Top Six Anti-Heroes from the Marvel Comics Who Deserves to be in MCU (Part II)
What makes anti-heroes different from typical superheroes is that they are not fully black or white but with shades of both.
The audience always loves to see gray characters on screen and that is why anti-heroes are always famous whenever they appear on screen whether it’s Magneto or Venom, even Thanos also had the motive to save the universe but his way of doing it made him a villain. Continuing from the first part of the story, here are a few more anti-heroes from Marvel comics we will love to see in the MCU.
Elektra is a part-time superhero and a full-time assassin. She was created by Marvel as an anti-hero who sometimes works as a sidekick to Daredevil.
Elektra was created as a sidekick to Daredevil but many times her ways of fighting against crime clashed with Daredevil and both clashed quite a few times. She is an expert in various types of martial arts and is an assassin who kills her opponents and does not mind taking the law into her hands. In various stories, she fought with quite a few superheroes such as Daredevil, Wolverine, Black Widow, Silver Samurai, etc.
Red Hulk is an anti-hero who many times clashed with the original Hulk, our very own Professor Bruce Banner.
Before becoming the Red Hulk, he was General Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross, a high-ranking official in the U.S. Military who was also the head of the Gamma project of the USA. He became a red hulk after her daughter died and he got affected by Gamma rays. Red Hulk is not totally a villain but he is not a hero either. Many times he clashed with the US Govt. and Hulk. Though he fought against Hulk many times, he also helped the Avengers in various stances.
Venom is one of the most famous anti-heroes of Marvel who appeared on the big screen quite a few times but not in the MCU.
Venom is a symbiote who took over the body of Eddie Brock, a columnist in the Daily Globe Newspaper. His career was destroyed because of Spider-Man unintentionally and because of this, he had great hatred inside him against Spider-Man. When a symbiote, an alien took over his body, he became Venom. Venom made his first movie appearance in the Spider-Man 3 movie and after that two solo movies starring Tom Hardy as Venom were released. Tom Hardy’s Venom is not a part of the Marvel universe but he appeared in the movie Spider-Man: No Way Home in a cameo before going back to his universe. It is confirmed that he will appear soon in MCU full-fledged but when and how is not revealed yet.