The villain played by Josh Brolin has proven that this is the villain who caused the most difficulties for the Avengers and heroes of the MC ever. Loki (Tom Hiddleston), Ultron (James Spader), Ronan the Accuser (Lee Pace), and many other villains that have appeared are undoubtedly worthy rivals for our superheroes, but the The danger they pose is still nothing compared to what Thanos did.
As one of the most powerful creatures in the multiverse, Thanos easily defeated Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) in melee combat and was also capable of facing a host of superheroes. Even Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) could not defeat this mad Titan in one-on-one war, and had to rely on other heroes to restrain Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War.
When Thanos achieved his goal and assembled the Infinity Gauntlet, he strengthened his position and became the greatest villain in the MCU by wiping out half of the universe. And of course, the MCU had to make another movie so that our superheroes could beat Thanos.
However, many other villains, such as Baron Zemo (Daniel Brühl) and Marvel’s Taskmaster will be able to be extremely interesting villains, but no matter how strong these two characters are, surely. nor can he rival Thanos. So is there any expected villain to appear in the near future of the MCU that could be stronger and crazier than Thanos?
The Celestials are a race like gods and are capable of destroying entire planets and wiping out civilizations. Celestials are portrayed as characters that play a major role in the Marvel universe – especially from the race’s landings on Earth. They are believed to have created the Big Bang and the planets of the universe.
According to the original comic book, 4 billion years ago, Progenitor was the first Celestial to set foot on Earth, when this entity was infected from a swarm of space locusts. His death turned the Earth into a birthplace of beings with superpowers many years later; creating races such as Eternal, Deviant and Human.
Therefore, in the upcoming MCU movies, when the species on Earth anger them, our planet will be in serious danger. It’s no surprise that they are more dangerous characters to the MCU than Thanos, given the fact that they created the Eternals.
Kang The Conqueror
Kang the Conqueror has been in comics for almost six decades. He is considered one of the evil people with an influence equal to Thanos in the Marvel Universe. His real name is Nathaniel Richards and was born in the 31st Century. After discovering time travel technology invented by Doctor Doom, Nathaniel returned to ancient Egypt and ruled under the title Pharaoh Rama-Tut . However, the villain was overthrown by the Fantastic Four.
Admittedly, the antagonist in Ant-Man 3, Kang the Conqueror (Jonathan Majors) doesn’t have the same basic powers as the MCU’s Thanos, but his intelligence and arsenal have brought this villain to the level. by Mad Titan. His ability to go anywhere in the timeline makes it possible for him to threaten the MCU in ways Thanos couldn’t. Kang can cause irreversible damage to different timelines in the multiverse and cause all kinds of world-ending disasters.
So far, it is unclear exactly when Marvel will bring Galactus into the MCU, but it is possible that this will be a character that will be discovered eventually. As an eternal cosmic entity that feeds on planets, Galactus is the only creature of the old universe that has survived the terrible Big Bang and is also one of the most powerful forces in the Marvel Universe. Even Thanos recognized this villain as a potential threat for some time.
However, for Galactus, our superheroes in the present time are just fleas that he can make to disappear with just a swipe.
Arguably one of the greatest battles in the history of the Avengers occurred in the late 1970s when they went against Michael Korvac, who secretly stole some Power Cosmic from Galactus.
Equipped with Power Cosmic, Korvac has many impressive abilities at its disposal. Unlike other villains, the Korvac does not want to dominate the world; what he really wants is to make the world a better place.
Naturally, the Avengers got in his way. What happened in their fight was a mess in many ways. Though the Avengers have summoned nearly every member they have, they are unable to defeat Korvac.
The only reason why Korvac did not get what he wanted was to lose faith in his own dream and commit suicide. According to many rumors, Korvac could be the enemy Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) will face in Captain Marvel 2.
Of course, how can I ignore this character, as mentioned above previous postDormammu is almost impossible to defeat in the MCU because he doesn’t actually appear in battles. Dormammu uses magical powers but it is worth mentioning that the magic that Dormammu uses is completely different from Doctor Strange. He himself is made of magic, so for him, the use of this super power is as easy as human beings like us lifting our hands and feet normally.
Another candidate for the villain role of Captain Marvel 2 is Annihilus, an alien beast and the focal point of the “Annihilation” event in Marvel Comics. In the comics, the monster is originally a prisoner of the Antimatter Negative Zone, he is also the ruler of the Negative Zone and a longtime enemy of the Fantastic Four.
Annihilus’s threat level increased by 10 times when he was finally able to leave the Antimatter Negative Zone and initiate his Annihilation Wave. During this time, Thanos was considered one of his allies, which shows just how dangerous Annihilus really is.
Usually, Thanos is the main threat in stories related to this villain, but when Annihilus appeared, Thanos seemed to be a side villain so it can be said that this evil man’s power is not at all. inferior but perhaps even stronger than Thanos.