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M.O.D.O.K., or M.O.D.O.C, is a supervillain from Marvel comics whose name stands for Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing (or Conquest in some versions). A creation of the villainous society known as A.I.M., he used to be a A.I.M. scientist named George Tarleton but was forcibly mutated into a grotesque and horrific monster/machine both in appearance and attitude. A.I.M. origanally wanted to use him as their weapon but he took over them instead. M.O.D.O.K. became a major reoccurring antagonist for both Captain America, agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Hulk, agent Sharon Carter, and even some villains such as Doctor Doom.
- 1 Biography
- 2 Ultimate Universe
- 3 Powers and Abilities
- 4 Other Media
- 4.1 Television
- 4.1.1 Iron Man (1994 Animated Series)
- 4.1.2 Iron Man: Armored Adventures
- 4.1.3 The Super Hero Squad Show
- 4.1.4 Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes
- 4.1.5 Ultimate Spider-Man
- 4.1.6 Avengers Assemble
- 4.1.7 Phineas and Ferb
- 4.1.8 Guardians of the Galaxy (Animated Short)
- 4.1.9 Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers
- 4.1.10 Spider-Man (2010 Animated Series)
- 4.1.11 M.O.D.O.K. (Hulu Animated Series)
- 4.1.12 Marvel Super Heroes: What The--?!
- 4.2 Video Games
- 4.1 Television
- 5 M.O.D.O.K.-Inspired Characters
- 6 Trivia
- 7 Navigation
Formerly George Tarleton, M.O.D.O.K. was created by A.I.M. scientists to be used as an intelligent bio-weapon. With their creation of the Cosmic Cube, they genetically altered George's DNA, resulting in M.O.D.O.C. Mental Organism Designed Only for Ccomputing (later changed to Killing). His prime objective was to study the Cosmic Cube, but he instead killed the people who created him and took over their organization.
M.O.D.O.K. had his first run-in with Captain America, who went to save Sharon Carter from an A.I.M. submarine. M.O.D.O.K. was unsuccessful with killing the Captain, so be made the ship self-destruct. He was later discovered to be alive after Red Skull took the Cosmic Cube and used it to swap minds with Captain America. He and A.I.M. tried to manipulate the Captain into doing their bidding, but Captain America was able to overcome them.
M.O.D.O.K. next created a cyborg out of one of his assassins and used him to help rob a bank, but the money was destroyed. Around this time he also failed again at killing Captain America. Soon after he created a duplicate of Bucky to try and kill Captain America, but the droids memories kept him from succeeding. M.O.D.O.K. then sent a giant robot to try and kill Captain America, which also failed.
M.O.D.O.K. briefly had a quarrel with Namor, who he defeated and imprisoned. He later had to battle with Doctor Doom, who teamed up with Namor. They caused the Cosmic Cube to explode and destroy the A.I.M. base.
Eventually, M.O.D.O.K. abducts a woman named Betty Ross and transformed her into a Hulk-like beast dubbed Harpy, in an attempt to defeat Bruce Banner. Banner ends up curing her in his eagles nest. M.O.D.O.K., not too happy about this development, arrives with his troops and kills the aerie's guardian, but the ship ended up self-destructing, and so everyone had to evacuate. Around this same time, M.O.D.O.K. joins in on the Black Lama's War of the Supervillains. Unfortunately; he was defeated by Iron Man. Later during this time, M.O.D.O.K. transformed Dr. Katherine Waynesboro into "Ms. M.O.D.O.K.". She quickly fell in love with him, wanting to marry him. She changed her mind after seeing M.O.D.O.K. disintegrate the Abomination, making him turn her back.
A.I.M. eventually abandoned M.O.D.O.K. altogether for his failures. This caused him to seek out Abomination to take revenge on his superiors, but he ended up being too feral to be of any use. During this attempt, he transforms an associate fo Bruce Banner into Ms. M.O.D.O.K.. This was short-lived as she was appalled by his goals and actions, demanding to be turned back to normal. Around this time, A.I.M. had become so outraged with M.O.D.O.K. that they hired the Serpent Society to assassinate him, their attempts being successful. After returning his body, his corpse was remotely operated in an attempt to destroy Iron Man, but this was unsuccessful. During M.O.D.O.K.'s death, he was replaced by M.O.D.A.M.. Eventually, M.O.D.O.K. is resurrected because A.I.M. needed assistance in recreating the Cosmic Cube, sacrificing M.O.D.A.M. to do so. He ended up getting lost in an alternate dimension which he traveled to willingly, but then returning with the villainous team known as Headman. M.O.D.O.K. helped them up until his taking back of A.I.M., going no further as to avoid conflict with the superhero team known as the Defenders.
M.O.D.O.K. had later tried to obtain an the invention of Mark Crusher. It's purpose was to turn the weak and the handy-capped into superheroes. Both he and A.I.M. were stopped by the Avengers. During this battle, M.O.D.O.K. was able to use the "Super Society"'s powers to create a massive humanoid body.
After another fight with a Canadian superhero, M.O.D.O.K. is captured by the United States Military, who wanted him to capture satellites and take control of the Stock Market. M.O.D.O.K. had later retained consciousness and swapped his mind with a man named Damocles Rives. He also converted his original body to pure data, sending it around the world in email form. Unfortunately for him; his original body had ended up killing every A.I.M. agent who had created him. M.O.D.O.K. in his new body battled the Falcon, Captain America, and Captain America's Anti embodiment, but was defeated and taken into custody.
He later escaped custody and took control over a lab in India and returned to his old body. After this failure he seeks the aid of the cybernetic species known as Phalanax by obtaining one of their samples, and also had some more brief encounters with rouge A.I.M. operatives (including his own son) and Ms. marvel. Behind the scenes, he had set up an elaborate plan which ended up restoring his power and A.I.M. status.
M.O.D.O.K.'s body eventually began to break down as the process that made him the way he was was unstable. He sought to regain stability by obtaining the G-TAC, but it was currently in possession of his forgotten biological son, Sean Madigan. Because agents of A.I.M. didn't want M.O.D.O.K. to be in it's control, they had commissioned Sean to help get rid of him. Sean ended up turning M.O.D.O.K. and his higher-ups against each other, which warranted Monica Rappaccini faction and Ms. Marvel's team to come in and defuse the situation. Around this time Sean modified the G-TAC to make it work against M.O.D.O.K. instead of cure him. Ms. Marvel flew M.O.D.O.K. into space to defuse it, killing him in the explosion. A.I.M.'s central organization disbanded, leaving splinter cells.
Angered about Monica's control over A.I.M., M.O.D.O.K. assembled a team to get revenge. They consisted of Puma, Mentallo, Armadillo Rodriguez, Chameleon, Nightshade, Living Laser, Rocket Racer, and Spot. His plot was to steal the "Hypernova", which could be used to make his ultimate weapon. It belonged to the Infinicide, who were naturally-evolved M.O.D.O.K.'s from the end of time. His team was infiltrated by A.I.M.'s Ultra Adaptoid and two of the members were working for others. M.O.D.O.K. secretly replaced the Hypernova while it was being obtained in the Dark Dimension. To M.O.D.O.K.'s prior knowledge, the Hypernova was unstable away from it's original race, and his real plan was to have Monica give him money for what was essentially a bomb. After it's success, he regained his power once again.
It is revealed that M.O.D.O.K. was responsible for the creation of the Red Hulk and Red She-Hulk after he had joined the organization known as Intelligencia. Now aiming to eliminate A.I.M., he escaped to Puerto Rico and created Monkey super-soldiers, but was thwarted by Mister Fantastic. Later in the storyline, M.O.D.O.K. captured some of the world's smartest men and brought about "World War Hulks". Many heroes were experimented on and turned into Hulk-like monsters, except for Amadeus Cho, who grew excessively strong in the mind. He used his power to transform M.O.D.O.K. back into his normal human state. Now a normal human, he fled the scene. In the event that his plans would fail, he set up a "Dooms-Day" plan, but this was foiled by Hulk.
Unknown to the hero, M.O.D.O.K. had created a cluster of brains and made them into a super computer. This was later destroyed by Red Hulk, but one of the brains became an organic computer and then uploaded itself to M.O.D.O.K.'s mind, resulting in M.O.D.O.K. Superior.
M.O.D.O.K. Superior obtained a sample of the creature known as Zzzax and improved it, taking it out to test how many minds and energy it could absorb. It also altered the mind of a military general Thaddeus Ross. M.O.D.O.K. Superior offered to make an alliance with him, but he soon left after the General took control of the monster.
M.O.D.O.K. Superior again teamed up with Intelligenca and their first task was to study a Spaceknight. They found it after capturing Spider Girl, who was studying the knight's body in Wakanda. This turned out to be the body of Ultron. When the Avengers came to intervene, M.O.D.O.K. Superior became arrogant and took on Thor, but was almost immediately defeated.
Later, M.O.D.O.K. Superior studies "Skadi" and discovers that she is Sin, the daughter of Red Skull. Apparently, she had tapped into Asgardian powers. Also during this time, he studies the Red Hulk, and plans to get to him before anyone else does. He wants to avoid any confrontation a hero names Angrir. Someone else who is searching for the Red Hulk, "Zero/One", becomes one of M.O.D.O.K. Superior's love interests.
After the events of Avengers vs. X-Men, M.O.D.O.K. Superior targets an ex-A.I.M. scientist. He ends up being thwarted by Ms. Marvel, Scarlet Witch, and Spider-Woman. Later, M.O.D.O.K. and other rouge A.I.M. agents actually team-up with S.H.I.E.L.D. to help take down one of the A.I.M. scientists known as Andrew Forson. He gave the Avengers information in exchange for amnesty. He was able to get a lab and scienists under S.H.I.E.L.D.'s name. He was later forced to promise to never experiment wiki gamma radiation again.
Before he joined S.H.I.E.L.D., he and Snapper had began an operation that would take down the organization because he believed it to be filled with people who hated him. They sent an android to a S.H.I.E.L.D. satellite so it could kill agents Fury and Coulson. He also sent an assassin after Maria Hill. He ended up falling in love with Maria, and so he backed off from his plans. He escaped to Venezuela to try and get help for his feelings. Snapper, unknown to the developments, kidnapped Maria. M.O.D.O.K. Superior later found some agents who had followed him, and told them everything. He told them that he now wanted to save the world. He later called Snapper to gloat, but Snapper was now planning to unleash Tlön's monsters on the world. After they returned to save Maria, Snapper tagged them with a conductor that used emotional negativity. He wanted it to use it to unleash Tlön. Spider-Woman used her powers to subdue Snapper.
The other Secret Avengers tagged themselves to try and use positive emotions to counteract it. They also tried to use it to help them reach Hill. M.O.D.O.K. Superior ended up defeating Snapper by sending a sentient bomb to destroy the portal. It created a black whole and everything went back to normal, after which M.O.D.O.K. Superior took a leap of absence to his home in Ohio.
M.O.D.O.K. Superior took a brief retirement and then returned to form an agency of assassins that killed evil people. At first, all was going well until he hired Gwen Poole, who took credit for his kills and even killed one of their own. She ended up turning on M.O.D.O.K. Superior and sending him into space. When he returned, the agency faced of against him, but he chose to flee.
M.O.D.O.K. Superior reappears attacking a HYDRA airship to try and capture Shiklah, but she was saved by Deadpool who also stole M.O.D.O.K. Superior's chair. This caused him to vow vengeance on Deadpool.
M.O.D.O.K. Superior's next big appearance was now in a muscular, long haired, attractive young human body that he called B.R.O.D.O.K.. He joined the West Coast Avengers and insisted that he was reformed, which turned out to be another one of his schemes. He was really planning to turn the women of the area into giant mindless monsters, as he was rejected by them. The team knew this the whole time, and he was stopped in the end.
During Iron Man's story in 2020. He again pretends to be a rescuer, piloting a war-machine. It turns out that he was behind the Deathloks of Lingares and brainwashing some Force Workers so that he could take control of the War Machine. The tables were turned when the Deathloks were turned against M.O.D.O.K. Superior, who fell into a hole that was opened by Quake.
During this story arc, M.O.D.O.K. Superior has hallucinations of a family life. He imagines a human family and a daughter similar to him. He believes that he is malfunctioning, and he is also being threatened by agents of A.I.M.. This causes him to set out to try and fix himself. Going through many trials, and even being briefly killed, he eventually finds his father, who is the founder of A.I.M.. Contrary to what was first believed, it is revealed that he was forced to become M.O.D.O.K. against his will. Learning of his true past he turns on his father, trapping him in his phone, and then weaponizing his imaginary family.
George Tarleton was the head of an A.I.M. space station where he tricked Vision into activating the Gah Lak Tus module, making her think that it would explode. Instead, he took it at her and took control of the module, which transformed him into a monster. He then led it back to Earth. He was met their by Vision who managed to undo the mental damage what was caused. He joined her in their mission to stop Gah Lak Tus. He Cooperated with Vision and Falcon, but he soon realized that their plans would fail. He contacted Dima, a robot, to self destruct and cause damage to the module. When Vision found out about this, she was distraught as she had formed an incredible emotional bond with it. She tore him apart and threw away his body. He survived and contacted A.I.M. to help him.
He resurfaced after Galactus had invaded with a cult composed of A.I.M. agents. He managed to take control of a Gah Lak Tus swarm and then had it merge with a city. A group of heroes came to stop him, and while the hero Hercules fought him, the others entered his city body. Danny Ketch used his brainwaves to take control and freed the innocent people bonded to it. Ketch killed George by making the mass self-destruct.
Powers and Abilities
George Tarleton is subjected to a mutagenic process that grants him superhuman intelligence, including a computer-like memory, the ability to scour and retain large databanks of information very quickly and solve abstract mathematical problems nearly instantaneously. He also has the ability to calculate the mathematical probability of any given event occurring; an ability so strong that it borders on precognition. However, his creativity remains at average human level. As M.O.D.O.K., the character also has psionic powers enabling him to mentally control both individuals and large groups, and generate force fields able to withstand minor nuclear explosions. Courtesy of A.I.M. technology, M.O.D.O.K. wears a headband that enables him to focus his mental power into a devastating beam.
A side effect of the mutation was the growth of Tarleton's head to the point whereby his body can no longer support the weight, necessitating the use of an exoskeleton and hoverchair. The chair is equipped with a variety of weapons including missiles and lasers. Occasionally, Tarleton had the use of a giant humanoid vehicle that was proportionally sized to his head. Tarleton's organs also wear out quickly, necessitating the use of harvested clones, whose organs are used to sustain him.
M.O.D.O.K. is unable to move without his hover chair. M.O.D.O.K. also wears through his body very quickly. To counter this, M.O.D.O.K. has created countless clones of himself that he harvests organs from. He then uses the brains to power organic hard drives that control AIM equipment.
M.O.D.O.K. appears in various Marvel media:
Iron Man (1994 Animated Series)
M.O.D.O.K. appeared in the 1994 Iron Man animated series. In this version, he was married to a supermodel named Alana Ulanova. He became M.O.D.O.K. in this series because he was transformed by the jealous Red Ghost. In this series, he teams up with Mandarin, in hopes to find a cure for his condition.
Iron Man: Armored Adventures
In this series, he is M.O.D.O.C. rather than M.O.D.O.K.. In this series, M.O.D.O.C. is brought to life through the power of the Living Laser. He blasts The Controller unconscious because he senses his intentions to betray A.I.M.. He then declares his dominance over A.I.M.. Iron Man arrives and tries to fight him, but M.O.D.O.C. easily overpowers him and reads his mind. He discovered all of Iron Man's secrets and knowledge. The tables are turned when the Living Laser helps out Iron Man and helps him to escape.
He appears in a later episode defending A.I.M. from The Controller. He took control of Iron Man but failed to maintain it, and was soon tortured and commanded by The Controller to defeat Iron Man. Luckily; other superhero arrived to save him. Justin Hammer later found his body and reprogrammed him to serve him. This was later thwarted by Iron Man.
The Super Hero Squad Show
In this show, M.O.D.O.K. plays a less serious role. His K now stands for "Kicking-Butt". He is now a member of Doctor Doom's Legion of Doom. He is one of the show's many comic-relief characters, and he is teamed up with the Abomination.
Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes
- Main article: M.O.D.O.K. (Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes)
In this series, his K is again replaced with a "C". He makes several appearances in the series. He plays a similar role to the one that he did in the comics, again seeking the Cosmic Cube.
M.O.D.O.K. makes several appearances in the Ultimate Spider-Man series. In the first few seasons, he only appeared in database cameos among other villains. In the Conquest of Champions, he appears as one of the prisoners of the Grandmaster. He is freed by Spider-Man.
- Main article: M.O.D.O.K. (2010 Marvel Animated Universe)
M.O.D.O.K. in the animated Avengers Assemble series from 2013. He has an appearance closer to that of M.O.D.O.K. Superior than that of M.O.D.O.K., now with a balding head, although he is missing the spider legs. He is one of many villains that appear in the series. In this series, he works with Red Skull.
Phineas and Ferb
- Main article: MODOK (Phineas and Ferb)
M.O.D.O.K. made a cameo appearance among other Marvel villains in the Phineas and Ferb show. He assisted Heinz Doofenshmirtz in his plans.
Guardians of the Galaxy (Animated Short)
M.O.D.O.K. appeared to fight Star-Lord in an animated short that premiered on Disney XD. M.O.D.O.K. had a part that Star-Lord needed to fix his ship, so they fought over it. During the battle, Star-Lord made fun of M.O.D.O.K.'s oversized head. At the end of the battle, he told himself to tell the others that he fought something he considered to be more impressive. In this series, he again appears to be bald, and he had telekinetic capabilities.
Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers
M.O.D.O.K. appeared in the anime "Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers". In this series, his "Disk" was summoned by Tim Gilliam. When defeated, he was taken under Avenger's custody. He was later recruited by Red Skull to be apart of the Masters of Evil.
Spider-Man (2010 Animated Series)
M.O.D.O.K. appeared in the episode "Troubled Minds" (possibly in reference to his mind capabilities. After Monica Rappaccinni failed at being A.I.M.'s lead scientist, they created M.O.D.O.K. to replace her. He later faced off against Spider-Man, but was unsuccessful.
M.O.D.O.K. (Hulu Animated Series)
- Main article: M.O.D.O.K. (2021 Hulu Series)
M.O.D.O.K. stars as the main protagonist in the 2021 Hulu animated series titled after him. After failing to gain control of the world, M.O.D.O.K. settles down and begins to deal with a family life. This premise is very similar to the family arc that he had in the series, although these aren't hallucinations. The series aired a total of ten episodes, all premiering on May 21, 2021. This show takes a more comedic approach at M.O.D.O.K.'s character, now being more of a pathetic protagonist rather than a ruthless hegemony (although that changes in the final episode).
Marvel Super Heroes: What The--?!
M.O.D.O.K. in the series: Marvel Super Heroes: What The--?!. He is a major reoccurring antagonist. In this universe, M.O.D.O.K. is a comedic character that participates in many absurd scenarios. Sometimes he participates in an attack against the Avengers, but other times he is trying to make ends meet by opening up other jobs.
Marvel: Ultimate Alliance
M.O.D.O.K. appears in the video game, "Marvel: Ultimate Alliance". He appears as a boss who fights along with his soldiers. Before his fight, he gives a quiz to the player about general but specific knowledge. He leads A.I.M. as well as Mysterio and Crimson Dynamo. He works for Dr. Doom's Masters of Evil, and works to invade S.H.I.E.L.D..
Marvel Super Hero Squad
M.O.D.O.K. appears in both the Marvel Super Hero Squad video game, Marvel Super Hero Squad: Infinity Gauntlet, Marvel Super Hero Squad: Comic Combat, and Marvel Super Hero Squad Online. He appears as a boss and acts similar to the way he did in the show.
Marvel vs Capcom
M.O.D.O.K. appears as a playable character in Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds and Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3. He appears as a non-playable character in Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite. In the Infinite game, he experiments with the Mind Stone, but is eventually defeated alongside his partner Nemesis.
Iron Man 3: The Official Game
- Main article: M.O.D.O.K. (Iron Man 3)
M.O.D.O.K. appears as a boss in the Iron Man 3 video game.
Lego Marvel Games
M.O.D.O.K. appears as both a boss and a playable character in Lego Marvel Super Heros. He assisted Doctor Doom with his team of A.I.M. agents by building him what was called the "Doom Tanker". His battle is used as a distraction to slow the team of heroes down so that Doctor Doom could get away.
In Lego Marvel's Avengers, he claims to be reformed. He now works as a Janitor and his K stands for Kleaning.
He appears as a playable character in Lego Marvel Super Heros 2.
Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heros
In the game, he serves as a boss. He is not defeated in the main storyline. His role in the game is to help Loki to try and freeze all of Manhattan. When he is captured, he gives a speech before he is driven away. His design is similar to that of his 2010 series one.
M.O.D.O.K. makes an appearance in the game Avengers Academy. The Supreme Science ordered M.O.D.O.K. and his A.I.M. agents to attack academy. This failed, and when it did, M.O.D.O.K. revealed to Captain America about he Supreme organization. He reveals that he is kept in a basement unless he needs to be used as a weapon. Captain America then convinces him to join the Academy and turn on the Supreme Scientists, which was successful.
Marvel Alliance 3: The Black Order
M.O.D.O.K. serves as a boss in "Marvel Alliance 3: The Black Order". He obtains the Soul Stone and tries to take over Wakanda with his A.I.M. soldiers. He talks to the hero about how the ancient technology that lies in their walls. He mocks the fact that Wakandians call it "magic". After his defeat, the hero obtain the Soul Stone.
- Main article: M.O.D.O.K. (Marvel's Avengers)
M.O.D.O.K. is the main antagonist of the Marvel's Avenger game. Throughout the game, we follow M.O.D.O.K.'s origin story. First seeing him as a scientist, his team takes over the city and protects the world with their technology. Over time, George slowly becomes M.O.D.O.K. as he is secretly injected by his partner Monica to make him stronger. He later kills her upon discovering this. His goal is to rid the world of superpowers, and so having being subjected to Monica's plan made him feel as a living hypocrisy. He has a final battle where he reveals to blanket the world in a mist. His main goal is to kill all "Inhumans", which he believes to be dangerous. He takes control of a giant robot to try and stop the Avengers, but in the end, he is defeated.
M.O.D.A.M. (Mental Organism Designed for Aggressive Maneuvers) - M.O.D.A.M. is a character from the main Avengers storyline. She was a short-lived character made to replace M.O.D.A.K., but was sacrificed to resurrect him.
Ms. M.O.D.O.K. - Ms. M.O.D.A.K. was a character formerly named Dr. Katherine Waynesboro, but mutated by M.O.D.A.K.. She fell in love with him but later changed her mind and had him turn her back.
M.O.G.O.D. (Microscopic Oddities Generated Only for Disintegration) - M.O.G.O.D.s are tiny M.O.D.O.K.s that were made by A.I.M. to attack intruders.
M.O.D.A.A.K. (Mental Organism Designed As America's King) - M.O.D.A.A.K. was a version of Donald Trump that took over America and forced a border wall to be build between Mexico and Texas. This was stopped by Captain America.
M.O.D.O.G. (Mental Organism Designed Only for Genocide) - a version of M.O.D.O.K. made to serve a splyintercell of A.I.M. known as A.G.M.. They led an attack on a village, but ended up being stopped by Captain America who was led to their secret lair. Here he found M.O.D.O.G. and threw him into the troposphere, separating him from his chair.
M.O.D.O.T. (Mobile Organism Designed Only for Talking) - originally named Dimitri Smirkov, M.O.D.O.T. is a version of M.O.D.O.K. that could walk. He didn't want to take over the world, but rather make money. He was made so that A.I.M. could increase their budget, and he partially ruled the airwaves. He was able to discredit Howard the Duck in front of millions of viewers.
M.O.N.I.C.A. (Maneuverable Organism Networked for Infinity Combat Aggression) - M.O.N.I.C.A. is a wrapped version of both M.O.D.O.K. and Monica Rappaccini. She is defeated by Sleepwalker and Little Monster.
M.O.R.D.OC. (Mental Organism Ritually Designed for the OCcult) - A M.O.D.O.K.-inspired character that feared Devondra would destroy the world. He summoned Satan to help save the world. It accidently summoned Soldier Supreme, who M.O.R.D.OC. tried to defeat, but was unsuccessful. After regaining consciousness from being knocked out, he escaped to another dimension.
M.O.D.O.R.D. (Organism Designed Only for Roller Derby) - A M.O.D.O.K.-inspired character created by the Grandmaster to help win a roller derby.
Madame Modoc - A female M.O.D.O.K.-inspire character.
H.E.C.T.O.R. (Highly Evolved Creature Totally Orientated on Revenge) - A M.O.D.O.K.-inspired character without a chair, seemingly having a vengeful nature.
M.E.L.I.S.S.A. (Mental Entity Living to Induce Seriously Sinister Anarchy) - M.O.D.O.K.'s daughter. She she has a normal personality and does not seek world domination.
Number One - A baby M.O.D.O.K.-inspired character. They have a pink-blue color scheme, and they have blond their instead of brown. They have all the same powers as M.O.D.O.K..
P.R.O.D.O.K. (Partially Robotic Organism Designed Only for Killing) - A M.O.D.O.K.-inspired character from Earth-20051. Their hair is covered and one of their eyes has a robotic eye-piece.
D.E.A.D.P.O.O.L. - A Deadpool version of M.O.D.O.K. sent to kill the one on Earth-616 but was torn apart by the panda version of Deadpool.
Squirrel M.O.D.O.K. - A version of Doreen Green that used M.O.D.O.K.'s doomsday chair.
Super-M.O.D.O.K. Squadron - A team of giant plane-shaped M.O.D.O.K.'s (without wings) made by A.I.M..
Sea Modokeys - Sea Monkeys that sit in tiny M.O.D.O.K. doomsday chairs.
- He was created by the late Stan Lee and the late Jack Kirby, and first appeared in Tales of Suspense #93 in September of 1967.
- During the Noir series, M.O.D.O.K. did not make any major appearances. He did however appear on some of Tony Star's walls in covers, implying he appeared in unseen missions.
- Ranked 100th on IGN's list of the "Top 100 Comic Book Villains of All Time".
- M.O.D.O.K. has been falsely theorized to be an antagonist in the Marvel Cinematic Universe several times, mainly in Iron Man 3 and Captain America: Civil War. Currently, he is theorized to appear in Ant-Man 3.
|Capcom Vs. Whatever Villains|
Abomination | A.I.M. | Annihilus | Arcade | Batroc | Blastaar | Blizzard | Boomerang | Chameleon | Collector | Constrictor | Doctor Faustus | Doctor Octopus | Electro | Enforcers | Equinox | Fixer | Frightful Four | Griffin | Juggernaut | Kang | Killer Shrike | Kingpin | Kraven | Lightmaster | Living Monolith | Maggia | Mandarin | Mentallo | Mister Fear | M.O.D.O.K. | Morbius | Nightshade | Owl | Plantman | Puppet Master | Purple Man | Rhino | Ringmaster | Sandman | Satannish | Scorpion | Silver Samurai | Steel Serpent | Stegron | Stranger | Super-Skrull | Taskmaster | Tiger Shark | Trapster | Vermin | Whiplash | Wizard |