a Hulk with the unique abilities who roll like a destructive Pinball and turn Invisible.
  • Appearance: The same as in Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H..

Skaar

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Benjamin Diskin
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A hulk from another world and timeline who is a founding member of the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. and a expanded member of the Avengers.
  • Appearance: The same as in Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H..

Red Hulk / General Thunderbolt Ross

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Clancy Brown
  • Aliases: Red, General
  • Biography: Dr Betty Ross’s father and a enemy turned ally of the Hulk. Formerly the leader of the now disbanded Hulkbusters who used to chase the Hulk relentlessly, Ross reemerged as Red Hulk, a red version of the Hulk who can absorb Gamma Power and liberate heat from his body with his rage. He is a founding member of the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. and a expanded member of the Avengers.
  • Appearance: The same as in Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H..

Supporting Characters

New Avengers

Spider-Man / Peter Parker

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Drake Bell
  • Aliases: The Amazing/Ultimate/Spectacular Spider-Man, Your Friendly Neighborhood, Spidey, Tiger (by MJ), Hotshot (by Black Cat), Pete, Webhead, Wallcrawler, Webs, Web Slinger, Soldier (sometimes by Captain America), Wall Crawling Menace (by J. Jonah Jameson only), Insect (by most villains), Bub (by Wolverine only), Sport (by Jean Grey), Man of Spiders (by Thor), Bug-Man (by Skaar), Mister Tiger (by Cassie Lang), Captain America (alter-ego in Captain Peter Parker at Your Service, The Spider-Phoenix and Future Shock), The Next Captain America, Ultimate Captain America.
  • Biography: A teenager who developed spider-like abilities after being bit by a Oscorp-made radioactive spider (later revealed to have been created with a sample of the Super Soldier formula responsible for Captain America's strength) and a S.H.I.E.L.D. Trainee who is the leader of the New Avengers. He wears a new version of his suit, which is magically upgraded by Redwing. His mask can now open itself at will in a similar way the Iron Spider helmet does. His suit's upgrade also makes him immune to Mind Control by Telepaths and Brainwashing Machines, and Body Possession by Parasites, including even Symbiotes. He and his closest teammates are also honorary members of the Avengers.
  • Appearance: His attire initially resembles his classic appearance in the comics. But after his armor is magically upgraded by Redwing, it now resembles the attire of Tom Holland's character in Marvel Cinematic Universe first shown in Captain America: Civil War and featured in Spider-Man: Homecoming. It also has two S.H.I.E.L.D. logo marks in the shoulders and a Avengers Logo in the belt.

Phoenix Princess / Mary Jane Watson

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Ashley Johnson (replacing Tara Strong from previous seasons)
  • Aliases: The Indomitable Phoenix Princess, Ultimate Predator, White Swan, Symbiote Slayer, MJ, Sweetheart, Angel (by Peter), Pretty Lady (by Skaar), Redhead (nickname), Red, Phoenix, Babe (by Wolverine), Princess, Emma Holmes (false Daily Bugle Identity).
  • Biography: Peter's childhood friend and love interest and a member of the New Avengers who develops incredible powers after being bonded with the Light Side of the Phoenix Force. Her powers and abilities as the Phoenix Princess include Enhanced Strength, Speed and Stamina, Pyrokinesis (the ability to manipulate and generate fire), Telepathy and Flight (dependent of a pair of Vibranium/Adamantium Wings which can also be useful for self defense). Her telepathic bond with Peter also gave her the "Phoenix Overwatch", a mind ability which, like Peter's Spider-Senses, allows her to predict danger before it happens (her eyes ignite golden light and an astral whistle is heard). The Vibranium and Adamantium of her wings also allow her to emit destructive sound waves at will. Also, due to her bond with the Phoenix, she is also immune to Mind Control and Body Possession (by parasites like even the symbiotes). She and her closest teammates are also honorary reserve members of the Avengers and she sees a father figure in Captain America.
  • Appearance: While Mary Jane has the same details as in Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors and Ultimate Spider-Man vs. the Sinister 6 in her civilian attire, as the Phoenix Princess, she wears a One Piece leotard version of Jean Grey's White Phoenix of the Crown attire, a red mask resembling a Phoenix-face with a Green Diamond Gold Tiara and a pair of Red and Orange Phoenix Wings.
Light Phoenix
  • Voice Actor/Actress: Jennifer Hale
  • Aliases: Ultimate Life Form, Big Girl (by MJ), Phoenix, Fire Ghost Bird (by Skaar).
  • Biography: A cosmic entity who was once separated from her opposite twin Dark Phoenix by their latest mutant host Jean Grey and (after absorbing Adamantium and Vibranium to prevent being absorbed from her host by Dark Phoenix) eventually bonded with Mary Jane Watson, who later learns to control her powers thanks to Jean Grey, who teaches her to not just control but relate with the Phoenix, and dubs herself the Phoenix Princess. Also, due to her previous bond with Jean, Light Phoenix proved to have been given with some sense of human personality (as she is heard singing the song Somewhere Over the Rainbow) in her encounter with Mary Jane.
  • Appearance: Before her bonding with Mary Jane, Light Phoenix appeared to be an astral bird-like flame construct. She now variates from her host.

American Son / Harry Osborn

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Matt Lanter
  • Aliases: The Noble American Son, American Knight, America’s New Iron Patriot, The Patriot, Venom (formerly)
  • Biography: Peter and MJ's best friend who becomes aware of their identities as Spider-Man and Phoenix Princess sometime after the Spider-Slayers’ defeat and before the New Avengers saved him from HYDRA agents led by Strucker and Madame Hydra and stopped them from bonding him with the Venom symbiote and, inspired by their dedication, he secretly battles by their side as American Son and joins the New Avengers without his father's knowledge. He is also in a romantic relationship with Liz Allan. Unlike the suit he worn in the original Season 4, the suit is built by himself and crafted by Peter with an Nanotech Device after absorbing the energies of a pack of Super-Adaptoids and Sentinels controlled by HYDRA, not by Oscorp, and, while most of its Weapon Arsenal is the same, it also generates Red, White and Blue Holographic Constructs based in a Sword, Shield and the U.S.A. Flag.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors. His American Son Armor has the same details as in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. the Sinister 6 where he was originally codenamed "Patrioteer".

White Tiger / Ava Ayala

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Caitlyn Taylor Love
  • Aliases: Tiger, Sister (by Black Cat), Cat Girl (by Skaar)
  • Biography: A teenager who assumed her hero mantle from her deceased father, the second White Tiger after her grandfather, and one of Spider-Man's classmates and first S.H.I.E.L.D. allies. She is also close friends with his first partners Black Cat and Firestar as well as Mary Jane. She also has a romantic attraction for the Inhuman Inferno.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors, since the episode "Cloak and Dagger".

Nova / Sam Alexander

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Logan Miller
  • Aliases: The Human Rocket, Laser-Brain (nickname by Spider-Man), Rocket Boy (by Skaar)
  • Biography: A member of the Nova Corps who was trained by Rocket Raccoon as one of the Guardians of the Galaxy, He is one of Spider-Man's classmates and first S.H.I.E.L.D. allies who is Spider-Man's friendly rival. He has a romantic attraction for Miss Marvel.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors, since the episode "Return of the Guardians of the Galaxy".

Iron Fist / Danny Rand

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Greg Cipes
  • Aliases: Young Dragon, Dan
  • Biography: A K'un-L'un Academy trainee who joined S.H.I.E.L.D to make better use of his skills and gain more worldly experience. He is one of Spider-Man's classmates and first S.H.I.E.L.D. allies who is best friends with Power-Man. He has a romantic attraction for Firestar.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors, since the episode "Cloak and Dagger".

Power Man / Luke Cage

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Ogie Banks
  • Aliases: The Unstoppable Power Man, The Man with the Unbreakable Skin
  • Biography: One of Spider-Man's classmates and first S.H.I.E.L.D. allies who received his powers from a S.H.I.E.L.D. version of the Super Soldier Formula developed by his parents. He is best friends with Iron Fist and has a romantic attraction for Jessica Jones (Jewel), who gets along with him very well.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors.

Agent Venom / Flash Thompson

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Matt Lanter
  • Aliases: Eugene (real name), Venom, Soldier (sometimes by Captain America)
  • Biography: A Midtown High student who used to bully Peter relentlessly until he became one of his closest friends, specially when he learns of Peter's secret activity as Spider-Man. He is also the superhero and S.H.I.E.L.D. trainee Agent Venom, when he provided full control over a Venom symbiote which permanently bonded with him. He is also a member of Spider-Man's Web Warriors and has a romantic attraction for Black Cat. Also, after a short, but strong bond with the Phoenix Force, he becomes able to transform into the Ultimate Agent Venom, a hulking and more muscular variant of his regular mantle.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. the Sinister 6. His Ultimate form has the details of his appearance in All-New All-Different Marvel series.

Iron Spider / Amadeus Cho

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Eric Bauza
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A 13-year-old genius who was accredited by Nick Fury to be at least the seventh smartest being on Earth. Peter Parker is jealous of Cho due to the fact that his enrollment at Midtown High took away Peter's title of being the smartest student. Cho ends up becoming the new Iron Spider after he proves himself perfect to operate the armor. Though he initially mistrusted Spider-Man, he eventually accepted him as an ally and eventually became friends with Peter after learning of his identity.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors.

Scarlet Spider / Ben Reilly

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Scott Porter
  • Aliases: Scarlet, Ben, Sunshine, Brother (by Peter)
  • Biography: A genetically enhanced clone of Spider-Man who defected against his creators (who are members of HYDRA) after sharing the same ideals of his genetic template. After siding with Peter to defeat Kraven and a patrol of mercenaries working for him and stop the Tinkerer’s plans, Scarlet Spider eventually decided to join the New Avengers and live with him and his Aunt May, who renames him Ben. It is also stated in Big Bang Buddies that Scarlet was originally meant to be the commander of the Delta-9 Synthezoids (the synthetic clones created by Doctor Octopus to destroy Spider-Man).
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. the Sinister 6.

Kid Arachnid / Miles Morales

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Ogie Banks
  • Aliases: The New Spider-Man, Kid, Spider-Boy/Kid (nickname)
  • Biography: A teenager who developed his spider-like abilities after being bitten by the same spider which bit Peter before. He is later trained by Peter, Mary Jane and Harry, who also help him overcome the death of his father (who was having a trip in Sokovia to investigate the disappearance of a fellow officer until he was killed by the Spider Slayer's rampage in the nearest HYDRA base) to be a new hero. Shortly, after avoiding capture by the hands of Silver Sable and helping the trio defeat Hydro-Man, he joins the New Avengers as Kid Arachnid.
  • Appearance: The same as his Ultimate Universe Counterpart, but with thin blue stripes in his costume.

Squirrel Girl / Doreen Green

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Misty Lee
  • Aliases: The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, The Slayer of All That Breathes, Rodent, Dory (by Mary Jane)
  • Biography: A human mutate with Squirrel DNA who can communicate with other Squirrels who help her fight crime (her most trusted squirrels are Tippy Toes and Monkey Joe) and a S.H.I.E.L.D. recruit and member of the New Avengers. She is close friends with Phoenix Princess, who oftenly calls her Dory.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors, but wearing her costume from "The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl" comic series.

Cloak and Dagger / Tyrone Johnson and Tandy Bowen

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Phil Lamarr and Ashley Eckstein
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A duo of metahumans who were once recruits of Taskmaster’s Thunderbolts until his ruthless behavior and lack of care for them eventually led them to join Spider-Man’s team. Cloak has Teleportation and Intangibility powers and Dagger can create "daggers" of light, purge addictions from people and heal with her light daggers. They appear in See You at Night along with Iron Fist and Firestar, where they help the Avengers stop Kaecilius' Zealots and Kingpin's henchmen.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. the Sinister 6.

Jocasta

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Tara Strong
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: Similar to J.A.R.V.I.S. and F.R.I.D.A.Y. for Iron Man, Jocasta is an A.I. lifeform created by Spider-Man and Phoenix Princess to aid them and the New Avengers in their battles and missions and operate their equipment and the Triskelion. She was created in a cradle originally created by Ultron to transfer his mind to another synthetic body and then modified by Amadeus Cho after Peter and Mary Jane extracted a blue cosmic energy star from a shard of the M'Kraan Crystal which crashed on Earth after Deathbird's ship was destroyed by a Venom-infected Hyperion and combined it with a piece of Peter and Mary Jane's blood samples. She is also programmed by the young couple to have human emotions and personalities due to their purpose to create a very special A.I., on which she demonstrates to have a very strong sense of humor and compassion with them. She also shares the same powers and minds of her creators, which make her more powerful than she looks.
  • Appearance: Her artificial form resembles the head of a short haired human girl while the robotic body she operates in is similar to her original appearances in the comics.

Cyberstar / Liz Allan

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Hynden Walch
  • Aliases: Lizzie, Princess of Midtown
  • Biography: A Midtown High student and Harry Osborn's sweetheart. Like she is aware that Harry is fighting crime as American Son, she also knows that Peter and Mary Jane are Spider-Man and Phoenix Princess. She joins the New Avengers as Cyberstar after bonding with a technopathic symbiote created with a sample of Venom and components of Ultron by Samuel Sterns a.k.a. The Leader, which is converted to her will by Vision, and helping them stop the villain’s plan. She appears in Little Big World, where she collaborates with the Avengers in saving Pym Industries from the threat of Yellowjacket and the supervillains assembled by him.
  • Appearance: The same as in the comic book adaptation of Ultimate Spider-Man as Liz Allan, but included with a violet lipstick. In her cheerleader uniform, she sports an one piece white and blue leotard with a red lace, white gloves, red shoes and the image of Captain America’s shield in her chest. As Cyberstar, she is a teenage variant of Jocasta’s robotic form in the comics and has a Blue Star in her chest.

Black Cat / Felicia Hardy

  • Voice Actor/Actress: E.G. Daily
  • Aliases: Living Shadow of the Night, The Cat, Sister (by White Tiger)
  • Biography: A Cat-themed vigilante and recruit of S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy who joins the New Avengers. Along with her best friend Firestar, she was one of the two first heroines who fought alongside Spider-Man in his first year of crime fighting. While she still has her interest in gems and jewels as in the comics, her trait as professional thief is reduced to a talented teenage treasure hunter. Her background story reveals that she was having a trip with her mother in Egypt, where Felicia wanted to prove her skills as a treasure hunter by searching for the Ruby of Isis (the goddess of cats). Following her successful goal, Felicia was enhanced with the gem's powers after experiencing visions of the wild cats’ history and gradually developed cat-like abilities, including Enhanced Strength, Agility and Durability similar to Spider-Man's, Night Vision, Enhanced Claws, Wall Crawling and is also able to perform the sounds of all kinds of felines (from Domestic Cats to Bengal Tigers). She also wears a Claw-Wipe which she uses for combat. Also as in the comics, she also has a romantic attraction for Agent Venom.
  • Appearance: She is a blond Pony Tail haired Green Eyed Teenager in her civilian form. As the Black Cat, she wears a more modern version of her classic costume, which is fully detailed after a Tuxedo Black Cat, and a Long White Hair Wig which is as useful as her mask to hide her identity.

Firestar / Angelica Jones

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Kath Soucie
  • Aliases: Living Light of the Day, Angie (by Jewel)
  • Biography: A teenage mutant with Pyrokinetic abilities and a recruit of S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy who joins the New Avengers. Along with her best friend Black Cat, she is one of the two first heroines who fought alongside Spider-Man in his first year of crime fighting.  She is also Jessica Jones' adoptive sister and has a romantic attraction for Iron Fist. She is a member of Phoenix Princess' Phoenix Five. Her powers evolve in Carnage Vengeance, on which she develops the ability to perform flaming constructs similar to Summer Knight’s.
  • Appearance: Firestar wears a top leotard version of her classic costume.

Jewel / Jessica Jones

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Kimberly Brooks
  • Aliases: The Woman with the Unbreakable Skin, Jessie (by Firestar)
  • Biography: A recruit of S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy who joins the New Avengers. She is Firestar's adopted sister, a easy going ally of Spider-Man and a personal prodigy of Captain America. She also has a romantic attraction for Power Man, whom she gets along with very well. Her powers and abilities remain the same as in the comics, including Flight, Superhuman Strength, Speed and Stamina, and is also an Expert Hand to Hand Combatant and Detective. She also has the ability to summon a Violet Aura which changes her hair and Eye Color from Brown to Violet to hide her identity.
  • Appearance: Her civilian form as Jessica Jones is based on Krysten Ritter's performance in her same name Netflix live-in Action TV show while her superhero form as Jewel remains the same as in the comics.

Iron Phoenix / Gwen Stacy

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Mae Whitman
  • Aliases: Phoenix, Tigress (by MJ)
  • Biography: The daughter of Commissioner Stacy and a childhood friend of Peter and Mary Jane, who is also a prodigy of Stark Industries mentored by Pepper Potts. She is also a member of the New Avengers and Phoenix Five equipped with her own Stark Tech flight exo-suit codenamed Iron Phoenix.
  • Appearance: In her civilian identity, she is modeled after her Spider-Verse Ultimate counterpart (Spider-Woman or "Spider-Gwen") in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. the Sinister 6. As the Iron Phoenix, she wears a Leotard-like Flame colored exo-suit with the details of a real Phoenix.

Scarlet Witch / Wanda Maximoff

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Lacey Chabert
  • Aliases: Scarlet
  • Biography: A Sokovian teenager who developed her Telekinetic and Telepathic Powers after she and her brother Pietro were subjected by HYDRA to become their ultimate living weapons. Though she and her brother managed to escape, their home was attacked and destroyed by the rampage of a Spider-Slayer which attacked the base and committed collateral damage in their city. After Pietro sacrificed himself to keep his sister safe, Wanda, aware that the Slayer is built by Daily Bugle employees, ended up deciding to leave to New York to exact revenge on Jameson. After residing with Mary Jane, Wanda ended up taking her access documents to the Bugle where she manipulated Jameson into wreaking havoc in the city with his Spider Slayers, discrediting him. Following the completion of her plan, Wanda tried to force Jameson into committing suicide in the Slayer he was piloting, only until she ends up reading Spider-Man's mind and having visions of his past, leading her to know that he understands how it feels to use someone important in life. Realising the error of her ways, she abandoned her attempt of revenge on Jameson and left to the Nest of Helios with Redwing to find piece. She later returns to New York, wearing a new warrior attire and joining the New Avengers as Scarlet Witch. She has a supporting role in certain episodes, including Hearts and Minds, where she collaborates with the Avengers on fighting the forces of Frost Giants Laufey and Ymir. She is also shown to have a bond with Vision, a reference to their romantic relationship in the comics.
  • Appearance: In her civilian identity, she is modeled after Elizabeth Olsen's performance in Avengers: Age of Ultron. In her Scarlet Witch attire, she wears a White Phoenix of the Crown variant of her classic costume in the comics.

Sun-Eagle / Audrey Toomes / She-Vulture

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Tara Strong (with a tone similar to Raven in Teen Titans)
  • Aliases: Eagle, She-Vulture (formerly)
  • Biography: A female clone of Adrian Toomes created by HYDRA agents under Madame Hydra's orders who is converted to the Phoenix Force by Mary Jane and Red She-Hulk, like the progress changed her genetic template into a hawk, the progress also changes her to a eagle (which is also a better bird example for mankind). She joins the New Avengers as Sun-Eagle and adopts the identity of Audrey Toomes, living with Adrian as his adoptive twin sister. She is also a member of Phoenix Princess' Phoenix Five.
  • Appearance: She is initially a female variant of her genetic template's Vulture form as She-Vulture. As Sun-Eagle, she uses a top leotard detailed after the White Phoenix of the Crown costume with a Blue Hood. She also has Eagle Wings and Razor claws and Phoenix Logo which covers her face like a mask.

Inferno / Dante Pertuz

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Yuri Lowenthal
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A teenage member of the Inhuman Royal Family with Pyrokinetic abilities and a recruit to the New Avengers. He is best friends with the Inhuman Miss Marvel and has a romantic attraction for the New Avenger White Tiger.
  • Appearance: The same as in Avengers: Ultron Revolution.

Ms. Marvel / Kamala Khan

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Kathreen Khavari
  • Aliases: Double M
  • Biography: A teenage Inhuman with stretching abilities similar to Mister Fantastic's and Fangirl who is huge fan of superheroes, including Spider-Man. She joins the New Avengers after getting a chance to team up with him in defeating a Venom-mutated Latverian soldier in Manhattan and later after she and Inferno assist him, the Phoenix Princess and the Fantastic Four in defeating Doctor Doom (under possession of the Venom King symbiote) and his army of Venom monsters. She has a romantic attraction for Nova.
  • Appearance: The same as in Avengers: Ultron Revolution.

Triton

  • Voice Actor/Actress: James Arnold Taylor
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A member of the Inhuman Royal Family who was exposed to the Terrigen Mist when he was a year old and emerged with a number of aquatic mutations, as well as a member of the New Avengers.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors.

Ka-Zar and Zabu

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Josh Keaton (Ka-Zar), Dee Bradley Baker (Zabu)
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: Ka-Zar and his pet smilodon Zabu are two residents of Savage Land who were recruited by Spider-Man after saving their lives from Taskmaster (who was willing to recruit Ka-Zar as one of his Thunderbolts) and Kraven (who was planning to perform a ritual to become immortal by sacrificing Zabu at sunset on one certain day).
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors.

Torgo

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Roger Craig Smith
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A Mekkan Gladiator who fought alongside Hulk and Hawkeye for his freedom against alien Game Meister Mojo. He appears in Big Bang Buddies, where he arrives on Earth to learn the meanings of friendship due to the fact he spent a long time of fighting since Mojo destroyed his planet. He forms a friendship with Squirrel Girl and later, with her teammates, whom he joins after helping deal with Titus.
  • Appearance: The same as in Season 1.

S.H.I.E.L.D.

Director Nick Fury

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Chi McBride
  • Aliases: Boss (by some agents)
  • Biography: The director of S.H.I.E.L.D. who is one of the Avengers’ closest allies.
  • Appearance: The same as in previous seasons.

Agent 7 / Phil Coulson

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Clark Gregg
  • Aliases: Coulson, Son of Coul (by Thor)
  • Biography: A top agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. who is a great fan of Captain America.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man.

Agent Maria Hill

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Susan Eisenberg
  • Aliases: Hill
  • Biography: The second in command of S.H.I.E.L.D. and the supervisor and liaison of the New Avengers.
  • Appearance: Tooned after the other females in the series and modeled after Cobie Smulders' performance in MCU.

Commissioner George Stacy

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Alan Tudyk
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: The head commissioner of New York's Police Department, Gwen Stacy's father and a very close ally of Spider-Man (notably one of the first people along with his daughter to know of his identity of Peter Parker). He is also an undercover agent and officer of S.H.I.E.L.D..
  • Appearance: Modeled after Dennis Leary's performance in Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man film series.

Dr. Helen Cho

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Kari Wahlgren
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A scientist and nurse of S.H.I.E.L.D. who is also a friend of the Avengers and Amadeus' mother.
  • Appearance: Modeled after Claudia Kim's performance in Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Dr. Curt Connors

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Dee Bradley Baker
  • Aliases: Doc Connors, Lizard (formerly)
  • Biography: A S.H.I.E.L.D. scientist working on many advanced technologies. He lost his right arm during an attack by Green Goblin at the Helicarrier. Though he was once brainwashed by Doctor Octopus as Lizard to become a member of the Sinister Six, he was reverted back to his original form by the efforts of Spider-Man and his team. He now operates using a cyborg arm created by Doctor Cho, who gets along with him well.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man.

Dr. Henry Pym

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Jim Meskimen
  • Aliases: The First Ant-Man, Doc, Hank
  • Biography: A S.H.I.E.L.D. scientist, entomologist, and physicist, who became the original Ant-Man in 1963 after discovering the subatomic particles which make the transformation possible. He later mentors Lang to take over the role.
  • Appearance: Modeled after Michael Douglas' performance in MCU film Ant-Man.

Midgard Enchantress / Dr. Jane Foster

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Catherine Taber
  • Aliases: Dr Foster, Enchantress, Beloved (by Thor)
  • Biography: A scientist and astrophysicist who is Thor's love interest. She became the Midgard Enchantress (an Asgardian amazonian sorceress with the duty to protect and serve her namesake Realm and a mantle which is passed age to age to every female resident of Midgard who is deemed worthy by those who rule Asgard) after she was deemed worthy by Frigga for her love and dedication for Thor. Jane is also a primary member of S.H.I.E.L.D. and a honorary member of the Avengers. She first appears in the Season premiere The Avengers Triangle with a central role in the third segment "Thunder of Love", which focuses on how her relationship with Thor begun. She also has another central role in Hearts and Minds, where she and the other Asgardians work alongside the Avengers to stop the invasion of the Frost Giants ruled by Laufey and Ymir.
  • Appearance: Modeled after Natalie Portman's performance in MCU (although her eyes are Blue instead of Brown). She wears the same attires of a human scientist and a teacher in her civilian form. In her Midgard Enchantress form, she wears the same Asgardian blue attire she wore in Thor: The Dark World.
  • Note: Dr. Foster is the second Movie character played by Natalie Portman voiced by Catherine Taber (after Padmé Amidala, whom Taber voiced in the 2008 The Clone Wars series in the Star Wars Saga)

Mockingbird / Barbara “Bobbi” Morse

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Natalie Lander
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A teenage S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, Agent Hill’s personal prodigy and a honorary member of the New Avengers. She appears in The Avenger Triangle, where she watches footage of the New Avengers after their victory over the Spider-Slayers (including Peter Parker/Spider-Man’s romance with Mary Jane Watson) before hearing from Hill stories about Captain America, Iron Man and Thor’s relationships with their women. She later appears as Mockingbird in Flaming Thunder, where she helps her mentors and the New Avengers deal with Truman Marsh’s Thunderbolts and the Anti-Venom.
  • Appearance: A younger variant of her appearance in The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes!.

Madame Web / Julia Carpenter

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Cree Summer
  • Aliases: Agent Web
  • Biography: A Spider-powered agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. agent who can predict other events and enemies’ attacks and is the Guardian of the Siege Perilous. She has a supporting role in the multipart series finale The Infinity Saga, where she helps the Avengers in preparing to travel across the parallel dimensions where the six pieces of the Universal Tablet are located in and link them with the Infinity Stones.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. the Sinister 6.

Frigga

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Kari Wahlgren
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: Thor's biological mother and Loki's adoptive mother.
  • Appearance: Based on Renee Russo's performance in MCU.

Odin Borson

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Fred Tatasciore
  • Aliases: Allfather of Asgard
  • Biography: Thor’s biological father and Loki’s adoptive father and the King of Asgard.
  • Appearance: Based on Anthony Hopkins’ looks in Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Lady Sif

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Sumalee Montano
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: An Asgardian warrior who is the leader of the Valkyries of Asgard and is Thor's childhood friend.
  • Appearance: Based on Jaimie Alexander's character in Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Maggie Lang

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Tara Strong
  • Aliases: Meg, Honey (by Scott Lang), Mommy (by Cassie)
  • Biography: Scott Lang's wife, who develops a deep respect for the hero he is and the heroes he fights alongside with, including the Avengers.
  • Appearance: Based on Judy Greer's character in MCU.

Cassie Lang

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Ariel Winter
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: The five-year old daughter of Scott Lang (a.k.a. Ant-Man) and Maggie Lang. She has a very kind relationship with her father’s teammates and allies.
  • Appearance: Modeled after Abby Ryder Fortson’s performance in the 2015 film Ant-Man, but with a blond hair and green eyes.

Nest of Helios / Phoenix Warriors

Queen Andrea Carter

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Olivia d'Abo
  • Aliases: The First Phoenix, Phoenix Queen, Your Majesty
  • Biography: A World War II british veteran allied with Captain America, whom she is romantically involved with, and the first human host of Light Phoenix. Shortly after the entity left her, Andrea was given with the powers of its Greek Mythology namesake (including rising from her ashes after burning herself to death), basically becoming immortal. As the years passed, she assembled all meta humans and mutants who worshiped or were hosts of the Phoenix Force and, with their aid, created an Island-isolated kingdom known as the Nest of Helios, where she rules as their wise, kindhearted and respected queen and master of the Phoenix Warriors. The character is an amalgam of Peggy and Sharon Carter, Captain America's love interests in the comics and Marvel Cinematic Universe as both share the same surname.
  • Appearance: She is a blond long haired and cyan eyed woman with a large one piece white dress with golden designs of flames and the Phoenix Logo in her chest, a pair of white long gloves and a red coat resembling a Peacock plumage. She also uses a Golden Tiara with a small emerald and a silver necklace with a round sapphire. Her battle attire is a White Phoenix variant of the armors worn by the Asgardian Valkyries.

Red She-Hulk / Dr. Elizabeth "Betty" Ross

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Maria Canals-Barrera
  • Aliases: Red, Dr Ross.
  • Biography: A Gamma Radiation expert scientist, she is Bruce Banner/Hulk's lover and General Ross/Red Hulk's daughter, who is ingested with a sample of her father's DNA by Dr Zola to be part of Madame Hydra's army of Super Soldiers until she was rescued by Spider-Man and his allies, consisting of Captain America, Black Cat, Firestar and the X-Men and later converted to the Phoenix Force by Mary Jane and Jean Grey. She later joins the Phoenix Warriors as a teacher to the Island's children and the trainer of new recruits. Like her father, she is also able to liberate flames from her body with her rage. After her bonding with the Phoenix Force, she is also able to breathe fire.
  • Appearance: As Betty Ross, she is modeled after Liv Tyler’s performance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe feature film The Incredible Hulk. As Red She-Hulk, she is, as in the comics, a red variant of She-Hulk, but wears a Blue Yellow One-Piece Leotard with a Phoenix Logo in her chest and a pair of white gloves and boots.

Summer Knight / James "Bucky" Barnes / Winter Soldier

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Jason Marsden
  • Aliases: Winter Soldier (formerly), Buck, Sergeant Barnes
  • Biography: Captain America's best friend and war partner who had apparently died during a mission against HYDRA in WWII until he was recovered by Zola's agents and brainwashed as the HYDRA mercenary Winter Soldier. He eventually returns to his heroic role and personality after being converted to the Phoenix Force by Mary Jane Watson and Jean Grey as Summer Knight, a Phoenix Warrior who can project Flaming constructs based on War Weapons (swords, arrows, bazookas, guns, etc.).
  • Appearance: He is modeled after Sebastian Stan's performance in Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Captain America: Civil War. After his transformation into Summer Knight, he wears a red mask resembling his classic appearance as Bucky, his bionic arm is replaced with a molten lava and red diamond arm and the HYDRA logos in his uniform are replaced with Phoenix Force logos.

Sun-Hawk / Adrian Toomes / Vulture

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Yuri Lowenthal (replacing Tom Kenny from Season 3)
  • Aliases: Vulture (formerly)
  • Biography: A teenager who was transformed with a Oscorp experiment by HYDRA agents into a Half Human Half Vulture monster and used by several villains as a pawn for their plans. He initially had no memories of his past until Mary Jane Watson and Jean Grey converted him to the Phoenix Force. The progress changes him from a Vulture to a Hawk (since a hawk is a "better message for mankind") metahuman, dubbing himself Sun-Hawk.
  • Appearance: Initially the same as in Ultimate Spider-Man Season 3 as the Vulture. As Sun-Hawk, he was a human face similar to his true form in the previous season and retains his bird-like feet. He also wears a Silver and Gold Knight Armor with the Phoenix Logo in his chest.

Spitfire / Jacqueline Falsworth

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Ali Hillis
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: An athletic teenage Inhuman who can move in Supersonic Speeds and can enhance her health and strength with Pyrokinetic Body Protection. Unlike most of the Inhumans on Earth who keep their powers and identities in secret from the others, her superhero alter ego and Inhuman powers are public knowledge. However, she is still accepted by humankind as a good civilian and a respected heroine. Jacqueline also sees a mother-figure in Black Widow. She appears briefly in Fantastic Inhumans and Where to Find Them among the numerous Inhuman descendents whose powers are triggered by the Terrigen Mist on Earth. She later makes her full appearance in War of the Patriots, where she helps the Avengers and Phoenix Warriors battle and apprehend Iron Patriot’s Thunderbolts, even though she almost dies in battle trying to stop the explosion of a belt of bombs set off by Iron Vulture (as an heroic effort to forgive herself from failing to save some of the victims of Hammer Industries’ destruction caused by the Thunderbolts before). Near death, she is brought back to life by Sun-Hawk and Red She-Hulk with their Phoenix Powers. The progress also bonds her with the power of Light Phoenix. After the Thunderbolts are defeated, Spitfire eventually joins the Phoenix Warriors.
  • Appearance: She wears a One Piece Leotard version of her original costume in the comics and a Red Headband.

Fantastic Four

Mister Fantastic / Dr. Reed Richards

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Dee Bradley Baker
  • Aliases: Doc Richards (by Spider-Man), Stretch (nickname by the Thing), Stretch Pants (nickname by some)
  • Biography: The genius leader of the team with the ability to shapeshift and stretch his body to several forms.
  • Appearance: The same as in Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H..

Invisible Woman / Susan "Sue" Storm

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Kari Wahlgren
  • Aliases: Invisible Girl (alternate name)
  • Biography: Dr Richards' wife and the second in command member of the team with the ability to turn herself invisible and to project Force Fields with her mind and will.
  • Appearance: The same as in Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H..

Human Torch / Johnny Storm

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Roger Craig Smith
  • Aliases: Torch
  • Biography: Susan's younger brother and the youngest member of the team with Flight and Pyrokinetic abilities.
  • Appearance: The same as in Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H..

The Thing / Ben Grimm

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Dave Boat
  • Aliases: Big Guy
  • Biography: Dr Richards' best friend as well as the pilot and muscle man of the team, who developed incredible strength and durability after he was turned into a hulking rock made metahuman.
  • Appearance: The same as in Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H..

H.E.R.B.I.E.

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Laura Bailey (similar to Omochao in current Sonic the Hedgehog games)
  • Aliases: Herb
  • Biography: The team's robotic assistant and hacker.
  • Appearance: The same as in the original comics.

X-Men

Wolverine / James "Logan" Howlett

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Steve Blum
  • Aliases: Logan, Wolvie (nickname), Claw Man (by Skaar)
  • Biography: A World War II mutant veteran with Regenerative Healing Factor and Adamantium skeleton able to fight with Adamantium Claws he can summon from his fists and a formidable member of the X-Men. Though he is sometimes antisocial and rough, he still gets along well with most of his teammates, specially Rogue, who sees him as a father figure and best friend, and Jean.
  • Appearance: The same as in Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H., but with his costume from the Wolverine and the X-Men TV show.

Jean Grey / Phoenix

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Jennifer Hale
  • Aliases: Jeannie (by Wolverine), Red, Phoenix, White Phoenix of the Crown, Marvel Girl (childhood alter-ego)
  • Biography: A founding member of the X-Men and the former host of the Phoenix Force, she is a powerful mutant with Telekinetic and Telepathic abilities. She is also a founding member of the Phoenix Warriors as well as a mentor and friend of her Light Phoenix successor Mary Jane Watson and the right hand woman of Queen Andrea, who taught Jean to control the Phoenix by relating with her when she was very young.
  • Appearance: While she is modeled after her appearances in X-Men: Evolution, she is mainly shown wearing her White Phoenix of the Crown attire.

Professor X / Professor Charles Xavier

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Tom Kane
  • Aliases: Chuck (by Wolverine)
  • Biography: The leader and founder of the X-Men, he is a paraplegic, but very powerful mutant telepath. He is also the proper mentor of Jean Grey.
  • Appearance: Based on Patrick Stewart's performance in the Live-in Action films.

Cyclops / Scott Summers

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Troy Baker
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: Jean Grey’s husband and a mutant who is unable to control his optic blasts unless he is wearing his mask or his sunglasses.
  • Appearance: The same designs and appearance in X-Men: Evolution.

Rogue / Anna Marie

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Melissa Disney
  • Aliases: Marie
  • Biography: Wolverine’s prodigy and a mutant with the ability to drain and absorb other beings’ minds and abilities through physical contact.
  • Appearance: Based on Anna Paquin's looks in the Live-in Action Trilogy.

Storm / Ororo Munroe

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Danielle Nicolet
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: One of Jean Grey’s best friends and a mutant with Weather-Manipulating abilities.
  • Appearance: The same designs and appearance in X-Men: Evolution.

Emma Frost

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Kari Wahlgren
  • Aliases: White Queen (as a member of the Inner Circle)
  • Biography: A redeemed former member of the Inner Circle who joined the X-Men for better redemption. She is a mutant with Telepathic Abilities and the power to turn her body into unbreakable diamond; her powers have also evolved sometime before joining the X-Men: she is now capable to regenerate and reconstruct her body while in her diamond form and create diamond constructs with her arms and hands (similar to a Carnage symbiote host).
  • Appearance: While she uses her looks from Wolverine and the X-Men, she wears a one piece leotard, a pair of large gloves and boots and a cloak (all colored in white as in the comics).

Nightcrawler / Kurt Wagner

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Sam Riegel
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A Blue-skinned mutant with the ability to teleport.
  • Appearance: The same as in X-Men: Evolution.

Beast / Dr Hank McCoy

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Travis Willingham
  • Aliases: Dr McCoy, Doc, Furrball (by Wolverine)
  • Biography: A scientist and teacher in Professor Xavier’s Mutant Academy, he is a Blue-haired Werewolf-like mutant with animal abilities.
  • Appearance: The same designs and appearance in X-Men: Evolution.

Guardians of the Galaxy

Star-Lord / Peter Quill

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Will Friedle
  • Aliases: Star-Prince (nickname), Space-Lord (nickname), Music Man (by Skaar)
  • Biography: The half-human, half-alien leader of the Guardians equipped with his Flight Space Suit and armed with his Element Guns.
  • Appearance: As in the Guardians of the Galaxy TV Show, he is designed after Chris Pratt’s performance in MCU.

Gamora

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Vanessa Marshall
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: The amazonian adoptive daughter of Thanos who joins the team to redeem her past actions.
  • Appearance: As in the Guardians of the Galaxy TV Show, she is designed after Zoe Saldana’s performance in MCU.

Drax the Destroyer

  • Voice Actor/Actress: David Sobolov
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: The ill-tempered brawler who joins the team as he seeks revenge on Ronan for the loss of his family.
  • Appearance: As in the Guardians of the Galaxy TV Show, he is designed after Dave Bautista’s role in MCU.

Rocket Raccoon

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Trevor Devall
  • Aliases: Rocket
  • Biography: A alien Raccoon and a former space bounty hunter who is the pilot of the team and Nova’s trainer.
  • Appearance: The same designs and appearance in the Guardians of the Galaxy TV Show.

Groot

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Kevin Michael Richardson
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A plant-themed humanoid and Rocket’s partner who has a very limited vocabulary and only communicates with the others by saying: “I Am Groot”.
  • Appearance: The same designs and appearance in the Guardians of the Galaxy TV Show.

Big Hero 6

Hiro Hamada

  • Voice Actors/Actress: Ryan Potter
  • Biography: A science prodigy and the leader of the Six. He is very close friends with Peter as they both share many facts they have in common, such as being motivated to be a hero after he lost his brother Tadashi like Peter lost his uncle Ben, and the fact that they live with their aunts May and Cass, who are the only families they have left. He operates in the team which Red, White and Blue upgraded microbots designed in Stark Industries.
  • Appearance: The same as in the Disney movie.

Baymax

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Scott Adsit
  • Aliases: Your Personal Healthcare Companion, Big Guy (by Spider-Man), Buddy (by Hiro)
  • Biography: An A.I. program designed by Hiro’s brother Tadashi to be the humans’ “Personal Healthcare Companion” and upgraded by Hiro with a flight armor to be a hero.
  • Appearance: The same as in the Disney movie.

Honey Lemon

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Genesis Rodriguez
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: The cheerful member of the team who operates in crime-fighting armed with her Chem-Balls.
  • Appearance: The same as in the Disney movie.

Go Go Tomago

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Jamie Chung
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: An expert driver and the acrobatic member of the team who operates with her armor’s discs which can be used to Skate at maximum speed or to destroy anything they slash.
  • Appearance: The same as in the Disney movie.

Fred

  • Voice Actor/Actress: T. J. Miller
  • Aliases: Fredzilla, Freddie (by Honey Lemon)
  • Biography: A wealthy fanboy and a member of the team who operates in his Lizard suit which grants him increased strength, superhuman jumping and the ability to shoot fire.
  • Appearance: The same as in the Disney movie.

Wasabi

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Damon Wayans Jr.
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A member of the team who is an expert in Kung Fu fighting and operates with his armor, which is equipped with Plasma Blades.
  • Appearance: The same as in the Disney movie.

Doctor Strange / Doctor Stephen Strange

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Liam O'Brien
  • Aliases: The Sorcerer Supreme, Master of the Mystic Arts, Doc
  • Biography: A neurosurgeon who, after a horrific car accident which led him to a journey of healing, discovered the hidden world of magic and alternate dimensions. He is a close ally and reserve member of the Avengers.
  • Appearance: The same as in previous seasons.

Stark Industries

Rescue / Virginia "Pepper" Potts

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Jodi Benson
  • Aliases: Iron Woman (nickname), Boss (by Gwen Stacy)
  • Biography: Tony Stark's lover, who worked for him as his secretary and was promoted as Stark Industries' secondary boss. As a honorary member of the Avengers, she battles crime as Rescue, a female variant of Stark's Iron Man suit.
  • Appearance: Her civilian design is modeled after Gwyneth Paltrow's performance in MCU. Her Rescue armor uses the same details as in the comics.

War Machine / James “Jim” Rhodes

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Phil LaMarr
  • Aliases: Rhodey
  • Biography: Tony Stark’s best friend and an officer working for Stark Industries and the Avengers.
  • Appearance: Based on Don Cheadle’s performance in MCU. His War Machine armor is detailed after its appearance in Captain America: Civil War.

The Inhuman Royal Family

Black Bolt

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Trevor Devall
  • Aliases: Bolt
  • Biography: The King of Attilan and the most powerful of the Inhumans whose voice is so powerful it could level an entire mountain.
  • Appearance: The same as in Avengers: Ultron Revolution.

Medusa Amaquelin

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Catherine Taber
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A member of The Inhumans, wife to Black Bolt, and sister to Crystal Amaquelin. Medusa is best known for her long, thick head of red hair, which she can telekinetically wield like countless extra appendages.
  • Appearance: The same as in Avengers: Ultron Revolution.

The Werefox / Rosy Barsi

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Jessica DiCicco
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A 10 Year-old orphaned girl who lost her family in Sokovia after an Spider-Slayer attack in the nearby HYDRA base. She was found by Spider-Man’s team in Pompeii when the Phoenix Warriors were tasked by Queen Andrea to find her and free her from the Dark Phoenix Gem’s possession and later taken under the Phoenix Warriors’ care until they find a new home for her. She was later revealed to be a Inhuman descendant when the Terrigen Mist Cloud sprung across Earth turning all Inhuman descendents into complete Inhumans. Her mutation changed her appearance into a half human half fox hybrid humanoid with the ability to breathe fire and unleash Sonic Wave Howls. She was later given a new home in Attilan, where she leaves as the Inhuman Royal Family’s princess and adopted daughter of Black Bolt and Medusa. She is also shown to be attending at S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy lessons in the Triskelion along with other young students supervised by the New Avengers, as shown in Black Friday, where she attends to a Class Lesson by Spider-Man about one’s responsibility for A.I. programs.
  • Appearance: As a human, she is a Blond Short Haired and Blue Eyed Girl with a Butterfly Tatto in her cheek. As a Inhuman, she is a Fox-themed humanoid based on a werewolf.

Lockjaw

  • Voice Actor/Actress: None
  • Aliases: Good Big Dog
  • Biography: He is a member of The Inhumans and resembles a giant bulldog. He serves in the capacity of the Inhumans' teleporter and escort to the Royal Family of the Inhumans. Lockjaw has more than one hundred commands through different whistles.
  • Appearance: The same as in Avengers: Ultron Revolution.

Karnak

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Fred Tatasciore
  • Alliases:
  • Biography: Black Bolt's cousin and closest adviser, who can "see the fault in all things" and acts as the Royal Family's strategist and philosopher.
  • Appearance: The same as in Avengers: Ultron Revolution.

Gorgon

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Nolan North
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: Gorgon is a member of the Inhuman Royal Family. As a result of being exposed to the Terrigen Mist when he was an infant, Gorgon developed hooved feet and a powerful lower body. His legs are so powerful that with a single stomp, he can create shock tremors to disable his opponents.
  • Appearance: The same as in Avengers: Ultron Revolution.

Devil Dinosaur

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Steve Blum
  • Aliases: Devil, Red Rover, El Diablo (alternate identity)
  • Biography: A Red skinned Tyrannosaurus Rex and resident of Savage Land who joined the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. as their pet.
  • Appearance: The same as in Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H..

Hulkling / Theodore Altman

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Sam Riegel
  • Aliases: Theo, Teddy (by Wiccan), Dorrek VIII (original Skrull/Kree identity)
  • Biography: A teenage Kree/Skrull hybrid alien with the powers and abilities of the Hulk who is able to fly with Demon-wings he summons in his body. He and his partner and lover Wiccan appear in the episode Space Soldiers and Angels, fighting for their freedom against the Skrulls and latter working alongside the Avengers to defeat Nighthawk and the Skrull Queen Veranke.
  • Appearance: The same as in the original comics.

Wiccan / Belle Kaplan

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Kate Higgins
  • Aliases: The Asgardian
  • Biography: A teenage metahuman with Reality Warping powers, and Hulkling’s partner and girlfriend. She is also Jane Foster’s protegee in Asgard.
  • Appearance: She is a female variant of the original character in the comics.
  • Note: This version of Wiccan is introduced as a female character since the original character’s homosexual relationship with Hulkling would affect the show’s target audience.

Avengers Academy Students

Reptil / Humberto Lopez

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Antony Del Rio
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A teenage mutant who can turn his body into Dinosaur-like body parts and is a student in Avengers Academy. He appears in Real Wild One, where he goes to Savage Land to spend to good time with Devil Dinosaur until they get into a fight with HYDRA forces sent after them and get to solve the mystery of a Plant-bending Entity (Persephone) within the Island.
  • Appearance: The same as in Marvel Super Hero Adventure: Frost Fight!.

Persephone / Michelle Rose

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Natalie Lander
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A former prodigy of Oscorp who was sent along with a small research team to explore Savage Land’s origins and tasked by her team’s ambitious leaders to find answers in a nearby abandoned facility. There, she was eventually attacked by the living plants which had been infused with substances created by a combination of Radioactive Chemicals and the WWII Super Soldier Formula which apparently killed her until it turned out that she was transformed into an half-human half-plant hybrid metahuman. Right after Osborn and the Research Team returned to the Island, she attempted to exact revenge on them for her condition until a fight with Reptil, Captain America, White Tiger and Kid Arachnid. Despite accepting defeat, Michelle was eventually given by the heroes a second chance to do the right by joining Avengers Academy.
  • Appearance: Her human looks are based on Zendaya’s same name character in Spider-Man: Homecoming. As Persephone, she is an plant-skinned humanoid with an Auburn Hair and Violet eyes.
  • Note: The Character is an Teenage Heroic version of the Batman villain Poison Ivy in DC Comics.

Sandman / Flint Marko

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Dee Bradley Baker
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A former metahuman criminal with Sand-like powers who was inspired and redeemed by Spider-Man's heroic and selfless actions and decided to go for a life of fighting against crime. It is also mentioned that he had his normal life ruined by J. Jonah Jameson, who wrongfully accused him for robbing from Oscorp, which caused him to get separated from his wife and daughter. However, after Jameson was arrested, Marko can now live his life with his family back and thanks Spider-Man for that. He appears in Little Big World, where it is shown that he has gotten a job with Scott Lang (who was his business partner) in Pym Industries and he helps the Avengers deal with Yellowjacket and the supervillains he assembled against Pym.
  • Appearance: The same as Ultimate Spider-Man vs. The Sinister 6.

Moon Knight / Marc Spector

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Diedrich Bader
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: An costumed vigilante and potential Avengers' recruit, going by the name Moon Knight, who claimed he was the avatar of the Moon. He battles crime and corruption while following advices from the Moon itself.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. the Sinister 6.

Villains

Uranus

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Michael Ironside
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A cosmic mad-titan who emerges from the ashes of Thanos and Ultron as a result of Red Goblin’s exposing of the Tesseract. He serves as the main antagonist in the multi-part finale The Infinity Saga.
  • Appearance: He is a darker variant of Thanos with most of his armor composed of Ultron’s body parts.

HYDRA and Sinister Six

Doctor Octopus / Doctor Otto Octavius

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Tom Kenny
  • Aliases: Doc Ock, Ock, Otto, Monster Ock (as a Carnage host), Loki (after swapping bodies with Loki in Superior Loki)
  • Biography: A former Oscorp engineer who reemerged as a cyborg mad scientist and Spider-Man's archenemy and leader of the Sinister Six armed with bionic tentacles he can control with his mind and will. He is also an occasional antagonist to the Avengers. After the accident which nearly cost his life, Octavius became completely unable to use his arms and legs, becoming permanently dependent of his tentacles. He is shown having been given a more sinister (albeit furtherly deformed) look and a new armored form after one of his Octobots fused him with Swarm’s synthetic components. After briefly swapping bodies with Loki, he injects himself with a serum which grants him a new look and enhances and cures his deformity and paralysis.
  • Appearance: The same looks as in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. the Sinister 6 (his Nanite Form in Young, But Still Big and his humanoid form in Real Wild One to Future Shock).

Madame Hydra / Viper Empress / Ophelia Sarkissian

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Claudia Black
  • Aliases: Ophidian Queen, Viper, Lizard Bride (nickname by Spider-Man), Madame, Herr Sarkissian.
  • Biography: A top agent and the second in command of HYDRA. After her plan to create the perfect living weapons of HYDRA is foiled by the efforts of Spider-Man and his allies, she injects herself with a stolen Oscorp Animal Themed Serum (similar to Dr Connors’ Lizard formula) which permanently turns her into a monstrous Half Human Half Snake Humanoid with the same strengths of Connors' Lizard form, but also able spit acid, infect her victims with Viper Venom and communicate with other Ophidian species. She is also the Phoenix Princess' own archenemy.
  • Appearance: In her human form, she uses her classic green costume in the comics. As the Viper Empress, she is a Green Anaconda-skinned Yellow eyed Snake themed humanoid with the same size of Dr Connors' Lizard persona. She also has a large Rattlesnake Tail, a line up of Spikes in her spine and back and razor sharp claws.

Carnage Strucker / Baron Wolfgang Von Strucker

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Corey Burton
  • Aliases: Carnage, Herr Strucker
  • Biography: A ruthless commander of HYDRA who becomes the next host of the Carnage Symbiote.
  • Appearance: Based on Thomas Kretschmann's performance in Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Avengers: Age of Ultron. Carnage remains with the same designs of Ultimate Spider-Man vs. The Sinister 6. After his appearance in Carnage Vengeance, he gets a new form, his chest and half of his face enveloped by the symbiote and his right arm replaced by a large Symbiote Claw.

Electro / Max Dillon

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Christopher Daniel Barnes
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A mutated human criminal with electric abilities who Spider-Man fought some time ago before joining S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy. He is also a member of Doctor Octopus’ Sinister Six.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. the Sinister 6.

Mysterio / Quentin Beck

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Fred Tatasciore
  • Aliases: Master of Illusions
  • Biography: A criminal sorcerer with the abilities to create illusions and mind games and one of the first villains Spider-Man fought before joining S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy. He disappeared shortly after he was defeated by Spider-Man, Black Cat and Firestar until he was revealed to have been abducted by the Mindless Ones and taken to the Dark Dimension. After he was defeated by Spider-Man’s team with the aid of Doctor Strange and stripped off a Dark Gem which gave him Dormammu’s powers, he managed to escape and eventually joined Doctor Octopus’ Sinister Six.
  • Appearance: The same appearance as in the 2010 video game Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions video game.

Mecha Rhino / Major Glenn Talbot

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Nolan North
  • Aliases: Rhino, Talbot
  • Biography: A former member of the currently disbanded Hulkbusters who joined HYDRA after Spider-Man proved to New York that the Hulk was not a fugitive monster. He also operates in Doctor Octopus' Sinister Six in the mantle of Mecha Rhino, a Hulkbuster Armor based on the original Rhino's Form.
  • Appearance: Talbot has the same designs as in The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes! while the Mecha Rhino armor is modeled after the armor worn by Aleksei Sytsevich in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

Hydro-Man / Morris Bench

  • Voice Actor/Actress: James Arnold Taylor
  • Aliases: Red Shark (as a Carnage Symbiote Host)
  • Biography: A Element-themed metahuman similar to Sandman, but with Water-based powers, and a member of the Sinister Six. Right after being defeated by the New Avengers and the Wild Pack, he is stripped off most of his power and is now only able to manipulate water and cannot shift his body to living water.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. the Sinister 6.

Kraven the Hunter

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Diedrich Bader
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A lethal hunter and member of the Sinister Six. He has a personal and intense rivalry with White Tiger, due to him being responsible for killing her father and grandfather.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. the Sinister 6.

Dr. Michael Morbius

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Benjamin Diskin
  • Aliases: Morbius
  • Biography: A scientist working for HYDRA who collaborates with Kingpin in the creation of Devil Dinosaur’s deformed clone and the Venom symbiote which was collected in Latveria.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. the Sinister 6.

Yellowjacket / Darren Cross

  • Voice Actor/Actress: John DiMaggio
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: Dr Pym's former prodigy who reemerged as agent of HYDRA and pilot of the Yellowjacket armor.
  • Appearance: Modeled after Corey Stoll’s appearance in the MCU film Ant-Man.

Madame Masque / Whitney Frost

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Nika Futterman, Cree Summer (as Screaming Queen)
  • Aliases: Screaming Queen (as a Scream Symbiote host)
  • Biography: A wealthy terrorist and one of Iron Man’s oldest adversaries, she holds a grudge with Black Cat, who exposed her criminal activities and identities to the authorities after defeating her to save Firestar. She later joined ranks with HYDRA in the purpose to exact revenge on Black Cat. She appears in World War Venom, where she becomes the monstrous Screaming Queen after bonding with the Scream Symbiote, an organism similar to Venom, but with the ability to drive other specimens berserk with her voice and a elastic hair similar to Medusa’s.
  • Appearance: The same as in the comics. Her Screaming Queen form is partially the same of the original character.

Kang the Conqueror

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Kevin Michael Richardson
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A Time-Travelling alien conqueror who seeks to destroy the Avengers and their legacy.
  • Appearance: The same as in Avengers: Ultron Revolution.

Ronan the Accuser

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Jonathan Adams
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A rogue member of the Kree Empire who was the galaxy’s most feared politician. Despite exiled from the Empire for destroying countless lives of other innocent beings, he still continued his pursuit against those he saw as ‘criminals’ in the galaxy and threats to the Kree Empire.
  • Appearance: He is designed after Lee Pace’s performance in the Guardians of the Galaxy 2014 film.

Loki Laufeyson

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Troy Baker
  • Aliases: The Trickster, Prince of Lies, Liar (by Frigga)
  • Biography: The adoptive brother and archenemy of Thor.
  • Appearance: The same as in previous seasons.

Amora the Enchantress

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Kari Wahlgren
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: An asgardian witch who had a very deep love obsession for Thor and holds on an obsessive hatred for Jane Foster.
  • Appearance: Designed after her appearance in Avengers: Secret Wars.

Iron Monger / Obadiah Stane

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Fred Tatasciore
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: Formerly the Stark Family's business partner, he became one of Iron Man's most serious enemies after he was exposed for hiring the terrorists who tried to steal Tony's technology.
  • Appearance: Modeled after Jeff Bridges' performance in MCU.

Oscorp Agents / Thunderbolts

Green Goblin / Iron Patriot / Norman Osborn

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Steven Weber
  • Aliases: Mr. Osborn, Goblin, Patriot
  • Biography: The CEO of Oscorp and Harry Osborn’s father. He is also responsible for fusing Otto Octavius with his bionic arms (which led him to become Doctor Octopus) in an attempt to save his life from near death, though he also hid him from public eyes to cover his own corrupt intentions with other heroes, including Spider-Man. Due to the possibility of him returning as the Green Goblin once more, Harry chooses not to reveal to Norman that he is operating with the New Avengers as the American Son while Spider-Man chooses not to disclose his secret identity of Peter Parker to him. Though he sometimes helps the heroes with their missions as the Iron Patriot, he sometimes pushes his ways for justice to extreme levels such as when he hires his agents to eliminate unplanned Oscorp test subjects.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. the Sinister 6.

Silver Sable / Silver Sablinova

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Mary Elizabeth McGlynn
  • Aliases: Sable
  • Biography: A deadly mercenary who is Osborn’s personal bodyguard and most trusted agent and the leader of the Wild Pack. She is also a widow who mourns the deaths of her husband and her sister (both were victims of the Spider-Slayer attack in Sokovia).
  • Appearance: The same as in the comics.

Iron Vulture / Arthur Toomes

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Graham McTavish
  • Aliases: Vulture
  • Biography: Adrian Toomes’ father and a member of Silver Sable’s Wild Pack.
  • Appearance: He is based on Michael Keaton’s looks and performance of Vulture in Spider-Man: Homecoming.

Psylocke / Elisabeth "Betsy" Braddock

  • Voice Actor/Actress: April Stewart
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A mutant with the Ability to construct weapons made of psychic energy, usually in the form of a katana or knife, and a member of Silver Sable’s Wild Pack.
  • Appearance: Based on Olivia Munn’s performance and looks in X-Men: Apocalypse.

Detroit Steel

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Travis Willingham
  • Aliases: Steel
  • Biography: An android modeled after Osborn’s Iron Patriot suit and Stark’s Hulkbuster armor.
  • Appearance: The same as in the comics.

Beetle / Abner Jenkins

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Robin Atkin Downes
  • Aliases: Mech V (Thunderbolt Identity)
  • Biography: A Beetle-Themed armored Mercenary who Spider-Man and his team first fought to prevent him from assassinating Jameson. After Jameson’s arrest, Beetle joined ranks with Oscorp as a member of Osborn’s Thunderbolts, though he actually happens to be a double-agent working for HYDRA.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. The Sinister 6. Mech-V shares the same looks from Avengers: Ultron Revolution.

Shriek / Frances Barrison

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Laura Bailey
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A metahuman thief with Sound Manipulation abilities and recruit of Truman Marsh’s Thunderbolts. She is also in Little Big World, where she is hired along with other villains to attack and destroy Pym Industries. She is defeated when Hope Van Dyne (as Wasp) emerges in front of her and zaps her eyes with her Stings, allowing Black Widow to deliver the final blow.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. The Sinister 6.

Shocker / Herman Schultz

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Troy Baker
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: One of Spider-Man’s villains and a criminal with powerful shock wave/electricity gauntlets. He appears in Little Big World, where he collaborates with Yellowjacket in destroying Pym Industries. He is the first villain defeated by Hope Van Dyne in the Wasp suit. She defeats him by shrinking into his armor and attacking him from inside it, tricking him into accidentally striking Shriek, who retaliates by ferociously striking him with her Shockwave Blast, rendering him unconscious.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. The Sinister 6.

Blastaar

  • Voice Actor/Actress: James Arnold Taylor
  • Aliases: Living Bomb-Burst
  • Biography: An alien supervillain from the Negative Zone and a formidable foe of the Agents of S.M.A.S.H..
  • Appearance: The same as in Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H..

Whirlwind / David Cannon

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Tom Kenny
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A super criminal with an Wind-Manipulating Armor.
  • Appearance: The same as in season episode Spectrums.

Minor Characters

Betty Brant

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Grey DeLisle
  • Aliases: Beth, B.B.
  • Biography: The current head reporter in Daily Bugle Communications, replacing J. Jonah Jameson after he is displaced and arrested for his involvement with the Spider-Slayers. Much unlike Jameson, who relentlessly tried to attack and ruin the reputation of superheroes, including Spider-Man, by publicly reporting about them as menaces, she publicly reports about them in a more friendly and respectful way which supports their reputation. Though she is not aware of his and other New Avengers’ identities, she is shown aware of Spider-Man’s romance with Phoenix Princess, and the two show no concern of hearing Brant voice this fact in public.
  • Appearance: Based on Elizabeth Bank's performance in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy.

Ben Parker

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Alan Tudyk
  • Aliases: Uncle Ben
  • Biography: Peter’s deceased uncle and Aunt May’s husband. He appears in Future Shock as a spirit guiding Hawkeye in his dream of the future.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man Season 1 episode Strange Days.

Abigail Callaghan

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Tara Strong
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: Professor Callaghan’s daughter and a astronaut and air force pilot. She was once hospitalized by Doctor Octopus, who ingested her with an Oscorp formula which turned her into a monstrous Goblin and tricked her father into believing that Osborn was responsible until the Avengers and the Big Hero 6 cured her and managed to expose Octavius’ plot, though the progress also left her paraplegic. She is also close friends with the Six and their friends, including the New Avengers.
  • Appearance: The same as in the Big Hero 6 Disney movie.

Anna Watson

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Laura Bailey
  • Aliases: Ann, Miss Watson, Aunt Annie (by MJ)
  • Biography: Mary Jane's aunt and Aunt May's best friend. She is shown to be as aware as MJ and May that Peter Parker is Spider-Man, and much like both, she is also very supportive with him. She also has a good relationship with their allies, including the Avengers.
  • Appearance: She is designed after Marisa Tomei's interpretation of Aunt May in Captain America: Civil War and Spider-Man: Homecoming.

Rio Morales

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Maria Canals-Barrera
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: Miles’ widowed mother. Just like Aunt May, she has a good relationship with the superheroes her son is close too, including the Avengers.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. The Sinister 6.

Howard Stark

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Eric Loomis
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: Tony Stark's deceased father and creator of Arsenal. He is also one of the co-founders of S.H.I.E.L.D. and one of Captain America's closest allies in the World War II.
  • Appearance: Designed after John Slattery's performance in MCU.

May Reilly

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Misty Lee
  • Aliases: Aunt May, Miss Parker
  • Biography: Peter Parker’s widowed aunt, legal guardian and mother figure. She has a good relationship with her nephew’s allies, including the Avengers.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. the Sinister 6.

Helen Stacy

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Catherine Taber
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: Gwen’s mother who is as supportive as her husband George is for Spider-Man and also has a good relationship with other heroes, including the Avengers. She is in Savage World, where she is acting as a guest teacher in Oxford until she watches in horror as the college is wrecked by Venom Dinosaur. She is almost killed by the collapsing debris until Captain America saves her life .
  • Appearance: Based on Kari Coleman’s character looks in Marc Webb’s Reboot films.

Beth the Waitress

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Ashley Johnson
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: A waitress who works in a Restaurant of Brooklyn. She appears in Burning Hearts, where she is admiring the wild birds residing in the Nest of Helios. It is also stated by her that she had learned of the New Avengers’ identities sometime after Mary Jane became the Phoenix Princess and that she is okay with it, because theirs are not the first she learned of. She is also shown a few moments next to Summer Knight, indicating that she is in a relationship with him.
  • Appearance: Based on Ashley Johnson’s performance in Marvel’s The Avengers.

Characters from Parallel Realities

Ultimate Universe

Spider-Woman / Gwen Stacy

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Mae Whitman
  • Aliases: Spider-Gwen, Ultimate Spider-Woman
  • Biography: Gwen Stacy’s Ultimate Universe counterpart, who operates alongside her fellow Web Warriors in the mantle of Spider-Woman. She appears in The Infinity Saga, Part 2: Soul of a Ultimate Hero, where she and her team help Spider-Man’s Soul Patrol deal with Magneto’s forces and recover the Tablet Piece for the Soul Stone.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. The Sinister 6.

Black Widow / Mary Jane Watson

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Ashley Johnson
  • Aliases: Ultimate Black Widow
  • Biography: Mary Jane’s counterpart from Ultimate Universe who battles crime as the Black Widow, in memory of her deceased boyfriend Peter Parker, after being bitten by the same spider responsible for Peter’s arachnid powers and some experienced training in Hand-to-Hand combat arts by Captain America. She is the leader of the Web Warriors in her dimension.
  • Appearance: The same of her mainstream counterpart. Her Black Widow attire is the same worn by the Jessica Drew version of the Black Widow, but with Red Glasses similar to Madame Web’s.

Spider-Man / Miles Morales

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Ogie Banks
  • Aliases: Ultimate Spider-Man
  • Biography: Kid Arachnid’s counterpart and Peter Parker’s successor as Spider-Man. He is a member of his world’s Web Warriors.
  • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. The Sinister 6.

Phantom Spider / Peter Parker

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Drake Bell
  • Aliases: Spider-Man (formerly), Phantom
  • Biography: The Ultimate Universe’s first Spider-Man until his death at the hands of the Green Goblin. As a result of his counterpart’s bond with the Phoenix Force, Peter’s spirit was given strength to interact with the living beings and to continue fighting crime as the Phantom Spider, a ghostly variant of Spider-Man who has the same powers of his counterpart, but is additionally able to Phase through solid objects, enter living beings’ minds and dreams and possess living bodies. Though he was not initially visible by everyone, his presence was eventually sensed by his counterpart, who ended up experiencing visions of what has occurred since Gwen returned to her dimension. Soon after, he becomes visible by his friends, allies and relatives after Phoenix Princess uses her Phoenix Powers to enhance their minds. He eventually joins Black Widow/Mary Jane’s Web Warriors after helping deal with Magneto.
  • Appearance: In human form, he is same of his living counterpart’s civilian form. His Phantom Spider attire is a combination of his Future Foundations attire with Ultron’s Crimson Cowl attire in Avengers: Ultron Revolution episode Inhumans Among Us.
  • Note: The concept of the character is an inspiration on DC Comics’ character Deadman and Star Wars saga’s Force Ghosts.

Human Torch / Harry Osborn

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Matt Lanter
  • Aliases: Ultimate Human Torch
  • Biography: Peter Parker’s best friend who developed his Pyrokinetic Flight Powers when his father injected him with an Element adapting serum which was meant to turn him into a Goblin monster, which was barely unsuccessful when Peter saved his life before the progress was complete, which led Green Goblin to ambitiously destroy Spider-Man once and for all. Blaming himself for his friend’s loss and his father’s insanity, Harry eventually took on the superhero mantle of the Human Torch and started operating as a member of the Ultimates.
  • Appearance: His civilian form is the same of his mainstream counterpart. His Human Torch attire is based on the one worn by Michael B. Jordan’s character in the 2015 Fantastic Four reboot film (or Fant4stic) and also has a Green Eyed Red Mask with the face of a dragon.

Thor Odinson

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Travis Willingham
  • Aliases: Ultimate Thor
  • Biography: Thor’s counterpart and a member of the Ultimates. It is shown in a flashback that, after Spider-Woman broadcasted the files Jocasta gave her to help honor her deceased friend, Thor eventually took part in the hunt for the heads of the remaining members of the Sinister Six who cooperated with Green Goblin on destroying Spider-Man. In his part of the manhunt, he hunted down and killed Electro, complaining how cowardly the Six have been for using much great power to destroy the life of one young man, by overloading him with his own electricity. He and his fellow Ultimates also help the Main Universe Spider-Man's patrol and Mary Jane’s Web Warriors deal with Magneto.
  • Appearance: He is visually based on Chris Hemsworth’s looks in MCU. His attire is the same as in the Ultimate Comics.

Falcon / Sam Wilson

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Bumper Robinson
  • Aliases: Ultimate Falcon
  • Biography: Falcon's counterpart who is a S.H.I.E.L.D. parachute man and a member of the Ultimates. It is shown in a flashback that, after Spider-Woman broadcasted the files Jocasta gave her to help honor her deceased friend, Falcon eventually took part in the hunt for the heads of the remaining members of the Sinister Six who cooperated with Green Goblin on destroying Spider-Man. In his part of the manhunt, he hunted down and killed Vulture after fighting him and shooting him out of the sky, disabling his armor and leaving him to fall for his death. He and his fellow Ultimates also help the Main Universe Spider-Man's patrol and Mary Jane’s Web Warriors deal with Magneto.
  • Appearance: Based on Anthony Mackie’s performance in MCU.

Scarlet Spider / Kaine Parker

  • Voice Actor/Actress: Scott Porter
  • Aliases: Ultimate Scarlet Spider
  • Biography: Scarlet Spider’s counterpart, Peter Parker’s genetic clone who was raised by Aunt May as her nephew and Peter's adoptive brother. He is a member of the Web Warriors.
  • Appearance: The same of his mainstream counterpart (who is named Ben Reilly), but wearing a hooded crimson jacket.

Lord Magneto / Erik Lehnsherr

  • Voice Actor/Actress: David Kaye
  • Aliases:
  • Biography: Magneto’s counterpart who is the leader of mutant members of HYDRA. He operates controlling Bolivar Trask’s Sentinels and wielding Doctor Octopus’ bionic tentacles.
  • Appearance: The same of his counterpart, but wearing a HYDRA variant of his suit.

Imaginary / Future Characters

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