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Quiz about Super Villains with Missing Letters
Quiz about Super Villains with Missing Letters

Super Villains with Missing Letters Quiz


I've removed the vowels from the names of these super villains and provided you with a description of them. How many can you name? Good luck!

A multiple-choice quiz by tiffanyram. Estimated time: 5 mins.
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Author
tiffanyram
Time
5 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
395,941
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Easy
Avg Score
8 / 10
Plays
752
Awards
Top 20% Quiz
Last 3 plays: Jwm1 (7/10), Jwm1 (7/10), JepRD (9/10).
Question 1 of 10
1. MGNT

What is the name of this Marvel super villain who is a friend of Professor X and has the ability to control magnetic fields?

Answer: (One Word)
Question 2 of 10
2. DCTR DM

Which enemy of the Fantastic Four is the ruler of Latveria, a fictional nation whose capital is Doomstadt?

Answer: (Two Words)
Question 3 of 10
3. GLCTS

Which very large super villain consumes energy from planets and appoints heralds to search for new worlds for him to devour?

Answer: (One Word)
Question 4 of 10
4. THNS

Also known as "The Mad Titan", what is the name of the super villain who collects all of the Infinity Gems and creates the Infinity Gauntlet?

Answer: (One Word)
Question 5 of 10
5. RDDLR

What is Batman's enemy, Edward Nigma, also known as?

Answer: (One Word)
Question 6 of 10
6. LX LTHR

Considered a super villain even though he lacks super powers, which wealthy businessman seeks to rid the world of Superman?

Answer: (Two Words)
Question 7 of 10
7. BRNC

Which one of Superman's enemies shrinks cities and puts them in bottles?

Answer: (One Word)
Question 8 of 10
8. CTWMN

Debuting in "Batman" #1, which villainess's alter ego, Selina Kyle, has been shown to have a relationship with Bruce Wayne?

Answer: (One Word)
Question 9 of 10
9. MPHST

Which super villain is a demon whose aliases include Satan, Nick Scratch, and Maya?

Answer: (One Word)
Question 10 of 10
10. RD SKLL

Which of Captain America's enemies has an alter ego named Johann Shmidt, who is a Nazi officer?

Answer: (Two Words)

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. MGNT What is the name of this Marvel super villain who is a friend of Professor X and has the ability to control magnetic fields?

Answer: Magneto

Magneto's real name is Max Eisenhardt, and he is a Jewish mutant from Germany who spent time in an extermination camp in Auschwitz. After he lost his family, he spent some time working as a volunteer in a psychiatric hospital for Holocaust survivors, which is where he met Charles Xavier (Professor X).

Although often considered a villain, he does what he considers to be the right thing for mutants. Additionally, he has been known to team up with the X-Men on occasions and play the role of hero or antihero.
2. DCTR DM Which enemy of the Fantastic Four is the ruler of Latveria, a fictional nation whose capital is Doomstadt?

Answer: Doctor Doom

Doctor Victor Von Doom is an enemy of the Fantastic Four, but has also shown up as an enemy to others, including Black Panther and Iron Man. He is a genius scientist who first met his archenemy, Reed Richards (Mr. Fantastic), in college. He develops different abilities, including the power to manipulate electricity, create shields, and summon demons. His goal is to conquer the world.
3. GLCTS Which very large super villain consumes energy from planets and appoints heralds to search for new worlds for him to devour?

Answer: Galactus

Galactus is a cosmic entity often referred to as being a god or god-like. Before becoming Galactus, he was called Galan. When a cosmic cataclysm occurred, the Sentience of the Universe (an embodiment of life) merged with him. He then spent billions of years in an egg before emerging as Galactus. It was then that he began to devour worlds in order to consume their energy.
4. THNS Also known as "The Mad Titan", what is the name of the super villain who collects all of the Infinity Gems and creates the Infinity Gauntlet?

Answer: Thanos

Thanos is one of the Eternals from Titan, one of Saturn's moons. While growing up, he became obsessed with death and even fell in love with Mistress Death. He then started an attack on Titan that resulted in the death of millions. He seeks to gain power and searches for the Cosmic Cube and the Infinity Gems, but he is turned to stone by Warlock.

After being resurrected, he once again collects the gems and creates the Infinity Gauntlet, which allows him to exterminate half of the population of the universe.
5. RDDLR What is Batman's enemy, Edward Nigma, also known as?

Answer: Riddler

Obsessed with all types of puzzles, the Riddler sends complex clues to Batman and the police whenever he has schemed up something. The Riddler does not have super powers, but he is a genius and brilliant strategist. At different points in his comic book appearances, he has been an inmate of Arkham Asylum and even a private detective during a period of memory loss in "Detective Comics" #822.
6. LX LTHR Considered a super villain even though he lacks super powers, which wealthy businessman seeks to rid the world of Superman?

Answer: Lex Luthor

Lex Luthor's full name is Alexander Joseph Luthor, but he doesn't have an alter ego. He is very intelligent and egotistical, has an eidetic memory, and has extensive scientific knowledge. He sometimes wears his Warsuit, which enhances his physical abilities and comes equipped with weapons.

He feels that Superman will not only interfere with his plans, but that he is also a threat to mankind itself. This feeling is fueled by his jealousy for Superman since he feels that he should be the one admired and adored by humanity instead of Superman.
7. BRNC Which one of Superman's enemies shrinks cities and puts them in bottles?

Answer: Brainiac

Brainiac is also known as "The Collector of Worlds" because of how he gathers them. He also seeks to gain knowledge from them in an effort to become superior. His army consists of robot drones, and he is often depicted as a type of green alien cyborg. Like Lex Luthor, he is one of Superman's enemies.
8. CTWMN Debuting in "Batman" #1, which villainess's alter ego, Selina Kyle, has been shown to have a relationship with Bruce Wayne?

Answer: Catwoman

Catwoman and Batman share a love-hate relationship with each other. Throughout their many appearances together in comics, they have often flirted or had some type of romantic interactions, as well as sometimes working together as allies. Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle have also been shown to have a relationship in story arcs, such as "The Long Halloween".
9. MPHST Which super villain is a demon whose aliases include Satan, Nick Scratch, and Maya?

Answer: Mephisto

Mephisto is a Hell-lord and ruler of a fiery realm. Though his aliases include Satan and Lucifer, he is not the same as the Biblical Satan. His has the ability to manipulate magic to give himself the abilities such as shapeshifting, memory manipulation, and creating illusions. He has appeared as the enemy for several super heroes, including the Silver Surfer and Thor.
10. RD SKLL Which of Captain America's enemies has an alter ego named Johann Shmidt, who is a Nazi officer?

Answer: Red Skull

Shmidt was personally trained by Hitler and given a uniform that included a red skull mask. He became the leader of the Nazi terrorist activities and personified Nazi intimidation and cruelty. Captain America is his US counterpart and the two became archenemies during WWII. Red Skull does not have any super abilities, but he is very intelligent.

He also has a weapon called the "dust of death", a poison gas made of red powder that is fatal and kills victims within seconds.
Source: Author tiffanyram

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