Masters of Evil
Maxwell Dillon was a lineman for the New York Electirc Company. One day he gained super powers when he was struck by lightning while in contact with power lines still connected to their spool. The unusually configured magnetic field generated by the wound …
Dr. Henry “Hank” Pym is quite possibly the smartest man in the world, though his battles with anxiety and self-esteem have kept him in the shadow of Tony Stark and Reed Richards. His discovery of the Pym Particle, which causes matter to grow or shrink …
The stepbrother of Charles Xavier (later Professor X, leader of the X-Men), Cain Marko was a run-of-the-mill bully until he discovered a large gem after deserting the Army in Korea. The gem turned him into the Juggernaut, a physically superhuman colossus …
Emil Blonsky, spy for Eastern bloc interests, discovered gamma-ray equipment that [[:hulk-1 | Bruce Banner]] was going to use to kill himself. Instead Blonsky used the equipment to become the Abomination, a green-skinned monstrosity nearly as powerful at …
Norbert Ebersol is an intuitive genius turned supervillain. He specializes at creating deadly weapons, electronics, and mechanical devices, and often works in the employ of criminal cartels like [[Advanced Idea Mechanics | A.I.M.]]
Fixer has most …
Karla Sofen, AKA Moonstone gained her powers from an alien gem which she absorbed after stealing it from Doctor Henry Pym. Learning about the stone via psychological manipulation of the original Moonstone, Lloyd Bloch, Sofen allied with A.I.M. and the …
A retired electrical engineer who inadvertantly contacted a rogue group of aliens through his ham radio hobby. They altered his genetic makeup, allowing him to explode his body's molecules and reassemble them at will.
Imprisoned in [[The Cube | The …
The Titanium Man armor was created by Russian scientists to rival the abilities of [[:iron-man-1 | Tony Stark's]] armored suits. The armor is currently worn by Boris Bullski, an ex-KGB agent with a grudge against Stark.
An extraordinarily gifted technician at one of Stark Industries' many regional laboratories, Mark Scarlotti felt unappreciated and underpaid. Working for the Maggia and Justin Hammer, Scarlotti created powerful superweapons and evolved his own villainous …
Kidnapped by [[Advanced Idea Mechanics | A.I.M.]] and placed under the influence of The [[:conroller | Controller]], Pepper Potts was forced to adopt the costumed identity of The Crimson Cowl and lead a team of supervillains, The Masters of Evil, against …
Satana is the half-succubus daughter of the demon Marduk Kurios. She uses her many supernatural powers to feed on the souls of mortals.
Satana was recruited to join the Crimson Cowl's Masters of Evil, intended to serve as a foil for Doctor Strange. …
David Cannon was born a mutant with the ability to move his body at great speeds. As a child, he learned that he never became dizzy, and could make himself nearly untouchable by spinning in a tight circle like a top. He used his natural abilities first as …
Paul Pierre Duval went from a young chemist to an entity of stone after an unknown organic compound transformed him. He also developed the ability to turn whatever he touched to stone, leading to a profitable life of crime.
An escapee from [[The Big …
Simon Williams was the president and CIO of Williams Industries, a failing tech company competing with Stark Solutions. The company specialized in Ionic Energy generation, but continually failed to produce a workable prototype for mass use. Facing Chapter …