Every Avenger With No Superpowers (And How They Fight)

Iron Man became the first and most important hero in the MCU, both in-universe and from a commercial standpoint, and he did so without any superpowers. Granted, Tony Stark’s money, intelligence, and line of work would naturally make him as important to national security as the military and agencies like SHIELD, but all of those resources were being used for nothing but to build weapons. The attempt on Tony Stark’s life led him to reevaluate all of his decisions, and Iron Man was born. Powered by a miniaturized version of the Arc reactor, the Iron Man armors created by Tony Stark were able to make him a one-man army. From the enhanced strength to the ability to fly and shoot energy blasts, the Iron Man armors and their following nanotech updates transformed the ordinary human Tony Stark into one of the strongest heroes the world had ever seen.

Black Widow

Natasha Romanoff was not only one of the original Avengers, but she was also one of the first members of the team to be introduced in the MCU. Black Widow first appeared in Iron Man 2, in which she was working undercover for SHIELD as Tony Stark’s new assistant. The ability to work undercover and make a full report on Iron Man for Nick Fury’s Avengers Initiative without Stark noticing was an example of one of the many Black Widow skills, which also included hand-to-hand fighting abilities and proficient use of all types of weapons as part of her curriculum. Natasha Romanoff had a cruel and extensive training, as revealed in the Black Widow movie, and for a long time, she used those abilities as an assassin only. Black Widow found in SHIELD a chance to redeem herself, and her experience on the field and extraordinary fighting abilities made her an important Avenger despite the lack of superpowers.

Hawkeye

Black Widow was not the only founding member of Avengers without a superpower. Hawkeye, an agent of SHIELD for years, collected similar skills as Romanoff in terms of fighting abilities and handling of different weapons. The main difference is that Barton specialized in the use of a bow and arrow, which added to his extreme precision and unmatched accuracy, earning him the moniker of Hawkeye. While Clint Barton spent most of the first Avengers movie under Loki’s mind control, Hawkeye became an important member of the team despite not having a superpower. He is the one who inspired Wanda Maximoff to become an Avenger, managed to free Wanda during the events of Captain America: Civil War, and now is training the possible future Avenger Kate Bishop while trying to make up for his mistakes as Ronin – a time in which Clint Barton was lost in his grief.

War Machine

James “Rhodey” Rhodes never had an Arc reactor on his chest, but he was still able to pilot the Mark II armor and all of its upgrades. Rhodes has had a long and impressive career in the U.S. Air Force, which often places him in the middle of the tensions between the superheroes and the government. After using the Iron Man Mark II armor, Rhodes and the military developed the unique War Machine Mark I armoe, followed by what would be known as the Iron Patriot suit and future War Machine variations. While very similar to the Iron Man armors, the War Machine armor is overall bulkier, heavier, and brings a more traditional arsenal than the one used by Tony Stark. That makes War Machine’s firepower very significant, but it costs him speed.

Captain America (Formerly Falcon)

Sam Wilson, former Falcon and current Captain America, also had a career in the military before becoming an Avenger. Sam spent years using a special wingsuit in his pararescue missions for the Air Force, which prompted him to become more skillful and prepared for extraordinary situations than a regular soldier. Although Sam had decided to retire, meeting Steve Rogers and fighting in the events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier brought him back to the field as Falcon. Sam Wilson would then bring his skills, experience, and special gear to the Avengers. After Steve Rogers’ retirement in Avengers: Endgame, Sam picked up the shield to become Captain America. Unlike Rogers, the Winter Soldier, and John Walker, Sam Wilson has never used the super-soldier serum in the MCU.

Ant-Man & Wasp

Hank Pym, Janet Van Dyne, Scott Lang, and Hope Van Dyne all used the title of Ant-Man or Wasp at some point, and none of them had superpowers. Instead, Ant-Man and Wasp use Hank Pym’s most important invention, the Pym particles, to both reduce and increase their size. In the case of the reduction of size, the Pym particles’ transformation offers the user enhanced strength as a result of their increased density, which makes Ant-Man and Wasp some of the strongest Avengers despite the lack of actual superpowers. However, the dependency on the suits and on the Pym particles is a liability.

Okoye

A member of the Avengers since the Avengers: Infinity War Snap, Okoye never had any sort of enhanced strength as T’Challa had from the Heart-Shaped Herb, and all of her skills come from years of training. Okoye is the leader of Wakanda’s special forces, the Dora Milaje, which places her as one of the most important warriors in the country, along with Black Panther. She has extensive skills in different styles of martial arts and hand-to-hand combat, as well as in using the Dora Milaje’s signature Vibranium Spear. All of those abilities, plus the Dora Milaje Vibranium armor, make Okoye one of the best fighters in the MCU.


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Iron Man became the first and most important hero in the MCU, both in-universe and from a commercial standpoint, and he did so without any superpowers. Granted, Tony Stark’s money, intelligence, and line of work would naturally make him as important to national security as the military and agencies like SHIELD, but all of those resources were being used for nothing but to build weapons. The attempt on Tony Stark’s life led him to reevaluate all of his decisions, and Iron Man was born. Powered by a miniaturized version of the Arc reactor, the Iron Man armors created by Tony Stark were able to make him a one-man army. From the enhanced strength to the ability to fly and shoot energy blasts, the Iron Man armors and their following nanotech updates transformed the ordinary human Tony Stark into one of the strongest heroes the world had ever seen.

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Black Widow

Natasha Romanoff was not only one of the original Avengers, but she was also one of the first members of the team to be introduced in the MCU. Black Widow first appeared in Iron Man 2, in which she was working undercover for SHIELD as Tony Stark’s new assistant. The ability to work undercover and make a full report on Iron Man for Nick Fury’s Avengers Initiative without Stark noticing was an example of one of the many Black Widow skills, which also included hand-to-hand fighting abilities and proficient use of all types of weapons as part of her curriculum. Natasha Romanoff had a cruel and extensive training, as revealed in the Black Widow movie, and for a long time, she used those abilities as an assassin only. Black Widow found in SHIELD a chance to redeem herself, and her experience on the field and extraordinary fighting abilities made her an important Avenger despite the lack of superpowers.

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Hawkeye

Black Widow was not the only founding member of Avengers without a superpower. Hawkeye, an agent of SHIELD for years, collected similar skills as Romanoff in terms of fighting abilities and handling of different weapons. The main difference is that Barton specialized in the use of a bow and arrow, which added to his extreme precision and unmatched accuracy, earning him the moniker of Hawkeye. While Clint Barton spent most of the first Avengers movie under Loki’s mind control, Hawkeye became an important member of the team despite not having a superpower. He is the one who inspired Wanda Maximoff to become an Avenger, managed to free Wanda during the events of Captain America: Civil War, and now is training the possible future Avenger Kate Bishop while trying to make up for his mistakes as Ronin – a time in which Clint Barton was lost in his grief.

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War Machine

James “Rhodey” Rhodes never had an Arc reactor on his chest, but he was still able to pilot the Mark II armor and all of its upgrades. Rhodes has had a long and impressive career in the U.S. Air Force, which often places him in the middle of the tensions between the superheroes and the government. After using the Iron Man Mark II armor, Rhodes and the military developed the unique War Machine Mark I armoe, followed by what would be known as the Iron Patriot suit and future War Machine variations. While very similar to the Iron Man armors, the War Machine armor is overall bulkier, heavier, and brings a more traditional arsenal than the one used by Tony Stark. That makes War Machine’s firepower very significant, but it costs him speed.

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Captain America (Formerly Falcon)

Sam Wilson, former Falcon and current Captain America, also had a career in the military before becoming an Avenger. Sam spent years using a special wingsuit in his pararescue missions for the Air Force, which prompted him to become more skillful and prepared for extraordinary situations than a regular soldier. Although Sam had decided to retire, meeting Steve Rogers and fighting in the events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier brought him back to the field as Falcon. Sam Wilson would then bring his skills, experience, and special gear to the Avengers. After Steve Rogers’ retirement in Avengers: Endgame, Sam picked up the shield to become Captain America. Unlike Rogers, the Winter Soldier, and John Walker, Sam Wilson has never used the super-soldier serum in the MCU.
Ant-Man & Wasp

Hank Pym, Janet Van Dyne, Scott Lang, and Hope Van Dyne all used the title of Ant-Man or Wasp at some point, and none of them had superpowers. Instead, Ant-Man and Wasp use Hank Pym’s most important invention, the Pym particles, to both reduce and increase their size. In the case of the reduction of size, the Pym particles’ transformation offers the user enhanced strength as a result of their increased density, which makes Ant-Man and Wasp some of the strongest Avengers despite the lack of actual superpowers. However, the dependency on the suits and on the Pym particles is a liability.

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Okoye

A member of the Avengers since the Avengers: Infinity War Snap, Okoye never had any sort of enhanced strength as T’Challa had from the Heart-Shaped Herb, and all of her skills come from years of training. Okoye is the leader of Wakanda’s special forces, the Dora Milaje, which places her as one of the most important warriors in the country, along with Black Panther. She has extensive skills in different styles of martial arts and hand-to-hand combat, as well as in using the Dora Milaje’s signature Vibranium Spear. All of those abilities, plus the Dora Milaje Vibranium armor, make Okoye one of the best fighters in the MCU.

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