In the Marvel comics and Netflix television series, Daredevil is the alter ego of Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox). He fights crime as a lawyer by day, and as a vigilante by night. As if that weren’t enough, The Man Without Fear — as he’s called — does this all while blind, relying on his other heightened senses.
The twin sister of Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) has the ability to harness magic and use hypnosis and telekinesis. Sweet and caring, but extremely powerful, she’s battled mental illness for a long time. Originally supporting Ultron against the Avengers, Scarlet Witch battles her inner demons to figure out which side she should really fight for.
Tony Stark is Iron Man, a billionaire playboy and ingenious engineer who, after being kidnapped, builds a powered suit of armor to escape captivity. As a free man, he continues to build new models of the suit, wearing them while playing the hero.
Felicia Hardy is the Black Cat, the daughter of a renowned cat burglar who has trained in a variety of fighting styles and acrobatics. She first dons the Black Cat costume in order to break her father out of prison.
Elektra was once the privileged daughter of a Greek ambassador who becomes a ruthless assassin after her father is killed during a kidnapping rescue. She’s a skilled fighter who’s even more lethal when she wields her twin sais.
Rogue is a member of the X-Men. She possess one of the strongest powers, the ability to absorb the powers of other mutants. But she considers it a curse, forced to wear gloves and avoid physical contact with others like her lover Gambit.
In the Marvel comics, Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is the Norse god of thunder and a founding member of the Avengers. As if being a god wasn’t enough, he has an enchanted hammer called Mjolnir that allows him to fly and control the weather.