14 Times MCU Superheroes Are Acting Like Baddies
As a result, it left the harmful and detrimental consequences as baddies did them. For instance, the time when Iron Man tried to kill The Winter Soldier despite knowing he was brainwashed or Yelena Belova buried a prison full of people in an avalanche. Below are the 14 times MCU superheroes are assumed as baddies.
1. Thor Tried To Go Against The Frost Giants
Source: Marvel StudioThor, despite his age of 1,500 years, exhibits the demeanor of a brash young lad at his first appearance. He decides to travel to Jotunheim to exterminate the Frost Giants, feeling entitled as the heir to the kingdom. Thor is unconcerned about the fact that Odin has spent eons negotiating an uncomfortable alliance with the Frost Giants, which will disintegrate in a matter of minutes if Thor goes through with his plan.
2. Scarlet Witch Controls Westview And Denies Undoing It
Source: Marvel StudioThe locals are depicted yearning to be free of the curse, but Scarlet Witch is too content with her fictitious existence to do so. Outside forces eventually compel her to break the bind. Scarlet Witch would have kept the hex on permanently and imprisoned the captives as hostages if others hadn't interfered.
And in the latest Marvel movie, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, she has selfishly used the Darkhold to do the cruelest thing. It is pretty hard for us to spoil, you better enjoy the movie!!!!
3. Everyone Utilizes The Hulk But NO Care About The Toll On Him
Source: Marvel StudioUntil Thor: Ragnarok establishes that the Hulk is a completely distinct person, the Hulk is thought to be Bruce Banner's unrestrained wrath. The Avengers are aware of this and have taken advantage of the Hulk's abilities on several occasions, yet they are entirely uncaring of his sentiments. Hulk confesses that he wants to live on his own and not be used as a tool, which goes unnoticed by the others because he's constantly utilized to combat foes, only to be transformed into Banner after his usefulness has expired.
4. Star-Lord Assaulted Thanos
Source: Marvel StudioThe heroes only need a few more seconds to rip Thanos' Gauntlet from his grip and save the cosmos.
Star-Lord, on the other hand, is unconcerned about the implications and strikes Thanos, causing Mantis to lose her grip and Thanos to recover consciousness. Thanos then quits holding back and begins to defeat every single hero who stands in his way. Thanos eventually completes the Snap and wipes off half of all existence, but only because Star-Lord was selfish at the time Thanos was defeated.
5. Tony Created Ultron Behind The Avengers' Back
Source: Marvel StudioDespite Bruce Banner's warnings and the fact that he has no understanding of how to use the scepter's power, Tony attempts to construct Ultron. He succeeds, only for Ultron to reveal himself as a megalomaniacal AI who believes humans are to blame for Earth's problems and attempts to wipe out the entire world. Tony doesn't even seem to regret his acts throughout the film, claiming that he was justified in doing so. However, in Captain America: Civil War, he concedes that Ultron was his responsibility, as he understands that the AI's annihilation was caused by his actions.
6. Thor Tried To Ditch Bruce On Sakaar
Source: Marvel StudioThor meets the Hulk on Sakaar in Thor: Ragnarok and discovers that the Hulk has totally taken over Bruce Banner's psyche. Instead of assisting his friend, Thor attempts to manipulate the Hulk by persuading him to accompany him to Asgard and fight against his sister.
7. Tony Stark Forces A Teenager To Fight The Avengers
Source: Marvel StudioPeter Parker has his debut appearance in the MCU in Captain America: Civil War, where he only appears because Tony Stark requires a superhero that Captain America would not expect. He deduces Spider-identity Man's and goes to Peter's house, practically blackmailing the boy into accompanying him to Germany to fight Captain America's Avengers side.
8. Iron Man Attempted To Kill The Winter Soldier Despite Knowing He Was Brainwashed
Source: Marvel StudioTony is well aware of the fact that The Winder Soldier was brainwashed, yet he chooses to beat up Captain America as well, even acknowledging that the latter is correct, but he doesn't care because he still wants to finish off the Winter Soldier because he's angry. Bucky is fully innocent and openly regrets his actions after the brainwashing, but Tony almost kills him and Captain America nevertheless and would have done so if they hadn't stopped him.
9. Tony Stark Requires Vision To Keep Scarlet Witch Under Detainment
Source: Marvel StudioWhen Tony seeks to curry favor with the government in order to keep the Avengers from being labeled as criminals, he has good intentions. This isn't to say he doesn't use dubious methods to ensure people follow his orders. Scarlet Witch discovers she's effectively confined at the Avengers Compound, since Vision appears to be there on Tony's instructions to keep her from leaving.
10. Yelena Belova Squashes A Prison Full Of People
Source: Marvel StudioYelena Belova takes a break from flying the escape chopper in Black Widow to fire a rocket at a marksman attempting to take down her ride. To be honest, it's a potentially life-saving measure. However, given that the facility she's hovering above is bordered on all sides by steep, snow-covered mountains, it's at the very least careless.
11. Nick Fury Didn't Call Captain Marvel In The First Two 'Avengers,' Resulting In Thousands Of Lives
Source: Marvel StudioThousands of people perish at the hands of Loki and Ultron in The Avengers and Avengers: Age of Ultron, respectively. In Captain Marvel, a prologue to these films, it is revealed that Nick Fury was acquainted with the eponymous figure, who is so powerful that she can easily defeat Thanos, implying that Loki and Ultron would have been child's play for her.
12. Loki Thieves The Tesseract, Directing To The Destruction Of The Asgardians
Source: Marvel StudioBy the end of Thor: Ragnarok, Loki has accepted Thor as king of Asgard and has stopped attempting to seize his power. Unfortunately, he can't overcome his trickster attitude, and Loki takes the Tesseract just as Asgard is about to blow up. Loki hides this truth from Thor and the others for several months as they travel across space, which turns catastrophic as Thanos hunts down the Asgardians.
13. Captain America Caused The Civil War Due To His Obstination
Source: Marvel StudioCaptain America refuses to obey the Sokovia Accords and even includes Ant-Man and Hawkeye in his rebel group. In the end, his entire crew becomes fugitives, while Hawkeye and Ant-Man are forced to serve years of house arrest. Furthermore, the Avengers are entirely broken, leaving Earth vulnerable to Thanos.
14. Yondu, Groot, And Rocket Killed Hundreds Of Men And Made Fun Of It
Source: Marvel StudioEven though the traitors deserved it, Yondu goes to great lengths to make them suffer, using his arrow to puncture all of these men's hearts at the same time. As a result, he wipes off hundreds of lives in one fell swoop, while Yondu, Groot, and Rocket stroll around the ship, filled with the screams of the targets. To add to their heinous character, the three even laugh about it as they murder additional men as if it were a sport while enjoying the music playing in the backdrop of this mass murder.