ByTrevor Norkey, writer at Creators.co
Writer, filmmaker, actor and film enthusiast.
Trevor Norkey

Inside the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there is no unstoppable force greater than the Avengers. It's became rather obvious that no other force in their universe can challenge them and win. Loki, HYDRA, Ultron and probably tons of others have all tried and failed. So the Avengers may be the most unstoppable force in their universe, but what about of the other universes that they are now connected to?

Back in 2012, Marvel was purchased by the "all-powerful" Walt Disney Company. But what could this mean? Well, we've already seen a song from Pinocchio appear in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Who's to say we won't see more of the Disney universe combine with the Marvel Universe?!

So let's take a look at four other Disney-owned characters that could single-handedly take down the Avengers...

Oh, its on!
Oh, its on!

1. Elsa (Frozen)

There are some fights she just won't let go
There are some fights she just won't let go

Many people just remember Elsa as the Disney princess who sings "Let it Go". What most people tend to overlook, however, is that she is a queen with incredible ice abilities with no known boundaries. She is generally a peaceful character, but if the Avengers do something to make her snap, the superhero team would stand no chance against the Ice Queen.

How it would go down:

The battle between Elsa and the Avengers would start, as you could guess, with Elsa summoning an enormous snow storm, like the storm that appeared during the climax of Frozen.

From there, she would be able to walk through the storm with ease, while the Avengers would be lost in the blizzard. There would be a good chance that Iron Man's suit would power off from the cold, depending on how advanced Stark's current suit is. Elsa would begin singling out the lost Avengers and basically turn them into frozen "ice sculptures" like she accidentally did with her sister.

Whoops.
Whoops.

The Avengers would be quickly wiped out by Elsa's vast ice abilities. They would most likely not have suspected that much power from one "princess" and would be too overwhelmed by her actual power to be able to form a plan quickly enough to stop their inevitable doom.

And this wouldn't even be Cap's first time in ice
And this wouldn't even be Cap's first time in ice

But what about the Hulk?

The Hulk is the "secret weapon" of the Avengers and is considered invincible. Most fans forget, however, that "invincible" does not always mean "unbeatable". Elsa would take down the Hulk the same way she took down the other Avengers. It just wouldn't be as easy. Fortunately for her, Hulk (like his companions) would be unable to see much of anything in the blizzard, giving Elsa the chance to freeze her opponent slowly without him being able to catch her, if she's fast enough. Hulk would be more difficult than any other Avengers because he would be able to fight it off better and would also require more ice, but if Elsa saves the Hulk for last and has the patient to keep the ice coming, the Hulk would be no more than an enormous ice sculpture.

Yeah, kind of like that
Yeah, kind of like that

2. Yzma (The Emperor's New Groove)

Yzma is another Disney character who is often underestimated. Sure, The Emperor's New Groove was not one of Disney's most successful films, but it was enjoyable and memorable to many of us in the "millennials" generation. Yzma, the main villain of the movie, was the evil servant to the Emperor who planned to murder him so that she could be the Empress. She had one strong weakness, though. Specifically, this guy...

He's not entirely useless. He can talk to squirrels
He's not entirely useless. He can talk to squirrels

Kronk was the cause of a majority of Yzma's mistakes. There is no denying that if Kronk was out of the picture during The Emperor's New Groove, Yzma would have killed Kuzco and "won" the entire movie.

In other words, if you put Kronk out of Yzma's new plan, and just leave the villain to her devious, back-stabbing ways on her own, there is really not much stopping her. And yes, she would even be able to take down the Avengers.

How it would go down:

Yzma is a very ambitious villain, but she can also be patient if she needs to be. She would begin by trying to work for the Avengers, perhaps getting a job like Dr. Cho had in Age of Ultron. Once she manages to get close enough, her plan will begin.

Now, since they are the Avengers and have a plethora of enemies, the Avengers would most likely be aware of the threat of poison and most likely keep an antidote on hand to all known poisons just in case. Knowing this, Yzma would just use her classic trick of turning people into animals.

Once the animal potion is snuck into the Avengers' drinks, perhaps at a party, the Avengers would be turned into whatever animals Yzma chose. From there, they would stand no chance against Yzma who would quickly catch them and lock them up. With no thumbs to grasp a hammer, arrow, gun or shield, and no matching DNA for an Iron Man suit to latch to, the Avengers would be powerless. They would be easily taken out.

Who would be evil enough to stop their cuteness?!?!
Who would be evil enough to stop their cuteness?!?!

But what about the Hulk?

The Hulk is always the deciding factor when it comes to the Avengers. Unfortunately, the transformation into an animal would change Bruce Banner's DNA, disabling his Hulk-transformation abilities. In other words, there would be no Hulk and Dr. Banner would be just as useless as his animal companions. A cat Hulk would look awfully cute, though...

HULK NEED FRESH KITTY LITTER!!!
HULK NEED FRESH KITTY LITTER!!!

3. Darth Vader (Star Wars)

That's right, Darth Vader can technically be on this list. He is owned by Disney just as much as the Avengers are, and that is something I simply love. Anyways, I chose Darth Vader not just because he's a genuinely awesome villain, but also because he is the strongest person in the Star Wars universe, at least when it comes to using the Force. He could easily tear the Avengers apart, and manage to keep all of his limbs intact while he's at it (which seems to be a big problem for him).

That's gotta hurt, even if it is just wires
That's gotta hurt, even if it is just wires

How it would go down:

Well basically, have you ever seen a watermelon explode? Well just imagine that backwards, but with all of the Avengers as the pieces. (If you haven't seen a watermelon explode, you can watch one explode here. It's really worth seeing). In other words, Darth Vader would just use the force and crush the Avengers into a tiny ball.

Yes, he can do that. The reason we don't see him do stuff like that too often, though, is because in the movies, he has an army. Here, he doesn't. Now he can just let his true powers truly show.

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The Avengers would be crushed and would die instantly. Except for one. This is where it gets fun....

But what about the Hulk?

See, I doubt that the Hulk would be able to be crushed by the Force. He would require a bit more of a fight to defeat. But nothing too much for Vader to handle. Of course, before anything, there's a safe chance that Vader would have to take some sort of beating. Like the one below!

After the brief beating, Darth Vader would also be enraged, giving his Force that extra "umph". All it would take then is a quick movement of Vader's hand toward Hulk to send the green beast flying. And yes, I mean flying. With one enormous force blast, Vader would be able to shoot the Hulk into the void known as Space where he would float forever, or at least until someone finds him. (Planet Hulk, anyone?!?!) In any case, the Hulk would be beaten and no longer be a problem to the Sith Lord.

4. Stitch (Lilo & Stitch)

And now, my final Disney-owned character that could single-handedly take down the Avengers: the lovable, adorable, yet extremely dangerous Experiment 626, also known as Stitch.

Stitch has many abilities, such as:

  • Enhanced strength (being able to lift things 3,000 times his own size),
  • An extremely quick mind (being able to complete a crossword puzzle in under 7 seconds, and being able to create an atom bomb out of everyday household objects)
  • "Practical" invincibility (fire-proof, shock-proof, bullet-proof, and able to survive anything else thrown at him, including crashing in a spaceship),
  • Wall-crawling abilities,
  • An Enhanced jump,
  • Electromagnetic vision (X-Ray Vision, Night Vision, and Infrared Vision),
  • and Enhanced Senses (Hearing, smelling, etc.)

Here is my source.

Fear him!!!!!
Fear him!!!!!

In other words, Stitch is crazy powerful for a cute little blue alien thing. One of his best abilities is not one of those listed, though. It's his ability to be seen as inferior to other threats. Everyone sees him as some cute creature, when really he's a devious, crazy-intelligent, crazy-powerful monster that is even too terrifying for your nightmares. Now let's see how the Avengers can fair against that.

How it would go down:

Well, it would actually go down a bit like Age of Ultron went down. Stitch would show up as some annoying, pestering enemy that the Avengers just can't seem to catch. He would keep coming back and messing things up for the Avengers, making them all infuriated. They would then start turning on each other in their anger. The Hulk would then totally flip out and make things even worse.

From there, Stitch would be able to start singling out the Avengers one at a time. They would be so mentally damaged that they wouldn't even be able to think straight. Stitch would use his strength, his intelligence and his advanced senses to outwit each and every Avenger until there are none left alive.

And then, he would just laugh.

He's actually really dark for a little blue "dog"
He's actually really dark for a little blue "dog"

But what about the Hulk?

Well, in Age of Ultron, we saw the Hulk's main weakness: Bruce Banner's conscience. Banner doesn't want to hurt anyone, especially not as someone as unstoppable as the Hulk. After his first few flip-outs caused by Stitch, Banner would likely leave the group to go into hiding (again). In fact, there's a good chance he might just drown himself in the Black Sea to completely isolate the world from "the other guy". With Hulk out of the picture, Stitch would not have to worry about fighting the green giant and would simply continue slaughtering the Avengers.

So That's my List!

What did you think? Would all of these Disney-owned characters be able to take down the Avengers, or am I just full of crap? Is there another Disney character that you feel could pose an equal threat? Let me know in the comments! And thanks for reading!! :D

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