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Armadillo is a slow-witted man tricked into an inhuman form. He is a criminal by circumstance with few other options in front of him.
Blackout creates darkness wherever he goes, producing a light dampening field around him, allowing him to go on murderous rampages using his implanted fangs and carry out revenge on Ghost Rider.
A U.S. army sergeant was discharged and put into jail became one of the strongest members of The Wrecking Crew.
Bushwacker is primarily a cyborg killer with an arm adapted so that it can be used as a variety of projectile weapons.
Carnage is the result of a spawning of a separate extraterrestrial symbiote worn by Venom. Carnage bonded with serial killer Cletus Kasady, creating one of Spider-Man’s most murderous adversaries.
Transformed by a device called a Evolutionizer.
Calvin Carr is the third man to use the Chemistro identity.
The Controller is former scientist who was crippled in a laboratory accident. He wears a powered exoskeleton to provide him movement and built slave discs to control the behavior of others.
The Corruptor was a worker at a pharmaceutical company who manufactured psychoactive substances. He was exposed to the chemicals in a fire and gained the ability to bring out others worst tendencies.
Originally, Count Nefaria was just an ambitious Maggia Don who hired mad scientists and super-villains. Later, he became super-powered himself. He is one of the Avengers' most powerful enemies, although not one of their most recurring.
Usually an henchman of the Red Skull. He has been the leader of the Skeleton Crew.
A former CIA Agent, who became a criminal and organized a army of mercenaries. He lost his left eye and left ear in an explosion. His left eye is a cybernatic implant now.
Arthur Blackwood heeds the call of his ancestors and becomes the Crusader. He has fought numerous heroes including Thor, Wolverine, Luke Cage and Nate Gray.
A minor thug and assassin who is proficient in the use of edged weapons.
Twisted genetic genius and enemy of Godzilla in Marvel Comics!
An electrifying supervillain of Spider-Man
Elektra is Daredevil's most fearsome enemy as well as his former lover. But she is most renowned as being the greatest assassin in the Marvel Universe.
The first person to become the Foolkiller. He is a vigilante serial-killer on a mission to eliminate the amoral "fools" in society. There have been five people who have assumed the mantle.
The Grey Gargoyle can turn his body into stone and others into stone for a period of one hour.
Spider-Man villain with Hydrokinesis, often part of teams with vendettas against the wall-crawler.
Ironclad is a member of the U-Foes, a small group
of criminals that tried to duplicate the crash of that gave the Fantastic Four their powers.
Billy "The Beaut" Russo was a handsome young thug until the Punisher introduced his face to a plate glass window, permanently disfiguring him.
Dutch criminal with Cobra like powers.
Mutant super-villain who can control women with his pheromones.
An immensely powerful and chronically insecure character, Owen Reece has the power to control all matter and energy. Although often cast as a misunderstood villain, he has also at times acted as a hero.
There have been many that have gone by the name Mr. Fear.
Inspired by the famous novel, Zabo concocted a similar formula. Repeated use of this formula destroyed his sanity. He is in Prison at the moment.
Nitro is a supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe and was created by Jim Starlin. Him exploding is what started the Superhuman Registration Act and the Marvel Civil War.
The amoral industrialist Norman Osborn was transformed by an experimental serum into the maniacal Green Goblin, and has endured over the decades as Spider-Man's most dreaded archenemy. Osborn is known for being the killer of Gwen Stacy, the architect of the Clone Saga, and the one-time director of S.H.I.E.L.D.
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