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Donny Blaze from She-Hulk

Donny Blaze (Rhys Coiro) is a character in the Marvel Disney+ show, She-Hulk. He is a stage magician and former Master of the Mystic Arts. After misuse, he was banned from the order of sorcerers, yet still uses these abilities in his performances, where he sends show volunteers through portals. Wong seeks to prosecute him for this with Jennifer Walters (aka She-Hulk) as his lawyer. He refuses a cease and desist, so they go to court. Since there was no written agreement, the judge deems he can still use his powers. His careless, conceited schemes comes back to bite him when he releases a hoard of flying goblins through a portal, which requires Wong and She-Hulk to clean up his mess.

Madisynn from She-Hulk

Madisynn (Patty Guggenheim) is a character in the Disney+ Marvel series, She-Hulk. Her name is Madisynn with a “Y” but not where you think it is. She first appears as a volunteer in Donny Blaze’s magic show, tipsy off her martini. His misuse of the Mystic Arts sends her through a portal to another dimension, where she meets Wong. She testifies against Blaze as a victim of his crimes. She also claims she made a deal with a demon that she can’t disclose (Mephisto, perhaps?) Madisynn quickly became a fan favorite, notably for the post-credit scene where she watches The Sopranos with Wong, whom she affectionately calls “Wongers.”

Frances Barrison from Venom 2

Frances Barrison (Naomie Harris) is a character in Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage. She is a childhood friend and love interest of Cletus Kasady. The two met at St. Estes, a home for unwanted children. As her strange power grows, she gets sent to Ravencroft. Cletus helps her break out, and together, the two wreak havoc. Her villainous alter ego is Shriek, due to her deadly cry. Frances has a scar through her neon blue eye, which can be achieved with the scarring liquid, or even some black eye pencil.

Zeus from Thor: Love and Thunder

Zeus (Russell Crowe) is a minor character in Thor: Love and Thunder. He is the Greek god of the skies, king of Olympus, and leader of the gods. When Thor confronts him about the god butcher, Zeus disregards the threat. The group ends up impaling him with his Thunderbolt, which Valkyrie steals before making their escape. Later on, they use the power of the Thunderbolt to help defeat Gorr. An iconic scene from the trailer involves Zeus magically removing Thor’s disguise that leaves him nude in front of everyone and makes the Grecian girls swoon. The post credit scene features Zeus recuperating from his injuries and calling upon a familial hero to take down the Norse god of thunder.

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Mighty Thor (Jane Foster)

Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) is a character in the Thor movies who becomes Mighty Thor in Thor: Love and Thunder. After breaking up with Thor, Jane tries to find a cure for her late-stage cancer. However, Thor told Mjolnir to look after Jane, so she is revitalized as the superhero Mighty Thor. When she reunites with the god of thunder, Thor is understandably shocked (and even quite jealous at the expense of Stormbreaker). Jane fights alongside Thor, Valkyrie, and Korg to stop the villain Gorr, who wishes to eradicate all the gods. With her intelligence combined with this newfound power, Jane Foster shows girls can be strong heroes too.

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Captain Carter

Captain Carter is a character in Marvel’s What If…? streaming on Disney+. She stars in the first episode of the animated series, titled “What If…Captain Carter were the first Avenger?” In this universe, Peggy Carter receives the super soldier serum instead of Steve, thus becoming the hero dubbed Captain Carter. As opposed to Captain America’s stars and stripes, this costume uses a Union Jack as its emblem as a nod to Peggy’s background. She even has her own matching shield. Hayley Atwell, who portrays Peggy Carter in the movies, voices her animated counterpart. Spoilers: Hayley makes a cameo in Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness as a live action Captain Carter.

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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.