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I told my men they wouldn't be able to kill you if they tried. Glad I was right.
~ The Mandarin's most famous quote as he reunites with his son Shang-Chi.
I gave you ten years to live your life. And where did that get you? You walked in my shadow. I trained you so the most dangerous people in the world couldn't kill you. Son, it's time for you to take your place by my side.
~ The Mandarin convincing Shang-Chi to rejoin the Ten Rings.

Xu Wenwu (Chinese: 徐文武), nicknamed The Mandarin, is a major antagonist in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, serving as the unseen overarching antagonist of both the Iron Man trilogy and the Marvel one-shot All Hail the King before appearing as the main antagonist of the 2021 film Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.

He is an ancient warrior who wields mystical rings that grant him immortality and a wide assortment of abilities. He is also the supreme founder of his terrorist organization, the Ten Rings, as well as the father of both Xu Shang-Chi and Xu Xialing - conceived by their mother and Xu Wenwu's late wife Ying Li.

Originally he founded the Ten Rings organization before embarking on a thousand-year-long crusade to gain as much power as he could. Though he ended up abandoning his crusade upon finding love and settling himself with a family, Wenwu resumed his crusade following the death of his wife at the hands of his rivals affected by his prior exploits. Between this and his children's subsequent defection from the Ten Rings, Wenwu became desperate to bring his family back together and avenge his late wife - all the while being influenced by her "voice".

It was also noted that Wenwu expressed resentment towards Aldrich Killian after the latter appropriated his legends to create a character known as "The Mandarin", hiring Trevor Slattery to portray and present the persona to the world; in response to this, Wenwu arranged for Slattery to be abducted and taken into the Ten Rings custody following Killian's death. Wenwu is dismissive of the "Mandarin" moniker, laughing about how America was brought to its knees by an orange.

The character is portrayed by Tony Leung Chiu-wai in his Hollywood debut.



In ancient times, Wenwu finds ten mystical rings and uses them to fuel his conquests of power. Founding the Ten Rings organization, he became a myth of legend among his followers, being described as a "warrior-king". With the rings granting him immortality, the Mandarin continued his conquests for a millennia.

In 1996, Wenwu began searching for the realm of Ta Lo, said to harbor mythical creatures. Maneuvering past a living maze, he comes across Ying Li, a guardian of the realm protecting its entrance. While Li managed to defeat him in a fight, the two quickly fell in love. As he had found peace, Wenwu decided to shelve the rings away and settle with his wife, eventually fathering two children: Xu Shang-Chi and Xu Xialing.

But the Mandarin's past transgressions would come back to haunt him. Members of the Iron Gang who held a grudge against him had murdered Li, leaving Wenwu and his children distraught. He decided to exact revenge on the killers, retrieving his rings and brutally massacres the Iron Gang in front of Shang-Chi to teach him about the importance of repaying a blood debt. Training his son to become an assassin, Wenwu sends him to locate and kill the Iron Gang Leader, which was carried out successfully.

However, Shang-Chi never came back home, having fled from the Ten Rings. Xialing, who was left abandoned at home, decided to defect as well years later. With his wife dead and children gone, Wenwu was alone once more. However, he used his vast resources to easily track down his children, but respected their decision to leave the Ten Rings and instead kept a close eye on them in their self-imposed exile.

Iron Man series

The Mandarin doesn't appear, nor is mentioned in Iron Man, but he sets his plot in furthering the goals of the Ten Rings by arranging Raza and a couple of terrorists to kidnap Tony Stark and hold him for ransom in an attempt to gain advanced weapons for their own goals (thanks to a deal with Obadiah Stane). However, Stark escaped captivity by using his new advanced armor to defeat Stane and the terrorists.

The Mandarin doesn't appear, nor is mentioned in Iron Man 2, but it is implied that he sent one of his agents to aid Ivan Vanko to kill Stark at the Prix de Monaco. To that end, the agent gave Vanko a pass to enter the race for the opportunity. However, Stark foiled this with his armor again before using his new armor (along with Rhodes') to defeat Vanko.

The Mandarin is mentioned in Iron Man 3, where Aldrich Killian hired a drunken actor named Trevor Slattery to impersonate the Mandarin as part of Killian's true plan of using Extremis experiments as purposeful attacks on the U.S. government. Needless to say, Stark managed to avoid this by purposely self-destructing all of his armor to destroy the Extremis soldiers, allowing Pepper to defeat Killian for good.

All Hail the King

The Mandarin serves as the unseen overarching antagonist of the short film, as he is very upset at Slattery (who is currently in Seagate Prison) for (unintentionally) stealing his name and making a mockery of his beliefs. As such, he sends Jackson Norriss to break Slattery out of prison and bring him over in person.

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

Locating Shang-Chi in San Francisco, Wenwu sent his men to capture him for his pendant, which was given to him by his mother. Although Shang-Chi escaped, Razor Fist managed to snatch his pendant.

Wenwu later tracked Xialing down in Macau, finding Shang-Chi and his friend Katy Chen with her. The three were taken to the Ten Rings' Headquarters, as Wenwu attempted to give his children a warm welcome home. He told them that he had been hearing the voice of Ying Li telling him to come save her, leading him to believe that she was imprisoned in Ta Lo. Using the penchants from both of his children, he discovers an open path to Ta Lo. But when Wenwu revealed his intention to burn the village down after finding his wife, Shang-Chi and Xialing refused to follow him, leading him to lock them and Katy up in a cell. He later witnessed them escape from the compound, taking fellow prisoner Trevor Slattery with them.

The undisturbed path to Ta Lo only opens up once a year, and Wenwu uses this opportunity to funnel his men into the realm. He finds Shang-Chi and Xialing already there, intent on stopping him from fulfilling his quest. During the ensuing battle between the Ten Rings and the Ta Lo guardians, Wenwu approaches Li's shrine alone and pays his respects before he is confronted by his son. They fight with Wenwu quickly proving to be the superior fighter as he easily countered anything his son throws at him and knocks him down repeatedly. Even with Shang-Chi managing to temporarily pummel him, the unfazed Wenwu responds by breaking his staff and punching him into the lake to knock him down. Remaining determined to fulfill his quest, Wenwu launches himself to a sealed-off cavern and begins to attack the barrier, believing that Li was on the other side.

Unbeknownst to him, the "voices" he had been receiving from his late wife were actually those of the Dweller-In-Darkness, which had lured Wenwu to the realm so that he could be its liberator. As soul-stealing creatures emerge from the cavern, Shang-Chi re-emerges to fight his father, having been saved by the Great Protector. Father and son duel one last time, Shang-Chi mastering the fighting style of Ta Lo and using it to finally match Wenwu. Their fight intensifies as Shang-Chi gains control of some of the rings and uses them against Wenwu. After a prolonged standstill, Wenwu manages to blast his son with the Ten Rings, only for his son to completely steal them from him. Before their fight can continue any further, Shang-Chi tosses the Ten Rings back to him, ending the fight in a standstill.

Moments later, the Dweller-In-Darkness escapes from the cavern and Wenwu, realizing too late what he had unleashed, only manages to save his son and is left trapped at the creature's mercy. Knowing his time has come and remembering the happy life he had with his family, especially Shang-Chi, he passes on the rings to his son and gives him one last encouraging small somber smile before dying. Shang-Chi uses the rings to kill the Dweller along with his allies but is left mourning over the death of his father, wishing he find peace after freeing his soul and bidding him farewell in a vigil after the battle. With his thousand-year-long reign coming to an end, leadership of the Ten Rings was assumed by Xialing.


A ruthless and calculating warlord, Wenwu led the Ten Rings with an iron fist for several centuries, participating in several world-changing events and threatening his subordinates with death if they did not accomplish his orders, like when one of his agents failed in obtaining the War Machine Armor. He was power-hungry enough that even with the Ten Rings already giving him legendary powers, he still sought to increase his power. Having his own style of leadership, Wenwu has demonstrated that he does not like to be imitated, being willing to punish those who had dared to impersonate him for their purposes. When the Mandarin fiasco engineered by Aldrich Killian incriminated the Ten Rings from Extremis-caused explosions and had Trevor Slattery posing as the Mandarin himself, Wenwu resented them enough even after Killian died to the point of sending one of his most loyal agents to the Seagate Penitentiary in order to abduct Slattery.

However, despite his diabolical mindset and ruthlessness, Wenwu actually had a much more human side to himself. When he attacked Ta Lo to gain its mythical beasts, he instead fell in love with the guardian, Ying Li, married her and had two children with her, cherishing his family to the extent that he willingly forsake the Ten Rings and intended to grow old with his family. It was only when Ying Li was killed by the Iron Gang, his enemies, that he became the Mandarin once more. He also truly loved his children, having been a doting parent before the tragedy, and even afterwards, he still took them with him into the Ten Rings and trained them to survive. Despite being rougher and mistreating them at times, he still cared for Shang-Chi whenever he got injured, and in his own way, he was trying to keep Xialing out of the lifestyle of the Ten Rings by only giving her personal training. He kept his word of letting Shang-Chi get revenge for Ying Li and sent him to destroy the Iron Gang, even though he could have done it himself, in an attempt to give him closure, and when his children left him, Wenwu still kept close tabs on them and allowed them to live their life as they wished until he finally decided to retrieve them.

Even when they opposed him, Wenwu refused to harm or kill them and simply imprisoned them, and when he and his son fight, he held back the entire time to not kill him, even expressing pride as Shang-Chi displayed his skill. His attack on Ta Lo was simply to reunite his wife and reassemble his family, and when he was dying, rather than trying to save himself, he selflessly sacrificed himself for his son and gave him the Ten Rings to finish the Dweller-in-Darkness. In his last moments, he remembers the happy family life he had, showing how much he truly loved his family.

Wenwu also displayed a more forgiving and light-hearted side to himself. In addition to being much warmer around his children and forgiving their transgressions against him, he forgave his subordinate when they told him they had managed to scan the War Machine armor for weaknesses. He even spared Trevor Slattery despite his previous anger over him stealing his identity out of amusement over his antics, and instead treated him of his drug addiction, placed him in a cell with makeup studio and allowed him to come out and regularly perform as a court jester.



Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings


Throughout my life, the Ten Rings gave our family power. If you want them to be yours one day, you have to show me you're strong enough to carry them.
~ Mandarin to a young Shang-Chi.
Be careful how you speak to me, boy.
~ Mandarin threatening Shang-Chi.


  • Initially, Aldrich Killian was intended to be the Marvel Cinematic Universe version of the Mandarin, according to Shane Black. However, Kevin Feige later suggested that Killian developed the Mandarin persona based on legends, implying that there could in fact be a Mandarin closer to his comic book counterpart out there.
    • This was revealed in the one-shot All Hail the King featuring Ben Kingsley's return as Trevor Slattery, in which the short film revealed that the Mandarin is indeed real and that he is a separate individual from both Slattery and Killian.
    • Though Wenwu is intended to be MCU incarnation of the Mandarin, he never actually uses the moniker. Wenwu himself lampshades this by mentioning how "Mandarin" was merely one of the many titles that people gave him over the millennia, also nothing that "Mandarin" was a ridiculous name.
  • Kevin Feige confirmed on his Reddit AMA in 2019 that Marvel Studios has plans to feature the real Mandarin in the future. This was indeed confirmed some months afterwards with the announcement that the Mandarin will be the main antagonist of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.
  • There were once discussions about teasing an appearance of the Mandarin or Shang-Chi in the post-credits scene of The Avengers, but the idea was dropped and replaced by the Shawarma restaurant scene.
  • The Mandarin is the second villain in the Marvel Cinematic Universe who replaces the protagonist's original father from the comic book continuity, as the Mandarin replaces Fu Manchu as Shang-Chi's father, due to the latter's association with problematic racial stereotypes. The first was Ego from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, who replaced J'son of Spartax as Star-Lord's father.


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Iron Man
Iron Monger | William Ginter Riva
Ten Rings: Raza Hamidmi Al-Wazar | Abu Bakaar | Ahmed | Omar
The Incredible Hulk
Strategic Operations Command Center: Abomination | Thunderbolt Ross | Kathleen Sparr
Others: Samuel Sterns | Tough Guy Leader
Iron Man 2
Hammer Industries: Justin Hammer | Jack | Hammer Drones
Ten Rings: Ten Rings Agent
Others: Senator Stern | Anton Vanko
Loki Laufeyson | The Destroyer
Frost Giants: Laufey | Grundroth | Hailstrum | Raze | Jotunheim Beast
Others: Jasper Sitwell
Captain America: The First Avenger
HYDRA: Red Skull | Arnim Zola | Heinz Kruger | HYDRA Lieutenant | Velt
Nazis: Adolf Hitler | Roeder | Hutter | Schneider
The Avengers
Loki Laufeyson
Chitauri: The Other | Leviathans
HYDRA: Gideon Malick | Jasper Sitwell
Others: Georgi Luchkov | Thanos
Iron Man 3
A.I.M.: Aldrich Killian | Eric Savin | Trevor Slattery | Ellen Brandt | Sweat Shop Agent | Ponytail Express | Maya Hansen | Extremis Soldiers
Others: Vice President Rodriguez
Thor: The Dark World
Dark Elves: Malekith the Accursed | Kurse the Strong
Marauders: Duhg | Kronan Marauder
Others: Loki Laufeyson | Jotunheim Beast | The Collector
All Hail the King
Inmates: Trevor Slattery | Herman | White Power Dave
Ten Rings: Jackson Norriss | The Mandarin
Others: Justin Hammer
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
HYDRA/STRIKE: Alexander Pierce | Winter Soldier | Brock Rumlow | Jack Rollins | Jasper Sitwell | Russo | Senator Stern | Arnim Zola | Wolfgang von Strucker | List | Scarlet Witch | Quicksilver
Others: Georges Batroc | Ferdinand Lopez | Gerald Durand
Guardians of the Galaxy
Kree Empire: Ronan the Accuser | Nebula | Korath the Pursuer | Sakaaran Mercenaries | Exolon Monks
Yondu Ravager Clan: Yondu Udonta | Kraglin Obfonteri | Horuz | Vorker
Chitauri: The Other
Others: Garthan Saal | Eson the Searcher | Moloka Dar | Monstrous Inmate | The Collector | Dark Elf | Thanos
Avengers: Age of Ultron
Ultron | Ultron Sentinels
HYDRA: Wolfgang von Strucker | List | Scarlet Witch | Quicksilver
Red Room: Madame B | Black Widows
Chitauri: Leviathans
Others: Ulysses Klaue | Thanos
HYDRA/Ten Rings: Mitchell Carson | HYDRA Buyer
Others: Winter Soldier
Captain America: Civil War
Helmut Zemo
HYDRA: Vasily Karpov | Winter Soldier | Josef | Winter Soldiers
Hero Mercs: Crossbones
Others: Thunderbolt Ross | Scarlet Witch
Doctor Strange
Zealots: Kaecilius | Lucian Aster
Others: Karl Mordo | Dormammu
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
Sovereign: Ayesha | Sovereign Admiral | Zylak | Sovereign Chambermaid
Yondu Ravager Clan: Yondu Udonta | Kraglin Obfonteri | Tullk | Oblo | Taserface | Gef | Retch | Halfnut | Brahl | Vorker | Narblik | Huhtar
Others: Nebula | Abilisk | The Grandmaster | Thanos
Spider-Man: Homecoming
Bestman Salvage: Vulture | Tinkerer | Shocker #1 | Shocker #2 | Randy Vale
Others: Mac Gargan | Aaron Davis
Thor: Ragnarok
Berserker Army: Hela Odinsdottir | Skurge | Fenris Wolf
Sakaaran Guards: The Grandmaster | Topaz
Fire Demons: Surtur | Fire Dragon
Others: Loki Laufeyson | Thanos
Black Panther
Erik Killmonger | Ulysses Klaue | W'Kabi | Linbani | Linda | Dave
Sambisan Militants: Sambisan Captain
Others: M'Baku | Winter Soldier | Helmut Zemo | N'Jobu
Avengers: Infinity War
Black Order: Thanos | Ebony Maw | Proxima Midnight | Corvus Glaive | Cull Obsidian | Nebula | Outriders | Chitauri | Leviathans
Others: Red Skull | The Collector | Loki Laufeyson | Winter Soldier | M'Baku | Scarlet Witch | Thunderbolt Ross
Ant-Man and the Wasp
Sonny Burch | Uzman | Anitolov | Knox | Stoltz
Others: Bill Foster | Elihas Starr | Thanos
Captain Marvel
Kree Empire/Starforce: Yon-Rogg | Minn-Erva | Korath the Pursuer | Att-lass | Bron-Char | Ronan the Accuser | Soh-Larr | Supreme Intelligence
Skrulls: Talos | Norex
Others: Thanos
Avengers: Endgame
Black Order: Thanos | Ebony Maw | Proxima Midnight | Corvus Glaive | Cull Obsidian | Nebula | Outriders | Sakaaran Mercenaries | Chitauri | Leviathans | Chitauri Gorillas
HYDRA/STRIKE: Red Skull | Alexander Pierce | Crossbones | Jasper Sitwell | Jack Rollins
Others: Loki Laufeyson | Winter Soldier | M'Baku | Scarlet Witch | Kraglin Obfonteri | Dark Elves | Thunderbolt Ross | Akihiko | Loki Laufeyson (Variant L1130)
Spider-Man: Far From Home
Mysterio's Crew: Mysterio | William Ginter Riva | Victoria Snow | Gutes Guterman | Janice Lincoln | Doug
Elementals: Molten Man | Hydro-Man | Sandman | Cyclone | Elemental Fusion
Skrulls: Talos
Others: Obadiah Stane | J. Jonah Jameson
Black Widow
Red Room: General Dreykov | Taskmaster | Black Widows
Others: Thunderbolt Ross | Valentina Allegra de Fontaine
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
Ten Rings: Mandarin | Death Dealer | Razor Fist | Gao Lei
Others: Dweller-In-Darkness | Abomination | Trevor Slattery

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 1)
HYDRA/Centipede Group: John Garrett | Grant Ward | Ian Quinn | Raina | Edison Po | Jasper Sitwell | Deathlok | Debbie | Vanchat | Scorch | Kaminsky
Others: Camilla Reyes | Franklin Hall | Blizzard | Lorelei | Marcus Daniels | Christian Ward | Jakob Nystrom
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 2)
HYDRA: Daniel Whitehall | Grant Ward | Wolfgang von Strucker | List | Sunil Bakshi | Absorbing Man | Agent 33 | Blizzard | Kebo
Others: Jiaying | Gordon | Calvin L. Johnson | Raina | Alisha Whitley | Lash | Vin-Tak | Katya Belyakov | Christian Ward
Agent Carter (Season 1)
Johann Fennhoff | Dottie Underwood
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: 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 | Happy Hogan | Sharon Carter | Scarlet Witch | Thanos) | Prince Killmonger | Infinity Ultron
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

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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The Invincible Iron Man: Mandarin | The Elementals | Deities of Death (Dormammu, Hela, Mephisto & Pluto)
Iron Man: Iron Monger | Ten Rings (Raza Hamidmi Al-Wazar, Abu Bakaar, Ahmed & Omar) | William Ginter Riva
Iron Man 2: Whiplash | Hammer Industries (Justin Hammer, Jack & Hammer Drones) | Ten Rings (Ten Rings Agent) | Senator Stern | Anton Vanko
Iron Man 3: A.I.M. (Aldrich Killian, Eric Savin, Trevor Slattery, Ellen Brandt, Sweat Shop Agent, Ponytail Express, Maya Hansen & Extremis Soldiers) | Vice President Rodriguez
Heroes United: Iron Man and Hulk: Zzzax
Heroes United: Iron Man and Captain America: HYDRA (Red Skull & Taskmaster)
All Hail the King: Trevor Slattery | Herman | Ten Rings (Jackson Norriss & The Mandarin) | White Power Dave | Justin Hammer

Iron Man (1994): Mandarin | Whirlwind | Dreadknight | Backlash | Grey Gargoyle | Living Laser | M.O.D.O.K. | Fin Fang Foom | Justin Hammer | Beetle | Crimson Dynamo | Titanium Man | Madame Masque | Dark Aegis
Iron Man: Armored Adventures: Mandarin | Obadiah Stane | Madame Masque | Ghost | Zhang | Dreadknight | Crimson Dynamo | Titanium Man | Black Knight | Whiplash | Doctor Doom | Magneto | Unicorn | Count Nefaria | Fixer | M.O.D.O.K.