10 Times When Marvel Superheroes Gone Mad: Over the years, Marvel Comics has introduced us to a vast array of heroic characters.
“The Dark Phoenix Saga,” Jean Grey, a member of the X-Men, is exposed to a powerful cosmic force that transforms her into the immensely powerful.
The Old Man Logan storyline, Wolverine is depicted as an older, more broken man living in a dystopian future where the villains have won and taken over.
“World War Hulk,” the Hulk is tricked by the Illuminati, a group of powerful superheroes, into leaving Earth for a distant planet.
“House of M,” Scarlet Witch, a powerful mutant with reality-warping abilities, creates an alternate reality where mutants are the dominant species.
“The Ultimates 3,” the Ultimates, a team of superheroes from the Ultimate Marvel universe, are faced with a new threat in the form of Hank Pym.
“Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” Captain America discovers that his old friend and fellow soldier Bucky Barnes, who was thought to have died during World War II.
“Secret Empire,” it is revealed that Captain America has been secretly working for the villainous organization Hydra all along.
The Punisher, a vigilante anti-hero known for his brutal tactics and targeting of criminals, becomes a full-blown villain and begins targeting other superheroes.
Upon learning that Bucky Barnes, also known as the Winter Soldier, was responsible for killing Tony Stark’s mother, Stark became consumed with rage.
The Incredible Hulk storyline, the Hulk, a powerful superhero with incredible strength, goes on a rampage and becomes a major threat to the world.