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Characters: Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3
For the main article, go here.

For the Marvel characters from vanilla MvC3, go here.

For the Capcom characters from vanilla MvC3, go here.
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Capcom characters

    Firebrand 
(I'll take you on.)
Voiced by: N/A

Home Series: Ghosts N Goblins/Gargoyle's Quest

Firebrand is a type of gargoyle known as a Red Arremer. He will stand up to any threat posed to his home, the Demon Village, without any fear. Firebrand is considered to be an elite warrior among the Red Arremers, gaining him hero status among his peers.

In-game he can be best described as "Wolverine... WITH FLIGHT!" His style focuses on overwhelming speed, cross-ups, and all manner of tomfoolery to annoy his opponents.

    Frank West 
What do you mean I don't belong here? I've covered wars, y'know!
Voiced by: T. J. Rotolo (English), Rikiya Koyama (Japanese)

Home Series: Dead Rising

Though he's armed only with his strength, if there's a scoop to be had, he's got the courage to take anyone on. His willingness to dive head-first into any dangerous situation has saved his life as many times as it has put him in mortal peril.

While he doesn't have a specific weapon, he can utilize objects in his surroundings, such as golf clubs, benches, bicycles — basically, whatever he can get his hands on. He uses a "level up" system, enhanced by drinking beer and taking photos, that make him more powerful and change the weapons he uses.

He's the only character in the game who has 2 intro animations: one where he kicks a zombie off him, and another (character-specific) where he takes some pictures of his opponent (this indicates that Frank has some special quotes for said opponent).

  • Ascended Meme: The official site for UMvC3 (as well as his bio in the game) references the "I've covered wars, y'know" meme.
    • Frank also uses the phrase for one of his win quotes.
    What do you mean, I don't belong here? I've covered wars, y'know!
    • Other characters poke fun at this line.
    Captain America: I hear you've covered wars. Too bad you've never fought in one.
    Zero: You may have covered wars, but you're still a civilian!
    • Also one of the titles you unlock by using him 30 times.
  • Badass Normal
  • Blinding Camera Flash: Used as a stunner.
  • Call Back: His DLC costume is a reference to his many Mega Man-based outfits he can unlock within the Dead Rising series.
  • The Cameo: One of Frank's alternate costumes resembles Chuck Greene.
  • Camera Fiend: As an approach to combat.
  • Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: Frank's reaction if he defeats the Hulk can be summed up as this.
    Hulk, I... I gotta go.
  • Difficult but Awesome: Proper use of Frank West involves learning how to quickly powerlevel him to level 4-5.
  • Dummied Out: He was actually supposed to be in the vanilla version (even having a silhouette of a possible character portrait), but was removed due to time constraints during development. All that remains of him in vanilla is some unused data in the disc (along with Doctor Octopus, who wasn't brought back for Ultimate).
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Intro movie #2 in the original MvC3 has a shadowy silhouette with Chun-Li in a helicopter which was brought down by Doctor Doom. This shadowy person was confirmed to be him.
  • Enemy Mine: Some of his attacks involve throwing incoming zombies at the opponent. He even fends off a zombie that's about to eat him in one of them (proceeding to hurl it at the opponent).
  • Evolving Attack/Magikarp Power: Frank starts at level 1 and with a limited moveset. However, he can level up by raking up Experience Points (each successful hit with his camera will give him 1 experience point, and using it on a combo will give him as much experience as times he has hit the opponent in that combo), giving him access to new moves and weapons.
  • Fighting Clown
  • Grievous Harm with a Body: He incorporates zombies in 2 of his specials.
  • Human Hammer Throw: His Hammer Throw move has him grabbing a zombie and spinning it multiple times by the legs, bashing the opponent in the process. Also done as a part of his Funny Face Crusher hyper.
  • Hyperspace Arsenal: Golf clubs, baseball bats, sledgehammers, chainsaws, pies, Paddlesaws, spike-and-chainsaw reinforced shopping carts, etc.
  • Improbable Weapon User: His specialty.
  • Intrepid Reporter
    (One of his winquotes) I'll take my victory as a form of consent. When you wake up, it's interview time, buddy!
    (One of his winquotes) Someone needs to get the truth to the people. I'll do whatever it takes to survive for that purpose.
    (One of his winquotes) A real journalist isn't afraid to go in deep in order to get his story!
  • Jack of All Stats: Only average mobility, decent damage output, and average health. However see Magikarp Power above.
  • Mix-and-Match Weapon: Paddlesaws, spiked baseball bats, and a whole bunch of other awesome junk, courtesy of Dead Rising 2.
  • Muggle: Not as big an example as Phoenix Wright, however.
  • Oh Crap: In his victory animation, Frank tries to walk to the left of the screen, only to promptly run in the other direction from a horde of zombies.
  • Post-Mortem One-Liner: To Strider Hiryu.
    Ninjas are good people in my book — the book of people's asses I've kicked!
  • Power Glows: When level 5, he gets a blue aura around him.
  • The Rival: Shown most obviously towards Spider-Man. However, it's not clear whether or not he's rivals with Spidey himself, or Peter Parker. It's implied that he's not aware Spider-Man and Peter Parker are the same person.
    I'll show that Parker kid who's the better photographer!
  • Shopping Cart Antics
  • Slide Attack
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Of sorts. Frank plays a lot like Jill did in MvC2, except with Improvised Weapons instead of actual firearms.
  • Throw The Mook At Them: His Zombie toss is about as close as one can get to a mook standing at the same height as the thrower.
  • Took a Level in Badass: It's a gameplay mechanic for him.
  • Trash Talk
    (One of his winquotes) Hey, when you've faced the undead, psychopaths, and the military, stuff like this is a walk in the park.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: Just the same as it is in Tatsunoko vs. Capcom, one of his hypers involves sticking a Servbot helmet on his opponent, sending them flying with an airplane spin, and crashing them into the ground with a running bulldog. Most of his throws involve performing a suplex and he still retains his judo throwing skills.

    Nemesis T-Type 
Guh...Guh...
Voiced by: N/A

Home Series: Resident Evil

A tyrant-type B.O.W. (officially T-02) tasked with eliminating S.T.A.R.S. and anyone connected to them. Retaining a fair amount of intelligence due to the Nemesis parasite, he is able to effectively carry around a rocket launcher.

Nemesis is all about overwhelming the opponent with brute force, utilizing super armor, large hitboxes, and command grabs to keep up pressure.

  • Alien Blood
  • Ascended Extra: From appearing in the Hulk's ending to being a playable character.
  • BFG: He carries his bazooka with him at all times, only ever letting go of it in his win pose and when he loses by time-up.
  • Body Horror: Just look at him. He has stitched-on flesh over his right eye, he has no nose or lips, and it looks like he's wearing his intestines as a scarf. Not to mention the fact that he's covered in tentacles.
    • His level 3 Hyper combo has him transform into his mutated state, taking this trope Up to Eleven.
    • Some of the fighters seem to call him out on this, especially on his face.
    Hulk (when tagging in Nemesis): Ugly Face!
    X-23: I was gonna carve up your face, but it looks like someone beat me to it.
    Hsien-Ko: Whoa... Man, your face is scary!
    Rocket Raccoon: (during victory pose): Man, you ugly.
    Deadpool (win quote): Brother, you ugly. But not just ugly, like BIBLICAL ugly. Like "you could model for death threats" ugly.
  • Camera Abuse: The Resident Evil baddies seem to love doing this. Nemesis skewers the cameraman on one of his tentacles in his victory animation.
  • Catch Phrase: "S.T.A.R.S..."
  • Combat Tentacles
  • Composite Character: Nemesis has elements of all three of his Resident Evil 3: Nemesis forms; his default appearance and rocket launcher are taken from his first form, but his tentacle attacks are taken from his second, and he transforms into his final form for his level 3 super. He also has his "brother" Mr.X's trademark overhead swing and shoulder tackle attacks and an alt that resembles him.
  • Fingerless Gloves
  • Full-Name Basis: Nemesis T-Type, right on his trailer and character bio; while in Resident Evil he is mostly referred to as "Nemesis", saving the "T-Type" for All There in the Manual.
  • Ground-Shattering Landing: His entrance.
  • Guttural Growler
  • Hell-Bent for Leather
  • Implacable Man: Proven below.
    • Immune to Flinching: One of his Level 1 Hypers: "Biohazard Rush", is a combo punch attack that allows him to absolutely plow through almost anything! The only exceptions being command grabs and counter hypers.
      • Awesome, but Impractical: Seeing Nemesis take all those hits without flinching does create a rather chilling effect, but considering that fully invincible hypers are not uncommon, Biohazard Rush is somewhat less impressive than it appears.
    • The Juggernaut
    • No Sell: His block animation - as in, he has none. He doesn't put up his arms to defend himself. He just takes the hits unfazed.
  • Mighty Glacier
  • Neck Lift: For his standard grab, he wraps his whole hand around the opponents face and lifts them up before slamming them into the ground.
  • One-Winged Angel: His Level 3 Hyper combo has him transform into his final, horrifically mutated form from Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, ensnare the opponent with tentacles, and then spit acid at them.
  • The Speechless: "S.T.A.R.S." when fighting Chris Redfield or Jill Valentine. Other than that, just random roars, grunts, and groans.
  • Spring Jump: One of his hyper combos has him fire rockets onto the opponent, and then he jumps straight up into the air and lands on the downed opponent.
  • Unskilled, but Strong: His basic attack pattern can be boiled down to "punch/blast the crap out of the opponent".
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: His DLC Alt.

    Phoenix Wright 
I want the truth and nothing but the truth!
Voiced by: Sam Riegel (English), Kosuke Toriumi (Japanese)

Home Series: Ace Attorney

Phoenix Wright is a defense attorney who specializes in criminal law at the Wright & Co. Law Offices. Although he has encountered several extremely difficult and mysterious cases, he has overcome overwhelming odds and turned the cases around for every one of his clients.

Nick's fighting style mirrors his home game: in Investigation Mode you gather "good" evidence while throwing away "bad" evidence, and in Trial Mode (aka Courtroom Mode) you throw documents and each "good" evidence turns into a decent projectile. If you have three pieces of good evidence and connect with an "Objection!", Nick enters "Turnabout Mode" where his moves are powered up and he can use his Level 3 Hyper Combo, accusing his opponent of being the real culprit.

  • Adaptational Badass: A given, considering he never physically fought in his home series, and yet is a playable character in a fighting game. He is canonically considered hardier than most average men, however; he's smashed down two iron doors through sheer determination, fallen off a bridge into a rapid river and gotten off with nary but a cold, and, to top it all off, once was hit head-on with a car, sending him flying through the air into a lamppost with enough force to bend it, and walked off with just a sprained ankle.
  • Alertness Blink
  • Amoral Attorney: Played with. Phoenix seems to recognize that some of the villains are indeed criminals, though he apparently offers to defend them on a couple occasions. Even in his ending, he goes as far as defending Galactus. Everyone is entitled to a proper defense, sure, but still.
    Magneto: You offer to "defend" me? Most offensive, human.
    Phoenix: Not even you can defend the actions of Dark Phoenix.
  • Anime Hair
  • Ascended Extra / Early-Bird Cameo: He appeared in She-Hulk's ending in the original Marvel vs. Capcom 3 before joining the roster in Ultimate.
  • Assist Character: Maya Fey, available as a Level 1 Hyper and during Investigate mode. Missile appears in grabs and one of his assists, and The Judge appears as a Level 1 Hyper, available only during Trial Mode and Turnabout Mode.
  • Awesomeness Is Volatile: His Level 3 Hyper Combo ends with an explosion behind whoever is hit by it.
  • Badass Boast (to Firebrand): "Man or demon, all are equal under the law!"
  • Badass Normal: Even more so than some of the others. Phoenix is basically just a very determined lawyer.
    Tron: You don't have any mecha and you don't know how to fight. What are you even doing here?
    She-Hulk: If you argue the way you fight, it's a wonder you ever win a case.
  • Badass Pacifist: Phoenix fights without fighting. For example, his standing light attack has him showing the opponent some documents, while his crouching light attack has Nick looking for clues on the floor.
    (One of his winquotes) I'm not really into this fighting stuff unless it's in a courtroom. ...Oh, and with words!
  • Blue with Shock: If he misuses evidence. He can also put his opponent in a similarly stunned state.
  • Confetti Drop: Courtesy of Maya in his win animation.
  • Courtroom Antics/Courtroom Drama: The gist of both the theme of his fighting style, as well as his Level 3 Hyper Combo.
  • Cute Clumsy Girl/Genki Girl: Maya. She runs onto the screen, trips, and knocks Phoenix's opponent off his feet in one of his specials, flails her arms in a tantrum at them for Phoenix's level 1 hyper, and bounces around Phoenix in complete admiration when he wins.
  • Deflector Shields: Maya can project these.
  • Determinator: Coming in as the last character, this shows in one of his quotes.
    Phoenix Wright: I won't give up now!
  • Difficult but Awesome: Essentially, he's normally weak and has relatively low mobility. However, that said, when he's put in his Super Mode, he becomes one of the best characters in the game, much like the other Phoenix.
  • Drop the Gavel: Courtesy of the Judge himself.
  • Easter Egg: Wright's normal attack still works like a basic normal attack; however, if you don't move (nor attack) right after your attacks, Wright will continue the attack animation, showing different things like presenting paper, freaking out, or cleaning his snot.
  • Evil Lawyer Joke: The target of a few.
    Ghost Rider: Do you have any idea how many lawyers are in hell?
    Magneto: I sacrifice for mutantkind. Lawyers only sacrifice their dignity.
    Phoenix: We're both called Phoenix, but I'm a destroyer of worlds and you're a lawyer. I wonder which one of us is more hated.
  • Expy: Very observant players who've played Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Cross Generation of Heroes, or at least have seen gameplay footage of Hakushon Daimaonote , will notice similarities between Phoenix Wright's fighting style and Hakushon Daimao's (with one example being that both have a sneeze attack for a Launcher Move).
  • Precious Puppies: Get'em, Missile!
  • Fighting Clown: His fighting style describes him as a bumbling fool, playing keep-away with his attacks, and generally being as much of a Fish out of Water in this game as everyone expects a Muggle lawyer to be among superheroes and gods.
    • One particular example: In one of his hypers (Based off of a nightmare he had in the second game), the Judge appears behind him while bellowing "OBJECTION OVERRULED!!", smashing both his opponent and Phoenix Wright himself with his gavel. Both Phoenix and his opponent will be knocked down, but he won't take any damage.
  • Finger Poke of Doom: Available in Turnabout mode.
  • Giving Someone the Pointer Finger: He utilizes this many times, ranging from his official art, his general taunt, and even one of his attacks!
  • Hand Behind Head: His win pose.
  • Heal Thyself: One of the things Mr. Wright can pick up with his evidence hunting special is a piece of meat which heals him instantly, helpfully not taking up an evidence slot.
  • Hong Kong Dub: Intentionally invoked to mirror his home series, where lip-sync is completely off with the scrolling text.
  • Hyperactive Metabolism: The meat he can sometimes pick up heals him.
  • Hyperspace Arsenal: While some of Phoenix's projectiles and other attacks require him to pick up evidence off the ground first, he seems to have an endless supply of paper sheets to throw out of nowhere at his opponents.
  • Improvised Weapon: Various evidence he can pick up and throw, such as a flower vase, a cell phone, watch, plunger, a Servbot doll, bonsai, etc.
    • More pronounced at "Trial Mode", where each piece of "useful" evidence can throw projectiles. Flower vase is an arc; knife is a 3-directional projectile; cellphone is a time-delayed projectile; pictures is a 3-hit beam; envelope is a bomb; watch is a big projectile.
  • Inexplicably Preserved Dungeon Meat: He can pick up food (and immediately eat it to restore health) while searching for evidence in Investigation Mode, regardless of whatever the stage is.
  • Knife Nut: One of the pieces of evidence Phoenix can pick up is a knife, though he uses it to throw projectiles instead of stabbing the opponent with it in Trial Mode, but can throw it while in Investigation Mode.
  • Large Ham: The Judge.
    Order in the court! OBJECTION OVERRULED!
  • Last Name Basis: Everybody in the game (except Akuma, Nemesis, Amaterasu, Firebrand, and Hulk) refers to him as "Mr. Wright", mainly out of necessity due to the other Phoenix (Jean Grey).
    • Averted in the Japanese version, where even in their English voices they call him by Naruhodo-Kun.
    • Full-Name Basis: Some of the characters address Phoenix by his full name instead.
  • Long-Range Fighter
  • Made of Iron: Phoenix Wright is known for surviving what would normally be lethal due to his extreme luck, in and outside of court.
    (One of his winquotes) All this flying around and getting slammed into the ground... I'm lucky I'm so well-prepared for such abuse!
    • Gameplay and Story Integration: Has one million hitpoints and an item that can heal him when he finds it. Mr. Wright can tank like a boss while he throws his case together.
  • Make the Dog Testify: Against Amaterasu and Rocket Raccoon. He's got a history of this.
  • Magikarp Power: Phoenix starts in Investigation mode, which has a limited special move set, two of which take a while to recover (Maya can't be summoned if she is still on-screen already) but if he manages to play keep-away long enough to collect the right evidence, he can enter Courtroom Mode and get a variety of special projectile attacks. From which he can move to...
    • Super Mode: His Turnabout Mode, where he gets a golden glow, a Theme Music Power-Up, his level 3 Hyper and a finger pointing attack that covers the whole screen, as well as powered-up specials.
  • Muggle: Fighting skills-wise, pretty much the only character here that's even more of a regular human than Haggar or even Frank West.
    • Although, he can produce energy projectiles with his evidence.
  • Muggles Do It Better: Literally - with nought but the power of the law, he has the most damaging Hyper Combo in the game.
  • Mundane Made Awesome: Four of his joke attacks include: smacking a case file in his opponent's face, ruffling his hair in frustration, scattering paperwork, and sneezing. Now take the last three into consideration, and also take into consideration that you can defeat the likes of Doctor Doom, Captain America, and Sentinel, a 50-foot tall robot with no organic components, with said attacks.
  • Name's the Same: As Jean Grey/Phoenix. The lampshades fly thick and fast.
    Hulk: Puny man not Phoenix! Phoenix a bird lady. Hulk confused.
    Phoenix (victory pose): Only one Phoenix was meant to prevail today.
    Phoenix (victory screen): We're both called Phoenix, but I'm a destroyer of worlds and you're a lawyer. I wonder which one of us is more hated.
    • Also, there's already a Maya (Crimson Viper) in the game.
  • Noodle Incident: We don't know what all the characters are guilty of, but Phoenix can convict all of them. Even the good guys, and himself.
  • Paper Master: Some of his attacks involve paper, whether he holds or throws them.
  • The Pollyanna
    As my mentor told me once, a lawyer is someone who keeps on smiling, no matter how bad it gets.
  • Power Glows: He gets surrounded by a gold aura once he reaches Turnabout Mode.
  • The Rival: She-Hulk, because they have the same daytime job.
    Nick: Ms. Walters, your witness!
    She-Hulk: Soon the defense will rest... her fist upon your face.
    • Winquotes:
    Nick: It takes more than brute strength to make your case in court!
    She-Hulk: How's that for a little courtroom drama?
  • Rule of Three: Three pieces of evidence at a time. Three stances and if an opponent is hit by the Objection! or Hold It! moves three times they become dizzy. Rule of Three used three times. Wow.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man/Badass in a Nice Suit: While the rest of the cast prefers to wear their spandex super-suits, Powered Armor, or combat gear, Phoenix Wright comes to the fight dressed for court. Hulk calls him "Suit Man" when tagging out.
    • He trades in the suit for his younger self's college outfit from the third game's first case consisting of a pink sweater with the letter P/the name "Ryu" on it and scarf for his DLC costume.
  • Sneeze of Doom: His launcher attack, as well as his j.S. His sneeze is so powerful that it lifts him off the ground... and his opponent he bumps into.
  • Stance System: He can switch between three, Investigation (where he searches for evidence), Trial (possibly a zoning style), and Turnabout (super mode, and he can only do his Level 3 in this mode).
  • Talking the Monster to Death: His Level 3 Hyper Combo.
    The one who actually committed the crime... is you! No alibi, no justice, no dream, no hope! It's time to pay for your crimes... TAKE THAT!
    • He has a special attack called "Pressing the Witness" where he walks toward his opponent, while mentally (and possibly physically) pressuring them with banters. Note 1 Note 2 
  • Theme Music Power-Up: "Pursuit ~ Cornered" starts playing after he gathers enough evidence and lands a successful "Objection!"
    • Background Music Override: While in Turnabout mode, "Pursuit ~ Cornered" will continue playing until either the mode ends or Wright is knocked out.
  • Throwing Evidence Always Works: He can discard evidence by throwing them at his opponent.
  • Villainous Breakdown: Anyone on the receiving end of his Level 3 Special.
  • Weapons-Grade Vocabulary: Phoenix Wright is able to physically knock down universe-shattering entities using cross-examination.
  • Wrong Genre Savvy: He seems to think he's in one of his Ace Attorney games instead of a Fighting Game. He must wonder why the defendant keeps shooting fireballs at him (though it wouldn't be the first time he was physically assaulted in court).
    • The Cuckoolander Was Right: And yet, it actually works, and everyone he fights is actually guilty of some vaguely-defined crime.
    • At other points he averts this, stating he's just fighting because Maya suggested it was good PR, though he doesn't really see it. He still tries to convict them instead of attacking.

    Strider Hiryu 
All are equal in the face of Death.
Voiced by: T.J. Storm (English), Yuji Ueda (Japanese)

Home Series: Strider

He is a member of the Striders, a secret organization specializing in kidnapping, assassination, demolition, etc., that has worked behind the scenes throughout history. Having obtained Special A-Class status at a young age, he is the organization's best assassin.

Hiryu's style has not changed much since his last outing. He is a speed-oriented, balanced fighter who specializes in mixing his opponent up and gaining meter to use his Ouroboros, which allows him to pelt the enemy with fireballs as he attacks.

    Vergil 
No one will stand in my way.
Voiced by: Daniel Southworth (English), Hiroaki Hirata (Japanese)

Home Series: Devil May Cry

Son of the Legendary Dark Knight Sparda and Dante's twin brother. Vergil blames himself for not having been able to protect his mother at a young age and believes that power is everything. Unlike Dante, he has embraced his demonic heritage and is willing to do whatever it takes to gain absolute power.

Gameplay-wise, Vergil can be best described as "Dante + Wesker". He combines long reach sword attacks with fast combos, potent teleport mixup and moves that, in terms of utility, are excellent. To compensate, his health is slightly below average.

Marvel characters

    Doctor Strange 
One does not require the Eye of Agamotto to see this outcome.
Voiced by: Rick Pasqualone

Once an ordinary surgeon, Dr. Stephen Strange studied under the Ancient One of Tibet and became the Earth's greatest sorcerer and hero. Having gained superior insight and knowledge through his studies, as well as obtaining valuable knowledge and consultation from other heroes, Strange acts as a consultant for all things related to the paranormal.

Strange is a master of filling the screen with projectiles, limiting the opponent's mobility with all manner of traps. He is also good up-close, having a normal move that instantly stuns the opponent and makes them crumple to the floor. His defense is weak, however.

    Ghost Rider 
The day of judgement is upon you, scum.
Voiced by: Richard Grieco

Bonded to the demon Zarathos through Mephisto's manipulations, motorbike stuntman Johnny Blaze acquired the power to become the Ghost Rider, the Spirit of Vengeance, who can project and control Hellfire. He manipulates mystical chains that can transform into other weapons.

Ghost Rider can use his chains to attack his opponents from roughly the distance of the entire screen.

  • Ascended Extra: Made a cameo in Dante's ending from the original MvC3.
  • Badass
  • Brown Note/Death Glare/Mind Rape: Simply looking into Ghost Rider's eyes (his fabled Penance Stare ability) is his Level 3 hyper.
  • Calling Your Attacks
    HELLFIRE!
    PENANCE STARE! LOOK INTO MY EYES!
  • Cool Bike: Shows up in his intro pose. He additionally uses it to turn you into roadkill in one of his hypers.
    (winquote vs. Trish): Your bike could use a nice dose of Hellfire, Trish.
  • Dark Is Not Evil
  • Even Hell Has Standards:
    To Wesker: The darkness in your soul disgusts me.
  • Evil Lawyer Joke:
    To Phoenix Wright: Do you have any idea how many lawyers are in hell?
  • Flaming Skulls
  • Gameplay and Story Segregation: Despite the nature of the attack note , the Penance Stare will do the same amount of damage to Spider-Man or Arthur, that it will do to Wesker or Dormammu. Also, things that should cause the attack to backfire such as Deadpool's insanity or Spider-Man's alternate Symbiote costume will have no ill effect on Ghost Rider.
  • Giving Someone the Pointer Finger: In his official art above.
  • Good Is Not Nice: And how! As most of his quotes show, his character specific lines have him being equally harsh towards heroes and villains alike.
  • Hell-Bent for Leather
  • Judge, Jury, and Executioner
    You are guilty!
  • Large Ham: He's bonded with the Spirit of Vengeance; it kinda comes with the territory.
  • Long-Range Fighter
  • Mighty Glacier: Not unlike Dormammu, he's a ranged variation on this. Ghost Rider moves very slowly and many of his attacks aren't exactly fast, but his attacks do very high damage. Some of his moves are very fast however, such as the Penance Stare (which is the fastest Level 3 Hyper Combo in the game).
  • Not Distracted by the Sexy
    (intro vs. Morrigan) Your wiles won't work on me, succubus.
  • Playing with Fire
  • Power Echoes
  • Pre-Asskicking One-Liner: Aside from the quote above, here are some other examples:
    (vs. Doctor Strange) You seek to challenge my hell-spawned power... but instead, you will only find death!
    (vs. Vergil) Long have you played with fire, boy... but now, you're playing with hellfire!
    (vs. Trish) I eat demons like Mundus for breakfast.
    (vs. Dante) Fighting demons won't prepare you for what you face now.
    (vs. Thor) Forget Ragnarok, I'm your destruction.
  • Post-Mortem One-Liner: Some really badass examples:
    (vs. any villain) There is but one fate for the guilty.
    (vs. Doctor Strange) Too often do you invoke demons in your spells, mage. It stops now.
    (vs. Wesker) Hell is calling, Albert.
    (vs. Amaterasu) The sun doesn't rise in Hell, goddess.
  • The Rival: To Dormammu.
    (intro vs Dormammu) One of our flames will be extinguished this day. Won't be mine.
  • Role Reprisal: From The Incredible Hulk and others.
  • Terror Hero: Type 4 and 5.
  • Trash Talk
    (One of his winquotes) You cannot destroy one already beyond death.
    (One of his winquotes) You will have more than just bruises once you recover. My hellfire burned your very soul.
    (One of his winquotes) I am fury itself. Now, taste the fires of Hell.
  • We Will Meet Again: His assist quote.
    I'll be back.
  • Whip It Good: Combined with Variable-Length Chain, resulting in Chain Pain.
  • Your Mom: Not even the all-serious demon hunter is exempted from a classic "Your Mom" line. He actually mocks Dr. Doom for the unfortunate presence of his mother in Hell.
    Hell is exactly where your mother belongs. You'll follow her there soon enough.
  • You Will Not Evade Me: One of his specials involves him pulling the opponent onto the ground in front of him.

    Hawkeye 
Voiced by: Chris Cox

Trained to be a master archer by a traveling circus at an early age, Clint Barton joined the Avengers in order to protect the world from evil. While a bit overconfident and rash to act, on the battlefield he is often the catalyst that raises everyone's spirits.

His quote above holds water, as Hawkeye can effectively work on any team in the game. He is a good all-around character who is easy to use, but due to his simplicity one must have an excellent grasp of fundamentals, similarly to Ryu.

    Iron Fist 
Fair warning: I'm registered as a lethal weapon.
Voiced by: Loren Lester

Having studied martial arts in the mystic city of K'un L'un for 10 years, Daniel Rand was their strongest student. Defeating the dragon known as Shou-Lao the Undying, he gained the title of Iron Fist. He is good friends with fellow martial artist hero Luke Cage.

He uses a very up-close fighting style involving intricate combinations with Rekka movements , involving a number of moves which only work in sequence. While powerful, Iron Fist needs to rely on assists a lot in order to actually reach his goal. His mobility is poor, however.

    Nova 
I'm the only guardian the galaxy needs.
Voiced by: Troy Baker

Chosen by the dying alien Rhomann Dey to receive his Nova Corps powers, Richard Rider began his new life as a super hero. His battles take him all throughout the universe, fighting evil wherever he is needed. In addition to superhuman strength and durability, he can fly through space at supersonic speeds. He can also absorb and reflect energy attacks.

Nova is a basic character who is akin to a fusion of Magneto and Hulk. He has excellent speed and power, even coming with a flight mode, but average health.

    Rocket Raccoon 
My version of a coonskin cap is basically me chewing on your skull.
Voiced by: Greg Ellis

Rocket Raccoon is a raccoon from the planet Halfworld that has received several enhancements, upping his intelligence and battle awareness. He used to protect the colony as a ranger before getting involved in Phalanx invasion of the Kree Empire. He later became part of the 616 version of the Guardians of the Galaxy. He possesses the same heightened senses and speed as a raccoon on our world, but can also handle various weapons freely and possesses high intelligence that helps on the battlefield.

Because of his small size, he is quick and can avoid many attacks while utilizing a variety of traps to punish and confuse the opponent. Rocket Raccoon's health and defenses, however, are quite poor.


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