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Marvel has been responsible for the production of some of the most pristine fables in the entire monolithic expanse of fiction. Constructing narrative arcs that are of such a worthy calibre of its pre-eminence of immaculate conception, that it is incomparable to any other. And the silver screen depictions of the multitude of alums and their accommodating parables are an achievement to "marvel" at.
The MCU has been innovative, rebellious, subversive, and just all-round amazing. But there are certainly some propositions that could be made in the interest of either enhancing or preserving the already established magnificence, as some of the most prominent reservations held about the franchise is their-inconsistently so, but-unremarkable overall depiction of the villains.
Constructive criticisms of the portrayal of them pertain to the consisting perfunctory disservice in the representation of some of the more ominously esteemed dreadful debauchees, like the Mandarin, or simply the inauspicious selection of a particular dastardly antagonist for a certain film.
Of course, there are some veritable successes in this region as well-specifically in the instance of Loki. But there are still some possibilities for the realisation of the as of yet uncultivated resources from the original material that is boundless. The intent behind this list is obviously and implicitly fundamental in a resolute suggestion of ten supervillains that desperately need representation in the MCU.
Doctor Gregorz Shapanka was a scientist under the employ of Stark Industries and is for once not a quintessential example of the charismatic billionaire creating his own demons in a debatably nihilistic penchant he has in his own life. As his dismissal from his former role came as a consequence of his attempted theft of minerals from the company's scientific division that impelled his descent into the degenerated life of criminality.
He eventually completed the development of a suit that accommodates his abilities of extremely cold projectile discharge, ice mist emission, minute snow and sleet blizzard expulsion, ice dart production, and the production of frost cascades and ice slides. Stunts undertaken while under the new found vocation of enrolment within the ranks of Hammer Industries, The Masters Of Evil and Mach-IVs Thunderbolts are participated in by the second custodian of the "Blizzard" title, Donnie Gill, and would see him in contention for the portrayal of the character in the MCU, to be the thorn in the side of heroes other than just exclusively Iron Man, to be fair(should he exit the franchise). And the maniacal genius he flaunts would be a daunting presence to impose.
A genetical abomination synthetically birthed the Man-Beast as the result of an accident with the genetic accelerator of the High Evolutionary, when a wolf was placed inside; Crafting a sentient being with remarkable intellect and tangible physical abilities of superhuman strength and endurance, and senses of perception. Therefore rendering the humanoid werewolf more than a simplistic superficial animal.
Defeat to Thor denoted his exile to space and the subsequent arrival on Counter-Earth, where a retributive vendetta on the High Evolutionary transpired-Preceding the attempted conquering of the entire planet. And experience in animus with Adam Warlock, Hulk, Spiderman, Quicksilver, and being the spearheading leader of the despicable legions of minions he created using the same very device responsible for his own genesis validates a potential appearance that would introduce a hulking adversary for perhaps a more insular film, without being a baseless entity.
Character, Origin & Abilities
In some ways a comical or histrionic nemesis of primarily Spiderman and Daredevil, but iconic and imposing all the same, as persistently avowed by the immaculate Spiderman cartoons of the 1990s and 2000s; Quentin Beck began his career as an illusionist and special effects designer in Hollywood, but avariciously was influenced to a conceit of greed and subsequent villainy, and usage of machinations of manipulative deceit in order to combat the drive of justice deposing his mischief by the Spider and the Daredevil. Again, not a grandiose nemesis of the most monumental scale, but threatening and willfully malevolent enough to provide sufficient enough hindrance to the plights of the heroes through his self-belief that can't be faulted.
The chaotic distributor of miasmic catastrophe has already been rumoured to be appearing in the on-screen Spiderverse, pending the success of the Venom film, and while perhaps a little similar to the symbiotic being-Cletus Cassidy became imbued with the parasitic abilities of superhuman strength, swinging line discharge, the negation of Spiderman's sensory capabilities as a subsequence of being imprisoned in the same cell as the host of the Venom symbiote, Eddie Brock,
The emancipation of the already established delinquent from the anti-heroism of the black symbiote lead to the inadvertent abandonment of a red vestigial spawn that bonded with him. He is extremely volatile, unrestrained and demonic, and the wrath that Carnage has exacted in affiliation with Doppelganger, Demogoblin, Shriek, and Carrion should not be underestimated, and the deeply seated relationship it shares with its host(where they view each other as one and the same) makes them profoundly and almost physically inseparable-to manufacture a truly terrifying potential addition for a more horror-centric tale for the films.
Sergei Kravinoff is seemingly perpetually endowed with copious volumes of testosterone and adrenaline to fuel his undying effervescence for the thrill of the hunt of wild species as the greatest game hunter in the world. Originating from an upbringing amongst the crew of an African Safari after his Russian parents' death, and the synthesis of a mystical serum that augmented and enhanced his physical strength, speed and endurance to emphatic extents, and an unmatched arsenal proficiency.
He lives and dies with his fiendish ambition for the ultimate and extraordinary achievement of killing Spiderman. And relentless attempts-both autonomously and while in union with the Sinister Six-that failed to accomplish that goal saw eventual success, when he tranquilised Parker and buried him alive. Then proceeding to adopt the duties of the wall-crawler to prove himself unequivocally superior complemented his indomitable spirit, and its containment in a villain in this way would be an invaluable asset to the cinematic universe indubitably, as it could be argued that it is antithetically optimistic to any other of Kraven's ilk.
The villain's title is kind of self-explanatory in that it cannot be misconstrued at how paramount a figure Wilson Fisk is within the realms of organised crime and corrupt dictatorship. A tyrannical mastermind in the manipulations of the world's economy on a global scale, and astoundingly proficient in physical combat-With a body composed almost entirely out of muscle, despite its deceivingly bulky appearance. He has been a prominently significant adversary for Spiderman, the Punisher and Daredevil, and has exploited the talents of Bullseye, Elektra, Cher, Typhoid Mary and others in his financial conquest. It was an exponentially incredible ascension to the heights of power and affluent fortune he amassed after the humble beginnings where the physical torment imposed on him by bullies at age 12 inspired his training to enhance his body to its muscular integrity. The perfect embodiment of self-made man, and a worthy exposition within the cinematic features.
A creation of scientists working tirelessly at Advanced Idea Mechanics(or AIM) that inevitably backfired, in a return to avenge the atrocity that attempting to produce an organic computer from the former agent George Tarleton. Given the responsibility to analyse the Cosmic Cube resulted in the actions of the being that was initially deemed the Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing as per the deduction by MODOK that an impelled reign of his own supremacy was the only rational procedural course.
Superhuman mental and psionic abilities, teleportation between AIM headquarters locations and access to weaponry were abetted by the usurpation of those in charge and revenge on Monica Rappacinni after she enacted the same feat of subjugation upon him. A genius of defilement with a vicious cycle of retributive rage surrounding him-he is as worthy a candidate for delineation in feature films as any other.
MacDonald Gargan became the Scorpion after his former life as a private instigator lead him to the fate of being subject of doctor Farley Stilworth's assimilative experimentations-attributing animals with the characteristics and abilities of others. He has been privileged to unmatched strength and speed, and a mechanical tail that he is equipped with that can dispell electrical blasts and administer toxic stings from within while enabling propulsion into the air during his villainous escapades autonomously or as a member of the Norman Osbourne lead New Avengers in animus with Spiderman.
It is the portrait of a man that is off-kilter, and entirely a victim of being driven beyond the limits of his own sanity. And he would be an exceedingly fantastic project to contribute to the overall development of Spiderman as a character, and potentially some of his allies, as well.
Vlad Tepes' Dracula was born in Schassburg, Transylvania in 1430, and rose to the throne in 1456; impaling those responsible for the assassination of his father, and beginning a vicious and ruthless war with the Turks to impale them as well. It earned him the notorious title of "Vlad the Impaler", but in 1459, a defeat to the Turk Turac caused his death-And the gipsy healer, Lianda(who was actually a vampire), bit him to commence the transformation into the coveted and feared monster. Defeating the vampire leader Nimrod facilitated his claim to the epitome of the immortal hierarchy as well.
The introduction of the charisma and omnipotent powers of blood transfusion through bites, influence over the will of others and transformation into a bat, wolf or mist in addition to the implicit immortality would be a perfect implementation of the more mystical side of fantasy in the MCU. And the encounters with hordes of vampires would prove more than a match for the heroes, and lead to multiple enthralling narrative progressions.
The extra-dimensional entity of mystery and formidably frightening agency; Mephisto possesses such an extraordinary degree of potent malevolence, that he is convincing as an imitator of the god of the underworld, Satan himself. And immortality, possession of innumerable souls for assimilation, shape-shifting, unlimited abilities of magical manipulation and durability, and godlike strength have factored in heavily during encounters with Silver Surfer, the Fantastic Four, Daredevil, Ghost Rider, Doctor Strange, Thor and most recently, Spiderman(in the controversial bargain the two made over the mortality of Aunt May) make him unrivalled on almost all fronts.
Any contrived superlatives to justify why it would be an immensely beneficial decision to include Mephisto within the MCU should really be redundant, as he justifies himself by the sheer brilliance of his superiority complex and malignancy. He has had every reason to be revered and feared throughout the realms of the multiverse, and the hell dimension-Even by the gallant Avengers themselves.