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Mr. Knight

Mr. Knight is a character in the Marvel Disney+ series, Moon Knight. He is the alter ego of Steven Grant, who is another alias and identity of Marc Spector, portrayed by Oscar Isaac. The titular hero encompasses three individuals — Marc, Steven, and (spoiler!) Jake Lockley — who serves as the avatar of the Egyptian god, Khonshu. While sharing the same moon emblem and glowing eyes of the hero suit, this look better fits Steven’s posh persona.

Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch from Multiverse of Madness

Wanda Maximoff, aka the Scarlet Witch, is a character in Doctor Strange 2: Multiverse of Madness. The movie occurs after the events of WandaVision and Spider-Man: No Way Home. Despite trying to cope on her own, Wanda becomes tempted and corrupted by the Darkhold, a book of evil magic. She spirals into an obsession to get her kids back, leading her down a path of destruction and murder, ultimately painting her as the antagonist. Doctor Strange and others try and put a stop to her wrath and protect America Chavez, but can they succeed? Put some black eyeshadow on your fingers to make it look like you’ve been meddling in some dark magic.

Wong from Doctor Strange 2: Multiverse of Madness

Wong (Benedict Wong) is a character in Marvel’s Doctor Strange 2: Multiverse of Madness. He tries to help Doctor Strange protect America Chavez and stop the Scarlet Witch from destroying the multiverse. Once again, he cautions Doctor Strange not to mess with dark magic. Since he’s often the sole voice of reason, we see why he’s been appointed as the new Sorcerer Supreme.

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White Rabbit

The White Rabbit is a supervillain in the Marvel comics, namely an enemy of Spider-Man. Formerly known as Dr. Lorina Dodson, she became evil after killing her husband and using her inheritance to buy dangerous gadgets. She became The White Rabbit, going insane to the point of ridiculousness. While she has themed carrot bombs and rabbit mutant henchmen, her most ostentatious weapon is a giant armed robot rabbit.

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Gwen Stacy

Gwen Stacy has graced the pages of many a Marvel comic book.  As the original love interest of Peter Parker, who met a tragic end both on page and screen, Gwen lives on in multiple iterations including as Gwenpool and Spider-Gwen.  Gwen Stacy has been played by several Hollywood actresses including Bryce Dallas Howard, Emma Stone, and Hailee Steinfeld.  In her comic form, Gwen has long blonde hair and bangs and often sports a pencil skirt and slouchy boots.

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Kingpin from Marvel Puzzle Quest

Wilson Fisk, better known by his villain moniker Kingpin, has gone through many different iterations on both page and screen.  In the Marvel Puzzle Quest video game, Kingpin is the premier crime lord in New York City.  He has been the leader of both the Maggia and the Hand, and he has no qualms about sacrificing his subordinates if it means gaining the upper hand in a fight.  This version of Kingpin has him wearing a dapper-looking suit with a purple cravat and grey trench coat with matching purple lining.  His cane includes a diamond-like gem on the top.  When choosing a coat, you’ll likely want to focus on either the correct shade of light grey or the lining, as finding both in tandem can be difficult.  Either way, make sure if you aren’t ready to bic your head you take time to get your bald cap right to really pull off the look.

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Doc Samson

Doc Samson is a character in the Marvel universe. His real name is Leonard Skivorski Jr, appearing primarily in The Incredible Hulk comics. He worked alongside Bruce Banner as a psychiatrist, and exposed himself to some of the gamma radiation that created the Hulk. As a result, he received superhuman strength and a muscular physique, as well as long green hair. Like his namesake, his power depended on the length of his hair.

Clint Barton from Hawkeye

Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) is a main character in the new Marvel series, Hawkeye, streaming on Disney+. When the Avenger finds his murderous past as Ronin coming to haunt him, a trip to New York during Christmas turns into confronting old enemies. Reluctantly partnering up with Kate Bishop, another master archer, he plans to take down the tracksuit mafia once and for all. However, it’s all bigger than they imagined, for the head of the operation is revealed to be none other than Kingpin. The show introduced Clint’s deafness from the comic with a hearing aid.

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Kate Bishop from Hawkeye

Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) is a main character in the new Marvel series, Hawkeye, streaming on Disney+. She is the daughter of Eleanor Bishop. After seeing Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner), save New York at age twelve, Kate made it her goal to become a hero too. Ten years later, she’s a prodigy in fencing, martial arts, and of course, archery. When Kate dons the Ronin suit to escape a suspicious auction, Clint finds her and together, they partner up against the tracksuit mafia. However, this endeavor might concern a crime syndicate larger than the pair imagined. Talkative and enthusiastic, Kate hopes to coax Clint out of his shell so he can inspire others as an Avenger.

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Kingpin from Hawkeye

Wilson Fisk, aka Kingpin, is a known antagonist in the Marvel universe. He first appeared in the live action adaptations in the Daredevil Netflix series. At the end of the Hawkeye series on Disney+, he’s revealed as the overarching villain behind the scenes of the moving company. He was secretly in cahoots with Eleanor Bishop to kill Clint Barton. Vincent D’Onofrio portrays this menacing crime lord in both stories (though voiced by Liev Schreiber in the animated movie Into the Spider-Verse). After the standoff between Maya and Kingpin, some presume he is dead — or is he?