Marvel Cinematic Universe fans recently took to Reddit to discuss which villains they think were treated badly and who deserve a second chance in the spotlight.
The discussion stretched over 1500 comments with a large selection of characters quoted, and what more could one have done with them in the universe.
One of the most common calls was that Ultron should get a new ride, after its mostly forgettable “age” in Avengers: Age of Ultron, which was essentially just a weekend bender that went very wrong.
As for how Ultron could return, eagle-eyed viewers noticed that an Ultron bot helmet can be seen in the Damage Control lock shown in Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Several mentions came the way of Ultron, where / u / CaptainBananaFish pointed to three more villains in Darren Cross from Ant man, Kaecilius fra Doctor Strange, and even Hela from Thor: Ragnarök. It is rumored that Darren Cross looks set to return in the near future Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania Potentially as a version of MODOK
Fans then discussed the logistics of Asgardians who died when it came to Hela and how accurate she would be now. With the multiverse being torn up, there may be nothing stopping her from returning.
Fans also seem keen that the Danish actor Mads Mikkelsen returns, even though it is not with Kaecilius from Doctor Strange.
Black Panther‘s two villains from the title film also received praise, and Andy Serkis’ portrayal of Klaue proved to be very popular.
With Mordo on his way in Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness, it is possible that he may become the next Loki-like character. Doctor Strange has a good rogue gallery in the comics, and Mordo could represent a long-term arc for the Sorcerer Supreme.
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