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  • Hank Pym on Random Weakest Characters In The MCU

    (#12) Hank Pym

    The man discovered and refined the Pym particle, allowing the Ant-Man suit to function in the first place, so you can't say he isn't a brilliant scientist. He's also a national hero, having served as the Ant-Man decades ago. He and his wife Janet - who was a shrinking superhero in her own right named the Wasp - saved the world from atomic conflict by disarming a soviet ICBM in 1987.

    In the modern day, however, Hank is just an old man with an amazing head of hair. Sure, he can still throw a decent punch, but he's also able to believably fake a heart attack as a means of causing a distraction, because he looks like someone who is in the reasonable heart attack age range. In fact, considering the toll that going giant in the Ant-Man suit takes on Scott Lang - who's at least two or three decades younger - if Hank were required to grow 50 feet tall, it would almost certainly end him. Ultimately, he's a smart, devoted scientist superhero who happens to be well past his prime.

  • Arnim Zola on Random Weakest Characters In The MCU

    (#4) Arnim Zola

    Very few characters in the MCU have been as important and influential as Hydra scientist Arnim Zola, while still being so incredibly non-intimidating and weak. Working with the Germans and Hydra during WWII, then spearheading the Winter Soldier program - which leads to Bucky Barnes being reborn as the metal-armed assassin of the same name - so much of the MCU's history, and even its present, is steeped in Zola's villainous machinations.

    That being said, he's a sniveling, pint-sized jerk who sends others into battle to fight on his behalf. Despite inventing superpowered exoskeletons, he never tries to don one himself because he's just a frightened inventor with a love for hate. Eventually, he perishes of a terminal disease, but his brain and consciousness are transferred and downloaded into a massive computer in a bunker beneath Camp Lehigh.

    But even then, his intelligence isn't loaded into a giant robot body (as it is in the comics). That could at least pose a threat to Steve Rogers and Natasha Romanoff when they discover the computer during the events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Instead, he's just an antique reel-to-reel computer, and all Zola can really do is stall the pair long enough for S.H.I.E.L.D. to try and blow the base up. Even this plan fails, as Steve and Natasha manage to escape, while Zola's mainframe is finally obliterated by the explosion.

  • Tony Stark (Without His Iron Man Armor) on Random Weakest Characters In The MCU

    (#11) Tony Stark (Without His Iron Man Armor)

    As a founding member of the Avengers, Tony has gone from a self-serving playboy arms dealer to a self-sacrificing savior of all mankind over the course of little more than a decade and a half. In his Iron Man battle armor, he's taken out hordes of Chitauri aliens, fought fire-breathing super soldiers, and blasted an army of vicious robots, all before snapping his fingers to obliterate a massive invading army threatening the entire planet.

    However, without his Iron Man armor, he's just a spoiled billionaire with a smart mouth. And unlike another billionaire with a powerful suit (we're looking at you, Bruce Wayne), he doesn't have years of ninja training to back up his caustic wit. He's an undeniable genius, which is how he created his many different suits in the first place, but in a scrape, he couldn't do much without some tech and gear. 

    For a clear visual reference to his relative strength, look no further than when he and Steve Rogers are chopping wood at Clint Barton's farm in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Tony has an ax and barely gets through a few logs while Steve doesn't even need a blade to rip the logs apart. Without his suit, Stark is just a thrill-seeking businessman.

  • Obadiah Stane on Random Weakest Characters In The MCU

    (#7) Obadiah Stane

    Tony Stark's business partner proves himself to be a maniacal slayer, and in the Iron Monger armor, he proves to be one of the first villains to really give Tony a run for his money as Iron Man. Even without the armor, Stane almost ends Tony when he gets the drop on him by paralyzing Tony and ripping the arc reactor out of his chest, which nearly ends the hotshot inventor's life.

    However, like Tony himself, so much of Stane's power comes when he's piloting the Iron Monger battle armor. Unlike Stark, he's not smart enough to design the tech himself, and he's at least two or three decades older. While he might look like a real badass with his bald head and formidable beard, if he and Stark had duked it out in the street with their bare hands, Tony would have flattened him - not to mention what literally any other hero in the MCU would have done to him.

  • Kraglin Obfonteri on Random Weakest Characters In The MCU

    (#6) Kraglin Obfonteri

    As the righthand man and first mate of the formerly disgraced Ravager Yondu Udonta, Kraglin is a devoted and loyal friend and shipmate. He's also brave (in many cases), standing up to the forces of Ronan the Accuser during the attack on Xandar and (ultimately) defying his fellow Ravagers after inadvertently sparking a mutiny against his captain.

    However, Kraglin is the consummate "watch the ship" guy. He's the one who is always saddled with the duty of holding down the fort while the real heroes put their lives on the line to battle the baddies. This is exactly his role in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, when Rocket Raccoon, Groot, and Yondu join the fight against Ego the Living Planet. He's on board the ship when the fleet of the Sovereign's omnicrafts appear, and he tries to warn his comrades. Why does he stay behind? Because everyone except him has something legitimately useful to lend to the battle.

  • Agent Phil Coulson on Random Weakest Characters In The MCU

    (#13) Agent Phil Coulson

    • Ultimate Spider-Man, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Thor, Iron Man, Nick Fury, The Avengers, Iron Man 2

    He's the man who brought the Avengers together by giving them something to avenge. He's a dedicated S.H.I.E.L.D. agent with a head for strategy and the perfect, measured demeanor that makes for a great leader and a stoic mentor. All that being said, he's a mild-mannered normie playing in a sandbox filled with literal gods, robotic battle suits, and rage-fueled super-beings.

    Despite never really having any chance at making it through unscathed, you've got to give the guy credit for not backing down in the face of constant peril. However, you just have to look at one specific scene in The Avengers to see exactly why he's one of the weakest players in the game. As he holds Loki at gunpoint with the giant laser blaster, it looks like he's struggling to even keep it aloft. Then, he gets pierced in the back and just perishes. He simply wasn't durable enough to run with the titans of that world. At least he got one last good blast in with that big laser cannon.

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With the advent of the 21st century and thanks to the rapid development of computer technology, it was finally possible for real superheroes to be portrayed in movies -- until the time was ripe for a Comic Book Adaptation. Fox and Sony have swept the US box office with the X men and spiderman films. The two successful films earned billions of dollars at the global box office, giving marvel, the brand’s licensing arm, less than $100 million in ticket sales. Not Wanting to be anyone’s wedding dress, marvel embarked on a path to making its own superhero blockbusters, with the ambitious Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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