31. Moon Knight
Much like Batman, Moon Knight tends to be overly violent and prefers to work alone, making his allegiance to the Avengers slightly surprising. Given the sheer power of his abilities, expensive gadgets, and his extensive training, Moon Knight made an ideal candidate for the Avengers.
Following the cancellation of his ten-issue maxi-series, Moon Knight was added to the Secret Avengers storyline. At the request of Captain America, Moon Knight joined the newly formed Secret Avengers, consisting of Steve Rogers, War Machine, Valkyrie, Beast, Nova, and Ant-Man.
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30. Red Hulk
General Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross, a.k.a. Red Hulk, made his debut in The Incredible Hulk #1 (May 1962), and although he started as an enemy, Captain America felt there was still good in him and requested that he join the Avengers, which he accepted. Interestingly enough, General Ross didn’t become the Red Hulk until 2008, and the origin of his transformation wasn’t revealed until several issues later.
It might seem strange to see the Red Hulk on a list discussing the greatest Avengers, but when you consider that he can reach greater strengths than Hulk, besting him and other Avengers on several occasions, it can’t hurt to have another superpowered ‘hulk’ on the team. Unlike Bruce, when General Ross transforms he maintains his brilliant mind, making him the perfect combination of brains and brawn.
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