There's just something about bad girls. The rush of a girl who can kick your butt is something special, too. When you combine these things, you get some of the most provocative women to grace the pages of Marvel comic books - the hottest super villains in the Marvel Universe.
It goes without saying these marvel super villains have done harm to our favorite comic book heroes. Mystique does whatever she can to disrupt the X-Men. The Enchantress will cast any spell to get rid of Thor. Black Cat will pull the run under Spider-Man at a moments notice. Girl villains get work done!
Whether they've got daddy issues and insist on following in their father's evil ways, like Sin, Daughter of the Red Skull, or are women who are just crazy (Shriek), or are one of those special few who go both ways (Black Cat), there's just some magic about a villainess. But which Marvel villainesses are the hottest? Female supervillains are not exactly common nor well known, but the Marvel women on this list should be!
To commemorate the bad-girls of the comic world, here we breakdown the hottest super villains in Marvel Comics. Vote up the hottest bad girls below, and be sure to vote for the hottest bad girls in the DC Universe as well. After you are finished with this list, head on over and vote on the list of Wolverine's girlfriends.
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