One of the main issues about Marvel’s universe is that many of the villains have a tendency to get pushed aside. Although this hasn’t done much to harm the popularity of Marvel’s movies, it has left many people waiting eagerly for the entry of a scoundrel such as Thanos. As it is, a hero is just as popular the villain. We’ve taken it upon ourselves to take a look at ten scoundrels who have yet to make it to the big screen – and who we think we most likely ought to.
Now, why hasn’t this happened? Viewers thoroughly acknowledge villains who are aliens for Superman. That’s fundamental because Superman is an alien too. The Skull ship would be a magnificent visual, especially if it included bottled interior cities.
The character has been delineated during animation and in the intermittent computer game. Also, he happened to be the huge baddie of Convergence. It would take a twelfth level mind to make sense of how we’re going on six Superman movies without the Colu’s conqueror.
The third Thor movie, which we now know is Thor: Ragnarok, will need to move higher on the danger level. Once you’ve had the Frost Giants, the Destroyer, Loki and Malekith the Accursed, where can you expect to go? Even greater. Surtur, expert of the Twilight Sword, Bane of Odin, would be a swell adversary. Indeed, the climax of the Walt Simonson story including Surtur highlights Odin, Thor and Loki battling, implying that you have enthusiastic continuity from the actions of the first and second movie.