We all know that I can talk about Scarlet Witch all day, everyday. I will never stop writing articles about how badass she is because people who refute me don’t actually read comic books, or know how to read at all who knows, so here is an even more in depth look at the growth of Scarlet Witch’s powers. The powers of the Scarlet Witch are often overlooked (or dismissed because she didn’t get what comic book nerds would consider overpowered until House of M), the reality is that she was always truly powerful her powers just weren’t clearly defined until closer to the 1980s.
There is no arguing that Marvel is one of the biggest comic book publishers in the world. They are a powerhouse when it comes to telling extraordinary tales of heroes and villains. These stories are full of wondrous things that are the stuff dreams are made of, and the content can range from the ridiculous to what can only be considered somewhat insane. But of all the crazy things Marvel has put into their infamous tales, nothing compares to what has happened outside of the comics. Of all the things fans should know about the publishing powerhouse, here are ten facts most don't know about Marvel Comics that are complete bonkers.
Iron Fist (Danny Rand) is a fictional superhero in American comic books which Marvel Comics publishes. Designed by Roy Thomas and Gil Kane, Iron Fist first featured in Marvel Premiere # 15 the character is an specialist of martial arts and the wielder of a mysterious power known as the Iron Fist, which helps him to evoke and concentrate his energy. The City of K'un-Lun which opens every 10 years learns this expertise. Danny Rand was born in The city of New York. His narrator, Wendell Rand, visited the magical city of K'un-L'un as a young boy. Wendell saved the life of Lord Tuan, the king of the town during his time at K'un-L'un, and was adopted as Tuan's wife. Eventually, however, Wendell left K'un-L'un and became a successful US businessman. He married Heather Duncan, a socialite, and had a son, Daniel. Later, Wendell organises an expedition to recover K'un-L'un, bringing with him his wife Heather, his business associate Harold Meachum and Danny, nine. When riding up the mountain, Danny slips off the road and his tie-rope carries his mother and father along.
Marvelman was similar to Captain Marvel: Micky Moran, a teenage researcher, encounters an astrophysicist, not a magician, who gives him superpowers based on atomic energy rather than magic. He used the word "Kimota" to turn into Marvelman, which is, on the contrary, phonetically "atomic" instead of "Shazam." Marvelman was preceded by Dicky Dauntless, a teenage messenger boy who became Young Marvelman, and young Johnny Bates who became Child Marvelman instead of Captain Marvel Jr. and Mary Marvel; all of their mysterious words were "Marvelman" Michael Moran, version of Alan Moore, w. Using the word "atomic" backwards ("cimota"), he recalls the word "Kimota" as he puts the word written on glass over a door; Marvelman is resurrected and he saves the day. As Marvelman, Moran recalls his early days as a superhero, admitting to his wife Liz that he lost his memories after an atomic blast consumed the entire Marvelman household.
Hawkeye (Clinton Francis Barton) is a fictional superhero that features in American comic books that Marvel Comics has published. The character first appeared as a villain in Tales of Suspense # 57 and then joined theAvengers in The Avengers # 16 (May 1965), created by the author Stan Lee and the artist Don Heck. He too has been a strong mentor in the team. Raised in Waverly, Texas, Clint Barton was. He lost both of his parents to a traffic crash at a young age. After six years in an orphanage, Clint ran away to join the Carson Carnival of Traveling Wonders, with his brother Barney Barton. Clint quickly caught the Swordsman's attention and took the child on as his partner. The Swordsman trained Clint to become a master-archer with the aid of Trick Shot.
Ant-Man is the name of a variety of characters who appear in Marvel Comics shops. Ant-Man's first appearance was created in Tales to Astonish # 35 by Stan Lee, Larry Lieber and Jack Kirby. The character was initially the superhero mask of the genius scientist Hank Pym after inventing a tool that can change height, but then the former criminals Scott Lang and Eric O'Grady took over the role after the original altered his superhero persona to various different names, such as Giant-Man, Goliath, and Yellowjacket. Ant-Man has appeared in several Marvel-related films including Ant-Man, Captain America: Civil War, Ant-Man and the Wasp, and Avengers: Endgame. Over the years a number of various characters adopted the identity of Ant-Man, none of them were related to the Avengers.
Wasp (Janet van Dyne) is a fictional character Marvel Comics has written, appearing in American comic books. Stan Lee, Ernie Hart, and Jack Kirby created the character, which first appeared in Tales to Astonish # 44. Typically depicted as being able to shrink to several centimetres in height, fly through insectoid wings, and blasts of bioelectric fire energy. She is both an Avengers founding member, and a former team leader.
Spider-Man is a fictional superhero created by editor-in-chief Steve Ditko and Stan Lee. When Spider-Man first appeared in the early 1960's, the role of the protagonist as a sidekick in superhero comic books was usually limited to teenagers. Peter Benjamin Parker, a student at Forest Hills Midtown High School, Queens, New York, is a science-whiz orphan living with his Uncle Ben and Aunt May.
Iron Man is a Marvel Comics fictional character, appearing in American comic books. Stan Lee, writer and publisher, co-created the character, produced by Larry Lieber scripter and drawn by artists Don Heck and Jack Kirby. Anthony Edward Stark is the son of wealthy industrialist and head of Stark Manufacturing, Howard Stark, and Maria Stark. A boy genius, he enters the MIT at the age of fifteen to study electronics, and eventually holds master's degrees in engineering and physics. He inherits his aunt's company, after the murder of his parents in a car accident.