In this spine-chilling article, we delve into the dark corners of Marvel’s pantheon to unveil the 10 most evil gods in Marvel Comics.
Knull, the malevolent and sinister God of Darkness, reigns supreme over the Symbiotes that he created and mastered, and is considered to be one of the most powerful among them.
As the goddess of the afterlife, Hela has jurisdiction over death and destruction, which are integral components of her portfolio.
Ares, the God of War, hails from the Greek lineage of deities. Initially introduced as a foe to Thor, the Norse God of Thunder, and his half-brother Hercules, Ares gradually evolved into a true villain.
In Greek mythology, the portrayal of the King of Gods and Olympus has always been intricate. This ego-centered craving for power has seeped into Marvel Comics as well.
Following the death of their father, Cul Borson, the elder sibling of Odin, ascended to the position of All-Father and became the ruler of Asgard.
The origins of Lilith can be traced back to Mesopotamian mythology, where she was greatly feared. Her entire existence is shrouded in legend, and her unclear origins.
There are two ways to approach Kly’bn. Firstly, from the Skrull’s point of view, he is their ultimate deity and the reason for their evil actions during the secret invasion.
Next up is a character who played a significant role in the critical disasters that were the Ghost Rider movies. Mephisto is the Marvel Comics’ version of the Devil and he reigns over Hell.
Chthon, one of the original Elder Gods present at the dawn of the universe, was the first black magician to exist on Earth during the reign of these divine beings.
Amatsu-Mikaboshi, also known as Chaos King, is regarded as the God of Evil, Chaos, and the Stars among the followers of the Shinto religion in Japan.