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Moon Knight: 10 Other Marvel Characters Who Deserve A Character Study

The X-Men’s arrival at the MCU is still far away, or so it seems. However, that gives time for the MCU to refine their approach to Marvel’s most iconic team, especially considering these are some of the most intriguing characters in comic books. The X-Men titles also featured several thought-provoking themes, meaning their characters are among the most haunted in the Marvel canon.

Wolverine, in particular, goes through hell and back. He’s been experimented on, lied to, taken advantage of, and manipulated for most of his life. Wolverine carries severe trauma, and it’s about time a live-action adaptation focuses on the consequences that his past left on his psyche.

9 Storm

A fan favorite and one of the X-Men’s most powerful members, Storm is a crucial member of the Marvel universe, and her arrival to the MCU is long overdue. Her powers translate amazingly into the big screen, and while previous portrayals did her justice, there’s still room to explore some of the most complex sides of the character.

Storm’s violent claustrophobia — provoked by spending hours buried under a pile of rubble following a terrorist attack that resulted in her parents’ death –, her childhood as a street thief, and her stay at a Serengeti village where the locals worshiped her as a goddess would make for a compelling and visceral story. Fans have several ideas of who could play Storm in the MCU, but the important thing is that she receives the attention she deserves.

8 Legion

Legion is one of the most intriguing mutants in the Marvel universe. Like Marc Spector, Legion suffers from a very particular form of dissociative identity disorder, resulting from witnessing his stepfather’s murder as a boy and absorbing the mind of Jemail Karami, the terrorist leader responsible for the attack.

The excellent yet underrated television show Legion did a wonderful job delving into Legion’s personalities. With Marvel resurrecting some of the previous MCU-adjacent shows, Legion has a chance to come back and continue its exploration of David’s condition and abilities, which would be ideal because Dan Stevens was incredible in the role.

7 Misty Knight

Misty Knight remains an underrated character in the mainstream, a pity, considering how interesting and compelling her story is. Knight is a former NYPD cop who loses her arm following a bomb attack. Partnering with her best friend, Colleen Wing, she forms a private detective agency after receiving a prosthetic arm from Tony Stark.

Knight is a wonderful character; her background as a cop would make for a thematically-rich series, as would her role as a vigilante in a world of superheroes. Knight and Wing are also one of the best friendships in Marvel comics; considering how prominent female heroes are becoming in the MCU, now’s the perfect time to introduce Knight.

6 Anya Corazon

Initially receiving her spider-related abilities from a magic ritual, Anya Corazon, AKA Araña, eventually relinquishes her powers but remains committed to being a hero. She plays an important role during the Civil War and the Grim Hunt storylines; she becomes the new Spider-Girl during the latter.

Anya’s story is so intriguing because it could deal with the trauma of a superhero losing her powers while still wanting to help. Her background — Anya’s father is Puerto Rican, and her mother is Mexican — would also provide some much-needed Latina representation for the MCU.

5 The Thing

Marvel’s First Family might seem all fun and games, but the reality is much crueler. The best Fantastic Four comic book storylines often showcase how hard it is for the group to be public celebrities and dutiful heroes while trying to work as a makeshift family. Each member has their struggles, but none has a harder time than Ben Grimm.

Ben’s life is full of tragedies; things worsen after the accident transforms his skin into rock. Still, he finds a way to fulfill his duties, gaining a reputation for being one of Marvel’s most reliable figures. The mental and physical toll is considerable, though, and would make a great source for a compelling character study.

4 Magik

The X-Men has some of the most interesting characters in Marvel, and Magik is the perfect example. Ilyana Rasputina, Colossus’ younger sister, gets abducted and taken to Limbo by the sorcerer Belasco, where she spends years being trained in magic and suffering intense mistreatment from Belasco’s underling, S’ym. Magik eventually becomes the Darkchilde, the ruler of Limbo, during the events of the iconic Inferno event.

Magik holds immense power and severe scars from her time trapped in Limbo. She resents her role as ruler of Limbo — which renders her cruel and manipulative — and often tries desperately to regain her soul. Ilyana is in constant conflict with herself, a struggle that would make for a perfect miniseries should the MCU decide to introduce her.

3 Professor Xavier

Professor X is the ultimate mutant. The de-facto leader of the X-Men plays a prominent role in the larger Marvel universe, often acting as a leader of opinion whose wisdom is beyond question. Professor X is a mentor and father figure for his X-Men, but that doesn’t mean he’s necessarily “good” in the strictest terms.

Indeed, the Professor is much more cunning than anyone thinks. Selfish, somewhat vain, and prideful, the Professor is capable of great cruelty under the right circumstances. He works hard to keep his ruthlessness in check, in stark contrast to his best friend and mortal enemy, Magneto. Although most of Professor X’s portrayals focus on his caring side, fans would greatly appreciate a character study that explored the morally grey areas of his psyche.

2 Magneto

If Professor X works hard to control his impulses, Magneto works harder to set his loose. The comic books traditionally portray Erik Lensherr as a Holocaust survivor who, having experienced human cruelty firsthand, vows never to fall prey to it again.

Erik is determined to build a better world for mutants, even if that means tearing down the old one. Although he usually takes on a villainous role in the story, Magneto is a hero to many mutants. He is resourceful and practical, having spent most of his life driven by grief and revenge. Magneto is arguably Marvel’s most complex character, and the MCU better dedicate the necessary time to properly develop his character.

1 Doctor Doom

Doom is perhaps Marvel’s greatest villain. Often acting as the archenemy of the Fantastic Four, Doom is a leading figure in the Marvel Universe. Powerful, determined, and anarchic, Doom is the determination embodied; he represents certainty, something that makes him stand out in Marvel’s ever-chaotic universe.

However, Doom isn’t “evil” in the traditional way. He’s capable of loving and being loved by others; he’s personable despite his stoicism. He is a born leader, capable of convincing millions that they’re better off in a dictatorship than a democracy. Doom is a splendid character, and he deserves an intricate and detailed story that lives up to his now .iconic characterization.


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Moon Knight: 10 Other Marvel Characters Who Deserve A Character Study

The X-Men’s arrival at the MCU is still far away, or so it seems. However, that gives time for the MCU to refine their approach to Marvel’s most iconic team, especially considering these are some of the most intriguing characters in comic books. The X-Men titles also featured several thought-provoking themes, meaning their characters are among the most haunted in the Marvel canon.
Wolverine, in particular, goes through hell and back. He’s been experimented on, lied to, taken advantage of, and manipulated for most of his life. Wolverine carries severe trauma, and it’s about time a live-action adaptation focuses on the consequences that his past left on his psyche.

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9 Storm

A fan favorite and one of the X-Men’s most powerful members, Storm is a crucial member of the Marvel universe, and her arrival to the MCU is long overdue. Her powers translate amazingly into the big screen, and while previous portrayals did her justice, there’s still room to explore some of the most complex sides of the character.
Storm’s violent claustrophobia — provoked by spending hours buried under a pile of rubble following a terrorist attack that resulted in her parents’ death –, her childhood as a street thief, and her stay at a Serengeti village where the locals worshiped her as a goddess would make for a compelling and visceral story. Fans have several ideas of who could play Storm in the MCU, but the important thing is that she receives the attention she deserves.
8 Legion

Legion is one of the most intriguing mutants in the Marvel universe. Like Marc Spector, Legion suffers from a very particular form of dissociative identity disorder, resulting from witnessing his stepfather’s murder as a boy and absorbing the mind of Jemail Karami, the terrorist leader responsible for the attack.
The excellent yet underrated television show Legion did a wonderful job delving into Legion’s personalities. With Marvel resurrecting some of the previous MCU-adjacent shows, Legion has a chance to come back and continue its exploration of David’s condition and abilities, which would be ideal because Dan Stevens was incredible in the role.

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7 Misty Knight

Misty Knight remains an underrated character in the mainstream, a pity, considering how interesting and compelling her story is. Knight is a former NYPD cop who loses her arm following a bomb attack. Partnering with her best friend, Colleen Wing, she forms a private detective agency after receiving a prosthetic arm from Tony Stark.
Knight is a wonderful character; her background as a cop would make for a thematically-rich series, as would her role as a vigilante in a world of superheroes. Knight and Wing are also one of the best friendships in Marvel comics; considering how prominent female heroes are becoming in the MCU, now’s the perfect time to introduce Knight.
6 Anya Corazon

Initially receiving her spider-related abilities from a magic ritual, Anya Corazon, AKA Araña, eventually relinquishes her powers but remains committed to being a hero. She plays an important role during the Civil War and the Grim Hunt storylines; she becomes the new Spider-Girl during the latter.
Anya’s story is so intriguing because it could deal with the trauma of a superhero losing her powers while still wanting to help. Her background — Anya’s father is Puerto Rican, and her mother is Mexican — would also provide some much-needed Latina representation for the MCU.

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5 The Thing

Marvel’s First Family might seem all fun and games, but the reality is much crueler. The best Fantastic Four comic book storylines often showcase how hard it is for the group to be public celebrities and dutiful heroes while trying to work as a makeshift family. Each member has their struggles, but none has a harder time than Ben Grimm.
Ben’s life is full of tragedies; things worsen after the accident transforms his skin into rock. Still, he finds a way to fulfill his duties, gaining a reputation for being one of Marvel’s most reliable figures. The mental and physical toll is considerable, though, and would make a great source for a compelling character study.
4 Magik

The X-Men has some of the most interesting characters in Marvel, and Magik is the perfect example. Ilyana Rasputina, Colossus’ younger sister, gets abducted and taken to Limbo by the sorcerer Belasco, where she spends years being trained in magic and suffering intense mistreatment from Belasco’s underling, S’ym. Magik eventually becomes the Darkchilde, the ruler of Limbo, during the events of the iconic Inferno event.
Magik holds immense power and severe scars from her time trapped in Limbo. She resents her role as ruler of Limbo — which renders her cruel and manipulative — and often tries desperately to regain her soul. Ilyana is in constant conflict with herself, a struggle that would make for a perfect miniseries should the MCU decide to introduce her.

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3 Professor Xavier

Professor X is the ultimate mutant. The de-facto leader of the X-Men plays a prominent role in the larger Marvel universe, often acting as a leader of opinion whose wisdom is beyond question. Professor X is a mentor and father figure for his X-Men, but that doesn’t mean he’s necessarily “good” in the strictest terms.
Indeed, the Professor is much more cunning than anyone thinks. Selfish, somewhat vain, and prideful, the Professor is capable of great cruelty under the right circumstances. He works hard to keep his ruthlessness in check, in stark contrast to his best friend and mortal enemy, Magneto. Although most of Professor X’s portrayals focus on his caring side, fans would greatly appreciate a character study that explored the morally grey areas of his psyche.
2 Magneto

If Professor X works hard to control his impulses, Magneto works harder to set his loose. The comic books traditionally portray Erik Lensherr as a Holocaust survivor who, having experienced human cruelty firsthand, vows never to fall prey to it again.
Erik is determined to build a better world for mutants, even if that means tearing down the old one. Although he usually takes on a villainous role in the story, Magneto is a hero to many mutants. He is resourceful and practical, having spent most of his life driven by grief and revenge. Magneto is arguably Marvel’s most complex character, and the MCU better dedicate the necessary time to properly develop his character.

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1 Doctor Doom

Doom is perhaps Marvel’s greatest villain. Often acting as the archenemy of the Fantastic Four, Doom is a leading figure in the Marvel Universe. Powerful, determined, and anarchic, Doom is the determination embodied; he represents certainty, something that makes him stand out in Marvel’s ever-chaotic universe.
However, Doom isn’t “evil” in the traditional way. He’s capable of loving and being loved by others; he’s personable despite his stoicism. He is a born leader, capable of convincing millions that they’re better off in a dictatorship than a democracy. Doom is a splendid character, and he deserves an intricate and detailed story that lives up to his now .iconic characterization.
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Moon Knight: 10 Other Marvel Characters Who Deserve A Character Study

The X-Men’s arrival at the MCU is still far away, or so it seems. However, that gives time for the MCU to refine their approach to Marvel’s most iconic team, especially considering these are some of the most intriguing characters in comic books. The X-Men titles also featured several thought-provoking themes, meaning their characters are among the most haunted in the Marvel canon.
Wolverine, in particular, goes through hell and back. He’s been experimented on, lied to, taken advantage of, and manipulated for most of his life. Wolverine carries severe trauma, and it’s about time a live-action adaptation focuses on the consequences that his past left on his psyche.

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9 Storm

A fan favorite and one of the X-Men’s most powerful members, Storm is a crucial member of the Marvel universe, and her arrival to the MCU is long overdue. Her powers translate amazingly into the big screen, and while previous portrayals did her justice, there’s still room to explore some of the most complex sides of the character.
Storm’s violent claustrophobia — provoked by spending hours buried under a pile of rubble following a terrorist attack that resulted in her parents’ death –, her childhood as a street thief, and her stay at a Serengeti village where the locals worshiped her as a goddess would make for a compelling and visceral story. Fans have several ideas of who could play Storm in the MCU, but the important thing is that she receives the attention she deserves.
8 Legion

Legion is one of the most intriguing mutants in the Marvel universe. Like Marc Spector, Legion suffers from a very particular form of dissociative identity disorder, resulting from witnessing his stepfather’s murder as a boy and absorbing the mind of Jemail Karami, the terrorist leader responsible for the attack.
The excellent yet underrated television show Legion did a wonderful job delving into Legion’s personalities. With Marvel resurrecting some of the previous MCU-adjacent shows, Legion has a chance to come back and continue its exploration of David’s condition and abilities, which would be ideal because Dan Stevens was incredible in the role.

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7 Misty Knight

Misty Knight remains an underrated character in the mainstream, a pity, considering how interesting and compelling her story is. Knight is a former NYPD cop who loses her arm following a bomb attack. Partnering with her best friend, Colleen Wing, she forms a private detective agency after receiving a prosthetic arm from Tony Stark.
Knight is a wonderful character; her background as a cop would make for a thematically-rich series, as would her role as a vigilante in a world of superheroes. Knight and Wing are also one of the best friendships in Marvel comics; considering how prominent female heroes are becoming in the MCU, now’s the perfect time to introduce Knight.
6 Anya Corazon

Initially receiving her spider-related abilities from a magic ritual, Anya Corazon, AKA Araña, eventually relinquishes her powers but remains committed to being a hero. She plays an important role during the Civil War and the Grim Hunt storylines; she becomes the new Spider-Girl during the latter.
Anya’s story is so intriguing because it could deal with the trauma of a superhero losing her powers while still wanting to help. Her background — Anya’s father is Puerto Rican, and her mother is Mexican — would also provide some much-needed Latina representation for the MCU.

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5 The Thing

Marvel’s First Family might seem all fun and games, but the reality is much crueler. The best Fantastic Four comic book storylines often showcase how hard it is for the group to be public celebrities and dutiful heroes while trying to work as a makeshift family. Each member has their struggles, but none has a harder time than Ben Grimm.
Ben’s life is full of tragedies; things worsen after the accident transforms his skin into rock. Still, he finds a way to fulfill his duties, gaining a reputation for being one of Marvel’s most reliable figures. The mental and physical toll is considerable, though, and would make a great source for a compelling character study.
4 Magik

The X-Men has some of the most interesting characters in Marvel, and Magik is the perfect example. Ilyana Rasputina, Colossus’ younger sister, gets abducted and taken to Limbo by the sorcerer Belasco, where she spends years being trained in magic and suffering intense mistreatment from Belasco’s underling, S’ym. Magik eventually becomes the Darkchilde, the ruler of Limbo, during the events of the iconic Inferno event.
Magik holds immense power and severe scars from her time trapped in Limbo. She resents her role as ruler of Limbo — which renders her cruel and manipulative — and often tries desperately to regain her soul. Ilyana is in constant conflict with herself, a struggle that would make for a perfect miniseries should the MCU decide to introduce her.

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3 Professor Xavier

Professor X is the ultimate mutant. The de-facto leader of the X-Men plays a prominent role in the larger Marvel universe, often acting as a leader of opinion whose wisdom is beyond question. Professor X is a mentor and father figure for his X-Men, but that doesn’t mean he’s necessarily “good” in the strictest terms.
Indeed, the Professor is much more cunning than anyone thinks. Selfish, somewhat vain, and prideful, the Professor is capable of great cruelty under the right circumstances. He works hard to keep his ruthlessness in check, in stark contrast to his best friend and mortal enemy, Magneto. Although most of Professor X’s portrayals focus on his caring side, fans would greatly appreciate a character study that explored the morally grey areas of his psyche.
2 Magneto

If Professor X works hard to control his impulses, Magneto works harder to set his loose. The comic books traditionally portray Erik Lensherr as a Holocaust survivor who, having experienced human cruelty firsthand, vows never to fall prey to it again.
Erik is determined to build a better world for mutants, even if that means tearing down the old one. Although he usually takes on a villainous role in the story, Magneto is a hero to many mutants. He is resourceful and practical, having spent most of his life driven by grief and revenge. Magneto is arguably Marvel’s most complex character, and the MCU better dedicate the necessary time to properly develop his character.

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1 Doctor Doom

Doom is perhaps Marvel’s greatest villain. Often acting as the archenemy of the Fantastic Four, Doom is a leading figure in the Marvel Universe. Powerful, determined, and anarchic, Doom is the determination embodied; he represents certainty, something that makes him stand out in Marvel’s ever-chaotic universe.
However, Doom isn’t “evil” in the traditional way. He’s capable of loving and being loved by others; he’s personable despite his stoicism. He is a born leader, capable of convincing millions that they’re better off in a dictatorship than a democracy. Doom is a splendid character, and he deserves an intricate and detailed story that lives up to his now .iconic characterization.
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