Marvel vs Capcom 3: Marvel Characters – Special Moves/Hyper Combos (Pt1) [Guide]


A total of 19 Marvel characters, it’s a short list while most of the us expect a lot more heroes from this game. With only 1 DLC Shuma-Gorath. So probably we will be expecting more DLC characters in the future? Well anyway, here is part 1 of the Special Moves and Hyper Combos for each character.

Return to Top Captain America

A scrawny fine arts student who grew up during the Great Depression, Steve Rogers was injected with the Super Solider Serum, giving him superhuman strength and agility.

First Appearance: Captain America Comics #1

Return to Top Deadpool

The Merc with a Mouth…while he is incredibly silly, Deadpool is one of the most effective mercenaries out there.

First Appearance: The New Mutants #98

Return to Top Doctor Doom

Victor von Doom is a genius and ruler of Latveria. Often thwarted by the Fantastic Four, he uses his incredible mind and vast resources in repeated attempts at world domination.

First Appearance: The Fantastic Four #5

Return to Top Dormammu

Dormammu rules the Dark Dimension, using his mystical powers to try and conquer other dimensions.

First Appearance: Strange Tales #126

Return to Top Hulk

When Bruce Banner was exposed to radiation from a gamma bomb, the power of the Hulk was unlocked. Now, whenever Banner gets angry, he becomes the massively strong and powerful Hulk.

First Appearance: The Incredible Hulk #1

Return to Top Iron Man

Billionaire Tony Stark fights the forces of villainy in the high-tech Iron Man armor. He is one of the cornerstones of the Super Hero community and a founding member of the Avengers.

First Appearance: Tales of Suspense #39

Return to Top Magneto

With almost complete control of magnetism, Magneto is one of the most powerful mutants alive. He uses his massive powers to fight for his own mutant agenda at any cost.

First Appearance: The X-Men #1

Return to Top M.O.D.O.K.

M.O.D.O.K., the Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing who leads Advanced Idea Mechanics, is gifted with super intelligence and psionic power, using these powers to vex the world’s Super Heroes.

First Appearance: Tales of Suspense #93

Return to Top Phoenix

Mutant Jean Grey became the receptacle for the powerful Phoenix Force, which grants Jean near god-like powers when it becomes fully active.

First Appearance (as Jean Grey): The X-Men #1

Return to Top Sentinel

Invented by Dr. Bolivar Trask, Sentinels have one purpose…to destroy or capture mutants. There have been many different types of Sentinels employed by different groups.

First Appearance: The X-Men #14

Return to Top She-Hulk

When Jennifer Walters received a blood transfusion from her cousin Bruce Banner, she gained the power to become She-Hulk.

First Appearance: The Savage She-Hulk #1

Return to Top Shuma-Gorath (DLC)

Shuma-Gorath is an ancient and terrible being who wants to enslave humanity with his supernatural powers and ability to shapeshift.

First Appearance: Marvel Premiere #5

Return to Top Spider-Man

When a radioactive spider bit Peter Parker, he gained the proportionate strength and agility of the arachnid, which he now uses to fight evil.

First Appearance: Amazing Fantasy #15

Return to Top Storm

Ororo Munroe was gifted with the mutant ability to control weather. She joined the X-Men and has been one of their most reliable members.

First Appearance: Giant Size X-Men #1

Return to Top Super-Skrull

The Super-Skrull (also know as Kl’rt) was given all of the powers of the Fantastic Four. He uses these powers as a champion of the Skrull Empire.

First Appearance: Fantastic Four #18

Return to Top Taskmaster

Taskmaster has photographic reflexes, which allow him to copy any movement he has seen perfectly. He uses his abilities as a mercenary working for the highest bidder.

First Appearance: The Avengers #195

Return to Top Thor

The God of Thunder wields the mighty hammer Mjolnir to fight the forces of evil. He is also a founding member of the Vengadores.

First Appearance: Journey Into Mystery #83

Return to Top Wolverine

This Canadian member of the X-Men is the best there is at what he does, with his healing factor and adamantium claws. But what he does isn’t very nice.

First Appearance: The Incredible Hulk #180

Return to Top X-23

A female clone of Wolverine, X-23 has all of his powers in female form.

First Appearance (TV): X-Men: Evolution (“X-23″)

First Appearance (Comic): NYX #3


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