10 Strongest Witches from Marvel Comics: When compared to the mutants, superheroes and gods. witches frequently receive less attention.
Although she only has a very rudimentary understanding of magic, Nico Minoru does have a lot of potential as a witch.
No, not Black Widow portrayed by Scarlett Johansson. This is an older incarnation of Black Widow that was first released in the 1940s.
The mutant younger sister of Colossus is Illyana Nikolievna Rasputina. She can travel through space and time and has strong magic skills.
Despite being among the Marvel witches and the wife of Odin and the mother of Thor, Freyja is rarely in the spotlight.
In Marvel comics, Amanda Sefton, also known as Jimaine Szardos, is a sorceress. She is the progeny of the much more potent witch than Sefton herself, Marali Szardos.
Kale was born with a natural sensitivity to magical forces. She discovered that Illyana Kale, an ancestor who penned the Tome of Zhered-Na, was a cultist after researching her family background out of curiosity.
Le Fay, a half-faerie, half-human being who has remained one of the best magicians for hundreds of years, is immortal.
Scarlet Witch has the capacity to alter probability within a predetermined range, or “hex-sphere.” In the House of M plot, she has in the past completely altered reality through reality distortion.
Although Megan Gwynn is currently one of the most powerful Marvel witches, this was not always the case.
Following the appearance of Agatha Harkness in WandaVision, her popularity skyrocketed. The immortal witch is a skilled sorcerer with a vast body of knowledge at her disposal.