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Which Marvel Villain is Dan Guerrero?

It’s ‘Marvel Week’ at SB Nation — so we got to thinking, if he were actually a supervillain ...

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Okay, there are approximately 970 villains in all of the Marvel Comics. That’s too many to A) list and B) even attempt to discuss in one post.

So, for the sake of making it easier on us all to discuss, we’ll limit it to just those supervillains that have made an appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).

Oh, if you can’t tell, it’s Marvel Week here at SB Nation, so we’re tying that in with everyone’s favori... least-favorite athletic director Dan Guerrero. There are some admirable jobs done in his tenure, say hi Mick Cronin, but there is far too much for me to even get into here that can’t be outdone by the splendid hiring of Coach Cronin.

The MCU has had its fair share of top-grossing films, that’s putting it nicely. We’ve all likely seen a few of them, or maybe during our quarantine time, we’ve sat down and watched them all in order on Disney+. Maybe you have, maybe you haven’t.

So, if you haven’t, I’ll do the leg work for you. Here are the villains, and a link to a quick biography on their villain-ary in the movies for you to compare to Guerrero.

Take a look at these villains and give your thoughts on which MCU villain Guerrero is.

Loki (from Thor, The Avengers)

Killmonger (from Black Panther)

Adrian Toomes (from Spider-Man: Homecoming)

Thanos (from two different Avengers)

The Mandarin (from Iron Man 3)

Ego (from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2)

Red Skull (from Captain America: The First Avenger)

Obadiah Stane/Iron Monger (from Iron Man)

Ultron (from Avengers: Age of Ultron)

Justin Hammer (from Iron Man 2)

Helmut Zemo (from Captain America: Civil War)

Aldrich Killian (from Iron Man 3)

The Winter Soldier (from Captain America: The Winter Soldier)

Mysterio (from Spider-Man: Far from Home)

Hela (from Thor: Ragnarok)

Yon-Rogg (from Captain Marvel)

General Ross (from The Incredible Hulk)

Darren Cross / Yellowjacket (from Ant-Man)

Ghost (from Ant-Man and the Wasp)

Alexander Pierce (from Captain America: The Winter Soldier)

Kaecilius (from Doctor Strange)

Ronan (from Guardians of the Galaxy)

Laufey (from Thor)

Dormammu (from Doctor Strange)

Malekith (from Thor: The Dark World)

Abomination (from The Incredible Hulk)

Whiplash (from Iron Man 2)

There we have ‘em. Now, have at it.