Characters / Avengers (2010s Members)

This page lists all the characters in the Marvel Universe who joined The Avengers in the 2010s. Those currently serving on a team mentioned are bolded. Because so many characters became Avengers during this decade, the ones listed here are organized by their era of initial membership.

For other Avenger character pages sorted by decade, see here.

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Heroic Age recruits

    Agent 13 

Agent 13

Real name: Sharon Carter
First Appearance: Tales of Suspense #75 (March 1966)
Team(s) served on: Secret Avengers


see the Agent 13 page

    Ant-Man III 

Ant-Man

Real name: Eric O'Grady
First Appearance: Irredemable Ant-Man #1 (December 2006)
Team(s) served on: Secret Avengers


see the Ant-Man page

    Bucky Barnes 

Winter Soldier / Captain America

Real name: James Buchanan "Bucky" Barnes
First Appearance: Captain America Comics #1 (March 1941) note  / Captain America #1 (January 2005) note  / Captain America #34 (January 2008) note 
Team(s) served on: The Avengers, New Avengers


see the Winter Soldier page

    Doctor Strange 

Doctor Strange

Real name: Stephen Strange
First Appearance: Strange Tales #110 (July 1963)
Team(s) served on: New Avengers


see the Doctor Strange page

    Iron Fist 

Iron Fist

Real name: Daniel "Danny" Rand
First Appearance: Marvel Premier #15 (May 1974)
Team(s) served on: The Avengers, New Avengers


see the Iron Fist page

    Noh-Varr 

Captain Marvel / Protector / Marvel Boy

Real name: Noh-Varr
First Appearance: Marvel Boy #1 (August 2000) note  / Dark Avengers #1 (March 2009) note  / Ms. Marvel #50 (April 2010) note 
Team(s) served on: Secret Avengers, Young Avengers



    Nova 

Nova

Real name: Richard Rider
First Appearance: Nova #1 (September 1976)
Team(s) served on: Secret Avengers


see the Nova page

    Red Hulk 

Red Hulk

Real name: Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross
First Appearance: The Incredible Hulk #1 (May 1962) note  / Hulk #1 (January 2008) note 
Team(s) served on: The Avengers


see the Red Hulk page

    Spider-Woman 

Spider-Woman

Real name: Jessica Drew
First Appearance: Marvel Spotlight #32 (February 1977)


see the Spider-Woman page

    Valkyrie 

Valkyrie

Real name: Bruunhilde
First Appearance: The Avengers #83 (December 1970)
Team(s) served on: Secret Avengers




Shattered Heroes recruits

    Captain Britain 

Captain Britain

Real name: Brian Braddock
First Appearance: Captain Britain #1 (October 1976)
Team(s) served on: Secret Avengers, The Avengers


see the Captain Britain page

    Quake 

Quake

Real name: Daisy Johnson
First Appearance: Secret War #2 (July 2004)


see the Quake page

    Daredevil 

Daredevil

Real name: Matthew "Matt" Murdock
First Appearance: Daredevil #1 (April 1964)
Team(s) served on: New Avengers


see the Daredevil pahe

    Storm 

Storm

Real name: Ororo Munroe
First Appearance: Giant-Size X-Men #1 (May 1975)
Team(s) served on: The Avengers


see the Storm page

    Agent Venom 

Agent Venom

Real name: Eugene "Flash" Thompson
First Appearance: Amazing Fantasy #15 (August 1963) note  / The Amazing Spider-Man #654 (April 2011) note 
Team(s) served on: Secret Avengers


see the Venom page


Marvel NOW! recruits

    Cannonball 

Cannonball

Real name: Samuel "Sam" Guthie
First Appearance: Marvel Graphic Novel #4: The New Mutants (September 1984)



    Captain Universe 

Captain Universe

Real name: Tamara Devoux
First Appearance: Avengers Vol. 5 #1 (February 2013)
Team(s) served on: The Avengers


  • Anthropomorphic Personification: Of the universe itself.
  • Broken Hero: Both personalities, Tamara was in a car accident and was in a coma for a decade before Captain Universe took her body as her host. Captain Universe feels some is wrong with universe and a great disturbance coming from the Earth that warranted it/her taking on a full time host to confront the yet shown threat.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Due to Tamara's brain damage, any time she's at the wheel she just talks about pie.
  • Distaff Counterpart
  • Flip Personality: Due to their circumstances Captain Universe is in control most of the times but Tamara will have moments where she returns to the surface.
  • Legacy Character: Technically the Captain Universe power jumps from host to host, the current Captain Universe appearing Avengers is just one of a long line.
  • Physical God: The Builders worship the Uni-Power.
  • Super Strength


    Doombot 

Doombot

Real name: None
First Appearance: Age of Ultron #10A.I
Team(s) served on: Avengers A.I.


    Havok 

Havok

Real name: Alex Summers
First Appearance: X-Men #54 (March 1969)
Teams served on: Avengers Unity Squad


  • Cain and Abel: While Scott is readying a mutant revolution, Alex has pretty much become the face of mutant/human relations by becoming the leader of his own team of Avengers.
  • Energy Absorption: Absorbs cosmic energy from the atmosphere and he can fire it at will.
  • Hand Blast: He tends to fire his energy blasts through his hands.


    Hyperion 

Hyperion

Real name: Marcus Milton
First Appearance: Avengers #85 (February 1971)
Team(s) served on: The Avengers



    Manifold 

Manifold

Real name: Eden Fesi
First Appearance: Secret Warriors #4 (July 2009)
Team(s) served on: The Avengers



    Rogue 

Rogue

Real name: Anna Marie
First Appearance: Avengers Annual #10 (October 1981)
Team(s) served on: Avengers Unity Squad (field leader)


see the Rogue page

    Smasher 

Smasher

Real name: Isabel "Izzy" Kane
First Appearance: Avengers Vol. 5 #1 (February 2013)
Team(s) served on: The Avengers


  • Alternate Company Equivalent: Inverted as she is the Distaff Counterpart legacy of a character based around the LegionOfSuper-Heroes character, Ultra Boy.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: During the events of the opening story arc of the series Avengers World, She gets better.
  • Eye Beams
  • Flying Brick
  • Legacy Character: She is the fifth character shown to hold the title of Smasher in the Marvel Universe
    • She's also the granddaughter of a Golden Age hero. Originally Dan Dare but it was in later printings of her origin issue and other stories that was Retcon to a Marvel Golden Age hero, Dan Kane, known as Captain Terror.
  • The Nth Doctor: Despite being the 5th named character, Izzy's origin shows that at any given time there are 1000s different 'subguardians' active at anytime working toward eventually taking over a 'Superguardian' title (such as Smasher) and join the main branch of the Imperial Guard.


    Sunfire 

Sunfire

Real name: Shiro Yoshida
First Appearance: X-Men #64 (January 1970)
Team(s) served on: Avengers Unity Squad



    Sunspot 

Sunspot

Real name: Roberto da Costa
First Appearance: Marvel Graphic Novel #4: The New Mutants (November 1982)



    Shang-Chi 

Shang-Chi

Real name: Shang-Chi
First Appearance: Special Marvel Edition #15 (December 1973)



    Victor Mancha 

Victor Mancha

Real name: Victor Mancha
First Appearance: Runaways Vol 2 #1 (April 2005)
Team(s) served on: Avengers A.I.



Infinity recruits

    Abyss 

Abyss

Real name: Abyss
First Appearance: Cable #40 (February 1997)
Team(s) served on: The Avengers, New Avengers



    The Protector (Alexis) 

The Protector

Real name: Alexis
First Appearance: Age of Ultron #10 (August 2013)
Team(s) served on: Avengers A.I.


  • Cain and Abel: Her relationship with Dimitrios could be thought of as such, both were born from the virus that Hank Pym created to destroy Ultron.
  • Flight
  • Flying Brick: As an artificial being she's much more durable than any human, she also possess super strength and the ability to fly.
  • Hand Blast: Can Fire blast of purple energy from her fists.
  • Identity Amnesia: When she was first found, she had no memory of who or what she was.
  • My Future Self and Me: Has met two future versions of herself that helped her get past the mental blocks placed on her by Dimitrios.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Compared to most of the other A.I. beings in the diamond Alexis is ancient, being one of the original first six A.I. that evolved from the diamond.
  • Ridiculously Human Robot
  • Seers: Seems to have some type of precognitive ability.
  • Super Strength: Shown lifting a piece of a giant sentinel overhead with one arm.
  • Tangled Family Tree: She's technically one of Pym's artificial grandchildren, since he was the creator of the virus that spawned the diamond and her and the other five original AI. This also makes her and Dimitrios 'cousins' to Vision, Jocasta, and Victor.

    Blue Marvel 

Blue Marvel

Real name: Adam Brashear
First Appearance: Adam: Legends of the Blue Marvel #1 (January 2009)
Team(s) served on: Mighty Avengers, The Ultimates


  • Antagonistic Offspring: His second son, Max, is pissed at him, blaming him for what happened to his brother. They do eventually reconcile.
  • Antimatter: His powers were the result of an accident when he was working on a negative reactor which would harness anti-matter by creating a bridge between the negative zone and the positive matter universe.
  • Cool Old Guy: Though he looks like he's in his late 40's, he's actually around his mid to late 80's.
  • Eye Beams
  • Flying Brick
  • Healing Factor
  • Hero of Another Story: Adam has had a long life full of strange adventures, including among other things fighting the sentient Y2K virus.
  • Kryptonite Factor: Neutronium, an unstable element from outside conventional reality, is one of the few things that can actually hurt him.
  • Light 'em Up
  • My Greatest Failure: His son Kevin is trapped in the neutral zone, and he's incapable of doing anything to save him. Eventually, it turns out Kevin changed in his time out there, and meaning he couldn't come home if he wanted to.
  • The Needless: Adam doesn't really need to sleep, and after his wife's passing started avoiding it.
  • Retired Badass: He was forced out of business by the U.S. government in the 60s, but took up adventuring on the quiet after a few decades, until his son's accident and his wife's passing. It took Thanos' invasion for him to get back into business again.
  • Omnidisciplinary Scientist: Has a wide knowledge of a lot of sciences. But then, he has had several decades to study them.
  • Person of Mass Destruction
  • Science Hero

    Ex Nihilo 

Ex Nihilo

Real name: Ex Nihilo
First Appearance: Avengers Vol. 5 #1 (February 2013)
Team(s) served on: The Avengers, New Avengers


  • Affably Evil
  • Brother–Sister Team: With Abyss
  • Evilutionary Biologist: Of the cosmic type, he and his sister Abyss have been traveling from world to world evolving species that they deemed worthy of evolution. But he's not evil, per se. Just misguided. Once Captain Universe tells him to stop destroying worlds, he agrees.
  • Eye Beams: Fires one from the third eye on his forehead.
  • Heel–Face Turn:
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Alongside Abyss and the rest of the Ex Nihilii, turning a Beyonder into a tree.
  • Hostile Terraforming: Attempts to do this to the Earth, drawing the attention of the Avengers.
  • Horned Humanoid: Sports two large uneven horns.
  • Jumped at the Call: After being informed that Captain Universe wanted him to join the team, Captain America asked if he had it in him to be an Avenger, he drew a line through the omega on his chest turning it into an A.
  • Large Ham: He's very jovial and bombastic, and almost never seen without a smile on his face.
  • Meaningful Name
  • Power Up Full Color Change: Changes from gold to black when using his powers offensively or enraged.
  • Third Eye
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Aleph, his father-figures, exists to destroy planets that the Builders no longer consider worthy. Ex Nihilo's attempt to terraform Earth was a last ditch effort to avoid doing this.


    Nightmask 

Nightmask

Real name: Adam Blackveil
First Appearance: Avengers Vol. 5 #3 (March 2013) note  / Avengers Vol. 5 #6 (April 2013) note 
Team(s) served on: The Avengers, New Avengers


  • Artificial Human: He was created on Mars by Ex Nihilo to be the new Adam to the new race of humans that would come to inherit the earth.
  • Harbinger of Impending Doom: After his birth he tries to warn everyone of the approaching White Event, unfortunately for him no one could understand a single word that he was saying.
  • Merlin Sickness: As of the eight month time jump he's aging in reverse, looking more like a teenager than the full grown adult he was when he was born on Mars. This is because he's part of a universal system that's broken, meaning he de-ages every time he uses his powers. It eventually kills him, though he eventually gets better.
  • Power Tattoo: The glowing crescent moon glyph on his forehead.
  • Really Was Born Yesterday: A fact which gets lampshaded on occasion.
  • Those Two Guys: Ends up in this dynamic with Star Brand once they meet.
  • The Unintelligible: He spoke only in builder code, at least until Captain Universe gave him the ability to speak English.


    Power Man II 

Power Man

Real name: Victor Alvarez
First Appearance: Dark Reign: The List - Daredevil #1 (November 2009) note  / Shadowland: Power Man #1 (October 2010) note 


    Ronin / Blade 

Ronin / Blade

Real name: Eric Brooks
First Appearance: Tomb of Dracula #10 (July 1973) note  / Mighty Avengers Vol 2 #1 (November 2013) note  / Mighty Avengers Vol 2 #4.INH (February, 2014) note 
Team(s) served on: Mighty Avengers

  • Healing Factor: Heals from being disembowled. He is fine a few pages later.
  • Living MacGuffin: Is this to the deathwalkers, as they required a hybrid to sacrifice in order to complete their spell.
  • Second Super-Identity: Because of unknown circumstances he has to hide his true identity. First appearing to help Luke, Spider-Man, and Monica as the Spider-Hero, and later adopting the Ronin identity.
    • Turns out it was because he needed a costume to hide his identity. Otherwise the Deathwalkers would find out he was in the area and would catch onto him.

    Starbrand 

Starbrand

Real name: Kevin Connor
First Appearance: Avengers Vol 5 #7 (May 2013)
Team(s) served on: The Avengers, New Avengers


  • Artifact of Doom: The Star Brand, which gives it's wielder the power enough to destroy a world.
  • Death by Origin Story: Inadvertently caused the deaths of everyone in his college when he received the Star Brand.
  • Flying Brick: The Star Brand effectively turns him into one of these, though one powerful enough to defend an entire planet.
  • How Do I Shot Web?: His early use of the Star Brand resulted in a lot of trouble.
  • Legacy Character: Kinda-sorta. The Star Brand's been around since The New Universe and caused a lot of trouble when it showed up in the MU proper 15+ years ago.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: The Star Brand is one of the most powerful weapons in existence, and the White Events are designed to confer these powers on beings who are properly suited to use that power. This White Event went wrong, but Kevin seems to be doing fine with the power he's got. Usually.
  • Power Tattoo: The aforementioned Star Brand.
  • Power Up Full Color Change: When he interfaces with the Earth as a last-ditch move, the color of his uniform (which was created by his powers) permanently changes from red to blue.
  • Super Loser: He originally was an adorkable, socially awkward, scrawy dweeb that everyone mostly ignored. After he gets almost unlimited power he's still pretty much an adorkable, socially awkward, scrawy dweeb that everyone mostly ignores.
  • Superpower Lottery: Like you wouldn't believe.
  • Super Senses: After a time, the Star Brand begins to give him these. He can see atoms merging.
  • Super Strength: Strong enough to punch the Hulk into orbit, and a blow from Mjolnir doesn't even phase him. And that's just when he starts off.
  • Taking You with Me: To a Beyonder. Albeit not willingly.


    White Tiger V 

White Tiger

Real name: Ava Ayala
First Appearance: Avengers Academy #20 (December 2011)


  • Animal Theme Naming
  • Badass Family: Both her elder brother and niece have had runs as the White Tiger. Neither times ended spectacularly well, which is something that troubles Ava.
  • Bash Brothers: Has become this with Victor, as their powers compliment one another.
  • Cat Girl
  • Femme Fatalons
  • Healing Factor
  • It's Personal: Her family were murdered by Gideon Mace. Ava was willing to try and murder him in revenge.
  • Legacy Character: The fifth to hold the title, no less.
  • Not So Stoic: While on the job, Ava is completely stoic and serious. When she's not... she's slightly stoic, but she is capable of emotion from time to time.
  • Spicy Latina
  • Willing Channeler: One night a month she allows the tiger god to control her body and run free, up until the tiger takes over and tries to violently murder a man, at which point Ava forces it to give up full control to her.
  • You Can't Go Home Again: Her remaining family don't want anything to do with her, on account of the amulet. The last time she tried to reach out to them, they drove her away.

AXIS Provisional Recruits

A handful of reformed villains who Steve Rodgers briefly recruited into the Avengers' ranks after the Inversion turned most of the Avengers and the X-Men into villains.

    Hobgoblin 
Real name: Roderick Kingsley
'First Appearance: The Amazing Spider-Man'' #238 (March 1983)
Team(s) served on: The Avengers

    Carnage 
Real name: Cletus Kassidy
First Appearance: The Amazing Spider-Man #344 (March 1991) note  / The Amazing Spider-Man #360 (March 1992) note 
Team(s) served on: The Avengers

  • Hero with an F in Good: The inversion wave did actually awaken Kassidy's conscience, he's just comically inept at actually doing heroic deeds. For example, he tries to foil a bank robbery by burning the bank to the ground before the robbers can rob it.


Avengers NOW! recruits

    Doctor Voodoo 

Doctor Voodoo

Real name: Jericho Drumm
First Appearance: Strange Tales #169 (September 1973)
Team(s) served on: Avengers Unity Squad


    Kaluu 

Kaluu

Real name: Kaluu
First Appearance: Strange Tales #147 (August 1966)
Team(s) served on: Mighty Avengers


  • Dark Is Not Evil: Though he's a master of the dark arts, Kaluu has never been overtly evil but more neutral.
  • Jerk Ass
  • Really 700 Years Old: Was a student of the mystic arts alongside the ancient one, around five hundred years ago.
  • Token Evil Teammate: "Evil" is stretching it, but Kaluu is definitely a jerk. Steve Rogers is hostile to the very idea of him being present in the room.

    Nova II 

Nova

Real name: Samuel "Sam" Alexander
'First Appearance: Marvel Point One #1 (November 2011) note  / Nova'' Vol. 5 #1 (April 2013) note 


    Pod 

Pod/Enigma

Real name: Aikku Jokinen
First Appearance: Avengers Vol. 5 #15 (September 2013)



    Sabretooth 

Sabretooth

Real name: Victor Creed
First Appearance: Iron Fist #14 (August 1977)
Team(s) served on: Avengers Unity Squad


    Validator 

Validator

Real name: Michaud
First Appearance: Avengers Vol. 5 #9
Team(s) served on: The Avengers



All-New, All-Different Marvel recruits

    America Chavez / Ms. America 

Ms. America

Real name: America Chavez
First Appearance: Vengeance #1 (September 2011)
Team(s) served on: Young Avengers (honorary), The Ultimates (leader)


see the Young Avengers page

    Cable 

Cable

Real name: Nathan Summers
First Appearance: The Uncanny X-Men #201 (January 1986) note  / The New Mutants #87 (March 1990) note 
Team(s) served on: Avengers Unity Squad


see the Cable page

    Dazzler 

Dazzler

Real name: Alison Blaire
First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men #130 (February 1980)
Team(s) served on: A-Force


see the Dazzler page

    Deadpool 

Deadpool

Real name: Wade Wilson
First Appearance: The New Mutants #98 (February 1991)
Team(s) served on: Avengers Unity Squad


see the Deadpool page

    Hulkling 

Hulkling

Real name: Theodore "Teddy" Altman
First Appearance: Young Avengers #1 (April 2005)
Team(s) served on: Young Avengers (honorary), Avengers Idea Mechanics, New Avengers


see the Young Avengers page

    Human Torch (Johnny Storm) 

Human Torch

Real name: Johnny Storm
First Appearance: The Fantastic Four #1 (November 1961)
Team(s) served on: Avengers Unity Squad


see the Fantastic Four page

    Nico Minoru 

Nico Minoru

Real name: Nico Minoru
First Appearance: Runaways #1 (July 2003)
Team(s) served on: A-Force


see the Runaways page

    Medusa 

Medusa

Real name: Medusalith Amaquelin
First Appearance: Fantastic Four #36 (March 1965)
Team(s) served on: A-Force


see The Inhumans page

    Ms. Marvel IV 

Ms. Marvel

Real name: Kamala Khan
First Appearance: Captain Marvel #14 (August 2013) note  / All-New Marvel NOW! Point One #1.NOW (March 2014) note 

see the Ms. Marvel page

    Singularity 

Singularity

Real name: None
A-Force #1 (July 2015)
Team(s) served on: A-Force


    Songbird 

Songbird

Real name: Melissa Gold
First Appearance: Marvel Two-In-One #54 (August 1979) note  / Incredible Hulk #449 (January 1997) note 
Team(s) served on: Avengers Idea Mechanics (field leader)


     Spider-Man (Miles Morales) 

Spider-Man

Real name: Miles Morales
First Appearance: Ultimate Fallout #4 (August 2011)


see the Miles Morales page

    Squirrel Girl 

Squirrel Girl

Real name: Doreen Green
First Appearance: Marvel Super-Heroes #8 (December 1981)


see the Squirrel Girl page

    Synapse 

Synapse

Real name: Emily Guerrero
First Appearance: Uncanny Avengers Vol. 3 #1 (December 2015)
Team(s) served on: Avengers Unity Squad

An original character introduced in the post-Secret Wars run of Uncanny Avengers, Synapse represents Inhumans on the Unity Squad. Her powers allow her to telepathically link the people around her for instant communication, put other people to sleep, and see through other living creatures' eyes.


  • Archnemesis Dad: A variant; her grandfather's Terrigenesis drove him insane, and he became the Gaia's Vengeance-themed Well-Intentioned Extremist known as the Shredded Man.
  • Living Lie Detector: Under Cable's tutelage, Synapse realized that she has a synaesthetic reaction to other people's thoughts. When someone is telling the truth, she registers it as smelling like seaweed, while lies smell like strawberries.
  • Only Sane Man: Synapse is not a fan of the Terrigen Clouds and thinks the Inhumans are not doing enough to help stop the problems they cause. In issue #6 of Uncanny Avengers volume 3, she calls out Medusa to her face on the fact that the Shredded Man would never have become so dangerous if the Inhumans hadn't carelessly unleashed the Terrigen Clouds, and advocates the Inhumans burn the Clouds out of the atmosphere before they do any more harm.
  • Telepathy: Distinguished by it being presented less as interacting with minds but more remotely interfacing with animal nervous systems and biology connected to it.
  • Token Minority: She's the only Inhuman member on the team.

     Thor II 

Thor

Real name: Jane Foster
First Appearance: Journey into Mystery #84 (September 1962) note  / Thor Vol. 4 #1 (October 2014) note 


see the Thor page

    Wiccan 

Asgardian / Wiccan / Demiurge

Real name: William "Billy" Kaplan
First Appearance: Young Avengers #1 (April 2005)
Team(s) served on: Young Avengers (honorary), Avengers Idea Mechanics, New Avengers (leader)


see the Young Avengers page


Marvel NOW! (2016) recruits

    Captain America 20XX 

Captain America 20XX

Real name: Danielle Cage
First Appearance: The Pulse #13 (March 2006) note  / Avengers: Ultron Forever #1 (June 2015) note 


  • Future Badass: It doesn't really get more badass than becoming Captain America when you grow up.
  • Nigh Invulnerable: She's inherited her father's nigh-unbreakable skin.

     Iron Patriot II 

Iron Patriot II

Real name: Toni Ho
First Appearance: New Avengers Vol. 4 #1 (December 2015)

The daughter of Ho Yinsen, Toni Ho worked as the director of engineering of Avengers Ideas Mechanics before taking up the role of the new Iron Patriot in American Intelligence Mechanics.
  • Affirmative Action Legacy: As the new Iron Patriot, an Asian lesbian.
  • Asian and Nerdy: Just like her dad.
  • Battle Couple: With Aikku Jokinen, a.k.a. Enigma.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Capable of building a device to prevent Roberto Da Costa's powers from killing him using just some materials she found in the holding center they are trapped in. Like father like daughter.
  • Mini-Mecha: Toni's Hulkbuster-esque heavy weapons Iron Patriot armor is quite big —roughly the size of Red Hulk— but not gigantic.
  • Powered Armor: Her main focus. She starts with a custom built Rescue armor, but then graduates to the Iron Patriot.
  • Rescue Romance: Pun aside, she fell in love with Aikku, and vice versa, while trying to figure out how to get her out of the Pod armored suit.
  • Technical Pacifist: Toni hates using violence and even admits that she doesn't know how to build a gun. Thus, her Iron Patriot armor is designed to use force fields to fight. Though as New Avengers shows, piss her off enough, and those forcefields can cut off a person's head. As the series goes on, Aikku points out the "technical" is becoming more and more suspect, and that those weapons Toni's developing sure look a hell of a lot like guns. Aikku has to actually correct her usage of "nonlethal" to "less-than-lethal". It's heavily implied, if not outright stated, that her reasons for this insistence is to distance herself from Tony Stark.
  • Technological Pacifist: Allegedly, she's this. However, her use of her shields is clearly that of a weapon, not to mention her variety of other weapons like concussive shots.
  • Teen Genius: Has three simultaneous doctorates at Caltech by the age of twenty.
  • Twofer Token Minority: An Asian lesbian.
  • Workaholic: According to Aikku, she eats only once a day, twice if Aikku insists, and is nearly constantly focusing on improving her armor to the point of decreased emphasis on limiting lethality. Before that, her work focus was on saving Aikku from the Pod armor.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has dyed purple hair. Her natural hair is black.

     Nightshade 

Nightshade

Real Name: Tilda Johnson
First Appearance: Captain America #164 (August 1973)
Team(s) served on: Occupy Avengers

     Red Hulk II 

Red Hulk II

Real name: Robert L. Maverick
First Appearance: Avengers Vol. 6 #0 (December 2015) note  / U.S.Avengers #1 (March 2017) note 


  • Badass Mustache: Unlike the Ross Red Hulk, Maverick retains his mustache when he hulks out.
  • General Ripper: How much so? General Ross thinks this guy goes too extreme. For example, his response to A.I.M. operating on American soil was to immediately and angrily shoot down any possibility of talking to them in favour of letting loose the Amerikaiju.
  • Hour of Power: His power-up only works for an hour, then takes a day to recharge. In the first issue he hulks out, his teammates watch him demolish a flying airbase within seconds of hulking out, and wonder what he's going to do with the remaining fifty-something minutes.

    Red Wolf 

Red Wolf

Real name: William Talltrees
First Appearance: Avengers #80 (September 1970)
Team(s) served on: Occupy Avengers

    The Wasp III 

The Wasp

Real name: Nadia Pym
First Appearance: Free Comic Book Day Vol 2016 Civil War II (July 2016)
Team(s) served on: The Avengers


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