10 Marvel villains who deserve their own MCU movie

We love to hate them, but we'd love to see them. Let's talk about 10 Marvel villains who need an origin movie.
Marvel's Guardians Of The Galaxy..Thanos (voiced by Josh Brolin)..Ph: Film Frame..©Marvel 2014
Marvel's Guardians Of The Galaxy..Thanos (voiced by Josh Brolin)..Ph: Film Frame..©Marvel 2014 /
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7. Kang the Conqueror

Of course I had to add him - he's my favorite Marvel villain after all.

Imagine hopping through time like you're skipping stones across a pond, but instead of stones, you're tossing entire civilizations into chaos. Welcome to the world of Kang the Conqueror, the time-traveling tyrant with a wardrobe that spans centuries and a knack for making the Avengers look like they're stuck in a history quiz they didn't study for.

A solo movie for Kang? Yes, please. It'd be a tad like Back to the Future met Game of Thrones, and they decided to take over the universe. This isn't just about a guy with a fancy time machine, it's about exploring the why behind the conquer. What makes a man with the power to visit any world or timeline decide his best option is to just... rule them all? Each timeline is a story, each conquest a drama, and behind every version of Kang, there's a tale itching to be told. Why settle for one villain when you can have a multitude, each with his own flavor of tyranny?

Let's not forget the drama of Kang's internal conflicts. Imagine one Kang sipping tea in Victorian England, another rocking out at a 1980s metal concert, and yet another trying to conquer ancient Rome, all while they bicker among themselves about who wore it best - or, more accurately, who conquers best. Kang's isn't your everyday villainy. This movie would be a Shakespearean tragedy with a sci-fi twist. Each Kang believes he's the ultimate version, leading to a battle of wits, strategy, and time-hopping shenanigans that would put any soap opera to shame.

The potential for humor, heartbreak, and, of course, a healthy dose of world-threatening action makes Kang's solo movie a must-see. After all, who wouldn't want to watch a villain argue with himself over the ethics of timeline manipulation, all while trying to outsmart the heroes and his other selves? It's a blockbuster waiting to happen, with a side of existential crisis, and I am begging for it.