10 Marvel Movie Villains Who Totally Beat Themselves

  • MCU villains often bring about their own downfall through hubris, ego, or flawed plans, rather than being defeated by superheroes. Only a few, like Thanos and Zemo, have succeeded in their goals.
  • Some villains choose to sacrifice themselves for redemption or to correct their mistakes, showing that not all villains are irredeemable.
  • Marvel Studios has displayed a trend of villains defeating themselves over the duration of the MCU, whether through their own actions or by underestimating their adversaries.
Many of the most terrifying villains in the Marvel Cinematic Universe have caused their own downfalls, rather than being directly defeated by Marvel Studios' iconic superheroes. Since the MCU kicked off with 2008's Iron Man, dozens of heroes have been adapted from Marvel Comics into live-action. However, no good superhero story would be able to unfold without the inclusion of threatening and formidable villains. Many of the strongest MCU villains have been brought down by the power, teamwork, and tactical minds of Marvel Studios' heroes, but some managed to devise deadly plans for themselves, or sacrifice themselves in some brilliant redemption moments.
It's rare that villains in the MCU actually succeed, with only the likes of the Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War and Zemo in Captain America: Civil War being able to achieve their goals. More often than not, the MCU's superheroes manage to devise ways to bring their foes to their knees, though villains have also been defeated by their own hubris and ego. Some of the more redeemable villains have actually been shown to make the sacrifice play, choosing to end their journeys after growing weary or wanting to fix their mistakes. In fact, a surprising number of Marvel Studios' villains have defeated themselves over the duration of the MCU.


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