1D – Drax the Destroyer

Drax the Destroyer wasn’t always the human mutant you see in Marvel movies. He was originally a human known as Arthur Douglas. Arthur’s spirit was placed in a stronger body, which is how he took on the form of Drax.

2B – Rocket

The idea for Rocket Raccoon came from the Beatles! The song titled “Rocky Raccoon” struck such a chord with Rocket creators Keith Giffen and Bill Mantlo that they created a comic book character to match the tune.

3A – Iron Man

Iron Man – Tony Stark – has played a pivotal role in the Marvel franchise. “Iron Man” was the first Marvel movie to be released in the series, sparking a flood of movies after it. Since then, Stark has starred in 11 of the films.


While the movies seem to lack additional green humans, in the comics there was a time when Bruce Banner wasn’t the only Hulk. His allies, Rick Jones and Betty Ross were also given Hulk status.

5D – Mantis

In addition to being able to communicate with plants, Mantis also has a talent for martial arts. One of the reasons she excels in hand-to-hand combat is her ability to notice an enemy’s bodily weaknesses through her telekinetic powers.


During his childhood, Thanos hardly served as a friendly dad type. He did, however, provide Gamora with the means to learn how to fight and promised that she would be allowed to avenge the death of her family one day.

7A – James Buchanan Barnes

During his original introduction to the Marvel Universe, Bucky was Captain America’s young sidekick. Her character was created to be closer to children whose family members fought in World War II.

8A – Sight

When Marvel explored the idea of ​​having alternate universes in 1992, Vision took the form of a young woman in Earth-928. Beyond sharing names, the two don’t have much in common.

9B – Hawkeye

Clint Barton became Hawkeye because of the carnival he attended as a young boy. A swordsman took him on as his assistant and soon taught him the art of archery. This is how he became a master archer.

10C – Scarlet Witch

Scarlet Witch and her brother, Quiksilver, were originally said to be Magneto’s unknown offspring. In later issues of the Marvel comics, however, it is discovered that they are not mutants, but the results of an experiment conducted by High Evolutionary.


Things between Nakia and T’Challa did not end well. When it was discovered that Nakia intended to assassinate a citizen of Wakanda, they inevitably parted ways. Because of this treacherous act, she was banished from the community.

12A – Hela

Hela was born in Jotunheim, as was her father, Loki. Although she was granted power over the dead in Niflheim and Hel, she still tried to extend her rule to Valhalla, much to the chagrin of Odin and Thor.

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