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Brood drones

The Brood are a vicious race of parasitic aliens appearing in stories published by Marvel Comics and they were inspired by the Xenomorphs of the Alien franchise. They were created by Chris Claremont and Dave Cockrum, and they mostly appear as villains of the X-Men, but they also encountered Ms. Marvel and the Guardians of the Galaxy. The Brood possess wings, fanged teeth and a stinging tail. They have a hive mentality and mindlessly follow a queen. To reproduce, they must infect other races with their eggs.

Story

First battles with the X-Men

The first Marvel hero to encounter the Brood was the Kree soldier Mar-Vell, who had been ordered to make contact with the stranded Admiral Devros on a planet in the Absolom Sector, a region known to be infested with Brood. Mar-Vell's team, which includes the medic Una and Colonel Yon-Rogg, is ambushed by Brood warriors after landing on the planet and taken prisoner by the Brood-infected Devros. The colony's Brood Queen impregnates each captive with Brood embryos, but Mar-Vell and Una manage to escape, destroy both leaders of the Brood colony, and ridding themselves of their infections using Una's modified omni-wave projector which had been designed to eliminate Brood embryos. After rescuing Colonel Yon-Rogg, the trio escape the planet and are rescued by the Shi'ar royal Deathbird.

Years later Deathbird makes a deal with The Brood to gain their help deposing her sister Lilandra as ruler of their empire. As a reward for their help, Deathbird gives the Brood Lilandra, the X-Men, and the de-powered Carol Danvers, along with Fang of the Imperial Guard, to use as hosts. The Brood infect the entire party, except for Danvers, who they perform experiments on because of her half-human/half-Kree genes. Wolverine's adamantium skeleton allowed his healing ability to purge him of the embryo, and he helps the others escape. He is unable to save Fang, who becomes a Brood warrior before they leave. The Brood Queen orders her forces to find them, until she is contacted by the Queen embryo that is implanted in Cyclops. It explains that the X-Men are returning to Broodworld. Resigned to their dooms, the heroes help the Acanti race recover the racial Soul, a supernatural force that must be passed from one Acanti leader ("The Prophet-Singer") to the next. The Soul is located in a crystalline part of the dead Acanti Prophet-Singer's brain.

The Queen goes with her minions, and battles the X-Men, turning them into Brood warriors. The Prophet-Singer Soul is almost infected by the evil of the aliens, and Wolverine tries to mercy-kill his friends and the Queen but they are saved when Danvers, now a mighty cosmic hero called Binary (due to experimentation), arrives and releases the Soul. Before it goes to its next host, the racial Soul cures the X-Men and Lilandra, and turns the Queen into a crystal statue. It also causes the Broodworld to explode, but the X-Men and their allies escape. Some of the Brood also manage to escape before the planet explodes. The new Prophet-Singer then leads the Acanti to safety in deep space. Returning to Earth with the Starjammers, the X-Men defeat and detain the Brood Queen infecting Charles Xavier in the first Earth-based confrontation with the Brood. The advanced medical facilities at the Starjammers' disposal are able to transfer the consciousness of Xavier from the Brood Queen's body to a new cloned body, enabling Xavier to walk again.

Later encounters

Hannah Connover, previously infected with a Queen, soon begins to demonstrate attributes of Brood. She uses her new-found "healing" powers to become a holy healer and cure many people with her reverend husband, but secretly her Brood nature causes her to infect many people with embryos. Across the Galaxy, on the "true" Brood Homeworld, the Brood Empress sends her "firstborn" Assassins to kill Hannah for going against the Empress' wishes. Unable to stop future waves of Assassins from coming, the X-Man, Iceman, freezes Connover, putting her in suspended animation and causing the current firstborn to kill themselves, as in their minds the mission was accomplished. Connover is assumed to still be in suspended animation with her Queen host in the custody of the X-Men.

During the Contest of Champions II, the Brood abduct several heroes and pose as a benevolent species willing to give the heroes access to advanced technology after competing against each other in a series of contests. However, in reality, the Brood intend to use Rogue, infested with a Brood Queen, to absorb the powers of the contest winners and become unstoppable. Fortunately, Iron Man realizes that the Brood are drugging food to amplify aggression- relying on his armor's own life-support systems to prevent him succumbing to the 'infection'- and is able to uncover the plot. Although the Queen had already absorbed the powers and skills of the various contest winners- in the form of Captain America, Thor, the Hulk, Spider-Man, Jean Grey and the Scarlet Witch-, the remaining heroes managed to defeat her. The Brood Queen was extracted from Rogue with the aid of Carol Danvers, who forced the Brood Queen to flee by threatening to kill Rogue. After confirming that Rogue was cured, the heroes returned home.

Annihilation and Planet Hulk

The Brood return to Earth in the Ms. Marvel series and battle Carol Danvers, who as Binary played a key role in their first great defeat. Strangely enough, none of the Brood present recognize who she is, possibly because of her inability to fully access her cosmic powers, which also changed her physical appearance. The Brood are also stalked and summarily exterminated by the alien hunter called Cru, with whom Ms. Marvel also came into violent contact.

During the invasion of Annihilus and his Annihilation Wave, the Brood were almost decimated and the species is now on the brink of extinction. Some Brood appear in the arena of planet Saakar in the Planet Hulk storyline of The Incredible Hulk, one of them even becoming a main character. A Brood referred to as "No-Name", who becomes a genetic queen because their race is near extinct, becomes the lover of insect king Miek and also appears in World War Hulk. When it is discovered that Miek was the one who let the Hulk's shuttle explode, No-Name and Hulk attack Miek. Near the end of the War the "Earth Hive", the shared consciousness of every insect on Earth, use Humbug as a Trojan Horse to deal a crippling blow to No-Name, rendering her infertile and poisoning the last generation of hivelings, growing in Humbug's body. No-Name is a rarity among the Brood, as she learned to feel compassion for other living beings.

Given the chance to lower the Brood's numbers further, the X-Men discovered that the Annihilation event had caused the interstellar ecosystem to destabilize, since the Brood, dangerous as they are, served as natural predators for even worse species. These remaining species are now breeding out of control and present a greater threat than the Brood ever did. With no other choice, the X-Men act to prevent the Brood extinction. According to Bishop, there would be a race of benevolent Brood in the future, prompting the X-Men to willingly serve as Brood hosts, so that they could instill them with the same compassion felt by No-Name. After being connected with the hive-mind, the X-Men learned of a nearby Brood who was born with ability to feel compassion, making him the Brood equivalent of a mutant. While such Brood are typically destroyed upon hatching by their kind, this one was permitted to live do to the Brood's dwindling numbers. After rescuing the Brood mutant and defeating the Brood in battle and allowing them to escape, the X-Men had their Brood embryos removed, to be raised aboard the Peak, with the Brood mutant acting as their mentor.

Hierarchy

The Brood is governed by a supreme matriarchy, at the top of which sits the Brood Empress. The Brood reproduces asexually and therefore has no clear divisions of gender. Although the Brood lives by a caste system, some of the roles have proven to be flexible.

  • Empress - The Empress is the top tier of the Brood caste system and exercises almost total control over her progeny, including determining which Brood become Queen and which remain Warrior-Prime. There is only one Brood Empress at a time, and she is massive. She shares several physical characteristics with her offspring. She has large yellow eyes, a scaly brown hide, and a mouth full of razor-sharp teeth. However, she possesses several physical traits that distinguish her from all other Brood. While Warriors-Prime have forked skulls, the Brood Empress has two scarlet horns protruding from the top of her head, with an armor plate at their base. She also has eight whiskers, seemingly unique to her physiology. Jagged spikes protrude from every part of her body. In addition to being larger than her offspring, she also has a large ovipositor through which she lays eggs. Her relative size and degree of mobility are unknown. However, she possesses vast telepathic powers, through which she shares a mind-link with the entire Brood hive, although she cannot completely control the actions of her subordinates. When individual Brood rebel, she cannot telepathically force them to assimilate. In these scenarios, she has the renegade offspring destroyed with the help of her assassins/personal guard, the Firstborn. It can be assumed that the Empress was one of the casualties of the Annihilation Wave, and with her death it can be assumed that one of the Brood Queen was selected to become the new Empress of the Brood as a Brood Queen is seen among the Galactic Council, where she represents the Brood race and even goes by the name of Queen of the Brood.
  • Brood Queens - Also known as Great Mothers, Mother-Queens and Brood Imperiatrix, the Queens fulfill the mental command of the Empress, a unique alien who houses the hive mind. Queens can communicate with their spawn by telepathy, even across interstellar distances. They look like the Broodlings but slightly larger. Their heads and thoraxes are relatively the same size, and they have the same amount of limbs as their offspring, but their abdomens are much larger, presumably because they require the capacity to carry eggs. The Queen’s tail does not function as an ovipositor, but a venom-filled stinger. The Queens are much rarer and are capable of implanting eggs, of both the Warrior-Prime and Queen variety, into hosts for the Brood Hive. The Brood Queens lead individual Brood colonies, which usually encompass entire planets, they also control which of their offspring become Warriors-Prime, and which become new Queens. For example, the Great Mother from Sleazeworld implanted the Shi’ar warrior Fang with a Warrior-Prime embryo, but implanted the rest of the X-Men with Queen embryos, a discrepancy that suggests a certain amount of control on the Queen’s end.
  • Broodlings - As the bottom level of the Brood caste system, the Broodlings were nicknamed "sleazoids" by Kitty Pryde but also known as Warriors-Prime and Drones, they are the most common of the Brood. They do all the labor and most of the fighting, and are organized into several different roles, among them Weaponeer, Clan-Master, Hunt-Master, Huntsmen, Tech Handlers, and Scholars. They resemble large insects and can vary in size. They generally retain the size of their hosts. Their hides are brown and covered in armored scales. Their bodies consist of three sections: a head, a thorax, and an abdomen. The forked crowns of their heads extend backward, well over the length of the thorax. Each Brood has a unique black figure on its forehead, almost like a birthmark or a fingerprint. They have large, yellow eyes on both sides of their heads, large mouths, and one row of spiky teeth on the top and bottom of the jaw. Each Brood has six limbs; two tentacles that function as forearms and two rear sets of jointed limbs. Their tentacles are dexterous enough to fire weapons and pilot ships. The Brood Warriors-Prime also have wings, and fly as a primary means of travel. Their abdomens taper into a two-pronged, functional stinger. The most common method of creating a Brood is through infection of a host, and this is how all Warriors-Prime are birthed. The Brood lays its eggs at the back of the necks of its victims since everything the eggs need to gestate, including all 31 nerve segments and access to the carotid and vertebral arteries, rests at the top of the spinal column. After a Queen implants her eggs into a host, the egg splices itself to the host’s nervous system and rewrites its DNA into that of Brood. Upon the egg’s hatching, the host undergoes transformation into a Brood Warrior-Prime. The Warrior-Prime retains the genetic memory of its host, enabling it to access the host’s personality, access any of the abilities contained in the host’s genetic code, and even revert to its host body when it needs to conceal itself. It can also use a transitional form between the Brood and the host, giving it access to the best abilities from each form.
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Comics
0101 | Abomination | Absorbing Man | Absalom | Acolytes | Adversary | Ahab | A.I.M. | Akhenaten | Alan Lewis | Amanda Sefton | Ani-Mator | Annihilus | Apocalypse | Arcade | Archangel | Arclight | Arnim Zola | Avalanche | Awesome Android | Azazel | Badoon | Barbarus | Bastion | Baron Karza | Baron Wolfgang von Strucker | Batroc | Beef | Beetle | Black Tom Cassidy | Belasco | Beyonder | Black Box | Blastaar | Blockbuster | Blood Brothers | Bolivar Trask | Blob | Bogeyman | Boomerang | Brood | Brotherhood of Evil Mutants | Brainchild | Bulldozer | Bullseye | Burner | Cameron Hodge | Carnage | Cassandra Nova | Children of the Vault | Chimera | Clan Akkaba | Coach | Computo | Constrictor | Count Nefaria | Creeps | Crossbones | Dark Avengers | Dark Beast | Dark Phoenix | Dark X-Men | Deadpool | Demon Bear | Doctor Doom | Doctor Rice | Dracula | Egghead | Emma Frost | Erik Killmonger | Exodus | Fenris | Freedom Force | Friends of Humanity | Frightful Four | Frost Giants | Galactus | Gamesmaster | Graydon Creed | Hand | Hela | Hellfire Club | Henry Peter Gyrich | High Evolutionary | Hobgoblin | Holocaust | Horsemen of Apocalypse | HYDRA | Impossible Man | Jackal | Juggernaut | Kang | Kid Omega | Kingpin | Klaw | Knull | Krakoa | Kraven | Lord Deathstrike | Lady Deathstrike | Legion | Leper Queen | Lilith | Living Monolith | Lizard | Loki | Mad Thinker | Madame Viper | Madelyne Pryor | Magneto | Magus | Malekith the Accursed | Mandarin | Marrow | Masters of Evil | Master Mold | Medusa | Maximus | Mesmero | Mikhail Rasputin | Mister Jip | Mister Negative | Mister Sinister | M.O.D.O.K. | Mojo | Mole Man | Morlocks | Moses Magnum | Mutant Response Division | Mystique | Mysterio | N'Astirh | Namor | Nanny | Nekra | Neo | Nightmare | Nimrod | Nitro | Norman Osborn | Obnoxio the Clown | Omega Gang | Omega Red | Onslaught | Orphan-Maker | Ozymandias | Pandemonia | Phalanx | Piledriver | Pilgrimm | Predator X | Proteus | Psycho-Man | Punisher (Earth-95216) | Purifiers | Pyro | Quicksilver | Reavers | Red Ghost | Red Skull | Reverend Craig | Rhino | Right | Rogue | Ronan | Sabretooth | Sandman | Sat-Yr-9 | Sauron | Savage Land Mutates | Scarlet Witch | Scorpion | Sebastian Shaw | Selene Gallio | Sentinels | Serpent Society | Shadow King | Shadow Xavier | Shocker | Silver Sable | Silver Samurai | Simon Trask | Skrulls | Spiral | Stranger | Stinger | Stryfe | Stephen Lang | Sublime | Sugarman | Super-Adaptoid | Super-Apes | Supreme Intelligence | Thanos | Thunderball | Thunderbolt Ross | Tiger Shark | Tinkerer | Toad | Trevor Fitzroy | Typhoid Mary | Tyrannus | Unus | Venom | Vulcan | Vulture | Wendigo | Whiplash | Whirlwind | White Rabbit | William Stryker | Wizard | Wrecker | X-Man | Xemnu | Xorn | Ymir | Zaladane

Movies
X-Men: Brotherhood of Mutants (Magneto, Mystique, Sabretooth & Toad) | Pyro
X2: William Stryker Jr. | Lady Deathstrike | Jason Stryker | Brotherhood of Mutants (Magneto, Mystique & Pyro)
X-Men: The Last Stand: Brotherhood of Mutants (Magneto, Dark Phoenix, Pyro, Juggernaut, Multiple Man & Mystique) | Omega Gang (Callisto, Psylocke, Quill, Arclight, Avalanche, Spike, Glob Herman & Phat) | Archangel
X-Men: First Class: Hellfire Club (Sebastian Shaw, Emma Frost, Azazel, Angel Salvadore & Riptide) | William Stryker Sr. | Magneto | Mystique
X-Men: Days of Future Past: Trask Industries (Bolivar Trask, William Stryker Jr. & Sentinels) | Magneto | Mystique | Toad | Horsemen of Apocalypse (Apocalypse)
X-Men: Apocalypse: Ashir En Sabah Nur/Horsemen of Apocalypse (Apocalypse, Magneto, Psylocke & Archangel) | Dark Phoenix | Mystique | William Stryker Jr. | Blob
X-Men: Dark Phoenix: Dark Phoenix | D'Bari (Vuk & Jones) | Brotherhood of Mutants (Magneto & Selene Gallio) | Mystique
The New Mutants: Essex Corp (Cecilia Reyes) | Demon Bear | Reverend Craig | Smiley Men

Television
X-Men (1992): Magneto | Sentinels | Sabretooth | Juggernaut | Apocalypse | Mesmero | Horsemen of Apocalypse | Mister Sinister | Omega Red | Brotherhood of Mutants (Mystique, Avalanche, Blob & Pyro) | Dark Phoenix | Master Mold | Bolivar Trask | Silver Samurai | Hellfire Club (Sebastian Shaw, Harry Leland, Jason Wyngarde, Donald Pierce & Emma Frost) | Reavers (Bonebreaker & Lady Deathstrike) | Supreme Intelligence | D'Ken | Deathbird | Graydon Creed | Red Skull | Toad | Sauron | High Evolutionary | Phalanx | Brood | Skrulls | Super-Adaptoid | Awesome Android | Mojo
X-Men: Evolution: Magneto | Brotherhood of Mutants (Mystique, Avalanche, Toad, Blob, Quicksilver & Scarlet Witch) | Pyro | Mastermind | HYDRA (Madame Viper & Omega Red) | David Haller | Juggernaut | Bolivar Trask | Sentinels | Apocalypse | Horsemen of Apocalypse | Mesmero | Sabretooth | Destiny | Arcade
Wolverine and the X-Men: Brotherhood of Mutants (Magneto, Mystique, Scarlet Witch, Juggernaut, Quicksilver, Avalanche, Blob, Pyro & Toad) | Dark Phoenix | Bolivar Trask | Sentinels | Sabretooth | Mutant Response Division (Colonel Moss) | Shadow King | Hellfire Club (Sebastian Shaw, Donald Pierce, Harry Leland, Selene Gallio, Emma Frost & Stepford Cuckoos) | Master Mold | Silver Samurai | Nitro | Mojo | Mister Sinister | Apocalypse
Marvel Anime: X-Men: Hellfire Club (Emma Frost, Martermind) | U-Men (Sublime)
Legion: Legion | Shadow King | Oliver Bird | Time Eaters
The Gifted: Sentinel Services (Jace Turner, Ed Weeks) | Trask Industries (Roderick Champell) | Ted Wilson | Hellfire Club (Fenris, Reeva Paype, Frost Sisters) | Benedict Ryan

Video Games
The Uncanny X-Men: Magneto | White Queen | Juggernaut | Sabretooth | Boomerang
X-Men: Madness in Murderworld: Arcade | Magneto | Juggernaut | Blob | White Queen | Mystique | Pyro | Wendigo | Silver Samurai
X-Men II: The Fall of the Mutants: Mystique | Avalanche | Blob | Pyro | Spiral
Spider-Man & X-men: Arcade's Revenge: Arcade | Carnage | Rhino | Apocalypse | Juggernaut | Selene Gallio | Sentinels | Master Mold
X-Men (1992): Brotherhood of Mutant Terrorists (Magneto, Mystique, White Queen, Juggernaut, Blob, Pyro, Wendigo & Living Monolith) | Sentinels
X-Men (1993): Magneto | Apocalypse | Sabretooth | Juggernaut | Sentinels | Ahab | Mojo
X-Men 2: Clone Wars: Apocalypse | Phalanx | The Brood | Magneto
X-Men: Children of the Atom: Magneto | Juggernaut | Omega Red | Silver Samurai | Sentinel | Spiral | Mojo
X-Men (1994): Magneto | Sebastian Shaw | Callisto | Sauron | Brood Queen | Omega Red
X-Men 2: Game Master's Legacy: Gamesmaster | Apocalypse | Mister Sinster | Exodus
X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse: Apocalypse | Juggernaut | Omega Red | Brood Queen | Sentinels | Acolytes | Exodus | Magneto
X-Men vs. Street Fighter: Apocalypse | Acolytes | Magneto | Juggernaut | Sabretooth | Rogue | Angel
X-Men 3: Mojo World: Mojo | Magneto | Master Mold | Trevor Fitzroy | Spiral
X-Men: The Ravages of Apocalypse: Apocalypse | Mister Sinister | Magneto
X-Men: Mutant Academy: Magneto | Mystique | Sabretooth | Toad
X-Men: Mutant Wars: Magneto | Mystique | Sabretooth | Apocalypse
X-Men: Wolverine's Rage: Lady Deathstrike | Sabretooth | Deadpool
X-Men: Mutant Academy 2: Magneto | Mystique | Sabretooth | Juggernaut | Toad
X-Men: Reign of Apocalypse: Apocalypse | Archangel | Magneto | Dark Phoenix | Juggernaut | Sabretooth | Silver Samurai | Sauron | Blob | Pyro
X-Men: Next Dimension: Brotherhood of Evil Mutants (Magneto, Sabretooth, Toad, Mystique, Juggernaut, Blob, Lady Deathstrike & Pyro) | Bastion | Sentinels
X2: Wolverine's Revenge: Magneto | Sabretooth | Wendigo | Lady Deathstrike | Juggernaut | Omega Red | Apocalypse | Mr. Sinister
X-Men Legends: Brotherhood of Evil Mutants/Acolytes (Magneto, Mystique, Blob, Pyro, Avalanche, Sabretooth & Toad) | Marrow | Juggernaut | Shadow King | Apocalypse | Master Mold
X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse: Apocalypse | The Brood | Lady Deathstrike | Sauron | Omega Red | Stepford Cuckoos | Deadpool | Mister Sinister | Dark Beast | Living Monolith | Mystique | Destiny | Blob | Emma Frost | Sebastian Shaw | Archangel | Selene Gallio | Quicksilver
X-Men The Official Game: Brotherhood of Mutants (Magneto, Sabretooth & Pyro) HYDRA (Silver Samurai & Deathstike) | Multiple Man | Jason Stryker | Master Mold | Mystique | Toad

See Also
Alpha Flight Villains | Deadpool Villains | Excalibur Villains | New Mutants Villains | Wolverine Villains | X-Factor Villains | X-Force Villains | X-Men Movie Villains

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Comics
Absorbing Man | A.I.M. | Annihilus | Awesome Android | Badoon | Blastaar | Brood | Centurion | Controller | Dark Avengers | Deathbird | Doctor Faustus | Dormammu | Electro | Elementals | Enchantress | Frost Giants | Galactus | Grant Ward | Grotesk | Kang | King Cobra | Kree | Korath the Pursuer | Living Laser | Loki | Maestro | Molecule Man | Mandarin | Mercurio | Melter | Minn-Erva | M.O.D.O.K. | Moonstone | Mystique | Nebula | Nitro | Porcupine | Psycho-Man | Puppet Master | Quasimodo | Red Ghost | Rogue | Ronan | Scorpion | Sentry 459 | Skrulls | Skurge | Starforce | Stranger | Super-Adaptoid | Super-Apes | Super-Skrull | Supreme Intelligence | Talos the Untamed | Thanos | Tiger Shark | Ultimus | Vampires | Yon-Rogg

Movie
Kree Empire/Starforce (Yon-Rogg, Minn-Erva, Korath the Pursuer, Att-lass, Bron-Char, Ronan the Accuser, Soh-Larr & Supreme Intelligence) | Skrulls (Talos & Norex) | Thanos

See Also
Ms. Marvel Villains

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Comics
Abomination | Absorbing Man | A.I.M | Alkhema | Angela | Annihilation Wave | Annihilus | Apocalypse | Archangel | Badoon | Beyonder | Blastaar | Black Cat | Black Order | Blob | Blood Brothers | Brood | Bulldozer | Carnage | Collector | Celestials | Chitauri | Crime-Master | Dark Avengers | Dark Phoenix | Diablo | Doctor Doom | Doctor Octopus | Dormammu | Dragon of the Moon | Eddie Brock | Ego the Living Planet | Electro | Fin Fang Foom | Firelord | Frost Giants | Galactus | Garthan Saal | Gorgon | Grandmaster | Green Goblin | Grey Gargoyle | Hela | Hera | High Evolutionary | Jack O' Lantern | J'son | Juggernaut | Kang the Conqueror | Korath the Pursuer | Korvac | Knull | Kraven | Kree | Loki Laufeyson | Madame Masque | Maelstrom | Magneto | Magus | Mastermind | Masters of Evil | Medusa | Mephisto | M.O.D.O.K. | Mole Man | Namor | Nebula | Oddball | Piledriver | Puff Adder | Pyro | Red Skull | Ronan | Rhino | Sabretooth | Sandman | Savage Six | Sentinels | Shocker | Skrulls | Space Phantom | Super-Adaptoid | Super-Skrull | Supreme Intelligence | Symbiotes | Taskmaster | Terrax | Thanos | Titania | Thunderball | Ultimus | Ultron | Universal Church of Truth | Venom | Vulcan | Vulture | Whiplash | Whirlwind | Wrecker | Xemnu

Movies
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) | Garthan Saal | Eson the Searcher | Chitauri (The Other) | Moloka Dar | Monstrous Inmate | The Collector | Dark Elf | Thanos
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: Ego | Sovereign (Ayesha, Sovereign Admiral, Zylak & Sovereign Chambermaid) | Yondu Ravager Clan (Yondu Udonta, Kraglin Obfonteri, Nebula, Tullk, Oblo, Taserface, Gef, Retch, Halfnut, Brahl, Vorker, Narblik & Huhtar) | Abilisk | The Grandmaster | Thanos

TV Series
Guardians of the Galaxy (TV Series): Thanos | J'son | Kree | Ronan the Accuser | Korath the Pursuer | Nebula | Black Order | Loki Laufeyson | Destroyer | Medusa | Maximus | High Evolutionary | Supreme Intelligence | Symbiotes | Chitauri | Magus | Blood Brothers| Fin Fang Foom | The Collector | Grandmaster | A.I.M (M.O.D.O.K) | Venom | Carnage | Hela
What If...? (Season 1): Infinity Ultron | The Collector | Black Order (Ebony Maw | Proxima Midnight | Corvus Glaive | Cull Obsidian) | Ego | Prince Killmonger | Arnim Zola | Strange Supreme

Video Games
Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: Magus | Dweller-In-Darkness | Blood Brothers | Inquisitor | Thanos | Wendigo | Fin Fang Foom | Grand Unifier Raker

See Also
Howard the Duck Villains | Nova Villains

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Comics
Abomination | Air-Walker | Annihilus | Badoon | Blastaar | Brotherhood of Evil Mutants | Carnage | Collecter | Dire Wraiths | Doctor Doom | Dracula | Ego | Firelord | Galactus | Gorgon | Grandmaster | High Evolutionary | Impossible Man | Kang the Conqueror | Knull | Korath the Pursuer | Korvac | Kree | Loki Laufeyson | Magneto | Magus | Mastermind | Masters of Evil | Mesdusa | Mephisto | Mole Man | Morg | Namor | Nebula | Nightmare | Phalanx | Puppet Master | Psycho-Man | Quicksilver | Reptyl | Ronan the Accuser | Scarlet Witch | Scorpion | Skaar | Skrulls | Stardust | Stranger | Super-Skrull | Supreme Intelligence | Talos the Untamed | Terrax the Tamer | Thanos | Toad | Universal Church of Truth | Xemnu | Venom

Movie
Galactus | Victor von Doom

Television
Thanos | Galactus | Lady Chaos | Nebula | Ego the Living Planet | Supreme Intelligence | Kree Empire | Skrulls

Video Games
Silver Surfer: Galactus | Mephisto | Firelord | Emperor
Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer: Galactus | Victor vom Doom | Terrax the Tamer | Red Ghost | Super-Apes | Super-Skrull

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Comics
Agony | All-Black | Answer | Anti-Venom | Batroc the Leaper | Black Cat | Blackheart | Blob | Brood | Brothers Grimm | Carlton Drake | Carnage | Carrion | Collector | Constrictor | Crime-Master | Crossbones | Deadpool | Death Adder | Demogoblin | Doctor Octopus | Doppelgangar | Emma Frost | Galactus | Green Goblin (Norman Osborn) | Grizzly | Hand | Hobgoblin (Phil Urich) | Hood | Human Fly | Hybrid | Ironclad | Jackal | Jack O' Lantern | J. Jonah Jameson | Juggernaut | Kang | Kingpin | Knull | Kraven the Hunter | Kree | Krobaa | Kron Stone | Lasher | Lee Price | Life Foundation | Loki Laufeyson | Lord Deathstrike | Maggia | Magneto | The Maker | Malekith | Mania | Master Pandemonium | Masters of Evil | Mayhem | Megatak | Mephisto | Mercurio the 4-D Man | Mister E | Mister Negative | Mister Sinister | Morbius | Mysterio | Mystique | Phage | Puma | Punisher | Raze | Red Hulk | Red Ghost | Rhino | Riot | Roland Treece | Roxxon Energy Corporation | Rose | Sandman | Scorn | Scorpion | Scream | She-Venom | Shocker | Shriek | Sin-Eater | Stegron | Spot | Symbiotes | Taskmaster | Tombstone | Toxin | U-Foes | Vapor | Vector | Venom (Eddie Brock & Angelo Fortunato) | Vulture | X-Ray | Zzzxx

Movies
Venom: Eddie Brock/Venom | Life Foundation (Carlton Drake/Riot & Roland Treece) | Cletus Kasady
Venom: Let There Be Carnage: Eddie Brock/Venom | Cletus Kasady/Carnage | Shriek | J. Jonah Jameson | Kasady Family

Video Games
Spider-Man and Venom: Maximum Carnage: Carnage | Shriek | Doppelganger | Demogoblin | Carrion
Spider-Man and Venom: Separation Anxiety: The Jury | Sentry | Ramshot | Screech | Bomblast | Firearm | Wysper | Life Foundation | Symbiotes (Carnage | Riot | Phage | Lasher | Agony | Scream)

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