Here is the full roster of the Marvel Comics supervillain team, Hydra, one of the most published superhero groups in comic book history. Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, the comic book supervillain group made their first appearance in Strange Tales #135 (1965). The terrorist organization is named after the mythical Hydra, a giant serpent that grows multiple heads for every head that is chopped off. Who are all the members in Hydra?
The original Hydra leader was businessman Arnold Brown, but after his death, Baron Wolfgang von Strucker became the new Hydra leader. Other notable Hydra agents include Red Skull, Gorgon, Baron Helmut Zemo, Kingpin, and Bob, Agent of Hydra. At one point in the comics, even Captain America was a Hydra leader.
Did you forget who is in Hydra? Check out the complete list of Hydra members below and remember, Hail Hydra!
Baron StruckerSkilled military strategist and spy, master of disguise, exceptional hand to hand combatant Baron Wolfgang von Strucker is a fictional supervillain that appears in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Baron Strucker, a former Nazi officer, is one of the leaders of Hydra and ...more
Red SkullGenius-level strategist and scientist, political mastermind, skilled hand-to-hand combat and marksman The Red Skull is a fictional supervillain character that appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. He is the archenemy of the superhero Captain America, and is portrayed as a Nazi ...more
Rupert HelonaPossesses superhuman strength, durability and other various abilities thanks to his occult practises and use of dark magic.
Alizon BaunachaAdaptive, Agility, Fire Control
Ayla RaneferAnimal Control, Magic, Poisonous
Captain AmericaMartial arts, Hand-to-hand combat Steve Rogers is a fictional character from the film series Captain America.
DreadnoughtBlast Power, Electricity Control, Super Strength Dreadnoughts are a type of fictional robot found in the Marvel Comics universe. They are frequently employed by villainous organizations. Different forms of the robots are depicted by ...more
Horst EiseleSuper-Strength, Flight, and Power Fists
WireheadInvulnerability, Super Sight, Super Strength
WarlordIntellect, Leadership, Swordsmanship
WhaleBerserker Strength, Insanely Rich, Intellect
WolfenAdaptive, Agility, Claws
Madam WormCan vomit up and control a swarm of tiny worms/maggots that devour someone from within. Possibly can also control victims with the worms in their system telepathically.
Superior OctopusProto-Clone/Spider Physiology, Wall-Crawling, Mark of Kaine
TaskmasterPhotographic Reflexes, Limited Superhuman Speed, Physical Movement Prediction Taskmaster is a fictional character, an anti-hero and sometimes supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe. The character was primarily a supervillain but now is often portrayed as an antihero. ...more
Baron ZemoSlowed Aging, Genius-level intellect, Master Combatant Baron Zemo is the name of two fictional characters, both supervillains, in various Marvel Comics comic books, notably Captain America and the Avengers. The original Baron Zemo was first seen in ...more
Zhang HengIntellect, Leadership
Absorbing ManOmni-morph Duplication, Automatic Absorption, Magic The Absorbing Man is a fictional supervillain that appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. Debuting in the Silver Age of Comic Books, the Absorbing Man has featured in over four ...more
Laura BrownIntellect, Stealth
Agent UNormal human
Annihil-Agent 47A brilliant scientist whose inventions included the Q-Ray and Aphonic Bomb