7 Black Widow Villains That Never Appeared In The MCU

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Melina Vostokoff, A.K.A. Iron Maiden

Making her Marvel Comics debut in 1983, Melina Vostokoff was originally depicted as an agent of the Russian government who had been living in the shadow of the legendary Black Widow.

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Sheoke Sanada, A.K.A. Snapdragon

Sheoke Sanada was introduced in 1983's Marvel Fanfare #12 in Marvel Comics. A skilled martial artist, Sanada, operating under the moniker Snapdragon,

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Ophelia Sarkissian, A.K.A. Madame Hydra

Raised by Daniel Whitehall, a.k.a. Kraken, deep within HYDRA, Ophelia Sarkissian was depicted as a villain from day one, more recently as the Viper, but originally as Madame Hydra.

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Damon Dran, A.K.A. Indestructible Man

Introduced to Marvel Comics in 1972, Damon Dran was a powerful businessman who, paranoid about his own mortality, stole the mysterious Project Four that allowed him to become Indestructible Man.

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Ivan Petrovich Bezukhov

Ivan Petrovich Bezukhov is one of the Black Widow's most interesting villains in Marvel Comics, as he was depicted as an ally to Romanoff for most of his life.

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Prophet

One of Black Widow's more recent enemies in Marvel Comics is Prophet, the leader of the organization Chaos, which provides laundered funding to armies and societies around the world.

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Anthony "Tony" Masters, A.K.A. Taskmaster

Anthony "Tony" Masters was born with the ability to perfectly mimic any other individual's movements, making him a stellar SHIELD agent when he joined as an adult.

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