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The Founding Members

Iron Man/Anthony "Tony" Stark

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 "Give your master a message for me. Buyer beware. You steal my tech, you answer to me."

 Tony Stark: "Everything I do is to help people!

Hank Pym: "Everything you do is to clean up a mess you made!"

The super hero identity of Tony Stark. As with other incarnations, Stark is a former weapons manufacturer who became a superhero after a crippling incident that both damaged his heart and led to his becoming "The Invincible Iron Man." After the break out at the various super-villain prisons, he urges the collected heroes to join forces as The Avengers, providing them with their headquarters as well as leading the team itself.

 Voiced By: Eric Loomis

First appearance: "Iron Man is Born!" (Micro-Episode: "Iron Man is Born!")

Member since: "Breakout, Part 2"

  • Anti-Hero: Type 1, his poor communication skills affect both his image and his leadership skills.
  • Arrogant Technology Guy
  • Badass Normal
  • Brought Down to Normal: The Enchantress' spell in "Powerless!" traps Tony in his Mark I armor, and weakens his technical knowledge.
  • Butt Monkey
  • The Casanova: No surprise, though it doesn't get implied that heavily until season 2.
  • Comic Book Fantasy Casting: The design borrows some of Robert Downey Junior's appearance and even sounds like him, though as it turns out, Eric Loomis actually sounds like that in real life.
  • Dating Catwoman: "Alone Against AIM" ends with Tony asking Maria Hill if their conflicting beliefs about superhero registration ruin their chances of going out for dinner together.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • The Dreaded: Queen Veranke outright calls him dangerous and the one person who could have derailed the Skull invasion. Considering the Skrulls conquer/assimilate planets on a daily basis and have stalemated the Kree for untold centuries, that's genuine praise.
  • Face of a Thug: For one of the least jerkish Tony Starks in canon, he's a remarkably sinister-looking guy.
  • Law of Chromatic Superiority: Not only does Iron Man wear red and gold armor, but Tony's civilian outfit includes a red shirt. He also has a red bathrobe.
  • Never Live It Down: As shown in "Everything is Wonderful", even when he's trying to help someone, everyone assumes the worst and think he's being a jerk. He bought Simon's company to save it and to work with him, but everyone just thought he was being greedy. This is an in universe example, however, in that it shows Tony has a ways to go before he can make up for his past as a weapons dealer.
  • No Plans, No Prototype, No Backup: Averted. Tony has several versions of his Powered Armor in storage, which he can remotely activate if his suit becomes too damaged.
    • This has both worked against Tony (Ultron turning his old suits against the Avengers) and made for some Big Damn Heroes moments (his first suit's lack of computers making it effective against same villain's Technopathy).
  • Not Good with People: Like Ant Man said, if Tony could be just a little more sensitive with people, he might have avoided a Poor Communication Kills with Simon. So while his intentions are good, he still sometimes comes off as a jerk.
  • Powered Armor
  • The Atoner: Like his movie counterpart, Tony wants to make up for his past actions as a weapons manufacturer. However, his lack of people skills sometimes gets in the way.
  • The Smart Guy
  • Technical Pacifist: Tony's pretty big on stating that weapons never solve anything, but what does he call that suit of armor he's wearing? But then, it's tradition for him to act as if he's above it all.
    • He also added various weapons to the team's jet.
    • He was also the one that modified Ant-Man's design and filled Ultron with guns. Ant-Man had only put in a couple of security measures, not a whole arsenal.
  • Unskilled but Strong: Captain America criticizes him for typically either tackling things or blasting them.
    • This gets subverted in the very same episode. It shows that while Tony may not be the most elegant fighter, his real power is how adaptable and intelligent he is.

Thor Odinson

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 "Here, I can make a difference. In Asgard, the endless cycle of fighting, it is meaningless! On Earth, everything matters! I'm needed here, Balder."

The Norse god of Thunder. Thor has grown tired of the endless wars of Asgard, and believes that by acting as a hero on Earth, he can make more of a difference. This creates a conflict, in that his fellow gods desire for him to return to Asgard so that he may help defend it whilst their father, Odin, sleeps to replenish his powers.

 Voiced By: Rick D. Wasserman

First appearance: "Thor the Mighty!" (Micro-Episode: "Thor the Mighty!")

Member since: "Breakout, Part 2"

Ant-Man/Giant Man/Yellowjacket/Dr. Henry "Hank" Pym

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 "I agreed to work with SHIELD to help people like Whirlwind, not to do more fighting."

 "Jan, where did you go? I just replicated an ant chromosome! It's amazing!"

A scientist who developed both the ability to shrink or grow larger, as well as communicate with insects, Hank Pym has also developed numerous advances in a variety of fields. He's just as interested in rehabilitating the villains the Avengers battle as he is in stopping them, believing that many of their enemies are sick people in need of help.

 Voiced By: Wally Wingert

First appearance: "The Man in the Ant Hill" (Micro-Episode: "The Man in the Ant Hill")

Member since: "Breakout, Part 2" quit after "A Day Unlike Any Other"

  • Adaptational Badass
  • Adorkable
  • Anti-Hero Substitute: Pym becomes one to himself in his Yellowjacket persona
  • Attention Deficit Ooh Shiny: Hank tends to get distracted by his work, and by feats of scientific engineering. Even when said feats are trying to beat him up.
  • Badass Bookworm
  • The Beast Master: When using his helmet, he can command insects to do his bidding.
  • Berserk Button: Anybody trying to hurt Jan.
  • The Big Guy: As Giant Man.
  • Break the Badass/Cutie/Whatever We're Calling Pym: Dr. Pym spends the entire season trying to resolve conflicts with reason, as literally every other character, hero or villain, acts like this is the stupidest thing they've ever heard. At the end of the season, he finally breaks down and becomes a howling berserker. Um... yay?
  • Cannot Spit It Out: He has to be almost dying to even come close to telling Janet how he feels. He passes out before he tell her.
    • He tries again later at the hospital, only to be interrupted by Carol Danvers discovering that she has powers.
      • He finally does spit it out, but only when Janet is unconscious.
  • Curtains Match the Window
  • Deadpan Snarker: Especially after becoming Yellowjacket.
  • Expressive Mask
  • For Science!: Why does Hank Pym mess around with bugs all day? FOR SCIENCE, of course!
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: They've done a good job of showing the advantages of being a size shifter and a guy who can command insects to do his bidding.
    • It helps that he regularly switches between his Ant-Man and Giant-Man identities based on the situation, and even when he's tiny he remains just as strong as when he's normal sized.
    • For example, in episode 2, one of the key moments that turns what was an asskicking against the heroes into a victory was... getting some winged ants to fly up and bite Graviton.
  • I Just Want to Be Normal: He would rather study science than fight crime.
  • It's All My Fault: Hank gets pretty hard on himself after Ultron turned evil. His guilt even causes him to leave the team.
  • The Jailer: As a culmination of his angst, in "Yellowjacket", he abandons his interest in rehabilitating criminals, and as Yellowjacket, starts appearing to kill them, but actually transports them to a miniature prison he created by himself. However, he abandons this project by the end of the episode.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: His creation Ultron has corrupted his own programming in order to fulfill Dr. Pym's "goal".
  • Passing the Torch: As of "To Steal An Ant-Man", he is no longer Ant Man. Scott Lang is.
  • Pretty Boy
  • Psychotic Smirk: As Yellowjacket.
  • Sanity Slippage: In "Yellowjacket", although already somewhat evident in "To Steal An Ant-Man". He partly snaps back to normal by the end of the episode (but still insists That Man Is Dead applies to bot Ant-Man and Hank Pym
  • Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl
  • Science Hero
  • Science Is Bad: Subverted. Ant-Man is all about using science to help people. The only thing that's gone bad was Ultron.
  • Sir Not-Appearing-In-This-Trailer: Absent from the covers of the first four DVDs, though he appears on the spine of a Canadian Blu-Ray release of the first season.
  • Sizeshifter
  • The Smart Guy
  • Technical Pacifist: By far the least willing to let a situation escalate into violence, but when it does, look out.
    • Actually becomes a plot point for him because he'd rather be an Actual Pacifist.
    • Displayed further with his Yellowjacket persona, wherein he makes it appear that he is killing villains but is actually teleporting them to a miniature prison he built himself.
  • Take A Level In Jerkass: In his Yellowjacket persona
  • That Man Is Dead: Hank insists in Season 2 that he no longer deserves to be called Ant-Man after causing Ultron's rampage. He even insists on referring to Ant-Man as a separate entity.
  • Vocal Evolution: His voice is notably more deeper and reserved in Season 2.
  • Written in Absence: At the beginning of Season 2 he has left the Avengers in an attempt to get his head and his priorities straight.

The Wasp/Janet "Jan" Van Dyne

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 "I know it's not a game, Hank. But I can do more than make money and take meetings. Together, we can do more... and have fun doing it!"

Hank Pym's girlfriend and financial benefactor. She also has powers, and unlike Hank, believes that she and Hank can both make a difference as superheroes, which prompts her to take up arms and join the fight when super-villains come calling.

 Voiced By: Colleen O'Shaughnessey

First appearance: "The Man in the Ant Hill" (Micro-Episode: "The Man in the Ant Hill")

Member since: "Breakout, Part 2"

  • Anime Hair: Her hair defies gravity with even greater ease than she does.
  • Action Girl
  • Adaptational Badass
  • Audience Surrogate: She's the youngest, fun-loving, and most adventurous member, behaves a LOT like an Ascended Fangirl leaving their boring and normal life behind, and is the friendliest to all the others.
  • Badass Adorable
  • The Chick
  • Combat Stilettos: Wasp appears to be one the few female supers who do not wear them, which is odd in that she is both a known fashionista and given her powers, she wouldn’t have any of the “issues” that some people have with this trope.
  • Cute Monster Girl: She actually manages to pull this off in "Gamma World".
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Does This Make Me Look Fat?: Upon donning a Gamma-radiation proof suit, her first act is to try and see if it makes her butt look big. It does slightly but not to comical levels.
  • Fan Service: Her shredded uniform in "Gamma World"
    • "The Casket of Ancient Winters" features scenes of Janet in a bikini.
  • Fun Personified: Case in point, during Tony's initial rundown of the Avengers' Mansion in Some Assembly Required, she plants her self Indian-style on the couch and immediately turns on the TV.
  • Genki Girl: And then some. Due to the way she's portrayed, there seems to be more emphasis on the "girl" part, even if she is supposed to be about the same age as the rest of them.
  • Let's Get Dangerous: Do not mess with her man, she will fly up inside your Kree Sentry Robot and start tearing stuff up.
  • The Heart
  • Jumped At the Call
  • Kid Appeal Character
  • Magic Skirt: Averted, since she wears opaque tights under it.
  • Manic Pixie Dream Girl: She definitely tries to be this for Hank, but it doesn't work.
  • Morality Pet: For the Hulk, when she's not urging him to smash people.
  • Most Common Superpower: Not really obvious in her costume, but the scenes showing her in a bikini at poolside confirm this.
  • Rule of Cool: Word of God says the device Wasp wears over her ears doesn't allow her to talk to bugs like Ant-Man can, it's just an attractive pair of headphones.
  • Sir Not-Appearing-In-This-Trailer: Absent from the covers of the first four DVDs, though she appears on the spine of a Canadian Blu-Ray release of the first season.
  • Sizeshifter: As showen in Ultron-5, she can go big as well as play the Incredible Shrinking Girl but the former takes a lot out of her.
  • The Smurfette Principle: Until the second season (which saw Ms. Marvel joining the team), she was the sole female member of the Avengers proper.
  • Took a Level In Jerkass: "459" shows us just how much of a jerk a "superpowered party girl" can be. She's manipulative and petty towards Hank and almost xenophobic when Mar-Vell reveals himself as a member of the Kree, even telling Hulk to smash him.
    • Carol Danvers calls her out on it and she gets better and apologizes by the end. So the level in jerkass only lasted one episode. She makes peace with Mar-Vell before he leaves.
    • There was also the "destroy humanity to be on the safe side" thing that the Kree high command had going.
  • Winged Humanoid: Of the "insect wings" variety.

The Hulk/Dr. Bruce Banner

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 Banner: "You could make a difference. You could save Thor, just like you saved Samson, in the Cube."

Hulk: "Funny. I don't remember Thor coming to save me."

Banner: "If you help, it'll help us. If you stand by other heroes... if you save lives, people will begin to see that the Hulk isn't a monster. That you can be a force for good!"

 Hulk: "Everything you said was true. I am a monster..."

Banner: "That's only true if you let it be. Walk away now, and it will be."

Mutated by exposure to Gamma Radiation, Bruce Banner developed an alternate personality that manifested as the rampaging monster known as The Hulk. However, Banner and Hulk have made peace with one another, and are set on proving their worth to the world while also seeking to undo the damage done by other beings harmed by gamma radiation.

 Voiced By: Fred Tatasciore (Hulk), Gabriel Mann (Bruce Banner)

First appearance: "Hulk Vs. The World" (Micro-Episode: "The Coming of the Hulk")

Member since: "Breakout, Part 2" captured by Hulkbusters in "Nightmare in Red"

  • The Atoner: Hulk's out to make up for the damage he's caused, as well as prove to the world he's not someone to be feared.
  • Badass
    • Arguably Adaptational Badass to a degree; while his strength is nothing new, the fact that he's more intelligent in combat makes him even more badass.
  • Bash Brothers: Can be this with the Thing if they're too busy to fight each other instead. Or with Thor, or with Hawkeye.
  • Berserk Button: Although the Hulk is already perpetually angry, nothing gets him riled up like implying he's not the strongest of them all.
  • Big Eater: He goes berserk if he doesn't get a meal for some time, much more than the rest of the team do.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Pulls this off in Gamma World Part 2 with Hawkeye; when the rest of the team is incapacitated by the gamma rays, he and Hawkeye are the ones who take the Leader down.
  • The Big Guy: A role shared with Thor.
  • Blood Knight: The Hulk loves to fight.
  • Boisterous Bruiser
  • Comedic Sociopathy: His fights with the Thing could be seen as this.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Determinator: Boy, howdy, is he ever!
  • Hulking Out
  • Hulk Speak: For the first time in a while, averted. Though he uses this at times, the Hulk is capable of speaking in full sentences most of the time.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He's as violent as ever, and seemed to be on the verge of actually killing Absorbing Man. But then he goes out of his way to save people's lives, even when they're attacking him and saving them will screw him over. According to Banner, he managed to reconcile with his alter ego, and since then, the Hulk's tried to become a hero in his own right. This culminates in his arriving to help the team against Graviton in the premiere.
    • Consider how he also stands up for Hawkeye when the rest of the team is going paranoid and threatening to beat Hawkeye to a pulp.
  • The Lancer
  • The Obi-Wan: Banner acts as this to Hulk.
  • One-Man Army
  • Psychotic Smirk: Whenever the Hulk smiles in the midst of battle, any goons nearby would be wise to flee all the faster.
  • The Smart Guy: Banner.
  • Split Personality Takeover: A rare consensual one; Hulk and Banner make a deal that Hulk works to be a hero if he gets to stay as Hulk all the time, although Banner gets to come out once a month.
  • Unstoppable Rage
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Thor, though after Hawkeye joins, this trope is in full effect (the fact that Hawkeye and Black Widow took him down after General Ross weakened him may be a reason why). With the former, Hulk frequently argues with and calls him "Goldilocks", but he shouts "This! Is for! Thor!" at Ultron after he seems to have killed him. With Hawkeye, the two share popcorn and a couple laughs as Tony Stark loses to Steve in a boxing match. Hulk, Thor, and Hawkeye also have a Body Count Competition while fending off Kang's invasion of New York.
    • There seems to be shades of this between Hulk and Thing as well, with double emphasis on the "vitriolic."
  • Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds
  • Would Hit a Girl

Season 1 Additions

Captain America/Steven "Steve" Rogers

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 "Those who forget history are doomed to repeat it."

Originally a frail, sickly young man, Steve Rogers was selected to become the first recipient of Abraham Erskine's super soldier formula. Forever transformed, he became the legendary Captain America, hero of World War II. Thought killed in battle with the Red Skull, Steve was actually frozen in ice, until he was discovered and revived by the Avengers. Now, he fights to avenge wrongs in the modern day.

After the Avengers overthrew Loki, Steve was kidnapped and replaced with a Skrull agent. After spending months as the Skrulls' prisoner, he leads an attack on the Skrulls, then tries to restore hope and earn back the trust of the people of Earth, after what his impostor did.

 Voiced By: Brian Bloom

First appearance: "Meet Captain America" (Micro-Episode: "Meet Captain America")

Member since: "Living Legend"

  • All-American Face
  • Badass Abnormal: The Super Soldier Serum enhances his strength and endurance to the level, where he can be hit by Thor's Mjolnir so hard, that ground under him is cratered, and remain standing, as demonstrated in his first episode.
    • It was his shield that was hit, and the ground presumably cratered from the shockwaves coming from Mjolnir that didn't directly strike the shield, which, being the shield, absorbs all force directed at it. Anyone could block Mjolnir with that shield.
  • Badass Biker
  • Brought Down to Normal: The Enchantress' spell in "Powerless!" caused Steve to revert to his weakling state, from before he became a super soldier.
  • Captain Patriotic: Naturally.
  • Deadly Disc: His shield can slice a Giant Mecha in half.
  • Deal with the Devil: Made one with Hela to stop Loki; how it plays out will remain to be seen (even after he beats Loki her reflection on his shield shows it will still haunt him)
  • Distressed Dude: After the Avengers overthrew Loki, Cap got captured by Skrulls, one of whom became his Evil Twin.
  • Hair of Gold
  • Hero with Bad Publicity: The Skrull's deeds cause the public to lose appreciation of Steve.
  • Human Popsicle: Just like in the comics, this is the reason why he's still young in the modern era.
  • Iconic Item: His mighty shield.
  • Impossibly Cool Weapon: Once again, his mighty shield.
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: Wouldn't be Captain America without this trope.
  • The Obi-Wan: To Iron Man, mostly.
  • Science Is Bad: Downplayed compared to Thor. Cap doesn't think all the technological advancements are a bad thing, he just thinks people rely on them too much and are too quick to abandon old (yet proven) methods.
  • Sealed Good in a Can
  • Shield-Bash: What else did you expect him to use?
  • The Good Captain
  • Wrecked Weapon: His shield. An animation error shows him holding it after Loki destroys it, even though he was using Sif's shield in the battle.
    • As of "Behold...The Vision", it's been repaired, and promptly gets a re-baptism of fire when it is used to kick Vision's ass.

Black Panther/King T'Challa

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 "What happens in Wakanda affects the world, so I will go out into the world. I will fight alongside our new allies!"

As the prince of Wakanda, T'Challa found himself exiled from his home when his father was killed by a conspiracy involving Klaw and M'Baku, the Man-Ape. He sought the help of the Avengers, manipulating them into helping him return to his homeland, where he defeated M'Baku and regained his throne. However, rather than rule himself, he opted to change his country for the better, turning control over to a council, while he joined the Avengers in order to gain their trust and become a better leader for his people.

 Voiced by: James C. Mathis III

First appearance: "The Man in the Ant Hill" (Micro-Episode: "Welcome to Wakanda")

Member since: "Panther's Quest"

 Wasp: (gasps) I forgot you talked!

  • Troll: T'Challa loves messing with Hawkeye.
  • We Used to Be Friends: Following the revelation that a Skrull has infiltrated the Avengers, and might have replaced Hawkeye, Panther takes longer than the others to renew his trust in the team. Even after Ms. Marvel, Wasp, and Hawkeye help fend off Wakanda from Skrulls, even after Queen Veranke gets arrested, Panther insists that he would rather stay on his Wakandan throne than work again with potentially dishonest crimefighters. He doesn't come back until the group stops Vision from stealing Vibranium.
  • You Killed My Father: To Man-Ape.

Hawkeye/Clint Barton

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 "Tick, tick, boom!"

 "I'm an Avenger. They're my partners now."

An elite agent for SHIELD, who worked with the Black Widow against high level threats like The Hulk, until Widow framed him as a double agent for HYDRA. Clint then became incarcerated in the Vault, but then set free during the breakout event. He soon managed to clear his name. Refusing to work with the SHIELD agents who doubted his innocence, he joined The Avengers in hopes of locating the Black Widow.

 Voiced By: Chris Cox

First appearance: "Hulk vs. The World" (Micro-Episode: "Hulk vs. The World")

Member since: "Gamma World, Part 2"

  • Anti-Hero: Type II on account of his argumentative and stubborn attitude, not to mention leaving the Black Widow to be mutated into a mindless mutant by the Leader's dome.
  • The Archer
  • Badass Biker: Rides a sky-cycle.
  • Badass Normal
  • Big Damn Heroes: Pulls this off with Hulk to stop the Leader in Gamma World
  • Clear My Name
  • Composite Character: Hawkeye has his 616 self's costume and personality, but starts out as a SHIELD agent like his Ultimate self rather than as a reformed criminal.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Hero with Bad Publicity: He starts out on the run from The Avengers and S.H.I.E.L.D. due to Black Widow framing him as a traitor. This is a Shout-Out to the character's first appearance in comics where he actually was a criminal.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: On his worst days (more frequently in Season 1) he's a full-on Jerkass but every so often he shows that he's not totally a selfish jerk.
  • Leaning on the Fourth Wall: On occasion. He comes the closest to doing it out of any character.

 "I don't know if I want to be part of a team that I have to keep saving every week."

  • Multishot
  • Odd Friendship: Somehow, the argumentative Hawkeye ended up becoming fairly close friends with Black Panther.
  • One-Man Army
  • Properly Paranoid: The first Avenger to suspect something was up with Michael Korvac.
  • Revenge Before Reason : Clint really wants payback against the Black Widow. Especially clear during the “Widows Sting”. Mockingbird puts it best “You disobeyed your team leader, dragged half your team out here, got a SHIELD agent captured. All to get back at a girl who lied to you. Real professional.” He seems to get better by the end of the episode though.
    • In a later episode, he mellows out further. To the point of giving Black Widow a farewell kiss.
    • It's probably really not a good idea to betray this guy, because he doesn't take it well. At. All. He left Black Widow to be turned into a gamma monster, and some of his threats toward her make it sound like he intends to actually kill her! Both times, Black Widow was noticeably shocked.
    • This (unsurprisingly) backfires on him during "Gamma World". He leaves Widow tied up right in the path of an oncoming energy wave that mutates people into gamma powered mutations. It's all but said that the Widow's newfound gamma strength allowed her to escape her bonds and flee.
  • Sir Not-Appearing-In-This-Trailer:
    • Hawkeye is curiously absent from the roll call of this trailer.
    • Among the five superheroes who became Avengers in both this show and in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Hawkeye appears the least frequently in publicity material (including the movie promo that Disney XD airings sometimes swap the theme song for). This presumably relates to the fact he has yet to receive a solo movie.
  • Smug Super: Which is interesting as he's the only member of the team without powers, but repeatedly goes on about how he's the best. Whether he genuinely believes it or not is debatable, of course.
  • Tan Lines: Though strangely not just on the one constantly bare arm.
  • Trick Arrow
  • Twang! "Hello.": Naturally, but he manages to up the ante on this trope.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Hulk, in the sense that the two argue frequently and rarely agree on anything, yet when push comes to shove the two will stand up for one another. Case in point is "Who Do You Trust", in which Hulk is one of the few people that stands up for Hawkeye when the other team members look like they're about to attack him (Nick Fury believed him to be a Skrull.)

Season 2 Additions

Ms. Marvel/Major Carol Danvers

 Who's up for a little first contact?

A friend of Wasp's who does research for the military. After Philip Lawson, aka Captain Mar-Vell, shields her from a Kree sentry's attack one night, she develops superpowers. She joins the Avengers in the midst of Kree invasions. Carol also works as an agent for SWORD, the division of SHIELD that tackles extraterrestrial threats.

 Voiced By: Jennifer Hale

First appearance: "459"

Member since: "Welcome to the Kree Empire"

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