List of The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes characters

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The following is a list of characters appearing in the animated television series, The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes. The series itself is based on the fictional comic book superhero team the Avengers published by Marvel Comics.

Avengers[edit]

Character Voice First appearance Notes
Ant-Man / Giant Man / Yellowjacket / Henry "Hank" Pym Wally Wingert[1] As Ant-Man in "The Man in the Ant Hill"
As Giant-Man in "Breakout, Part 2"
As Yellowjacket in "Yellowjacket"
Founding member. Left the team in "Ultron-5"; rejoined in "Yellowjacket".
Black Panther / T'Challa James C. Mathis III[1] "Welcome to Wakanda" Joined the team in "Panther's Quest". Left the team in "Who Do You Trust?"; rejoined in "Behold...The Vision".
Captain America / Steven "Steve" Rogers Brian Bloom[1] "Meet Captain America" Joined the team in "Living Legend". Replaced by a Skrull infiltrator in "A Day Unlike Any Other". Freed in "Prisoner of War". Rejoined in "Secret Invasion". Became team leader in "Code Red".
Hawkeye / Clinton "Clint" Barton Chris Cox[1] "Hulk Versus the World" Left S.H.I.E.L.D. in "Beware the Widow's Bite", joined the team in "Gamma World, Part 2".
Hulk / Robert "Bruce" Banner Fred Tatasciore[1] (as Hulk)
Gabriel Mann[1] (as Bruce Banner)
"The Coming of the Hulk" Founding member. Banner, who acts as the Hulk's conscience and gives him advice, agreed to allow the Hulk to remain physically in control of their body in exchange for the Hulk helping the Avengers. Left the team in "Some Assembly Required"; rejoined in "Gamma World, Part 2". Arrested by the Hulkbusters in "Nightmare in Red"; returned in "The Deadliest Man Alive".
Iron Man / Anthony "Tony" Stark Eric Loomis[1] "Iron Man is Born!" Founding member. Team leader. Left the team in "Who Do You Trust?"; rejoined in "Secret Invasion"; Stepped down as team leader in "Code Red".
J.A.R.V.I.S. Phil LaMarr[1] "Iron Man is Born!" Iron Man's trusty A.I. system integrated into his various armors and the facilities of Stark Industries, as well as the Avengers Mansion.
Ms. Marvel / Carol Danvers Jennifer Hale[2] As Carol Danvers in "459"
As Ms. Marvel in "Welcome to the Kree Empire"
Joined the team in "Welcome to the Kree Empire". Also member of S.W.O.R.D.. Left the team in "Who Do You Trust?"; rejoined in "Infiltration".
Spider-Man / Peter Benjamin Parker[3] Drake Bell[4] "Along Came a Spider"[5] Joined the team as a reserve member in "New Avengers". Also founding member of the New Avengers. Josh Keaton, the voice of Spider-Man on The Spectacular Spider-Man, had recorded Spider-Man's voice in the series, but was re-dubbed by Drake Bell (who voices the character in Ultimate Spider-Man).[4]
Thor / Thor Odinson Rick D. Wasserman[1] "Thor the Mighty" Founding member. Separated from the team after "A Day Unlike Any Other". Returned in "Secret Invasion".
Vision Peter Jessop[6] "Behold... The Vision" Joined the team in "Emperor Stark".
Wasp / Janet Van Dyne Colleen O'Shaughnessey[1] "The Man in the Ant Hill" Founding member.

Supporting characters[edit]

New Avengers[edit]

Character Voice First appearance Notes
Iron Fist / Daniel "Danny" Rand[3] Loren Lester "To Steal an Ant-Man" Founding member. Also member of Heroes for Hire.
Power Man / Luke Cage[3] Christopher B. Duncan "To Steal an Ant-Man" Founding member. Also member of Heroes for Hire.
The Thing / Benjamin "Ben" Grimm Fred Tatasciore[6] "The Man Who Stole Tomorrow" Founding member. Also member of the Fantastic Four.
War Machine / James "Rhodey" Rhodes Bumper Robinson[7] As James Rhodes in "Iron Man is Born!"
As War Machine in "Alone Against A.I.M"
Founding member.
Wolverine / James "Logan" Howlett Steven Blum[8] "Meet Captain America" Founding member. Also member of the X-Men and former Howling Commando.

S.H.I.E.L.D.[edit]

Character Voice First appearance Notes
Nicholas "Nick" Fury Alex Désert[1] "HYDRA Lives!" Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. Disappeared in "Hail, HYDRA!"; returned in "Who Do You Trust?".
Black Widow / Natasha Romanoff / Natalia Romanova Vanessa Marshall[1] "Hulk Versus the World"
Maria Hill Kari Wührer[1] "HYDRA Lives!" Becomes acting director of S.H.I.E.L.D. in "Hail, HYDRA!".
Mockingbird / Barbara "Bobbi" Morse Elizabeth Daily[9] "This Monster, This Hero" Revealed to have been replaced by Veranke in "Who Do You Trust?". Freed in "Prisoner of War".
Clay Quartermain Troy Baker[1] "The Big House" Revealed to have been replaced by a Skrull infiltrator in "Prisoner of War", and freed in the same episode.
Jimmy Woo Nolan North[7] "Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D."
Jasper Sitwell Tom Kane[10] "Come the Conqueror"
Mandroids "HYDRA Lives!"

Other supporting characters[edit]

Character Voice First appearance Notes
Abraham Erskine "Meet Captain America"
Ant-Man II / Scott Lang Crispin Freeman "To Steal an Ant-Man"
Balder Nolan North[11] "The Siege of Asgard"
Beta Ray Bill Steven Blum[12] "The Ballad of Beta Ray Bill"
Black Knight / Dane Whitman "Come the Conqueror"
Black Panther / T'Chaka Hakeem Kae-Kazim[13] "Welcome to Wakanda" Killed by Man-Ape in "Welcome to Wakanda".
Bucky / Winter Soldier / James Buchanan Barnes Scott Menville[8] (young)
Jon Curry (Winter Soldier)
As Bucky in "Meet Captain America"
As Winter Soldier in "Nightmare in Red"
Killed in "If This Be Doomsday!". Brought back to life by the Cosmic Cube in "Hail, HYDRA!".
Elizabeth "Betty" Brant Grey DeLisle "Along Came a Spider"
Captain Marvel / Mar-Vell Roger Craig Smith[2] "459"
Cassandra "Cassie" Lang Colleen O'Shaughnessey "To Steal an Ant-Man"
Chester Phillips "Meet Captain America"
Corrina Korvac Jennifer Hale "Michael Korvac"
Cloak / Tyrone "Ty" Johnson "Infiltration" Appears only in a photograph.
Doc Samson / Leonard Samson / Leonard Skivorski, Jr. Cam Clarke[1] "This Monster, This Hero"
Eitri John DiMaggio[14] "The Fall of Asgard"
Falcon / Samuel Thomas "Sam" Wilson[15] Lance Reddick "Nightmare in Red"
Faradei Troy Baker[14] "The Fall of Asgard"
Fantastic Four Mister Fantastic / Reed Richards Dee Bradley Baker "The Man Who Stole Tomorrow"
Invisible Woman / Susan Storm Erin Torpey "The Man Who Stole Tomorrow" Revealed to have been replaced by a Skrull infiltrator in "The Private War of Doctor Doom". Freed in "Prisoner of War".
Human Torch / Jonathan "Johnny" Storm David Kaufman "The Man Who Stole Tomorrow"
H.E.R.B.I.E. "The Kang Dynasty"
Guardians of the Galaxy Star-Lord / Peter Quill Steve Downes "Michael Korvac"
Adam Warlock Kirk Thornton[16] "Michael Korvac"
Groot Troy Baker "Michael Korvac"
Rocket Raccoon Greg Ellis "Michael Korvac"
Quasar / Phyla-Vell Moira Quirk "Michael Korvac"
Heimdall J. B. Blanc[17] "Thor the Mighty"
Henry Peter Gyrich Jim Ward "Welcome to the Kree Empire" Revealed to have been replaced by a Skrull infiltrator in "Prisoner of War" and freed in the same episode.
Howard Stark "Living Legend"
Howling Commandos Jack Fury Alex Désert[8] "Meet Captain America"
Dino Manelli "Meet Captain America"
Dum Dum Dugan John DiMaggio[14] "Meet Captain America"
Gabe Jones "Meet Captain America"
Izzy Cohen "Meet Captain America"
Pinky Pinkerton "Meet Captain America"
Rebel Ralston "Meet Captain America"
Jane Foster Kari Wahlgren[18] "Thor the Mighty"
J. Jonah Jameson J. K. Simmons "Along Came a Spider"
N'Gassi Kevin Michael Richardson[19] "Welcome to Wakanda"
Odin / Odin Borson Clancy Brown[1] "The Siege of Asgard"
Virginia "Pepper" Potts Dawn Olivieri[1] "Iron Man is Born!"
Quake / Daisy Johnson[3] Lacey Chabert "Who Do You Trust?"
Joseph "Robbie" Robertson Troy Baker "Along Came a Spider"
Sif Nika Futterman[1] "The Siege of Asgard"
Scarlet Witch / Wanda Maximoff "Infiltration" Appears only in a photograph.
S.W.O.R.D. Abigail Brand Mary Elizabeth McGlynn "Welcome to the Kree Empire"
Peter Corbeau Chris Cox "Operation Galactic Storm"
Sydren Troy Baker[12] "Welcome to the Kree Empire"
Valkyrie / Brunnhilde Colleen O'Shaughnessey[20] "The Fall of Asgard"
Warriors Three Fandral Chris Cox[20] "The Siege of Asgard"
Hogun "The Siege of Asgard"
Volstagg Fred Tatasciore[20] "The Siege of Asgard"
X-Men Beast / Henry "Hank" McCoy "Infiltration" Appears only in a photograph.
Cyclops / Scott Summers "Infiltration" Appears only in a photograph.

Villains[edit]

HYDRA[edit]

Character Voice First appearance Notes
Red Skull / Dell Rusk / Johann Schmidt Steven Blum[8] As Red Skull in "Meet Captain America"
As Dell Rusk in "Nightmare in Red"
Original leader of HYDRA.
Baron Strucker / Wolfgang Von Strucker Jim Ward[1] "Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D." Leader of HYDRA.
Grim Reaper / Eric Williams Lance Henriksen[1] "Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D."
Arnim Zola Grant Moninger[21] "The Big House"
Doughboy Grant Moninger[21] "Living Legend"
Madame Hydra / Viper / Ophelia Sarkissian Vanessa Marshall[9] "Gamma World, Part 1" Revealed to have been replaced by a Skrull infiltrator in "Widow's Sting". Freed in "Prisoner of War". Joined the Serpent Society in "Along Came a Spider".
Dreadnoughts "HYDRA Lives!"

Masters of Evil[edit]

Character Voice First appearance Notes
Baron Zemo / Heinrich Zemo Robin Atkin Downes[1] "Breakout, Part 1" Left HYDRA and joined the Masters of Evil in "Living Legend".
Enchantress / Amora Kari Wahlgren[1] "The Isle of Silence" Founding member. Betrayed by Zemo in "This Hostage Earth". Became Surtur's 'Demon Queen' in "Acts of Vengeance".
Executioner / Skurge "The Isle of Silence" Founding member.
Abomination / Emil Blonsky Robin Atkin Downes[18] "This Monster, This Hero" Joined the team in "Gamma World, Part 2".
Chemistro / Curtis Carr Nolan North[22] "Breakout, Part 1" Joined team in "This Hostage Earth".
Crimson Dynamo / Ivan Vanko Chris Cox[18] "Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D." Joined the team in "Gamma World, Part 2".
Grey Gargoyle / Paul Pierre Duval Troy Baker[19] "The Big House" Joined team in "This Hostage Earth".
Living Laser / Arthur Parks Nolan North[1] "Breakout, Part 1" Joined team in "This Hostage Earth".
Wonder Man / Simon Williams Phil LaMarr[11] "Everything is Wonderful" Joined the team in "Everything is Wonderful". Died in "Acts of Vengeance".

Other villains[edit]

Character Voice First appearance Notes
Absorbing Man / Carl "Crusher" Creel Rick D. Wasserman[11] "Hulk vs The World"
Advanced Idea Mechanics M.O.D.O.K. / George Tarleton Wally Wingert[18] "Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D."
Scientist Supreme Nolan North[23] "Breakout, Part 1"
Dr. Lyle Getz Kyle Hebert "Prisoner of War" Replaced by a Skrull infiltrator in "Prisoner of War", and freed in the same episode.
Annihilus "Assault on 42"
Armadillo / Antonio Rodriguez "Infiltration" Appears only in a photograph.
Bi-Beast "This Monster, This Hero"
Big Ben Donovan "To Steal an Ant-Man"
Blizzard / Donald "Donnie" Gill Troy Baker[23] "Breakout, Part 1" Killed by the Annihilation Wave in "Assault on 42".
Crossfire / William Cross Neil Ross "To Steal an Ant-Man"
Doctor Doom / Victor Von Doom Lex Lang[24] "The Private War of Doctor Doom"[25]
Dontrell "Cockroach" Hamilton "To Steal an Ant-Man"
Fenris Wolf Fred Tatasciore[20] "A Day Unlike Any Other"
Galactus "Prisoner of War"
Gideon Mace "To Steal an Ant-Man"
Glenn Talbot Troy Baker "Nightmare in Red" Member of the Hulkbusters.
Graviton / Franklin Hall Fred Tatasciore[18] "The Big House"
Griffin / Johnny Horton Fred Tatasciore[26] "Breakout, Part 1"
Hela Nika Futterman[14] "The Fall of Asgard"
Heralds of Galactus Air-Walker "Avengers Assemble"
Firelord "Avengers Assemble"
Stardust "Avengers Assemble"
Terrax Kevin Grevioux "Avengers Assemble"
Hoarfen Fred Tatasciore[20] "A Day Unlike Any Other"
Jocasta "Ultron Unlimited"
Kang / Nathaniel Richards Jonathan Adams[1] "Meet Captain America"
Karnilla Kari Wahlgren[22] "This Hostage Earth" Turned to stone by Grey Gargoyle in "This Hostage Earth"
Klaw / Ulysses Klaw Mark Hamill[1] "The Man in the Ant Hill"
Kree Kalum Lo Fred Tatasciore[27] "Welcome to the Kree Empire"
Ronan the Accuser Keith Szarabajka "Welcome to the Kree Empire"
Sentry-459 "459"
Supreme Intelligence David Kaye "Live Kree or Die"
Yon-Rogg Fred Tatasciore[2] "459"
Korvac / Michael Korvac Troy Baker[12] "Michael Korvac"
Leader / Samuel Sterns Jeffrey Combs[1] "This Monster, This Hero"
Loki / Loki Laufeyson Graham McTavish[1] "The Siege of Asgard"
Lucia Von Bardas Kirsten Potter[28] "Breakout, Part 1" Deactivated in "The Private War of Doctor Doom"
Mad Thinker Danny Mann[1] "The Big House"
Madman / Philip Sterns "This Monster, This Hero"
Magneto / Erik Lehnsherr "Infiltration" Appears only in a photograph.
Mangler "To Steal an Ant-Man"
Malekith Quinton Flynn[29] "The Casket of Ancient Winters"
Man-Ape / M'Baku Kevin Michael Richardson[1] "Welcome to Wakanda"
Mandrill / Jerome Beechman Fred Tatasciore[30] "The Big House"
Purple Man / Zebediah Killgrave Brent Spiner "Breakout, Part 1"
Professor Thorton Tom Kane "Behold... The Vision!"
Radioactive Man / Chen Lu "This Monster, This Hero" Killed by the Annihilation Wave in "Assault on 42".
Ravonna Cindy Robinson[8] "Lo, There Shall Come a Conqueror"
Ray "Piranha" Jones "To Steal an Ant-Man"
Red Ghost / Ivan Kragoff "Breakout, Part 1"
Red Hulk / Thaddeus E. "Thunderbolt" Ross Keith Ferguson[31] (as Thunderbolt Ross)
Fred Tatasciore (as Red Hulk)
As Thunderbolt Ross in "The Coming of the Hulk"
As Red Hulk in "Nightmare in Red"
Scythe "To Steal an Ant-Man"
Serpent Society King Cobra / Klaus Voorhees James C. Mathis III[32] "Breakout, Part 1" Revealed to have been replaced by a Skrull infiltrator in "Prisoner of War", and freed in the same episode.
Anaconda / Blanche Sitznski Vanessa Marshall "Ultron-5"
Bushmaster / Quincy McIver "Ultron-5"
Constrictor / Frank Payne Cam Clarke (Season One)[23]
Troy Baker (Season Two)
"Breakout, Part 1"
Death Adder / Roland Burroughs "Ultron-5"
Rattler / Gustav Krueger Chris Cox "Ultron-5"
Señor Muerte "To Steal an Ant-Man"
Skrulls Super-Skrull / Criti Noll "Secret Invasion"
Super-Skrull / Kl'rt Kyle Hebert "Prisoner of War"
Super-Skrull / Rl'nnd "Secret Invasion"
Veranke[33] Elizabeth Daily "Who Do You Trust?"
Spear "To Steal an Ant-Man"
Surtur Rick D. Wasserman "Acts of Vengeance"
Technovore Dwight Schultz "Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D." Destroyed in "Alone Against A.I.M."
U-Foes Vector / Simon Utrecht Cam Clarke[34] "This Monster, This Hero"
Ironclad / Michael Steel "This Monster, This Hero"
Vapor / Ann Darnell Colleen O'Shaughnessey[34] "This Monster, This Hero"
X-Ray / James Darnell "This Monster, This Hero"
Ulik Troy Baker[14] "The Fall of Asgard"
Ultimo "Iron Man is Born!"
Ultron Tom Kane[1] "The Man in the Ant Hill" Deactivated in "The Ultron Imperative". Returned in "Behold... the Vision". Destroyed in "Ultron Unlimited".
Whiplash "Breakout, Part 1"
Whirlwind / David "Dave" Cannon Troy Baker[19] "Enter the Whirlwind" Killed by the Annihilation Wave in "Assault on 42".
Wrecking Crew Wrecker / Dirk Garthwaite J. B. Blanc[1] "Thor the Mighty"
Bulldozer / Henry Camp James C. Mathis III[34] "Thor the Mighty"
Piledriver / Brian Calusky Nolan North[34] "Thor the Mighty"
Thunderball / Eliot Franklin Gary Anthony Williams[17] "Thor the Mighty"
Ymir Rick D. Wasserman[17] "Siege of Asgard"
Zzzax "Breakout, Part 1"

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