15 Avengers We Want to See in ‘Avengers 2′ & Beyond

Published 2 years ago by , Updated August 5th, 2014 at 9:33 am, This is a list post.

15 Characters for Avengers 2 Movie Sequels Now that The Avengers has officially destroyed (nearly) all the box office records that have ever existed, it’s time to look forward to the future of the franchise and the inevitable Avengers 2which could hit theaters as early as 2015. Aside from burning questions like "Will Joss Whedon return in the role of writer/director" or "is [insert spoiler] really, truly dead," we here at Screen Rant are most interested in which superhero characters – other than the six we're already cinematically familiar with – might show up in the sequels. As such, we've crafted a wish-list of sorts, with breakdowns of the 15 Marvel superheroes we wouldn't mind seeing in Avengers 2, 3, 4, 5, and so on (with stats, bios, and summaries as to why we'd want them on the team).

Ant-Man/Giant-Man/Goliath/Yellowjacket/The Wasp/Scientist Supreme

Henry Pym Ant-Man Real Name: Henry Pym Species: Human (Mutate) Country of Origin: U.S.A. Joined the team in: Avengers #1 Powers/Abilities: Shrinking/growing (as a result of Pym Particles), bio-energy projection, and being really smart in a lot of different scientific fields. Who/What Is He: Henry Pym is a brilliant scientist who – with the help of his “Pym Particles” – can shrink or grow to extremely small or large sizes, respectively. He’s known primarily for his domestic abuse escapades, having the most superhero aliases ever, and accidentally creating one of the Avengers’ greatest villains: Ultron. Why We Want Him: Besides the fact that he’s an awesomely ridiculous throwback to science-fiction tropes of the 1950s? Edgar Wright is gearing up to make a movie about him – and frankly, that’s reason enough. Whatever version of the character Wright comes up with will, no doubt, supply an excellent opportunity for more Avengers humor and science-y banter between Pym, Stark, and Banner. Now if only we could get Mr. Fantastic in there...


Janet Van Dyne Wasp Real Name: Janet Van Dyne Species: Human (Mutate) Country of Origin: U.S.A. Joined the Team in: Avengers #1 Powers/Abilities: She can shrink down, grow wings for flying, and “sting” people with her little energy blasts (tee hee). Who/What Is She: Once just a shallow flight attendant, Janet Van Dyne became the superhero Wasp, thanks to Henry Pym’s “Pym particles” and a biochemical procedure that granted her the ability to grow wings and blast energy “stings” once miniature. She initially used her powers to fight and banish the monster who killed her father, then fought alongside Ant-Man as his girlfriend and, eventually, wife. (And much later, ex-wife.) Why We Want Her: She provides the Avengers with some much-needed assistance in the female quota department (five guys + one girl = superhero sausage fest). She’s also a potentially interesting character in the right hands – like Whedon’s Buffy Summers, Janet at first appears to be very “girly” and “shallow,” but goes on to display great courage, depth, and strength later on.

Black Panther

Tchalla Black Panther Real Name: T’Challa Species: Human Country of Origin: Wakanda Joined the team in: Avengers #52 Powers/Abilities: Genius intellect, master of strategy, skilled fighter/hunter/tracker/gymnast, enhanced senses and physicality by way of the special “heart-shaped herb,” vibranium uniform and equipment, and retractable anti-metal claws Who/What Is He: Black Panther is the King of the  super-advanced African country Wakanda – which controls the largest amount of vibranium on the planet (the extraterrestrial metal that was used, in part, to craft Cap’s shield) – and a generational superhero a la The Phantom. Why We Want Him: Because he’s awesome? Is that not reason enough? Well, okay, then there’s also the fact that he’s a master strategist on the genius level of, say, Batman and Captain America, and one of the most skilled warriors in the world. Plus, the Avengers could use a member or two (or three) who aren’t strictly Caucasian.


Marvel The Vision Alias: Victor Shade Species: Android Country of Origin: U.S.A. Joined the Team In: Avengers #58 Powers/Abilities: Invulnerability/intangibility, weightlessness/extraordinary heaviness, flight, solar energy projection, IT interfacing, super-strength/intelligence/reflexes/senses inherent to an artificial being, and self-repair/regeneration. Who/What Is He: He’s a sentient robot with a heart of gold and basically the Martian Manhunter/Red Tornado of the Avengers. Why We Want Him: As a robot, Vision fills a role that has thus far gone unfilled on a team full of mutates (Cap and Hulk), extremely skilled human beings (Iron Man, Black Widow, and Hawkeye), and a super-alien/demi-god (Thor). Plus, Joss Whedon is a huge fan of robots and characters that are robot-esque – Winona Ryder in Alien Resurrection, the Buffy-Bot, Danger from Astonishing X-Men, and Echo from Dollhouse. Imagine the hilarious things he could do with Vision! Of course, Vision can’t really reach his full potential without the evil sentient robot known as Ultron – created by Henry Pym – to give him life, but perhaps we’ll see that infamous Avengers villain sometime during the sequel’s end credits.

Dr. Strange

Doctor Strange Real Name: Dr. Stephen Strange Species: Human (Sorcerer) Country of Origin: U.S.A. Joined the team in: New Avengers #27 Powers/Abilities: Master of magic, once-skilled surgeon, martial artist, genius intellect, longevity. Who/What Is He: He was once a brilliant neurosurgeon with a god complex, but after a car accident damaged the nerves in his hands and ended his career, he sought a cure in Tibet and sort of accidentally became the Sorcerer Supreme. Why We Want Him: As the Sorcerer Supreme, he’s one of the most powerful “superheroes” in the whole of the Marvel Universe. Like the Vision before him, Dr. Strange fills a role that no other Avenger (or prospective Avenger) can fill, i.e. he’s a freaking sorcerer. Furthermore, he opens up a whole new world of terrifying and yet-untapped villains that the Avengers can’t just punch away (see: the alien army in The Avengers). Then again, you could also argue that Strange is too powerful for the team. How many times has the guy snapped his fingers to send away some abominable force? Well, in the literal sense, probably zero times, but figuratively, too many to count. Of course, with the right creator at the helm – and hasn’t Whedon proved himself in that regard, especially with supernatural characters of Strange’s ilk? – he could do far more creative good than evil.


Namor Sub-Mariner Species: Half-human, half-Atlantean, all mutant Joined the Team In: Avengers #262 Powers/Abilities: Aquatic adaptation, super-strength/speed/agility/durability, flight, and longevity. Who/What Is He: Namor's the half-human, half-Atlantean Prince of Atlantis, and technically the first “mutant” to appear in the Marvel universe (not in-continuity, a la Apocalypse or Wolverine, but in the real world of comic book publishing). He’s known for a great many things, but modesty isn’t one of them. He’s vain, arrogant to the extreme – in the way that you would expect royalty to be – quick to anger and violence, and he has these little wings on his feet that allow him to fly. Somehow. (Flight, along with increased super-strength and durability, are his mutant powers.) He doesn’t trust most land-dwellers but can be extremely loyal – to Captain America, for example, whom he fought alongside during World War II as a member of the Invaders. Why We Want Him: He’s half-Atlantean! And a mutant! And these are things that none of the Avengers have going for them already! Also, who doesn’t want to see the quick-tempered Sub-Mariner cause trouble intermingling with Earth’s Mightiest Heroes? Just imagine the perfect storm of arrogance that could be developed between Iron Man, Thor, and Namor, and the resulting butting of heads, both figuratively and literally. This sequel practically writes itself! (FYI: Though Universal once had the movie rights to Namor: The Sub-Mariner, it was indicated in a 2010 interview with Kevin Feige that that was no longer the case.)

Luke Cage/Power Man

Luke Cage Power Man Real Name: Carl Lucas Species: Human (Mutate) Country of Origin: USA Joined the Team In: New Avengers #1 Powers/Abilities: Bulletproof skin, superhuman strength/stamina/durability, accelerated healing factor, and skilled fighter. Who/What Is He: Luke Cage is, amongst other things, a street-level super-badass, a private detective, and a family man. As a character born in the blaxploitation era of the 1970s, his original incarnation was a bit ridiculous and somewhat stereotypical. (Basically, he was an over-the-top version of Shaft, but with super powers.) Indeed, one of the best things Brian Michael Bendis did during his run on New Avengers was bring Cage to the forefront of the Marvel Universe as a believable human being and viable A-lister (or at the very least, a really popular B-lister). He also made Cage a family man – one of the few in the Marvel universe – with a wife, Jessica Jones, and an infant daughter, Danielle. Why We Want Him: The Avengers could use Cage’s family man background, considering every other member on the team has, at most, a girlfriend. I mean, sure, it sucks when your girlfriend’s life is at stake, but it sucks tenfold when your wife and baby daughter’s LIVES are at stake. Plus, his badass attitude, street smarts, and penchant for distrusting authority could be great additions to the group dynamic.

Iron Fist

Danny Rand Iron Fist Real Name: Daniel “Danny” Rand-K’ai Species: Human Country of Origin: U.S.A., though he has dual-citizenship in the U.S. and K’un Lun Joined the Team In: New Avengers #27 Powers/Abillities: “The Iron Fist” (a concentration of chi in his fists that allows him to tap into the super-human energy known as Shou-Lao), healing ability, master martial artist. Who/What Is He: Iron Fist is one of the great martial artists of the Marvel Universe and has the mystical ability to harness his chi and transform his fists into deadly, superhuman weapons. Why We Want Him: While you can have Luke Cage without Iron Fist, it’s not recommended -- they’re like a 1980s buddy cop duo, having worked together for years as the “Heroes for Hire” (a misnomer, seeing as they rarely got paid). While the Avengers already has several skilled fighters -- Cap, Widow, and Hawkeye -- none matches Iron Fist in terms of sheer martial arts excellence. And like Dr. Strange, he brings a bit of supernatural mysticism to a superhero team predisposed toward science-fiction tropes. Also, his costume? The perfect example of simple and awesome.

Captain Marvel

Mar-Vell Captain Marvel Real Name: Mar-Vell Species: Kree Planet of Origin: Kree-Lar Joined the Team In: Avengers #89 Powers/Abilities: Super-strength/speed, flight, cosmic awareness, solar energy absorption/projection, wields Nega-Bands. Who/What Is He: Captain Marvel (or Mar-Vell) was, at one point in time, the cosmic hero of the Marvel Universe. Hence his name: Marvel. As a soldier of the Kree empire, he was initially sent to Earth to spy on its people and evaluate the planet’s threat-level, but he eventually came to be a protector of both the people and planet – before dying, rather humanly, of cancer. Why We Want Him: He has an interesting story steeped in alien infiltration – which could be beneficial down the line depending on the plots of the next few Avengers films – he has a cool name and costume, and his powers are pretty great. Simple as that. On the other hand, Thor – while vaguely rooted in Norse mythology – also has super strength, long blond hair, and can fly without rocket boosters, so does the team really need two space aliens that function in essentially the same regard?

Ms. Marvel

Carol Danvers Ms Marvel Real Name: Carol Danvers Species: Human (Mutate) Country of Origin: U.S.A. Joined the Team In: Avengers #183 Powers/Abilities: Super-strength/speed, flight, cosmic awareness, solar energy absorption/projection. Who/What Is She: Carol Danvers debuted in comics as an officer in the US Air Force on a restricted military base, where she met Captain Marvel under his human alias, “Dr. Watson Lawson,” and was caught in an explosion of a Kree device. The explosion melded her genetic structure with Captain Marvel’s, thus giving her all the abilities of a Kree. Why We Want Her: Besides the fact that she’s a tough-as-nails, badass lady in the military, she provides the Avengers with a bit more diversity than, say, Mar-Vell, her male counterpart. Additionally, in the Marvel Universe, she’s one of the most recognizable female characters, partly because her name is synonymous with the company. At the moment, she’s going through a bit of a comic book redesign as Marvel attempts to make her character more popular and integral – might they be preparing her for a movie debut in the not-too-distant future?


Richard Rider is Nova Real name: Richard Rider Species: Human Country of Origin: U.S.A. Joined the Team In: Secret Avengers #1 Powers/Abilities: Flight and super-strength/durability/speed; once he’s in possession of the Worldmind, he’s granted: energy projection/absorption and the ability to exert control over gravity and open wormholes. Who/What Is He: As a teenage human member of the Nova Corps, he’s sort of like a cross between Alex Rogan from The Last Starfighter and Green Lantern. Why We Want Him: Nova’s role on the team would be twofold – he could be a wisecracking, inexperienced teenage superhero, a la Spider-Man, and a cosmic force to be reckoned with. What, pray tell, would a teenager do with all that power? Obligatory scenes would include Nova being shown the superheroing ropes by his superhero elders, e.g. Iron Man, Captain America, and so forth, followed by a sacrificial act of bravery on Nova’s part inspired by those aforementioned elders. He’s a nice substitute, in that way, for someone like Spider-Man, whose movie rights are currently… shall we say, out of reach?

Adam Warlock

Adam Warlock Guardians of the Galaxy Originally Known As: Him Species: Artificially-created human Place of Origin: The Beehive, Shard Island, Atlantic Ocean Joined the Team In: Never Powers/Abilities: Super-strength/stamina/agility/endurance, flight, energy manipulation. Who/What Is He: He’s an artificially-created human with strange cosmic powers. Why We Want Him: While Warlock has never actually been a member of the Avengers, his history is pretty closely tied to the The Mad Titan, A.K.A. Thanos, A.K.A. that wrinkly-chinned guy who was pulling Loki’s strings in Joss Whedon’s The Avengers (before appearing during the end credits). In fact, if Thanos' Infinity Gauntlet is involved - the gnarly-looking glove that briefly cameoed in Thor - you can pretty much guarantee that Adam Warlock won't be far behind. Frankly, I wasn't a huge Warlock fan until the Annihilation crossover and the excellent Guardians of the Galaxy series that followed, a property that Kevin Feige has spoken about as a potential movie franchise. But perhaps an appearance in Avengers 2 could pave the way for said franchise?

War Machine

James Rhodes is War Machine Real Name: James “Rhodey” Rhodes Species: Human Country of Origin: U.S.A Joined the Team In: West Coast Avengers #1 (as Iron Man) Powers/Abilities: Marine, pilot, aviation engineer, trained in armed and unarmed combat. Who/What Is He: James Rhodes (played by Terence Howard and Don Cheadle in Iron Man and Iron Man 2, respectively) is the military right-hand man of Tony Stark, A.K.A. Iron Man, and wields his own, heavily-armed suit of exoskeleton armor - as War Machine. Why We Want Him: James has a long history of keeping Tony Stark in line. He even took over for the goateed alcoholic bachelor as Iron Man on more than one occasion, usually as a result of the aforementioned alcoholism. As War Machine, he utilizes armor far more deadly and powerful -- in terms of weaponry, anyway -- than the various Iron suits, hence the name “War” Machine.

Bucky/Winter Soldier/Captain America II

Bucky Barnes Winter Soldier Real Name: James Buchanan “Bucky” Barnes Species: Human (Cyborg) Country of Origin: U.S.A. Joined the Team In: New Avengers #48 Who/What Is He: Oh, you know who Bucky is! He’s Captain America’s sidekick -- that guy who played Carter Baizen in Gossip Girl and then sort of randomly fell off a cliff and “died” (wink, wink) near the end of Captain America: The First Avenger. Everybody knows he’s coming back as the brainwashed Soviet cyborg assassin, Winter Soldier, for Captain America 2; heck, director Joe Johnston already implied as much himself. Might he be un-brainwashed by the end of Cap 2, and thus all-set to join the Avengers Initiative come Avengers 2? Why We Want Him: Bucky Barnes is one of the few comic book characters to die and then be resurrected successfully (well, not the second time, in the awful crossover Fear Itself, which was just a fake-out for the purposes of artificial drama). As Winter Soldier, he’s a darker character than Steve Rogers, having lived a messed-up life as a brainwashed assassin before being reminded of his former self. And though it’s very unlikely Cap will ever die in these Marvel movies, Bucky was incredibly well-received as the grittier, pistol-wielding Captain America II.

Wonder Man

Wonder Man Avengers Real Name: Simon Williams Species: Human Country of Origin: U.S.A. Joined the Team In: Avengers #160 Powers/Abilities: Ionic-energy empowered, flight, longevity, and super-strength/speed/stamina/agility/reflexes/durability. Who/What Is He: Simon Williams was sent to prison - by Tony Stark, as it happens - for embezzlement, and thus held a grudge against Iron Man and the Avengers. With the help of the dastardly Baron Zemo (one of Captain America’s oldest arch-rivals), Simon was released from prison to undergo an experiment that gave him super-powers. Additionally, he was given a fake superhero identity - that of Wonder Man - and tasked by Zemo with befriending the Avengers to lure them into a trap. Thankfully, at the very last second, he repented and sacrificed himself to save the team. Years later, it turned out the guy was just in a strange coma as a result of the experiment (what a twist!) and, after waking, Wonder Man officially joined the Avengers as a superhero. Why We Want Him: I’m not fully convinced that we do. Truthfully, he’s most likable as a character you can’t really stand - his costume is terrible, his powers are generic, he’s sort of a womanizer, and besides being a villain, the most interesting thing about him was his failed attempt at an acting career. All of that could be fairly interesting in a movie, if done right, but it could also go horrifically wrong.

Honorable Mentions

All of the Avengers
  • Scarlet Witch & Quicksilver are the mutant twin children of Magneto, the X-Men’s most respected villain. Previously villains themselves, they joined the Avengers in issue #16 along with another ex-villain, Hawkeye. There’s much they could contribute to the cinematic version of the team in terms of powers, visuals, diversity, and so forth, but divorced from Magneto, are they really all that interesting?
  • She-Hulk is, as the name suggests, a sort of female version of the Hulk. Jennifer Walters gained her ability to “hulk out” when her cousin, Bruce Banner, gave her an emergency transfusion of his gamma-irradiated blood. As She-Hulk, she’s more in control and far prettier than her gargantuan cousin, but her strength (and various other powers) are less significant.
  • Hercules is, well, Hercules, the super-strong half-god son of Zeus. But because we already have one god (sort of) on the Avengers in the form of Thor, he’d probably be a redundant addition. Still, it’s worth noting that he has become one of the more fun - and funny - Marvel characters of the past few years.
  • Spider-Woman is related to Spider-Man in name only, so does that mean Sony doesn’t have her movie rights? No, really, this is a serious question here.
Did we miss anybody, Screen Ranters? Would you have preferred other Avengers in place of the ones we've listed? Let us know in the comments. For more post-Avengers speculation check out our Avengers Screen Rant Underground podcast as well as our explanation of the film's post-credits sequences. The Avengers – which garnered 4.5 stars out of 5 from our very own Kofi Outlaw – is currently in theaters, in case you weren't aware. - Follow me on Twitter @benandrewmoore.
TAGS: ant-man, black panther, doctor strange, guardians of the galaxy, iron fist, luke cage, namor, the avengers, the avengers 2


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  1. As I read these comments the character that people seem to )to leave out is black panter I mean is for a qmember that the avenger s countlessly ask for help and is tied with server of the members with their back story plus we need some african Americans on the big sceen and its time I mean decades I seen a black solo superhero movie

    • There are plenty African Americans on the big screen. Its not the 1920′s you race bating fool

      • But there aren’t any Nigerians! God!

        • Hey Gary, just complain to Quesada, he might be willing to change an established character to fit your needs, after all he’s making Falcon into Capt, and he’s making Thor into a female, because he doesn’t have the actual talent to create new characters to take care of diversity in the Marvel Universe. In changing the characters I previously mentioned, Quesada is ruining the Marvel brand, i know he doesn’t believe he is, but by bastardizing established characters he’s doing just that, people will come to expect nothing innovating, and will have no reason to invest in a character that can be so dramatically changed on a whim of the editor and chief.

          • Aztecace,
            Once again I agree with you whole heartily.

            The primary reason Marvel is what it is today is because (we) the kids that were buying books back in the 70′s had a voice via the Marvel Forum in the back of each issue, we voiced what we liked and didnt like and Marvel listened. Unlike now

            I’m black, if Mr. Quesada is trying to fill a void of black superheros thats fine, I get it, but dont destroy an already established hero with decades of history just to fill a quota.

            If he’s trying to fill a void then he should create new and exciting black superheroes to fill that void, not by ”bastardizing established characters”

            A black CA? I seriously doubt if it will work………..

            • A black Captain america is fine and he’s been replaced by others at least 3-4 times in the comics.
              There was the US Agent a hilariously jingoistic person
              The misc retconned in people to explain post war cap issues.
              Then there’s BuckyCap which is when Bucky took over when everyone thought he was dead.

              Additionally it’s already part of the lore of the comics itself that the original Captain America was black. Similar to the tuskeegee experiments the Military tested the super soldier forumulae on blacks because such a dangerous thing couldn’t possibly be tested on white people. better to do “animal testing” and i’m sure you get the drift.
              Isaiah Bradley was one of the men tested and put into combat right after being injected to see what would happen. The entire Platoon (except him) experienced psychotic effects and went into a murderous frenzy with him as the only survivor. He experienced severe brain damage due to the serums and technically in the Marvel universe was the first Captain America.

  2. SPiderman

  3. Dr. Strange and Submariner should not be Avengers imo. They should be Defenders. The original Captain Marvel is dead (right?); Carol Danvers is the new one and she should make it into an Avengers movie

    • I would love to see Namor, Captain Marvel the original then his son Genis, Adam Warlock, and nova.

      A bunch of these guys are supposed to show up in one way or another in upcoming movies or netflix series. Like Luke Cage, Iron Fist, Dr Strange and Black Panther.

  4. How about the black knight?

  5. The Beast, USAgent, Black Knight, Quasar and Captain Marvel (Monica Rambeau).

  6. Hyperion !!!!

    • Which version of Hyperion do you want?

  7. I think name should be x avengers

  8. Falcon. I love him and he would be a cool addition

  9. What about Valkyrie? She was a Secret Avenger, weilded Mjiolnir and is responsible for throwing the spear that supposedly killed Loki. Her anger at Odin for being forgotten when trapped by the Enchantress in a crystal of souls and the romantic nature of her relationship with Thor could make for interesting character development. Not to mention her costume is bad-ass.

    • Cool suggestion, altho Val was a member of the original Defenders. I lost track of her after that, I think she would make a great new addition

  10. The most INCREDIBLE and POWERFUL was missed. It has to be FIRESTORM.
    He is my pick to put in a movie next. His powers are so versatile you could have a field day coming up with CGI IMAGES to show off his powers!

    • Hmmm, the only Firestorm I know of is a D.C. Character, so doubtful you will ever see him in a Marvel movie, unless they do a crossover movie.

    • Could you be referring to Firelord? Galatus former herald…..

      • Good call I had forgotten about Firelord, I could only come up with Firestar but sine the person used “He” I had dismissed her and couldn’t think of another that might even be close. Firelord to me fizzled as a character, to me, as did Terrax the Destroyer. Don’t think anyone has matched up with the Silver Surfer.

  11. Looking back, it’s surprising how many of these guys are getting or about to get their live action debuts. I’m curious as to who they will introduce after phase 3. Hopefully Phase 3 the stories start overlapping a bit more

  12. Wolverine

  13. Let’s see Avengers most famously associated with the team! Heroes like Wasp, Ant-Man, Hercules, Black Panther, Falcon, Captain Marvel (Carol, not the alien), She-Hulk, Monica Rambeau, Mockingbird, Black Knight. If the Avengers head into space for a showdown with Thanos, why not use Mantis and/or Moondragon to diversify the cast and powers? Both characters fought Thanos several times over the years.

  14. Moon Knight, Man-Wolf (Spiderman tie-in), Morbius (who doesn’t love a vampire)…

  15. It would be great to see Black Panther, Vision and other Avengers onscreen.

  16. As a fan of the comic from the beginning…I say, many of the characters you mention have no business to be in an avengers movies except Ant man and wash (because they were almost original members) Vision, Black Panther, Wonder man.

    All the others mentions had their own spin off or serie and were in the Avengers for very SHORT time.

    Hey Spider-man and Wolverine have been Avengers. Why not them than ?

    Warlock deserve his own movie.

    Nova had his own series at least 4 or 5 times plus he was Member of the New Warriors.
    That’s a movies I would go see. But not an Avenger. Sorry..

    Namor and Strange have no business in the Avengers. They were Defenders.

    Ms Marvel…Yeah alright…But she’s booooooooooooooooringggggggggggg.

    Leave Bucky alone. Side kicks are gay and a thing of the 50′s

    *sigh* War Machine ? REALLY ? There’s Iron-man ALready. This is not a Transformer movie.

    Luka Cage and Ironfist ??? Mouahaaaaaaaaaaaaahahahaha worse comics Characters ever.
    LEave them alone. Or try them on TV on the CW LOL.

    Captain Marvel…*sigh* Isn’t he dead ? Another Captain ??? *sigh* C’mon a bit of originality.


    How about Beast ?

    He was an Avenger for a long time.

  17. Quasar??? …. Come on! does nobody remember him? I went to the phoenix comic con and there were no quasar comics. kind of sad really.

    He could even be introduced via agents of shield. (They have mentioned a “professor vaughn)

  18. how about a movie of task force. They are great I would like to see them.

  19. I FINALLY wanne see a gay superhero on the big screen. I’m not even asking the guy to be the leading character but just be part of the team and be a bad ass. Joss Whedon is such a gay friendsly guy, I’m surprised he didn’t even try it with Agents of SHIELD.

    Hulkling and Wiccan are great in Young Avengers. Just an example.

    People keep talking about not enough black characters or women, but they have pretty great representation in Marvel movies so were is the gay dude? Or do they think that there are to many homophobes in the comic book fanbase to try it? Are they right? I just wanne see it.

    • They could resurrect Northstar and have Alpha Flight, just ask Quesada if he thinks there is money to be made he will do it. My statement is a slight to Quesada, he’s willing to do whatever he wants and fans have to deal with it, and shut the F up.

  20. Jessica Drew (Spider Woman), Ms.Marvel & She-Hulk.

  21. Lol! I love how of all the characters you mentioned, the ones chosen to appear in the sequel are the “not interesting unless Daddy appears” Maximoff twins. Who knows, perhaps they are characters with potential and have fanbases and the writers of these movies see they can work well.


    Seriously, though, I love Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver and I care for them the most of all Marvel characters. Would have a movie of them over somebody like Namor or Miss Marvel, blagh.

  22. Fantastic four ?

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