Iron Man is the heroic identify of wealthy philanthropist Tony Stark. Tony is a former weapons manufacturer who became a superhero after an incident that nearly killed him. Leading him to become "The Invincible Iron Man".
- Badass Bookworm: Like with most versions of the character, Tony is a very intelligent man.
- Chest Blaster: Iron Man's iconic uni-beam weapon, powered by his chest reactor.
- Gadgeteer Genius: Tony is a super genius capable of building all sorts of technological devices.
- Red Is Heroic: Wears his iconic red armor.
- Vitriolic Best Buds / Intergenerational Friendship: With Makoto. While the pair tend too snark with each other often, they both respect and care for each other nonetheless.
- Wouldn't Hurt a Child: Tony doesn't like it when the kids put themselves in danger.
Originally a frail, sickly young man, Steve Rogers was the first recipient of a super soldier formula. He would then be forever transformed, becoming Captain America, a World War II hero.
- Captain Geographic: Captain America
- Iconic Item: Steve's iconic shield.
- Improbable Weapon User: Steve uses his shield in a variety of ways.
- Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: The most basic use of his shield.
- Shield Bash: When he uses the shield as a melee weapon.
- Throwing Your Shield Always Works: Steve can likewise throw his shield as a ranged weapon which will often come flying back to him.
- My Greatest Failure: While not brought up as often in other media, his failure to save Bucky is this.
- Primary-Color Champion: His uniform has his iconic color scheme, which is based on the American flag.
The Norse god of Thunder Thor helps to defend modern day Earth from threats both ancient and new. He is the elder brother of the treacherous Loki.
- Badass Cape: Thor wears a flowing red cape as per his iconic design.
- Big Brother Instinct: While suspicious of his little brothers motives, Thor is willing to give Loki the benefit of the doubt. Often trying to bring out the good in him.
- Cain and Abel: Thor is the Abel to Loki's Cain.
- Cool Helmet: Wears a winged Viking helmet as per his classic look.
- Flying Brick: Thor has a vast assortment of powers, including Flight, Super Strength, Nigh-Invulnerability, and Weather Manipulation/Shock and Awe.
- Drop the Hammer: Wields his iconic Mjölnir.
Mutated by exposure to Gamma Radiation, Bruce Banner became The Hulk. He's now one of the Avengers, having proven himself as one of Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
- Adaptational Intelligence: While Hulk still prefers to smash his enemies. His intellect is considerably higher in this series. Also, he's perfectly capable of speaking grammatically correct sentences.
- The Atoner: Hulk felt so badly after the damage he'd caused due to the Green Goblin. He later tried to make up for it by fighting the Goblin himself.
- Bash Brothers: He fights very well alongside Thor.
- The Big Guy: The biggest and most physically strong of the Avengers.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: Done via the Green Goblin's poisonous gas.
The Wasp is a hero with the ability to change her size. She firmly believes that Makoto and his friends can make a difference as superheroes, which prompts her agree to let them join the Avengers.
- Action Girl: Wasp can keep up with all the male Avengers.
- Adaptational Badass: This version of Wasp can easily hold her own against villain's like Kang.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Janet is very kind and nurturing with the kids, but making her angry is unwise.
- Flying Firepower: Wasp can fly thanks to her wings and can fire off bio-electrical energy blast she calls the "Wasp Sting".
- The Heart: She was the first Avenger to suggest allowing Makoto and his friends join the team.
- Sizeshifter: Janet is capable of transforming from her normal human size to tiny size instantly.
The self proclaimed leader of the Future Avengers. Makoto is brave, impulsive and reckless. Makoto has a keen desire to help others. His "Aerial Act" allows him to manipulate air and wind.
- All-Loving Hero: Makoto cares about everyone no matter who they are. He also never loses faith in Bruno.
- Determinator: Makoto can at times be lazy. But he doesn't tend to give up easily.
- Fanboy: Makoto is a huge fan of heroes.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The Foolish Sibling to Adi's and Bruno's Responsible Sibling.
- Hot-Blooded: Makoto is definitely this.
- Samaritan Syndrome: Makoto can't resist helping others.
Adi acts as the eldest of the three Future Avengers and is the most mature member of the group. His "Technical Act" allows him to manupulate almost any kind of technology.
- Big Brother Instinct: Adi will go to great lengths to protect Makoto and Chloé.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The Responsible Sibling to Makoto's Foolish Sibling.
- The Lancer: Adi is a mitigating factor to Makoto's recklessness.
- Teen Genius: Thanks no doubt to his Technical Act.
- Technopath: Adi has the ability to control and manipulate technology with his thoughts.
- The Smart Guy: Adi fills this role amongst the Future Avengers.
Chloé is the third member of the Future Avengers. Her "Camouflage Act" gives her the abiltiy to disguise herself as anyone she wants.
- Action Girl: Thanks to her training Chloé can keep up with Makoto and Adi, though her superpowers are noncombative in nature.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Chloé is usually friendly, but she's not afraid to speak her mind when angry.
- Deadpan Snarker: Chloé has a sharp sense of humor, which she's more than happy to use.
- Like Brother and Sister: Said by Thor when he mentions that she's like a sister to Adi. She later explains to Black Panther that she sees Makoto as a little brother.
- Shapeshifting: Her "Camouflage Act" allows Chloé to look (and even sound) like anyone she wants. Though it seems she can't copy other peoples superpowers.
A part-time member of the Avengers who gained superpowers after an encounter with the Kree.
- The Captain: She's Captain Marvel because she was also in the Air Force.
- Energy Absorption: One of her main powers.
- Friend to All Children: She's kind and gentle with children.
- Flying Brick: She can fly, has super strength, and can fire energy blasts from her hands.
- Light 'em Up: Shoots energy blasts from her hands strong enough to knock Ares off his feet.
- Nice Girl: Carol is a decent person and friendly. She's also very modest about her superhero work.
A former S.H.I.E.L.D. agent and part-time Avenger, Hawkeye is an expert archer.
- Archer Archetype: Clint's entire superhero identity revolves around his archery skills.
- Badass Biker: His favored mode of transport is a nice bike.
- Badass Normal: No super powers to speak of, but he's a highly trained ex-SHIELD agent and part-time Avenger.
- Cool Shades: He's got a nice purple set.
- Improbable Aiming Skills: Many of Hawkeye's shots are objectively impossible.
- My Friends... and Zoidberg: While not treated like this by the Avengers themselves, several men broke into his apartment and discovered his superhero costume. Despite that they failed to recognize him as either a superhero or an Avenger.
- The Straight and Arrow Path: Like all versions of Hawkeye, he favors the use of bow and arrow.
An ex-Russian spy now an elite operative for S.H.I.E.L.D. and part-time Avenger. She's also Hawkeye's former partner.
- Form-Fitting Wardrobe: She wears a Spy Cat Suit that is made out of leather and is very tight fitting.
- Mother Russia Makes You Strong: While it can be assumed that she's Russian, this version doesn't have the accent.
- Red Is Heroic: Natash has red hair and is a hero.
- Ship Tease: Her talks with Hawkeye can get a bit, playful.
- Spy Catsuit: She wears a very form fitting, black suit.
Spider-Man uses his superhuman strength, agility, and reflexes to protect the people of New York. After meeting the Future Avengers, he decided to act as a mentor for them.
- Animal Motif: The spider, naturally.
- Deadpan Snarker: As always, Spider-Man is the ultimate snarker.
- Determinator: He manages to hold up a bus full of civilians for several minutes while the Green Goblin was using the Hulkbuster to try and force it to crash into the city street below.
- Spider-Sense: One of his more unique superpowers.
- Wall Crawling: Part of his powers.
A longtime friend and part-time member of the Avengers team.
- Badass Normal: Like Tony, Sam is an ordinary human relying on a high-tech combat suit to fly.
- Clothes Make the Superman: He wears a winged flight suit.
- Feather Flechettes: His standard weapon.
- Flight: He can fly thanks to the Falcon suit.
- Razor Wings: Sam uses his wings as a melee weapon, basically turning his arms into giant blades.
- Underestimating Badassery: Bruno found out the hard way that he can fight just as well as any Avenger.
King T'Challa/Black Panther
T'Challa is the proud warrior king of Wakanda, a highly advanced African nation.
- Absurdly Sharp Claws: Built into his Vibranium suit.
- Animal Themed Super Being: His costume and powers are based off his namesake animal.
- The Chains of Commanding: Chloé quickly learns that he is not a particularly cruel or mean man, but that being the ruler of an entire nation puts him under a lot of pressure to make difficult choices.
- Dark Is Not Evil: He wears a dark costume and has "Black" in his name, but he most definitely a hero.
- I Work Alone: He's initially wary of outsiders, though his opinion changes thanks in part to Chloé.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: He rules over Wakanda, but that doesn't stop him from rushing off to fight supervillains.
A teenage girl who becomes a costumed superhero after mysteriously gaining superpowers.
- Adorkable: She acts so goofy that it's frankly, cute.
- Ascended Extra: She's only a minor character in the first season, but plays a major role in the second one.
- The Chosen One: Season 2 reveals that she's the first naturally occurring Inhuman, thus is set up to be ruler of the Inhumans. She, nor the Avengers, like that too much.
- Fangirl: Specifically of Captain Marvel, whom she says is the best superhero and even impersonated for a time.
- The Knights Who Say "Squee!": She geeks out over finally meeting Captain Marvel in person.
- Rubber Man: She's able to stretch and grow her limbs.
- Scarf of Asskicking: She wears a rather long one as part of her costume.
- Shapeshifter: She can twist and reshape her entire body into basically anything she wants.
- Wake Up, Go to School, Save the World: Kamala has a tough time balancing her school work with superheroics.
The Leader is the villain who created the Masters of Evil.
- Beard of Evil: The Leader sports a thin mustache and beard.
- Big Bad Duumvirate: Formed one of these with Kang. Both together and individually, they create most of the conflict that the Avengers face in the first season, although Leader later happily admits that he's really more of Kang's servant, nether Loki nor the other Masters know this.
- Evil Genius: Is very intelligent and constantly boasts about how he's so much smarter than everyone else.
- Evil Gloating: Leader is very fond of doing this.
- My Brain Is Big
Amora, the Enchantress, is an Asgardian sorceress of considerable strength.
- Dark Magical Girl: Amora has magical powers that she uses primarily for evil.
- Hot Witch: The Enchantress is very beautiful when she isn't casting deadly magic.
- Long Hair Is Feminine: Amora is a female with long blonde hair.
- Ms. Fanservice: Amora is a very beautiful, blond haired woman.
- Rapunzel Hair: The Enchantress has long blonde hair which reaches down to her waist.
- Squishy Wizard: Well, squishy is relative, being an Asgardian, but her main method of attack is to use long range magical attacks.
- Villainous Breakdown: Enchantress has one when she and Ares are exposed to the "Emerald Rain". Considering she'd been warned it could kill her and she'd previously refused to have anything to do with it, it's understandable.
A Olympian warrior god who prides himself on his strength and fights with a battle axe.
- Absurdly Sharp Blade: His axe, while large can also slice through metal.
- An Axe to Grind: His main weapon is an axe.
- The Brute: As big as Hulk and boasts that he's stronger than him too.
- Evil Counterpart: To Thor and Hulk. With Thor they are both God's and with Hulk are considered the "muscle" of the teams they are on.
- Genius Bruiser: While very brutish, he's very competent in the use of sophisticated weaponry.
- Physical God: He is an Olympian after all.
The Winter Soldier is a new member of the Masters of Evil. He was originally James "Bucky" Barnes, Steve Rogers's best and oldest friend. After a mission went wrong, Bucky ended up captured and brainwashed by HYDRA into becoming the Winter Soldier.
- Artificial Limbs: His left arm is a cybernetic replacement, it's a very durable prosthetic.
- The Atoner: After regaining his memories, Bucky willingly surrenders himself to the Winter Guard. Believing he deserves to be punished for all the crimes he committed while under HYDRA's control.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: Zola tried to have his memories wiped in order to make him easier to control. Though the process was apparently ineffective and needed to be done on a regular basis.
- Fallen Hero: Originally, Bucky was a good man who that fought alongside Captain America on behalf of his country. Before he was subjected to brainwashing by HYDRA and forced into a FaceHeel Turn against his will.
- HeelFace Turn: When he snaps free from his brainwashing, Bucky's memories are restored and he teams up with Steve to take down those responsible.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Steve, the pair treat each other like brothers.
Bruno was once Makoto's good friend despite the intense rivalry between them. Despite this, Bruno was convinced by HYDRA, and later the Masters of Evil to turn his back on Makoto and his other friends.
- The Atoner: What he decides to be after coming to terms with what he's done while working for the Masters of Evil.
- Back from the Dead: He was killed when the Avengers destroyed Red Skulls base. Only to be revived thanks to a combination of Red Skulls nanobots and the power of the "Emerald Rain".
- HeelFace Turn: Eventually, after Makoto is able to save him from being killed by the instability of the Emerald Rain, he teams up with Makoto and the Avengers to make up for what he'd done.
- Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: Once he gains the power from the "Emerald Rain" project, Bruno lashes out at anyone who makes him angry.
The younger brother of Thor, Loki is a dangerous sorcerer from Asgard.
- Adaptational Heroism: In the comics, Loki was a straight villain for the most part. Here he's more of an Anti-Villain, and eventually sides with the Avengers against Kang.
- Affably Evil: He is fairly polite and amiable, especially around the Future Avengers.
- Big Bad Wannabe: Being as self-absorbed as always. Loki stabs The Leader in the back, failing to realize Kang was the true mastermind behind the Emerald Rain project.
- Blade on a Stick: He uses a bladed scepter as his signature weapon.
- Cain and Abel: He's the Cain to Thor's Abel.
- Magic Knight: Loki is a talented sorcerer, often employing his Master of Illusion spells to throw his enemies off balance, he's also proficient in cancelling out the magical spells of others.
- Master of Illusion: Loki is fond of using his magic to disguise himself to look like other people. He also appears to get very angry when Chloé basically beats him at his own game.
- Villainous Rescue: Returns at the end of the second season to foil Maximus' final assassination attempt on Black Bolt.
- You Remind Me of X: Loki admits that Makoto and Bruno's relationship reminds him of his own strained relationship with Thor.
Kang the Conqueror
Kang the Conqueror is a time-traveling tyrant who rules the 41st century.
- Authority Equals Asskicking: He has impressive technology that allows him to take on all the Avengers at once.
- Conqueror from the Future: Or at least until he was finally defeated by the Inhumans.
- Cool Chair: His chair has shields that can stop Makoto's most powerful attacks and is able to travel through time.
- Cool Spaceship: His ship is huge.
- The Fighting Narcissist: Kang is undeniably full of himself, even if he isn't very prone to making boastful declarations like The Leader or Loki.
- The Man Behind the Man: It is eventually revealed that he was the mastermind behind the "Emerald Rain" project.
- Outside-Genre Foe: The Avengers never fought against a time-traveler before they met him. Even so, Tony eventually figures out how to outsmart him, mostly due to the fact that Kang's technology was based off of Stark tech.
- Take Over the World: His plan concerning 21st century Earth. He wishes to conquer it so that he can counter his enemies in the future before they can defeat him.
- Teleporters and Transporters: He can teleport himself through time and space in the blink of an eye.
Norman Osborn (Green Goblin)
Norman Osborn is the head of Oscorp and secretly the cackling madman known as the Green Goblin.
- Villain with Good Publicity: While no one knew he was the Green Goblin, he tried to push a Super Registration Act by turning public opinion against the Hulk.
- Split Personality: True to his early appearances, Norman and the Green Goblin act like two different identities, but they're both working together.
Everyone's favorite Merc with a Mouth.
- Confusion Fu: Deadpool ends up making schmucks of the Future Avengers by dumping his costume onto an attacking Chloé, dazing and disgusting the girl with its odor when both Adi and Makoto are beaned by Chloé's discarded tonfa.
- Super Gullible: Deadpool makes his first appearance with the intent to steal plans for Tony's latest armor in exchange for his own anime. Crossbones never intended to uphold on his end of the bargain at all.
The younger brother of Black Bolt, Maximus secretly plans on orchestrating a war between the Inhumans and the human world.