These moments of loss add depth to their characters, humanizing these icons and making their victories all the more glorious.
It stands as a poignant testament to the cost of internal conflict, showcasing the Avengers’ most significant loss, one inflicted upon themselves.
Marvel’s House of M storyline dealt a devastating blow to the Avengers, courtesy of the Scarlet Witch.
In this intense showdown, Spider-Man found himself pitted against a relentless foe armed with pyrotechnic powers that seemed unstoppable.
The Wasp is known for her infectious energy, tactical acumen, and, of course, her ability to shrink and grow at will, all while packing a powerful sting.
In this alternate timeline, the X-Men found themselves in an Orwellian nightmare where mutants were hunted down, incarcerated, or worse.
In “Fear Itself” (#7), Thor confronts the Serpent, his once-banished uncle, in a battle that pushes him beyond his limits.
One of the most memorable times in Marvel history was when the heroes lost the battle against Apocalypse in the ‘Age of Apocalypse’ storyline.
Even the mightiest superheroes can meet their match, and Captain Britain was no exception when he went up against Isca.
Marvel’s universe is not just about superheroes’ victories; defeats also play a crucial role in shaping these characters.
This saga saw the Mad Titan Thanos, armed with all six Infinity Stones, ascending to god-like omnipotence.