There are a lot of superheroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
At its foundation, The MCU has been built around the original 6 avengers.
They were Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, and Hulk, who got their own independent movies preliminary to the Avengers’ first movie.
In contrast, Hawkeye and Black Widow made their appearances in everyone else’s movies before they all teamed up against Loki to save NYC.
Both Black Widow and Hawkeye were the foundation of the MCU for a decade. But most of their story is done after Avengers: Endgame. Throughout the previous three phases, the MCU has introduced many additional heroes who have played a vital role.
These include Captain Marvel, Black Panther, Spider-Man, Guardians of the Galaxy, Doctor Strange and Ant-Man.
Even these characters have had one solo movie of their own.
In the meantime, characters like Scarlet Witch, Valkyrie, Falcon, and Vision have been doing well-known supporting roles.
Some of these characters will have their own show soon, thanks to the variety of MCU Disney+ shows in development.
While Marvel’s Phase 4 and beyond will resume focusing on some of the newer supporting heroes, but the MCU also plans to introduce many new superheroes. Characters like Blade and Shang-Chi already have their solo-movies in development, as does the celestial group known as the Eternals.
While on the other hand, Disney+ will introduce characters like She-Hulk, Kate Bishop, Moon Knight, and some more.
However, as 23 movies have been released in the last phase of the MCU, Marvel Studios has also teased various heroes who will be a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
So here’s the list of those 13 heroes that have been teased but have not yet used.
1. Miles Morales:
A nearly new comic character Miles Morales has already been teased in the MCU.
Fans know that Donald Glover played the role of Aaron Davis in the Spider-Man: Homecoming movie, which is Miles’ uncle.
This alone helps to set up as to how miles can be introduced. Though Davis mentions that he has a nephew, which means he refers to Miles, even though he doesn’t mention his name.
But in a deleted scene from the movie Davis is seen calling Miles on the phone.
As Tom Holland’s Peter Parker is still premature on his superhero career, it isn’t confirmed when Miles will make his MCU debut.
But one beautiful day he might get a chance all thanks to his popularity in the movie Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and the Spider-Man video game and the new Miles Morales Spider-Man game arriving this Holiday season.
2. Adam Warlock:
Adam Warlock has been teased in The Marvel Cinematic Universe for a couple of times.
A transformation pod that resembles a cocoon-like structure the same as that in the comics has appeared in the post-credit scene of Thor: The Dark World.
But still, Marvel waited until the release of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 to popularly set up Adam Warlock’s addition.
One of the five post-credit scenes from the movie showing Ayesha creating Adam capable of killing the Guardians.
James Gunn, the director of the movie series Guardians of the Galaxy, has teased Adam Warlock to be in the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.
Still, yet he isn’t confirmed to make his long-awaited debut.
3.The Original Human Torch:
Most of us fans are familiar with the Human Torch of the team Fantastic Four and are zealously waiting for his debut.
Now that Disney has acquired the Fox, studio MCU has already teased the original, android Human Torch.
This android Human Torch is one of the first Marvel characters ever created and appeared in Marvel Comics Issue #1 1939.
It was teased in the MCU in Captain America: The First Avenger.
When Steve visits the Stark Expo, a plastic body of the Human Torch can be seen.
The exhibit above the Human Torch case reads “Dr. Phineas Horton Presents: The Synthetic Man,”
According to the comics, Horton created the Human Torch.
It is although unclear as to when is the Human Torch is gonna make his appearance in the MCU.
4. Captain Britain:
It appears that the MCU has recently teased the addition of Captain Britain, aka Brian Braddock.
During Avengers: Endgame Peggy references to a SHIELD agent named Braddock in the year 1970.
As Brian isn’t categorically mentioned, this means this could be a reference to his father.
Even with this theory, his father’s existence is set-up in the 1970s, which ultimately sets up Brian being alive in the present time.
In one or the other case, when Captain Britain makes his actual MCU debut remains to be seen.
5. Beta Ray Bill:
The fan-favorite cosmic character Beta Ray Bill was teased to exits in the Marvel Cinematic Universe during the Thor: Ragnarok movie. In a quick jiff is shown.
In the movie, when showed a board where the names of past Champions of Sakarr before Hulk and one of them is definitely a Korbonite and most likely to be Beta Ray Bill.
In the comics, he is the rightful successor to the god of Thunder.
He becomes the legitimate owner of the Stormbreaker.
After this tease happened in Ragnarok rumors, have carried on
that Beta Ray could be making his debut in the fourth edition of Thor franchise Thor: Love and Thunder.
It has been discovered that Atlantis is there in The MCU, which means Namor will be there in the MCU.
This underwater city was first teased in Captain America: The First Avenger and then in Iron Man 2.
One more reference to Namor’s tales was referred to in Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
There was a tease in Avengers: Endgame that an underwater earthquake led many believe that Namor could be active at this time.
Due to Namor’s complex rights with Universal, it will be difficult for him to have a solo movie.
Still, Namor can appear as an assisting character in many Phase 4 movies.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has very calmly teased the intro of one of the greatest cosmic heroes, Nova.
Though Richard Rider has not been mentioned by name, the Nova Corps got introduced in the Guardians of the Galaxy.
Rhomann Dey also made an appearance in the movie, who, according to the comics, transfers his powers to Rider, making him Nova as he was dying.
The Nova Crops are a bit different in the MCU compared to comics. Still, Richard’s can’t be initiated without them drawn first.
In the concrete, Avengers: Infinity War was the perfect set-up for Nova’s origin.
As Thanos ruined Xandar and the Nova Corps.
Kevin Feige has said that Nova has an “instantaneous future” to join the MCU.
Jocasta, the robotic villain who turned into a hero, has been teased in the MCU.
Jocasta is a robot created by Ultron in the comics, who, in the end, turns against her creator to become a hero and even served as an Avenger in the comics.
However, in the MCU, Jocasta is another construction of genius billionaire playboy philanthropist Tony Stark.
When in Avengers: Age of Ultron Tony is searching for a new AI, as Ultron has defected, and Jarvis has become vision, a program named Jocasta can be seen in the view.
But then Tony instead chooses Friday.
Which means Jocasta has never been booted up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.