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A list of characters in LEGO Marvel Superheroes 2.

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Heroes

    The Avengers 

The Incredible Hulk / Bruce Banner

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Voiced by: Gary Martin

  • An Axe to Grind: One of Ragnarok Hulk's weapons.
  • Clucking Funny: Hulk's idle animation has him picking a fight with some chickens.
  • Drop the Hammer: The other weapon Ragnarok Hulk wields is a massive war-hammer.
  • Hulking Out: With Ragnarok Bruce Banner, it starts with him trying to lift Hulk's oversized weapons.
  • In a Single Bound: Can jump ridiculous distances.
  • Made a Slave: When the Avengers find him, the Hulk's been dragged into the Sakaar arena.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Keeps smashing stuff during "I Sphinx We Have a Problem", accidentally splitting up the party.

Captain America / Steve Rogers

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Voiced by: Josh Cowdery

  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Gets corrupted by The Presence in the second level. He gets better though.
  • Everyone Has Standards: He makes sure that two HYDRA mooks have parachutes before he kicks them off a plane.
  • The Hero: Ultimately, he is the one Kang sees as a true Worthy Opponent.
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: His main weapon. It deflects attack and is now properly used to extinguish fires rather than temporarily. The Protect part comes into play when Kang unleashes a devastating attack which knocks out his entire team and leaves him the only one standing, since he blocked it with his shield.
  • Older Than He Looks: Chronologically, he should be in his nineties.
  • Regenerating Health: One result of Soldier's Spirit.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: He gives a short one to Kang in the final level when fighting him, saying he talks too much.

Thor

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Voiced by: Ronan Summers

  • Butt-Monkey: He and the Hulk spend their time together trying to beat each other up, with Thor usually on the losing end.
  • Composite Character: Thor's appearance is taken from Thor: Ragnarok, particularly his short brunette hair, whch can be seen when he's not wearing his helmet.
  • Charged Attack: As with Super Heroes and Avengers, Thor has to build up his lightning before he can actually shoot any.
  • Regenerating Health
  • Shock and Awe: He's Thor! God of lightning!
  • Ye Olde Butcherede Englishe: Speaks with the faux-Elizabeathan English that his comic counterpart favoured up until the mid-00s.

Spider-Man / Peter Parker

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Voiced by: Tobias Diakow

  • Dirty Coward: See below.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: He tries fleeing the minute Shao-Lao the Undying shows up. Ms. Marvel drags him back into the fight.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Gameplay-wise, Peter now has the ability to hack technology-related items. Storyline wise, he's dropped the angst from the first game entirely, and leads Avengers teams without anyone complaining or objecting.

Captain Marvel / Carol Danvers

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Voiced by: Kate O'Sullivan

Doctor Strange

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Voiced by: Ramon Tikaram

Wasp / Janet van Dyne

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Voiced by: Skye Bennett

  • Distaff Counterpart: To Hank Pym.
  • Mission Control: She serves as one during freeroaming.
  • Sizeshifter: Janet shrinks to a tiny size whenever she flies. Also, unlike the previous two games, she can shrink while on the ground to fit into smaller places.

Ant-Man/Giant-Man/Yellowjacket / Hank Pym

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Voiced by: Dar Dash

  • Badass in Distress: Winds up getting captured by Yellowjacket, his evil / insane future self, and has to be freed by A-Bomb, Wonder Man and the Hulk.
  • Distaff Counterpart: To Wasp.
  • The Ditz: Downplayed. Although a genius, he does some inconsiderate things throughout the game towards Iron Man, such as accidentally injuring him by dropping a huge screwdriver on him, destroying his suit by walking backwards (even though Iron Man warned him about it), talks with his mouth full of food which landed on him, etc.
  • Evil Doppelgänger: His future self, Yellowjacket.
  • Sizeshifter: Hank can shrink to a tiny size, and grow to giant size.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: Despite only being playable between Level 17 and 18 of the main story, he is the one who figures out Knowhere's EMP potential; the key needed to disable Kang's Shield, and helps Tony in constructing a portal to allow Knowhere through to Cronopolis.

Iron Man / Tony Stark

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  • Butt-Monkey: Is usually the subject of this, mostly due to Giant-Man, as he got hit in the head by a giant screwdriver from him, had his food splattered on him, etc.
  • Superpower Lottery: His armors let him handle gold and silver bricks, melt ice, and fly. Tony himself is a Smart character who can operate control panels, repair equipment, and take pictures, making Iron Man one of the most versatile characters in the game.
  • Frickin' Laser Beams: As in other LEGO Marvel games, Tony's repulsors can melt and cut shapes out of gold bricks.
  • Midseason Upgrade: Starts off in an armor matching his comic incarnation's 2016 model, and switches out to the Mark 47 later on.
  • Out of Focus: Compared to Lego Marvel Superheroes and Lego Avengers, especially. Tony's armor is damaged after the second level, and he doesn't come back into play until toward the finale.
  • Palette Swap: The various Iron Man armors. Almost all of them play exactly the same way, but have different paint-jobs.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: His armor can still blow up silver LEGO pieces.

Black Panther / T'Challa

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The king of Wakanda.

  • Expy: Gameplay-wise, he replaces the role of Wolverine in the story.
  • Idiot Ball: When he finally has Klaw face-to-face, he lets the man fix his sound weapon, then leaps dramatically at him, leading him to get blasted. He even admits it wasn't a sensible decision afterward.
  • Not So Stoic: Is much, much more cheerful than almost any other version of T'Challa out there.
  • Panthera Awesome: Wakanda does have a panther as their national animal.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: Shares this with Shuri.
  • Took a Level in Cheerfulness: Related to the above, his depictions in Super Heroes and Avengers had him like his stoic comic-book incarnation. Here, he's more jovial (as in, he actually is cheerful at all).
  • You Killed My Father: Frequently clashes with Klaw because of this.

She-Hulk / Jennifer Walters

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Relative of Bruce Banner who required a blood transfusion from him. Resulted in being Cursed with Awesome.

  • Ascended Extra: Has a larger role rather than being an optional unlock.
  • Boisterous Bruiser: She's playful and friendly to her teammates and loves fighting. Best exemplified when she gets stuck in a mine cart in her eagerness to attack Klaw, only to suddenly reappear several missions later using the cart to gleefully jump through portals. And then immediately fights Swamp Thing.
  • Distaff Counterpart: To The Hulk.
  • Leaning on the Fourth Wall: Constantly does this as part of her character without any knowledge of the wall itself. Examples include offhandedly remembering she announced collecting a collectible before, suggesting why she and Team Spider Man had to do most of the work in Alchemax because of "some ideas guy" and shortening her arrival quote.
  • No-Sell: She's immune to toxic goo, a handy side-effect of being a Gamma Mutate.
  • Super Strength: Being a Hulk, naturally.

Ms. Marvel / Kamala Khan

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Voiced by: Rebecca Kiser
Shapeshifting hero with Inhuman heritage. Constantly writes fanfiction.

  • Adorkable: Her bubbly personality, and her over excitement in situations make her this.
  • Ascended Fangirl: Frequently mentions fanfiction she's been writing.
  • The Cutie: Thanks to her genki girl status.
  • Expy: Gameplay-wise, she replaces the role of Mr. Fantastic in the story.
  • Genki Girl: Squees at mostly everything.
  • Not Quite Flight: She can use her powers to stretch herself out, hovering a short distance.
  • Regenerating Health: Except when embiggened, her health regenerates near-instantly.
  • Sizeshifter: Kamala can "embiggen" herself to become giant, or shrink down to a smaller size to infiltrate circuit boards.
  • Social Media Before Reason: She can and will take a selfie of herself even if she's being attacked.
  • Super Strength: She's capable of smashing cracked walls.

    The Guardians of the Galaxy 
A group of heroes who respond to Nova Prime's distress call on Xandar in the beginning of the game.

In general

Star-Lord

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Voiced by: Kerry Shale
The leader of the group.

Drax the Destroyer

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  • Dumb Muscle: Is the strongest out of the Guardians, but often does really stupid things.
  • Literal-Minded: His main trait, which infuriates Rocket to the point of outright lampshading.
    Rocket Racoon: Why you gotta take everything so literally!?
    Drax: Are you accusing me of stealing?
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: This nearly becomes his downfall in the first level when he jumps from a very fatal height from the Milano to Xandar due to misunderstanding and his non-shirt tendencies have him also not wear rocket packs. Luckily Star-Lord saves him though.

Gamora

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The only survivor of her species.

  • Abusive Parents: As shown in the intro comic of a Gwenpool Mission, Thanos didn't care for celebrating any of her birthday's and focused on teaching her how to fight instead.
  • Action Girl: Has her title of "The Most Dangerous Woman in the Galaxy".
  • Adaptational Wimp: Lacks her film counterpart's Super Strength.
  • Badass in Distress: She and Groot get captured by Nathan Garrett's henchmen.
  • Frying Pan of Doom: Saves Quill from getting beaten up in the Wild West by braining his would-be attackers with a frying pan.
  • Green-Skinned Space Babe: Her overall appearance.
  • Le Parkour: Gamora has the athletics ability, which allows her to jump higher than average.
  • Only Sane Woman: The least zaniest of the Guardians.
  • The Smurfette Principle: In the story about the Guardians? Yes. If you take Mantis into account? No.
  • When She Smiles: She rarely smiles in the game, but notable examples of when she does are in the ending comic for the Gwenpool Mission about her surprise birthday party.

Rocket Raccoon

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Voiced by: Mikey O'Conner
  • Badass in Distress: He and Groot get captured in the Wild West, and Star-Lord has to free them.
  • Gun Nut: Constantly uses ranged weaponry.
  • More Dakka: Turns his pistol into a minigun via several attachments after seeing The Circus of Crime kidnap Groot.
  • Mr Fix It: Can fix broken objects.
  • Never My Fault: In level 18, "The Road to Knowhere", Rocket flips a switch that brings Ego the Living Planet to Earth. When Ego asked who brought him to Earth, Rocket shrugs it off, despite BEING THE PERSON WHO FLIPPED THE SWITCH!!!.
  • Only in It for the Money: Rocket's first concern is getting paid. Even when brainwashed.
  • Petting Zoo People: A raccoon.
  • Repeating so the Audience Can Hear: He often repeats or responds to Groot's comments like this.
  • Shock and Awe: Can modify his gun to shoot a beam of electricity.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: Rocket can throw grenades which can destroy silver bricks.
  • Technobabble: Subverted, as the explanation to Star-Lord on how to use Knowhere's EMP capabilities to fry the shield protecting Kang's Citadel is in fact accurate, but after Star-Lord gives a bewildered reaction, Rocket just tells him to leave it to Tony since he and Spider Man are going there too.
    Star-Lord: You were saying?
    Rocket Raccoon: Cosmo has diverted most of Knowhere's primary energy through a series of sub relay stations. When you get up there, reinstate the main singularity cell. The resulting Faraday Effect will create a distortion field via the quantum emitter. Any questions?
    Star-Lord looks at Rocket dumbfounded
    Rocket Raccoon: Argh, you know what, just leave it to Stark.

Groot

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Voiced by: Stefan Ashton Frank

  • The Cutie: Ms. Marvel and Gwenpool said he was this, and it's true.
  • Don't Touch It, You Idiot!: Apparently a recurring problem for him is pressing things he shouldn't. But then, he is a baby.
  • Fountain of Youth: Thanks to a piece of technology he and Rocket stole from Kang's forces in Xandar, he is able to shift from his sprig and adult form at will. For some reason, the same device won't work on anything else as noted by Rocket.
  • Gaia's Vengeance: Is able to use special spots to use his tree powers.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Rocket Raccoon.
  • Hypocritical Humor: Remarks on how little Black Bolt says. Rocket comments that he's no-one to talk.
  • Might as Well Not Be in Prison at All: After being imprisoned by the evil Black Knight, Groot manages to slip through the cell's grate due to being an infant, prompting an incredulous Gamora to ask if he could've done that the whole time.
  • Pokémon Speak: Can only say "I am Groot!" with only the Guardians being able to understand him somehow. The first level does have him say "Whoaaa!" though.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: As his sprig form.

Mantis

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Voiced by: Teresa Gallagher
  • The Empath: Uses her powers to help distressed citizens look on the bright side of being in Chronopolis until the issue is entirely sorted out.
  • Nice Girl: The entire point of her quest is to help distraught citizens.
  • The Voiceless: When playable.

Yondu

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Voiced by: Pedro Lloyd Gardiner
  • Blade on a Stick: A flying one he can command via whistling.
  • Fetch Quest: Unlike most examples of this trope which has the Quest Giver stay behind while you go look for something, Yondu decides to come with you personally to find his stolen treasure.
  • The Voiceless: When playable.

    The Spider Team 
A list of the several Spider characters can be found here.

In general

Silk / Cindy Moon

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Spider-Man 2099 / Miguel O'Hara

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Voiced by: Ronan Summers
Former Alchemax scientist turned Spider.

  • Bowdlerise: His trading card states that he disagreed with Alchemax's practices rather than mentioning he left because he accidentally had a test subject killed. It also just states Miguel was "poisoned", which is technically true... just that it avoids mentioning that it was with a drug Alchemax made.
  • Dashing Hispanic: Natch.
  • Not Quite Flight: Can sort-of glide a short distance.
  • Wolverine Claws: How his talons are represented.

Spider-Man Noir

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Spider-Gwen / Gwen Stacy

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What happens when Gwen Stacy gets bitten by the spider instead?

Miles Morales / All-New Spider-Man

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    K'un-Lun 

Iron Fist / Daniel Rand

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The Immortal Iron Fist.

    Medieval England 
Heroes from Medieval England.

Black Knight / Dane Whitman

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Black Knight / Sir Percival of Scandia

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  • Badass in Distress: He's locked up by his villainous descendant, who impersonates him.
  • Black Knight: In looks, if not in personality.
  • Cool Sword: The Ebony Blade, which gives off a black trail as Sir Percival runs.
  • Gameplay and Story Segregation: The Ebony Blade is supposed to have a blood curse, making the wielder bad-tempered and irrational the longer they hold it, along with becoming stronger and more dangerous the more it kills. This isn't a problem here.
  • The Guards Must Be Crazy: He lampshades this when two guards assigned to look over Black Knight (Nathan Garrett) and the Enchantress tell him that they escaped, but for some reason, didn't actually go to try and stop them. He plans to point this out in their performance reports.

Captain Avalon

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Voiced by: Josh Cowdery
  • Expy: He's his dimensions' version of Captain America.

Cap-Wolf

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Voiced by: Josh Cowdery
  • Hulk Speak: Cap-Wolf have difficulty with grammar. Not entirely in control of own faculties.
  • Our Werewolves Are Different: Cap-Wolf not feral. Still able to speak. Not have regenerating health like regular Cap. Actually created by chemical injection, not natural werewolf.
  • Verbal Tic: Often breaks sentences to growl, woof or howl.
  • The Voiceless: When playable.

Greenskyn Smashtroll

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Voiced by: Gary Martin
  • Alternate Self: He's his reality's version of the Hulk, albeit possessed of better diction than most Hulks are known for.
  • What Did I Do Last Night?: His quest involves finding out what he did the night before, and apologizing to the victims.

    Wakanda 

America Chavez

Voiced by: Elena Saurel
  • Fetch Quest: Asks the player to gather as many samples of pizza from across Chronopolis, since she's trying to introduce it to Lady Kate Bishop.
  • Flying Brick
  • Mysterious Past: As her bio notes, she's a mysterious interdimensional traveller with mysterious anger issues.

Blade

Voiced by: Tom Clarke-Hill
  • Hero of Another Story: He and Bessie the Were-Cow have been off having their own bizarre adventures through Chronopolis.
  • Odd Friendship: Despite Blade's general lack of love for any undead, he and the Were-Cow have teamed up.

Shuri

Black Panther's half-sister.

    Nueva York 

Agent Phil Coulson

Voiced by: Shenoah Allen

Agent Venom / Flash Thompson

  • Good Counterpart: To Venom, natch.
  • Noodle Incident: Implied to have nearly been the victim of a manhunt against symbiotes.
  • Superhero Packing Heat: He carries guns, unlike regular Venom, who just uses tentacles and his fists (because this Venom works for the US government).

Captain America 2099 / Roberta Mendez

  • Flight: She's got a flight-pack, coming in the form of wings.
  • Happily Married: Subverted. Her civilian identity thinks she is. Actually, her husband is her handler.
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: What with being Captain America and all.
  • Split Personality: Cap and Roberta are separate personalities, controlled by the trigger phrases "Avengers Assemble" and "dismissed". Unlike her comics incarnation, neither personality knows the other exists.
  • The Voiceless: When playable, Cap 2099 doesn't say a word.

Ghost Rider / Johnny Blaze

  • Badass Biker: Only his bike has gone a little bit missing, and he's looking for a replacement. The player eventually finds him a replacement bike... just not a motorbike.
  • Man on Fire: His head's constantly in flames.

Quake / Daisy Johnson

  • Arbitrary Skepticism: She's dubious about some of the other areas in Chronopolis, even though there's no real way she could've missed them.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: She uses her powers to dig out the space needed to make SHIELD's underground base.

    The Old West 

Arizona Girl

Kid Colt

Rawhide Kid

  • The Ditz: Rawhide Kid means well, but... his tracking skills are suspiciously lacking.

Red Wolf

Voiced by: Colin McFarlane

Two-Gun Kid

  • Legacy Character: He's actually the second Two-Gun Kid, something he mentions at the end of his quest.

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    The Inhumans 

In general

Black Bolt

King of Attilan.

Medusa

Voiced by: Teresa Gallagher
Black Bolt's wife and Queen of Attilan.

Triton

An Inhuman who requires inverted breathing gear to survive on land, and Karnak's brother.

Gorgon

Crystal

An Inhuman who can access the elements.

  • Combo Platter Powers: Her beam attack changes with each use. Mercifully, it also changes accordingly depending on what you're aiming at (so, if aimed at something gold, it'll automatically switch to fire).
  • Elemental Powers: Crystal can use ice attacks, fire, and lightning, along with being able to unearth buried objects with her geokinetic powers, and uses her control of air to assemble stuff and fly.
  • Wrench Wench: Can fix broken objects and is seen altering some technology in The Inhumans' debut cutscene.

Lockjaw

The Inhumans' lovable pet dog. Loves playing, chasing laser pointers, and jumping across planes of existence.

Karnak

Inferno / Dante Pertuz

    Asgard 

Thor / Jane Foster

  • Distaff Counterpart: To Thor.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: Her left hand is covered with a glove, while her right isn't.
  • I Choose to Stay: After fighting Surtur, she stays behind to deal with him when he comes back.
  • Late-Arrival Spoiler: The game makes no effort to disguise who this Thor is.
  • Moveset Clone: Was granted Thor's abilities by Odin.
  • Timey-Wimey Ball: She's Thor's replacement, having taken the job after Thor went missing with the Avengers... but she has Mjolnir as well, despite Thor still having it when he went missing. Probably best not to think too hard about how that works.

Odin

  • Blade on a Stick: Beats foes senseless with Gungnir.
  • Blood Knight: If he gets into a fight with mooks, he'll remark how good it feels to actually get to fight once more.
  • Grumpy Old Man: He'll grumble if he receives a quest item.
  • Put on a Bus: By the time Team Thor make it to Asgard, Loki has already sent the real Odin on a wild goose chase and took his place. He's still playable though.
  • Regenerating Health

Heimdall

Voiced by: Colin McFarlane
Overseer of the Bifrost.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: Is brought by Thor to locate the Nexus Shards.
  • Cutting the Knot: His infinite sight is brought up by Thor after hearing Wasp state that looking for the Nexus Shards would take months. Heimdall takes only a few seconds.
  • Heroes Gone Fishing: After he plays his part in the story, he spends the rest of the game with Tony touring Manhattan.
  • Irony: His quest which features beating up Mooks has him with his back behind all the action despite his infinite sight.
  • Taking the Bullet: He shoves "Odin" out of the way of a falling pillar, which inadvertently reveals the All-Father's been replaced by Loki.

Sif

  • Quest Giver: Asks for help coaxing some nervous Asgardians away from a lava flow.

    Sakaar 

Beta-Ray Bill

  • Demoted to Extra: Got a quest in Avengers. Here, he's just a unlockable character in the storyline.
  • Shock and Awe: Since he's yet another Mjolnir wielder.

Skaar

    Allies 

Stan Lee

Voiced by: Stan Lee
The Marvel universe's "greatest hero".

A-Bomb / Rick Jones

  • Hulking Out: Can shift from Rick Jones to his A-Bomb form and back again.
  • Invisibility: Rick can turn invisible in both human and A-Bomb form.

Black Widow / Natasha Romanov

  • Badass in Distress: During her mission, winds up getting possessed by a symbiote.
  • Out of Focus: She doesn't appear in any storyline missions, with the justification that she and Hawkeye have been busy fighting crime across Chronopolis with Coulson.

Blue Marvel / Dr. Adam Brashear

  • Flying Brick: He's superstrong, capable of flying, and completely immune to pretty much all damage.
  • No-Sell: He's immune to fire, lightning, and toxic goo damage.

Chipmunk Hunk & Koi Boy

Squirrel Girl's sidekicks, and assistants with F.U.Z.Y.

Cosmo

  • Adaptational Comic Relief: Cosmo's dog side is played up a lot more than in the comics, where Cosmo is very serious about his job as Knowhere's Chief of Security.
  • Blatant Lies: Those items he sends the heroes to fetch are definitely vital equipment for the running and maintenance of Knowhere, not dog toys. Cosmo has no idea they can be used for recreational purposes, honest.
  • Glass-Shattering Sound: He can woof with enough force to break glass.
  • Heroic Dog
  • Just a Stupid Accent: Speaks with an intentionally ludicrous Russian accent.
  • Mind over Matter: Cosmo uses his telekinetic power to build things.

Daredevil / Matt Murdock

Voiced by: Ronan Summers

Gwenpool / Gwen Poole

Longtime Marvel fan sucked into her idol reality and has a greater degree of awareness than Deadpool. Hello world!

Hawkeye / Clint Barton

Voiced by: Dar Dash
  • Archer Archetype
  • Nerf: Downplayed. While he keeps his explosive and sonar arrows, he no longer has the thermo arrows.
  • Out of Focus: As with Black Widow, he goes from being a main character in Super Heroes and Avengers to a one-off quest character.

Horus

Voiced by: Colin McFarlane

Hulkling and Wiccan / Theodore "Ted" Altman and William "Billy" Kaplan

  • Badass Gay: Wiccan's homosexuality is mentioned in his trading card bio.
  • Future Badass: Wiccan will one day become the Demiurge, capable of rewriting the laws of multiple realities both forward and backward, and has momentarily done so previously. No biggie.
  • Non-Indicative Name: Hulking is not a Hulk of any kind - he's a Kree / Skrull hybrid.
  • Those Two Guys: Understandable, since they are a couple.
  • The Voiceless: When playable.

Power Man / Luke Cage

Luke Cage Noir

  • Alternate Self: He's the Luke Cage from Manhattan Noir.
  • Palette Swap: Mostly just Luke Cage with a different skin, though he has a few extra abilities (Tracking, Photo Mode).

Nick Fury

Voiced by: Chris Jarman
  • Out of Focus: Fury only appears in the storyline at the beginning and end of the games, compared to his role as the Big Good in the first game.

Red She-Hulk / Elizabeth "Betty" Ross

Squirrel Girl / Doreen Green

Throg

Voiced by: Tim Gettys

War Machine / James Rhodes

White Tiger / Ava Ayala

Voiced by: Skye Bennett

Winter Guard

  • Bears Are Bad News: Subverted with Ursa Major, who's actually pretty friendly.
  • Boisterous Bruiser: Darkstar enjoys a brawl, and Ursa Major gleefully cracks jokes.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: At the beginning of the game. In Ursa Major's quest, everyone but Ursa winds up brainwashed by the Presence again.
  • Flight: Darkstar can fly.
  • Powered Armor: Crimson Centurion, being as he is a geographic knock-off of Iron Man.
  • Pungeon Master: Ursa Major cracks lose with every bear pun there is, as he beats up goons.
  • Thinking Up Portals: Darkstar can open up magic portals using her Darkforce powers.
  • Writing Around Trademarks: Darkstar's a mutant, evidently having gotten around the legal issues by dint of not being greatly associated with the X-Men.

Winter Soldier / James Buchanan "Bucky" Barnes

  • BFG: His main weapon is a very large gun.

Wonder Man / Simon Williams

Voiced by: Dar Dash
  • Eye Beams: Shoots gold-brick melting laser beams out of his eyes.
  • Sleeves Are for Wimps: He can be found standing around in New York half-buried under a blizzard with no sleeves, making no remark on the weather.
  • Technical Pacifist: Simon's sworn off violence, and tries to help the Hulk and A-Bomb calm their rage (good luck there, buddy). Of course, as a playable character, he'll still beat and smash things all day long.

The Vision

  • Flying Brick
  • Intangible Man: The Vision can turn intangible, allowing him to step through grates.
  • Out of Focus: From semi-main character in Avengers, to not even appearing in the storyline, with his unlock conditions being a race.
  • The Philosopher: Is intrigued by finding gold bricks and minikits, and muses about their unique nature.

    Original Guardians of the Galaxy 

Aleta Orgod

Charlie-27

Major Victory

Martinex

Nikki Gold

Starhawk

Yondu

    Champions 

Devil Dinosaur

Villains

    Kang's Army 

Kang the Conqueror

Voiced by: Peter Serafinowicz
The Big Bad of the game. Has just finished rampaging and conquering the realms he deems the greatest and sent them to his personal arena Chronopolis.
  • BFG: Pulls a Wave Motion Gun out of a portal to melt gold LEGO objects.
  • Blatant Lies: His suggestions box is not a vast chasm of doom, it's actually a super-complex system. Yeah.
  • Blood Knight: Mashed a bunch of civilisations together with dangerous ones just for the express purpose of finding someone worthy enough to fight him. He ends up challenging Captain America.
  • Evil Brit: It shows.
  • Evil Is Petty: One Kangnouncement is him calling up whoever beat his high score in a video game to say he hates them. Another is telling anyone listening to attack the Avengers, or at least throw something heavy at them.
  • Fountain of Youth: After Ravonna grabs his time-altering crystal, she can't bring herself to destroy him for all the atrocities he's done since she really does love him. He ends up getting turned into an infant because the former decided to Take a Third Option.
  • Heel–Face Turn: An elderly version of him is seen riding with Ravonna (now Terminatrix) presumably to assist her in stopping whoever else is manipulating the timeline.
  • Is This Thing Still On?: Sometimes, a Kang-nouncement is actually him talking to Ravonna like a married couple. He then realises his mic is still on.
  • Large Ham: Well, what do you call someone who constantly boasts about himself to his entire make-shift kingdom, including at one point trying to make up a national anthem of his own (the lyrics of which consist entirely of "Kang", by the by)?
  • Must Have Caffeine: Kang's frequently seen sipping from coffee while watching stuff from his tower.
  • Pet the Dog: Subverted. He hid a special golden ticket in a Kang-bar which allows whoever finds it to visit his citadel... and also drafts them into his army, free of charge.
  • Reality Warper: As if how he created Chronopolis in a very short timespan and his time-manipulating abilities wasn't obvious enough.
  • Save Scumming: Abuses this In-Universe to make Ravonna praise him twice and allow Eson the Searcher to attack twice in one go by rewinding time per attack. He attempts to do this one last time by rewriting the timeline so the Avengers never defeat him. Luckily, Ravonna stops him.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes? One of his Kang-nouncements is his asking anyone if they've seen Ravonna because he wants her to get rid of a bee in his room. It repeatedly goes in and out until it finally leaves.

Korvac

    Manhattan 

Super-Adaptoid

  • Adaptive Ability: It's in the name. It's designed to adapt and copy its enemies' abilities.
  • Drop the Hammer: Carries a tiny energy hammer which it uses to imitate Thor.
  • The Faceless: Its head looks like a blank helmet, since it's based on the Avengers Assemble version.
  • Stealth Expert: It's been following the heroes since the game began, and they're none the wiser until it reveals itself.

Kraven the Hunter

Voiced by: Ronan Summers

    Asgard 

Hela

Voiced by: Kate Kennedy
  • Adaptational Wimp: Physically, she's based on her Ragnarok incarnation, but where that version of her required Asgard to be destroyed to stop her, here she just needs beaten up same as everyone else.
  • Bilingual Bonus: Her last words on being defeated are "memento mori" - latin for "remember you will die".
  • Death Touch: If she gets the player character, she'll kill them, regardless of whether they're nigh-invulnerable or not. But then, she is the Goddess of Death.
  • Power Floats: She never walks anywhere, instead hovering just above the ground.
  • The Voiceless: When playable, she never utters a word.

Loki

  • Adaptational Villainy: In Ragnarok, Loki sides with Thor (if only because the alternative is "painful death"). Here, he tries to flee at the first chance, then sets up shop in Egypt, where he continues to be an ass.
  • Blade on a Stick: Both versions of playable Loki attack with Gungnir.
  • Demoted to Dragon: He was the Big Bad of the first Super Heroes. After his mishap with Galactus, Kang found him and recruited him.
  • Enemy Mine: He teams up with Team Thor to fight Surtur... then legs it the minute their backs are turned.
  • An Ice Person: As always, Playable Loki can freeze folk or put out fires with the Casket of Ancient Winters.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: After causing trouble for everyone, he's beaten up and put to work fixing up Ancient Egypt, with Horus repeatedly bopping him over the head with a broom while he works.
  • Teleportation: Loki can teleport short distances, or use teleporting panels.

Surtur

Voiced by: Gary Martin
  • Adaptational Wimp: Surtur showing up in the comics usually means things are about to really suck for everyone. Here, he's done in via booz- er, broth.
  • BFS: Carries what would be one on anyone else. Since he's a Bigfig, it looks proportionately tiny.
  • Big Red Devil: Well, Big Red Fire Demon, really.
  • Disney Villain Death: Plummets back into the lava he emerged from. Jane knows it won't keep him down forever, and stays behind to wait for him to come back.
  • Enemy Summoner: He summons forces from Muspellheim to attack Team Thor.
  • Playing with Fire: What with being a fire demon and all.

    K'un-Lun 

Steel Serpent / Davos

Voiced by: Sacha Dhawan

    Manhattan Noir 

Eliza

  • The Dragon: Serves as the Kingpin's bodyguard. The heroes have to get past her to get to Fisk.
  • Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: Her skin is completely pale. It stands out compared to everyone else.
  • Giant Space Flea from Nowhere: Unless the player knows about her being an alternate version of Elektra, she kind of comes completely out of nowhere, with no real foreshadowing.
  • She-Fu: Her charged attack has her summersaulting around kicking the everlasting crap out of anything in reach.

Hammerhead

Kingpin / Wilson Fisk

  • Too Dumb to Live: He stops in the middle of a fight to dance to his favourite song.

Mother

  • Adaptational Wimp: In the comics, it brainwashed any adult nearby into assisting, and was powerful enough Billy had to go semi-Demiurge just to get rid of it. Here, Billy mentions that she's in a weakened state, so mercifully, it's none of those things.
  • Eldritch Abomination
  • Imposter Forgot One Detail: What gives Mother away. It always talks like a '50s parent regardless of its actual form or the situation. Yes, that includes as its being punched in the face.

Shocker (Homecoming)

  • Evil Is Petty: He starts dropping gargoyles on folk because he's pissed about not being elected mayor.

    HYDRA Empire 

The HYDRA Four in general

Bowman (Hawkeye)

Hammer (Thor)

  • Heel–Face Turn: With Militant, they help you fight HYDRA as revenge for mistreating them.
  • Shock and Awe: With a technological hammer similar to Mjölnir.

Militant (Captain America)

Tactical Force (Iron Man)

Arnim Zola

Baron Zemo

  • Ace Pilot: The battle against him is even a dogfight.
  • It's All About Me: He constantly reminds everyone about his alleged superiority.
  • Truer to the Text: Similar to the Mandarin in the first one, the game rejects the In Name Only version from the recent movies in favor of a more accurate depiction (or at least accurate to Helmut's pre-Thunderbolts characterization).
  • Weapons That Suck: Also carries gravity mines.

Red Skull

    Hala 

M.O.D.A.M.

  • Distaff Counterpart: To MODOK.
  • Fun with Acronyms: Mental Organism Designed for Aggressive Manoeuvres.
  • Large Ham: She's prone to psychotic shrieking and yelling.
  • Loophole Abuse: She's designed to obey A.I.M.'s orders. Too bad they didn't give an order for her to not turn on them.
  • Misplaced Retribution: She's angry at A.I.M., so she's going to kill some of their goons who don't even know who she is or why she's angry! That'll teach 'em (probably)!

The Supreme Intelligence

Voiced by: Gary Martin

  • If My Calculations Are Correct: It tries stating the statistical odds of what Black Bolt and Medusa are doing, but they don't listen.
  • The Man Behind the Man: The Supremor is Ronan's boss.
  • Mind Control: It manages to control Star-Lord, Rocket and Groot, and makes them attack Black Bolt and Medusa.
  • Vagueness Is Coming: Apparently it can detect some kind of unusual temporal event coming, but rather than just explaining this to folk, it just keeps telling them "you cannot comprehend what is happening."

Ronan

  • Drop the Hammer: His Universal Weapon, which comes in the form of a very big hammer.
  • Invisibility: Is capable of turning himself invisible.

    Medieval England 

Amora the Enchantress

Voiced by: Kate O'Sullivan

Black Knight (Nathan Garret)

Morgan Le Fay

Voiced by: Kate O'Sullivan

    The Old West 

Captain Corbett

The Living Totem

  • Designated Villain: In-universe, even. Rawhide Kid just assumes he's evil, but actually, he just wants to go home. He isn't even doing anything that could be mistaken as evil.
  • Fantastic Racism: He doesn't have a high opinion of humans, to put it mildly (then again, given how they treat him, it's hard to blame him).

    A.I.M 

M.O.D.O.K

Voiced by: Kerry Shale

  • Large Ham: When you're a giant floating head, made by mad scientists, there's only one way to go.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: His disguise to fool Squirrel Girl is... a paper-mache version of himself. It actually manages to work.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: He's terrified of chickens, which Rocket uses to his repeated advantage. In fairness, the chickens of Chronopolis are vicious.

    Wakanda 

Klaw

A sound-based weaponry user who killed T'Challa's father to obtain more vibranium.
  • Composite Character: He has the appearance, abilities, and history with T'Challa of the comics version, while having a South African accent like the film version.
  • Mundane Utility: Uses his weapon as a boombox.
  • Talking Is a Free Action: He stops the heroes at one point so he can fix his weapon to use a final attack. No one on Team Spider Man decides to take advantage of this. He even thanks them for their patience.
  • Villains Out Shopping: When Team Spidey finds him, he and Man-Ape are just jamming together.

Erik Killmonger

Voiced by: Damian Lynch
  • Gonna Need More X: On being beaten, he laments he should've brought more cats to the fight.

Man-Ape / M'Baku

Voiced by: Alexis Rodney

    Nueva York 

Electro 2099

Green Goblin 2099

    Lemuria 

Attuma

    Sakaar 

Maestro

The Red King

Red Hulk / General Thunderbolt Ross

  • Adaptational Villainy: Hews more to the Red Hulk's initial characterization in Hulk, being a needlessly antagonistic jerkwad who attacks people for no good reason.
  • Badass Mustache: As Thunderbolt Ross. Exactly where it goes when he hulks out is a mystery.
  • Evil Counterpart: To the Hulk.
  • Man on Fire: During his boss fight, he'll set himself on fire and rush the player character. When playable, he'll burst into flames when he jumps around.

    Xandar 

Ayesha

  • Affably Evil: For a pompous leader of a race of manchildren, she is at least polite to the player character for helping them.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Like all of the Sovereign, her skin is gold.
  • Composite Character: Has the appearance and attitude of her film incarnation, while having the abilities of her comic version.
  • Revenge Before Reason: The Sovereign tried attacking Kang for dragging them to Chronopolis. After they got their butts kicked in, Ayesha's prepared to try again, as revenge for the last asskicking.
  • Super Strength

Nebula

  • Anti-Villain: She's not exactly heroic, to say the least, but she's not committing out and out villainy, instead picking fights with Kang's forces for her own reasons.
  • Dual Wielding: A pair of katanas.
  • Freudian Slip: While fighting some Kang goons, she yells out "take that, Thanos / Gamora", before correcting herself.
  • I Just Want to Be Loved: Nebula just wants a sister who doesn't kick her ass all the time.
  • Mr. Fixit: She can fix broken blue objects.
  • The Voiceless: When playable.

Taserface

  • Atrocious Alias: Having finally gotten the news, Taserface tasks the heroes with finding a more imposing name than "Taserface". He goes with Spikeface.

The Vulture

    Others 

Carnage

  • Fusion Dance: Is forcibly merged with Venom by Goblin 2099. Neither of them are happy about it.
  • Lighter and Softer: He's less of a demented kill-monster than his comics incarnation, that's for sure. He's still insane and evil though.

Dormammu

Voiced by: Gary Martin
  • Dimension Lord: Lord of the Dark Dimension.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Or at the least, Evil Has Someone They Like. Occasionally on acquiring a collectible, Dormammu idly suggests giving it to Satanna as a gift.
  • Flying Brick: He's nigh-invulnerable, super strong, and he can fly.
  • Hulking Out: The playable Dormammu starts off as a regular-sized minifig, and can grow into a larger version.

Ego, the Living Planet

Grandmaster

Voiced by: Kerry Shale
  • Time Master: Like Doctor Strange, he can play around with time.

Karl Mordo

  • Color Coded Magic: Where the aura of Strange's magic is gold, Mordo has blood-red.
  • Composite Character: Has the look and attributes of his film version, while having the personality of his comic counterpart.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Doctor Strange, right down to having most of the same abilities (he lacks Strange's time manipulating abilities).
  • Smug Snake: Mordo is very assured of his superiority.

Lizard / Dr. Curt Connors

Maximus the Mad

Thanos

  • Abusive Parents: Nebula's laundry list of issues can be laid at his feet.
  • Demoted to Extra: The Big Bad for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and one of the biggest threats in the regular Marvel universe on his worse days. Here... he doesn't appear in the main storyline, only getting a mention here and there.
  • Sleeves Are for Wimps: The DLC Thanos comes in his Avengers: Infinity War outfit, which lacks sleeves.

Venom

  • Composite Character: He is largely regular Venom, but he also turns into Ultimate Venom as well.
  • Hulking Out: Minifig Venom starts growing, then rips himself apart, in order to turn into Bigfig Venom.

Others

    Other characters 

Aunt May

Eson the Searcher

  • Giant Foot of Stomping: Doctor Strange manages to momentarily summon Eson's fist during the final battle, which punches Kang flat.
  • Worf Had the Flu: Normally, the Guardians wouldn't stand even a chance against the Celestials. Kang mentions he found Eson at the end of time, and it's obviously taken a battering already.

J. Jonah Jameson

Voiced by: Glenn Wrage
  • Adaptational Heroism: Slightly. He's still a blustering, pompous jerk, but he's much, much more tolerant of Spidey than almost any other version of him out there.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: He declares himself an excellent judge of character. Kindly ignore all those newspapers declaring Spider-Man a menace.

Nova Prime

President Bear

  • Ascended Extra: From one-off character in a side-quest of Lego Avengers, to minor recurring character.
  • Distressed Dude: He's locked up on a train, only getting freed thanks to Star-Lord and Kid Colt. At some other point in his timeline, he's wound up as a guest of the Collector.
  • Hero of Another Story: Assuming the Spider-Ham quest is any indication, President Bear is his world's version of Bruce Banner. Kid Colt indicates he's met President Bear before, but doesn't elaborate.
  • Nice Hat: Still wears a star-spangled top-hat.
  • Not-So-Imaginary Friend: As the Collector notes, he originates from the confused memories of the Winter Soldier. How he became real is anyone's guess.
  • The Voiceless: Because, y'know... he's a bear.

Ravonna / Terminatrix

Voiced by: Kate O'Sullivan
Kang's sort-of wife, who's not remotely happy with his conquering ways

  • Beware the Nice Ones: Playable Ravonna responds to attacks by telling her would-be attackers that she's run out of patience. Then she shoots them.
  • The Dog Bites Back: She turns on Kang, and eventually uses his power crystal to turn him into a baby.
  • Funny Background Event: If left idle, the playable Ravonna starts dancing.
  • Future Badass: Terminatrix is much more powerful, gameplay-wise, than Ravonna. Not to mention she's got Kang and the Supreme Intelligence on her side.
  • No-Sell: As Terminatrix, she's immune to toxic goo and poisonous gases.
  • Powered Armor: As Terminatrix.
  • Time Master: Ravonna and Terminatrix can rewind or fast-forward time just like Doctor Strange.

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