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10 Marvel Characters We Expect To See Introduced In MCU
Phase 5
The Hood
Parker "The Hood" Robbins is a small-time crook until he gets his hands on a demon's goodie bag, which includes a hood that gives him magical powers, notably teleportation and levitation. Anthony Ramos' The Hood will appear in "Ironheart," making him one of the first confirmed new characters viewers can expect from Phase Five of MCU.
The Witches
First seen in "WandaVision," Kathryn Hahn's Agatha Harkness is getting her own spin-off series — "Agatha: Coven of Chaos." With Aubrey Plaza on board and the word coven in the title, there is no way Agatha isn't getting some witchy new friends or enemies; the show will likely transform Westview, aka Agatha's prison, into the basis for New Salem.
Ael-Dan & Dar-Benn
Ael-Dan and Dar-Benn are Kree Generals from the comic books, and in their sole major outing, they usurped the Emperor and established joint rule. Rumors suggest Zawe Ashton will play a Kree General, likely a riff on at least one of two names mentioned above, looking to strike out at the Marvels in the upcoming movie, "The Marvels."
Hyperion isn't a villain, but most of his versions make him an uncomfortable match with the Avengers, with a power level set to terrifying. His story is poignant stuff, making him highly likely to appear in Phase Five as the physical embodiment of today's jingoistic politics the "Thunderbolts" will likely have to navigate.
Jamal Afari
In his few comic appearances, Jamal Afari, Blade's mentor, is a quintessential 1920's Black man from Harlem, with all the jazz notes and iffy coding required. Delroy Lindo has joined the cast of Mahershala Ali's "Blade" film, so it's a fair guess that viewers are going to see an all-new take on a minor but poignant piece of Eric Brooks' past.