Characters / Masters Of Evil Helmut Zemo Members
Absorbing Man (Carl "Crusher" Creel)
Baron Helmut Zemo
Blackout (Marcus Daniels)
Black Mamba (Tanya Sealy)
Fixer (Paul Norbert Ebersol)
Goliath (Erik Josten)
Grey Gargoyle (Paul Pierre Duval)
Mister Hyde (Calvin Zabo)
- The Brute: He's a really strong, durable man with a penchant for violence, often having to be talked out of immediately killing downed foes.
- Co-Dragons: With Cobra, see Those Two Bad Guys.
- Depending on the Writer: Hyde's strength and durability fluctuates depending on the story and his opponent; sometimes a weaker showing is justified by saying he wasn't at full power or hadn't taken his serum in a while.
- Disproportionate Retribution: After the Cobra betrayed him, Hyde decided to take revenge by blowing up New York City so the Cobra would die with it.
- The Dragon: Sometimes to Loki, sometimes to various others. Other times he works solo.
- Evil Counterpart: He is one to the Hulk, though he considers himself a superior counterpart.
- Genius Bruiser: Both sides of him retain Zabo's intellect, though it's tempered at times by Hyde's impatience.
- Hiding In Plain Sight: The Hyde potion lets him turn back into Zabo and slip away into crowds.
- Jekyll & Hyde: The name kinda is a giveaway. Unlike the literary Jekyll, both of his forms are evil.
- Kick the Dog: His most infamous act was beating on the Avengers' butler, Jarvis, in "Under Siege."
- Mad Scientist: Dr. Zabo created his formula to wreak havoc, and in some appearances he injected it into others.
- Not Me This Time: One Daredevil storyline had Hyde contact Matt Murdock and demand he defend him, as while Hyde is a known killer and was planning on killing the victim, someone else beat him to it.
- Loves the Sound of Screaming: Hyde takes pleasure in causing pain to others.
- Sharp-Dressed Man: He's almost always seen in a green Victorian-era suit, complete with knotted tie.
- Split Personality: Some stories have Hyde's personality as separate from Zabo's, with them referring to each other as associates.
- Super Strength: He's strong enough to fight Thor, the Hulk, Spider-Man, and Captain America, depending on the writer.
- There Is No Kill Like Overkill: He tried to blow up New York City to get rid of one person.
- Those Two Bad Guys: Was this with Cobra for a while.
Screaming Mimi / Songbird (Melissa Joan Gold)
Titania (Mary MacPherran)
- Absolute Cleavage: Her usual attire sports this.
- Archenemy: Of She-Hulk.
- Always Someone Better: Has a raging inferiority complex when it comes to She-Hulk. Creel's advice to her on this subject can be found in the Quotes section of that trope's page.
- Amazonian Beauty
- Arrogant Kung Fu Gal
- The Brute: A rare female example.
- Even Evil Has Standards: She has no problem taking on superheroes, but she absolutely refuses to go after families and friends of heroes.
- Evil Counterpart: To She-Hulk. Every bit as tall, buff, strong, and durable as Shulkie, and very hotheaded to boot, which factors heavily into her heated rivalry with She-Hulk.
- Fiery Evil Redhead
- I Just Want to Be Special: Before her change, Mary wanted more than anything to be more than just the short, scrawny and utterly average person she was. So much so that she lied and claimed she was Spider-Woman to get some attention.
- Inferiority Superiority Complex: A large factor in her Foe Yay with Shulkie. Titania hates feeling weak (as it reminds her of childhood), so whenever Shulkie manages to get the upper hand, Titania just loses it. Inversely, when she out-muscles She-Hulk, Titania is all high and mighty and quick to rub it in her foe's face.
- Official Couple: With Absorbing Man.
- Smug Super: When you start out as an often picked-on girl who is transformed into a tall and tough Amazon thanks to Doctor Doom, it's only natural that you begin to think of yourself as superior to most.
- Statuesque Stunner
- Super Strength: She's actually stronger than She-Hulk in her usual calm state, although that hasn't stopped She-Hulk and even Spider-Man (during Secret Wars) from walking all over her on a few occasions. Regardless, the two women are among the strongest female supers in the Marvel universe, and much like She-Hulk, she can undergo Training from Hell to increase her already impressive strength.
- Tsundere: Type A. She's quite brash and abrasive by default, but surprisingly loving and devoted towards Creel (they tend to be overprotective of each other as a result). Titania is arguably a Yandere/Stalker with a Crush in regards to Shulkie.
- Unholy Matrimony: Again, with Creel.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Developed an intense fear of Spider-Man after he curb-stomped her in Secret Wars. It took her a few years to get over it. Ironically, Spider-Man was nervous about confronting her again, believing that he only beat her through sheer luck.
The Wrecking Crew
Four supervillains powered by Asgardian magic who have faced the Avengers both as their own team and as part of the Masters of Evil. Their names are Bulldozer (Henry Camp), Piledriver (Brian Calusky), Thunderball (Eliot Franklin) and Wrecker (Dirk Garthwaite, leader).