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A full list of characters in Marvel: All New, All Different Chronicles. The show shares the animation tone of The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes!.

Characters

Main Characters

New Champions

A group composed of young heroes consisting of Spider-Man and his friends, who aspire to be the next generation of Avengers.

  • Spider-Man / Peter Parker
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Haley Joel Osment
    • Biography: A 16-year-old gifted genius teenager who earned spider-like abilities after being bitten by a radioactive spider. Initially a poorly praised, down on his luck student at Midtown High School, he now enrolls as a more successful top student at the Baxter Institute (where he is promoted as class president) alongside his friends. He is also the field leader of the New Champions.
    • Appearance: Based on Tom Holland's character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but with blue eyes.
  • Tigra / Mary Jane Watson
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Ashley Johnson
    • Biography: Peter's 15-year-old girlfriend and a human/alien hybrid (daughter of F.E.A.S.T. nurse Mary Watson and Titanian Tiger Soto) who can shape-shift into a humanoid tigress with the abilities of Fire and Ice Breath, Hypnosis, Telepathy and the “strength of ten tigers combined” (provided with Superhuman Strength, wall climbing, Superhuman leaping, and able to run and swim in incredible speeds). She can also use a technique called the "Maharaja's Roar", on which she lets out a powerful roar which can conjure wind and fire and summon the astral projection of a tiger head (presumably that of its namesake tiger god). This power can be used in both human and Titanian Tiger form. Like Peter and the most of his friends, she enrolls as a top student of Baxter Institute, where she is also class vice president.
    • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Marvel: Earth-2, and animated after the females in The Avengers: EMH!.
  • Falcon / Sam Wilson
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Bumper Robinson
    • Biography: One of Peter Parker's friends, and a 16-year-old teenager who went on a summer trip in Africa to experience a life of adventure. During his trip, he came across an artifact called the Mask of Horus. Just then, Sam was given a vision of bird life and woke up learning he gained a superhuman intellect, enhanced eyesight, and the ability to communicate with birds. He soon participated the Wakanda Air Games hosted by Zuri and won first place in every single one of them. Impressed by his skills, the Wakandans nicknamed him "Kozi" (a Swahili word which means "falcon"). He was awarded by T'Challa and Shuri with a Wakandan flight suit with special functions and arsenal and artificial Vibranium wings which can be summoned at will. Sam now operates as the superhero Falcon and is one of Spider-Man's hero companions, as well as one of the top students in Baxter Institute.
    • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Marvel: Earth-2, and animated after the males in The Avengers: EMH!.
  • Starforce / Elizabeth “Liz” Danvers Rogers
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Dove Cameron
    • Biography: The 15-year-old daughter of Steve Rogers / Captain America and Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel. She is also one of Peter Parker's friends, Mary Jane's best friend and operates as Starforce, a young patriot with the same physical strengths of her parents as well as the abilities to fly and liberate Photonic energy. Her nanosuit (provided for her by her mother) has Vibranium gauntlets which enable her to project weapon-based astral constructs (mostly swords, spears and shields to her preference). As a normal citizen, Liz is a top student and the class president of Bilderberg Academy, a girls-only school owned by Pepper Potts which is said to be one of Midtown High's oldest rivals, and potential companions of the Baxter Institute.
    • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Marvel: Earth-2, and animated after the females in The Avengers: EMH!.
  • Ms. Marvel / Kamala Khan
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Kathreen Khavari
    • Biography: Aamir's younger half-sister and a 12-year-old Inhuman with size and shape-shifting abilities who idolizes Captain Marvel. While she was raised by her mother in a beach house, she still visits her brother Aamir in their father's native village. She is also one of Liz's classmates in Bilderberg Academy, and is best friends with Peter Parker's sister Teresa, Natasha Romanoff's daughter Katrina and Riri Williams.
    • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Marvel: Earth-2, and animated after the females in The Avengers: EMH!.
  • Goliath / Ned Leeds
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Eric Bauza
    • Biography: Peter's best friend and classmate from Baxter Institute, he became Goliath after donning his own prototype of Dr. Hank Pym's Quantum Particle suit, which increases his physical strengths and allows him to manipulate his own size and access the Quantum Realm.
    • Appearance: Visually based on Jacob Batalon's character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. His Goliath suit is a red and black variant of the Avengers' time travel suit from Avengers: Endgame.
  • Lightyear / Cameron Potts Stark
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Robbie Daymond
    • Biography: The 18-year-old son of Tony Stark and Pepper Potts who sports his own Iron Man suit designated as "Lightyear". He is also one of Peter Parker's friends, one of Spider-Man's superhero companions, a top student in S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy, and is in a romantic relationship with Sally Avril.
    • Appearance: Visually the same of his counterpart from Ultimate Marvel: Earth-2. His Lightyear suit is similar to Harry Osborn's Patrioteer suit in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. the Sinister 6, but with the visor colored in silver.
  • Wave / Michelle Cage Jones
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Alanna Ubach
    • Biography: One of Peter Parker's friends and an aspiring 16-year-old professional swimmer who (due to exposure to an Oscorp Super Soldier formula which accidentally fell in a Oscorp pool she was swimming at for experimentation during the shootout between Norman Osborn's bodyguards and Otto Octavius' mercenaries) developed water-bending abilities and superhuman speed running and swimming. Despite terrified with her mutations, Michelle became inspired by Peter's heroic actions as Spider-Man and became the new heroine Wave. She is also a top student in Baxter Institute, and is frequently making water-based experiments.
    • Appearance: The same of her counterpart from Ultimate Marvel: Earth-2.
  • Iron Phoenix / Teresa Parker
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Jessie Flower
    • Biography: Peter's long lost 12-year-old younger sister who was born eight months after her parents left Peter to the care of Uncle Ben and Aunt May. On the wake of her parents' death by the hands of criminals working for Norman Osborn, Teresa took up her father's secret project, which includes technology resources from both Stark Industries and the Kree Empire. Soon after, she donned a new flight nanosuit (which includes the same functions of Tony Stark's Iron Man suit, as well as flamethrowers, Pyrokinetic bombs, and feet talons) with arm blades, optic beams and a neck device which enables her to perform sonic attacks, and begun to operate as the new superheroine Iron Phoenix in hopes of bringing the murderers of her parents to final justice and reuniting with her brother. Successful with her goal, Teresa now lives with Peter and Aunt May and enrolls at Bilderberg Academy alongside Liz as offered by Pepper Potts, and is shown to have become one of Kamala Khan's best friends along with Katrina Romanoff and Riri Williams.
    • Appearance: Visually a young girl with long blond hair and blue eyes. Her Iron Phoenix suit is a one piece red with crimson mechanical wings, a golden mask with red visors and a silver bird beak (the mask covers her head, but leaves her hair visible), golden boots resembling bird feet, silver gloves.
  • Kid Arachnid / Miles Morales
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Nadji Jeter
    • Biography: A 13-year-old Spider-Man fan who is imbued with spider-like abilities after being bitten by a second version of the mutated spider which bit Peter. He is Spider-Man's own protege and sidekick, and has been Kid Arachnid six months after Peter became Spider-Man.
    • Appearance: Visually the same as in his animated show counterparts. His costume is detailed after the one worn in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, added with a red hood.
  • Edith
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Tara Strong
    • Biography: An naive, but peaceful A.I. system which is loyal to Peter and his friends.
    • Appearance: She has no official form of her own, although she is most seen inhabiting a white and blue robot body based on a barn owl.
  • Ghost-Spider / Gwendolyn "Gwen" Pym Stacy
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Mae Whitman
    • Biography: Scott Lang's 12-year-old niece and surrogate daughter who was orphaned by the shootout between Norman Osborn's bodyguards and Otto Octavius' mercenaries. She became Ghost-Spider after coming in possession of a prototype Quantum Realm particle suit of her own, which uses similar functions of her uncle's Ant-Man suit and Peter Parker's Spider-Man technology added with phasing functions. A friend to Peter and keeper of his secret as Spider-Man, she enjoys spending time with him and his colleagues.
    • Appearance: Visually the same as in Ultimate Spider-Man, and animated after the females in The Avengers: EMH!. Her Ghost-Spider suit is the same of her counterpart from Ultimate Marvel: Earth-2, with her mask googles being more transparent.
  • Stature / Cassandra "Cassie" Lang Van Dyne
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Katie Leigh
    • Biography: Scott Lang's 8-year-old daughter and Gwen Stacy's younger cousin. She became Stature after coming in possession of a prototype Quantum Realm particle suit of her own, which uses similar functions of her uncle's Ant-Man suit, but also added with electro-blasts which she can shoot out of her gloves. She strongly loves her cousin and views the teenaged heroes, including Peter Parker / Spider-Man, as family.
    • Appearance: Visually the same as in The Avengers: EMH!. Her Stature suit is based on her Ant-Girl suit from Ultimate Marvel: Earth-2.
  • Skynet / Carlie Cooper
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Tara Strong
    • Biography: A 14-year-old robotic prodigy who is one of Peter Parker's friends and classmates in Baxter Institute, she came in contact with a symbiote-like nanite suit of Kree technology which can manipulate and absorb technology and analyse and mimic the abilities of Inhumans, and operates as Skynet. She uses a nanotech suit of her own making to control the substance.
    • Appearance: Visually a younger version of her Earth-616 counterpart, with a pony-tail hairstyle and without the glasses. Her Skynet form is a teenage variant of Jocasta in the comics with blue eyes. Her remote-control nanosuit is a barefoot white one-piece leotard with a blue orb in her chest place.
  • American Knight / Randy Robertson
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Zeno Robinson
    • Biography: One of Peter Parker's friends and classmates in Baxter Institute, and a science prodigy who battles crime with a Vibranium-powered exosuit which mimics Captain America's Super Soldier strength and projects virtual weapons (primarily swords and shields).
    • Appearance: Visually the same as in Marvel's Spider-Man, but with a shaved hair and without the glasses. His American Knight suit is a exosuit based on a Medieval Era knight's armor with the colors of Captain America's suit.
  • Lightning Panther / Shuri
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Daisy Lightfoot
    • Biography: King T'Challa's 16-year-old younger sister, the genius Princess of Wakanda who designs new technology for her country. She also has the same physical strengths of her brother and the metahuman ability to generate and manipulate electricity (which she earned after ingesting a Heart-shaped Herb which had absorbed a lightning bolt during a storm in Wakanda) and wields a Vibranium armor suit of her own making in battle as the Lightning Panther. She is a genuine friend to Peter Parker and his classmates and, after joining the Champions' team, currently enrolls as a student in Baxter Institute, much to everyone's joy (and Harry Osborn's dismay and objections).
    • Appearance: Visually based on her counterpart from Marvel Rising, and animated after the females in The Avengers: EMH!. Her Lightning Panther suit is a one-piece leotard version of her MCU and MR counterparts' battle suits added with a violet facial mask with the face of a panther.
  • White Wolf / Marcus Thompson
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Cameron Bowen
    • Biography: One of Flash Thompson's estranged younger half-brothers, and Shuri's closest friend. He became White Wolf after obtaining his own Vibranium suit after coming in contact with an ancient amulet which granted him enhanced strength and speed, and the abilities to communicate with canines (dogs, wolves, foxes, etc), and to let out supersonic wave howls. After he and Shuri joined the New Champions as their superhero alter-egos, Marcus and Shuri also enrolled as students in Baxter Institute. He is also a longtime friend of Liz Danvers Rogers since she saw him in his White Wolf costume one month before she became Starforce, and the two are revealed to be in their own romantic relationship, which they keep in secret from most of other heroes (except their parents and closest friends, including Peter Parker / Spider-Man and Mary Jane Watson / Tigra) until the last episode of Spider-Man's arc.
    • Appearance: Visually based on the character Kevin in Marvel Rising: Initiation, with green eyes. His White Wolf attire is a wolf-themed white variant of Black Panther's outfit in Ultimate Avengers 2, with short sleeves and red googles.
  • Speed / Jack Thompson
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Tara Strong
    • Biography: Flash Thompson's estranged second younger half-brother and a 9-year-old boy who developed the abilities of superhuman speed running and electricity absorption and manipulation from a serum containing Quicksilver's DNA combined with the ones of Oscorp's genetic electric eels extracted by the Jackal. Due to his estranged relationship with Flash, Jack and his second older brother Marcus prefer to live with their more loving cousin Jacqueline Falsworth. He idolizes other heroes like Spider-Man, and is very close friends with his classmate Cassie Lang, and the two appear to have hidden feelings for each other.
  • Nova / Leo Alexander
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Antony Del Rio
    • Biography: Miles' 13-year-old best friend and classmate who became a member of the Nova Corps after finding a Nova Corps helmet which once belonged to his father Jesse.
    • Appearance: The same as Sam Alexander in Ultimate Spider-Man Season 3 and 4, and animated after the males in The Avengers: EMH!.
  • Ironheart / Riri Davis Williams
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Skai Jackson
    • Biography: Miles' 12-year-old younger cousin, and a Bilderberg Academy student who operates her own prototype of Tony Stark's Iron Man suits. She was orphaned when her parents Aaron Davis and Ronnie Williams were killed during the Oscorp riot, and currently lives with Miles and his parents. She is best friends with Kamala Khan, Teresa Parker and Katrina Romanoff.
    • Appearance: The same as in Marvel Rising and Marvel's Spider-Man: Maximum Venom, but with the same hairstyle of Chloe Flan in Sabrina: The Animated Series.
  • Red Shadow / Katrina “Kat” Romanoff
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Tara Strong
    • Biography: Romanoff's 12-year-old long lost young daughter who was born one year after her mother graduated from her training in the Red Room and was raised by X-Man Colossus for her safety. In present day, after discovering that she shares her mother's willpower and abilities, Kat trained to become a new young vigilante called the Red Shadow. More recently, following the complete destruction of the Red Room agency, Kat now lives with her mother in a neighborhood of New York, and enrolls as a student in Bilderberg Academy. She is shown to be best friends with Kamala Khan, Teresa Parker and Riri Williams. Initially a solo-fighter (although she did occasionally assist heroes in their battles), she officially joined the New Champions during the fall of Midtown High School.
    • Appearance: Visually a pre-teenage variant of her mother. Her Red Shadow outfit is a red one piece leotard with a black waistband, a black mask and hood similar to the one worn by Hawkeye in Avengers: Endgame, a pair of long black boots and long red gloves and a black and red logo resembling the taichi symbol.
  • Dragonfire / Nadia Lang Van Dyne
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Natalie Lander
    • Biography: Scott Lang and Hope Van Dyne's 13-year-old daughter, Cassie's older sister and Gwen Stacy's older cousin, and a Bilderberg Academy student who operates as the superheroine Dragonfire since Oscorp's last surviving "Dragonfire" (a Pym Particle-powered genetic hybrid of Dragonfly and Firefly) fused with her body, granting her the abilities of Size-Shifting, Flight (when small, she produces organic wasp wings in her back), Size Addition, Pyrokinesis and Illumination. Despite having her powers, she initially kept them in secret until she overheard of Norman Osborn's growing insanity and, regarding how Osborn was responsible for certain disasters including her aunt's death, begun taking up her superhero alias.
    • Appearance: Visually a short-haired brunette with green eyes. Her Dragonfire costume is a one piece leotard version of her Earth-616 counterpart's Wasp suit with a mask which covers most of her face, except her eyes, mouth and hair.
  • Nocturnal
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Yuri Lowenthal
    • Biography: A 14-year-old native from Pegasus Z and a young Inhuman with owl-like appearance and attributes and the abilities of camouflage and to emit superhuman sound waves from his voice. He is one of Gamora's childhood friends, as they both helped each other control their powers when they were younger. He is shown to be in a relationship with Anya Banner Corazon / Araña.
    • Appearance: The same of his counterpart from Marvel's Spider-Man Season 2, and animated after the males in The Avengers: EMH!.
  • El Diablo
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Steve Blum (in a Spanish accent)
    • Biography: An altered, highly intelligent red Tyrannosaurus Rex who, due to exposure to Gamma Radiation fluids combined with Vibranium shards during World War II, became a immortal dinosaur with the abilities of Sonic Wave roar and Nuclear Breath. In more modern eras, he had begun wearing a special armor of technology from Stark Industries, the Kree Empire and the Chitauri. Initially a subject to Life Foundation scientists who found him in suspended animation in the underground of an abandoned military facility, he was later freed by the Guardians of the Galaxy and became a resident of Pegasus Z. He is also a loyal ally to Earth's superheroes (including Captain America, who was one of his war allies, and the Hulk) and the New Champions' guardian.
    • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Marvel: Earth-2, and animated after the males in The Avengers: EMH!.

Avengers

A group composed of Earth's Mightiest Heroes, who dedicate their lives protecting their world from several threats which no hero can fight alone.

  • Captain America / Steve Rogers
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Roger Craig Smith
    • Biography: The leader of the Avengers and a World War II veteran, who was enhanced to the peak of human physicality by an experimental serum and frozen in suspended animation before waking up in the modern world. Along with his iconic Vibranium Shield (which has been his main weapon since World War II), Rogers also wields a pair of special Wakandan gauntlets provided for him by the Wakandan Design Group in memory of king Azzuri. He is a mentor to Spider-Man and his friends, and is married to Carol Danvers, with whom he has a teenage daughter named Liz.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Unleashed.
  • Captain Marvel / Carol Danvers
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Jennifer Hale
    • Biography: An Avenger and U.S. Air Force pilot whose DNA was fused with that of Kree scientist Mar-Vell during an accident, which imbued her with the powers of superhuman strength, energy projection and flight. She is married to Steve Rogers and they have a teenage daughter named Liz.
    • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Marvel: Earth-2, and animated after her appearance in The Avengers: EMH!.
    • Goose
      • Voice Actor/Actress: N/A
      • Biography: A Flerken and Danvers' pet, with whom she has a symbiotic, psychic link. Also thanks to their symbiotic link, Goose (after replicating some bit of Danvers' powers) became able to shape-shift into a hulking feline beast with increased strength and the ability to liberate Photonic energy from her mouth.
      • Appearance: The same as in Avengers: Inhumans Unleashed.
  • Iron Man / Tony Stark
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Mick Wingert
    • Biography: The second-in-command and benefactor of the Avengers who is a self-described genius, billionaire, playboy, and philanthropist with electromechanical suits of armor of his own making. He is also a mentor to Peter Parker and his friends as well as the benefactor of Baxter Institute.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Unleashed.
  • Thor
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Travis Willingham
    • Biography: An Avenger and the former crown prince of the destroyed world of Asgard, based on the Norse mythological deity of the same name. While he works on battling crime and potential threats on Earth, Thor also spends his time overseeing and looking after Asgard's refugees who are taking shelter on Earth. He and Groot are also the creators of Pegasus Z, a paradise island created for homeless Mutants and Inhumans to be their safe haven. He had lost his right eye during a battle against Dark Elf Algrim / Kurse. During the events of season 2, he earns the powerful Uru sword Twilight, which once belonged to his father Odin.
    • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Marvel: Earth-2, and animated after his appearance in The Avengers: EMH!.
  • Black Panther / T'Challa
    • Voice Actor/Actress: James C. Mathis III
    • Biography: An Avenger and the king of the African nation of Wakanda, who gained his enhanced strength by ingesting the Heart-Shaped Herb.
    • Appearance: Based on Chadwick Boseman's character in the MCU, and animated after his appearance in The Avengers: EMH!.
  • Phantom Tiger / Aamir
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Eric Bauza
    • Biography: An expanded member of the Avengers and a 21-year-old Inhuman tribesman and shaman who can communicate with wild life, mimic the abilities of animals (most commonly tigers) and summon astral projections of tigers. He was also trained in the arts of Tae Kwon Do by his father Yusuf and is armed with his Vibranium Tomahawk and astral bow.
    • Appearance: Visually based on Aamir Khan in the Earth-616 comics, but a bit more muscular. His Phantom Tiger outfit is based on the one worn by Nightwolf in Mortal Kombat 11, but shirtless and with red tattoos based on tiger stripes in his arms and face.
  • Redhawk / Katherine "Kate" Bishop
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Ali Hillis
    • Biography: An expanded member of the Avengers, she is a 20-year-old skilled archer, sword-master and paragliding champion who was orphaned by the raid of a Kree squad in Oscorp when she was 6-years-old. Like Peter Parker and his friends, Kate blames the death of her parents on Osborn. Most currently, she battles crimes as Redhawk armed with her Adamantium sword, her trick arrows and technologic bow, and equipped with a advanced Vibranium pod of Stark Technology which provides her with virtual glasses and wings. She is also in a romantic relationship with Phantom Tiger and has a telepathic link with her pet hawk Maverick. She is currently enrolled at S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy along with Cameron Potts Stark / Lightyear and others.
    • Appearance: Visually the same of her Earth-616 counterpart, and animated after the females in The Avengers: EMH!. Her Redhawk suit is a red two piece leotard version of her Hawkeye purple costume.
    • Maverick
      • Voice Actor/Actress: N/A
      • Biography: An Inhuman red-tailed hawk with enhanced strength and speed and the ability to burst in flames and convert any projectile into a Pyrokinetic/Volcanic bomb. He is Kate's pet and sidekick, with whom she has been telepathically linked with since her childhood.
      • Appearance: The same of any regular red-tailed hawk.
  • Ant-Man / Scott Lang
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Josh Keaton
    • Biography: An Avenger and former petty criminal who acquired a suit which allows him to shrink or grow in scale while also increasing in strength.
    • Appearance: The same as in The Avengers: EMH!, but with his armor from Ant-Man and the Wasp.
  • Black Widow / Natasha Romanoff
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Laura Bailey
    • Biography: An Avenger and highly trained spy working for S.H.I.E.L.D.. She is also a former member of the Winter Guard.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Unleashed, added with a black mask which covers her mouth and nose, and a pair of red googles.
  • Rescue / Virginia "Pepper" Potts
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Kate Higgins
    • Biography: Tony Stark's wife, Cameron's mother, and a senior executive at Stark Industries. She also wears a weaponized powered exosuit of armor made for her by Stark, designated by her as the Rescue armor. A genuine mother-figure to the young heroines (including Peter Parker's sister Teresa), Potts is also the headmaster of Bilderberg Academy.
    • Appearance: Visually the same as in Avengers: EHM!, but with longer hair. Her Rescue is based on the one seen in Avengers: Endgame.
  • Wasp / Hope Van Dyne
  • Ronin / Clint Barton
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Troy Baker
    • Biography: An Avenger and master archer who previously worked as an agent for S.H.I.E.L.D. as Hawkeye until he became a solo fighter on the name of Ronin, a ninja-like vigilante with a Adamantium katana blade, but still retains with arrows and bow.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers: Endgame.
  • Crystal
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Kari Wahlgren
    • Biography: An Avenger, the Princess of Attilan and the second youngest member of the Inhuman Royal Family, who has the ability to control the elements of Earth, Wind, Fir, Water, Ice and Electricity. She has a telepathic link with her pet dog and loyal companion Lockjaw.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Unleashed.
    • Lockjaw
      • Voice Actor/Actress: N/A
      • Biography: Crystal's 2,000-pound (910 kg) canine companion and an Inhuman dog with the teleportation power (as well as other abilities) who serves the Inhuman Royal Family as their escort and as a loyal protector.
      • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Unleashed.
  • Hulk / Bruce Banner
    • Voice Actor/Actress: George Newbern
    • Biography: An Avenger and genius scientist who, because of exposure to Gamma radiation, typically transforms into a monster when enraged or agitated. After a duplicator ray machine caused Banner and Hulk to be separated in individual bodies, Hulk went into hiding while Banner ended up living a life with his wife Sofia Corazon and their daughter Anya until mercenaries under General Ross’ orders implanted a bomb on their house, killing Sofia and severely injuring Banner, leaving only Anya alive. On the brink of death, Banner (with help from Black Widow) had his mind and body swapped with those of the Hulk with a mind machine he built so that Banner could expose Ross for his actions and look after Skaar (Hulk's son with Sakaarian gladiator Caiera) and Anya while Hulk would die a free monster. 10 years later, Banner (still adopting the Hulk alias) now continues living his life of as a superhero and as a father to Anya and Skaar. He is also a teacher in Baxter Institute.
    • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Marvel: Earth-2, and animated after his appearance in The Avengers: EMH!.

Guardians of the Galaxy

A group composed of space adventurers and heroes who protect Earth and other planets from random threats such as Kree Empire forces led by Ronan the Accuser.

  • Star-Lord / Nathan “Nate” Quill
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Scott Menville
    • Biography: The 16-year-old leader of the Guardians and a Baxter Institute student who ended up infused with the energies of an alien gemstone given to him by his deceased father which grants him a symbiotic link with a special star-shaped emblem of alien technology which provides him an special space suit, granting him interstellar abilities (flight, elemental manipulation (Earth, Wind, Fire and Water) and sword and shield astral construct projection) and allowing him to summon a highly advanced starship. He is also a friend of Peter Parker and keeper of his identity of Spider-Man, as well as a member of the New Champions. His suit comes from the Star emblem, which can be activated once Nate puts it in his chest. He also has a telepathic link with cosmic-powered bulldog Drax the Destroyer. He also has a passion for music, as he is shown hearing some in his Zune during his adventures.
    • Appearance: Visually a green eyed, short haired brunette. His Star-Lord armor is the same as in Ultimate Marvel: Earth-2.
  • Gamora / Zoe Gillan
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Laura Bailey
    • Biography: The 15-year-old second-in-command of the Guardians, a member of the New Champions and a teenage Chameliel, an alien shapeshifter with superhuman strength and agility, wall-crawling, enhanced leaping and an accelerated healing factor. She is also a master martial artist and talented weapon expert. As a very young child (around 4-years-old), she was rocketed away from her home planet by her parents during a civil war they did not want her to take part in. Taking shelter on Earth, she took the shape of a human girl and started a life with the Gillan family, earning the name Zoe. As she got older along the way, she became inspired by the actions of Earth's superheroes and became one herself while using her real name Gamora as her superhero code-name. She later became one of Peter Parker's friends, joined the Baxter Institute as a top student and fell in love with Nathan Quill, with whom she is now romantically paired with and who occasionally calls her "Zoey". She is also shown to share Nate's passion for music, and mostly dances with him when hearing romantic songs. In battle, Gamora wields (as her primary weapon) the Twilight Talon, a alien sword with the capability to absorb and redirect energy which she found stored in her escape pod by her parents for future protection.
    • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Marvel: Earth-2, and animated after the females in The Avengers: EMH!. The Twilight Talon resembles Excalibur in Arthurian mythology.
  • Drax the Destroyer
    • Voice Actor/Actress: N/A
    • Biography: Once a regular bulldog who was selected as the pilot of an experimental NASA space capsule during the space race and was set to be the first dog in space, a crack in the ship's hull created an explosion which hurled Drax towards a radioactive energy imbalance. As a result, he became able to transform into a feral alien beast with the abilities of increased strength, teleportation and to shoot nuclear energy from his mouth. Two years later, he was soon found and retrieved by Nathan Quill during his first adventure in space as Star-Lord. Therefore, Drax became his loyal companion after they developed a telepathic link. Despite his somewhat hostile, aggressive nature, he is also very friendly to Nathan's friends, including Gamora and Spider-Man. He later became a member of the Guardians.
    • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Marvel: Earth-2, and animated after the males in The Avengers: EMH!.
  • Rocket Raccoon / Sebastian Allan
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Troy Baker
    • Biography: An army sergeant and top engineer who was killed during a battle with Hydra in World War II. It was also revealed that Arnim Zola and Red Skull had also transferred sergeant Allan's mind and consciousness into a super-computer for his future experiments. After learning of this, Star-Lord and Gamora managed to sneak into the Jackal's lab within Midtown High School and retrieve the flash-drive containing Allan's consciousness and transferred it into Mech-89P13, a android body resembling a anthropomorphic raccoon and composed of Kree technology, also earning the advanced abilities of a robot/machine, such as Technopathy, increased strength and durability, and shape-shifting into a small, but unstoppable rocket. Allan adopted the alter-ego of Rocket Raccoon and became a member of the Guardians.
    • Appearance: His human form (seen only in flashbacks) is based on Andrew Garfield's portrayal of Desmond Doss in Hacksaw Ridge. His Rocket Raccoon form is based on Chris Cooper’s version in Ultimate Marvel: Earth-2.
  • Groot
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Travis Willingham
    • Biography: A member of the Guardians and a tree-like humanoid alien and survivor of Asgard. He is Thor's closest friend and once proved himself worthy of wielding Mjolnir. He was given the Uru sword Stormbreaker, which has similar attributes and capabilities to those of Mjolnir. He is also a mentor and friend to Spider-Man and his friends, who are able to understand his native language (on which Groot is only heard saying "I am Groot.", although it actually has other meanings). He and Thor are also the creators of Pegasus Z.
    • Appearance: Based on Vin Diesel's character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Stormbreaker is visually a smaller version of the Double-Edged Sword wielded by Thanos in Avengers: Endgame.
  • Nebula
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Erica Lindbeck
    • Biography: Gamora's 25-year-old biological older cousin, and a Chameliel who was cybernetically modified and enhanced after being critically injured during the civil war in Zen-Whoberi, which led to her uncle and aunt to rocket Gamora away to Earth for her safety. Years later, Nebula eventually reunited with a grown up Gamora and, after stopping Ronan from destroying their planet, joined the Guardians of the Galaxy, as she states to have no one else in the family but Gamora, and wherever her cousin is, she is home. While approving her cousin's romance with Nathan Quill, Nebula begun forming her own relationship with Groot. Along with Gamora's same powers and abilities, Nebula can also manipulate technology and magnetic fields, fire concussive beams from her cyborg eye and wields a pair of nanotech bracelets which are tightened in her arms and can summon any weapon she thinks of (most commonly two double-chained blades).
    • Appearance: Visually based on Karen Gillan's character in the MCU, but added with a red cyborg eye for her right eye, a human left red eye, and a long straight dark blue hair with white bangs. She also sports a barefoot black one-piece leotard with a pair of silver bracelets in her arms.
  • Mantis
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Jessica DiCicco
    • Biography: A naive but innocent, native alien girl with the abilities of Empathy, Astral Projection, Superhuman Leaping, Healing Factor and Plant Manipulation. Initially, she was an outcast on her home-planet of D'Bari IV because of her fear of being treated by the residing D'Bari as a freak due to her being born "unnaturally" and not like other aliens were; it was revealed that she was born from a sentient plant which absorbed an dying female Skrull's body. However, she developed a more social behavior when the Guardians showed sympathy to her. Later on, she became a member of the Guardians after helping defeat the Phalanx.
    • Appearance: Visually a pre-teenaged variant of Pom Klementieff's character in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and Avengers: Infinity War, but with Medusa's eye design in Avengers: Black Panther's Quest and pointed, elven ears. She wears a barefoot two-piece dark green leotard, a leaf-made wristlet in her left arm and a blue flower in her hair.
  • Cougar
    • Voice Actor/Actress: N/A
    • Biography: A male Flerken and Gamora's childhood friend (and currently pet) whom she is symbiotically and telepathically linked with. Due to his link with Gamora, Cougar was given the ability to shape-shift into the form of two different "Super-Cats", double-sized hybrids of known wild felines on Earth: a Lion-Tiger which can breathe fire and a Cheetah-Linx which can manipulate electricity.
    • Appearance: Visually based on a Siamese cat. His Lion-Tiger form is a large feline with Lion mane and Tiger stripes. His Cheetah-Linx form is that of a large Linx with Cheetah-colored fur.
  • Eros the Star Fox
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Sean Astin
    • Biography: An extraterrestrial adventurer from Titan and a anthropomorphic male red fox with flight, superhuman strength, speed, stamina and durability, and the abilities to liberate solar energy from mouth and psychically control the emotions of others. He is a close friend to the Guardians of the Galaxy, and eventually joined them as an official member when they offered him a new home on Earth.
    • Appearance: The same of a regular red fox, with green eyes. He wears a silver necklace with golden star gems in it.
  • Yondu Udonta
    • Voice Actor/Actress: William Salyers
    • Biography: Nathan's mentor, and a blue-skinned Centaurian bounty hunter. A master weapon expert, Yondu's primary weapon is a self-propelled arrow which he can control through whistling. Like Nathan and Zoe, Yondu also enjoys Earth's songs, although he prefers the "classic style" songs (songs from the 80's).
    • Appearance: Based on Michael Rooker's character in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.

Supporting Characters

Individual

  • Human Torch / Jim Hammond
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Jason Marsden
    • Biography: A World War II soldier whose original body was disintegrated and his consciousness was absorbed by Red Skull's Neuro-Cortex gun until his consciousness was transferred to the body of a android clone of Johnny Storm created by Yon-Rogg. He is an ally to Earth's superheroes, and a brother-figure to Firestar.
    • Appearance: His human form is based on Chris Pratt's portrayal of Star-Lord in the MCU. His Human Torch form is similar to Firelord in The Avengers: EMH! episode "Avengers Assemble", with golden eyes.
  • She-Hulk / Jennifer "Jen" Walters
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Grey DeLisle
    • Biography: Banner's cousin, who gained superpowers after receiving a blood transfusion from him following an accident. She is also Ben Grimm's wife, with whom she has a daughter named Daisy.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Unleashed.
  • Golden Jaguar / Felicia Hardy
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Ashly Burch
    • Biography: One of Peter Parker's friends and a 16-year-old young Inhuman with enhanced physical strength and speed, expert Martial arts skills and the ability to shapeshift into a pantanal jaguar with the ability to absorb and redirect energy into concussive blasts which she can fire from her mouth. She also wields a pair of wrist blades during hand-to-hand confrontations. She lives with her mother in a house at Attilan, and occasionally visits the Glorian's palace in Pegasus Z to attend to his art lessons. Felicia is also a close friend to the rest of the New Champions, S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy trainees (particularly Sally Avril / Snow Leopard) and Guardians of the Galaxy, and a occasional protegee of the Avengers.
    • Appearance: Visually a long blond-haired teen with green eyes. Her costume is a one-piece jumpsuit with a jaguar-colored top and black pants, and a facial white mask with a white hood.
  • Red Lynx / Lana Durand Rose
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Kate Higgins
    • Biography: An 15-year-old orphaned young masked vigilante who earned her wild cat-based powers (including enhanced strength and speed on par with Spider-Man, sound wave roar and night vision) after exposing herself to a serum containing feline DNA and Vibranium-powered particles. She is Harry Osborn's maternal niece, but she has also been resentful of him because his mother (and her maternal aunt) Emily blamed Lana for her own mother's death (caused after childbirth). As Red Lynx, Lana sports a Vibranium nanosuit with a bo-staff, a katana sword and claw gauntlets. Most currently, Lana lives in New York with her paternal uncle and more loving aunt (who are coincidentally residing next to the Romanoff's residence), and currently enrolls at Bilderberg Academy as a student.
    • Appearance: Visually a long blond-haired blue eyed girl. Her Red Lynx suit is a two piece red leotard, long red boots with violet rings in the top, fingerless long gloves and a red mask covering her mouth.
  • Shang-Chi
    • Voice Actor/Actress: James Sie
    • Biography: An immortal samurai and master in the ancient arts of Kung Fu. He is also a secret teacher of Peter Parker and his friends, and trained them in Martial Arts during their first month as superheroes. He is also the grandmaster of the K'un-L'un Academy, a Shaolin Kung Fu school where the Dragon Society warriors train.
    • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Marvel: Earth-2.
  • Demolition Fist / Flint Marko
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Travis Willingham
    • Biography: A construction worker who ended up in possession of the Hulk's former Sakaarian gladiator armor set and war-hammer, which bonded to him after Hercules' fight against a squadron of Kree soldiers. The armor (which duplicated and contained some bits of Hulk's Gamma DNA) enhanced Marko, imbuing him with tremendous strength and stamina. He now operates as the superhero Demolition Fist. He is shown to be resentful of Hercules, whom he blames for his wife's death during his standoff against the Kree soldiers.
    • Appearance: A shirtless variant of Flint Marko in the recent Spider-Man shows, added with the Hulk's armor set from Planet Hulk and World War Hulk.
  • Mar-Vell
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Christopher Daniel Barnes
    • Biography: Ann-Gell's father and a renegade Kree captain who is friends with Danvers. He died saving his daughter from getting killed by Yon-Rogg, and his death caused the pure-blood members of the Kree Empire to become public enemies to the galaxy, since Mar-Vell was the Kree Empire's only peacekeeper.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Unleashed.
  • Cloud 9
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Hynden Walch
    • Biography: A genetically-modified metahuman girl created by Marla Madison with the DNA of deceased Air Force pilot Abigail "Abby" Boylen combined with the one of Annabelle Brady, and energy extracted from a alien crystal powered by the element of Air, allowing her the abilities to fly, conjure wind and tornados and create and generate artificial, solid clouds. Initially meant to be a replacement for Dr. Madison's deceased daughter and a living weapon of Oscorp, she was freed by Starforce and Wave to insure she would forge her own destiny. Inspired by the heroes' actions, the clone reinvented herself as Cloud 9 and begun acting as a superheroine under the Avengers and New Champions' wings. Like most homeless Mutants and Inhumans, Cloud 9 currently resides in Pegasus Z, sharing a place with Snow Leopard, and with Firestar, Wave, Lightning Panther and Quake occasionally visiting her.
    • Appearance: Visually the same of Annabelle Brady (see her description bellow). Her suit is a barefoot one-piece violet leotard with a white wind emblem in the chest place.
  • Power Man / Luke Cage
    • Voice Actor/Actress: James C. Mathis III
    • Biography: Michelle's father and a professional boxer who, due to exposure to an Oscorp formula's explosion during the Kree's attack on the facility Kate Bishop's parents died, earned superhuman strength, unbreakable skin and immunity to hypnosis and mind control. A close ally to superheroes, Luke is also strongly supportive to his daughter's love for science and swimming, and carries a high grudge and distrust for Norman Osborn, whom he blames for his and Michelle's conditions.
    • Appearance: Based on Mike Colter's character in Netflix's MCU TV series, and sporting his second outfit from the Ultimate Spider-Man series
  • Moonstone / Jessica Jones
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Kimberly Brooks
    • Biography: Michelle's mother, Luke's wife and a private investigator who, due to exposure to an Kree relic she investigated on Life Foundation, earned the abilities of flight, phasing and the ability to manipulate photonic energy, allowing her to fire concussive beams and conjure an aura which changes her hair color. Like her husband, she is a close ally to superheroes, and also strongly supportive to his daughter's love for science and swimming, and carries a high grudge and distrust for Norman Osborn, whom she blames for the conditions of her husband and daughter.
    • Appearance: Based on Krysten Ritter's character in Netflix's MCU TV series, but with green eyes. As Moonstone, she sports her Jewel costume and violet hair and wears blue googles.
  • White Tiger / Ava Ayala
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Caitlyn Taylor Love
    • Biography: Mary Jane's 18-year-old older half-sister who is also a human/Titanian Tiger hybrid and a daughter of Soto with Indian woman Maya Ayala. Her powers are the same as Tigra's. Unlike Mary Jane, who discovered her powers in her teenage years and whose form is based on that of a Bengal tiger, Ava discovered her own when she was 12 years old and her form is based on that of a white tiger.
    • Appearance: Her human form is the same as in the Ultimate Spider-Man TV show and animated after the females in The Avengers: EMH!. Her White Tiger form is a White Tiger variant of Tigra in the comics. Her outfit is a black two-piece leotard with a pair of red laces in her legs and arms. She also has a necklace based on the White Tiger Amulet.
  • Midgard Enchantress / Jane Foster
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Catherine Taber
    • Biography: Thor's wife, and a half human, half Asgardian sorceress, daughter of a human scientist and one of the Asgardian sorceresses.
    • Appearance: The same as her counterpart from Ultimate Marvel: Earth-2, and animated after her appearance in The Avengers: EHM!.
  • Winter Soldier / James "Bucky" Rogers
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Troy Baker
    • Biography: An enhanced soldier and Rogers' older brother who reemerged as a knight with ice abilities after being thought to have been killed in action during World War II, until it was revealed he was in frozen suspended animation and revived and enhanced by the Ice Elves. Along with enhanced strength and speed, Bucky also wields a Asgardian rapier sword based of components from ancient Frost Giant weapons. Despite his long absence, he soon reunited with his brother and resumed to live a life on modern world both as a citizen and a superhero. He is also a teacher and trainer at S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy.
    • Appearance: Based on Sebastian Stan's character in the MCU, but with his both arms. His Winter Soldier suit is a white and blue variant of the costume worn in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, with a silver knight helmet and a ice armor piece for the left arm.
  • Soto
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Travis Willingham
    • Biography: Mary Jane's biological father and the chief of the Titanian Tigers, a tribe of alien humanoid tigers who were once banished from their home world of Titan by Thanos decades ago. He is a long time war ally to the Fantastic Four and the people of Wakanda (including their king T'Challa) and, like Mary Watson, also approves his daughter's relationship with Peter Parker.
    • Appearance: His true form consists on being a muscular hulking humanoid tiger with green eyes. He also wears black pants with a silver belt and a pair of golden bracelets.
  • Singularity / Maxine Joan
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Alyson Stoner
    • Biography: A shy and insecure teenage girl who ended up exposed to the radiation of unstable prototype duplicates of the Infinity Stones and became an powerful extraterrestrial entity with abilities associated to the Stones; those including increased strength, durability and concussive energy blasts (Power Stone), flight, teleportation, phasing and telekinesis (Space Stone), illusion crafting and self-replication (Reality Stone), soul tracking and regeneration (Soul Stone), increased speed and Time freezing (Time Stone) and telepathy and increased intellect (Mind Stone). First having occasional, silent appearances in some regular episodes of Season 1's main arcs, where she was shown collecting the duplicates of the Infinity Stones (Mind in “Living Brainstorm”, Space in “The Flerken Sleeps Tonight”, Soul in “The Exorcism of Natasha Romanoff”, Power in “The World I Knew”, Time in “Family Comes First”, and Reality in “Vibranium Blood”), she has a expended, central role in the Infinity arc.
    • Appearance: Her human form is a brunette with light cyan eyes. Her Singularity form is based on the same-name character from the A-Force comics, with straight long hair.
  • Cloak / Tyrone Johnson and Dagger / Tandy Bowen
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Ogie Banks (Cloak) and Tara Strong (Dagger)
    • Biography: Two Inhuman teenagers whose power is greater when they are together; Cloak is capable of teleporting in a shroud of Darkforce energy whereas Dagger can generate dagger-like constructs out of Lightforce energy which can also be used to deal wounds and diseases. They primarily reside in Attilan like a majorly of the Inhumans, but they also spend time on Earth socializing with humans and undergoing superhero activities. They are close comrades to Spider-Man and his friends.
    • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man Seasons 3 and 4, and animated after the characters in The Avengers: EMH!.
  • May Reilly
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Jennifer Hale
    • Biography: Peter's aunt and legal guardian, who is aware of and supportive of his double life as a student and as Spider-Man.
    • Appearance: Based on Marisa Tomei's character in the MCU, with blue eyes.
  • Disha Khan
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Erica Lindbeck
    • Biography: Kamala's mother, who is aware of and supportive of her daughter's double life as a student and as Ms. Marvel. She is shown to be friends with Aunt May, with whom she occasionally shares cooking recipes.
    • Appearance: An older variant of her daughter, with brown eyes.
  • Bonnie Quill
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Katie Leigh
    • Biography: Nathan's 6-year-old younger sister. She strongly loves her brother and his friends, including his girlfriend Zoe / Gamora, who treats Bonnie well like a little sister.
    • Appearance: Visually based on Morgan Stark in Avengers: Endgame, with blue eyes.
  • Meredith Quill
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Misty Lee
    • Biography: Nathan's mother, who (much like Aunt May for Peter Parker) is aware of and supportive of his double life as a student and as Star-Lord. She also approves her son's relationship with Zoe / Gamora, and is good friends with Aunt May.
    • Appearance: Based on Laura Haddock's character in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
  • Ellie Gillan
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Gwendoline Yeo
    • Biography: Zoe's adoptive mother. She is good friends with Aunt May and Meredith.
    • Appearance: Based on actress Jennifer Connelly's portrayal of Betty Ross in Ang Lee's Hulk.
  • Dinah Gillan
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Tara Strong
    • Biography: Zoe's 16-year-old adoptive older sister. A keeper of superheroes' identities, she is also a friend and classmate of Liz Danvers Rogers as well as the class vice-president of Bilderberg Academy.
    • Appearance: A younger variant of her mother, added with with round glasses.
  • Azari
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Katie Leigh
    • Biography: T'Challa's 6-year-old son and a the crown prince of Wakanda.
    • Appearance: A younger version of his Earth-555326 counterpart.
  • Danielle Cage Jones
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Tara Strong
    • Biography: Michelle's 2-year-old infant sister, and Luke and Jessica's younger daughter.
    • Appearance: The same of her Earth-616 counterpart from the comics as a baby.
  • Glorian
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Robin Atkin Downes
    • Biography: An Asgardian Inhuman and a master craftsman residing in a palace in Pegasus Z. He welcomes orphaned and homeless Mutants and Inhumans to his palace, and occasionally gives them art lessons.
    • Appearance: Based on his appearance in Avengers Assemble.
  • Annabelle "Anna" Brady
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Hynden Walch
    • Biography: One of Liz Danvers Rogers' classmates in the Bilderberg Academy, and the school's reporter. She was initially a student in Midtown High School until she left following a failed interview with Peter Parker about Baxter Institute which was interrupted by Flash Thompson and J. Jonah Jameson. She is a dedicated fan of superheroes (including Spider-Man and his friends as well as the Avengers).
    • Appearance: Visually a long, blond haired teen with violet eyes. She is often shown wearing superhero-based outfits, such as a blue shirt with a heart-shaped Spider-Man face (similar to the one worn by Mary Jane Watson in the comics and in Lego Marvel Super Heroes) with a red skirt with Iron Man's logo in the wrist, a cheerleader uniform with details of Captain America's uniform, and a Captain Marvel cosplay costume.
  • Heimdall
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Ike Amadi
    • Biography: The all-seeing, all-hearing Asgardian sentry of (formerly) the Bifrost Bridge in Asgard who is now the sentry of the cosmic gateway to Pegasus Z, based on the Norse mythological deity of the same name.
    • Appearance: Based on Idris Elba's character in the MCU.
  • Anna Maria Marconi
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Katrina Kemp
    • Biography: The dwarfish chemistry teacher at Bilderberg Academy and Pepper Potts' personal assistant and informant.
    • Appearance: Based on her looks in Marvel's Spider-Man, and animated after the characters in The Avengers: EMH!.
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Fantastic Four

A crew of astronauts and outer space explorers who developed their powers following a freak accident in space. They soon became another team of the World's greatest heroes, with the purpose of protecting the innocents from random threats which come by and working to maintain peace with other worlds and keep their surrogate family together.

  • Mr. Fantastic / Dr. Reed Richards
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Alan Tudyk
    • Biography: The leader of the Fantastic Four who has the ability to stretch his body into different forms and lengths. He is one of Peter Parker's idols and mentors and the headmaster of the Baxter Institute, an advanced high school of science and technology for young gifted geniuses.
    • Appearance: The same as in The Avengers: EHM!.
  • Invisible Woman / Susan Storm
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Catherine Taber
    • Biography: The second-in-command of the Fantastic Four and Richards' wife, who has the ability to create and manipulate light, allowing her to create protective force-fields and turn herself and other objects and people invisible. She acts as a mother-figure for Peter Parker, and is a top teacher in the Baxter Institute as well as a benefactor and guest teacher of Bilderberg Academy.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Unleashed.
  • Human Torch / Johnny Storm
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Max Mittelman
    • Biography: The youngest member of the Fantastic Four and Susan's 25 year-old younger brother, who has the ability to mentally create and manipulate fire and fly.
    • Appearance: The same as in The Avengers: EHM!.
  • The Thing / Ben Grimm
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Dave Boat
    • Biography: Richard's best friend and the "muscle man" and pilot of the Fantastic Four, whose body became stone while granting him superhuman strength and durability which match those of the Hulk.
    • Appearance: The same as in The Avengers: EHM!.
  • H.E.R.B.I.E.
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Laura Bailey
    • Biography: The Fantastic Four's robotic assistant. He is also a assistant teacher in Baxter Institute, and would follow Susan Storm in her teacher schedules.
    • Appearance: The same as in The Avengers: EHM!.

X-Men

A group of heroic Mutants who seek to protect the world from random threats while fighting to preserve peace between humanity and the Mutant race.

  • Wolverine / James “Logan” Howlett
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Steve Blum
    • Biography: A member of the X-Men and a Canadian mutant born with hyper-acute, animal-like senses, claws on his hands, and an accelerated healing factor which made it possible to implant a coating of the indestructible metal alloy Adamantium on his skeleton.
    • Appearance: The same as in Wolverine and the X-Men
  • Jean Grey
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Erica Lindbeck
    • Biography: A member of the X-Men and a powerful mutant with Telekinesis and Telepathy, and a teacher at Xavier's Institute.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Unleashed.
  • Storm / Ororo Munroe
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Gina Torres
    • Biography: A member of the X-Men, T'Challa's wife and queen of Wakanda. She is an African Mutant with the ability to manipulate and harness weather at will.
    • Appearance: Based on her appearance in Wolverine and the X-Men, with a one-piece leotard version of her costume.
  • Professor X / Charles Xavier
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Tom Kane
    • Biography: A mutant pacifist and the world's most powerful telepath. He is also a founder of Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters, and leader of the X-Men.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Unleashed.
  • Cyclops / Scott Summers
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Troy Baker
    • Biography: Jean's fiance and a teacher at Xavier's Institute, he is a Mutant capable of firing uncontrollable beams of concussive force from his eyes and wears a red visor (while in his X-Men uniform) and a pair of sunglasses (in casual clothing) to control them.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Unleashed.
  • Iceman / Bobby Drake
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Greg Cipes
    • Biography: A 16-year-old young mutant with the ability to generate and manipulate ice and cold. He has a mutual crush on Ann-Gell / Firestar.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Unleashed.
  • Colossus / Piotr Rasputin
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Matthew Mercer
    • Biography: A Russian X-Man with the mutant ability to transform his entire body into organic steel. He is also a member of the Winter Guard, and a long time ally to Black Widow, who entrusted him to look after her daughter Katrina until the day she was ready.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Unleashed.
  • Shadowcat / Katherine "Kitty" Pryde
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Hynden Walch
    • Biography: Mary Jane's younger cousin, one of Peter Parker's friends and a student and the hall monitor of Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters, Kitty is a young mutant with the abilities to phase through matter and walk through solid objects (she can also fuse with and hide within the shadows of other living beings and subjects with this power) and shape-shift into a humanoid Lynx with increased strength and speed and communicate with felines (both domestic and wild cats).
    • Appearance: The same of her counterpart from Ultimate Marvel: Earth-2, and animated after the characters in Avengers: EMH!.
  • Beast / Dr. Hank McCoy
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Travis Willingham
    • Biography: A mutant with leonine attributes, prehensile feet and superhuman physical abilities. Hank acts as a teacher in Xavier's school and he builds inventions for troubled students and is the builder of the X-Jet. He is also a teacher in Baxter Institute.
    • Appearance: The same of his counterpart from Ultimate Marvel: Earth-2, and animated after the characters in Avengers: EMH!.

Dragon Society

A group of young masters in Martial Arts who trained under Shang-Chi's tutelage. They are close friends and allies to the New Champions.

  • Daredevil / Matt Murdock
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Roger Craig Smith
    • Biography: A 18-year-old teenager who was rendered blind as a youth in an accident with bio-waste which drastically heightened his remaining senses and gave him a "sonar-sense", which allowed him to perceive his surroundings, and makes a silent promise with his father to "stick up for the long shots". His father was killed not long after and at that moment, he vowed to seek justice. Training under Shang-Chi's tutelage, Matt grew up to become Daredevil, one of Shang-Chi's most praised students.
    • Appearance: Visually a teenaged variant of his comic book counterparts. His Daredevil costume is a fully red, crimson variant of the suit worn by Kenshi in Mortal Kombat X.
  • Iron Fist / Danny Rand
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Greg Cipes
    • Biography: A Buddhist monk and martial artist proficient in Kung-Fu, with the ability to call upon the mystical power of the Iron Fist. Orphaned at young age after a plane crash accident, he was raised and trained by Shang-Chi before starting his training in K'un-L'un Academy. Along with his fists, Iron Fist also wields a pair of nunchucks in battle.
    • Appearance: Visually based on his appearance in Ultimate Spider-Man. As Iron Fist, he is bare-footed and shirtless, has his comic book dragon tattoo in his chest, and sports long green pants with a golden fabric belt.
  • White Fox / Colleen Wing
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Kari Wahlgren
    • Biography: Danny Rand's closest partner and lover, and a young, highly trained samurai who can communicate with foxes.
    • Appearance: Visually a younger variant of Jessica Henwick's character in Netflix's Iron Fist TV Series. She sports a white jumpsuit similar to the one she wore in the comics, but without the sleeves.
  • Silk / Cindy Moon
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Stephanie Sheh
    • Biography: A young Inhuman who developed spider-powers after being bitten by the same radioactive spider which bit Peter Parker. Her spider-powers were greatly upgraded by her Inhuman DNA, which enabled her to produce organic webs, draw out stingers from her arms, and use Miles Morales' unique abilities to camouflage and use Venom Strike. Orphaned by the Oscorp riot, Cindy was taken in to become one of Shang-Chi's students. She is best friends with Colleen Wing / White Fox, whom she was at first rivals with until they bonded and (as Shang-Chi commented) "became sisters.". Along with her spider abilities and Kung Fu techniques, Silk also wields a pair of bladed fans (similar to the ones wielded by Kitana in the Mortal Kombat franchise).
    • Appearance: Visually the same as in the comics, and sporting a one-piece leotard of her comic book current suit. Additionally, in her Silk persona, she changes her eyes from human green to demonic red and summons a spider tattoo in her forehead.
  • Silver Samurai / Tadashi Hamada
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Eric Bauza
    • Biography: A young scientific genius from Japan who became a samurai after training in Martial Arts with Shang-Chi and building a nanosuit armor with a Adamantium katana.
    • Appearance: Based on his counterpart from the 2014 Big Hero 6 animated film. His Silver Samurai attire is a silver bodysuit with platinum armor shoulder pieces.
  • Lin Lie the Sword Master
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Matthew Yang King
    • Biography: One of Shang-Chi's most recent students and the last descendant of Fuxi who received his ancestor's ancient sword, which has mysterious magical powers.
    • Appearance: The same as in Marvel: Future Fight and animated after the males in the show.

Winter Guard

A group composed of Russia's own superheroes. Despite having disbanded following Radioactive Man's sacrifice, they reassembled again following the Red Shadow's actions.

  • Red Guardian / Alexei Shostakov
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Steve Blum
    • Biography: The leader of the Winter Guard, and Captain America's Russian counterpart. Despite overweight since the Winter Guard disbanded, he is a formidable warrior like Captain America.
    • Appearance: The same as in the comics in flashbacks. His current looks resemble David Harbour's character in the 2020 Black Widow film.
  • Darkstar / Laynia Petrovna
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Jennifer Hale
    • Biography: A member of the Winter Guard with the abilities of flight and Darkforce manipulation.
    • Appearance: The same as in the comics.
  • Ursa Major / Mikhail Ursus
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Nolan North
    • Biography: A member of the Winter Guard with the ability to shapeshift into a grizzly bear with superhuman strength and durability.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Assemble, but with the animation of The Avengers: EMH!.

Masters of the Mystic Arts

Highly trained sorcerers who are committed to protecting the Earth from mystical threats.

  • Doctor Stephen Strange
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Marc Worden
    • Biography: A former neurosurgeon who, after a horrific car accident which led him to a journey of healing, discovered the hidden world of magic and alternate dimensions, and became a Master of the Mystic Arts, by which he earned the title of Sorcerer Supreme after defeating Dormammu. Having been the Sorcerer Supreme since the middle of Victorian Era, Strange was also one of Captain America's secret allies during World War II. Unlike his original counterparts who were American, this version of Doctor Strange is depicted as British.
    • Appearance: Based on Benedict Cumberbatch's character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
  • Wanda Maximoff
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Kate Higgins
    • Biography: A young Sokovian who, following an Hydra experiment with the Mind Stone and the Bloodgem, developed the abilities to harness magic and engage in hypnosis and telekinesis. After having a series of traumatic psychic attacks, Wanda was found by Doctor Strange, who trained her to be a Master of the Mystic Arts, eventually helping her overcome her trauma. Unlike most Marvel-related media, Wanda is not addressed to by the alias of Scarlet Witch, as she keeps demanding others not to give her any superhero code-names and just call her by her real name.
    • Appearance: Visually based on Elizabeth Olsen's character in the MCU (retaining her long straight brown hair and green eyes). Her Mystic Arts suit is a fully red outfit consisting of an red one-piece leotard, a pair of long boots and gloves, a tiara with a rose in it and a heart-shaped ruby in her forehead.
  • Wong
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Jim Meskimen
    • Biography: One of the Masters of the Mystic Arts, tasked with protecting some of Kamar-Taj's most valuable relics and books.
    • Appearance: Based on Benedict Wong's character in the MCU.
  • Cassandra Web
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Erica Luttrell
    • Biography: One of the Masters of the Mystic Arts, tasked with watching over parallel universes and dimensions through a mystic wall known as the Web of Reality.
    • Appearance: An older variant of her appearance in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. the Sinister 6.

Inhuman Royal Family

A group composed of Inhumans who are the main residents and leaders of the people of Attilan. They are close allies to Earth's superheroes against common threats in the galaxy.

  • Black Bolt
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Roger Craig Smith
    • Biography: The Head of the Inhuman Royal Family who is the King of Attilan, whose voice can cause destruction with the slightest whisper, and is a mentor to the young Inhumans on Earth. While he cannot speak with his mouth, he still speaks with humans and Inhumans through Telepathy.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Unleashed.
  • Medusa
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Erica Lindbeck
    • Biography: Crystal's older sister, Black Bolt's wife and Queen of Attilan, who has the ability to control and move her hair and has a telepathic link with Black Bolt.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Unleashed, but with the costume of Serinda Swan's character in the Inhumans live-action series.
  • Aura
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Jessica DiCicco
    • Biography: The 11-year-old daughter of Black Bolt and Medusa, Crystal's niece, a princess of Attilan and the youngest member of the Inhuman Royal Family, who has the abilities to fly and let out sonic wave blasts from her voice at will. She also shares her mother's ability to control and move her hair.
    • Appearance: Visually a long blond haired blue eyed girl with a cyan star tattoo around her right eye. She sports a barefoot white one piece leotard with the logo of Attilan in her chest place.
  • Karnak
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Robin Atkin Downes
    • Biography: Black Bolt's cousin and closest adviser, who can "see the fault in all things", avoiding errors, and acts as the Royal Family's strategist and philosopher.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Unleashed.
  • Gorgon
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Kevin Michael Richardson
    • Biography: Black Bolt's cousin and leader of Attilan's Royal Guard, who can generate seismic waves with his cattle-like hooves.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Unleashed.

S.H.I.E.L.D. (Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division)

A espionage, special law-enforcement, and counter-terrorism agency allied to the Avengers which often deals with paranormal and superhuman threats.

  • Nick Fury
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Terrence C. Carson
    • Biography: The director of S.H.I.E.L.D. who originally recruited the Avengers and continues to be a mentor and benefactor for the team.
    • Appearance: Based on Samuel L. Jackson's character in the MCU.
  • Maria Hill
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Susan Eisenberg
    • Biography: Fury's second-in-command and a high ranking S.H.I.E.L.D. commander. She is also the Avengers' closest informant, and a reserve gym teacher in Bilderberg Academy and S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy.
    • Appearance: Based on Cobie Smulders' character in the MCU.
  • Phil Coulson
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Clark Gregg
    • Biography: An agent within S.H.I.E.L.D. who oversees many of the division's field operations. He is a close ally to the Avengers, a supervisor of the New Champions and long-time fan of Captain America.
    • Appearance: Based on Clark Gregg's character in the MCU.
  • Dr. Henry "Hank" Pym
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Jim Meskimen
    • Biography: The maternal grandfather of Gwen Stacy and Cassie Lang and Scott Lang's father-in-law, he is a S.H.I.E.L.D. entomologist, and physicist and the owner of Pym Industries who became the original Ant-Man after discovering the subatomic particles which make the transformation possible. He is also a teacher in Baxter Institute.
    • Appearance: Based on Michael Douglas' character in the MCU.
  • Jocasta
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Tara Strong
    • Biography: Dr. Pym's A.I. assistant in S.H.I.E.L.D., Pym Industries and Baxter Institute.
    • Appearance: The same as in The Avengers: EMH!, but with violet eyes.
  • Prowler / Jefferson Davis
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Khary Payton
    • Biography: Miles' father, and a NYPD officer working for S.H.I.E.L.D. as an armored spy. He is said to have been chosen to replace Clint Barton (who had resigned to operate as Ronin) due to his willpower and high talents.
    • Appearance: Visually based on Denzel Washington. His Prowler suit is based on the one seen in the 2007 video game Spider-Man: Friend or Foe.
  • Rio Morales
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Kimberly Brooks
    • Biography: Miles' mother, and a nurse working for S.H.I.E.L.D..
    • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. the Sinister 6, and animated after the females in The Avengers: EMH!.
  • War Machine / James "Rhodey" Rhodes
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Ogie Banks
    • Biography: An officer in S.H.I.E.L.D. and the U.S. Air Force who is Tony Stark's close personal friend. He operates his own prototype of the Iron Man suit, the War Machine armor. He is also a reserve member of the Avengers and occasional trainer of the New Champions.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers: EMH!. His armor has the same details as the one seen in Avengers: Infinity War.
  • Dum Dum Dungan
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Fred Tatasciore
    • Biography: An officer of S.H.I.E.L.D. who is one of the most experienced members of Fury's patrol, known for his marksmanship with rifles and impressive physique. He occasionally trains the New Champions, Guardians of the Galaxy and S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy students in hand-to-hand combat.
    • Appearance: Based on on Neal McDonough's character in Captain America: The First Avenger, with modern S.H.I.E.L.D. attire.

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

A military school owned by S.H.I.E.L.D., where young heroes whose identities are public knowledge (like Cameron Potts Stark / Lightyear and Kate Bishop / Redhawk) train.

  • Snow Leopard / Sally Avril
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Lacey Chabert
    • Biography: A 17-year-old student and cheerleader in Midtown High School who was raised by Principal Raymond Warren after her parents died. She is a sister-figure to Peter Parker and his only friend from Midtown High. She is later revealed to be an Inhuman/Mutant hybrid when the Terrigen Mist awakened her Inhuman DNA and her Mutant powers, transforming her into a humanoid snow leopard with feline abilities and attributes and the abilities to generate and manipulate ice and cold. Due to her transformation being permanent and her beliefs that everything Warren promised her was a lie, she now lives as a resident of Pegasus Z, spending her nights and days in Glorian's palace, and enrolls at S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy as a student. She is also in a romantic relationship with Tony Stark's son Cameron, and is given by him a wrist device powered by a small prototype Reality Stone which allows her to change into her human form.
    • Appearance: A young long straight haired brunette with green eyes. As Snow Leopard, her whole body has an snow leopard skin and tail; also (like Cheetah in most DC-centered comics and animated projects), she appears to wear no clothes in her Snow Leopard form.
  • Araña / Anya Banner Corazon
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Kari Wahlgren
    • Biography: Banner's 12-year-old daughter who developed Spider-powers after being bitten by a lab spider recreated by Norman Osborn in Oscorp. Along with most of Spider-Man's powers, Anya is shown to have organic webbing thanks to the enhancements done on the spider created. She was 2 years old when her mother Sofia was killed by General Ross' mercenaries and her father's mind and consciousness was transferred to the Hulk's body. Despite her superhero alias of Araña being public knowledge like her father's alias of the Hulk is, she is still accepted as a heroine. She is also a junior student in S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy.
    • Appearance: Visually a child version of her counterpart from the comics, with green eyes. Her Araña outfit is a one-piece leotard version of the one worn by her Earth-982 counterpart, but without her mask.
  • Firestar / Ann-Gell
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Sofia Carson
    • Biography: A Kree/Shi'ar 14-year-old teenage alien hybrid, daughter of renegade Kree captain Mar-Vell and Shi'ar Chancellor Vitana, with the abilities of flight and Pyrokinesis; she also takes the shape of a "living comet" when she is flying in outer space. She is a friend of the New Champions and Guardians of the Galaxy, and has a crush on the X-Men member Iceman. Curious, but rather joyful and enthusiastic, she is shown to have a strong affinity for Earth's culture, and enjoys the same free activities of human teenagers. She is also a S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy student and, because she has no official home in the Shi'ar Empire or the Kree, Ann-Gell currently lives with Dante Pertuz as his adopted sister.
    • Appearance: Visually based on a long red-haired, violet-eyed human girl with emerald stripes on her arms and legs and elven ears. She sports a blue one-piece leotard with long silver boots and fingerless gloves and a golden tiara with a star-shaped logo in it.
  • Quake / Daisy Grimm Walters
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Jessica DiCicco
    • Biography: The 16-year-old daughter of Ben Grimm / The Thing and Jennifer Walters / She-Hulk, who shares her parents' physical strengths and has the abilities to manipulate Earth and Lava. She is best friends with Michelle Cage Jones / Wave, and is a student in S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy.
    • Appearance: A younger variant of her appearance in The Avengers: EMH!. She sports a black one-piece leotard with orange boots and silver bracelets.
  • Franklin Richards Storm
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Grey DeLisle
    • Biography: The 10-year-old of son of Reed Richards / Mr. Fantastic and Susan Storm / Invisible Woman, and a junior student in S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy. Along with his parents' powers, he also has the ability to shape-shift into any form at his will.
    • Appearance: The same as in the 2005 All ages miniseries and animated after the males in the show.
  • Spitfire / Jacqueline Falsworth
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Jennifer Hale
    • Biography: Jack Thompson's older cousin and Flash's mutually estranged younger cousin, she is a 17-year-old Inhuman who can move in supersonic speeds and ignite her body in flames. She is a senior student at S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy.
    • Appearance: Visually a blonde with blue eyes. As Spitfire, she wears a one-piece leotard version of her original costume in the comics, a pair of golden googles and a Red Headband.
  • Inferno / Dante Pertuz
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Scott Porter
    • Biography: A 24-year-old young Inhuman with the abilities of flight, superhuman strength and durability, healing factor, manipulation of fire and heat, and a resident in the volcano of Pegasus Z. Despite his status as a Inhuman and his identity being public knowledge, Inferno is still accepted as a hero for having played a role in stopping a Kree armada from destroying a F.E.A.S.T. orphanage in New York. He is also a S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy senior student.
    • Appearance: Similar to his counterpart from Avengers: Ultron Revolution, but shirtless and barefoot with fire tattoos on his back, chest and arms.
  • Luna Snow
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Ashly Burch
    • Biography: A 23-year-old young Inhuman/Ice Elf hybrid with enhanced speed and durability and the abilities to manipulate ice and cold. She is Inferno's girlfriend and Snow Leopard's surrogate sister, with whom she shares a place in her ice palace, located in the snow zone of Pegasus Z. While she does not adopt any superhero alias, she still takes fine pleasure in living among humans, who praise her as a professional singer and as a superheroine. She is also a S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy senior student.
    • Appearance: Visually a light blue haired, blue eyed young woman with elven ears. She sports a one piece barefoot cyan leotard with two white diagonal stripes across her midriff and a blue sapphire in the chestplace.
  • Ka-Zar and Zabu
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Yuri Lowenthal (Ka-Zar) and Dee Bradley Baker (Zabu)
    • Biography: A S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy student who resides of Savage Land.
    • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man, and animated after the characters in The Avengers: EMH!.
  • Quicksilver / Pietro Maximoff
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Roger Craig Smith (similar to Sonic the Hedgehog's voice)
    • Biography: A young Sokovian S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy who, following an Hydra experiment with the Mind Stone and the Bloodgem, developed the ability to run at supersonic speeds. Despite his superhero alter-ego being public knowledge, he is still praised as a hero.
    • Appearance: Visually based on Aaron Taylor-Johnson's character in Avengers: Age of Ultron, and sporting an white and blue variant of the Avengers' time travel suits from Avengers: Endgame, but with the A-logos replaced for lightning bolt emblems.
  • Magni
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Jack DeSena
    • Biography: Thor's 17-year-old son. He possesses superhuman strength and can manipulate Earth and Lava and wields an Uru battle gauntlet on his right arm.
    • Appearance: He is visually a brown-haired, green-eyed teenager with an Asgardian tattoo on his back. He sports brown viking pants with an golden shoulder armor piece for his left shoulder. His gauntlet is a human-sized silver variant of the Infinity Gauntlet.
  • Skaar
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Max Mittelman
    • Biography: Hulk's 18-year-old older son with female Sakaarian gladiator Caiera, and Anya's half-brother. Having been born two years before Hulk and Banner were put in separate bodies, Skaar shares the Hulk's physical strengths and "toddler vocabulary", but has grown up being more heroic and compassionate to innocent people, especially his half-sister Anya.
    • Appearance: A younger variant of his counterpart from Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H., and animated after the males in The Avengers: EMH!.
  • Brawn / Amadeus Cho
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Eric Bauza
    • Biography: A 21-year-old young genius and S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy student who is described as Earth's Seventh Smartest Person and, due to partial exposure to Gamma Radiation, he had become an younger version of the Hulk, although he retains his original personality and voice.
    • Appearance: The same as in Marvel's Spider-Man: Maximum Venom, and animated after the males in The Avengers: EMH!.

Minor Characters

  • Ben Parker
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Alan Tudyk
    • Biography: Peter’s deceased uncle, who once taught him that "With Great Power, there will come Great Responsibilities" prior his death during the Oscorp riot, which Peter holds Norman Osborn responsible for.
    • Appearance: Visually a brunette with hazel eyes.
  • Howard Stark
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Mick Wingert
    • Biography: Tony Stark’s deceased father, Cameron’s grandfather and the founder of Stark Industries who played a role in the WWII Super Soldier project which created Captain America and created Rogers’ Vibranium shield. He appears in a flashback of Captain America’s origins and in statues and portraits in present day scenes.
    • Appearance: The same as in The Avengers: EMH!.
  • Clayton Quill
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Alan Tudyk
    • Biography: Nathan’s deceased father, he was formerly one of Norman Osborn’s bodyguards who lost his life during the Oscorp riot of one year ago. His death led his son Nathan to share Peter Parker’s mutual hatred and distrust on Osborn. Prior his death, Clayton had inspired his son Nathan into becoming an astronaut and scientific genius after taking him for a trip in NASA, where Clayton previously worked before his retirement, and was the keeper of the alien gemstone which would led his son to his transformation into Star-Lord.
    • Appearance: Visually an older version of Nathan himself, with brown eyes.
  • Robin Chapel
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Marisha Ray
    • Biography: The director of Damage Control, a construction company owned by S.H.I.E.L.D. which specializes in repairing the property damage caused by conflicts between superheroes and super-villains. She appears in occasional episodes of the show along with her crew, working with superheroes in repairing the damage caused in certain places.
    • Appearance: The same as in the comics, and animated after the females in The Avengers: EMH!.
  • Richard Parker and Mary Reilly
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Roger Craig Smith (Richard Parker) and Laura Bailey (Mary Reilly)
    • Biography: Peter Parker’s deceased parents. Richard was Uncle Ben's brother, and Mary was Aunt May's sister.
    • Appearance: Richard Parker is an older variant of Peter himself with green eyes and Mary is an older variant of Teresa Parker with blue eyes.
  • The Ancient Ones
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Fred Tatasciore (Male Member #1), Misty Lee (Female Member) and Dave Fennoy (Male Member #2)
    • Biography: A trio of ancient sorcerers and the first Masters of the Mystic Arts. Though they have died long ago, they still appear as spirits in the Astral Plane, occasionally giving advice to the current Masters of the Mystic Arts and other metahumans (including superheroes) about certain circumstances they are needed.
    • Appearance: One male Ancient One is based on the original character from Earth-616. The female Ancient One is based on Tilda Swinton’s character in the MCU. And the second male Ancient One is a bald version of Brother Voodoo in Marvel: Future Fight.
  • Uatu the Watcher
    • Voice Actor/Actress: David Kaye
    • Biography: A member of the extraterrestrial Watcher race, who observes the multiverse and occasionally intervenes with events therein. He and the Watchers are also hosts of the Universal Olympic Games, an anual intergalactic sports competition on which remarkable warriors from different planets participate.
    • Appearance: The same as in Marvel: Ultimate Aliance.
  • Betty Brant
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Kari Wahlgren
    • Biography: New York's head reporter Daily Bugle Communications. Much unlike Jameson, Betty has a strongly positive view of Spider-Man as a hero and potential candidate to the Avengers.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers: EMH!.
  • Joseph "Robbie" Robertson
    • Voice Actor/Actress: James C. Mathis III
    • Biography: Randy's father, and a journalist at the Daily Bugle who was appointed as chief editor to replace J. Jonah Jameson following his arrest during the Living Brain incident. Much unlike Jameson, Robbie has a strongly positive view of Spider-Man as a hero and potential candidate to the Avengers. He also shares his son's awareness of Spider-Man's identity of Peter Parker, as well as their distrust on Norman Osborn.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers: EMH!
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  • Radioactive Man / Igor Stancheck
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Fred Tatasciore
    • Biography: A member of the Winter Guard with the ability to manipulate and absorb radioactive energy. He died after stopping the Red Skull and his forces from nuking Russia, and his death resulted in the grieving Winter Guard members to disband for five years.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Assemble, but with the animation of The Avengers: EMH!.
  • Eugene "Flash" Thompson
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Will Friedle
    • Biography: A 18-year-old repugnant and selfish high school jock who used to bully Peter. He was also Sally Avril’s first boyfriend until she broke up with him after she caught him getting kissed in his lips by Lorina Dodson while celebrating the school’s football team’s victory in a championship (which was one month before Peter became Spider-Man). He first appears in the two first episodes of Spider-Man’s Arc, on which he antagonizes Peter as a "little nobody" and disbelieves the claims that Peter is a friend of Spider-Man, whom Thompson ironically idolizes. He also did not share the Osborns’ concerns over Peter dropping out of the school to join the Baxter Institute, on which Thompson commented: "He was a loser anyway. We don’t need him.". Initially considered to be the most popular jock in Midtown High (even said to be "the school's favorite champion"), Thompson’s popularity eventually begun to collapse after he and J. Jonah Jameson inadvertently interrupted Annabelle Brady’s interview with Peter about the Baxter Institute, causing Anna to leave Midtown High and Thompson to get suspended from the upcoming football championship. Taking his anger on Jameson over the incident, Thompson’s situation eventually got even worse when the Living Brain swapped Thompson’s mind and body with Jameson’s, causing Thompson to incriminate Jameson by beating up the Daily Bugle employees, before setting out to confront and beat up Jameson in Midtown High, causing some havoc in streets after stealing a motorcycle. Thompson and Jameson soon had a fight on streets until the body swap was reversed. Despite being his former self again, Thompson was eventually expelled from Midtown High after Jameson (in Thompson’s body) incriminated him by getting in a fight against the jocks dressed as Spider-Man and insulting the teachers and cheerleaders. He is now in community detention, doing community service while also ashamed of showing himself to Peter and his friends, whom he is afraid that they might mock him for his embarrassing failure. Peter personally claimed he did not care, ironically quoting: "He was a loser anyway. No one needed him.".
    • Appearance: Visually based on his Earth-12041 counterpart.
  • Ashley Kafka
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Marisha Ray
    • Biography: A Midtown High School student, and a top class reporter who was Anna Brady's (former) superior. Despite being a dedicated student, she is shown to be rather overbearing and bossy towards her classmates. Though she had a dislike for Peter Parker due to his occasional misfortunes and failures in Midtown High (and also reprimanding him for not being like Flash Thompson) and infamously mocking that "his friends are outside Midtown High", Kafka (very much like the Osborns) did not approve Peter's decision to drop out of the school to enroll at Baxter Institute, although she speechlessly relented after Peter loudly accused Osborn for certain incidents (such as the Oscorp riot in the day when Uncle Ben died) in front of many. Also, she is shown to be an admirer of Sally Avril, and did not want her to leave Midtown High, even after her transformation into the Snow Leopard. Though she also shares the same positive opinions others have about superheroes, including Spider-Man, Kafka is shown to be still resentful of Peter and his friends, whom she blames for the Midtown High students' recent misfortunes, and appears not to believe Peter's claims that Osborn is to blame for what happened previously until his true colors and evil nature are exposed to New York. In the last episodes of Spider-Man's arc, it is mentioned that Kafka did not enroll at any other school because she developed a severe PTSD and depression, despondent over how wrong she was about herself and the people she hated. She is also even shown in a cell at a mental hospital wearing a straight-jacket sobbing uncontrollably in the ground.
    • Appearance: A short haired brunette with hazel eyes.
  • Hector "Hercules" Quill
    • Voice Actor/Actress: James Arnold Taylor
    • Biography: Nathan's 18-year-old estranged older brother and a Midtown High jock who is close to Flash Thompson. He has a distant relationship with his family, preferring to live in a apartment he earned for himself in a building near Midtown High rather than live with his siblings, who in turn view him as a repugnant and selfish bully just like Flash. Nathan strongly dislikes Hector for his willingness to cope with their father's death so easily by enrolling at Midtown High, which Norman Osborn became benefactor of. Later, after Thompson was expelled from school (as a result of the body swap between him and J. Jonah Jameson), Hector took over as captain of the school's football team. In "Who Let the Man-Wolf Out?", Hector grew concerned that he was not being as good as Thompson was as team captain and decided to break Thompson out of the community detention center, while the two plotted to sabotage Nathan and his classmates from Baxter Institute, unaware that Nathan and Zoe Gillan (who observed them through Drax and Cougar) plotted to anticipate their plan. Following the Guardians' battle with Man-Wolf, Hector and Thompson attempted to execute their plan, but were caught by police officers who were called in by Nathan and Zoe, leading to Thompson getting sent back to the detention center, and with Hector also getting expelled from Midtown High and sentenced to the center. It is also implied that, due to his actions and current behavior, he was excluded from the Quill family forever.
    • Appearance: Visually based on the character Steve featured in flashbacks of Marvel's Spider-Man episode "A Troubled Mind".

Antagonists / Neutral Characters

Main Antagonists

  • Thanos
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Michael-Leon Wooley
    • Biography: An intergalactic despot from Titan with a goal to destroy half of every population he invades to "re-balance the universe". He is the main antagonist of the Infinity Arc and the entire Season 1.
    • Appearance: Based on Josh Brolin's character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. His armor resembles the one worn in Avengers: Endgame.
  • Green Goblin / Norman Osborn
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Jeffrey Combs
    • Biography: A scientist, engineer, billionaire, founder and owner of Oscorp and the benefactor of Midtown High School. Despite worshiped by his son Harry and other students, he is otherwise hated by Peter Parker, who blames him for the incident in Oscorp which led to Uncle Ben's death. From the episode Living Brainstorm, Osborn's brain (and later his mind and body) is possessed by the spirit of the Goblin, slowing transforming him into a sadistic psychopath. The transformation is completed once Goblin has Osborn ingest a serum which hideously mutates his appearance, purging Norman Osborn's persona completely and letting the Goblin in full control.
    • Appearance: Visually based on his appearance in Marvel's Spider-Man 2017 TV series. As Green Goblin, he is visually a human-sized variant of his appearance in Ultimate Spider-Man and sports an armor based on the suit worn by Harry Osborn in Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
    • The Goblin / Living Brain
      • Voice Actor/Actress: Jeffrey Combs
      • Biography: An sadistic Dark Elf whose consciousness was absorbed by the Living Brain after a failed assault on Earth. Taking control of the Living Brain, the Goblin was soon accidentally reactivated by two A.I.M. agents and went for a rampage before he was defeated by Spider-Man, Mister Fantastic and Edith, but not before the Goblin transferred his consciousness into some bits of Norman Osborn's brain, slowly taking over his body.
      • Appearance: The Goblin is visually a human-sized variant of his appearance in Ultimate Spider-Man, but with a grey skin. His Living Brain body shares similar details of the one seen in Marvel's Spider-Man.
  • Ronan the Accuser
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Jonathan Adams
    • Biography: A high-ranking Kree official who is fanatical about their culture and practices, and is on his own campaign of genocide of other alien races, consequently coming in conflict with heroes like the Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy. He also has some intense rivalry with Thanos.
    • Appearance: Based on Lee Pace's character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
  • The Beyonder
    • Voice Actor/Actress: John DiMaggio
    • Biography: An interdimensional God-like entity who longs to destroy all Earths.
    • Appearance: Based on his looks in Avengers: Secret Wars.
  • The Serpent
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Robin Atkin Downes
    • Biography: The brother of Odin, uncle of Thor, and the Norse God of Fear.
    • Appearance: The same as in the comics.

The Black Order

A group composed of supervillains who serve Thanos.

  • Amora the Enchantress
    • Voice Actor/Actress: April Stewart
    • Biography: A seductive Asgardian sorceress who has a deadly obsession for Thor. She is Thanos' adopted daughter and the leader for his new Black Order.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Unleashed.
  • Skurge the Executioner
    • Voice Actor/Actress: J. B. Blanc
    • Biography: The Enchantress' faithful servant and bodyguard and a hulking Asgardian viking armed with his large, enchanted, double-bladed battle axe (which allows him a number of abilities including cutting rifts into other dimensions and control over fire and ice which he can project at his enemies) and a pair of large guns. As he is loyal to the Enchantress, he is also a servant of Thanos.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Unleashed.
  • Ultron
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Jim Meskimen
    • Biography: An Artificial Intelligence android created by Thanos to be his lead scientist (a role similar to Decepticon Shockwave in Transformers: Prime). He is also the creator of the Phalanx, cybernetically enhanced symbiotes which have been assimilating planets and their inhabitants, including the D'Bari.
    • Appearance: The same as in The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes!.
  • Mysterio / Quentin Beck
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Fred Tatasciore
    • Biography: A former employee of Oscorp who was fired by his executives because of his unstable nature, he is a master of illusions and trickery, the creator of the Elementals and a member of Thanos' Black Order. He was one of the first villains fought by Peter Parker in his first six months as Spider-Man.
    • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Marvel: Earth-2.
  • Kingpin / Wilson Fisk
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Dave Fennoy
    • Biography: A maniacal crimelord of New York and a member of Thanos' Black Order. He secretly longs to take over Thanos' place as the Black Order's master (a role similar to Starscream in the Transformers franchise).
    • Appearance: Based on his looks in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, but a few inches shorter.
  • Purple Man / Zebdiah Kilgrave
    • Voice Actor/Actress: James Arnold Taylor
    • Biography: A member of Thanos's Black Order who has telekinetic and telepathic abilities (similar to those of Ebony Maw in the MCU).
    • Appearance: The same as in The Avengers: EMH!, but with Ebony Maw's armor and outfit from Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame.
  • Morgan Le Fey
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Nika Futterman
    • Biography: A powerful sorceress from King Arthur's legend, and one of Thanos' former enforcers before her death. She was also somewhat jealous of Amora the Enchantress.
    • Appearance: Based on her appearance in Ultimate Spider-Man.
  • Abomination / Emil Blonsky
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Steve Blum
    • Biography: One of Hulk's closest foes and a former officer loaned to General Ross who, lusting for the Hulk's power, was injected with a sample of Captain America's Super Soldier Serum combined with the Hulk's Gamma-radiated blood which transformed him into a near-skeletal humanoid monster as powerful as the Hulk himself, but also drove him insane. After being banished from Earth, Blonsky became a member of the new Black Order, serving as Thanos' "beast machine super-soldier".
    • Appearance: Based on Tim Roth's character in The Incredible Hulk.
  • Elementals
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Fred Tatasciore
    • Biography: A group of element-based monsters created by Mysterio to be Thanos' "beast machine super-soldiers" in the Black Order. The group consists of Molten Man (fire), Hydro-Man (water), Sandman (earth) and Cyclone (air).
    • Appearance: All four are based on their counterparts from Spider-Man: Far From Home.

Shadow Council

A secret cabal of supervillains (consisting primarily of Doctor Octopus, Yellowjacket, Killmonger, Malekith the Accursed and Tiger Shark and led by Madame Masque) with the aim of global conquest by any means necessary. They are the main antagonists of the Avengers' arc.

  • Madame Masque / Whitney Frost
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Courtenay Taylor
    • Biography: A former Hydra scientist who became Madame Masque after discovering a Kree ship with help from some Hydra agents and putting on its control mask to save it from sinking. The mask is advanced technology which gives her the power to connect and manipulate any machines, powered by the ship itself. But due to the mask being unstable for humans (and other non-Kree lifeforms), it drove her mad with power, leading her to desire to change the world by enforcing her will over it. She is Liz Danvers Rogers' former school teacher and currently the leader of the Shadow Council.
    • Appearance: Based on her looks in Avengers: Black Panther's Quest.
  • Doctor "Doc Ock" Octopus / Master Planner / Otto Octavius
    • Voice Actor/Actress: C. Thomas Howell
    • Biography: A former Oscorp scientist who worked to perfect prosthetic limb technology and became a super-criminal called the Master Planner after four mechanical appendages were permanently attached to his back during an accident in his lab (it turned out to be an sabotage by Quentin Beck as an attempt to win Osborn's appreciation) which also killed his wife Rose, using an intra-cranial neural network to connect them to his nervous system. He was also once a brilliant, but neglectful science teacher in Midtown High School until he was fired and arrested after being exposed to public eyes by Spider-Man and his LMD (disguised as Peter Parker) for his crimes. After being broken out of his cell by Madame Masque and becoming a member of her Shadow Council, Octavius now operates in the alias of Doctor Octopus (or Doc Ock for short) while he still longs for revenge on Osborn for ruining his life.
    • Appearance: Visually based on his last appearance in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. the Sinister 6, and sporting the same attire as in the 2018 Spider-Man video game. Initially as the Master Planner, he wore a black-hooded, red-eyed mask with a robotic face. As Doctor Octopus, he wears his goggles from the comics.
  • Yellowjacket / Darren Cross
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Dwight Schultz
    • Biography: The owner of Cross Technological Enterprises and Pym's sworn business rival, he militarizes a similar version of the Ant-Man technology to create the Yellowjacket suit.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Unleashed.
  • Killmonger / N'Jadaka
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Keston John
    • Biography: A Wakandan exile and former U.S. black-ops soldier who seeks to overthrow T'Challa, with his own opinion on how Wakanda should be ruled. He is armed with his own version of T'Challa's energy absorbing suit which, reminiscent of his comic book counterpart, has pronounced fangs and glows gold when being used.
    • Appearance: Based on Michael B. Jordan's character in Black Panther.
  • Malekith the Accursed
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Steve Blum
    • Biography: One of Thor’s old foes and the ruler of the Dark Elves of Svartalfheim who once sought for the power of the Aether, a ancient weapon powered by the Reality Infinity Stone.
    • Appearance: Based on Christopher Eccleston's character in Thor: The Dark World.
  • Tiger Shark
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Fred Tatasciore
    • Biography: An Atlantean exile and a vicious humanoid shark who rebelled against Atlantis in protest of the peace treaty between his homeland and the surface world. He is a reluctant member of the Shadow Council.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers: Black Panther's Quest, and animated after the males in Avengers: EMH!.
  • Vulture / Adrian Toomes
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Nolan North
    • Biography: A former employee of Oscorp who was fired for stealing equipment and donned an winged flight suit with a neck device which enables him to perform sonic attacks. His flight suit's wings also have motors which, along with providing thrust, can also fire concussive energy beams. He serves as one of Doctor Octopus' personal agents, and one of Madame Masque's wingmen in the Shadow Council.
    • Appearance: Based on Michael Keaton's character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
  • The Butterfly / Sha Shan Nguyen
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Marisha Ray
    • Biography: A Midtown High School cheerleader who happens to be an agent of the Shadow Council equipped with a gliding suit of stolen Oscorp technology, and one of Madame Masque's wingmen. She is also Vulture's protegee and works as the Council's double-agent posing as a Oscorp intern.
    • Appearance: Visually based on her counterpart from The Spectacular Spider-Man. Her Butterfly outfit is a flight violet wingsuit with a black hood, and indigo ram-air wings.
  • Rhino / Bonesaw McGee
    • Appearance: J. B. Blanc (similar to Bane in Batman: Arkham Origins)
    • Biography: A professional wrestler who was chosen to sponsor Midtown High School's gym teams until he was ingested by Sha Shan Nguyen (under Otto Octavius' orders) with a sample Oscorp's Super-Soldier serums and transformed into a mindless humanoid rhinoceros. He was then brainwashed by Madame Masque as her Shadow Council's "beast machine super soldier".
    • Appearance: Rhino is visually based on Aleksei Sytsevich's version in the 2017 Marvel's Spider-Man TV series. Bonesaw McGee is based on Randy Savage's character in Sam Raimi's 2002 Spider-Man film.

Hydra

A terrorist Nazi group formed by the Red Skull to rule over humanity by any means.

  • Red Skull / Johann Schmidt
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Liam O'Brien
    • Biography: The head and creator of Hydra and Captain America's arch-nemesis.
    • Appearance: Based on his appearance in Avengers: EMH!.
  • Sinthea Schmidt
    • Voice Actor/Actress: April Stewart
    • Biography: A German orphan who was raised by Skull as his own daughter and grew up becoming his personal agent.
    • Appearance: The same as in the comics.
  • Crossbones / Brock Rumlow
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Fred Tatasciore
    • Biography: An high-ranking agent and assassin of Hydra armed with a nearly indestructible combat armor and a pair of strength-enhancing shockwave gauntlets.
    • Appearance: Based on Frank Grillo's character in Captain America: Civil War.
  • Madame Hydra / Viper / Ophelia Sarkissian
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Erica Luttrell
    • Biography: A high-ranking general of Hydra who, after injecting herself with an stolen Super Soldier serum combined with Dr. Curt Connors' Lizard formula, became able to shape-shift into a monstrous humanoid snake with increased strength, a large snake tail replacing her right arm and the ability to spit acid venom. She is a formidable foe to the Avengers and Tigra's arch-nemesis. Like Sally Avril in her Snow Leopard form, she wears no clothes in her transformation.
    • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Marvel: Earth-2.
  • The Jackal / Raymond Warren
    • Voice Actor/Actress: John DiMaggio
    • Biography: The principal of Midtown High who, due to exposure to his chemical serums, can turn into an animalistic, green-furred metahuman called "The Jackal". Similar to Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde, the progress also divided Warren's personality in two: as a regular-minded human when in human form, and as a insane criminal trying to steal technology for Hydra when in the Jackal's form.
    • Appearance: Visually the same as in Marvel's Spider-Man, and animated after them males in The Avengers: EMH!.
  • Crimson Widow / Yelena Belova
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Julie Nathanson
    • Biography: Baron Strucker's latest graduated student in the Red Room program, and the second assassin to earn the name "Black Widow". Though she is loyal and devoted to the Red Skull, Belova has a rather intense rivalry with Jackal, whom she is always distrustful of.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers: Black Panther's Quest, and animated after them females in The Avengers: EMH!.
  • Arnim Zola
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Armin Shimerman
    • Biography: A Nazi biochemist during World War II who survived into the modern age by transferring his conscious mind into the body of a sophisticated robot which protected it by storing it in its chest and displaying a digital image of Zola's face on its chest plate.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Unleashed.
  • Red Hulk / Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Darin De Paul
    • Biography: A former General of the U.S.A. army and leader of the Hulkbusters who has dedicated himself to capturing the Hulk and became a criminal fugitive to the government after being exposed by Black Widow for ordering the deaths of Bruce Banner (who was at the time separated from the Hulk) and his wife Sofia Corazon, indirectly leading Banner to swap bodies with the Hulk. He becomes Red Hulk, a red-skinned and villainous version of the original Hulk, after injecting a sample of the Hulk's DNA on himself, but not before being infected by the Red Skull virus. He eventually became Red Skull's super soldier.
    • Appearance: The same as in The Avengers: EMH!

Kree Empire

A scientifically and technologically advanced militaristic race of blue-skinned humanoids from the planet Hala.

  • Supreme Intelligence
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Kevin Michael Richardson
    • Biography: The center of the collective minds of the greatest Kree of Hala who is the supreme ruler of the Kree.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers: EMH!.
  • Yon-Rogg
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Fred Tatasciore
    • Biography: A high-ranking Kree captain, he was indirectly responsible for Carol Danvers' acquisition of her Kree powers.
    • Appearance: A blue-skinned variant of Jude Law's character in Captain Marvel.
  • Minn-Erva
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Nika Futterman
    • Biography: A Kree scientist and spy loyal to Ronan.
    • Appearance: Based on Gemma Chan's character in Captain Marvel.
  • Korath the Pursuer
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Dave Fennoy
    • Biography: A Kree ally of Ronan who is a feared intergalactic hunter.
    • Appearance: Modeled after Djimon Houson's character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but with blue skin.

A.I.M. (Advanced Idea Mechanics)

A network of terrorist arms dealers and scientists specializing in highly advanced and technological weaponry whose ultimate goal is the overthrow of all world governments for their own gains.

  • M.O.D.O.C. / George Tarleton
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Charlie Adler
    • Biography: A former Hydra scientist whose consciousness has been transferred into the body of a super android designated M.O.D.O.C. (Mental Organism Designed Only for Conquering). He soon became the current leader of A.I.M..
    • Appearance: The same as in The Avengers: EMH!.
  • Scientist Supreme / Andrew Fortson
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Fred Tatasciore
    • Biography: The second-in-command of A.I.M., and the creator of Tarleton's M.O.D.O.C. body and Technovore.
    • Appearance: The same as in The Avengers: EHM!
  • Aldrich Killian
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Sam Riegel
    • Biography: The CEO of Killian Industries and A.I.M.'s head scientist.
    • Appearance: Based on Guy Pearce's character in Iron Man 3.
  • Technovore
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Fred Tatasciore
    • Biography: A Nanotech Robotic Monster with the capability to absorb technologic equipment, and A.I.M.'s beast machine Super Soldier.
    • Appearance: The same as in Marvel's Spider-Man: Maximum Venom.

Athena Industries

A formerly small company which mainly focused in building innovative tech and making the world a better place which ended up becoming a corrupt agency seeking to overthrow all other companies, including Stark Industries and Oscorp.

  • Athena Gonzales
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Nika Futterman
    • Biography: The corrupt head of Athena Industries who longs to use technology to become the richest woman in the world, also wanting to outrank rich businessmen like Tony Stark and Norman Osborn. She is shown to have a mental illness which overwhelms her with a god-complex, by which she believes herself to be the dark reincarnation of the same name Greek goddess of wisdom Athena.
    • Appearance: Visually a straight long-haired brunette with hazel eyes. She is most seen wearing a outfit based on ancient Greek dresses and a leaf tiara.
  • Techpire / Ariel Haven
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Rachael MacFarlane
    • Biography: A socially awkward scientist who created a serum which gave her the power to corrupt technology, using it to steal designs for Athena Industries. She is shown to be highly infatuated with Ant-Man, much to the objections of Wasp and Stature.
    • Appearance: Visually based on actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead. Her Techpire form has a grey skin, black hair and red demonic eyes and sports a one piece jumpsuit detailed with cybernetic features.
  • Draco
    • Voice Actor/Actress: N/A
    • Biography: An artificial dragon-like humanoid android named after the same name constellation, which in Greek Mythology, was originally the Gigantomachian Dragon which Athena fought during the Gigantomachy. Draco is one of Gonzales' android bodyguards, and along with superhuman strength and durability and the capability of flight, has flamethrowers and pyrokinetic bombs.
    • Appearance: Based on Dragon Man in Ultimate Spider-Man.
  • Medusa the Gorgon
    • Voice Actor/Actress: N/A
    • Biography: One of Gonzales' android bodyguards, and an artificial snake-haired humanoid android based upon the Greek mythological figure of the same name. The android can spit acidic venom from both her own mouth and her snake studded hair and fire energy beams from her eyes which has two different functions: to destroy subjects, or to paralyze living subjects (which is similar to the actual Medusa's power to turn living being into stone through eye contact).
    • Appearance: Visually a humanoid woman with snakes studded hair, demonic red eyes, and a green snake tail for her body's lower half. She sports a black tube top, a red tiara and silver bracelets.
  • Cerberus
    • Voice Actor/Actress: N/A
    • Biography: One of Gonzales' android bodyguards, and an artificial canine android based on the Greek mythological figure of the same name. Cerberus serves as Gonzales' hunting hound and guard dog. Each head has a different ability: the left head can spit fire, the right head can spit ice and the middle head can let out a sonic wave howl.
    • Appearance: A lion-sized variant of its counterpart from Disney's Hercules.
  • Minos
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    • Biography: One of Gonzales' android bodyguards, and an artificial Minotaur android named after the first King of Crete.
    • Appearance: Visually a Minotaur with yellow eyes and a large spiked collar in his neck.

The Hand

A clan of fearsome mystical ninjas. They are sworn enemies to the K'un-L'un Academy trainee and teachers.

  • Kenuichio Harada
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Andrew Kishino
    • Biography: The leader of the Hand, and a ruthless samurai.
    • Appearance: Based on Jet Li's portrayal of Emperor Han in The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor.
  • Elektra
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Alyssa Milano
    • Biography: Harada's most dedicated apprentice and second-in-command of the Hand. A highly experience combatant, she is also an expert with various types of weaponry, particularly her trademark twin sai.
    • Appearance: A teenaged version of her counterpart from the comics, and sporting a red one piece leotard with a black mask covering her mouth and nose.
  • Shadow Slayer / Kaine
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Dante Basco
    • Biography: Harada's second apprentice, who is the most filled with rage in the Hand.
    • Appearance: Visually based on Scarlet Spider's true self in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. the Sinister 6, added with a burnt scar in his right eye.

The Worthy

Corrupted heroes, villains and anti-heroes from parallel earths possessed by seven hammers dropped down to Earth being loyal to the Serpent.

  • The Maker / Ultimate Reed Richards
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Robin Atkin Downes
    • Biography: Mr. Fantastic's evil counterpart from Earth-1610.
    • Appearance: The same as in the Ultimate Comics.

Individual Villains

  • Doctor Doom / Victor Von Doom
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Maurice LaMarche
    • Biography: The Fantastic Four's archenemy, and the tyrannical ruler of Latveria.
    • Appearance: Based on Julian McMahon's character in the 2005 Fantastic Four film and its sequel Rise of the Silver Surfer.
  • Maximus Boltagon
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Matthew Mercer
    • Biography: Black Bolt's treacherous brother, who has a strong devotion to the people of Attilan and a desire to be king himself. Maximus lost the Inhuman gene when going through the Terrigenesis process, which led to the character being looked down on by other Inhumans.
    • Appearance: The same as in Avengers Assemble and Ultimate Spider-Man, but with the animation of The Avengers: EMH!.
  • Hobgoblin / Harry Osborn
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Sam Riegel
    • Biography: Norman Osborn's dedicated son and the class president in Midtown High School, he secretly operates as the Hobgoblin, equipped with an armored suit created by Oscorp which includes a glider, pumpkin bombs and a heat sword. Contrary to most incarnations where Peter and Harry are best friends, Peter is shown to have more distant relationship with Harry in the show, as Peter blames Harry's father for Uncle Ben's death and Harry (much like his father) does not approve Peter's enrollment at Baxter Institute.
    • Appearance: Visually a teenage variant of his father with hazel eyes and red hair. His Hobgoblin suit is based on the one seen in Marvel's Spider-Man.
  • Sheath
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Erica Luttrell
    • Biography: A street delinquent and a Inhuman criminal with metal shards protruding from her body.
    • Appearance: The same as in the Marvel Rising franchise.
  • Loki / Loren Williams
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Greg Ellis
    • Biography: A mentally ill Oscorp executive who believes himself as the reincarnation of Loki, Thor's deceased adopted brother and trickster of the Asgardians (who perished during the destruction of Asgard), based on the Norse mythological deity of the same name. He wields a technologic scepter which enables him to manipulate technology and control others' minds.
    • Note: This version shares principles similar to those of Maxie Zeus in DC Comics.
    • Appearance: Based on Tom Hiddleston's character in the MCU, but sporting a business suit (based on the attire of the Joker in DC Comics) with green cape and golden horned helmet.
  • Deathbird / Cal'syee Neramani
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Nika Futterman
    • Biography: Lilandra Neramani's older sister and a former princess of the Shi'ar Empire who was banished for killing Chancellor Vitana, whom she branded a traitor for being in a relationship with Mar-Vell and giving birth to Ann-Gell. Despite being an outcast, Cal'syee (now known by the name Deathbird) currently terrorizes aliens in different planets sporting an amazonian armor for interstellar travels.
    • Appearance: The same as in Marvel: Ultimate Alliance.
  • Kraven the Hunter
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Phil Morris
    • Biography: A maniacal big game hunter who obsesses with hunting animal-based metahumans (even superheroes, like Spider-Man and Black Panther) to earn the title of the greatest hunter in the world.
    • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man, and animated after the males in The Avengers: EMH!.
  • Klaw / Ulysses Klaue
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Trevor Devall
    • Biography: A South African black-market arms dealer, smuggler and gangster, who uses a piece of advanced Wakandan mining equipment as a sonic disruption arm-cannon, replacing his left arm, which he lost after an attack on him by Kraven the Hunter over "the right to destroy Black Panther". He obsesses with the treasures of Wakanda, including the Vibranium, which he seeks to make money with.
    • Appearance: Based on Andy Serkis' character in Avengers: Age of Ultron and Black Panther.
  • Baron Mordo
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Darin De Paul
    • Biography: Doctor Strange's former mentor-turned-nemesis, who was cast out by the Masters of Mystic Arts for abusing of his powers.
    • Appearance: The same as in Ultimate Spider-Man vs. the Sinister Six, and animated after the males in The Avengers: EMH!.
  • Iron Monger / Obadiah Stane
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Clancy Brown
    • Biography: The corrupt CEO of Stane Industries who operates in a giant exosuit with similar functions of Stark's Iron Man suit.
    • Appearance: Based on Jeff Bridges' character in the 2008 Iron Man film.
  • The Leader / Samuel Sterns
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Lex Lang
    • Biography: One of the Hulk's most notorious foes, and a Gamma mutant with a superhuman intellect as powerful as the Hulk's strength and Psionic powers.
    • Appearance: The same as in The Avengers: EMH!, but with his attire from Avengers: Ultron Revolution.
  • White Rabbit / Lorina Dodson
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Kat Cressida
    • Biography: A eccentric, trouble-making, teenage criminal, whose costume is based on the same name literary character from Alice in Wonderland. She was also a former Midtown High School student and cheerleader who was love-obsessed with Flash Thompson, and was shown in a flashback (set one month before Peter Parker became Spider-Man) kissing him on his lips after his team won a Football School championship in front of everyone celebrating, which led to a brokenhearted Sally Avril to break up with Thompson, and Lorina to be expelled. For a unknown time, she stole some of Oscorp's technology and became White Rabbit, equipped with leaping boots, explosive carrots and a special umbrella which can glide and fire concussive energy bolts, and also accompanied by a giant, heavily armed robotic rabbit, the "Big Foot". Despite her talents, she is also shown to have a somewhat mental illness which often causes her to believe she is an actual rabbit; as she is occasionally shown chewing carrots and is typically afraid of foxes (which are the rabbits' natural predators), as shown when she gets terrified after seeing Eros the Star Fox in front of her.
    • Appearance: A teenaged variant of her comic book counterpart.
    • Big Foot
      • Voice Actor/Actress: N/A
      • Biography: A giant, heavily armed robotic rabbit built with the same technology used by Oscorp to build the Spider-Slayers, and White Rabbit's robotic companion. Big Foot can fire optic concussive beams and missiles from the back and leap long heights.
      • Appearance: Based on the robotic rabbit seen in the comics, as depicted in The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 256.
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  • J. Jonah Jameson
    • Voice Actor/Actress: John DiMaggio
    • Biography: An arrogant journal editor who wrongly criticized Spider-Man and viewed him as a menace, and was greedy for Peter Parker’s membership the Daily Bugle to earn a evidence of Spider-Man’s identity. He first appeared in "Living Brainstorm", on which he interrupted Annabelle Brady's interview with Peter about Baxter Institute greedily demanding him answers of Spider-Man’s identity, consequently getting in a fight with Flash Thompson and causing Peter to dismiss them all. After an angered Anna dropped out of Midtown High accusing Jameson and Thompson for the incident, Jameson was given a restraining order to keep him away from Peter and any Baxter Institute student. Later after another hostile encounter with Thompson, Jameson witnessed Spider-Man fighting the Living Brain until he and Thompson were accidentally hit by the robot’s Neuro-beams. At first, the beam had no apparent effect until it transferred Jameson’s mind into Thompson’s body, causing Jameson to incriminate Thompson by getting in a fight against the jocks dressed as Spider-Man and insulting the teachers and cheerleaders until he envisioned himself (actually Thompson in his body) attacking his own employees and set out out to confront Thompson, stealing Warren’s car and causing some havoc on streets in the progress. The two had a fist fight until the body swap was reverted. Despite being his former self again, Jameson eventually got fired from the Daily Bugle and arrested after Thompson (in Jameson's body) incriminated him by beating up the Daily Bugle employees and trashing their work places. In "Family Comes First", it is revealed that Jameson also played a role in the deaths of Peter's parents by covering their deaths as a "unexplained, but inevitable accident" for money protection. Once the truth about their deaths was exposed, it is mentioned that Jameson's prison sentences were prolonged: he was now incarcerated for life.
    • Appearance: The same as in The Avengers: EMH!, but with hazel eyes.

Anti-Heroes

  • Venom / Eddie Brock
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Crispin Freeman (as Eddie Brock) and Kevin Michael Richardson (as Venom)
    • Biography: A disgraced, former Daily Globe journalist who became the current host of an alien Symbiote, which grants him superhuman abilities.
    • Appearance: Based on Tom Hardy's character in the 2018 film Venom.
  • Michael Morbius, the Living Vampire
    • Voice Actor/Actress: Troy Baker
    • Biography: A scientist suffering from a rare blood disease who attempted to cure himself with DNA from vampire bats, but instead became afflicted with a new form of vampirism, giving him superhuman strength, speed, and durability, flight, echolocation, hypnotism, accelerated healing factor and life-force absorption.
    • Appearance: Based on Jared Leto's character in the 2020 film Morbius.
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Stan Lee's Cameos

As in most of current Marvel movies and TV shows, Stan Lee also makes posthumous cameo appearances in the episodes of Season 1. Some cameos are silent and inaudible. Others have dialogues done via archive footage from previous cameos in TV shows, films and video games.

Spider-Man's Arc

  • A Better Genius” - Lee makes an appearance at the end of the episode as the concierge in Baxter Institute who welcomes Peter to the new school.
  • Living Brainstorm” - Lee accompanies Annabelle "Anna" Brady after she leaves Midtown High to join the Bilderberg Academy while comforting her over her failed interview with Peter Parker in Roxxon. Lee later gives a disappointed look at Flash Thompson, as he knows Thompson and J. Jonah Jameson had inadvertently disrupted Anna's interview by mocking Peter and greedily demanding answers about Spider-Man's identity respectively. He is heard saying: "I'm terribly sorry about your loss, dear. As for you, now is your chance to do better. Why don't you see that you take it?!". Those lines are taken from Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 1, Episode "T.R.A.C.K.S." (2013).
  • Feline Power” - In the end of the episode, when Peter Parker and Cameron Potts Stark comment about Sally Avril and her metahuman condition after she left to Pegasus Z, Lee approaches the two and says: "Hey. Don't give up on her. Either of you.", to which Peter replies "Certainly not, sir.", and Cameron says: "Never in this life.". Lee's lines in the episode are taken from the 2018 film Venom.
  • Castle of Illusions” - In the beginning of the episode, Lee is shown fixing a machine in Baxter Institute before Michelle Jones tests it. When the machine works well, Lee asks: "Did it work?". This quote is taken from the 2011 film Thor.
  • Out of Stature” - Lee is shown in a montage of news about Ghost-Spider and Stature in their crime-fighting spree. In a montage, Lee is shown expressing gratitude for Ghost-Spider after she saves him from two delinquents trying to rob him.
  • Family Comes First” - In the end of the episode, Peter Parker shows Tony Stark, Susan Storm and Reed Richards several pictures he took with his phone about his sister Teresa before revealing to them that she accepted Pepper Potts' offer to enroll at Bilderberg Academy. one of them shows the siblings (in their superhero uniforms of Spider-Man and Iron Phoenix respectively) taking one with Lee standing next to them.
  • New Champions Assemble!” - Lee appears as a guest in the dance at Baxter Institute, where he is shown greeting Reed Richards and Cameron Potts Stark.
  • Fearful Symmetry” - Lee is shown as the driver of the Baxter Institute students' school bus.
  • When Nature Calls” - Lee is shown in the beginning of the episode as a librarian of a public library comically oblivious to the fight between Spider-Man's team and the Animal supervillains Lizard and Sabretooth happening behind him (a table nearly hits him as well) due to the fact that he is listening to classical music. He walks out of the library as the fight continues. This moment is similar to Lee's cameo in Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man.
  • Monster Mayhem” - Lee appears in the end of the episode when children go trick-or-treating in New York during Halloween. One of the neighbors who deliver the treats, he appears in his home wearing an Iron Man helmet and a pair of gloves and making Iron Man's pose, on which he says: "Prepare to feel the power of the Invincible Iron Stan!" and delivers the treats (which comw out of his costume's gloves) while saying "Excelsior!". These lines are taken from Lego Marvel's Avengers (2016).
  • Dark Designs” - TBD
  • Shadow and Light” - TBD
  • The Goblin War, Part 1: Rise of a Overlord” - TBD
  • The Goblin War, Part 2: Green Insanity” - TBD

Avengers' Arc

  • Our National Treasure” - Lee can be seen during the prologue, attending to Steve Rogers and Carol Danvers' wedding.
  • The Tiger and the Hawk” - Lee can be seen as a pedestrian reading a newspaper while the Avengers fighting the Sakaarians in New York. Oblivious of the fight, Lee is shown calmly standing still and reading the newspaper before leaving while the Hulk saves him from getting hit by a Sakaarian gunship.
  • Inhuman Bloodlines” - During Crystal's first visit to the Avengers Tower, numerous portraits of the Avengers are shown in the walls. Stan Lee is shown in one of the portraits which was taken with Tony Stark and Natasha Romanoff.
  • The Exorcism of Natasha Romanoff” - During the scene of Black Widow's flashback of her mission with Ronin (in his old mantle of Hawkeye) in Budapest, Lee can be seen as a tourist whom Romanoff saves from a attacker as Lee leaves saying: "Gee! Thanks, True Believer!". These lines are taken from the Lego games.
  • Daughters' Day” - Lee is shown in Baxter Institute next to Anya Corazon, who wonders if the suit Michelle Cage Jones is forging for her will fit her well. Lee is heard replying: “It always fits, eventually.”. This dialogue is taken from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018).
  • Universal Sportsmanship” - Lee appears as a referee at the Volleyball match between the Bilderberg Academy and Midtown High teams.
  • Shadows of Hydra” - Lee (along with his wife Joan) appears as a citizen viewing the rising Independence Day fireworks launched in New York.
  • Vibranium Blood” - In the moment Red Lynx rushes around New York leaping over the rooftops at night, Lee can be seen in a billboard sponsoring Horizon Labs.
  • A.I.M. High” - At the moment Starforce is about to enter the Daily Bugle building while flying, Lee (presumably aware that she was coming) is shown calmly opening the door just as she makes it in. After she thanks him for letting her in, he responds: "Smiling Stan Lee at your service." before leaving. This dialogue is taken from Lego Marvel's Avengers (2016).
  • Labour Day” - Lee is shown dining at the same restaurant Bruce Banner / Hulk is having lunch with his children in the beginning of the episode.
  • Skull Island” - TBD
  • The Need for Speed” - TBD
  • The Hydra War, Part 1: Descent of the Shadow” - TBD
  • The Hydra War, Part 2: House of M” - TBD

Guardians of the Galaxy's Arc

  • Rocket Man” - Lee appears as a janitor in Midtown High School as he watches news of Star-Lord, Gamora and Rocket Raccoon defeating Jackal before he notices Raymond Warren walking around and, seeing the scars on his face, says: “I think I know that guy.”, implying awareness that Warren is the Jackal. This dialogue is taken from The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
  • Guardians at the Gate” - Lee can be seen next to Reed Richards / Mister Fantastic and the Fantastic Four as they welcome Emperor D'Ken Neramani and Princess Lilandra of the Shi'ar Empire.
  • The Flerken Sleeps Tonight” - Lee is briefly seen as a janitor at Oscorp at the beginning of the episode. He sighs relieved to have finished cleaning until Cougar breaks out of the facility while the dobermans run away in panic. Horrified with the damage, he complains: "Oh, man! I am so fired.". This dialogue is taken from Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014).
  • The World I Knew” - Lee appears as one of the Nova Corps medics carrying the injured Nova Corps pilot out of the Gillan Farm.
  • Hot Stuff” - During the montage of Nathan Quill / Star-Lord and Zoe Gillan / Gamora spending a good time with Ann-Gell / Firestar, Lee is shown selling ice cream for them at a amusement park.
  • Back to Black” - Lee can be seen reading a newspaper in San Francisco at night before noticing a whooshing (Venom rushing around the city in the shadows) behind him.
  • Space Oddity” - Lee can be seen as one of the golfers in the golf course where Yondu Udonta and Rocket Raccoon are golfing.
  • Who Let the Man-Wolf Out?” - Lee is shown as a window cleaner, cleaning windows in a building near the community detention center where Flash Thompson is incarcerated at, and is shown greeting Dante Pertuz / Inferno and Luna Snow, who wave back at him. After Hector Quill fails to break Thompson out of the center, Lee scolds at Hector, yelling: "Don't make me come down there, you punk!", forcing Hector to flee. This dialogue is taken from Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017).
  • (I Am) Iron Man” - Lee can be shown in frame portrait at the halls of Stark Industries. The picture depicts him holding a Iron Man helmet resembling the one he wore as "Iron Stan" in Lego Marvel's Avengers.
  • Superstitious” - Lee appears in the end of the episode greeting Reed Richards (who was away with Susan Storm and the Guardians of the Galaxy in space) and passing him some of the files about the next school projects. He is heard saying: “Welcome back to the Baxter, Dr. Richards. I have got the usual for you. Good to have you back, sir.” - This dialogue is taken from Fantastic Four (2005), where Lee portrayed Willie Lumpkin.
  • Thunderstruck” - TBD
  • Welcome to the Jungle” - TBD
  • The Kree War, Part 1: The Final Countdown” - TBD
  • The Kree War, Part 2: Don't Stop Believin'” - TBD

Infinity Arc

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