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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowcat View Post
    Carol has Minerva, Yon Rogg, Doomsday Man, Titannus, the Brood, Deathbird, the Supreme Intelligence, Mystique and Rogue. She definitely needs a writer to develop her some villains with staying power. Or do what Miller did, take an established character who has a very full and developed list of villains, and bring them into her orbit. Maelstrom could use some fleshing out. Maybe create some avatars of universal concepts. Just flesh them out. Make them fully realized characters, thatíll want other creators to use them.
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    I would argue the Fantastic Four. Even as the team grew in power, their villains sans Doom and maybe the Wizard didn’t get the memo.

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    In terms of sheer numbers, I'd say the Black Panther. In terms of development, I'd say Iron Man.

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    Iron Man. I mean I struggle to name many villains that actually originate with him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Top Hat View Post
    Iron Man. I mean I struggle to name many villains that actually originate with him.
    I think you mean the Hulk since he (and Spider-Man) typically steal other charactersís rogues.

    Absorbing Man, the Wrecking Crew, and Mr. Hyde were all Thor villains before he took them. Radiation Man was an Iron Man villain.

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    Didn't Thanos originate in Iron Man?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelC View Post
    Didn't Thanos originate in Iron Man?
    Yeah, it was on Iron Man (1968) #55

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelC View Post
    Didn't Thanos originate in Iron Man?
    Yeah, Tony’s never getting him back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelC View Post
    Didn't Thanos originate in Iron Man?
    In a weird roundabout way, Avengers Infinity War and Endgame kind of brought the Thanos and Stark rivalry back.

    Even though he is more an Avengers/FF enemy, I always thought Kang made a good rogue for Iron Man. The self proclaimed futurist vs a literal man from the future. (He also turned Iron Man evil during "the Crossing" and a young version of Kang took inspiration from Tony as part of the Young Avengers.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vegeta View Post
    In a weird roundabout way, Avengers Infinity War and Endgame kind of brought the Thanos and Stark rivalry back.

    Even though he is more an Avengers/FF enemy, I always thought Kang made a good rogue for Iron Man. The self proclaimed futurist vs a literal man from the future. (He also turned Iron Man evil during "the Crossing" and a young version of Kang took inspiration from Tony as part of the Young Avengers.)
    Very well said. Couldnít agree more. About Thanos and Kang. The Futurist vs. The Man from The Future. They already have such history. Iíd love for Tony to go against Kang more often.
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