A genius billionaire philanthropist and richest person in the Marvel Universe
A genius billionaire before training for 5 years; greatest detective in the DC Universe
A reporter from The Daily Planet; his original home is in Kansas/Krypton
An 18-yr old in the 1940's; is the leader of the Avengers
A high schooler from Queens; one of the most athletic people in the Marvel Universe
The Scarlet Speedster and one of the fastest men alive
A soldier enhanced by the Weapon X program which laced him with Adamantium claws and skeleton; his name is Logan
A normal person in Coast City until he joins a corp that makes him green
A scientist who saved someone exposed to gamma radiation with some bad side effects
An ordinary person with the power of Greeks gods like Zeus, Apollo, and Achilles
Son of Odin, the Norse God Allfather, with the power to hurl lightning; god of thunder
A billionaire cast ashore an island and became profound at archery; the emerald archer
An orphan who has the special ability inside him to be an expert marksman/archer; aka Clint Barton
A billionaire obsessed with finding the way to make atoms move apart and therefore, shrink
A billionaire obsessed with finding the way to make atoms move apart and therefore, shrink
Two men who merged with each other to fly using fire
A genius billionaire who is the protector of the African nation of Wakanda
The Clown Prince of Crime who just wants to see everyone smile
A mad titan obsessed with finding the Infinity Gauntlet and a major Avengers villain; the purple gorilla
A kryptonian experiment gone wrong; the ultimate villain for Superman
Brother of Odinson, and the Norse god of Mischief
An AI robot created by Tony Stark and Bruce Banner; one of The Avengers worst villains
A former District Attorney in Gotham city turned villain; uses a coin to decide what he does
A mutant with the power to manipulate iron; a iconic X-Men villain
The complete opposite of The Scarlet Speedster; a time traveler from another timeline
A former billionaire and founder of OsCorp turned villain; Spider-Man's arch nemesis, aka Norman Osborn
A villain obsessed with speed who murdered 2 of his time remnants in order to fool Team Flash; his real name is Hunter Zolomon from Earth-2

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