47 Obscure and Rare Marvel Facts That’ll Make You Love MCU Even More – Part 4

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1Killing Wolverine

Professor Xavier stated in the Xavier Protocol that the only way to stop Wolverine is to decapitate him and remove his head from the vicinity of his body.


2. In the early 90s The Fantastic Four was temporarily comprised of Wolverine, The Hulk, Ghost Rider, and Spiderman.


3. Gambit possesses a strong and irresistible hypnotic charm, giving him influence over sentient beings; leading them to believe what he says and agree with his suggestions.


4. Peter Parker can hack Tony Stark’s technology. He once hacked into Stark Industries to override the control command on suit Tony gave him. When he was in college his IQ score was equal to Reed Richards when he was the same age.


5. Moon Knight carves crescents into the foreheads of repeated offenders, marking them not only as criminals, but as victims of Moon Knight’s rage.


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6En Sabah Nur

En Sabah Nur has many abilities such as flight, super-strength, size alteration/body manipulation, energy manipulation, telepathy, teleportation and immortality.


7. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is the only Spider-Man film that has been shot entirely in New York, which is the character's hometown.


8. Since the death of his mentor, The Ancient One, Doctor Strange has held the mantle of Sorcerer Supreme and Guardian of the Universe.


9. Carnage is so powerful that Spiderman once had to make a truce with venom to defeat him.


10. Hulk once implanted the Illuminati members with obedient discs and forced them to fight each other in a makeshift gladiatorial ring in Madison Square Garden.


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11Black Bolt

Black Bolt can run at a speed so great he is invisible to human eye. He’s even been able to catch up to Quicksilver with ease.


12. Franklin Richards is the son of Mr. Fantastic and The Invisible Woman. Franklin is an alpha level mutant with the power to manipulate reality. He’s considered one of the most powerful beings in the universe.


13. Before Dr. Strange joined the Avengers, he assembled the team known as The Defenders. The lineup included The Hulk, Namor, and Silver Surfer.


14. Jean Grey has died at least 16 times, a testament to the fact characters never stay dead in comics.


15. In a controversial story T’Challa was able to put the Silver Surfer (one of the most powerful beings in the Marvel Universe) into a chokehold. The Surfer actually had difficult time getting out of it.


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16Magneto vs Wolverine

Magneto once nearly killed Wolverine by tearing the adamantium from his body. Logan only survived because Jean Grey telekinetically held him together long enough for his healing factor to work.


17. T’Challa is the primary funder of The Mutantes Sans Frontières; an organization dedicated to the protection of mutant rights. It also funds the X-Men’s activities.


18. Marvel has had multiple characters called Captain Marvel because if they don’t keep publishing a book with that tile, DC will claim the trademark for its character for the same name.


19. Marvel’s Luke Cage, which premiered in 1972 was the first black superhero to have his own comic.


20. Before settling on Spider-Man, Stan Lee considered calling his new hero Fly-Man or Insect-Man.


21Dazzler

The disco-themed superhero Dazzler was co-created by a record company that wanted to launch her as a real-life act. Once John Romita, Jr. sketch shows that the character could have been black.


22. Daredevil once had an animal sidekick, a seeing-eye dog named Deuce the Devil Dog. Foggy lost the dog in a poker game.


23. Among the people deemed worthy to wield Thor’s Hammer are Captain America, Black Widow, Storm, Conan the Barbarian, Superman, Wonder Woman, and even Loki, usually under peculiar circumstances.


24. Godzilla, Transformers, Conan the Barbarian and Fu Manchu have all been part of Marvel Universe, until their license agreements lapsed.


25. Marvel’s Man-Thing and DC’s Swamp Thing debuted within weeks of each other back in 1971. Man-Thing co-creator Gerry Conway and Swamp Thing co-creator Len Wein were roommates at the time.

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