Evolution of Scarlet Spider in cartoons

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Instagram: Scarlet Spider is a fictional character who appeared in Marvel Comics series starring Spider-Man. Scarlet Spider's costume was designed by Tom Lyle and the first appearance of the hero is in Web of Spider-Man 118. The identity of the Scarlet Spider has been used by several characters: Ben Reilly, Peter Parker (while Ben posed as him in prison), Joe Wade (a villain), a group of three Michael Van Patrick clones working with the Initiative, and Kaine. List of movies and cartoons: 1. X-Men (1992 – 1997) 2. Fantastic Four (1994 – 1996) 3. Spider-Man (1994 – 1998) 4. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017) 5. Spider-Man (2017 –.)



Evolution of Grey Hulk (Joe Fixit) in cartoons

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Transformation: Initially, Bruce would transform into the Grey Hulk at night and then back at dawn. This was subconscious due to the fact that Bruce was ashamed of the dark, not very nice thoughts the Grey Hulk represented and would only let him out at night, in the dark, where he would not be seen. Later, the change was due to will power or stress. Interestingly enough, the Grey Hulk's head shape is reminiscent of Boris Karloff as Frankenstein's Monster, while his behavior is more in line with a self-confident Mr. Hyde. The Savage Hulk, on the other hand, behaves like the aforementioned lonely, hunted Monster, but his head looks more 'human'. The Grey Hulk seems to have the ability to drive a car. List of cartoons: 1. The Incredible Hulk (1996 – 1998) 2. The Super Hero Squad Show (2009 – 2011) 3. Iron Man: Armored Adventures (2008 – 2012) 4. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017)



Evolution of Iron Fist in movies and cartoons

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Instagram: Iron Fist (Daniel Danny Rand) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by Roy Thomas and Gil Kane, Iron Fist first appeared in Marvel Premiere 15 (May 1974). The character is a practitioner of martial arts and the wielder of a mystical force known as the Iron Fist, which allows him to summon and focus his chi. He starred in his own solo series in the 1970s, and shared the title Power Man and Iron Fist for several years with Luke Cage, partnering with Cage to form the superhero team Heroes for Hire. The character has starred in numerous solo titles since, including The Immortal Iron Fist, which expanded on his origin story and the history of the Iron Fist. Iron Fist has been adapted to appear in several animated television series and video games. Finn Jones portrays the character in the live-action television series Iron Fist, The Defenders, and the upcoming second season of Luke Cage. List of movies and cartoons: 1. The Super Hero Squad Show (2009-2011) 2. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010-2012) 3. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012-2017) 4. Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Maximum Overload (2013) 5. Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers (2014-2015) 6. Iron Fist (2017 –.) 7. The Defenders (2017-.) 8. Avengers Assemble (2013-.)



Evolution of Psylocke in movies and cartoons

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Psylocke (Elizabeth Betsy Braddock) is a fictional superheroine appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, commonly in association with the X-Men. Created by writer Chris Claremont and artist Herb Trimpe in 1976, she first appeared in the Marvel UK series Captain Britain. Betsy was initially a supporting character in the adventures of her twin brother, Captain Britain, even briefly substituting for him in the role, before becoming the mutant superheroine and X-Men member Psylocke in 1986. Originally presented as a precognitive in the pages of Captain Britain and then as a telepath, the character eventually had her mind placed in the body of a Japanese female ninja known as Kwannon, gaining many of Kwannon's martial arts skills and elements of her personality. Psylocke's codename, coined by the X-Men villains Mojo and Spiral, debuted during her introduction to the X-Men stories post–Captain Britain. Later, Psylocke acquired the power of telekinesis. List of movies and cartoons: 1. X-Men (1992 – 1997) 2. X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) 3. Wolverine and the X-Men (2008 – 2009) 4. Marvel Knights: Wolverine Vs. Sabretooth (2014) 5. X-Men: Apocalypse (2016)



Evolution of Man-Spider in cartoons

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Man-Spider is a monstrous version of Spider-Man, usually resembling a giant anthropomorphic spider clad in the shredded remains of Peter's costume. When Spider-Man's body began to mutate further he sought out the help of Dr. Mariah Crawford who gave him what she believed to be a cure. However, it accelerated the changes and he grew four extra arms, for a total of eight limbs, six arms and two legs. Peter still felt he needed to capture Michael Morbius, and then the Punisher arrived to kill Spider-Man, believing the media. Spider-Man eventually mutated further into a creature dubbed Man Spider. List of cartoons: 1. Spider-Man (1994 – 1998) 2. Spider-Man Unlimited (1999 – 2001) 3. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017) 4. Spider-Man (2017 –.)



Evolution of the Absorbing Man in movies and cartoons

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The Absorbing Man (Carl Crusher Creel) is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. He first appeared in Journey into Mystery 114, cover dated March 1965, created by writer Stan Lee and writer/artist Jack Kirby. Over the years he has played a part on several Marvel Comics crossovers such as the original Secret Wars and Fear Itself. Creel was given the power to take the form of any material he touched, absorbing the property of the material itself. Over the years the power has worked both for and against him, such as being turned into water, then mixed with dirt to become mud, or once when he became cocaine and had to reassemble himself. The Absorbing Man was given his powers by the Asgardian god Loki in a plot to defeat Loki's brother Thor. During the Secret Wars storyline Creel became romantically involved with the super villain Titania and the two were linked for decades afterward. During the Fear Itself storyline, Creel comes into possession of a divine Asgardian hammer, granting him amplified powers and turning him into Greithoth: Breaker of Wills. List of movies and cartoons: 1. The Marvel Super Heroes (1966) 2. The Incredible Hulk (1996 – 1998) 3. Avengers (1999 – 2000) 4. Hulk (2003) 5. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010 – 2012) 6. Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (2013 – 2015) 7. Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers (2014 – 2015) 8. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2013 –.) 9. Avengers Assemble (2013 –.) 10. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017) 11. Spider-Man (2017 –.)



Evolution of Hulkbuster in movies and cartoons

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Instagram: List of movies and cartoons: 1. Iron Man (1994 – 1996) 2. The Incredible Hulk (1996 – 1998) 3. The Invincible Iron Man (2007) 4. Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes (2006 – 2007) 5. Iron Man: Armored Adventures (2008 – 2012) 6. The Super Hero Squad Show (2009 – 2011) 7. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010 – 2012) 8. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017) 9. Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (2013 – 2015) 10. Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United (2013) 11. Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) 12. Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Avengers Reassembled (2015) 13. Avengers Assemble (2013 –.) 14. Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell (2016) 15. Avengers: Infinity War (2018)



Evolution of Iceman in movies and cartoons

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Instagram: Iceman (Robert Louis Bobby Drake) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics and is a founding member of the X-Men. Created by writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby, the character first appeared in The X-Men 1 (September 1963). Iceman is a member of a subspecies of humans known as mutants, who are born with superhuman abilities. He has the ability to manipulate ice and cold by freezing water vapor around him. This allows him to freeze objects, as well as turn his body into ice. List of movies: 1. The Marvel Super Heroes (1966) 2. Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends (1981-1983) 3. X-Men (1992-1997) 4. X-Men (2000) 5. X-Men: Evolution (2000-2003) 6. X2 (2003) 7. X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) 8. Family Guy (1998-.) 9. Wolverine and the X-Men (2008-2009) 10. The Super Hero Squad Show (2009-2011) 11. X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014)



Evolution of Beast Boy in cartoons and TV

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Beast Boy (Garfield Logan) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, usually as a member of the teams Teen Titans and Doom Patrol. Created by writer Arnold Drake and artist Bob Brown, he first appeared in The Doom Patrol 99 (November 1965). Beast Boy has the ability to morph and transform into any animal that he has seen himself or has seen in an illustration (as is the case when he shapeshifts into an animal such as an extinct dinosaur). These transformations take only a second and Beast Boy has demonstrated that he is capable of rapidly changing his form with little or no effort expended. As a corollary to this power, he can transform back into his default form if an external force like magic transforms him into an animal. His power enables him to completely alter his body mass, being able to take the shape of animals far larger and heavier than himself, such as an elephant, a hippopotamus, or a Tyrannosaurus rex (though until recent stories, such larger forms would physically exhaust him), or smaller and lighter animals such as mice and insects. List of cartoons and TV: 1. Teen Titans (2003 – 2006) 2. Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo (2006) 3. Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2008 – 2011) 4. DC Nation Shorts (2011 – 2014) 5. Young Justice (2010 – 2013) 6. Teen Titans Go! (2013 –.) 7. DC Super Friends (2015) 8. Justice League vs. Teen Titans (2016) 9. Lego DC Comics Superheroes: Justice League - Gotham City Breakout (2016) 10. DC Super Hero Girls: Hero of the Year (2016) 11. DC Super Hero Girls (2015 –.) 12. Teen Titans: The Judas Contract (2017) 13. DC Super Hero Girls: Intergalactic Games (2017) 14. Teen Titans Go! To the Movies (2018) 15. Titans (2018 –.)



Evolution of X-23 in movies and cartoons

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Instagram: Laura Kinney, originally known as X-23, is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, most commonly in association with the X-Men. The character was originally created by writer Craig Kyle for the X-Men: Evolution television series in 2003, before debuting in the NYX comic series in 2004. Since then she has headlined two six-issue miniseries written by Kyle and Christopher Yost, a one-shot and self-titled series written by Marjorie Liu, and All-New Wolverine by Tom Taylor. X-23 is the cloned daughter of Wolverine, created to be the perfect killing machine. For years, she proved herself a capable assassin working for an organization called the Facility. A series of tragedies eventually led her to Wolverine and the X-Men. She attended school at the X-Mansion, and eventually became a member of X-Force. Like Wolverine, X-23 has a regenerative healing factor and enhanced senses, speed, and reflexes. She also has retractable adamantium-coated bone claws in her hands and feet. In 2015, the character succeeded her father in adopting the name and costume of Wolverine in the series All-New Wolverine. List of movies: 1. X-Men: Evolution (2000-2003) 2. Hulk Vs. Wolverine (2009) 3. Wolverine and the X-Men (2008-2009) 4. The Super Hero Squad Show (2009-2011) 5. Logan (2017)



Evolution of Invisible Woman in movies and cartoons

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Instagram: The Invisible Woman (Susan Sue Storm-Richards), previously known as the Invisible Girl, is a fictional superheroine appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character is a founding member of the Fantastic Four and was the first female superhero created by Marvel during the Silver Age of Comics. Sue Richards received her powers after being exposed to a cosmic storm. Her primary power deals with light waves, allowing her to render herself and others invisible. She can also project powerful fields of invisible psionic energy which she uses for a variety of offensive and defensive effects. Richards plays a central role in the lives of her hot-headed younger brother Johnny Storm, her brilliant husband Reed Richards, her close friend Ben Grimm, and her children (Franklin and Valeria). An object of infatuation for Doctor Doom and, most notably, Namor the Sub-Mariner, Sue's passive invisibility power translated into her frequent deployment as a damsel in distress during the team's early adventures. Upon developing the ability to project powerful fields of energy, Sue Storm became a more powerful member of the Fantastic Four, and the team's second-in-command with a growing assertive confidence. While Sue operated somewhat in the shadow of her brother and her husband in the early years, she is now the soul of the Fantastic Four and one of the primary heroes in the Marvel Universe. List of movies and cartoons: 1. Fantastic 4 (1967 – 1968) 2. The Fantastic Four (1978) 3. The Fantastic Four (1994) 4. Fantastic Four (1994 – 1996) 5. The Incredible Hulk (1996 – 1998) 6. Spider-Man (1994 – 1998) 7. The Simpsons (1989 –.) 8. Fantastic Four (2005) 9. Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes (2006 – 2007) 10. 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007) 11. Superhero Movie (2008) 12. Robot Chicken (2005 –.) 13. The Super Hero Squad Show (2009 – 2011) 14. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010 – 2012) 15. Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (2013 – 2015) 16. Fantastic Four (2015)



Evolution of Carnage in cartoons

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Instagram: Carnage (Cletus Kasady) is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character first appeared as Kasady in The Amazing Spider-Man 344 (March 1991) and as Carnage in The Amazing Spider-Man 360. Carnage was created by writer David Michelinie and artists Erik Larsen and Mark Bagley. The character belongs to a race of amorphous extraterrestrial parasites known as the Symbiotes. Although he is usually depicted as an enemy of Spider-Man, the character has also been an enemy of Venom. In 2009, Carnage was ranked as IGN's 90th Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time. List of cartoons: 1. Spider-Man (1994 – 1998) 2. Spider-Man Unlimited (1999 – 2001) 3. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017)



Evolution of Human Torch in movies and cartoons

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Instagram: The Human Torch is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character is a founding member of the Fantastic Four. He is writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby's reinvention of a similar, previous character, the android Human Torch of the same name and powers was created in 1939 by writer-artist Carl Burgos for Marvel Comics' predecessor company, Timely Comics. Like the rest of the Fantastic Four, Jonathan Johnny Storm gained his powers on a spacecraft bombarded by cosmic rays. He can engulf his entire body in flames, fly, absorb fire harmlessly into his own body, and control any nearby fire by sheer force of will. Flame on! which the Torch customarily shouts when activating his full-body flame effect, has become his catchphrase. The youngest of the group, he is brash and impetuous in comparison to his reticent and compassionate older sister, Susan Storm, his sensible brother-in-law, Reed Richards, and the grumbling Ben Grimm. List of movies and cartoons: 1. Fantastic 4 (1967 – 1968) 2. The Fantastic Four (1994) 3. Fantastic Four (1994 – 1996) 4. The Incredible Hulk (1996 – 1998) 5. Spider-Man (1994 – 1998) 6. The Simpsons (1989 –.) 7. Fantastic Four (2005) 8. Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes (2006 – 2007) 9. 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007) 10. Superhero Movie (2008) 11. Robot Chicken (2005 –.) 12. The Super Hero Squad Show (2009 – 2011) 13. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010 – 2012) 14. Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (2013 – 2015) 15. Fantastic Four (2015)



Evolution of Silver Banshee in cartoons and TV

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Silver Banshee is a fictional character, a supervillain appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, primarily as an opponent of Superman. However, she is a superheroine in DC Superhero Girls, similar to the Batman villainesses. Both Silver Banshees possess superhuman strength, endurance, resistance to injury (although she is not invulnerable), as well as flight. Her deadliest superpower is her sonic death cry; able to kill anyone within hearing range, so long as she sees them and knows their birth name. Her sonic cry has the affect of reducing those who hear it into desiccated husks, effectively draining the life from them. This has led to the Silver Banshee often being described as a succubus; sucking the life out of her victims while she grows stronger with each soul she ends. As Siobhan Smythe of The New 52 continuity, the Silver Banshee has exhibited an affinity for omnilingualism ; able to instinctively speak any language fluently from the first moment she hears it, including being able to commune with animals (such as talking to a flock of doves). List of cartoons and TV: 1. Justice League Unlimited (2004 – 2006) 2. Superman/Batman: Public Enemies (2009) 3. Smallville (2001 – 2011) 4. Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem (2015) 5. Supergirl (2015 –.) 6. DC Super Hero Girls (2015 –.) 7. Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay (2018)



Evolution of Starfire in cartoons and TV

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Starfire (Koriand'r) is a fictional superheroine appearing in books published by DC Comics. Starfire is a Tamaranean and as such her physiology is designed to constantly absorb ultraviolet radiation. The radiation is then converted to pure energy, allowing her to fly at supersonic speeds. Originally, Starfire was capable of using this power to fly in space and even go fast enough to cross several solar systems in minutes to seconds. However, it is established in Red Hood and the Outlaws 2 and 27 that the rebooted Starfire is unable to fly without the effects of gravity, leaving her unable to travel in space unaided. This energy also gives her incredible superhuman strength and durability. This strength, combined with her fighting skills, allowed her to defeat the much stronger Donna Troy about two out of three times during purely hand to hand matches. She later proved strong enough to fight against Wonder Woman for a short period of time and, during a fit of rage, was so strong that Donna Troy was unable to restrain her without the help of Mon-El and in the TV series she was strong enough to shake the whole city with a single hit. After being experimented on by the alien Psions, Starfire gained the ability to release her absorbed energy into incredibly powerful blasts called starbolts. List of cartoons and TV: 1. Teen Titans (2003 – 2006) 2. Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo (2006) 3. Superman/Batman: Public Enemies (2009) 4. DC Nation Shorts (2011 – 2014) 5. Teen Titans Go! (2013 –.) 6. Batman vs. Robin (2015) 7. DC Super Friends (2015) 8. Batman: Bad Blood (2016) 9. Justice League vs. Teen Titans (2016) 10. Lego DC Comics Superheroes: Justice League - Gotham City Breakout (2016) 11. DC Super Hero Girls: Hero of the Year (2016) 12. DC Super Hero Girls (2015 –.) 13. Teen Titans: The Judas Contract (2017) 14. DC Super Hero Girls: Intergalactic Games (2017) 15. Teen Titans Go! To the Movies (2018) 16. Titans (2018 –.)



Evolution of the Beast in movies and cartoons

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Instagram: Beast (Henry Philip Hank McCoy) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics and is a founding member of the X-Men. Originally called The Beast , the character was introduced as a mutant possessing ape-like superhuman physical strength and agility, oversized hands and feet, a genius-level intellect, and otherwise normal appearance and speech. Eventually being referred to simply as Beast , Hank McCoy underwent progressive physiological transformations, permanently gaining animalistic physical characteristics. These include blue fur, both simian and feline facial features, pointed ears, fangs, and claws. Beast's physical strength and senses increased to even greater levels. Despite Hank McCoy's inhuman appearance, he is depicted as a brilliant, well-educated man in the arts and sciences, known for his witty sense of humor, and characteristically uses barbed witticisms with long words and intellectual references to distract his foes. He is a world authority on biochemistry and genetics, the X-Men's medical doctor, and the science and mathematics instructor at the Xavier Institute (the X-Men's headquarters and school for young mutants). He is also a mutant political activist, campaigning against society's bigotry and discrimination against mutants. While fighting his own bestial instincts and fears of social rejection, Beast dedicates his physical and mental gifts to the creation of a better world for man and mutant. One of the original X-Men, Beast has appeared regularly in X-Men-related comics since his debut. He has also been a member of the Avengers and Defenders. List of movies and cartoons: 1. The Marvel Super Heroes (1966) 2. Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends (1981 – 1983) 3. X-Men (1992 – 1997) 4. Spider-Man (1994 – 1998) 5. X-Men: Evolution (2000 – 2003) 6. X2 (2003) 7. X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) 8. Robot Chicken (2005 –.) 9. Wolverine and the X-Men (2008 – 2009) 10. Astonishing X-Men (2009) 11. X-Men (2011) 12. X: First Class (2011) 13. Marvel Super Heroes: What The--?! (2009 –.) 14. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010 – 2012) 15. Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers (2014 – 2015) 16. X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) 17. X-Men: Apocalypse (2016)



Evolution of Steel Spider in cartoons

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Steel Spider (Oliver Ollie Osnick) is a fictional character, a superhero who appears in the comic books published by Marvel Comics, primarily in the various Spider-Man titles. Ollie Osnick has no superpowers but he wears mechanical spider legs which allow him to climb. He also wears gauntlets that contain a grappling hook launcher and pepper spray blasters. He's also a gifted inventor with a genius-level intellect. List of cartoons: 1. Spider-Man (1994 – 1998) 2. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017) 3. Spider-Man (2017 –.)



Evolution of the Wrecking Crew in cartoons

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The Wrecking Crew is a team of four fictional supervillains—Bulldozer, Piledriver, Thunderball, and the Wrecker—appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. While not featured on the cover, the Wrecking Crew's first appearance is in The Defenders vol. 1, 17 in November 1974. Bulldozer (Marci Camp) — Marci Camp is the daughter of Henry Camp, the original Bulldozer, who inherited the villain's powers as well as his training. She now works alongside her father the original Bulldozer. Bulldozer (Henry Camp) — Bulldozer has an armored metal helmet and fights by ramming his victims head-first. Piledriver (Brian Philip Calusky) — Piledriver fights with his oversized pile-driving fists. Thunderball (Dr. Eliot Franklin) — Thunderball is the thinker on the team and wields a huge demolition ball on a chain. Wrecker (Dirk Garthwaite) — The team's leader wields an indestructible crowbar with magical properties. He both fears and hates the Thunder God, Thor. List of cartoons: 1. The Super Hero Squad Show (2009 – 2011) 2. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010 – 2012) 3. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017) 4. Avengers Assemble (2013 –.) 5. Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (2013 – 2015) 6. Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers (2014 – 2015)



Evolution of Iron Spider in movies and cartoons

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Instagram: After Spider-Man was resurrected from a battle to the death against Morlun, his friend and teammate Tony Stark built him a new suit, using Stark Tech, and obviously influenced by the colors of Stark's Iron Man Armor. Peter Parker abandoned this armor when he changed sides during the super heroic Civil War, from the pro-Registration unit (led by Iron Man) to the anti-Registration side, the Secret Avengers (led by Captain America). The armor would be repossessed by Iron Man and stored in Stark Tower. When he sold the Tower to Qeng Enterprises, the Iron Spider Armor was among his possessions he managed to ship to Avengers Hangar. Mary Jane Watson donned the suit to help the heroes defeat the Regent. Iron Spider ended up in the possession of Ceres She changed the suit to black and yellow, added a waldo, and completed numerous unrevealed upgrades. When Aaron Davis visited her office, he bought the armor as a way to aggravate his nephew, Miles Morales, the newest Spider-Man. List of movies and cartoons: 1. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017) 2. Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Avengers Reassembled (2015) 3. Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) 4. Avengers: Infinity War (2018)



Evolution of Beetle in cartoons

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The Beetle is the name used by multiple fictional characters appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. It is also the name of the three versions of high tech armor used by seven separate characters. The Beetle debuted in the Human Torch segment of Strange Tales 123 (August 1964) with the original incarnation Abner Jenkins using the first armor. This version was beaten by the Thing and Human Torch. This version would be used until the character switched to the second armor in Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man 59 (October 1981) (which is most associated with the name) and would be in use until Thunderbolts 1 (April 1997) when Jenkins's alter ego was changed to MACH-1. A new version debuted in Thunderbolts 35 (February 2000). This version resembled a walking tank and would be used by Jenkins and the second incarnation Leila Davis. This version was crushed by Graviton, killing Davis who was still inside at the time. After Davis's death, the Beetle armor would go unused until Thunderbolts 103 (August 2006) when all three versions were stolen and used by three college students. The individual names of these characters were not revealed in this initial appearance. List of cartoons: 1. Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends (1981 – 1983) 2. Iron Man (1994 – 1996) 3. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017) 4. Avengers Assemble (2013 –.) 5. Spider-Man (2017 –.)



Evolution of Rick Jones (A-Bomb) in cartoons

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Richard Milhouse Rick Jones is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Rick has been a sidekick to Bruce Banner / Hulk, Steve Rogers / Captain America, Mar-Vell / Captain Marvel, Artour / R.O.M. the Spaceknight, and Genis-Vell / Captain Marvel. He has been an active participant in many significant Marvel Universe story lines including the Kree-Skrull War and the Destiny War. He later acquired powers, causing his learning capabilities to be greatly increased. He decided to direct his new ability towards communications technology, and ended up becoming a hacktivist known as the Whisperer. List of cartoons: 1. The Marvel Super Heroes (1966) 2. The Incredible Hulk (1982 – 1983) 3. Fantastic Four (1994 – 1996) 4. The Incredible Hulk (1996 – 1998) 5. Iron Man: Armored Adventures (2008 – 2012) 6. Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (2013 – 2015) 7. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017)



Evolution of Taskmaster in cartoons

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Instagram: Taskmaster (Tony Masters) is a fictional character who appears in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Normally a supervillain but sometimes an antihero and a sleeper agent, the character first appeared in The Avengers vol. 1 195 (May 1980), and was created by David Michelinie and George Pérez. Introduced as an enemy of the Avengers, Taskmaster went on to feature in numerous Marvel titles, most notably as a mercenary hired as a training instructor by various criminal organizations, and an enemy/ally of Deadpool. List of cartoons: 1. Marvel Super Heroes: What The--?! (2009 –.) 2. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017) 3. Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher (2014) 4. Iron Man and Captain America: Heroes United (2014) 5. Avengers Assemble (2013 –.)



Evolution of Quicksilver in movies and cartoons

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Quicksilver (Pietro Maximoff) is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character first appeared in the comic book X-Men 4 (March 1964) and was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. The character has since starred in two self-titled limited series, and has historically been depicted as a regular team member in superhero title The Avengers. Quicksilver has the superhuman ability to move at great speeds. In most depictions, he is a mutant, a human born with innate superhuman powers. In comic book stories beginning in 2015, he is the product of genetic experimentation by the High Evolutionary. Quicksilver most commonly appears in fiction associated with the X-Men, having been introduced as an adversary for the superhero team. In later stories, he became a superhero himself. He is the twin brother of the Scarlet Witch and, in most depictions, the son of Magneto and the half-brother of Polaris. List of movies and cartoons: 1. The Marvel Super Heroes (1966) 2. X-Men (1992 – 1997) 3. X-Men: Evolution (2000 – 2003) 4. Wolverine and the X-Men (2008 – 2009) 5. X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009) 6. The Super Hero Squad Show (2009 – 2011) 7. Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) 8. X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) 9. Carl's Jr. & Hardee's X-tra Bacon (2014) 10. Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) 11. X-Men: Apocalypse (2016) 12. Deadpool 2 (2018) 13. Dark Phoenix (2019)



Evolution of John Constantine in cartoons and TV

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Instagram: John Constantine is a fictional antihero, appearing in comic books published by DC Comics and its alternative imprint Vertigo. The character first appeared in The Saga of Swamp Thing 25 (June 1984), and was created by Alan Moore, Steve Bissette, John Totleben, Jamie Delano and John Ridgway. He serves as the lead character of the comic books Hellblazer (1988–2013), Constantine (2013–15), Constantine: The Hellblazer (2015–16), and The Hellblazer (2016–). The titular Hellblazer, Constantine is a working class occult detective and con man stationed in London. He is known for his endless cynicism, deadpan snarking, ruthless cunning and constant chain smoking, but is also a passionate humanitarian driven by a heartfelt desire to do some good in his life. Originally a supporting character who played a pivotal role in the American Gothic Swamp Thing storyline, Constantine received his own comic in 1988. Pop artist Sting was visual inspiration for the character.



Evolution of Sabretooth in movies and cartoons

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Instagram: Sabretooth (Victor Creed) is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, most commonly in association with the X-Men, in particular as an archenemy of Wolverine. Created by writer Chris Claremont and artist/co-writer John Byrne, the character first appeared in Iron Fist 14 (August 1977). Sabretooth was originally portrayed as a non-powered serial killer but was later written as a mutant possessing bestial superhuman abilities, most notably a rapid healing factor, razor-sharp fangs and claws, and superhuman senses. He is a vicious assassin, responsible for numerous deaths both as a paid mercenary and for his personal pleasure. Accounts as to the origin of his enmity with Wolverine are conflicted. It is known that Wolverine and Sabretooth were participants of the Cold War supersoldier program Weapon X, and that Sabretooth saw Wolverine as competition and therefore antagonized him. While Wolverine is depicted as suppressing his more savage qualities, Sabretooth does the opposite and embraces them, until the events of the 2014 storyline AXIS. The character has appeared in several X-Men animated series and video games, and was portrayed by Tyler Mane in the first X-Men film and by Liev Schreiber in the 2009 film X-Men Origins: Wolverine. In May 2008, Wizard magazine ranked Sabretooth 193 of the 200 best comic book characters of all time. In 2009, Sabretooth was ranked as IGN's 44th Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time. List of movies and cartoons: 1. X-Men (1992 – 1997) 2. X-Men (2000) 3. X-Men: Evolution (2000 – 2003) 4. Hulk Vs. Wolverine (2009) 5. X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009) 6. Wolverine and the X-Men (2008 – 2009) 7. The Super Hero Squad Show (2009 – 2011) 8. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017) 9. Marvel Knights: Wolverine Vs. Sabretooth (2014) 10. Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers (2014 – 2015)



Evolution of Yellowjacket in movies and cartoons

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Yellowjacket is the name of several fictional characters appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Dr. Henry Hank Pym, also known as Ant-Man, Giant-Man and Goliath, is the first character to take on the Yellowjacket codename. The character has been associated with several superhero teams in the Marvel Universe, including the Avengers and the Defenders. Rita DeMara is the second character to go by the Yellowjacket codename. She debuted as a supervillainess, joining supervillain groups. She later becomes a superheroine, joining the Guardians of the Galaxy's ranks. She is killed by Immortus, but is later resurrected. Darren Cross is the third character to use the Yellowjacket codename after gaining the costume thanks to Egghead. List of movies and cartoons: 1. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010 – 2012) 2. Ant-Man (2015) 3. Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Avengers Reassembled (2015) 4. Ant-Man (2017) 5. Bad days (2012 –.)



Evolution of Dr. Doom in movies and cartoons

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Instagram: Dr. Victor Von Doom (commonly known as Doctor Doom, or simply Doom) is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The son of a Romani witch, Von Doom has been depicted as a supervillain, the archenemy of the Fantastic Four, and the leader of the fictional nation Latveria. He is both a genius inventor and a sorcerer. While his chief opponents have been the Fantastic Four, he has also come into conflict with Iron Man, Black Panther, and multiple others. Von Doom has also been depicted as a superhero, being the third character to take up the mantle of Iron Man and joining the Avengers. Von Doom has made many appearances in video games, television series, and merchandise such as action figures and trading cards. He was ranked as the 4th Greatest Villain by Wizard on its 101 Greatest Villains of All Time list. IGN's list of the Top 100 Comic Book Villains of All Time ranked Doctor Doom as 3. List of movies and cartoons: 1. The Marvel Super Heroes (1966) 2. Fantastic 4 (1967 – 1968) 3. The Fantastic Four (1978) 4. Spider-Man (1981 – 1987) 5. Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends (1981 – 1983) 6. The Fantastic Four (1994) 7. Fantastic Four (1994 – 1996) 8. The Incredible Hulk (1996 – 1998) 9. Spider-Man (1994 – 1998) 10. Fantastic Four (2005) 11. Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes (2006 – 2007) 12. 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007) 13. Robot Chicken (2005 –.) 14. The Super Hero Squad Show (2009 – 2011) 15. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010 – 2012) 16. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017) 17. Iron Man: Armored Adventures (2008 – 2012) 18. Avengers Assemble (2013 –.) 19. Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (2013 – 2015) 20. Fantastic Four (2015)



Evolution of Harley Quinn in movies and cartoons

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Instagram: Harley Quinn (Harleen Frances Quinzel) is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. The character was created by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm, and first appeared in Batman: The Animated Series in September 1992. She later appeared in DC Comics's Batman comic books, with the character's first comic book appearance in The Batman Adventures 12 (September 1993). Harley Quinn is the frequent accomplice and lover of the Joker, whom she met while working as a psychologist at Gotham City's Arkham Asylum, where the Joker was a patient. Her name is a play on the name Harlequin , a character which originated in the commedia dell'arte. The character has occasionally been depicted as an antihero, and she has teamed up with fellow villains Catwoman and Poison Ivy, the latter serving as Quinn's close friend, recurring ally, and romantic interest. Harley Quinn has also been depicted as a member of the Suicide Squad. List of movies and cartoons: 1. Batman: The Animated Series (1992 – 1995) 2. The New Batman Adventures (1997 – 1999) 3. The Batman/Superman Movie (1997) 4. Superman (1996 – 2000) 5. Gotham Girls (2000 – 2002) 6. Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker (2000) 7. Birds of Prey (2002 – 2003) 8. Static Shock (2000 – 2004) 9. Justice League (2001 – 2004) 10. Batman: New Times (2005) 11. The Batman (2004 – 2008) 12. Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2008 – 2011) 13. Robot Chicken (2005 –.) 14. Lego Batman: The Movie - DC Super Heroes Unite (2013) 15. Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox (2013) 16. Arrow (2012 –.) 17. Batman: Assault on Arkham (2014) 18. Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles (2015) 19. DC Super Hero Girls (2015 –.) 20. Lego DC Comics Superheroes: Justice League - Gotham City Breakout (2016) 21. DC Super Hero Girls: Hero of the Year (2016) 22. Justice League Action (2016 –.) 23. Suicide Squad (2016) 24. The LEGO Batman Movie (2017) 25. Batman and Harley Quinn (2017) 26. Batman vs. Two-Face (2017) 27. Scooby-Doo & Batman: the Brave and the Bold (2018) 28. Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay (2018) 29. Batman Ninja (2018)



Evolution of War Machine (Rhodey) in movies and cartoons

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Instagram: War Machine (James Rhodey Rhodes) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Jim Rhodes first appeared in Iron Man 118 (January 1979) by David Michelinie and John Byrne. The War Machine armor, which became his signature armored battlesuit, was created by Len Kaminski and Kevin Hopgood. In 2012, War Machine was ranked 31st in IGN's list of The Top 50 Avengers. The character has been featured in the Iron Man animated series, the Iron Man: Armored Adventures series, and the animated film The Invincible Iron Man. James Rhodes was portrayed by Terrence Howard in Iron Man, which takes place before Rhodes took on the War Machine mantle, and by Don Cheadle in Iron Man 2, Iron Man 3, Avengers: Age of Ultron and Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War, and is expected to do so in Avengers 4. List of movies and cartoons: 1. X-Men (1992-1997) 2. Iron Man (1994-1996) 3. The Incredible Hulk (1996-1998) 4. Spider-Man (1994-1998) 5. The Invincible Iron Man (2007) 6. Iron Man (2008) 7. Iron Man: Armored Adventures (2009-2012) 8. The Super Hero Squad Show (2009-2011) 9. Iron Man 2 (2010) 10. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010-2012) 11. Iron Man: Rise of Technovore (2013) 12. Iron Man Three (2013) 13. Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher (2014) 14. Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers (2014-2015) 15. Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) 16. Captain America: Civil War (2016) 17. Family Guy (1998-.) 18. Avengers: Infinity War (2018)



Evolution of Abomination in movies and cartoons

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The Abomination (Emil Blonsky) is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character first appeared in Tales to Astonish 90 (April 1967), and was created by writer Stan Lee and artist Gil Kane, to be the rival of the Hulk. Debuting in the Silver Age of Comic Books, the Abomination has been featured in other Marvel-endorsed products such as arcade and video games, animated television series, merchandise such as action figures and trading cards, and the 2008 Marvel Cinematic Universe film The Incredible Hulk where he was portrayed by Tim Roth. In 2009, the Abomination was ranked as IGN's 54th Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time. List of movies and cartoons: 1. The Incredible Hulk (1996 – 1998) 2. The Incredible Hulk (2008) 3. The Super Hero Squad Show (2009 – 2011) 4. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010 – 2012) 5. Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Maximum Overload (2013) 6. Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United (2013) 7. Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (2013 – 2015) 8. Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers (2014 – 2015) 9. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017) 10. Avengers Assemble (2013 –.)



Evolution of King Shark in cartoons and TV

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King Shark (Nanaue) is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. The character was created by Karl Kesel and made a brief cameo in Superboy vol. 4, 0 (Oct. 1994) before making his first full appearance in Superboy vol. 4, 9 (Nov. 1994). King Shark's augmented flesh provides protection against the pressures of the deep and physical attacks. His shark-like physiology includes teeth and claws, which are used as weapons, and gills that allow him to breathe underwater. He can swim at great speeds and is resistant to cold. King Shark has enhanced strength and endurance, and he can also regenerate lost bodily tissue. List of TV and cartoons: 1. Superman/Batman: Public Enemies (2009) 2. Batman: Assault on Arkham (2014) 3. The Flash (2014 –.) 4. DC Super Hero Girls (2015 –.)



Evolution of Red Hulk in cartoons

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Red Hulk (also known as Rulk or The IncREDible Hulk) was introduced in 2008 in Hulk 1. The Red Hulk was created to be an uninhibited, tactically intelligent adversary to the Hulk. Although Kenneth Johnson, the creator of the 1970s TV series The Incredible Hulk, had suggested a red Hulk for that adaptation decades earlier, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada proposed the idea for the comics to debut a red version of the character, whose human identity was a secret. Initially, Red Hulk's identity was unknown both to the characters in the story and to the reading audience. List of cartoons: 1. Marvel Super Heroes: What The--?! (2009 –.) 2. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010 – 2012) 3. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017) 5. Avengers Assemble (2013 –.)



Evolution of Mr. Fantastic in movies and cartoons

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Instagram: Mister Fantastic (Reed Richards) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character is a founding member of the Fantastic Four. Richards possesses a mastery of mechanical, aerospace and electrical engineering, chemistry, all levels of physics, and human and alien biology. BusinessWeek listed Mr. Fantastic as one of the top ten most intelligent fictional characters in American comics. He is the inventor of the spacecraft that was bombarded by cosmic radiation on its maiden voyage, granting the Fantastic Four their powers. Richards gained the ability to stretch his body into any shape he desires. Richards acts as the leader and father figure of the Fantastic Four, although in recent years he has increasingly been portrayed as being cold and distant towards his teammates due to his scientific, methodical nature. This is particularly true with his best friend, Ben Grimm, who partially blames Richards for his transformation into a large, rocky creature called the Thing. Whenever Richards is confronted with a challenge, his attention can be so focused that he can neglect even his own family. Regardless, he is the loving husband of Susan Storm, father of son Franklin Richards and daughter Valeria Richards, and mentor of his brother-in-law, Johnny Storm. He was first speculated, and later confirmed that he had diagnosed himself to be on the autistic spectrum. List of movies and cartoons: 1. Fantastic 4 (1967 – 1968) 2. The Fantastic Four (1978) 3. The Fantastic Four (1994) 4. Fantastic Four (1994 – 1996) 5. The Incredible Hulk (1996 – 1998) 6. Spider-Man (1994 – 1998) 7. The Simpsons (1989 –.) 8. Fantastic Four (2005) 9. Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes (2006 – 2007) 10. 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007) 11. Robot Chicken (2005 –.) 12. The Super Hero Squad Show (2009 – 2011) 13. Planet Hulk (2010) 14. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010 – 2012) 15. Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (2013-2015) 16. Fantastic Four (2015)



Evolution of Gambit in movies and cartoons

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Gambit (Remy Etienne LeBeau) is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, commonly in association with the X-Men. The character was created by writer Chris Claremont and artist Jim Lee. Drawn by artist Mike Collins, Gambit makes his first appearances in Uncanny X-Men Annual 14 (July 1990) and Uncanny X-Men 266 (August 1990). Gambit belongs to a subspecies of humans called mutants, who are born with superhuman abilities. Gambit has the ability to mentally create, control, and manipulate pure kinetic energy to his desire. He is also incredibly knowledgeable and skilled in card-throwing, hand-to-hand combat, and the use of a bō staff. Gambit is known to charge playing cards and other objects with kinetic energy, using them as explosive projectiles. He was part of a thieves' guild before becoming a member of the X-Men. Given his history, few X-Men trusted Gambit when he joined the group. There was consistently a source of stress between him and his on-again, off-again love interest Rogue. This was exacerbated when Gambit's connections to villain Mister Sinister were revealed, although some of his team members accept that Gambit honestly seeks redemption. Often portrayed as a ladies' man, Gambit has shown a more vulnerable side of himself over the years, especially when it comes to Rogue. Gambit remains fiercely proud of his Louisiana heritage and speaks in a thick Cajun accent. List of movies and cartoons: 1. X-Men (1992 – 1997) 2. Spider-Man (1994 – 1998) 3. Fantastic Four (1994 – 1996) 4. X-Men: Evolution (2000 – 2003) 5. Wolverine and the X-Men (2008 – 2009) 6. Marvel Super Heroes: What The--?! (2009 –.) 7. X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)



Evolution of Lady Deathstrike in movies and cartoons

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Lady Deathstrike (Yuriko Oyama), occasionally spelled Deathstryke, is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. She is a foe of the X-Men, especially Wolverine. Her father Lord Dark Wind created the adamantium-bonding process that was forced on Wolverine by Weapon X. A self-styled warrior, Lady Deathstrike hired the villain Spiral’s body shoppe to bond adamantium to her own skeleton in addition to other cyber-genetic enhancements. She has since worked as a mercenary and assassin and feels a need to prove herself by killing Wolverine. Lady Deathstrike is also the sister of Lord Deathstrike. A mutant version of Lady Deathstrike, played by Kelly Hu and without any of Deathstrike's backstory, appeared as a brainwashed henchman of William Stryker in the 2003 film X2. She also re-appeared in X-Men: The Official Game, where she was revealed to be Silver Samurai's apprentice. List of movies and cartoons: 1. X-Men (1992 – 1997) 2. X2 (2003) 3. Hulk Vs. Wolverine (2009)



Evolution of Dormammu in movies and cartoons

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Instagram: Dormammu is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character first appeared in Strange Tales 126 (November 1964), and was created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko. Debuting in the Silver Age of comic books, Dormammu has appeared in six decades of Marvel publications, featuring prominently in the Doctor Strange titles and limited series as a recurring enemy of the mystic hero. The character has also appeared in associated Marvel merchandise including films, animated television series, toys, trading cards, and video games. In 2009, Dormammu was ranked as IGN's 56th Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time. The character made his film debut in the 2016 film Doctor Strange, voiced by and performed through motion capture by Benedict Cumberbatch, blended in with an unidentified British actor. List of movies and cartoons: 1. Spider-Woman (1979 – 1980) 2. Spider-Man (1994 – 1998) 3. Doctor Strange (2007) 4. The Super Hero Squad Show (2009 – 2011) 5. Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (2013 – 2015) 6. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017) 7. Avengers Assemble (2013 –.) 8. Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers (2014 – 2015) 9. Doctor Strange (2016)



Evolution of MODOK in cartoons

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Instagram: MODOK (also written as M.O.D.O.K.; an acronym for Mental/Mobile/Mechanized Organism Designed Only for Killing) is the name of different fictional supervillains appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The first MODOK is a former employee of Advanced Idea Mechanics, an arms dealing organization specializing in futuristic weaponry, who undergoes substantial mutagenic medical experimentation originally designed to increase his intelligence. While successful, this experimentation results in a freakishly overdeveloped head, causing the character's signature look and use of a flying chair for mobility. After the experiments, he rebels against his masters and takes control of AIM. Debuting in the Silver Age of Comic Books, MODOK has appeared in over four decades of Marvel continuity, and starred in the limited series Super-Villain Team-Up: MODOK's 11 1–5 (cover-dated September–December 2008) and a self-titled one-shot publication MODOK: Reign Delay 1 (Nov. 2009). MODOK has featured in other Marvel-endorsed products such as video games and animated television series and merchandise such as trading cards and toys. IGN's list of the Top 100 Comic Book Villains of All Time ranked MODOK as 100. List of cartoons: 1. Iron Man (1994 – 1996) 2. Marvel Super Heroes: What The--?! (2009 –.) 3. Iron Man: Armored Adventures (2008 – 2012) 4. The Super Hero Squad Show (2009 – 2011) 5. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010 – 2012) 6. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017) 7. Avengers Assemble (2013 –.) 8. Phineas and Ferb (2007 – 2015) 9. Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers (2014 – 2015) 10. Guardians of the Galaxy (2015 –.)



Evolution of Juggernaut in movies and cartoons

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Instagram: Juggernaut (Cain Marko) is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character, who first appeared in X-Men 12 (July 1965), was created by writer Stan Lee and artist/co-writer Jack Kirby. He is the stepbrother of Professor X. Since his debut during the Silver Age of Comic Books, the character has appeared in over four decades of Marvel publications, featuring prominently in the X-Men titles and starring in two one-shot solo publications. The character has also been associated with Marvel merchandise including clothing, toys, trading cards, animated television series, video games, and the 2006 superhero feature film, X-Men: The Last Stand, in which he was a member of Magneto's Brotherhood of Mutants and was played by Vinnie Jones. In 2008, Juggernaut was ranked 188th on Wizard's list of Top 200 Comic Book Characters. In 2009, Juggernaut was ranked 19th on IGN's list of Top 100 Comic Book Villains. List of movies and cartoons: 1. Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends (1981 – 1983) 2. Pryde of the X-Men (1989) 3. X-Men (1992 – 1997) 4. Fantastic Four (1994 – 1996) 5. X-Men: Evolution (2000 – 2003) 6. X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) 7. Wolverine and the X-Men (2008 – 2009) 8. The Super Hero Squad Show (2009 – 2011) 9. Black Panther (2010) 10. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017) 11. Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers (2014 – 2015)



Evolution of Ghost in movies and cartoons

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Very little is known about the identity of the Ghost. He claims to have been an IT researcher at one time, and to have been made into what he is by corporate greed. The Ghost is an anticapitalist saboteur who seeks to destroy various political and economic institutions he views as oppressive, apparently being most interested in those dealing with advanced technology and surveillance. He has, at times, hired his services out to corporations and other organizations, such as Norman Osborn's Thunderbolts, that wish to destroy rival groups, but invariably plans to turn on his own employers and topple them as well. List of movies and cartoons: 1. Iron Man (1994 – 1996) 2. Iron Man: Armored Adventures (2008 – 2012) 3. Spider-Woman, Agent of S.W.O.R.D. (2009) 4. Avengers Assemble (2013 –.) 5. Spider-Man (2017 –.) 6. Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018)



Evolution of Spider-Woman in cartoons and TV

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Instagram: Spider-Woman is the code name of several fictional characters in comic books published by Marvel Comics. The first and original Spider-Woman, Jessica Drew, had her own animated television series, and the second Spider-Woman, Julia Carpenter, was a regular in the 1990s TV series Iron Man, part of The Marvel Action Hour. Jessica Drew, the original Spider-Woman, who left the role in the early 1980s. By the late 2000s, she returned to it. This version of the character starred in her own animated TV series in 1979 (which is not to be confused with the similarly named Web Woman animated series of the same time period). Julia Carpenter, a former member of the superhero teams the Avengers and Omega Flight, who becomes Arachne and the second Madame Web. Mattie Franklin, who briefly impersonated the then-retired Spider-Man before receiving her own short-lived comics series. Mattie also appeared in Alias 16–21, before going on to appear in the 2007–2008 Loners miniseries. Currently deceased. Charlotte Witter, a supervillain who used the name. Veranke, queen of the shape-shifting extraterrestrial race the Skrulls, who impersonated Jessica Drew over a long period of time and was a founding member of the superhero team the New Avengers. Currently deceased. List of movies and cartoons: 1. Saturday Night Live (1975-.) 2. Spider-Woman (1979-1980) 3. Once a Hero (1987) 4. Iron Man (1994-1996) 5. Spider-Woman, Agent of S.W.O.R.D. (2009) 6. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012-2017) 7. Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors (2018)



Evolution of Thor in movies and cartoons

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Instagram: Thor (Thor Odinson) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character, based on the Norse deity of the same name, is the Asgardian god of thunder and possesses the enchanted hammer Mjolnir, which grants him the ability to fly and manipulate weather amongst his other superhuman attributes. Debuting in the Silver Age of Comic Books, the character first appeared in Journey into Mystery 83 (Aug. 1962) and was created by editor-plotter Stan Lee, scripter Larry Lieber, and penciller-plotter Jack Kirby. He has starred in several ongoing series and limited series, and is a founding member of the superhero team the Avengers, appearing in each volume of that series. The character has also appeared in associated Marvel merchandise including animated television series, clothing, toys, trading cards, video games, and movies. List of movies: 1. The Marvel Super Heroes (1966) 2. Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends (1981-1983) 3. The Incredible Hulk Returns (1988) 4. X-Men (1992-1997) 5. Fantastic Four (1994-1996) 6. The Incredible Hulk (1996-1998) 7. Ultimate Avengers (2006) 8. Ultimate Avengers II (2006) 9. Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow (2008) 10. Hulk Vs. Thor (2009) 11. The Super Hero Squad Show (2009-2011) 12. Robot Chicken (2005-.) 13. Planet Hulk (2010) 14. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010-2012) 15. Thor (2011) 16. Marvel Super Heroes: What The--?! (2009-.) 17. Thor: Tales of Asgard (2011) 18. MAD Avenger time (2011) 19. Thor & Loki: Blood Brothers (2011) 20. The Avengers (2012) 21. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012-2017) 22. Thor: A XXX Parody (2012) 23. Avengers Assemble (2013-.) 24. Phineas and Ferb (2007-2015) 25. Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (2013-2015) 26. Thor: The Dark World (2013) 27. Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Maximum Overload (2013) 28. Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher (2014) 29. Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers (2014-2015) 30. Family Guy (1998-.) 31. Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) 32. Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Avengers Reassembled (2015) 33. Marvel Super Hero Adventures: Frost Fight! (2015) 34. Guardians of the Galaxy (2015-.) 35. Team Thor (2016) 36. Doctor Strange (2016) 37. Team Thor: Part 2 (2017) 38. Marvel Future Avengers (2017-.) 39. Thor: Ragnarok (2017) 40. Avengers: Infinity War (2018)



Evolution of Deathlok in cartoons and TV

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Deathlok (also referred to as Deathlok the Demolisher) is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. He first appeared in Astonishing Tales 25 (Aug. 1974), created by Rich Buckler and Doug Moench. At least three subsequent Marvel characters have used the Deathlok identity since then. A recurring theme among these characters is that a dead human has been reanimated with cybernetic technology. Deathlok technology has also been used thematically by Marvel writers in other stories. The character has also appeared on television in animation and live action. List of cartoons and TV: 1. Black Panther (2010) 2. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2013 –.) 3. Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (2013 – 2015) 4. Marvel Knights: Wolverine Weapon X: Tomorrow Dies Today (2014)



Evolution of Iron Patriot in movies and cartoons

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Iron Patriot is a fictional powered exoskeleton combat suit used by several characters appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The alias is an amalgam of Iron Man's armor and Captain America's patriotism. The Iron Patriot armor featured superhuman strength, enhanced durability, flight, magnetic impact blasts, heat seeking missiles, miniaturized lasers, flamethrowers, and a communications system housed in the helmet which allowed the suit to interface with any U.S.-controlled satellite or computer network. While Iron Man's armors utilized repulsor technology, the original Iron Patriot design did not as Oz [was] too stupid to make his own repulsor-based weapons system so the chest's star-shaped Uni Beam projector had a less powerful output. However, the new Iron Patriot armor is a complete redesign that's an update of the previous model. List of movies and cartoons: 1. Iron Man Three (2013) 2. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017) 3. Avengers Assemble (2013 –.) 4. Iron Man and Captain America: Heroes United (2014)



Evolution of Valkyrie in movies and cartoons

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Instagram: Valkyrie is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character was created by Roy Thomas and John Buscema, based on the Norse mythological figure Brynhildr. The character first appeared in The Avengers 83 (December 1970) and has become a mainstay of the superhero team known as the Defenders. An Asgardian by birth, Valkyrie, also known by her real name, Brunnhilde, was selected by Odin to lead the Valkyrior. Among her other aliases are Barbara Norris, Samantha Parrington, Sian Bowen, and Annabelle Riggs who were all host bodies to the spirit of Brunnhilde. Samantha Parrington, a previous host of Brunnhilde, later received Valkyrie's powers and became a member of the Defenders herself. A one-time love interest of her ally Thor, her Riggs alias is openly bisexual. Valkyrie was ranked 30th in IGN's list of The Top 50 Avengers , and 65th in Comics Buyer's Guide's 100 Sexiest Women in Comics list. List of movies and cartoons: 1. Hulk Vs. Thor (2009) 2. The Super Hero Squad Show (2009 – 2011) 3. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010 – 2012) 4. Thor: Tales of Asgard (2011) 5. Thor: Ragnarok (2017)



Evolution of Hawkeye in movies and cartoons

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Hawkeye (Clinton Francis Clint Barton) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. While Hawkeye has no superhuman powers (with the exception of the period when using Pym particles to become Goliath), he is at the very peak of human conditioning. He is an exceptional fencer, acrobat and marksman, having been trained from childhood in the circus and by the criminals Trick Shot and Swordsman. This includes considerable strength, as a supervillain found out when he tried to use the superhero's 250 pounds-force (1,100 newtons) draw-weight bow and found that he could not draw back the string to launch an arrow. List of movies and cartoons: 1. The Marvel Super Heroes (1966) 2. Iron Man (1994 – 1996) 3. The Avengers: United They Stand (1999 – 2000) 4. Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow (2008) 5. The Super Hero Squad Show (2009 – 2011) 6. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010 – 2012) 7. Thor (2011) 8. Iron Man: Armored Adventures (2008 – 2012) 9. The Avengers (2012) 10. Robot Chicken (2005 –.) 11. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017) 12. Iron Man: Rise of Technovore (2013) 13. Avengers Assemble (2013 –.) 14. Saturday Night Live (1975 –.) 15. Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers (2014 – 2015) 16. Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher (2014) 17. Family Guy (1998 –.) 18. Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) 19. Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Avengers Reassembled (2015) 20. Marvel Super Heroes: What The--?! (2009 –.) 21. Captain America: Civil War (2016) 22. Marvel Future Avengers (2017 –.) 23. Avengers: Endgame (2019)



Evolution of Zzzax in cartoons

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Zzzax is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character first appeared in The Incredible Hulk 166 (August 1973), and was created by Steve Englehart and Herb Trimpe. Created by accident during a terrorist act, Zzzax is a being of pure electricity, capable of absorbing and discharging powerful currents of electricity. Its size and strength depend on the amount of electricity absorbed. It can also absorb human brain energy, temporarily taking on the personality of the victim. As a being of pure electricity, Zzzax is capable of absorbing and discharging powerful currents of electricity; manipulating nearby electrical fields and equipment, and, also, flying. The character's size and strength increases in proportion to the amount of electricity absorbed. This control of electric current extends to the human nervous system, as Zzzax has been shown controlling the Hulk. Zzzax is also dependent upon brain electricity, and when killing prey will temporarily take on the personality traits of the victim. Zzzax has been shown generating intense heat, to the point whereby water - a previous weakness - evaporates before touching it. List of cartoons: 1. The Incredible Hulk (1996 – 1998) 2. The Super Hero Squad Show (2009 – 2011) 3. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010 – 2012) 4. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017) 5. Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United (2013) 6. Avengers Assemble (2013 –.)



Evolution of Whirlwind in cartoons

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Whirlwind is a mutant who possesses the ability to rotate his body around its lengthwise axis at great speeds, without impairing his ability to see, speak, or interact with his environment (for instance, pick up objects or change clothes). Although he can rotate at subsonic speeds he can only travel in a straight line for a limited time, or fly like a helicopter for an even shorter length of time. He possesses superhuman agility, reflexes, coordination, and balance, and often uses himself as a human battering ram. Whirlwind has the ability to focus air currents generated by his rotation into a jet stream powerful enough to blast a hole through a brick wall, as well as create a windscreen able to deflect matter as massive as a falling boulder. He also has the ability to create small tornadoes. List of cartoons: 1. Iron Man (1994 – 1996) 2. The Avengers: United They Stand (1999 – 2000) 3. The Super Hero Squad Show (2009 – 2011) 4. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010 – 2012) 5. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017) 6. Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers (2014 – 2015) 7. Avengers Assemble (2013 –.) 8. Ant-Man (2017)



Evolution of Agent Venom in cartoons and games

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The Symbiote's gives Agent Venom a virtually malleable anatomy which allows it to create countless tendrils for transport or modifying weaponry and technologies, which can be used to further aid him in battle. He is also far more resilient to physical damage than Spider-Man himself, able take the brute force of Rhino or Hulk and recover quickly after. Combining the Symbiote's own strength with that of the replicated Spider-Man's and Flash's, Agent Venom is much stronger than Spider-Man, able to effortlessly rip heavy and solid structures bolted in from their surface. List of cartoons and games: 1. Marvel Super Hero Squad Online (2011) 2. Marvel: Avengers Alliance (2012) 3. Marvel Heroes (2013) 4. Marvel Puzzle Quest (2013) 5. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2017) 6. Spider-Man Unlimited (2014) 7. Marvel: Contest of Champions (2014) 8. Marvel: Future Fight (2015) 9. Marvel Avengers Academy (2016) 10. Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 (2017)



Evolution of Hobgoblin in cartoons and games

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The Hobgoblin is the alias of several fictional supervillains appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, commonly depicted as enemies of Spider-Man. Roderick Kingsley first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man 238, and was created by Roger Stern and John Romita Jr. During the late 1980s and most of the 1990s, the Hobgoblin identity was carried exclusively by Jason Macendale instead. In 2009, the Hobgoblin was ranked by IGN's as the 57th Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time. List of cartoons and games: 1. The Amazing Spider-Man and Captain America in Dr. Doom's Revenge! (1989) 2. The Amazing Spider-Man (1990) 3. Spider-Man: The Video Game (1991) 4. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (1992) 5. Spider-Man: Return of the Sinister Six (1992) 6. The Amazing Spider-Man vs. The Kingpin (1993) 7. Spider-Man (1994 – 1998) 8. Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 (2009) 9. Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions (2010) 10. Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 (2017) 11. Spider-Man (2017 –.)



Evolution of Falcon in movies and cartoons

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Instagram: Falcon (Samuel Thomas Sam Wilson) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by writer-editor Stan Lee and artist Gene Colan, and introduced in Captain America 117 (Sept. 1969), the character is mainstream comics' first African-American superhero. As the superhero Falcon, Wilson uses mechanical wings to fly, granting him limited telepathic and empathic control over birds. Following Steve Rogers' retirement, Wilson becomes the newest Captain America and leader of the Avengers. Wilson's deceased nephew was the Incredible Hulk's sometime-sidekick Jim Wilson, one of the first openly HIV-positive comic-book characters. Jim Wilson's father Gideon Wilson would go on to join the Gamma Corps. Sam also has parents named Paul and Darlene Wilson, a sister named Sarah Casper, a nephew named Jody Toby Casper, and an unnamed niece. Anthony Mackie portrays Sam Wilson / Falcon in the 2014 Marvel Studios film, Captain America: The Winter Soldier and reprises his role in Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), Ant-Man (2015), Captain America: Civil War (2016) and is set to reprise his role in Avengers: Infinity War (2018). List of movies and cartoons: 1. Avengers (1999-2000) 2. Robot Chicken (2005-.) 3. The Super Hero Squad Show (2009-2011) 4. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010-2012) 5. Avengers Assemble (2013-.) 6. Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Maximum Overload (2013) 7. Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) 8. Ultimate Spider-Man (2012-2017) 9. Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers (2014-2015) 10. Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) 11. Ant-Man (2015) 12. Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Avengers Reassembled (2015) 13. Captain America: Civil War (2016) 14. Marvel Future Avengers (2017-.) 15. Family Guy (1998-.) 16. Avengers: Infinity War (2018)


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