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Your Top Marvel Villains part 13

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LOLtron

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Postby LOLtron » Thu Jan 08, 2009 3:44 am

ImageJust two random baddies, one of which I consider not quite a villain, but hey, he fought the FF a few times...

 

 

134. Molecule Man (20 points)

ImageA small, frail and timid child who obsessively clung to his mother, Owen Reece grew into a weak-willed and bitter adult after his mother's death. Working as a lowly laboratory technician at a nuclear power plant, Reece's carelessness caused him to be exposed to an unknown form of radiation - which would have killed most other humans, but instead it activated an ability to manipulate matter and energy on an atomic level.

Although still filled with self-doubt Reece had the potential to become one of the most powerful beings in the universe, an honor which brought him to the attention of Uatu the Watcher. Although sworn to not interfere in the affairs of other sentient beings the danger was so great that he warned the Fantastic Four of the menace known as the Molecule Man.

Molecule Man has the ability to manipulate all forms of matter. He originally believed he could only affect inorganic materials due to a self-imposed mental block due to fear but with the help of Dr. Doom and his stolen Beyonder power, he removed Molecule Man's mental blocks that allowed him to control all molecules including organic molecules in the entire multiverse. Making his powers nigh-limitless.

Molecule Man has the potential to be one of the most powerful Marvel characters.

He should have received more points for the sole purpose he bumped uglies with Volcana.

 

Image133. Ravanous (20 points)

Little was known about Ravenous before Annihilation. It is assumed that he is a native of the Negative Zone who was recruited into Annihilus's army. During the early days of the war, Ravenous and his Seekers were sent out by Annihilus to capture the current and former Heralds of Galactus. He was involved in the negotiations for the surrender of the Kree Empire.

Ravenous is superhumanly strong and tough. As many cosmic characters of the Positive Zone are able to channel the Power Cosmic, Ravenous is able to channel and opposing force from the Negative Zone called the Essence. Ravenous hunts with a number of canine-like creatures called Currs; they are able to track the energy signature of those who wield the Power Cosmic.

So, how many of you are looking forward to the War of Kings? You all better be raising your hand or you get mine across your face pimp style. For serious!

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