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Top 10 Marvel Comics Villains

Updated on March 25, 2011

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 The following is a list of the Top Villains for Marvel Comics. With each selections is a short bio, picture, and video clip. Leave some feedback and share your Top 10 list.

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#10 - The Abomination

 The Abomination first appears in Tales to Astonish #90 (April 1967). The Abomination was formerly known as Emil Blonsky a KGB agent. Emil exposed himself to gamma rays just like Bruce Banner. The Abomination is an archenemy of the Hulk.

#9 - Sabretooth

Sabretooth first appears in Iron Fist #14 (August 1977). He was also a participant in the Weapon X program just like Wolverine. Sabretooth is a vicious assassin who enjoys killing anyone in his way.

#8 - Kingpin

 KIngpin, aka Wilson Fisk, first appeared in the Amazing Spider Man #50 (July 1967).Fisk became a notorious leader of the New York criminal underground. But he also became adversary to Daredevil and Spider Man.  

#7 - Red Skull

 Red Skull first appeared in Captain America Comics #1 (1941). Red Had three incarnations but the most popular was Johan Shmidt, the right hand man for Adolf Hitler. All incarnations were enemies of Captain America.

#6 - Venom

 Venom first appeared in the Amazing Spider Man #252 (May 1984). An alien symbiote life form that typically needs a human for a host. Venom is one of SPider Man's greatest enemies.

#5 - Green Goblin

 The Green Goblin first appeared in The Amazing Spider Man #14 (July 1964). Norman Osborne went insane after experimenting with a serum that increased his physical and mental abilities. He became obsessed with defeating Spider Man.

#4 - Apocalypse

Apocalypse first appeared in X-Factor vol. 1, #5 (June, 1986). He was the first mutant born over 5,000 yearas ago. His real name is En Sbah Nur, he was born in Egypt, and he is immortal.

#3 - Magneto

 Magneto first appeared in X-Men #1 (September 1963). A powerful mutant that can generate and control electromagnetic forces. He is the most prominent enemy of the X-Men.

#2 - Dr. Doom

Dr. Doom first appeared in the Fantastic Four #5 (July 1962). Victor Von Doom's face was disfigured in a blown experiment. He blames Reed Richards and sets out to destroy the Fantastic Four and conquer the world.

#1 - Galactus

 Galactus first appears in Fantastic Four #48 (March 1968). Galactus is described as the most powerful living entity in the cosmos. He can devour entire planets.


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