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The Avengers

Iron Man / Tony Stark

  • Adaptational Badass: The Mk 5, which in Iron Man 2 was weaker than the Mk 4, but here plays like the Mk 6 in every respect.
  • Beta Outfit: The Mk 1 armor, which Tony built in a cave out of bits of missile. Unlike the other armors, it can't shoot lasers and can't fly.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: The Mark 33 Silver Centurion armor has a hidden blade in both arms, which can also be used to break cracked walls.
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  • Brought Down to Normal: In the level based on Iron Man 3, when the Mark 42 stops working.
  • Comedic Underwear Exposure: In the Avengers part, after going through the helicarrier turbine, Tony's armor's legs get taken off.
  • Energy Weapon: As in Super Heroes, Tony's repulsors can melt and cut shapes out of gold bricks.
  • Giant Mecha: The Hulkbuster Armor, which gets a beef-up from the big-fig version in Super Heroes to the model-sized version from the Age of Ultron toyline.
  • Immune to Bullets: The Superior Iron Man armor deflects bullets.
  • Invisibility: The Mark 16 armor can turn invisible.
  • Kill It with Fire: The Mark 1 comes with flamethrowers, with pathetically limited reach.
  • Light Is Not Good: Superior Iron Man, from when Tony's brainwashed into acting like a total jerk.
  • The Little Detecto: He can use SHIELD scanners to find hidden items.
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  • Mr. Fixit: He can fix glowing blue bricks, in or out of armor.
  • Nanomachines: The Superior Armor, which grows out of Tony.
  • Palette Swap: The various Iron Man armors. Almost all of them play exactly the same way, but have different paint-jobs.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: Every armor can shoot rockets which blow up silver bricks.
  • Super Speed: The Mark 40 Shotgun armor lets Tony run like Quicksilver, even letting him use speed pads.
  • Tron Lines: The Superior Iron Man armor is covered in light blue ones.


Captain America / Steven Rogers

  • Adapted Out: The Winter Soldier level has him in his Avengers outfit, rather than the different outfit he wore during his time working for SHIELD.
  • Adaptational Dumbass: In the First Avenger segment, Cap actually forgets Bucky is hanging on for dear life from the train. Twice.
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: Cap's indestructible shield can protect him from attacks, as well as deflect lasers and put out fires.

Thor Odinson

  • Charged Attack: As in Super Heroes, Mjolnir still has to be charged up in order to be used (except in one level, where it comes pre-charged).
  • Drop the Hammer: Thor uses Mjolnir to smash foes, and glowing walls.

Hulk / Bruce Banner

  • Companion Cube: He's often seen with a teddy bear in the cutscenes that helps pacify him and keeps him from transforming.
  • Hulking Out: Unlike in Age of Ultron, Bruce actually does start turning green when he fails to lift Mjolnir.
  • Palette Swap: Comes in regular and Age of Ultron variants. The AOU version is the same gameplay-wise, but just with a movie-accurate olive green skin.

Black Widow / Natasha Romanov

Hawkeye / Clint Barton

  • Adaptational Badass: In Avengers, he gets brainwashed by Loki pretty quickly. Here, due to the game mechanics, he lasts several minutes before Loki uses the Sceptre on him.
  • Archer Archetype: Wields a bow and arrow as his Weapon of Choice.
  • Cool Shades: Avengers Hawkeye has a pair of red ones.
  • Glass-Shattering Sound: One of Clint's arrows can shatter translucent blue bricks.
  • Rummage Fail: When left idle, Clint shoots out bananas and steaks. In fact, this is how Nick Fury manages to beat him during "Helicarrier Havok", since Hawkeye keeps doing this.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: Clint's arrows can blow up silver Lego bricks, and melt gold bricks.

Scarlet Witch / Wanda Maximoff

Quicksilver / Pietro Maximoff

  • Schmuck Bait: Just like his movie counterpart, Pietro tries to catch Mjolnir. Unlike his movie counterpart, Pietro falls for it two more times in the story, and his combo move with Thor has him try to grab it yet again.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: Instead of being shot to death by Ultron, Pietro just gets covered in ice-cream and licked by a pig.
  • Super Speed: His power.


  • Energy Weapon: He can shoot gold-destroying beams from his head.
  • Intangible Man: The Vision can use his density control to phase through grates. He'll also use it as a finishing move, often to tear enemies to shreds.
  • Mind Control: Via the Mind Stone.
  • Mind over Matter: Can move stuff around telepathically.
  • Off-Model: Like the LEGO minifigure from the Age of Ultron sets, the Mind Stone is blue rather than yellow.
  • Only the Chosen May Wield: Can wield Mjolnir, but sadly only in cutscenes. Also, it gives him elegant blond locks.
  • Regenerating Health: Vision's health restores if he's injured.


Nick Fury

  • The Artifact: There's a playable Nick Fury with a bazooka, even though the scene of him using it is excised.
  • Big Eater: In cutscenes, he's frequently seen holding smoothies.
  • Invisibility: One of his abilities.

Maria Hill

Voiced by: Cobie Smulders.

  • Deadpan Snarker: Her snarking at Tony and Thor's posturing during Age of Ultron is excised, but replaced with her snarking at Rhodey's failed War Machine story.
  • It's Personal: Takes Coulson's apparent death during Avengers pretty hard.
  • Mission Control: Reads out the pre-cutscene briefs, and serves as a temporary replacement for Phil during his "death".
  • Tempting Fate: At the beginning of Lack of Insight, she comments that no-one would ever use Project: Insight for evil purposes... right?

Phil Coulson

Voiced by: Clark Gregg

  • Comic Book Death: His death in Avengers is played up, with his still being alive while Cap's not looking.
  • Companion Cube: Lola, his flying Cool Car.
  • Mission Control: Serves as one during freeroaming, often commenting on the character's deeds (unless, of course, the player is playing as Phil himself).
  • Mythology Gag: One of the Collector's quests has him mention a rendezvous with an unidentified "Agent Cheese" to swap Captain America trading cards. Cheese is comics-Coulson's nickname.
  • Quest Giver: Taking Lola to get some gas, and then taking Lola on a quest for a Hulk selfie.
  • Weirdness Magnet: Notes he can't even go for a drive without running into trouble.

Agent Williams

  • Canon Foreigner: He has no counterpart in the films, just being made up so there's a second playable character at certain points.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Vanishes partway through the Avengers levels, having served his purpose. He only reappears briefly as a voice during Age of Ultron.
  • Meta Guy: He'll frequently comment on things like the game mechanics (such as building a ramp to jump over an obstruction rather than just smashing it).
  • New Meat: He's a mere level three agent.
  • Quest Giver: Three of them; rounding up blueberriess Stark left lying around the helicarrier, rounding up dangerous artifacts at Project Pegasus, and testing out an old SHIELD testing device.

Other Heroes (Marvel Cinematic Universe)

Agent Peggy Carter

  • Adaptation Expansion: The First Avenger level has her in a larger role, serving as Mission Control for Cap and Bucky.
  • Nice Hat: Past-Peggy wears the iconic bright red hat from the first season of her show.
  • Quest Giver: Several quests involving flashbacks to her old adventures.

Falcon / Sam Wilson

War Machine / Iron Patriot / James Rhodes

  • Handwave: The hammer lifting scene in Age of Ultron has Rhodes wearing the War Machine armor, so when Ultron shows up, the Iron Legion instantly knock him out before he can help.
  • Palette Swap: Of Iron Man, though Rhodes lacks Tony's ability to use tech panels.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: His Civil War armor comes with red eyes, but he's still heroic.
  • The Voiceless: In the level based on Iron Man 3, despite appearing he doesn't say a word.

Winter Soldier / James Buchanan "Bucky" Barnes

Other Heroes (Marvel Comics Universe)

A-Bomb / Rick Jones

  • In a Single Bound: Can jump really high.
  • Invisibility: A-Bomb can turn himself invisible.
  • Quest Giver: Asks for some help with SHIELD scientists who are forcibly trying to cure him.
  • Skewed Priorities: Why's he avoiding the SHIELD scientists, when he wants to be cured? He promised to take a Hulk selfie as A-Bomb.

Amadeus Cho

  • Quest Giver: Asks for help dealing with some of Iron Man's armors gone rogue. Which he actually caused. He wanted to see what would happen.

America Chavez


Beta Ray Bill

Voiced by: Steve Blum

Black Goliath / Bill Foster

Blazing Skull / Mark Anthony Todd

Blue Marvel / Dr. Adam Brashear

Butterball / Emery Schaub

  • Frying Pan of Doom: His weapon in combat is a frying pan.
  • Joke Character: As in the comics, his power is that he is invulnerable... and only that he's invulnerable. Sometimes he'll even trip and fall over himself while running (or waddling, frankly).
  • Quest Giver: Yet another person looking for Hulk Selfies.

Captain Britain / Brian Braddock

  • Captain Patriotic: Parodied, he is very stereotypically British.
  • Quest Giver: Asks for help rounding up some flasks of tea his enemies stole and scattered around Washington, D.C.
  • Not So Dire: Laments the difficulty of going back to Britain for more of his favourite drink... before noting he can fly, which saves on travel faire.
  • Spot of Tea: Never travels anywhere without a supply of the stuff, just in case. He dreads the idea of having to switch to coffee.

Captain Universe

  • Energy Weapon: The Uni-Force allows it's host to destroy gold bricks (though she can't cut shapes out of them).
  • Flying Brick: She's super-strong, capable of flying, and heals fast enough to recover from any attacks instantly.
  • Shock and Awe: Her cosmic energy can charge up electrical devices.

Chase Stein

Cloud 9 / Abigail Boylen

  • Quest Giver: Asks for help getting people to safety via her clouds.

Crimson Dynamo

  • Quest Giver: Asks the player to recover paint from around Sokovia so he can repaint his armor.


  • Combo Platter Powers: Courtesy of her elemental status.
  • It's All About Me: Problems with the husband? Eh, she'll just divorce him and get a new one.
  • Mythology Gag: Mentions she's on the outs with her husband, but never specifies who that husband is. In the comics, she and Quicksilver had a particularly fraught marriage up until 2007, and she had an arranged marriage with Ronan the Accuser between 2009 and 2011.
  • Quest Giver: She's yet another person looking for a Hulk Selfie.

Daredevil / Matt Murdock

  • Pungeon Master: After finishing his quest, he lets loose a "ship" quip. Then he apologizes, explaining he'd been waiting hours to crack it.
  • Quest Giver: Fighting goons at the Manhattan docks.


  • Shock and Awe: Her cybernetic arm can shoot electricity, which she can use to charge electrical devices.

Doctor Strange

Echo / Maya Lopez

  • Badass in Distress: She's one of the potential nannies for Danielle found under attack by henchmen.
  • Clark Kenting: Obliquely mentions her disguising herself as a socialite, and that knowing how to dance is an important part of it.
  • Quest Giver: Challenges the player to a dance-off.


Gorilla Girl

Hazmat / Jennifer Takeda

Hawkeye / Kate Bishop

  • The Artifact: Her targeting cursor still uses the SHIELD logo, despite Kate not being a member of SHIELD, because it's the same as the one Hawkeye uses.
  • Cool Shades: She wears purple shades that match the rest of her outfit.

Hulkling / Teddy Altman

The Human Torch I / Jim Hammond

  • I Love Nuclear Power: His flames are partially radioactive.
  • Ridiculously Human Robot: He's an android who looks human.
  • Leaning on the Fourth Wall: Indirectly mentions he's the original Human Torch, but clams up immediately afterward, due to the embargo on Fantastic Four characters.
  • Quest Giver: Asks for help fighting off some thugs... whom he released from SHIELD prisons.
  • Sanity Slippage: Has gone a little senile in old age, such as starting fires around Washington due to a misunderstanding of the phrase "fighting fire with fire".

Iron Fist / Daniel Rand

  • Quest Giver: He's hunting Shao-Lao through the streets of New York's Chinatown.
  • Super Strength: The Iron Fist allows him to destroy cracked walls.

Jack of Hearts / Jack Hart

Jewel / Jessica Jones

  • Flying Brick: She's super-strong, and can fly, and has regenerating health.
  • Lighter and Softer: She's much, much less potty-mouthed than her comics incarnation, due to the game's family friendly nature.
  • Quest Giver: Asks the player to find four superheroines who were supposed to be interviewed for the position of Danielle's nanny.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Bright pink (dyed - she's naturally a brunette).

Lightspeed / Katie Power


  • Adaptation Personality Change: Despite being visually based on her time in Guardians of the Galaxy (the 2008-2010 series), she's much more together, and doesn't call herself "this one".
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: While human, her skin is bright green.
  • Energy Weapon: She can blast an energy beam of psychic power at enemies.
  • Kick Chick: Up close and personal, she lets loose with martial arts skills.
  • Quest Giver: Asks for help dealing with some plants she accidentally upset.

Mighty Destroyer / Roger Aubrey

Moondragon / Heather Douglas

Moon Boy and Devil Dinosaur

Moon Knight / Marc Spector

  • Not Quite Flight: He can hover around using his cape.
  • Quest Giver: Meeting with a secret informant in downtown New York. It's Mr. Tiddles.

Ms. Marvel / Warbird / Captain Marvel / Carol Danvers

Ms. Marvel / Kamala Khan

  • Fangirl: So much so she went all the way from New Jersey to South Africa just to see a site where the Avengers had fought Ultron (with the implication she didn't tell her family beforehand).
  • Idle Animation: If left idle, she'll use her powers to play jump-rope with her own arms.
  • Not Quite Flight: Kamala can glide, by stretching herself into a kite shape while jumping.
  • Phoneaholic Teenager: One of her idle animations is her tripping over herself to grab her phone.
  • Quest Giver: Including dealing with alligators sent by her enemy, the Inventor, and getting a Hulk Selfie.
  • Rubber Man: One of her powers allows her to stretch her limbs like this.
  • Sizeshifter: Kamala's powers allow her to embiggen herself to giant size, or shrink down to tiddly size.

Nova / Richard Rider

  • Composite Character: Has his Annihilation and onward Nova Prime outfit, but the younger attitude from before then.
  • Energy Weapon: Uses the Nova Force to melt gold bricks (in the interests of pedantry, this is despite the Nova Force being gravimetric power, not heat).
  • Flying Brick: Being as he is the Human Rocket (though he lacks invulnerability).
  • Gosh Dang It to Heck!: "Blue Blazes!"
  • Quest Giver: Asks for help fighting evil versions of superheroes who've come out of the Fault.
  • Shock and Awe: Rich can also use the Nova Force to charge electrical panels.

Power Man / Luke Cage

  • Composite Character: Has the look of his Ultimate Spider-Man version, but everything else is taken from his comic incarnation.
  • Nigh-Invulnerable: His unbreakable skin.
  • Punch-Clock Hero: Hero for Hire. He's planning on charging SHIELD extra out of exasperation.
  • Quest Giver: Finding some SHIELD agents he was keeping an eye on, who've gotten lost.

Protector / Noh-Varr

Quasar / Wendell Vaughn

Red She-Hulk / Betty Ross

Rescue / Pepper Potts

Ronin / Blade / Eric Brooks

  • Badass Longcoat: His incredibly smelly longcoat is part of his design.
  • Walking Spoiler: The fact this Ronin was Blade was a minor plot point in Mighty Avengers. His character title gives it away from the outset.

The Sentry / Bob Reynolds

She-Hulk / Jennifer Walters

  • In a Single Bound: As with Hulk, she can jump incredibly long distances.
  • Medium Awareness: She's aware she's a video-game character, and promises her mission won't just be a "beat up x amount of goons" mission.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: Jennifer is the same size as a regular minifig, but she can still smash just as good as her cousin.
  • Quest Giver: Tracking down a guy who got off free on trial, and proving he's a bad-guy.
  • Wall Crawl: She can stick to and climb up walls.


Speed / Tommy Shepherd


Squirrel Girl / Doreen Green

  • Palette Swap: She comes in two forms - original and Unbeatable. The only difference play-wise that Unbeatable has a different appearance.
  • Pardon My Klingon: Lets loose a barrage of angry squirrel swears on her wayward friends, all rendered in symbols. She apologizes afterward.
  • Quest Giver: Rounding up some of her squirrels on the Barton farm.
  • Speaks Fluent Animal: On the Barton Farm, as she calls for help, she does so in Squirrel (which the subtitles translate).
  • This Looks Like a Job for Aquaman: She's one of the very few characters who can dig up dirt piles in the main game.

Swordsman / Jacque Duquense

Thor Girl


Tigra / Greer Grant-Nelson

Union Jack

Valkyrie / Brunhillde

  • Action Girl: As a Valkyrie.
  • Quest Giver: Tasks the player with finding new recruits for the Valkyrior after several of their ranks were lured away by the strange realm known as "Lon-don".
  • Super Strength: She can smash broken walls.

Veil / Madeline Berry

Wasp / Janet Van Dyne

  • Flight: Using wasp wings.
  • Sizeshifter: She can shrink to tiny sizes to get through vents. She'll also automatically shrink while flying.

White Tiger / Ava Alaya

  • Quest Giver: Recovering her amulets of power, which got stolen by some of Klaue's goons.
  • There's No Kill Like Overkill: Even after her amulets have been returned, and Klaue's goons defeated, she still plans to beat them up some more.

Wiccan / Billy Kaplan

  • Flight: Uses his magic to get around.
  • Here We Go Again!: Just narrowly averts it, when he wonders what enemy would show up if he put on Patriot's old costume. Hulkling informs him it'd be a Hulkling-like enemy. Billy takes the hint.
  • Inept Mage: He's incredibly powerful, but if he doesn't pronounce things exactly right, thinks go wrong. Though it does raise the question of just how badly he mispronounced "pack of cards" to wind up with "Jack of Hearts".
  • Quest Giver: Asks for help getting rid of some Dark Elves he inadvertently annoyed by putting on his old Asgardian costume.
  • Regenerating Health: Can heal slowly.
  • Shock and Awe: He can also use his magic to charge electrical ports.
  • Those Two Guys: With his boyfriend, Hulkling.

Storyline Villains

Aldritch Killian

Baron Strucker



  • An Ice Person: Playable Loki can use the Casket of Ancient Winters to freeze things, and people.
  • ...But He Sounds Handsome: His narration while he impersonates Odin is filled with compliments toward himself, while insulting Thor with every other breath.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: One of the unlockable Lokis is his suit from the Germany scene in Avengers.
  • Villains Out Shopping: During the Dark World level, Loki is calmly sitting in his cell, knitting a scarf, as all Hell breaks out elsewhere. Fandral remarks on this.


  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: He uses the power of the Aether to grow to giant size, and try to stomp Thor.
  • Drama Queen: Refuses to launch his second attack on Asgard until someone listens to his prepared speech.
  • Villain Decay: The Malekith of The Dark World is a legitimate threat. The quest version in Asgard is... not so dangerous.

Red Skull

  • Denser and Wackier: Due to the nature of the game, Red Skull is less horrifically evil and awful than his movie or comic counterparts.


Ulysses Klaue

  • Adapted Out: Ultron doesn't slice off his arm.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: Despite the arm-slicing not being a part, Klaue still tells his henchmen to attack Ultron along with the Avengers, even though Ultron just made him rich.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: He's really afraid of cuttlefish, and gives the player character the task of clearing a nearby bay of them.


  • Adaptation Personality Change: Some of his Ax-Crazy tendencies are toned down (he no longer slices off Klaue's arm), and his messianic actions get downplayed.
  • Adaptational Wimp: In the movie, his final body is made of vibranium, and takes Wanda tearing his power core out to put an end to him. Here, it's destroyed by Hulk flinging it out of the quinjet.
  • Enemy Summoner: Playable Ultron can summon two Ultron Drones to assist.
  • Energy Weapon: One of his abilities.
  • Flight: Every Ultron from MK. I can do this.
  • Gravity Master: He has the ability to destroy dark blue objects.
  • The Little Detecto: He can uncover hidden objects.
  • Mr. Fixit: He can fix blue-glowing objects.
  • Pulling Themselves Together: If Ultron is smashed during the brawl in "There Are No Strings On Me", he'll start to reform himself by pulling himself back together.
  • Regenerating Health: The playable Ultrons have health which immediately restores itself on being injured.
  • Super Strength: Capable of smashing glowing walls.

Arnim Zola

  • Adapted Out: Lack of Insight has no mention of his involvement in The Winter Soldier, beyond his experimenting on Bucky.
  • Composite Character: The level based on Captain America: The First Avenger uses his MCU appearance, but in a side-quest he shows up in his comic version's robot body.
  • Doomy Dooms of Doom: Insists that turning on the fans in his secret HYDRA base will leader to the player's DOOM. Comfortable, air-conditioned DOOM, but DOOM nonetheless.
  • Smug Snake: Taunts the player that they cannot stop him from launching his missile. He also does nothing to stop them from stopping him.

Other Villains

Abomination / Emil Blonsky

Absorbing Man / Carl "Crusher" Creel

Count Nefaria


The Grandmaster

Grim Reaper

Iron Monger / Obadiah Stane

Justin Hammer

  • Cloudcuckoolander: Justin's a little nuts. His only takeaway from watching the disastrous press conference he caused, wherein drones went on a rampage and shot up the Stark Expo? That's he's a good dancer. Yeah...
  • Mr. Fixit: He's able to fix any broken machinery.
  • Quest Giver: Challenges the player character to a dance-off.




The Leader



  • Fun with Acronyms: Mental Organism Designed Only For Killing.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: He infiltrates SHIELD as part of a scheme to take a Hulk Selfie, only to realize his clearance doesn't allow him to take selfies.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: His attempted infiltration of SHIELD makes no attempt to disguise himself.


The Other


  • Evil Counterpart: For Thor.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Apparently he's been trying to pass himself off as Thor. But the fact he's based on Thor's comic look, rather than the film version, makes him a dead giveaway. Well, that, and the other tropes.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: The glowing red eyes are kind of a giveaway that he's not the Odinson.
  • Two-Faced: Half of his face is damaged, revealing the robotics beneath.


Ronan the Accuser

  • Drop the Hammer: His Universal Weapon, which comes in the form of a big hammer.
  • Truer to the Text: Despite the game's MCU favouritism, this version of Ronan is designed after the comic version.



The Wizard



Beth the Waitress

  • Quest Giver: She's found in Manhattan, hoping to find out where some of her customers went, and in Sokovia, looking for assistance.

The Collector

  • Bystander Syndrome: Does not care about the epic fight between Thor and Malekith, he just wants his tea.
  • Handwave: Shows up in the past segment of "Rail Hydra", absently mentioning he's used a time machine.
  • Hypocritical Humor: Grumbles that Tony Stark is arrogant and selfish. Tivan isn't exactly the picture of modesty here.
  • I Have This Friend...: Claims that the wig he seeks in "Avengers Assemble" is for a friend. Definitely not him. He slips up when the player brings an unsuitable wig to him.
  • Quest Giver: Sends the player character to find items nearby, in an exchange for Red Bricks.
  • Spot of Tea: His request in "Lost in the Aether" is for the player to find a British tea cup for him.

Erik Selvig

  • Adaptational Badass: He grabs a chainsaw when the Tesseract opens up a portal. Also, during the Dark World based level, he fights the elves along with Jane.
  • Adapted Out: He's left out of Age of Ultron entirely.

Fandral the Dashing

  • Quest Giver: Asks the player to round up food for an Asgardian feast, after Volstagg ate what he was going to serve.


Happy Hogan

  • Cloudcuckoolander: He's a little weird about his security badges.
  • Demoted to Extra: Since Iron Man 3 is reduced to one level, Happy's just mentioned in the opening narration.
  • Quest Giver: Asks the player to recover some security badges scattered about Tony's Malibu estate.


Hogun the Grim

  • Demoted to Extra: Manages to take it even further than his film counterpart, who already suffered this in The Dark World, by getting demoted even further, to just a bonus unlockable.

Jane Foster

  • Adaptational Badass: Unlike her movie incarnation, Jane gets to take part in the final fight with Malekith, even taking out several Dark Elves.
  • Thinking Up Portals: As her finishing move, Jane summons up a convergence portal to zap away enemies.

Jasper Sitwell

  • Paper-Thin Disguise: He's really awful at hiding his HYDRA affiliation. As in "blurts out Hail Hydra" to the first person to walk in front of him.
  • Quest Giver: Two in Manhattan, fighting some bad guys and recovering Chitauri tech, and another at Project Pegasus, rounding up SHIELD rookies who ran off scared from Loki's arrival.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: Lack of Insight removes his getting hurled into oncoming traffic by the Winter Soldier.

Laura Barton

  • Pregnant Badass: Despite being very pregnant, she's still capable of fighting, even performing ludicrous backflips with her finishing move.

Lou Ferrigno

  • Hulking Out: Spoofed. He just gets spray-painted green.
  • Quest Giver: He gives out a few, one of which is one of the Hulk selfie chain.


  • Let Us Never Speak of This Again: After the Hulk successfully gets his selfie, Odin agrees to let the player go on their way, so long as they don't mention it to anyone.
  • Quest Giver: Charges the player with keeping people away from his throne, wherein they keep trying to take Hulk Selfies.

Pepper Potts

  • Girly Run: When running at full speed.
  • Joke Character: Pepper in the Mk. 43 armor is a playable character... but she can't fly, or use tech panels.
  • Quest Giver: Asks the player for help getting rid of the giant rabbit Tony bought her for Christmas, selling it via Hulk selfie.
  • You Don't Look Like You: Is playable at the beginning of the Avengers segment, covering Tony's recruitment, but she uses the model of her Iron Man 3 minifigure (since Pepper didn't have a minifigure in the Avengers sets).

Sharon Carter

SHIELD Scientist

  • Quest Giver: Three of them; rebooting Dr. Cho's Cradle, gathering weapons across the Helicarrier so she can test them, and rounding up the many, many clones of Mr. Tiddles running around Manhattan.


Stan Lee

  • Composite Character: He gets several roles other bit characters had in the movies, such as that of the German man who refuses to bow down to Loki or the security guard who finds Banner after he returns to normal the first time.
  • Distressed Dude: As in Super Heroes, Stan is the Citizen in Distress for every level.
  • Drunk on Milk: During the party at Stark Tower, one of the objectives is to get milkshakes prepared for the party. Stan is the first to help himself, and ends up apparently getting wasted on them.
  • Skewed Priorities: Even as Cap, Quicksilver and Ultron are brawling on the Korean train, he's still asking them to give him tickets.
  • Why Do You Keep Changing Jobs?: The only instance of his appearances given an explanation is being in South Korea, where he mentions having changed jobs.

Volstagg the Voluminous

DLC Characters

Agent Erik Koenig

Amora the Enchantress

Ant-Man II / Scott Lang

Ant-Man I / Hank Pym

Baron Mordo

  • Arc Villain: He's the main threat for the Doctor Strange DLC.
  • Aristocrats Are Evil
  • Body Horror: At the end of the DLC pack, he gets sucked off to... somewhere, a body part at a time. Looks painful.
  • Tennis Boss: Fighting him consists largely of throwing whatever he throws at Strange right back.

Baron Heinrich Zemo

  • Aristocrats Are Evil: He's a genuine baron (the barony of Zemo), and leads the Masters of Evil.
  • Composite Character: Has the outfit of Helmut Zemo, his son, but the founding of the Masters of Evil, and his plot is one Heinrich concocted.
  • Super Strength: Zemo can crack open walls with his sword.
  • Villain Protagonist: He's the main character of the Masters of Evil DLC pack.

Black Knight / Augustine Du Lac

  • Antiquated Linguistics: Supposedly called T'Challa a "varlet". T'Challa's more baffled than offended.
  • The Dragon: He serves as Ulyssey Klaw's main henchman.
  • Famous Ancestor: Claims descent from Lancelot. Yes, that Lancelot.
  • Humiliation Conga: Augustine gets beaten up by the Black Panthers, then thrown into an electric security barrier.

Black Knight / Dane Whitman

  • Dark Is Not Evil: Despite the name, and the look, Dane is a heroic Avenger, unlike his uncle.

Black Knight / Nathaniel Garrett

Black Panther / T'Challa

Black Panther / Princess Shuri


  • Action Girl
  • Human Aliens: Or Human Other-Dimensional Being. She's half-Faltine (that's Dormammu's species, and they're Energy Beings) but she looks human, aside from the white hair.
  • Mystical White Hair: She's magic, and has white hair.
  • Ship Tease: Unlike in the comics, Stephen and Clea aren't said to be in a relationship, but Stephen at the very least has a big crush on her.


Hope Van Dyne

Iron Spider

Jennifer Kale

Kang the Conqueror

  • Energy Weapon: Shoots off purple energy beams, some of which can destroy golden bricks.
  • Tin Tyrant: He audibly clanks as he walks.


Magnitron / Yon-Rogg

  • Aliens Are Bastards: He's out to invade and destroy Earth.
  • Arc Villain: For the Captain Marvel DLC.
  • Reality Warper: As a side-effect of gaining powers. He summons a Kree city and plans to dump it on Earth.
  • Synchronization: He's tied to Carol, she can't hurt him without hurting herself. Yon-Rogg is too insane to care about the reverse.
  • The Voiceless: Apparently he does do the standard villain rant, but we don't hear it.

Melter / Bruno Horgan

Moonstone / Meteorite / Karla Sofen

  • Flight: Her moonstone gives her the ability to fly.
  • Mind Control: One of her powers, as Moonstone.

Night Nurse

Poundcakes / Marien Pouncy

Radioactive Man / Dr. Chen Lau

Scarlet Spider / Ben Reilly

  • Civvie Spandex: His outfit is a hoodie with a spider scrawled on it over a red suit.

Spider-Man / Peter Parker

  • The Bus Came Back: After being absent from the main game, Peter returns in his own DLC.
  • Palette Swap: His Civil War fig is the same as the regular Peter, except he can't switch to Peter Parker.
  • Spider-Sense: Functions like the SHIELD scanners, uncovering hidden items.

All-New Spider-Man / Miles Morales

  • Invisibility: Miles retains his invisibility powers from the comics, allowing him to sneak past enemies or security cameras.
  • Shock and Awe: Can let off a charged venom blast.

Ulysses Klaw

  • Big Bad: The main villain of the Black Panther DLC.
  • Fricken Laser Beams: His main weapon in his boss fight with T'Challa and Shuri.

Wasp / Janet Van Dyne (MCU)

  • The Faceless: Her helmet obscures her face, save her eyes (since Janet's role in Ant-Man is just in flashbacks, and she wouldn't be cast for another two years after the game came out.)

Yellowjacket / Darren Cross

  • The Voiceless: He never says a word, not even a scream when Scott microsizes him.

Daisy "Skye" Johnson

Melinda May

Leo Fitz

Jemma Simmons


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