Five most powerful couples in Marvel UniverseLast updated on Aug 06, 2019, 01:45 am
Marvel has one of the most extensive universes filled with heroes and villains.
While they are usually either determined to execute their evil plans or busy stopping others from executing theirs, there is always time for love.
Working side by side, depending on each other, has often blossomed into loving relationships for these superheroes.
Here are the five most powerful couples in Marvel Universe.
Hulkling and Wiccan: Marvel accepting different sexual orientations through superheroes
Hulkling and Wiccan are members of the Young Avengers team. Together, they constitute the best known gay couple in the Marvel universe.
Wiccan possesses magical powers while Hulkling is an alien.
Thus this teen couple has often had to face severe odds but they have made it through time and again, their bond stronger than ever, proving how perfect they are together.
Storm and Black Panther: A whirlwind romance, ruined by reality
Storm or Ororo is one of the most powerful, weather controlling mutants of the X-Men. Black Panther or T'Challa is a feared Avenger.
The two shared a whirlwind romance and got married. However, their innocent and intimate relationship soon fell apart, when Storm sided with the X-Men in the battle between Avengers and X-Men.
This couple exemplifies how duties ruined a romance.
Ant-man and The Wasp: Small heroes, giant hearts
Ant-Man and the Wasp are Marvel's original heroes who proved that size did not matter.
Janet van Dyne or the Wasp was a founding member of the Avengers and first approached Hank Pym to help avenge her father's death.
Pym as Ant-Man began working with her and soon feelings blossomed.
The two got married and proved that love and heartbreak can be overcome together.
Jean Grey and Cyclops: Being different, and in love together
Jean Grey and Cyclops, or Scott Summers, are two of the most powerful X-Men.
Their love has withstood several hardships and deaths of both characters.
Even when Jean had the Phoenix Force, Scott stood by her, while Jean got over Scott's psychic affair with Emma Frost.
Jean's telepathic powers and Scott's optic blasts make these two, one of the most powerful couples in Marvel.
Mr. Fantastic and the Invisible Woman: Making relationships work
Mr. Fantastic and Invisible Woman, or Reed and Sue Richards are considered to be the first family of Marvel for a reason.
The two have been together for ages and despite gaining powers, their commitment to each other has not lessened.
While they have had their rough patches romantically and ideologically as heroes, they have always bounced back, giving readers home in lasting happiness.