Throughout the years, every Avengers movie has introduced new characters and changed the status quo about who is the MCU’s most powerful superhero.
Since Earth’s most powerful superheroes were first gathered in The Avengers in 2012, the MCU has officially turned them into a superhero squad. They have fought various villains in their efforts to keep our planet safe. But even though they are superpowers and almost invincible, that does not mean this squad has not faced unfortunate failures.
Starting with the original six members Iron Man, Hulk, Black Widow, Thor, Hawkeye, and Captain America (the list of heroes appearing in the Avengers movies has continuously changed). In Avengers: Age of Ultron, our superhero team members have a little bit of a change with the addition of Scarlet Witch, Vision, War Machine and Falcon, meanwhile, some bright members Again, accidentally “retired”.
In Avengers: Infinity War, it’s really hard to pinpoint who actually joined the Avengers team with heroes working separately after the defeat between Tony Stark and Steve Rogers in Captain. America: Civil War. This seemed to play a crucial role in their loss to Thanos, who successfully stole half of all life in the galaxy using the Infinity Stones.
Finally, in Avengers: Endgame, all the heroes in the MCU have gathered together in the battle with the mad Titan. No matter how the official list of the Avengers team members in each movie changes, every threat in every Avengers movie ensures our characters have enough time to act. their skills.
With the number of MCU superheroes appearing in each Avengers movie, who is the strongest?
The Avengers – Hulk
Marvel Studios solidified their plan for an interconnected universe through The Avengers, bringing together all of the characters in their Phase 1 to fight Loki. As for the fans, there’s a lot of excitement to see their superheroes gather together in a movie.
While quite a few people were ready to join the mission, Bruce Banner was not; at this point, Bruce Banner still feels uneasy about being the Hulk.
In fact, once on the team, this character became an extremely important part of Banner’s intellect which proved to be helpful in uncovering the mystery of Loki’s scepter – the Mind Stone. On his side, the Hulk is the “tool” to show his strength, the Hulk’s rage in the Battle of New York defeated countless Chitauris and even defeated Loki. And in this movie, no one can really control the Hulk on Hellicarrier. So there is no doubt that Hulk becomes the most powerful superhero in the first Avengers movie.
Ranked second in the Avengers power rankings is Thor – the only hero that can go up against the Hulk. While he couldn’t completely contain the green rage monster, he was able to fight the Hulk pretty evenly. And their intense fight has finally been reappeared in Thor: Ragnarok, where the Hulk finally defeats the God of Thunder.
Avengers: Age Of Ultron – Vision
Born of Tony Stark’s hope for an Earth better prepared in the event of an alien attack. But in reality, Ultron became a threat in Avengers: Age of Ultron. But for some reason our original Avengers superheroes became “weakened” and forced them to resort to the creation of Vision, who was supposed to be the perfect version of Ultron.
Believed to have bodies made of vibranium thanks to the hands of Ultron and Helen Cho, Vision is powered by the Mind Stone. This was supposed to be the perfect body for Ultron, but this body was stolen by the Avengers team and uploaded with Stark’s artificial intelligence, Jarvis.
Vision also deserved to use the Mjölnir hammer as he easily lifted it and gave it to Thor. Vision’s powers were fully demonstrated in Age of Ultron in the final battle against Ultron and his army.
Avengers: Infinity War – Thor
Stemming from the defeat between Tony Stark and Steve Rogers in Captain America: Civil War, the Avenger team essentially ceased to exist in Avengers: Infinity War. Superheroes scatter across the universe to fight Thanos. While this wasn’t the best plan against the mad Titan, it did allow the movie to come up with a long list of characters in the respective length of time.
And perhaps this time Thor will top the power chart in Avengers: Infinity War. He survived the Asgardian ship explosion; directly takes the energy of a star in Nidavellir, and then participates in the final battle in Wakanda, with an exceptionally impressive (and powerful) appearance. If the God of Thunder had cut the right neck of Thanos, Thor might have prevented this mad Titan’s “who resented” snap.
But in terms of magic power, in this movie there are two other characters who have proven themselves to be the top heroes in Infinity War, which are Doctor Strange and Scarlet Witch.
Avengers: Endgame – Captain Marvel
The failure of Thanos in Avengers: Endgame is due to the cooperation from all heroes in the MCU. But the final action installment of the film gave some excellent head-to-head battles between the Mad Titan and several characters. Captain Marvel showed strength when she went up against Thanos.
At some point, the mad Titan even tried to ram her in the head, but it didn’t affect Carol Danvers at all. She was impressively shown her powers when Captain Marvel opened the mad Titan’s fist to pull out the Infinity Gauntlet. Only when Thanos used the Power Stone to defeat this superheroine that he could escape Carol’s power.
In second place in Avengers: Endgame is Scarlet Witch, who looked for Thanos after she resurrected through Smart Hulk’s second snap.
Spurred by grief over Vision’s death, she used her powers to control the energy to attack the Mad Titan relentlessly. Scarlet Witch might have finished off Thanos right then and there when she gripped Thanos’ entire body and stripped off his armor and lifted him into the air, she even broke this evil man’s sword. Without the assistance of his henchmen, chances are Thanos would have died at the hands of Wanda.