History Franchise / MarvelUniverse

15th Jun '17 10:38:03 PM MegaJ
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** ''Film/XMen1'', a 2000 big-budget movie that spawned [[Film/XMenFilmSeries its own movie franchise]]. It had two direct sequels, in [[Film/X2XMenUnited 2003]] and [[Film/XMenTheLastStand 2006]]. In 2011 another prequel called ''Film/XMenFirstClass'' set in the 1960s focused on the younger days of Professor X and Magneto, which spawn another sequel, Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast, based on [[ComicBook/DaysOfFuturePast the famous X-Men story of the same name]] was released in 2014 and a second sequel Film/XMenApocalypse was released in 2016, based around Apocalypse. A spin-off film, ''Film/TheNewMutants'' was released in 2018.

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** ''Film/XMen1'', a 2000 big-budget movie that spawned [[Film/XMenFilmSeries its own movie franchise]]. It had two direct sequels, in [[Film/X2XMenUnited 2003]] and [[Film/XMenTheLastStand 2006]]. In 2011 another prequel called ''Film/XMenFirstClass'' set in the 1960s focused on the younger days of Professor X and Magneto, which spawn another sequel, Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast, based on [[ComicBook/DaysOfFuturePast the famous X-Men story of the same name]] was released in 2014 and 2014, a second sequel Film/XMenApocalypse was released in 2016, based around Apocalypse.and a third sequel Film/XMenDarkPhoenix was released in 2018. A spin-off film, ''Film/TheNewMutants'' was released in 2018.
12th Jun '17 7:09:50 AM AndyLA
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* AlliterativeName: This was a favored trope of Stan Lee (who employed it so that he would remember his characters' names more easily), so many of the universe's classic characters have this -- Peter Parker, Scott Summers, Richard Rider, Bruce Banner, Reed Richards, Susan Storm, Matthew Murdock, Stephen Strange, Pepper Potts, and so on.

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* AlliterativeName: This was a favored trope of Stan Lee (who employed it so that he would remember his characters' names more easily), so many of the universe's classic characters have this -- [[Comicbook/SpiderMan Peter Parker, Parker]], [[Comicbook/{{Cyclops}} Scott Summers, Summers]], [[Comicbook/{{Nova}} Richard Rider, Rider]], [[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk Bruce Banner, Banner]], [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Reed Richards, Susan Storm, Storm]], [[Comicbook/{{Daredevil}} Matthew Murdock, Murdock]], [[Comicbook/DoctorStrange Stephen Strange, Strange]], [[Comicbook/IronMan Pepper Potts, Potts]] (whose real first name is Virginia), and so on.
1st Jun '17 11:19:59 PM MegaJ
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** Several video games including ''VideoGame/CaptainAmericaAndTheAvengers'', ''Avengers in Galactic Storm'', ''VideoGame/MarvelAvengersAlliance'' and it's sequel and [[VideoGame/MarvelAvengersAllianceTactics spinoff]], ''Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth'', and ''LEGOMarvelsAvengers''.

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** Several video games including ''VideoGame/CaptainAmericaAndTheAvengers'', ''Avengers in Galactic Storm'', ''VideoGame/MarvelAvengersAlliance'' and it's sequel and [[VideoGame/MarvelAvengersAllianceTactics spinoff]], ''VideoGame/AvengersAcademy'', ''Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth'', and ''LEGOMarvelsAvengers''.



** ''Film/{{Blade|Trilogy}}'', the movie trilogy which featured Wesley Snipes as the titular VampireHunter in the late '90s and early '00s:

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** ''Film/{{Blade|Trilogy}}'', the movie trilogy which featured Wesley Snipes Creator/WesleySnipes as the titular VampireHunter in the late '90s and early '00s:



** [[Film/CaptainAmerica1979 A pair]] [[Film/CaptainAmericaIIDeathTooSoon of 1970s]] {{Made For TV Movie}}s, featuring a LegacyCharacter version who rides a motorcycle.
** A 1990 [[http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0103923/combined theatrical movie]] so bad the production company never released it and denied it existed. It was finally released on home video in 1992.
** A 2011 big-budget film version called ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'', starring Chris Evans in the role of the Star-Spangled Avenger. It got a [[Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier sequel in 2014]] and another on [[Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar in 2016]].

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** [[Film/CaptainAmerica1979 A pair]] [[Film/CaptainAmericaIIDeathTooSoon of 1970s]] Two {{Made For TV Movie}}s, ''Film/CaptainAmerica1979'' and ''Film/CaptainAmericaIIDeathTooSoon'', featuring a LegacyCharacter version who rides a motorcycle.
** ''Film/CaptainAmerica1990'', A 1990 [[http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0103923/combined theatrical movie]] movie so bad the production company never released it and denied it existed. It was finally released on home video in 1992.
** A 2011 big-budget film version called ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'', starring Chris Evans Creator/ChrisEvans in the role of the Star-Spangled Avenger. It got a [[Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier A sequel, ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier'' sequel was released in 2014]] 2014 and another on [[Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar the second sequel ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' was released in 2016]].2016.



** A [[Film/{{Thor}} Live Action Adaptation]] was released in 2011, directed by Creator/KennethBranagh and featuring Creator/ChrisHemsworth ([[Film/StarTrek Captain Kirk's dad]]) as Thor. Creator/BrianBlessed was originally tapped to play Odin, but was quickly replaced by Creator/AnthonyHopkins. A sequel, ''Film/ThorTheDarkWorld'', was released in 2013 and ''Film/ThorRagnarok'' was released in 2017.

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** A [[Film/{{Thor}} Live Action Adaptation]] was released in 2011, directed by Creator/KennethBranagh and featuring Creator/ChrisHemsworth ([[Film/StarTrek Captain Kirk's dad]]) as Thor. Creator/BrianBlessed was originally tapped to play Odin, but was quickly replaced by Creator/AnthonyHopkins. A sequel, ''Film/ThorTheDarkWorld'', was released in 2013 and the second sequel ''Film/ThorRagnarok'' was released in 2017.



** ''WesternAnimation/MarvelsSpiderMan'', the follow up to ''Ultimate Spider-Man'' featuring a back-to-basics approach with Spider-Man also teaming up with [[Comicbook/AnyaCorazon Spider-Girl]], ComicBook/SpiderGwen, and Comicbook/MilesMorales.



** A number of video games which include ''SpiderManAndTheXMenInArcadesRevenge'', ''VideoGame/SpiderMan'' and it's sequel ''SpiderMan2EnterElectro'', [[SpiderManTrilogy a series of video games]] based on the film trilogy which include ''VideoGame/SpiderManTheMovie'' and ''VideoGame/SpiderMan2'', ''VideoGame/UltimateSpiderMan'', ''VideoGame/SpiderManMysteriosMenace'', ''VideoGame/SpiderManFriendOrFoe'', ''VideoGame/SpiderManWebOfShadows'', ''VideoGame/SpiderManShatteredDimensions'', ''VideoGame/SpiderManEdgeOfTime'', ''VideoGame/TheAmazingSpiderMan'' and ''VideoGame/TheAmazingSpiderMan2'' based on ''The Amazing Spider-Man'' movies, and VideoGame/SpiderManPS4 developed by Creator/InsomniacGames.

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** A number of video games which include ''SpiderManAndTheXMenInArcadesRevenge'', ''VideoGame/SpiderMan'' and it's sequel ''SpiderMan2EnterElectro'', [[SpiderManTrilogy a series of video games]] based on the film trilogy which include ''VideoGame/SpiderManTheMovie'' and ''VideoGame/SpiderMan2'', ''VideoGame/UltimateSpiderMan'', ''VideoGame/SpiderManMysteriosMenace'', ''VideoGame/SpiderManFriendOrFoe'', ''VideoGame/SpiderManWebOfShadows'', ''VideoGame/SpiderManShatteredDimensions'', ''VideoGame/SpiderManEdgeOfTime'', ''VideoGame/SpiderManUnlimited'', ''VideoGame/TheAmazingSpiderMan'' and ''VideoGame/TheAmazingSpiderMan2'' based on ''The Amazing Spider-Man'' movies, and VideoGame/SpiderManPS4 developed by Creator/InsomniacGames.



** ''Series/TheGifted2017'', a live-action TV series focusing on an underground network of mutants on the run from the government.



** ''Film/XMen1'', a 2000 big-budget movie that spawned [[Film/XMen its own movie franchise]]. It had two direct sequels, in [[Film/X2XMenUnited 2003]] and [[Film/XMenTheLastStand 2006]]. In 2011 another prequel called ''Film/XMenFirstClass'' set in the 1960s focused on the younger days of Professor X and Magneto, which spawn another sequel, Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast, based on [[ComicBook/DaysOfFuturePast the famous X-Men story of the same name]] was released in 2014. Another 'prequel' movie was released [[Film/XMenApocalypse in 2016 based around Apocalypse]]. Characters appeared in the film series so far: ComicBook/{{Apocalypse}}, ComicBook/{{Cyclops}}, SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}, ComicBook/EmmaFrost, ComicBook/{{Gambit}}, ComicBook/JeanGrey, ComicBook/KittyPryde, ComicBook/{{Magneto}}, ComicBook/{{Psylocke}}, ComicBook/{{Storm}}, ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}, and many others.

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** ''Film/XMen1'', a 2000 big-budget movie that spawned [[Film/XMen [[Film/XMenFilmSeries its own movie franchise]]. It had two direct sequels, in [[Film/X2XMenUnited 2003]] and [[Film/XMenTheLastStand 2006]]. In 2011 another prequel called ''Film/XMenFirstClass'' set in the 1960s focused on the younger days of Professor X and Magneto, which spawn another sequel, Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast, based on [[ComicBook/DaysOfFuturePast the famous X-Men story of the same name]] was released in 2014. Another 'prequel' movie 2014 and a second sequel Film/XMenApocalypse was released [[Film/XMenApocalypse in 2016 2016, based around Apocalypse]]. Characters appeared Apocalypse. A spin-off film, ''Film/TheNewMutants'' was released in the film series so far: ComicBook/{{Apocalypse}}, ComicBook/{{Cyclops}}, SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}, ComicBook/EmmaFrost, ComicBook/{{Gambit}}, ComicBook/JeanGrey, ComicBook/KittyPryde, ComicBook/{{Magneto}}, ComicBook/{{Psylocke}}, ComicBook/{{Storm}}, ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}, and many others.2018.
30th May '17 11:49:16 PM MegaJ
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* ''ComicBook/{{SHIELD}}''
** ''ComicBook/NickFury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.'', a 1998 TV Movie starring Creator/DavidHasselhoff.
** ''S.H.I.E.L.D.'' plays a huge role in the ''Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse'', being featured in many films, most prominently featuring agents Nick Fury (played by Creator/SamuelLJackson), Phil Coulson, and Comicbook/MariaHill.
** ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'', a TV series set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe featuring the characters Phil Coulson and ComicBook/DaisyJohnson aka Quake.
** ''Series/AgentCarter'', a TV series set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe starring ComicBook/PeggyCarter and the early days of ''S.H.I.E.L.D.''



* ''ComicBook/{{SHIELD}}''
8th May '17 7:30:58 AM NVPOWER
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** [[spoiler: The Wolverine comics revealed not only that Weapon X is in fact controlled by [[NebulousEvilOrganisation an organization of greater scope villains called Weapon Plus, a secret governmental organization hellbent on eradicating mutants]], who is responsible (directly or indirectly) for a LOT of the crappy stuff that Wolverine went through in his life, but also that they are (directly or indirectly) responsible for the existence of many heroes and villains of the Marvel Universe, not just Wolverine himself. They created project rebirth, wich makes them indirectly responsible for the creation of Captain America and Isaiah Bradley(or to be more specific, the super soldier serum, AKA Weapon I). They also created Weapon II(a weird squirrel with Wolverine's powers), The Skinless Man(Weapon III), Nuke(One of Daredevil's villains and Weapon VII), X-23, Deadpool, Huntsman(Weapon XII), Fantomex(Weapon XIII), The Stepford Cuckoos(Clones of Emma Frost and Weapon XIV), Ultimaton(Weapon XV), Allgod(Weapon XVI) and according to WordOfGod, they are also responsible for creating or empowering many more unknown characters, both heroes and villains. In some comics, it's also implied that they might have been involved with the prison experiments that gave Luke Cage his powers, the program that created the sentinels and the Red Room Black Widow Ops organization that created the multiple Black Widows(like Natasha Romanoff and Yelena Belova). The organization has also been known to work with and provide money and ressources to other villainous organizations(especially those that hate the X-men) like A.I.M., HYDRA, The Hellfire Club, ROXXON, The Purifiers, OSCORP, ect...Later on, it's revealed that Weapon Plus was created and controlled by an even GREATER greater scope villain known as Romulus. He claims to be responsible for EVERYTHING that happened in Logan's life and more, with plenty of evidence to back up said claim (Such as immense intimate knowledge of Wolverine's life, for example). The aforementioned John Sublime was pulling strings in the program as well, and to make things even more confusing, WordOfGod from the writer of the very first Weapon X story indicated that the original greater scope villain was going to be Apocalypse, but this never saw print for unknown reasons.]]

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** [[spoiler: The Wolverine comics revealed not only that Weapon X is in fact controlled by [[NebulousEvilOrganisation an organization of greater scope villains called Weapon Plus, a secret governmental organization hellbent on eradicating mutants]], who is responsible (directly or indirectly) for a LOT of the crappy stuff that Wolverine went through in his life, but also that they are (directly or indirectly) responsible for the existence of many heroes and villains of the Marvel Universe, not just Wolverine himself. They created project rebirth, wich makes them indirectly responsible for the creation of Captain America and Isaiah Bradley(or to be more specific, the super soldier serum, AKA Weapon I). They also created Weapon II(a weird squirrel with Wolverine's powers), The Skinless Man(Weapon III), Nuke(One of Daredevil's villains and Weapon VII), X-23, Deadpool, Huntsman(Weapon XII), Fantomex(Weapon XIII), The Stepford Cuckoos(Clones of Emma Frost and Weapon XIV), Ultimaton(Weapon XV), Allgod(Weapon XVI) and according to WordOfGod, they are also responsible for creating or empowering many more unknown characters, both heroes and villains. They are also responsible for creating Project:Gladiator, wich makes them indirectly responsible for creating Man-Thing. In some comics, it's also implied that they might have been involved with the prison experiments that gave Luke Cage his powers, the program that created the sentinels and the Red Room Black Widow Ops organization that created the multiple Black Widows(like Natasha Romanoff and Yelena Belova). The organization has also been known to work with and provide money and ressources to other villainous organizations(especially those that hate the X-men) like A.I.M., HYDRA, The Hellfire Club, ROXXON, The Purifiers, OSCORP, ect...Later on, it's revealed that Weapon Plus was created and controlled by an even GREATER greater scope villain known as Romulus. He claims to be responsible for EVERYTHING that happened in Logan's life and more, with plenty of evidence to back up said claim (Such as immense intimate knowledge of Wolverine's life, for example). The aforementioned John Sublime was pulling strings in the program as well, and to make things even more confusing, WordOfGod from the writer of the very first Weapon X story indicated that the original greater scope villain was going to be Apocalypse, but this never saw print for unknown reasons.]]
2nd May '17 11:56:41 PM rmctagg09
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* MadGod: '''Thanos''', also usually known as Thanos the Mad Titan. Thor as well when driven to Warrior's Madness.

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'''Thanos''', also usually known as Thanos the Mad Titan. Thor as well when driven to Warrior's Madness.


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* MagicOrPsychic: Psychic powers are common mutant or alien powers, while magic stems from a variety of sources. However it seems that nearly anyone, human, mutant, or other, can learn or acquire magic.
28th Apr '17 2:25:29 PM MadAnthony94
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* ComicBooksAreReal: Marvel Comics exists ''within'' the Marvel Universe. Steve Rogers, Captain America himself, once illustrated his own series. Rich Rider, the first Nova, got his discontinued in favor of a series about a cartoon mouse [[DudeWheresMyRespect just after he saved Marv Wolfman and Sal Buscema]].
24th Apr '17 10:26:09 AM NVPOWER
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** [[spoiler: The Wolverine comics revealed not only that Weapon X is in fact controlled by [[NebulousEvilOrganisation an organization of greater scope villains called Weapon Plus, a secret governmental organization hellbent on eradicating mutants]], who is responsible (directly or indirectly) for a LOT of the crappy stuff that Wolverine went through in his life, but also that they are (directly or indirectly) responsible for the existence of many heroes and villains of the Marvel Universe, not just Wolverine himself. They created project rebirth, wich makes them indirectly responsible for the creation of Captain America and Isaiah Bradley(or to be more specific, the super soldier serum, AKA Weapon I). They also created Weapon II(a weird squirrel with Wolverine's powers), The Skinless Man(Weapon III), Nuke(One of Daredevil's villains and Weapon VII), X-23, Deadpool, Huntsman(Weapon XII), Fantomex(Weapon XIII), The Stepford Cuckoos(Clones of Emma Frost and Weapon XIV), Ultimaton(Weapon XV), Allgod(Weapon XVI) and according to Word of God, they are also responsible for creating or empowering many more unknown characters, both heroes and villains. In some comics, it's also implied that they might have been involved with the prison experiments that gave Luke Cage his powers, the program that created the sentinels and the Red Room Black Widow Ops organization that created the multiple Black Widows(like Natasha Romanoff and Yelena Belova). The organization has also been known to work with and provide money and ressources to other villainous organizations(especially those that hate the X-men) like A.I.M., HYDRA, The Hellfire Club, ROXXON, The Purifiers, OSCORP, ect...Later on, it's revealed that Weapon Plus was created and controlled by an even GREATER greater scope villain known as Romulus. He claims to be responsible for EVERYTHING that happened in Logan's life and more, with plenty of evidence to back up said claim (Such as immense intimate knowledge of Wolverine's life, for example). The aforementioned John Sublime was pulling strings in the program as well, and to make things even more confusing, Word of God from the writer of the very first Weapon X story indicated that the original greater scope villain was going to be Apocalypse, but this never saw print for unknown reasons.]]

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** [[spoiler: The Wolverine comics revealed not only that Weapon X is in fact controlled by [[NebulousEvilOrganisation an organization of greater scope villains called Weapon Plus, a secret governmental organization hellbent on eradicating mutants]], who is responsible (directly or indirectly) for a LOT of the crappy stuff that Wolverine went through in his life, but also that they are (directly or indirectly) responsible for the existence of many heroes and villains of the Marvel Universe, not just Wolverine himself. They created project rebirth, wich makes them indirectly responsible for the creation of Captain America and Isaiah Bradley(or to be more specific, the super soldier serum, AKA Weapon I). They also created Weapon II(a weird squirrel with Wolverine's powers), The Skinless Man(Weapon III), Nuke(One of Daredevil's villains and Weapon VII), X-23, Deadpool, Huntsman(Weapon XII), Fantomex(Weapon XIII), The Stepford Cuckoos(Clones of Emma Frost and Weapon XIV), Ultimaton(Weapon XV), Allgod(Weapon XVI) and according to Word of God, WordOfGod, they are also responsible for creating or empowering many more unknown characters, both heroes and villains. In some comics, it's also implied that they might have been involved with the prison experiments that gave Luke Cage his powers, the program that created the sentinels and the Red Room Black Widow Ops organization that created the multiple Black Widows(like Natasha Romanoff and Yelena Belova). The organization has also been known to work with and provide money and ressources to other villainous organizations(especially those that hate the X-men) like A.I.M., HYDRA, The Hellfire Club, ROXXON, The Purifiers, OSCORP, ect...Later on, it's revealed that Weapon Plus was created and controlled by an even GREATER greater scope villain known as Romulus. He claims to be responsible for EVERYTHING that happened in Logan's life and more, with plenty of evidence to back up said claim (Such as immense intimate knowledge of Wolverine's life, for example). The aforementioned John Sublime was pulling strings in the program as well, and to make things even more confusing, Word of God WordOfGod from the writer of the very first Weapon X story indicated that the original greater scope villain was going to be Apocalypse, but this never saw print for unknown reasons.]]
24th Apr '17 10:20:55 AM NVPOWER
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* GreaterScopeVillain: The Marvel Universe has the cosmic beings Death and Oblivion, who are incredibly powerful and exactly what they sound like. They tend to empower mortals to achieve their goals for them; Thanos and Maelstrom, respectively, are their favorite "heralds," each of whom is a universe-threatening Big Bad in his own right. The two cosmic beings have each been around for (in our time) decades, and have been directly battled only a handful of times. ◦ Weapon Plus too, to a lesser extent. See the X-men section above for more details.

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* GreaterScopeVillain: The Marvel Universe has the cosmic beings Death and Oblivion, who are incredibly powerful and exactly what they sound like. They tend to empower mortals to achieve their goals for them; Thanos and Maelstrom, respectively, are their favorite "heralds," each of whom is a universe-threatening Big Bad in his own right. The two cosmic beings have each been around for (in our time) decades, and have been directly battled only a handful of times. ◦ Weapon Plus too, to a lesser extent. See the X-men section above for more details.
24th Apr '17 10:19:28 AM NVPOWER
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◦ As revealed during Fear Itself, the Marvel Universe's real Satan. The other demon lords hold meetings around his throne sometimes, but it's stated that all of them, including, apparently, cosmically-powered ones like Shuma-Gorath and the aforementioned Dormammu, are terrified of even trying to sit on it. He's been gone from this plane of existence so long that even among the demons themselves it's a common belief that he doesn't actually exist.
◦ The trope can easily become a problem when a bunch of writers work in a shared universe, especially one where the characters are in speaking distance of each other. For example, Marvel kept doing multibook crossovers over the course of the two years Lucifer was, or at least six hundred and sixteen fragments of him were, running wild and free on Earth. With the possible exception of Annihilation, nothing that inspired the crossover events was a bad a problem as this but Ghost Rider was the only one who seemed to care about it.
◦ In Spider-Verse, Solus is the Greater Scope Villain. He is father to Morlun and all the other Inheritors, but doesn't take part in the Great Hunt for totemic beings himself. He also turns out to be a cosmic-scale threat capable of going toe-to-toe with the Spider-Man of Earth-13, a reality where he kept his Captain Universe powers.
◦ The Sub-Mariner has Set, the ancient serpent god loosely adapted from Conan the Barbarian. Namor has rarely fought Set in person, but Set's servants Paul Destine, Naga, Llyra, and Ghaur have been involved in many of the terrible things that have happened to him and Atlantis over the years.

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** As revealed during Fear Itself, the Marvel Universe's real Satan. The other demon lords hold meetings around his throne sometimes, but it's stated that all of them, including, apparently, cosmically-powered ones like Shuma-Gorath and the aforementioned Dormammu, are terrified of even trying to sit on it. He's been gone from this plane of existence so long that even among the demons themselves it's a common belief that he doesn't actually exist.
** The trope can easily become a problem when a bunch of writers work in a shared universe, especially one where the characters are in speaking distance of each other. For example, Marvel kept doing multibook crossovers over the course of the two years Lucifer was, or at least six hundred and sixteen fragments of him were, running wild and free on Earth. With the possible exception of Annihilation, nothing that inspired the crossover events was a bad a problem as this but Ghost Rider was the only one who seemed to care about it.
** In Spider-Verse, Solus is the Greater Scope Villain. He is father to Morlun and all the other Inheritors, but doesn't take part in the Great Hunt for totemic beings himself. He also turns out to be a cosmic-scale threat capable of going toe-to-toe with the Spider-Man of Earth-13, a reality where he kept his Captain Universe powers.
** The Sub-Mariner has Set, the ancient serpent god loosely adapted from Conan the Barbarian. Namor has rarely fought Set in person, but Set's servants Paul Destine, Naga, Llyra, and Ghaur have been involved in many of the terrible things that have happened to him and Atlantis over the years.
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