Villains Appearing on Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes

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  • Responsible for WWII on show.

  • Not sure which man is in the suit.

  • I honestly didn't know this guy even existed in comics! Quite frankly I was surprised to find him.

  • Called "MODOC", "K" for Killing replaced by "C" for Conquest

  • Leader of Hydra. Served the Red Skull in WWII. Uses a mystical red arm to maintain his youth.

  • Member of Hydra, one of Baron Strucker's top agents.

  • Not the Red Hulk on the show, but still a pain in the Hulk's ass.

  • Powers appear to be radiation-based, rather than his magical origin in the comics.

  • His origins seem more in line with Movieverse as according to the official website he was a member of the British SAS before his transformation.

  • Mostly the same as comic book version. Started with classic look before mutating into his larger brain form.

  • Leader of the U-Foes. Powers appear to be gamma rather than cosmic in origin.

  • Member of U-Foes. Powers are gamma-based.

  • Powerhouse of the U-Foes. Abilities are gamma based as well.

  • U-Foes Member. Wears a containment suit not seen in the comics.

  • Seems to be a gamma monster rather than an android.

  • Prisoner of the Cube. Has not been established if he's the Leader's brother on the series.

  • Prisoner in the Big House.

  • Prisoner of the Big House. First villain caught in the Avengers' first official outing.

  • Prisoner of the Vault. Costume looks a lot like Captain Cold's.

  • So far identical to comic counterpart.

  • Works with Loki. Feelings toward Thor as contradictory as the comics appearing to both and hate him.

  • Silent servant of the Enchantress.

  • Leader of the Wrecking Crew. Powers are radiation-based rather than magical.

  • Member of Wrecking Crew. Same origin differences with other members.

  • Member of Wrecking Crew. Same differences as other members.

  • Member of Wrecking Crew. Same differences as the rest.

  • Prisoner of the Vault. Costume seems to be an amalgamation of the second and third Chemistros. Decked by Hawkeye.

  • I'm not certain if this is the actual character, but a female Whiplash was seen as a prisoner of the Vault.

  • Tech-based as he was in his early appearances. Wears a new costume. Cut off a piece of Iron Man's armor.

  • The official site has confirmed that the Baron Zemo on the series is Heinrich. Rather than have father and son Zemos, they had Heinrich wear first the original, and then the version of his suit worn by his son. He has remained alive through various genetic upgrades and treatments. Also suffers from exposure to his own Virus X weapon for which he needs treatment for.

  • Shown briefly as an inmate of the Raft.

  • Briefly appears as an inmate of the Raft.

  • Prisoner of the Cube. Abilities are apparently radioactive in origin.

  • Allied with Hydra. Acts as a high-tech weapons manufacturer that sells to criminals.

  • Seen attempting to buy Stark-tech from AIM. Heavily implied that she serves Doctor Doom.

  • Prisoner of the Big House along with his Super Apes. Seems the same as comic counterpart.

  • Servants of the Red Ghost, imprisoned with their master in the Big House.

  • Caught by Wasp, sent to Big House, later escapes.

  • Imprisoned in the Big House.

  • Super-soldier created by HYDRA to counter Captain America. Instead of Zemo it is the Skull who is responsible for Bucky's death and Cap's hibernation.

  • Ruler of a future timeline who believes Captain America is responsible for its destruction. Determined to preserve it by conquering the present.

  • Save for his head and some prototypes Ultron hasn't appeared yet, but has been referenced several times. Confirmed to appear as an enemy by the official website.

  • Criminal scientist who is initially human before being turned into a being of sound.

  • Killed T'Chaka in ritual combat to become ruler of Wakanda. Was later deposed by his son, the Black Panther.

  • The future first united to battle him after he escaped the Raft. This version worked for Nick Fury on recreating the Super-soldier serum. When he gained his powers, Fury turned on him, inspiring vengeance when he awoke from his induced sleep.

  • Prisoner of the Big House. Intellect seems to be enhanced by cybernetics as he wears a wig to cover the cybernetics. Accurately predicted the coming of the mass breakout of the four prisons.

  • Inmate imprisoned in the Big House.

  • Prisoner in the Big House.

  • Prisoner of the Big House. Member of Hydra and longtime ally of Baron Zemo.

  • Creation of Arnim Zola. Used to attack the Avengers after Cap's revival.

  • Agent of Hydra. Goes by her Madame Hydra moniker.

  • Prisoner of the Cube. Has a different look as he wears a suit of armor. He can be identified as he has the same symbol on his chest as his comic book counterpart.

  • Mar-Vel's superior officer, sent the Sentry to Earth.

  • Has yet to appear in person, but his image has been shown as being one of the escaped prisoners.

  • He and his people were killed in war with the Frost giants. Unlike his canon-self, Malekith is an undead being, Aside from that he is the same as his comicbook counterpart.

  • Appears in a more snakelike form, but can be identified by his mechanical arms and tail. They are visibly metal unlike his comic appearance.

  • Appears same as in canon.

  • Appears same as canon.

  • A bit buffy, bulkier, and a tad more reptilian, but for the most part the same as canon.