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Hercules in the Marvel Comics Universe is a character rich with narrative potential and compelling mythological connection, yet to make his full-force debut in the live-action realm of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Numerous speculations surround his potential introduction, particularly in the upcoming fifth Thor movie (if made), where his presence could significantly influence the film’s narrative and tone.
Captain Britain, or Brian Braddock, is another Marvel superhero whose appearance on the big screen is highly anticipated by fans.
The celestial warrior with Asgardian roots and a unique blend of attributes, “Angela” is a character that can add layers to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Nova, embodied by Richard Rider, remains a yet-to-be-explored marvel in the cinematic universe.
Created in the 90s, Darkhawk offers a mix of teenage angst and superhero action, combined with a touch of mystery and science fiction.
Baldwin, initially a student in the fictional town of Springdale, gains kinetic energy-based powers following a science experiment gone awry, adopting the superhero moniker “Speedball.”
Known as Laura Dean in her civilian life, she is a character in the Marvel Universe with a unique set of powers that can add a different dimension to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
Eli Bradley, a potent symbol of youthful leadership within the Young Avengers, holds a unique lineage as the grandson of Isaiah Bradley, the Black Captain America.
Dwayne Taylor, may not resonate as a household name among the current generation of Marvel fans, but his potential introduction to the MCU could breathe new life into the superhero realm.