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Three Characters We Must See In The Marvel Universe This Decade

by Wayne Ayers
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Marvel should add three characters this decade to their movies or TV shows that will be on Disney Plus. Viv, Frenzy, and Cipher would be interesting characters to add to this historical run they have going on right now.

1. Willow Smith as Viv. Viv was a synthezoid created by the Vision in his process to humanize himself through the creation of a family. The brainwaves of Viv and her twin brother Vin come from the combination of the brain patters of the Vision and Virginia, Viv and Vin’s mother and Vision’s wife.

2. Aleyse Shannon portraying Joanna Cargill also known as Frenzy, is a mutant superhuman that appeared in the X-Factor 4. She has been a member of supervillain groups, including the Alliance of Evil and the Acolytes, as well as the superhero team the X-Men.

3. China Ann McClain playing Alisa Tager aka Cipher joined the universe when she was on the run from a mysterious assailant and infiltrated the Xavier institute while Jean Grey was still alive. Inexperienced with her powers Jean detected her and trusting that her remaining hidden would be of use to the Xavier institute she and her husband Cyclops personally trained the young woman in the use of her powers in secret. She only revealed herself to teammate Blind Fold who she aided on many occasions.

When Donald Pierce impersonated Cyclops and formed the new X-men she tried to stop him along with Greymaken but was defeated. When Pierce was outed and the y-men attacked the team she revealed herself to them and aided them in battle. She joined the x-men on Utopia and participated in stopping the riots in San Francisco.


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