Marvel Cinematic Universe recently announced all its upcoming shows and series for phase 5. The announcement occurred during the San Diego Comic-Con 2022, and the fans were extremely hyped with everything that was revealed. One such revelation included the movie Thunderbolts, which would conclude phase 5. Thunderbolts is set to hit the theatres on July 26th, 2024, and with its screening in the summers, it will officially end Marvel Studio’s phase 5. According to the comics by Marvel, Thunderbolts revolve around a fictional antihero team. This team consists of many supervillains that are extremely powerful and tough to beat. It first made an appearance in The Incredible Hulk.
The storyline is crisp and different as these supervillains eventually turn out to be heroes to help save the world. This different concept of villains turning into heroes was once done by Suicide Squad, which is a super hit movie. They are often called the masters of evil in disguise, and it’s tough to differentiate them between being good and bad. Keep reading to know the major members of Thunderbolts, so you’re all brushed up with your facts before the movie comes out.
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Top Members Of The Thunderbolts
5. Helmut Zemo
Helmut Zemo can be seen in Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War and the Disney Plus series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. He has been ranked as the 40th greatest comic book villain. He was initially an engineer who turned into something else of rage and revenge for his father.
4. Erik Josten
He is known by many names, including Power Man, Atlas, and Smuggler. He has become known as a prominent member of the Thunderbolts and The Masters Of The Evils.
supervillain and a member of the Thunderbolts and Young Allies. When Onslaught attacked New York and killed her parents, she was just a young girl. This led to her abduction, where she was experimented on, which made her possess strong powers. These powers included heightened strength, speed, and agility.
Man-Killer is a sassy supervillain, and critics have often described her as a “caricature of feminists, who despised all men.” The character has appeared in Daredevil, Iron Man, and Marvel Team-Up Vol. 1, where she died. She appeared years later on the Spiderman Web. She was a militant feminist and an Olympic skier. After engaging in an anti-women argument with Karl Lubbings, she lost her identity and became Man-Killer.
1. Hawkeye (Clint Barton)
This character first appeared as a supervillain in Tales of Suspense and later joined the Avengers to fight to save the world. His transformation from being a deadly supervillain to a beloved superhero was greatly appreciated. Since then, he has been a prominent member of the several Avengers team. He may not be an official member, but he holds the same importance. He was also the founder of West Coast Avengers and briefly married the fictional character Mockingbird. Hawkeye was ranked 44 on the top 100 Comic Book Heroes list.