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NOTE: This article is about the incarnation of Grant Ward from the Marvel Cinematic film series. The mainstream version can be found here: Grant Ward (Comics).
Villain Overview

I'm everyone's type.
~ Grant Ward showing his true colors to Raina - and his most famous quote.

Grant Ward is one of the two main antagonists (the other being Daniel Whitehall) of the TV series Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. He appears as the secondary antagonist of Season 1, one of the two secondary antagonists (along with Sunil Bakshi) of Season 2, the central antagonist of Season 3, a posthumous antagonist throughout the rest of the series and a mentioned character in Season 7. A version of Ward also appeared in the Agents of HYDRA arc of Season 4 as a major character.

Initially appearing as a loyal S.H.I.E.L.D. black ops specialist, Ward was revealed to be a sadistic, manipulative, delusional and sociopathic double agent of HYDRA before eventually rising to become one of the organization's remaining leaders. He is also considered the most personal and one of the most dangerous adversaries of the S.H.I.E.L.D. agents from his old team, as well as being the arch-nemesis of both their leader Phil Coulson, and his former love interest Daisy Johnson who is also his girlfriend in the Framework.

He was portrayed by Brett Dalton, who later played Hive (who was possessing Ward's body) in the same series, Agent Brick in Milo Murphy's Law and Parasite in Superman: Man of Tomorrow.


Having grown up abused by his own family, Ward was recruited and trained by John Garrett before becoming one of the many HYDRA agents who had infiltrated S.H.I.E.L.D. He strategically got himself onto Phil Coulson's team under the orders of Garrett, who was secretly a mastermind known as the Clairvoyant that ran the Centipede Group. During this time, he began feigning interest in his teammates, especially the hacker Daisy "Skye" Johnson, whom he developed genuine feelings for.

Following Garrett's death, Ward went on a journey of self-discovery that involved killing his own family and rejoining HYDRA under Daniel Whitehall to fulfill his promise to Skye in reuniting her with her father, Calvin Zabo. Following Whitehall's death, Ward began helping former S.H.I.E.L.D. operative Kara Palamas, aka Agent 33, in gaining closure against the ones who were responsible for her being brainwashed by HYDRA, including Sunil Bakshi. Ultimately, Ward was tricked by Melinda May into killing Kara during their kidnapping of Bobbi Morse, one of the targets of Kara's revenge.

Blaming S.H.I.E.L.D. for his own pain, Ward became one of the remaining leaders of HYDRA to avenge Kara. He later teams up with co-leader Gideon Malick to help in bringing back an ancient Inhuman that inspired HYDRA's creation, Hive. After Ward later killed Phil Coulson's girlfriend, Rosalind Price, he was finally killed by the former to avenge Price and his other victims. However, shortly after his death, Ward's body became the host of Hive until the latter was ultimately destroyed, thus destroying Ward altogether.


S.H.I.E.L.D. Identity

I'm agent Grant Ward. I could rupture your spleen with my left pinky... blindfolded.
~ Jemma Simmons imitating Grant Ward.

Ward's facade, as he earns the team's trust by saving Jemma Simmons' life.

Grant Ward, while infiltrating as an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., generally had a bad temper but was able to stay calm and collected during sticky situations. He was slightly anti-social with strong morals and was known to be "deadly". On his days off, however, he enjoyed a nice book or even singing along to his favorite West Side Story song. As time progressed, Ward seemed to soften somewhat, developing friendships with his fellow Agents, which was eventually cemented upon rescuing Agent Simmons after she jumped from the Bus. Ward did not seem overtly interested in relationships but for a time had a purely sexual relationship with Agent May. However, when he began to develop feelings for Skye, this arrangement ended.

True Personality

You're such a hypocrite. You say I betrayed her? What about you? You betrayed your entire team. How many people who trusted you have died? See, I've seen the real Grant Ward, the one buried deep inside. He's a coward who always has an excuse or someone else to blame.
~ Bobbi Morse to Grant Ward about his true nature.

Skye's message to the rest of the team about Ward's true allegiance after he killed Eric Koenig.

However, in reality, Ward was a master manipulator who was able to adjust his personality in order to gain the trust of others. During his time as a part of Project Centipede, Ward was shown to be blindly loyal to Garrett, whom he viewed as a father figure, and that he owed him everything. This was contributed to after Garrett trained a young Ward when he felt torn down by his family's abuse. Regarding his loyalties to Garrett and Coulson's team, Ward did appear partially conflicted, especially with his genuine feelings for many of his teammates and his increasing reservations about Garrett's actions, especially after he took the GH.325 formula. This was backed by the fact that he couldn't bring himself to directly murder Leo Fitz and Simmons, but instead ejected them into the ocean.

Following Garrett's death, Ward slowly evolved into his own person. During his imprisonment, Ward became more remorseless as he attempted to use his knowledge of Skye's father to exploit her regardless if it emotionally hurts her. He also murdered numerous guards during his escape, and also both his brother and his parents as revenge for the years of abuse they put him through, and showed a lack of empathy when Daniel Whitehall confronted him about it. Ward slowly became more delusional, which started when he believed that aiding the team against HYDRA would help re-earn their trust, but this ultimately ended when Skye and Simmons both attempted to kill him on separate occasions. Ward was also a hypocrite, as he believed that because his family tortured him for years as a child, he had every right to kill them and that it justified all of the cruel acts he has committed. During his time of torturing Bobbi Morse to help Agent 33 gain closure for Whitehall brainwashing her, Ward showed to be far more sadistic, as he showed signs of enjoying the pain that they were inflicting on her. After being tricked by Melinda May into killing Kara Palamas, this was the last straw for Ward, as he vowed vengeance against S.H.I.E.L.D. (particularly, against Coulson, May, Skye, Fitz, Simmons, Bobbi, and Hunter) and was willing to rebuild HYDRA as one of its last remaining leaders into order to gain "closure."

Ward abandoning his remaining morals by rejoining HYDRA as its director in order to exact vengeance on his old team.

During his time as the director of HYDRA and having accidentally killed Agent 33 and lost all connections to the team he initially cared for, Ward effectively severed all ties to his humanity and whatever form of conscience he had retained before was erased. His sole objective was to subject S.H.I.E.L.D. and Coulson to the same amount of suffering as he had. Ward had also slightly became more arrogant and narcissistic as he viewed his beliefs were above all others', and when he recruited Werner von Strucker, he assumed that after one act of savagery, the boy could murder Andrew Garner, an act that caused Gideon Malick to chastise him. Ward was completely dismissive of the previous generation of HYDRA, believing their greed and lust for power was what led to the organization's collapse, which was partially true. Ward's sadism became more increased as he took great pleasure in killing Rosalind Price in front of Coulson, knowing that it would hurt him and would occasionally taunt him about it afterwards; and he showed a slight amount of enjoyment when he took part in both physically and emotionally torturing Fitz and Simmons, with Giyera's help.

However, overall, despite being manipulative, delusional, sadistic and remorseless of his past actions, Ward still deeply cared about his younger brother, Thomas, and even after being separated for fifteen years, Grant still loved him. When Coulson had Hunter point a gun to Thomas's head, Grant swore that he would cut Fitz from head to toe if they hurt him. However, upon learning that Thomas did not feel the same way about him and that he had in fact aided Coulson, Bobbi, and Hunter in finding his location, any remaining shreds of his sanity were finally destroyed as he then furiously tortured Simmons, whom he previously claimed to before that he would genuinely never hurt.

During his mission to Maveth to retrieve Hive, Ward realized that his life had gained a purpose. He reflected on how he lived his life and how he joined HYDRA, starting from because father figure, to vengeance, and to closure. Ward looked back and thought of how things were at that point, and because that he was chosen for this mission, he felt that for the first time, his life was important for something. He actually felt truly loyal to the HYDRA organization rather than any individual HYDRA operative. He even spoke the words "Hail HYDRA" for the first time in his career.

Despite everything Ward has done, he is still just a product of his own environment. Being abused by his own family left him vulnerable and impressionable and John Garret took advantage of this and set him on his dark path. Despite being delusional, psychopathic and sadistic, Ward is still ultimately a tragic Villain who still was capable of remorse especially with his old team. In season 4 it was revealed that if John Garret wasn't the person to break Ward out of prison, then Ward could have been a good person suggesting that Ward had good in him all along.


Remain alert around Agent Ward. He's a trained killer, one of the best.
~ Daniel Whitehall alerting his men to be careful around Ward, whose training and capabilities he openly complimented on.

Ward's training has proven dangerous as he's used his combat, marksmanship, espionage and manipulative skillsets to blindside both S.H.I.E.L.D. and his enemies numerous times.

  • Excellent Physical Condition: Ward passed S.H.I.E.L.D.'s combat clearance tests with flying colors.
  • Master Martial Artist: Ward was a master in hand-to-hand combat. His fighting style combined elements of Kali, Boxing, Jeet Kune Do, and Krav Maga. Maria Hill evaluated his fighting skills with the highest available marks for S.H.I.E.L.D.'s standards, and able to match the agency's best fighters. Daniel Whitehall considered him as one of the best killers. Ward often used this to take down many opponents at the same time, whether security, or other S.H.I.E.L.D agents. He managed to defeat multiple opponents whose strength surpassed his, even defeating the enhanced Centipede Soldiers
  • Master Marksman: Ward was an extremely accurate marksman skilled in sharpshooting and sniping. John Garrett recommended Ward to take this course in S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy after Ward spent time in the woods using this skill to hunt for food. Ward has famously made a shot from over 1000 yards; Ward says it was 2000. He was also able to shoot Rosalind Price from a long distance, aiming accurately at her neck in order to let her die slowly in front of Phil Coulson.
  • Multilingualism: Ward was fluent in 6 languages, including English, French, Italian, Russian, Spanish, and one more. Ward used this skill in missions in Paris, South Ossetia, and Peru, most times as an undercover agent. He had used such skills on the train in Italy, in the Todorov Building in Belarus, and when arriving at the Barbershop Headquarters in Cuba.
  • Master Spy: Ward was a proficient agent trained in espionage, stealth, disguise and infiltration. He has spent years on some missions as an undercover agent. When taking a Lie Detector test, Ward put splinters of cable wire into his fingers to confuse the sensors. Infamously, Ward used this skill to infiltrate S.H.I.E.L.D. as a HYDRA operative, spending years gaining trust and respect. When questioned by Raina, he explained to her methods that he used to solidify his place on Coulson's Team.
  • Expert Pilot: Ward was a competent pilot, able to maneuver a huge aircraft such as the Bus.
  • Expert Tactician: When Ward suspected that S.H.I.E.L.D. was pursuing him, he knew that they would send agents that he had never met. Ward observed that Bobbi Morse was not changing her page as she pretended to read a book. He also spotted Antoine Triplett at the bus station, subtly revealing his explosives to the agent. After the death of Kara Palamas, Ward made his goal to rebuild HYDRA from the ashes, starting with a small cell of only four operatives. Six months later, Ward had dozens of operatives under his command, all of them unscrupulous and trained in brutal fights to the death

List of Victims

  • Buddy (reluctantly)
  • Nahui (accidentally)
  • Thomas Nash
  • Victoria Hand
  • Two unnamed S.H.I.E.L.D. agents
  • Eric Koenig
  • Four unnamed F.B.I. agents
  • Unnamed Goldbrix Taverns bartender
  • Two unnamed HYDRA bodyguards
  • His mother
  • His father
  • Christian Ward
  • Selwyn
  • Staff Sergeant Campbell
  • Sunil Bakshi (indirectly caused)
  • Unnamed S.H.I.E.L.D. agent
  • Kara Palamas/Agent 33 (accidentally)
  • Werner von Strucker’s unnamed bodyguard
  • Andrew Garner’s unnamed bodyguard (caused)
  • Three unnamed HYDRA assassins
  • Unnamed flight attendant
  • Rosalind Price
  • Countless S.H.I.E.L.D. agents (both directly and caused)
  • Countless unnamed HYDRA agents (both directly and caused)
  • Innumerable civilians on plane



  • Mother † - Abusive Mother and Victim
  • Father † - Abusive Father and Victim
  • Christian Ward † - Abusive Older Brother and Victim
  • Thomas Ward - Brother and Former Best Friend
  • Sister
  • Anna Ward - Sister-in-Law




Appearances of Grant Ward

Season 1

  • "Pilot"
  • "0-8-4"
  • "The Asset"
  • "Eye-Spy"
  • "Girl in the Flower Dress"
  • "FZZT"
  • "The Hub"
  • "The Well"
  • "Repairs"
  • "The Bridge"
  • "The Magical Place"
  • "Seeds"
  • "T.R.A.C.K.S."
  • "TAHITI"
  • "Yes Men"
  • "End of the Beginning"
  • "Turn, Turn, Turn"
  • "Providence"
  • "The Only Light in the Darkness"
  • "Nothing Personal"
  • "Ragtag"
  • "Beginning of the End"

Season 2

  • "Shadows"
  • "Making Friends and Influencing People"
  • "Face My Enemy" (mentioned)
  • "A Hen in the Wolf House"
  • "A Fractured House"
  • "The Writing on the Wall"
  • "The Things We Bury"
  • "...Ye Who Enter Here"
  • "What We Become"
  • "Aftershocks" (mentioned)
  • "Who You Really Are" (mentioned)
  • "Love in the Time of HYDRA"
  • "One Door Closes" (mentioned)
  • "Afterlife" (mentioned)
  • "The Frenemy of My Enemy"
  • "The Dirty Half Dozen"
  • "Scars"
  • "S.O.S. Part One"
  • "S.O.S. Part Two"

Season 3

  • "Laws of Nature" (mentioned)
  • "Purpose in the Machine"
  • "A Wanted (Inhu)man" (mentioned)
  • "Devils You Know"
  • "Among Us Hide..."
  • "Chaos Theory"
  • "Many Heads, One Tale"
  • "Closure"
  • "Maveth"
  • "Bouncing Back" (mentioned; corpse possessed by Hive)
  • "The Inside Man" (mentioned; corpse possessed by Hive)
  • "Parting Shot" (mentioned)
  • "Spacetime" (mentioned; corpse possessed by Hive)
  • "Paradise Lost" (mentioned; corpse possessed by Hive)
  • "The Team" (mentioned; corpse possessed by Hive)
  • "The Singularity" (mentioned; corpse possessed by Hive)
  • "Failed Experiments" (mentioned; corpse possessed by Hive)
  • "Emancipation" (mentioned; corpse possessed by Hive)
  • "Absolution" (mentioned; corpse possessed by Hive)
  • "Ascension" (mentioned; corpse possessed by Hive)

Season 4

  • "Hot Potato Soup" (mentioned)
  • "Self Control" (appeared as Framework counterpart)
  • "What If..." (appeared as Framework counterpart)
  • "Identity and Change" (mentioned; also appeared as Framework counterpart)
  • "No Regrets" (mentioned; also appeared as Framework counterpart)
  • "All the Madame's Men" (mentioned; also appeared as Framework counterpart)

Season 5

  • "The Real Deal" (flashback)
  • "Principia" (mentioned)

Season 6

  • "Fear and Loathing on the Planet of Kitson" (indirectly mentioned)
  • "From the Ashes" (mentioned)

Season 7

  • "Brand New Day" (mentioned)


Do you think this has been easy on me? Do you have any idea how hard it was? The sacrifices, the decisions I had to make? But I made them. Because that's what I do. I'm a survivor.
~ Ward trying to excuse his actions to Skye.
I know sacrifice, what it takes to move forward in life.
~ Ward upon meeting Daniel Whitehall.
My family did a number on me. Stripped me down. Left me...hollow. I was a shell. So, when someone finally did come along, and offered to build me back up, I didn't resist. Even though what he really did was make me a killer.
~ Ward explaining his origins to Agent 33.
I know. It's what I regret the most. Not the lying, the S.H.I.E.L.D. agents I had to put down, and I'm sorry not even dropping you two in the ocean. It's this. My actions destroyed this. I'll regret that forever. 'Cause there were good times. Right? Before? I mean, for a while there, we were a good team. Weren't we?
~ Ward trying to "apologize" for his actions to his old team.
It's gonna be a long night. I knew you'd be tough. Coulson's got a good eye for talent. Always a little blind when it comes to spies in his own house. You know, you and I are a lot alike. Both of us are living one life on the outside. But who we really are. We keep that buried deep inside when no one can ever find them. It's why Coulson never saw us coming. That's why you never saw me coming.
~ Ward antagonizing Bobbi Morse while he tortures her.
Do you understand who you work for now? Good. I'm done flying solo. I miss having a team around me. I want more names.
~ Ward addressing to HYDRA operatives as their new leader.
HYDRA's fractured in pieces. We're going to rebuild it. The right way. By force.
~ Ward explaining his goal as he recruits Werner von Strucker.
Ladies and gentlemen, please return to your seats and keep your seat belts fastened. You may experience some turbulence coming up. Don't be alarmed. That's just your pilot diving to equalize cabin pressure before you freeze to death. Oh, and, uh... from all of us here at HYDRA, thanks for flying the friendly skies.
~ Ward tells plane passengers over the intercom before jumping out.
Now you know how it feels, Coulson, to watch someone you care for bleed out right in front of you.
~ Ward tormenting Coulson over the phone after killing Rosalind Price.
I'm not looking for mercy or absolution. I just want you to know, I've been where you are right now. Filled with rage, wanting revenge... I chose HYDRA for petty, personal, selfish reasons... for a father figure, for vengeance... for closure. But what I saw today gave my life meaning. For the first time ever, I have a sense of satisfaction that I never experienced when I was seeking revenge. Everyone had this place wrong... It isn't death... It's a new beginning. Malick was right. This is all meant to be. And the fact that you followed me here, that we're in this together, that just confirms the fact that I am part of a grand plan. I see that now.
~ Grant Ward's final monologue to Phil Coulson.


  • Following the reveal of Ward being HYDRA, the character garnered a fan following, with a group known as "Ward Warriors" often using the hashtag, "#StandWithWard" on social media, something which even surprised the actor Brett Dalton. Later, as a "shoutout" to the fans, Agent 33 says "I will always stand with Ward" in the second-season finale, S.O.S.
    • Regardless, Ward has remained as one of the show's most popular characters, as well as being one of its best villains to date.
  • Even before his reveal in the episode Turn, Turn, Turn, he was seduced and turned evil by Lorelei two episodes earlier and ended up having sex with her.
  • If you define the words in Grant's name individually, Grant means "great", Douglas means "dark", and Ward means "protector". Consequently, Grant Douglas Ward means "Great Dark Protector", possibly alluding to his true nature.
  • Before his death, Ward was speculated to be an adaptation of Taskmaster due to not being a character originally from comics, and since Skye was revealed to be an adaption of Daisy Johnson/Quake.
  • Following the reveal that Skye's real name was Daisy Johnson, Ward was later speculated to be an adaption of Secret Warriors member, Hellfire, due to both of them having genuine feelings for Daisy. This theory was debunked following his death.
  • Ward is the first antagonist (and main antagonist) in the entire TV series whose actor was listed as a series regular.
    • Also, Ward's death marks the third time Coulson killed a main antagonist in the series, with the first two being John Garrett and Daniel Whitehall. Ward is also the first main antagonist Coulson hasn't killed behind his back.
    • Ward is the second main antagonist that never originated from the Marvel Comics Universe, following Jiaying.
      • However, due to his popularity in the series alongside the other original main characters (Melinda May, Leo Fitz and Jemma Simmons), an incarnation of Ward was later introduced in the mainstream Marvel universe.
  • A recurring theme in the series was that Ward is shot every mid-season finale he appeared in. In Season 1, he gets shot by a Centipede Project helicopter (presumably on Garrett's orders to maintain Ward's cover); in Season 2, he gets shot by Daisy four times in the back; and in Season 3, he gets shot by Coulson twice, before finally killing him on Maveth, leaving his prosthetic hand (the murder weapon) next to his body.
  • Ward can be considered as the overall central antagonist of the third season, considering that he was a direct threat in the first half of the season; and while in the second half, not only Hive would use his memories and capabilities against S.H.I.E.L.D., the fallout of Ward's death and his actions would have ramifications throughout the entire season.
  • In the penultimate episode of Season 3, Absolution, Daisy mentions to Coulson how Ward was brainwashed. Though this statement remains ambiguous, it's possible he was indeed brainwashed this whole time. During the second half of Season 1, Ward was completely loyal to Garrett, obeying his every command regardless of his action's consequences. After Garrett's death, he loses purpose in his life and tried to kill himself three times during his imprisonment. During Season 2, he makes a list of illogical choices (risking his life to get Coulson Sunil Bakshi only hours after escaping; later killing his abusive parents and older brother and rejoining HYDRA so he can keep his promise to Daisy by reuniting her with her father). After Daisy shoots him, Ward starts seeking personal independence, not working with many people until Agent 33 dies and decides to rejoin HYDRA as its new leader. All of the potential evidence is supported by the state of Agent 33's similar actions following Whitehall's death. It's also notable that 33 act antagonistically even after scans of her brain proved that her brainwash effects had been fully removed. This is interpreted that Daisy learned from experience that there's more than one brainwashing method and thus, emotional manipulation was a likely method under which Ward could have been brainwashed.
  • Ward has a good counterpart in the Framework, who was recruited by Victoria Hand as opposed to John Garrett and therefore learned from a genuine and benevolent mentor instead of a toxic one. This version of Grant Ward serves as an exploration of what the real Grant could have been had he truly been the person he pretended to be, and suggests to Daisy that he actually had good inside him all along.
  • Ward also appeared in the the comic book Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The Chase, which is set between the episodes "Seeds" and "T.R.A.C.K.S.".

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Daredevil (Season 1)
Kingpin | James Wesley | Leland Owlsley | Vanessa Marianna | Turk Barrett | Christian Blake | John Healy | Bill Fisk
The Hand: Madame Gao | Nobu Yoshioka
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D (Season 3)
HYDRA: Hive | Grant Ward | Gideon Malick | Kebo | Werner von Strucker | Giyera | Lucio | Hellfire | Alisha Whitley | Primitives
Watchdogs: Felix Blake | Holden Radcliffe | Aida
Others: Lash | Victor Ramon | Absorbing Man
Agent Carter (Season 2)
Whitney Frost | Dottie Underwood
Jessica Jones (Season 1)
Kilgrave | Will Simpson | Dorothy Walker | Audrey Eastman
Daredevil (Season 2)
The Hand: Nobu Yoshioka | Madame Gao
Others: Punisher | Elektra Natchios | Blacksmith | Turk Barrett | Kingpin
Luke Cage (Season 1)
Diamondback | Cottonmouth | Black Mariah | Shades | Turk Barrett
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D (Season 4)
Eli Morrow | Holden Radcliffe | Aida | Lucy Bauer
Watchdogs: Anton Ivanov | Tucker Shockley | Ellen Nadeer | Hellfire
HYDRA: Dr. Leopold Fitz | Alistair Fitz
Iron Fist (Season 1)
Harold Meachum
The Hand: Madame Gao | Bakuto
Others: Jim Pierce
The Defenders
The Hand: Alexandra Reid | Elektra Natchios | Madame Gao | Bakuto | Murakami | Sowande
Others: Turk Barrett
The Punisher (Season 1)
Punisher | Agent Orange | Jigsaw | Lewis Wilson | Blacksmith | Turk Barrett | Morty Bennett | Carson Wolf | Tony Gnucci | Lance | Paulie | Leo
Runaways (Season 1)
The Pride: Jonah | Leslie Dean | Tina Minoru | Robert Minoru | Geoffrey Wilder | Catherine Wilder | Victor Stein | Janet Stein | Dale Yorkes | Stacey Yorkes
Others: Frank Dean | Darius Davis | Detective Flores
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 5)
Kree Empire: Kasius | Sinara | Faulnak | Vicar | Tye
HYDRA: General Hale | Ruby Hale | Qovas | Werner von Strucker | Anton Ivanov | Absorbing Man | Dr. Leopold Fitz
Others: Grill | Samuel Voss | Graviton | Thanos
Jessica Jones (Season 2)
Alisa Jones | Karl Malus | Pryce Cheng | Dorothy Walker | Turk Barrett
Cloak and Dagger (Season 1)
Roxxon Corporation: Peter Scarborough | Terrors
Others: Detective Connors
Luke Cage (Season 2)
Black Mariah | Bushmaster | Shades | Turk Barrett
Iron Fist (Season 2)
Steel Serpent | Typhoid Mary | Turk Barrett
Daredevil (Season 3)
Kingpin | Bullseye | Vanessa Marianna | Tammy Hattley | Felix Manning | Rosalie Carbone
Runaways (Season 2)
Magistrate Family: Jonah
The Pride: Leslie Dean | Victor Stein | Janet Stein | Tina Minoru | Robert Minoru | Geoffrey Wilder | Catherine Wilder | Dale Yorkes | Stacey Yorkes
Others: Frank Dean | Darius Davis | Detective Flores | Topher | Anthony Wall/AWOL
The Punisher (Season 2)
Punisher | Anderson Schultz | John Pilgrim | Jigsaw | Eliza Schultz | Krista Dumont | Turk Barrett
Cloak & Dagger (Season 2)
D'Spayre | Mayhem | Detective Connors | Lia Dewan
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 6)
Izel | Shrike
Sarge's Squad: Sarge | Snowflake | Jaco | Pax
Others: Malachi | Atarah | Dr. Leopold Fitz | Id Simmons | Isaiah | Baal-Gad
Jessica Jones (Season 3)
Trish Walker | Gregory Sallinger | Dorothy Walker
Runaways (Season 3)
The Coven: Morgan le Fay | Cassandra | Bronwyn
The Pride: | Victor Stein | Janet Stein | Leslie Dean | Tina Minoru | Robert Minoru | Geoffrey Wilder | Catherine Wilder | Dale Yorkes | Stacey Yorkes
Magistrate Family: Jonah
Others: Anthony Wall/AWOL
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 7)
Nathaniel Malick | Sibyl | Luke | Abel | Wilfred Malick | Kora | John Garrett
Marduk Helstrom | Kthara | Basar | Magoth | Raum
Scarlet Witch | Agatha Harkness
Salem Witches Coven: Evanora Harkness
Others: Tyler Hayward | Skrulls
The Falcon and The Winter Soldier
Winter Soldier | Sharon Carter | Baron Zemo
Flag Smashers: Flag-Smasher | Dovich | Gigi | DeeDee | Lennox | Nico | Matias | Diego
LAF: Georges Batroc | Louie
Others: Senator Atwood | Valentina Allegra de Fontaine
Loki (Season 1)
Loki Laufeyson's Variants: Loki Laufeyson (Variant L1130) | Sylvie Laufeydottir | Classic Loki | Kid Loki | Alligator Loki | Boastful Loki | President Loki | Glamshades Loki | Pokey Loki | Bicycle Loki
Time Variance Authority: He Who Remains | Ravonna Renslayer | Miss Minutes | Hunter D-90 | Minuteman 90018371
Others: Alioth
What If...? (Season 1)
Main Antagonists: Infinity Ultron | Red Skull | HYDRA's Champion | The Collector | Yellowjacket | Strange Supreme | Zombies (Iron Man, Captain America, Hawkeye, Falcon, Doctor Strange, Wong, Ebony Maw, Cull Obsidian, Hank Pym, Janet van Dyne, Hope van Dyne, Happy Hogan, Sharon Carter, Scarlet Witch & Thanos) | Vision | Prince Killmonger | Arnim Zola
Others: Arnim Zola | Heinz Kruger | Black Order (Ebony Maw | Proxima Midnight | Corvus Glaive | Cull Obsidian) | Ego | Brock Rumlow | Jack Rollins | Loki Laufeyson | Thunderbolt Ross | Whiplash | The Destroyer | Dormammu | Ulysses Klaue | Batroc

See Also
Ant-Man Villains | Avengers Villains | Black Panther Villains | Captain America Villains | Captain Marvel Villains | Cloak & Dagger Villains | Daredevil Villains | Defenders Villains | Doctor Strange Villains | Ghost Rider Villains | Guardians of the Galaxy Villains | Hulk Villains | Inhumans Villains | Iron Fist Villains | Iron Man Villains | Jessica Jones Villains | Luke Cage Villains | Moon Knight Villains | Punisher Villains | Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Villains | Spider-Man Villains | Thor Villains

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Leaders: Hive | Grant Ward | Daniel Whitehall | List | Wolfgang von Strucker | Gideon Malick | Wilfred Malick
High-Ranking Members: Jasper Sitwell | Sunil Bakshi | General Hale
Centipede Group: John Garrett | Ian Quinn | Raina | Deathlok | Scorch
Operatives: Kaminsky | Absorbing Man | Blizzard | Agent 33 | Kebo | Giyera | Lucio | Alisha Whitley | Hellfire | Ruby Hale
Soldiers: Primitives
Other Officials: Werner von Strucker | Kirk Vogel | Nathaniel Malick
Framework: Aida | Dr. Leopold Fitz | Alistair Fitz
Affiliates: Vanchat | Qovas | Anton Ivanov

Leaders: Anton Ivanov | Felix Blake
Operatives: Tucker Shockley
Affiliates: Ellen Nadeer | Hellfire | Victor Ramon | Holden Radcliffe | Aida

Kree Empire
High-Ranking Officials: Kasius
Operatives: Vin-Tak | Sinara | Faulnak | Vicar
Affilitates: Tye

Sarge's Squad
Leader: Sarge
Operatives: Snowflake | Jaco | Pax

Leaders: Atarah | Sibyl
Hunters: Malachi | Isaiah | Baal-Gad | Luke
Associates: Nathaniel Malick | Kora | John Garrett

Calvin L. Johnson | Camilla Reyes | Christian Ward | Eli Morrow | Franklin Hall | Graviton | Grill | Izel | Jakob Nystrom | Jiaying | Katya Belyakov | Lash | Lorelei | Lucy Bauer | Marcus Daniels | Roxxon Energy Corporation | Samuel Voss | Shrike | Thanos