During World War II, Steve Rogers volunteered to receive the experimental Super-Soldier Serum. Enhanced to the pinnacle of human physical potential and armed with an unbreakable shield, he became Captain America. After a failed mission left him encased in ice for decades, he was found and revived by the Avengers. Later joining their ranks and eventually becoming the team's leader.
Tony Stark was the arrogant son of wealthy, weapon manufacturer Howard Stark. Tony cared only about himself, but he would have a change of heart after he was kidnapped by terrorists and gravely injured. Pressured to create a weapon of mass destruction, Stark instead created a suit of armor powerful enough for him to escape. Tony uses his vast resources and intellect to make the world a better place as The Invincible Iron Man. Stark's super hero identity led him to become a founding member of the Avengers.
Simon Williams was made into a being of pure ionic energy by Baron Zemo and became the impossibly, powerful Wonder Man. Meant to aid the Masters of Evil in their campaign against the Avengers, Wonder Man found himself sympathizing with the heroes and joined their team instead. He has remained an Avengers mainstay ever since, despite his constant insecurities and battles with his own mortality.
The world knows Wanda Maximoff as the Scarlet Witch, with probability manipulation and reality-warping abilities. Twin sister of Quicksilver, mother to Wiccan and Speed, and ex-wife of the Vision; Wanda has taken on many roles throughout her life but will forever be known for causing the Decimation.
Trained by criminals and inspired by heroes, Clint Barton has grown from a troubled youth into one of the greatest heroes on Earth. The world knows him best as Hawkeye: Earth's Mightiest Marksman. A member of the Avengers for many years, he has left the team on occasion because of team friction. But he always returns, ready to face any threat.
Vision is an artificial intelligence, a "synthezoid" created by the villain Ultron and an Avenger who possesses the power to alter his density at will. Having gained a modicum of humanity, Vision is always afraid he may one day lose touch with it.
Trained to be an assassin with her microwave-manipulating mutant powers, Firestar instead grew to be a popular hero. She spent years as a member of both the New Warriors and the Avengers, retired during Marvel's Civil War, and later joined the Young Allies. She is currently a member of the X-Men, while at the same time teaching physics at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.
Hank Pym is a scientific genius, a founding member of the Avengers, the creator of Pym Particles and of Ultron, and a modern-day superhero who suffers from a Bipolar disorder. He has acted under many memorable identities such as Ant-Man, Giant Man, Goliath, Yellowjacket, and the Wasp. He is also the Earth's Scientist Supreme, as decreed by Eternity.
Thor Odinson is the All-father of Asgard /God of Thunder, offspring of All-Father Odin & the Elder Earth-Goddess Gaea. Combining the powers of both realms makes him an elder-god hybrid and a being of limitless potential. Armed with his enchanted Uru hammer Mjolnir which helps him to channel his godly energies. The mightiest and the most beloved warrior in all of Asgard, a staunch ally for good and one of the most powerful beings in the multiverse/omniverse. Thor is also a founding member of the Avengers.
Philip Jarvert was from an alternate universe and opposed the Avengers as a member of the Gatherers. After severing ties with the villains, he joined with the Avengers and is romantically involved with fellow Gatherer and Avenger, Magdalene.
A survivor of child abuse, Vance Astrovik first called himself Marvel Boy but later changed his name to Justice after time spent in jail for the accidental killing of his father. A founding and former member of the New Warriors, Justice is also a member of the Avengers.
Kyle Richmond was a thrill-seeking playboy who became the costumed adventurer Nighthawk. Starting out as a villain, Richmond soon found altruism a greater pursuit. As Nighthawk, he became mainstay of the Defenders, and has also acted alongside the Squadron Supreme, the Redeemers, the Thunderbolts and the Initiative.
Arcanna is a powerful sorceress and member of the Squadron Supreme from the alternate universe of Earth-712.
Hyperion is Marvel's first Superman pastiche. He is most often associated with the super-team known as the Squadron Supreme and was an Avenger at one point. Though he is one of many active versions across a myriad of alternate universes, Hyperion is still one of the mightiest super-humans in the Marvel Multiverse.
The inhumanly powerful Power Princess, named Zarda, is a superhero who has been a member of both Squadron Supreme and the Exiles.
Joseph Ledger is a former astronaut who is given a prism of power to became the superhero Doctor Spectrum. He is a founding member of the Squadron Supreme. There have been several versions of this hero in the alternate universe's of Marvel Comics.
Magdalene was a hero from a different reality and later became an honorary member of the Avengers
The Whizzer is the super fast member of the Squadron Supreme. Stanley Stewart is the third individual to use Whizzer name. The Whizzer is an analogue to DC Comic's Flash.
A former member of the Redeemers and Squadron Supreme, Haywire has the ability to make limitless steel-like wire come from his fingers and can entangle people in them.
The diminutive genius known as Tom Thumb from Earth-712 was the first to use the the name as a hero and resident brainiac of the Squadron Surpreme. The second man to use the name of Tom Thumb is a size altering member of another Earth's Squadron Supreme (Earth-31916).
The tragic lady with the voice of a lark, violated by villain and friend alike, now a reborn into a raptor in the skies for justice.
Wyatt McDonald is the finest archer of Earth-712, home to the Squadron Supreme. However, despite his brilliant skills, he has been removed from the Squadron for brainwashing his former girlfriend, Lady Lark.
A wealthy entrepreneur and enemy of the Avengers and Squadron Supreme.
A super-strong, nearly invulnerable large blob of a man, who is also a bit of a simpleton. Member of Marvel's Earth 31916 Squadron Supreme. Punching Shape is liking punching a large rubber ball. He began as an analogue of DC Comics' Clayface and became more of an analogue of Plastic Man.
Blue Eagle was a longtime member of the Squadron Supreme, he died during a battle with Nighthawk's Redeemers.
This edit will also create new pages on Comic Vine for:
Until you earn 1000 points all your submissions need to be vetted by other
Comic Vine users. This process takes no more than a few hours and we'll
send you an email once approved.
Use your keyboard!
Log in to comment