10 Reasons Why Captain America Was Always Marvels Greatest Villain


Marvel’s Captain America seems like a sweet, caring, loving superhero, here to protect the innocent and stop evil in its tracks…and then you get to know him. This man is known as the first Avenger, the leader of the group of superheroes, and he’s an American soldier. But what a lot of people don’t know is he has a very dark past, one full of hatred and scorn for anything he doesn’t like or understand. He has a history of xenophobia against multiple countries, he has served as a Nazi spy, he settles every argument with his fists, and he betrays his friends on several occasions. Everyone knows about his quarrel with Iron Man in Captain America: Civil War, but he has done far worse than just casually fight Spider-Man in an airport. His kill list includes Avengers and X-Men alike, including Beast, Mystique, Hawkeye, and Black Widow. It has even been revealed that he was a secret agent of Hydra all along, and everything he has done has been for the greater good of Hydra. That would be like Luke Skywalker revealing in Star Wars: The Last Jedi that he has actually been working for the First Order, Kylo Ren, and Supreme Leader Snoke this whole time. Needless to say, it was a big blow to the fans, and it cemented Captain America’s role as a villain in the Marvel Universe. We just hope the fan theories about Thor: Ragnarok are wrong, and that Thor doesn’t turn into a villain too.