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[[File:Marvel-Vs-Capcom.jpg|thumb|North American box art of ''Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes''.]]
 
{{nihongo|'''''Marvel vs. Capcom'''''|マーヴルVSカプコン|Māvuru versus Kapukon}} is a sub-series of fighting games within the [[Versus series|''Versus'']] series created by [[Capcom]], in which characters created by [[wikipedia:Superhero|superhero]] [[wikipedia:comic books|comic book]] company [[w:c:marvel:Marvel Comics|Marvel Comics]] and Capcom's own characters appear together. While it was the first ''Vs.'' series involving Capcom, the name Marvel exists to distinguish it from Capcom's other ''Vs.'' series.
 
{{nihongo|'''''Marvel vs. Capcom'''''|マーヴルVSカプコン|Māvuru versus Kapukon}} is a sub-series of fighting games within the [[Versus series|''Versus'']] series created by [[Capcom]], in which characters created by [[wikipedia:Superhero|superhero]] [[wikipedia:comic books|comic book]] company [[w:c:marvel:Marvel Comics|Marvel Comics]] and Capcom's own characters appear together. While it was the first ''Vs.'' series involving Capcom, the name Marvel exists to distinguish it from Capcom's other ''Vs.'' series.
   
 
The Marvel characters depicted in these games were often based on their incarnations in various early 1990s animated series and were often voiced by the same voice actors.
 
The Marvel characters depicted in these games were often based on their incarnations in various early 1990s animated series and were often voiced by the same voice actors.
   
Many of the characters and fighting mechanics used in these games were first developed and refined in two other fighting games Capcom had developed earlier, serving as precursors to the series: ''[[w:c:capcomdatabase:X-Men: Children of the Atom|X-Men: Children of the Atom]]'', which featured characters strictly from the ''X-Men'' universe, and ''[[w:c:capcomdatabase:Marvel Super Heroes|Marvel Super Heroes]]'', which gleaned characters from Marvel's entire roster (''X-Men'' included).
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Many of the characters and fighting mechanics used in these games were first developed and refined in two other fighting games Capcom had developed earlier, serving as precursors to the series: ''[[w:c:capcomdatabase:X-Men: Children of the Atom|X-Men: Children of the Atom]]'', which featured characters strictly from the ''X-Men'' universe, and ''[[w:c:capcomdatabase:Marvel Super Heroes|Marvel Super Heroes]]'', which gleaned characters from Marvel's entire roster (''X-Men'' included).<ref name="Killian"/>
   
Although the tag-team fighting concept was not new, it was refined with this series. New fighting game terminology, such as [[Aerial Rave]] (the act of performing a combo on an opponent while the opponent remains airborne) and [[Variable Combination]] (the act of having two or more characters on the same team to perform their [[Hyper Combos]] at the same time) were added to the fighting game vernacular with this series.
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Although the tag-team fighting concept was not new, it was refined with this series. New fighting game terminology, such as the Aerial Rave (the act of performing a combo on an opponent while the opponent remains airborne) and the Variable Combination (the act of having two or more characters on the same team to perform their [[Hyper Combo|Hyper Combos]] at the same time) were added to the fighting game vernacular with this series.
   
 
==Games==
 
==Games==
===Precursor Games===
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===Precursor games===
 
*''[[w:c:capcom:X-Men: Children of the Atom|X-Men: Children of the Atom]]'' ([[1994]])
 
*''[[w:c:capcom:X-Men: Children of the Atom|X-Men: Children of the Atom]]'' ([[1994]])
 
*''[[w:c:capcom:Marvel Super Heroes|Marvel Super Heroes]]'' ([[1995]])
 
*''[[w:c:capcom:Marvel Super Heroes|Marvel Super Heroes]]'' ([[1995]])
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===Compilation===
 
===Compilation===
 
* ''[[Marvel vs. Capcom Origins]]'' ([[2012]])
 
* ''[[Marvel vs. Capcom Origins]]'' ([[2012]])
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==Gameplay==
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The basic gameplay of the ''Marvel vs. Capcom'' series was originally derived from ''X-Men: Children of the Atom'' and ''Marvel Super Heroes''. Players compete in battle using characters with unique moves and special attacks.<ref name=Manual>http://gamesdbase.com/Media/SYSTEM/Sony_Playstation/manual/Formated/X-Men_vs._Street_Fighter_-_1998_-_Capcom_Co.,_Ltd..pdf</ref> Using a combination of joystick movements and button presses, players must execute various moves to damage their opponent and deplete their life gauge, or alternatively, have the most cumulative health when the timer runs out.<ref name=Manual2>http://gamesdbase.com/Media/SYSTEM/Sony_Playstation/manual/Formated/Marvel_Super_Heroes_Vs._Street_Fighter_-_1999_-_Capcom_Co.,_Ltd..pdf</ref> However, unlike the two aforementioned games, which focus on single combat, the ''Marvel vs. Capcom'' series revolve around tag team-based combat. Instead of choosing a single character, players select multiple characters to form teams of two or three.<ref name=EuroG/> Each character on the team is given their own life gauge.<ref name=GIReviewSAT>https://web.archive.org/web/19990921173526/http://www.gameinformer.com/cgi-bin/review.cgi?sys=sat&path=feb98&doc=xmsf</ref><ref name=SSM>http://retrocdn.net/images/b/bd/SSM_UK_27.pdf</ref> Players control one character at a time, while the others await off-screen. Players are also free to swap between their characters at any point during the match.<ref name=GameSpotReview>http://www.gamespot.com/reviews/marvel-vs-capcom-review/1900-2540395/</ref> As characters take damage, portions of their life gauge will turn red, known as "red health", which represents the amount of health that a character can recover if the player tags them out.<ref name=Hardcore>http://www.hardcoregamer.com/2016/12/16/review-ultimate-marvel-vs-capcom-3-ps4/239911/</ref> The off-screen, dormant characters will slowly replenish their red health, allowing players to cycle through their team members and prolong their ability to fight.<ref name=Hardcore/> Furthermore, as characters deal and receive damage, a colored meter at the bottom of the screen known as the "Hyper Combo Gauge" will gradually fill.<ref name=Beginner>http://www.gamesradar.com/marvel-vs-capcom-3-beginners-guide/</ref> By expending meter from their Hyper Combo Gauge, players can perform "Hyper Combos" – powerful, cinematic attacks that deal heavy damage to the opponent – in addition to several other special techniques.<ref name=Manual/><ref name=Beginner/> If one character loses all of their health, they are knocked out and the next available fighter will automatically come into play.<ref name=SSM/>
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Each successive ''Marvel vs. Capcom'' installment has added, removed, or altered gameplay elements over the course of the series' history.<ref name=EuroG>http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/street-fighter-retrospective-article?page=4</ref> ''X-Men vs. Street Fighter'' added two-on-two tag team features. ''Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter'' introduced the concept of the "assist" by allowing the player to summon their off-screen partner to perform a special move without switching characters.<ref>http://shoryuken.com/2012/03/16/a-history-of-tag-team-fighting-game-innovations/</ref> This feature was replaced in ''Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes'', which instead randomly allocated an unplayable guest character with a preset assist move before each match; in addition, assists were limited to only a few uses per round. The assist features from ''Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter'' were re-incorporated into the following sequel, ''Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes'', once again granting players the ability to call in their off-screen characters at any time during the match without constraint.<ref name=MvC2>http://www.ign.com/articles/2000/05/12/marvel-vs-capcom-2-new-age-of-heroes-2</ref> ''Marvel vs. Capcom 2'' also increased the number of characters per team by one, providing a three-on-three battle format. ''Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds'' introduced "X-Factor", a comeback mechanic which offers increased damage, speed, and red health regeneration for a limited time upon activation.<ref name=Beginner/> ''Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite'' reverts to two-on-two partner battles and removes traditional character assists. ''Infinite'' also implements the Infinity Stones as a gameplay mechanic, where each of the six stones grants unique abilities and enhancements to the player.
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Another gameplay element that helps to distinguish the ''Marvel vs. Capcom'' series from other fighting game franchises is its emphasis on aerial combat. Every character in the ''Marvel vs. Capcom'' series is given a "[[Launching|Launcher]]" move, which sends the opponent flying up into the air. The player can then choose to follow up immediately by using a "Super Jump", which allows a character to jump much higher than normal, in order to continue their [[combo]]; these airborne combos are called "Air Combos" or "Aerial Raves".<ref name=EuroG/><ref name=Manual2/> ''Marvel vs. Capcom 3'' introduced a gameplay feature known as the "Team Aerial Combo" or "Aerial Exchange", giving players the opportunity to extend their Air Combos further by quickly tagging in their other characters while mid-air.<ref name=Beginner/>
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As Capcom's design philosophy for the series has changed to appeal to a wider audience, the control scheme has been repeatedly modified to accommodate people less familiar with the fighting game genre.<ref>http://g4tv.com/articles/70546/Marvel-vs-Capcom-3-Fate-of-Two-Worlds-First-Impressions/</ref> The first three installments utilized the same layout of six attack buttons, separated as three pairs of light, medium, and hard punches and kicks.<ref name=Manual/> In ''Marvel vs. Capcom 2'', in order to make the game more accessible, the layout was tweaked to four attack buttons, consisting of two pairs of light and heavy punches and kicks, and two dedicated assist buttons.<ref name=Simplify>http://www.ign.com/articles/2011/01/06/simplifying-marvel-vs-capcom-3</ref> The control scheme was further simplified with the release of ''Marvel vs. Capcom 3'', which included three attack buttons designated to undefined light, medium, and hard attacks, two assist buttons, and an "exchange button" used to perform Launchers and switch between characters during Air Combos.<ref name=Simplify/><ref>http://www.gamespot.com/articles/marvel-vs-capcom-3-fate-of-two-worlds-hands-on/1100-6265675/</ref> In addition, ''Marvel vs. Capcom 3'' included two different control scheme options: Normal Mode and Simple Mode.<ref name=Simple>http://www.ign.com/articles/2010/09/16/tgs-marvel-vs-capcom-3-gets-simple</ref><ref>http://kotaku.com/5661915/the-argument-for-marvel-vs-capcom-3s-super-simple-controls</ref> Simple Mode, designed for casual players, allows players to perform special moves and Hyper Combos with single button presses at the expense of limiting a character's available moveset.
   
 
==Story==
 
==Story==
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* In Ken's endings, the events of the games never actually happened. In ''X-Men vs. Street Fighter'', he was playing the game itself with his son [[Mel Masters|Mel]], while the events of ''Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter'' appear to be a dream. He wakes up and continues his training with Ryu.
 
* In Ken's endings, the events of the games never actually happened. In ''X-Men vs. Street Fighter'', he was playing the game itself with his son [[Mel Masters|Mel]], while the events of ''Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter'' appear to be a dream. He wakes up and continues his training with Ryu.
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==History==
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Capcom's partnership with Marvel Comics began in 1993 with the release of ''[[w:c:capcom:The Punisher (1993 video game)|The Punisher]]'', an arcade beat 'em up based on the comic book series of the same name.<ref name="CompleteWorks" /> Capcom then created their first Marvel-licensed fighting game, ''X-Men: Children of the Atom'', in 1994.<ref name="CompleteWorks" /> ''Marvel Super Heroes'' soon followed in 1995.<ref name="CompleteWorks">''Marvel vs. Capcom: Official Complete Works'' by [[Udon]].</ref> Many of the gameplay mechanics used in the ''Marvel vs. Capcom'' series were first developed and refined in these two fighting games, serving as precursors to the series.<ref name="Killian">[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EysnJBzlEtg [[Seth Killian]]: ''So the history of the Versus series technically starts with X-Men vs. Street Fighter, but many fighting aficionados including myself really date some of the origins back to games called X-Men: Children of the Atom and Marvel Super Heroes which introduced things like chain combo and aerial rave [...] all of that lead us eventually into X-Men vs. Street Fighter...'']</ref> In 2011, then-current Capcom USA Strategic Marketing Director of Online and Community Seth Killian stated that many fighting game aficionados, including himself, consider them to have laid the foundation for the series.<ref name="Killian" />
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The idea for implementing tag teams was allegedly inspired by an easter egg from Capcom's own 1995 fighting game ''[[Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams]]''.<ref name=ScreenRant>http://screenrant.com/marvel-vs-capcom-4-infinite-trivia-facts/</ref> In a secret "Dramatic Battle" mode, two players, controlling [[Ryu]] and [[Ken Masters|Ken]], were able to fight against an AI-controlled [[M. Bison]] at the same time.<ref name=ScreenRant/> The easter egg itself had drawn inspiration from the final battle sequence from ''[[Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie]]'', which featured a similar fight scene.<ref name=ScreenRant/> Recognizing the uniqueness of a team-up concept, Capcom began to work on their next project.<ref name=ScreenRant/> After their earlier licensing ventures with ''Children of the Atom'' and ''Marvel Super Heroes'', the company decided to combine Marvel's ''X-Men'' franchise, their own ''Street Fighter'' franchise, and their team-up concept, leading to the creation of ''X-Men vs. Street Fighter''.<ref name=ScreenRant/><ref>http://www.ign.com/articles/2009/02/16/ign-presents-the-history-of-street-fighter?page=7</ref> The game debuted in Japanese arcades in 1996, establishing the series' fast-paced, tag team-based gameplay style.<ref name=History>http://www.gamesradar.com/marvel-vs-capcom-a-history-of-the-vs-fighting-series/</ref>
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''Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter'' was then released in 1997, which replaced most of the ''X-Men'' cast with other heroes from the Marvel Universe and introduced the character assist mechanic.<ref name=EuroG/> ''Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes'' later followed in 1998, exchanging the majority of the ''Street Fighter'' cast with characters from other Capcom video games series, such as ''Mega Man'' and ''Darkstalkers''.<ref name=EuroG/><ref name=History/> In 1999, Capcom announced the development of yet another sequel, called ''Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes''.<ref>http://www.ign.com/articles/1999/08/18/marvel-vs-capcom-2-on-the-way</ref><ref>http://www.ign.com/articles/1999/12/02/marvel-vs-capcom-2-and-power-stone-2-officially-announced</ref> ''Marvel vs. Capcom 2'' heavily re-used assets from previous Capcom-developed games, including ''Street Fighter Alpha'', ''Darkstalkers'', and the earlier ''Marvel vs. Capcom'' titles, resulting in a large roster of 56 playable characters.<ref>http://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/265496/17_moldbreaking_fighting_games_that_all_developers_should_study.php</ref> Shortly after the release of the PlayStation 2 and Xbox ports for ''Marvel vs. Capcom 2'', Capcom lost the use of the Marvel license, putting the series on an indefinite hiatus.<ref>http://www.siliconera.com/2009/07/29/you-know-porting-marvel-vs-capcom-2-wasnt-easy/</ref> However, with the resurgence of the fighting game genre in 2008, owing to the success of ''[[Street Fighter IV]]'', Marvel requested Capcom to collaborate with them once again.<ref>http://www.capcom.co.jp/ir/english/interview/2017/vol01/</ref> Capcom would announce the development of the next installment in the ''Marvel vs. Capcom'' series, ''Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds'', in 2010.<ref>http://www.gamespot.com/articles/marvel-vs-capcom-3-due-q2-2011-on-ps3-360/1100-6259100/</ref> The game was eventually released in 2011.<ref>http://www.gamespot.com/articles/shippin-out-february-13-19-marvel-vs-capcom-3/1100-6298532/</ref> An updated version of ''Marvel vs. Capcom 3'', titled ''Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3'', was released later in the same year.<ref name=Ultimate>http://www.ign.com/articles/2011/07/20/comic-con-ultimate-marvel-vs-capcom-3-announced</ref> The high-definition compilation game ''Marvel vs. Capcom Origins'' was then released in 2012.<ref name=Origins>http://www.capcom-unity.com/brelston/blog/2012/07/05/marvel_vs_capcom_origins_coming_to_xbla_and_psn_in_september</ref>
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Following the release of ''Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3'' for the PlayStation Vita in 2012, Marvel's new parent company, The Walt Disney Company, which acquired Marvel in 2009, chose not to renew Capcom's license with the Marvel characters, instead opting to put them in its own self-published ''[[w:c:disney:Disney Infinity (series)|Disney Infinity]]'' series.<ref name=ComicsBeat>http://www.comicsbeat.com/theres-a-growing-rumor-about-a-new-marvel-vs-capcom-game-in-2017/</ref><ref name=Karmali>http://www.ign.com/articles/2014/01/02/marvel-titles-no-longer-available-digitally</ref> As a result, Capcom had to pull both ''Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3'' and ''Marvel vs. Capcom 2'' off their online platforms in 2013.<ref name=ComicsBeat/><ref name=Karmali/> However, in 2016, Disney announced its decision to cancel the ''Disney Infinity'' series, discontinue self-publishing efforts, and switch to a licensing-only model, allowing them to license their characters to third-party game developers, including Capcom.<ref>http://www.ign.com/articles/2016/05/10/disney-cancels-infinity-no-longer-self-publishing-games</ref><ref>http://www.polygon.com/2016/8/18/12514296/disney-game-industry-history</ref> ''Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite'' was revealed in 2016, and then released in 2017.<ref name=Infinite1>http://www.ign.com/articles/2016/12/03/psx-2016-marvel-vs-capcom-infinite-announced</ref><ref name=Infinite2>http://www.gamespot.com/articles/marvel-vs-capcom-infinite-officially-announced/1100-6445942/</ref>
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==Related media==
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In 2011, a series of Minimates based on the playable characters from ''Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds'' were released by Art Asylum.<ref>http://www.gameinformer.com/b/news/archive/2011/06/21/a-look-at-art-asylum-39-s-marvel-vs-capcom-3-minimates.aspx?PageIndex=2</ref>
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[[UDON Entertainment]] published ''Marvel vs. Capcom: Official Complete Works'' art book consisting of promotional artwork, sketches and bonus material from the video game collaborations between Marvel and Capcom, beginning with the 1993 arcade game ''[[w:c:capcom:The Punisher|The Punisher]]'' to ''Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3''.<ref name="DigitalSpy">http://www.digitalspy.com/gaming/news/a388898/marvel-vs-capcom-art-book-announced/</ref><ref name="Crunchyroll">http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2012/06/19-1/udon-to-release-marvel-vs-capcom-official-complete-works-art-book</ref> It contains contributions from a variety of artists and illustrators, including [[Akiman]], [[Bengus]], [[Shinkiro]], Joe Madureira, Adi Granov, Joe Ng, Long Vo, Chamba, Adam Warren and Takeshi Miyazawa.<ref name="DigitalSpy" /> ''Official Complete Works'' made its international debut at San Diego Comic-Con on July 11, 2012, in an exclusive hardcover edition.<ref name="DigitalSpy" /> The hardcover also featured a wrap-around cover designed by Udon Entertainment and Capcom artist [[Alvin Lee]], and digitally-painted by [[Genzoman]].<ref name="Crunchyroll" /> A standard-format softcover was released in November 2012 by Diamond Comics.
   
 
==Characters==
 
==Characters==
*Alt. = alternate
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''Marvel vs. Capcom'' has featured over 100 playable fighters. In addition to the Marvel and Capcom characters, the games have introduced a few original characters, which include Norimaro from ''Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter'', and Amingo, Ruby Heart, and SonSon from ''Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes''.<ref>http://www.gamesradar.com/marvel-vs-capcom-a-history-of-the-vs-fighting-series/</ref><ref>http://www.gamesradar.com/the-56-characters-of-marvel-vs-capcom-2/</ref> Furthermore, other characters from the Marvel and Capcom universes make appearances in the games in varying capacities. Both ''Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter'' and ''Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes'' include secret characters which can be played by inputting specific sequences of joystick movements on the character select screen.<ref name=KLOV>http://www.arcade-museum.com/game_detail.php?game_id=8635</ref><ref name=KLOV2>http://www.arcade-museum.com/game_detail.php?game_id=8636</ref> These secret characters consist of palette swaps of existing fighters with different moveset properties.<ref name=KLOV/><ref name=KLOV2/> ''Clash of Super Heroes'' also has unplayable summon characters as part of its "Guest Character/Special Partner" assist system.<ref name=GameSpotReview/><ref>http://www.ign.com/articles/1999/07/29/marvel-vs-capcom-4</ref>
*DLC = downloadable content
 
===Marvel Characters===
 
This is a list of all the Marvel characters that have appeared in the ''Marvel vs. Capcom'' series, most of which have appeared in Marvel comic books.
 
   
====''X-Men'' characters====
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Many ''Marvel vs. Capcom'' installments also allow players to fight as the games' boss characters in special game modes, with the exception of Abyss from ''Marvel vs. Capcom 2''. Characters that have not been playable frequently make cameo appearances in the games' cutscenes and stage backgrounds. Lastly, numerous non-playable Marvel and Capcom characters are featured as "Ability Cards" in the Heroes and Heralds game mode in ''Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3''. Out of all the playable characters, Ryu and Chun-Li are the only ones to have appeared in every game released thus far.
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
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![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
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|[[w:c:marvel:Apocalypse|Apocalypse]]
 
|{{Yes|Final Boss (playable in ports)}}
 
|{{Yes|Sub Boss (playable in ports)}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
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|[[w:c:marvel:Archangel|Archangel]]
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Beast|Beast]]
 
|{{partial|Cameo and stage background}}
 
|{{partial|Stage background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Birdy|Birdy]]
 
|{{partial|Part of Sabretooth's moveset}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Part of Sabretooth's moveset}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Cable|Cable]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Deadpool's DLC costume and poster in background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
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|[[w:c:marvel:Colossus|Colossus]]
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Assist}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card and poster in background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Cyclops|Cyclops]]
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Assist}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card and poster in background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
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|[[w:c:marvel:Daken|Daken]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
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|[[w:c:marvel:Dazzler|Dazzler]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo & Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
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|[[w:c:marvel:Deadpool|Deadpool]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{No}}
 
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|[[w:c:marvel:Malcolm Colcord|Director]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
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|[[w:c:marvel:Forge|Forge]]
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{partial|Stage background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
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|[[w:c:marvel:Gambit|Gambit]]
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Poster in background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
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|[[w:c:marvel:Iceman|Iceman]]
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Assist}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card and poster in background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Jubilee|Jubilee]]
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Assist}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
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|[[w:c:marvel:Juggernaut|Juggernaut]]
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Assist}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
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|[[w:c:marvel:Ka-Zar|Ka-Zar]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
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|[[w:c:marvel:Kirika|Kirika]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|X-23's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
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|[[w:c:marvel:Magneto|Magneto]]
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Assist}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{No}}
 
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|[[w:c:marvel:Marrow|Marrow]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Poster in background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
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|[[w:c:marvel:Mimic|Mimic]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo (''Ultimate'' only)}}
 
|{{No}}
 
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|[[w:c:marvel:Mister X|Mister X]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo (''MvC3'' only)}}
 
|{{No}}
 
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|Multiple Man ([[w:c:marvel:Madrox|Madrox]])
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Mystique|Mystique]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Nightcrawler|Nightcrawler]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo & Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Nimrod|Nimrod]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Sentinel's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Omega Red|Omega Red]]
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Onslaught|Onslaught]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes|Final Boss (playable in ports)}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Phoenix|Phoenix]]
 
|{{partial|Cameo as Jean Grey}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}} (Also [[w:c:marvel:Dark Phoenix|Dark Phoenix]])
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Psylocke|Psylocke]]
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Assist}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Poster in background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Professor X|Professor X]]
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card and stage background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Rogue|Rogue]]
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Assist}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card and poster in background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Sabretooth|Sabretooth]]
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Shanna the She-Devil|Shanna the She-Devil]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Shaman|Shaman]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Sentinel|Sentinel]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Secret Assist}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Silver Samurai|Silver Samurai]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Spiral|Spiral]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Storm|Storm]]
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Stage background}}
 
|{{partial|Assist}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Referenced by Black Panther}} (DLC)
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Wolverine|Wolverine]]
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}} (& Bone Claw Wolverine)
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:X-23|X-23]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Zabu|Zabu]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|}
 
   
====''The Avengers'' characters====
 
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
{| class="wikitable"
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |Appears in
 
 
|-
 
|-
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
+
! width= "40px" | Symbol
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
+
!Meaning
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Abomination|Abomination]]
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|Playable
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Abomination|Ant-Man]]
+
|style="background-color:#ffffaf;"|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|Downloadable playable
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Part of Hawkeye's moveset}}
 
|{{No}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Beta Ray Bill|Beta Ray Bill]]
+
|{{H}}
|{{No}}
+
|Hidden playable
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Thor's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Black Knight|Black Knight]]
+
|{{CPU}}
|{{No}}
+
|Only computer-controlled / Assist
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Referenced and Taskmaster's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Black Panther|Black Panther]]
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|Not appear
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{Yes}} (DLC)
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Black Widow|Black Widow]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{Yes}} (DLC)
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Captain America|Captain America]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Captain Marvel|Captain Marvel]] ([[w:c:marvel:Carol Danvers|Carol Danvers]])
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card (as Ms. Marvel)}}
 
|{{Yes}} (& Ms. Marvel as DLC costume)
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Death|Death]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Story Mode Cameo}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Destroyer|Destroyer]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Doctor Druid|Doctor Druid]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Elizabeth Ross|Elizabeth Ross]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Red She-Hulk and Ultimate She-Hulk as She-Hulk's alt. color schemes}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Enchantress|Enchantress]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Fing Fang Foom|Fing Fang Foom]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Hawkeye|Hawkeye]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}} (also DLC costume as [[w:c:marvel:Ronin|Ronin]])
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Hulkbuster|Hulkbuster]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Hulk|Hulk]]
 
|{{partial|Mentioned}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}} (& secret Orange Hulk)
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Iron Man|Iron Man]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Loki|Loki]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Lyra|Lyra]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|She-Hulk's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Maestro|Maestro]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Mandarin|Mandarin]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:M.E.M.P.H.I.S|M.E.M.P.H.I.S.]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|M.O.D.O.K.'s DLC costume}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Mockingbird|Mockingbird]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:M.O.D.A.M.|M.O.D.A.M.]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|M.O.D.O.K.'s alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:M.O.D.O.K.|M.O.D.O.K.]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Story Mode Cameo and stage background}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:M.O.D.O.T.|M.O.D.O.T.]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|M.O.D.O.K.'s alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Nick Fury|Nick Fury]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{partial|Referenced}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Red Guardian|Red Guardian]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Captain America's alt. color scheme (''MvC3'' only)}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Red Hulk|Red Hulk]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card and Hulk's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{partial|Hulk's alt. color scheme}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Red Skull|Red Skull]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Scarlet Witch|Scarlet Witch]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Serpent|Serpent]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:She-Hulk|She-Hulk]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Taskmaster|Taskmaster]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Thanos|Thanos]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Terraxia|Terraxia]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Tigra|Tigra]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Thor|Thor Odinson]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Assist}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Thor Girl|Thor Girl]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Thor's alt. color scheme (''MvC3'' only)}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Ulik|Ulik]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Ultron|Ultron]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Ultron Sentinel|Ultron Drone]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Part of Ultron's moveset and CPU Enemy in Story Mode}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:U.S. Agent|U.S. Agent]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Secret Character}}
 
|{{partial|Assist}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Shield color for Captain America's Punisher alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:War Machine|War Machine]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}} (& secret Gold War Machine)
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Wasp|Wasp]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Winter Soldier|Winter Soldier]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card, and Captain America attire as Captain America's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{Yes}} (DLC)
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Wonder Man|Wonder Man]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
 
|}
 
|}
   
====''Spider-Man'' characters====
+
===Marvel Characters===
{| class="wikitable"
+
This is a list of all the Marvel characters that have appeared in the ''Marvel vs. Capcom''
! rowspan="2" |Character
+
series, most of which have appeared in Marvel comic books.
! colspan="6" |Appears in
+
  +
{|class="wikitable sortable"
 
|-
 
|-
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
+
! width="120px" | Character
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
+
! width="40px" |[[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
+
! width="40px" |[[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
+
! width="40px" |[[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
+
! width="40px" |[[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC2]]
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
+
! width="40px" |[[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC3]]
  +
! width="40px" |[[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC3]]
  +
! width="40px" |[[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC:I]]
  +
! width="120px" |Series
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:May Reilly|Aunt May Reilly]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:En_Sabah_Nur_(Earth-TRN177)|Apocalypse]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{partial|Stage background}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
| rowspan="23" |''X-Men''
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Doctor Octopus|Doctor Octopus]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Nathan_Summers_(Earth-TRN177)|Cable]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Support Card}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Superior Spider-Man 2.0 as Spider-Man’s Wave 1 DLC costume, along with Superior Venom alt. color scheme}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Green Goblin|Green Goblin]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Piotr_Rasputin_(Earth-TRN177)|Colossus]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{CPU}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{partial|Support Card, and [[w:c:marvel:Iron Patriot|Iron Patriot]] as Iron Man's DLC costume}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Part of Spider-Man's moveset}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Gwen Stacy|Gwen Stacy]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Scott_Summers_(Earth-TRN177)|Cyclops]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{CPU}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Support Card}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Spider-Gwen as Spider-Man Wave 1 DLC costume’s alt. color scheme}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:J. J. Jameson|J. J. Jameson]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Wade_Wilson_(Earth-TRN177)|Deadpool]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Stage background}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Referenced}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Referenced}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Cameo}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Stage background}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Kingpin|Kingpin]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Remy_LeBeau_(Earth-TRN177)|Gambit]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Support Card}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Kraven|Kraven]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Robert_Drake_(Earth-TRN177)|Iceman]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{CPU}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Haggar's alt. color scheme}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Mary Jane Watson|Mary Jane Watson]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Jubilation_Lee_(Earth-TRN177)|Jubilee]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Cameo}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{CPU}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Referenced}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Renew Your Vow Mary Jane as Spider-Man’s alt. color scheme}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Mr. Fear|Mr. Fear]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Cain_Marko_(Earth-TRN177)|Juggernaut]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{CPU}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Taskmaster's alt. color scheme}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Joseph Robertson|Robbie Robertson]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Max_Eisenhardt_(Earth-TRN177)|Magneto]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Stage background}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{CPU}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Cameo}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Spider-Ham|Spider-Ham]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Marrow_(Sarah)_(Earth-TRN177)|Marrow]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Support Card}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Spider-Man|Spider-Man]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Arkady_Rossovich_(Earth-TRN177)|Omega Red]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}} (& secret character Armored Spider-Man)
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Klynthar|Symbiote/Klynthar]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Onslaught_(Psychic_Entity)_(Earth-TRN177)|Onslaught]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Part of Venom's moveset}}
+
|{{H}}<ref name=ref1 group=Note></ref>
|{{partial|Part of Venom's moveset}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Spider-Man's alt. color scheme}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Stage backgrounds, and part of Venom's moveset}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Venom|Venom]] ([[w:c:marvel:Eddie Brock|Eddie Brock]])
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Jean_Grey_(Earth-TRN177)|Phoenix]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}} (& secret character Red Venom)
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Support Card (as [[w:c:marvel:Anti-Venom|Anti-Venom]])}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}} (DLC) (& Anti-Venom Wave 1 DLC costume)
+
|{{Y}}
|}
+
|{{N}}
 
====''Ghost Rider'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |Appears in
 
 
|-
 
|-
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Elizabeth_Braddock_(Earth-TRN177)|Psylocke]]
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
+
|{{CPU}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
+
|{{Y}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Blackheart|Blackheart]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Rogue_(Anna_Marie)_(Earth-TRN177)|Rogue]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{CPU}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Cameo, and Firebrand's alt. color}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Ghost Rider|Ghost Rider]] ([[w:c:marvel:Johnny Blaze|Johnny Blaze]])
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Victor_Creed_(Earth-TRN177)|Sabretooth]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Stage background}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Ghost Rider 2099|Ghost Rider 2099]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Sentinels#Video_Games|Sentinel]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{CPU}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{partial|Ghost Rider's DLC costume}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Mephisto|Mephisto]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Keniuchio_Harada_(Earth-TRN177)|Silver Samurai]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Secret character}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{partial|Support Card}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Noble Kale|Noble Kale]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Rita_Wayword_(Earth-TRN177)|Spiral]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{partial|Ghost Rider's alt. color scheme}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Phantom Rider|Phantom Rider]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Ororo_Munroe_(Earth-TRN177)|Storm]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{CPU}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{partial|Ghost Rider's alt. color scheme}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Ghost Rider default and Wave 1 costume's alt. color scheme}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Robert Blackthorne|Ultimate Ghost Rider]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:James_Howlett_(Earth-TRN177)|Wolverine]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Ghost Rider's alt. color scheme}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|}
+
|{{N}}
 
====''Doctor Strange'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |Appears in
 
 
|-
 
|-
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Laura_Kinney_(Earth-TRN177)|X-23]]
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Clea|Clea]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Black_Panther_(Earth-TRN177)|Black Panther]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Support Card}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|style="background-color:#ffffaf;"|{{Y}}
  +
| rowspan="17" |''The Avengers''
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Doctor Strange|Doctor Strange]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Black_Widow_(Earth-TRN177)|Black Widow]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|style="background-color:#ffffaf;"|{{Y}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Dormammu|Dormammu]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Steven_Rogers_(Earth-TRN177)|Captain America]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{Y}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Quoggoth|Quoggoth]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Captain_Marvel_(Earth-TRN177)|Captain Marvel]] ([[w:c:marvel:Carol_Danvers_(Earth-TRN177)|Carol Danvers]])
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Shuma-Gorath's DLC costume}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{Y}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Rorkannu|Rorkannu]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Clinton_Barton_(Earth-TRN177)|Hawkeye]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Dormammu's alt. color scheme}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Dormammu's alt. color scheme}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{Y}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Satannish|Satannish]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Robert_Bruce_Banner_(Earth-TRN177)|Hulk]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Cameo}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{Y}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Shuma-Gorath|Shuma-Gorath]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Anthony_Stark_(Earth-TRN177)|Iron Man]]
|{{partial|Cameo}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{Yes}} (DLC)
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|}
+
|{{Y}}
 
====''Fantastic Four'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |Appears in
 
 
|-
 
|-
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:M.O.D.O.K._(Earth-TRN177)|M.O.D.O.K.]]
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Doctor Doom|Doctor Doom]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Jennifer_Walters_(Earth-TRN177)|She-Hulk]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Fantastic Four|Fantastic Four]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Tony_Masters_(Earth-TRN177)|Taskmaster]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Support Card}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Galactus|Galactus]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Thanos_(Earth-TRN177)|Thanos]]
|{{no}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{no}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{no}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{no}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{yes}} ("Galactus Mode" in ''Ultimate'')
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{Y}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Rl'nnd|Rl'nnd]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Thor_Odinson_(Earth-TRN177)|Thor]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{CPU}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Super-Skrull's alt. color scheme}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{Y}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Silver Surfer|Silver Surfer]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Ultron_(Earth-TRN177)|Ultron]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Support Card}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{Y}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Super Skrull|Super Skrull]] ([[w:c:marvel:Kl'rt|Kl'rt]])
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Ultron_Sentinel_|Ultron Drone]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{CPU}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Uatu The Watcher|Uatu The Watcher]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:John_Walker_(Earth-TRN177)|U.S. Agent]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{CPU}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Support Card}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|}
+
|{{N}}
 
====''Heroes for Hire'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |Appears in
 
 
|-
 
|-
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:James_Rhodes_(Earth-TRN177)|War Machine]]
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
+
|{{Y}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
+
|{{H}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Colleen Wing|Colleen Wing]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:James_Buchanan_Barnes_(Earth-TRN177)|Winter Soldier]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Cameo}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|style="background-color:#ffffaf;"|{{Y}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:H'ylthri|H'ylthri]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Peter_Parker_(Earth-TRN177)|Spider-Man]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Iron Fist's alt. color scheme}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{Y}}
  +
| rowspan="2" |''Spider-Man''
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Iron Fist|Iron Fist]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Venom_(Earth-TRN177)|Venom]] ([[w:c:marvel:Eddie_Brock_(Earth-TRN177)|Eddie Brock]])
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Poster in background}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|style="background-color:#ffffaf;"|{{Y}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Luke Cage|Luke Cage]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Blackheart_(Earth-TRN177)|Blackheart]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Support Card}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
| rowspan="3" |''Ghost Rider''
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Misty Knight|Misty Knight]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Ghost_Rider_(Earth-TRN177)|Ghost Rider]] ([[w:c:marvel:Johnny_Blaze_(Earth-TRN177)|Johnny Blaze]])
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Cameo}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{Y}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Serpent Hand|Serpent Hand]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Mephisto_(Earth-TRN177)|Mephisto]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Iron Fist's alt. color scheme}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Hand|The Hand]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Stephen_Strange_(Earth-TRN177)|Doctor Strange]]
|{{partial|Cameo}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Stage background}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|}
+
|{{Y}}
+
| rowspan="3" |''Doctor Strange''
====''Nova'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |Appears in
 
 
|-
 
|-
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Dormammu_(Earth-TRN177)|Dormammu]]
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{Y}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Nova|Nova]] ([[w:c:marvel:Richard Rider|Richard Rider]])
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Shuma-Gorath_(Earth-TRN177)|Shuma-Gorath]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|style="background-color:#ffffaf;"|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|style="background-color:#ffffaf;"|{{Y}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Sam Alexander|Sam Alexander]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Victor_von_Doom_(Earth-TRN177)|Doctor Doom]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Nova's DLC costume}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|}
+
|{{N}}
+
| rowspan="3" |''Fantastic Four''
====''Guardians of the Galaxy'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |Appears in
 
 
|-
 
|-
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Galactus_(Earth-TRN177)|Galactus]]
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
+
|{{CPU}}
  +
|{{H}}<ref name=ref2 group=Note></ref>
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Drax the Destroyer|Drax the Destroyer]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Super_Skrull_(Earth-TRN177)|Super Skrull]] ([[w:c:marvel:Kl'rt_(Earth-TRN177)|Kl'rt]])
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Partial|Referenced}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Gamora|Gamora]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Daniel_Rand_(Earth-TRN177)|Iron Fist]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
| ''Heroes for Hire''
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Groot|Groot]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Nova_(Earth-TRN177)|Nova]] ([[w:c:marvel:Richard_Rider_(Earth-TRN177)|Richard Rider]])
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Partial|Part of Rocket Raccoon's moveset}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{Y}}
  +
| ''Nova''
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Rocket Raccoon|Rocket Raccoon]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Gamora_(Earth-TRN177)|Gamora]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{Y}}
  +
| rowspan="2" |''Guardians of the Galaxy''
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvel:Star-Lord|Star-Lord]]
+
|[[w:c:marvel:Rocket_Raccoon_(Earth-TRN177)|Rocket Raccoon]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Partial|Referenced}}
+
|{{Y}}
|}
+
|{{Y}}
 
====''Marvel Knights'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |Appears in
 
 
|-
 
|-
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
+
|[[w:c:marvelvscapcom:Xgardian|Xgardian]]
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
+
|{{N}}
|-
+
|{{N}}
|[[w:c:marvel:Blade|Blade]]
+
|{{CPU}}
|{{No}}
+
|Original
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Moon Knight|Moon Knight]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:The Punisher|The Punisher]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card, and Captain America's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|}
 
 
====''Midnight Sons'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |Appears in
 
|-
 
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Jennifer Kale|Jennifer Kale]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Michael Morbius|Michael Morbius]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Werewolf by Night|Werewolf by Night]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|}
 
 
====''Daredevil'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |Appears in
 
|-
 
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Bullseye|Bullseye]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Daredevil|Daredevil]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Elektra|Elektra Natchios]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Stage background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|}
 
 
====Other Marvel characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |Appears in
 
|-
 
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Howard The Duck|Howard The Duck]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvel:Quasar|Quasar]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Nova's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{partial|Nova's alt. color scheme}}
 
 
|}
 
|}
  +
<small>'''Notes:'''</small><br />
  +
<ref group="Note" name="ref1" /> <small>Onslaught playable only on the PSX and Dreamcast versions</small><br />
  +
<ref group="Note" name="ref2" /> <small>Galactus playable only in Galactus Mode</small>
   
 
===Capcom Characters===
 
===Capcom Characters===
This is a list of all the Capcom characters that have appeared in the ''Marvel vs. Capcom'' series, most of which have appeared in other Capcom games:
+
This is a list of all the Capcom characters that have appeared in the ''Marvel vs. Capcom''
  +
series, most of which have appeared in other Capcom games:
   
====''[[Street Fighter series|Street Fighter]]'' characters====
+
{|class="wikitable sortable"
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
|-
 
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
|-
 
|[[Akuma]] (Gouki in Japan)
 
|{{Yes}} (semi-secret character)
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|As a [[Mode Change|moveset]] for Ryu}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Referenced}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
|[[Balrog]] (M. Bison in Japan)
+
! width="120px" | Character
|{{partial|Cameo}}
+
! width="40px" |[[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
|{{partial|Stage background}}
+
! width="40px" |[[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
|{{No}}
+
! width="40px" |[[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
|{{No}}
+
! width="40px" |[[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC2]]
|{{No}}
+
! width="40px" |[[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC3]]
|{{No}}
+
! width="40px" |[[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC3]]
  +
! width="40px" |[[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC:I]]
  +
! width="120px" |Game/series
 
|-
 
|-
|[[Blanka]]
+
|[[Akuma]]
|{{partial|Stage background}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{partial|Cameo & stage background}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
| rowspan="13" |''[[Street Fighter series|Street Fighter]]''
 
|-
 
|-
|[[Cammy|Cammy White]]
+
|[[Cammy]]
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Charlie Nash]]
 
|[[Charlie Nash]]
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Chun-Li]]
 
|[[Chun-Li]]
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{Y}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Crimson Viper]]
 
|[[Crimson Viper]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Dan]]
 
|[[Dan]]
|{{partial|Cameo}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{partial|Cameo}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Dhalsim]]
 
|[[Dhalsim]]
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|-
+
|{{N}}
|[[Evil Ryu]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Ryu's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{partial|Part of Ryu's moveset and DLC costume}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Guile]]
 
|[[Guile]]
|{{partial|Cameo}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Stage background}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[Ibuki]]
+
|[[Ken]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{partial|Hiryu's alt. color scheme}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[Ken Masters]]
+
|[[M. Bison]]
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|As a [[Mode Change|moveset]] for Ryu}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{partial|Cameo, and Ryu's alt. color scheme}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Poster in background}}
+
|{{N}}
|-
+
|{{N}}
|[[M. Bison]] (Vega in Japan)
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo, and Wesker's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[Oni]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Akuma's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[Rainbow Mika]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Trish's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[Rose]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Stage background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Ryu]]
 
|[[Ryu]]
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}} (as Complete Change version)
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|-
+
|{{Y}}
|[[Sagat]]
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Sakura]]
 
|[[Sakura]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Stage background}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|-
+
|{{N}}
|[[Sean Matsuda]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[Shin Akuma]] (Shin Gouki in Japan)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Third and unused fourth forms as Akuma's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[Vega]] (Balrog in Japan)
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Referenced}}
 
|{{No}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Zangief]]
 
|[[Zangief]]
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|}
+
|{{N}}
 
====''Mega Man'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
 
|-
 
|-
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
+
|[[w:c:megaman:Mega Man (character)|Mega Man]]
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
+
|{{Y}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
+
|{{H}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
+
|{{N}}
|-
+
|{{N}}
|[[w:c:megaman:Doctor Albert W. Wily|Albert W. Wily]]
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
| rowspan="2" |''[[w:c:megaman:Mega Man (series)|Mega Man]]''
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Stage background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:megaman:Alia|Alia]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Referenced}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:megaman:Axl|Axl]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Zero's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:megaman:Bass|Bass]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Zero's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:megaman:Beat|Beat]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Part of Mega Man and Roll's moveset}}
 
|{{partial|Part of Mega Man and Roll's moveset}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:megaman:Bon Bonne|Bon Bonne]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Stage background and Tron's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:megaman:Eddie|Eddie]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Part of Mega Man and Roll's moveset}}
 
|{{partial|Part of Mega Man and Roll's moveset}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:megaman:Mega Man (character)|Mega Man]] (original) (Rockman in Japan)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Stage background}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo and Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:megaman:Mega Man Volnutt|Mega Man Volnutt]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:megaman:Proto Man|Proto Man]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{partial|Frank West's Wave 1 DLC costume}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:megaman:Roll|Roll]]
 
|[[w:c:megaman:Roll|Roll]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}} (Secret character)
+
|{{H}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{partial|Support Card}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:megaman:Roll Caskett|Roll Caskett]]
+
|[[w:c:megaman:Servbot|Servbot]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{partial|Tron's alt. color scheme}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
| rowspan="2" |''[[w:c:megaman:Mega Man Legends (series)|Mega Man Legends]]''
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:megaman:Rush|Rush]]
+
|[[w:c:megaman:Tron Bonne|Tron Bonne]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Part of Mega Man and Roll's moveset}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Part of Mega Man and Roll's moveset}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|-
+
|{{N}}
|[[w:c:megaman:Servbot|Servbot]] (Kobun in Japan)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo and Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:megaman:Sigma|Sigma]]
 
|[[w:c:megaman:Sigma|Sigma]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}} (DLC)
+
|{{N}}
|-
+
|style="background-color:#ffffaf;"|{{Y}}{{Y}}{{Y}}{{Y}}{{Y}}{{Y}}{{Y}}
|[[w:c:megaman:Teisel Bonne|Teisel Bonne]]
+
| rowspan="3" |''[[w:c:megaman:Mega Man X (series)|Mega Man X]]''
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Stage background and Tron's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:megaman:Doctor Thomas Light|Thomas Light]] (Thomas Right in Japan)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Story Mode Cameo and Gallery Mode curator}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:megaman:Tron Bonne|Tron Bonne]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:megaman:Vile|Vile]] (Vava in Japan)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card, and Zero's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:megaman:Mega Man X (character)|X]]
 
|[[w:c:megaman:Mega Man X (character)|X]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Support Card, and Zero and Frank's DLC costume}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{Y}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:megaman:Zero|Zero]]
 
|[[w:c:megaman:Zero|Zero]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|-
+
|{{Y}}
|[[w:c:megaman:Zero Nightmare|Zero Nightmare]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Zero's alt. color scheme}}
 
|}
 
 
====''Darkstalkers'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
|-
 
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:darkstalkers:Anakaris|Anakaris]]
 
|[[w:c:darkstalkers:Anakaris|Anakaris]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Support Card}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
| rowspan="7" |''[[w:c:darkstalkers:Darkstalkers (series)|Darkstalkers]]''
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:darkstalkers:Anita|Anita]]
 
|[[w:c:darkstalkers:Anita|Anita]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Partial|Assist}}
+
|{{CPU}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:darkstalkers:Baby Bonnie Hood|Baby Bonnie Hood]] (Bulleta in Japan)
+
|[[w:c:darkstalkers:Baby Bonnie Hood|B.B. Hood]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Poster in background}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|-
+
|{{N}}
|[[w:c:darkstalkers:Bishamon|Bishamon]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:darkstalkers:Demitri Maximoff|Demitri Maximoff]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card, and Vergil's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:darkstalkers:Donovan Baine|Donovan Baine]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Partial|Part of Anita's attack}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:darkstalkers:Felicia|Felicia]]
 
|[[w:c:darkstalkers:Felicia|Felicia]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:darkstalkers:Hsien-Ko|Hsien-Ko]] (Lei-Lei in Japan)
+
|[[w:c:darkstalkers:Hsien-Ko|Hsien-Ko]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:darkstalkers:Jon Talbain|Jon Talbain]] (Gallon in Japan)
+
|[[w:c:darkstalkers:Jedah Dohma|Jedah]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Amatearasu's DLC costume, and Missile's DLC color scheme}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{Y}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:darkstalkers:Jedah Dohma|Jedah Dohma]]
+
|[[w:c:darkstalkers:Morrigan Aensland|Morrigan]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Cameo}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|-
+
|{{Y}}
|[[w:c:darkstalkers:Lilith|Lilith]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Secret Character as Lilith-Mode Morrigan}}
 
|{{partial|Part of Morrigan's moveset}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card, and Morrigan's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{partial|Morrigan's alt. color scheme}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:darkstalkers:Lord Raptor|Lord Raptor]] (Zabel Zarrock in Japan)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Stage background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:darkstalkers:Mei-Ling|Mei-Ling]] (Shao Lin-Lin in Japan)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Part of Hsien-Ko's moveset and DLC costume}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:darkstalkers:Morrigan Aensland|Morrigan Aensland]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:darkstalkers:Rikuo|Rikuo]] (Aulbath in Japan)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:darkstalkers:Sasquatch|Sasquatch]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|}
 
 
====''Strider'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
|-
 
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:strider:Grandmaster Meio|Grandmaster Meio]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{partial|Story Mode Cameo}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:strider:Hien|Strider Hien]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Hiryu's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{partial|Hiryu's Wave 1 DLC costume}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:strider:Hiryu|Strider Hiryu]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:strider:Tong Pooh|Ton Pooh]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Partial|Assist}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|}
 
 
====''[[Captain Commando]]'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
|-
 
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
|-
 
|[[Baby Head]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Partial|Part of Commando's moveset}}
 
|{{Partial|Part of Commando's moveset}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card in one}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[Captain Commando (character)|Captain Commando]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Stage background}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card in one and poster in background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[Ginzu the Ninja]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Partial|Part of Commando's moveset}}
 
|{{Partial|Part of Commando's moveset}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card in one}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[Mack the Knife]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Partial|Part of Commando's moveset}}
 
|{{Partial|Part of Commando's moveset}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card in one}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|}
 
 
====''Cyberbots'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
|-
 
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Jin Saotome|Blodia]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Part of Jin's moveset}}
 
|{{partial|Part of Jin's moveset}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Devilotte|Devilotte]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Partial|Assist}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Jin Saotome|Jin Saotome]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card and poster in background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|}
 
 
====''Star Gladiator'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
|-
 
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Black Hayato|Black Hayato]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Part of Hayato's moveset}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Bilstein|Bilstein]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Ele|Ele]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Gamof|Gamof]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Hayato Kanzaki|Hayato Kanzaki]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card and poster in background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:June|June Lin Milliam]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card, and Trish' alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Prince|Prince]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Saturn Dyer|Saturn Dyer]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|}
 
 
====''Resident Evil'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
|-
 
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:residentevil:Albert Wesker|Albert Wesker]]
 
|[[w:c:residentevil:Albert Wesker|Albert Wesker]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
| rowspan="4" |''[[w:c:residentevi:Resident Evil franchise|Resident Evil]]''
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:residentevil:Chris Redfield|Chris Redfield]]
 
|[[w:c:residentevil:Chris Redfield|Chris Redfield]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|-
+
|{{Y}}
|[[w:c:residentevil:Claire Redfield|Claire Redfield]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Partial|Support Card, and C. Viper's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:residentevil:Executioner Majini|Executioner Majini]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Partial|Nemesis' alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:residentevil:HUNK|HUNK]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:residentevil:Jill Valentine|Jill Valentine]]
 
|[[w:c:residentevil:Jill Valentine|Jill Valentine]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}} (DLC)
+
|style="background-color:#ffffaf;"|{{Y}}{{Y}}{{Y}}{{Y}}{{Y}}{{Y}}{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|style="background-color:#ffffaf;"|{{Y}}{{Y}}{{Y}}{{Y}}{{Y}}{{Y}}{{Y}}
|-
+
|{{N}}
|[[w:c:residentevil:Leon Scott Kennedy|Leon S. Kennedy]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:residentevil:Licker|Licker]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Partial|Stage background and Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:residentevil:Nemesis T-Type|Nemesis T-Type]]
 
|[[w:c:residentevil:Nemesis T-Type|Nemesis T-Type]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{Y}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:residentevil:Oswell E. Spencer|Oswell Spencer]]
+
|[[w:c:ghostsngoblins:Arthur|Arthur]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{CPU}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Cameo}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{Y}}
  +
| rowspan="2" |''[[w:c:ghostsngoblins:Ghosts 'n Goblins|Ghosts 'n Goblins]]''
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:residentevil:T-00|Tyrant T-103]]
+
|[[w:c:ghostsngoblins:Firebrand|Firebrand]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Nemesis' Wave 1 DLC costume}}
+
|{{Y}}
|-
+
|{{Y}}
|[[w:c:residentevil:Tyrant T-002|Tyrant T-002]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Part of Jill's moveset}}
 
|{{Partial|Stage background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|}
 
 
====''Devil May Cry'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
|-
 
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:devilmaycry:Arkham|Arkham]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:devilmaycry:Dante|Dante]]
 
|[[w:c:devilmaycry:Dante|Dante]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|-
+
|{{Y}}
|[[w:c:devilmaycry:Lady|Lady]]
+
| rowspan="3" |''[[w:c:devilmaycry:Devil May Cry (series)|Devil May Cry]]''
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:devilmaycry:Mundus|Mundus]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Referenced}}
 
|{{partial|Referenced}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:devilmaycry:Nero|Nero]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Vergil's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:devilmaycry:Sparda|Sparda]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Dante's DLC costume, and hyper combo form change for both Dante and Vergil's DLC costumes}}
 
|{{partial|Referenced}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:devilmaycry:Trish|Trish]]
 
|[[w:c:devilmaycry:Trish|Trish]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:devilmaycry:Vergil|Vergil]]
 
|[[w:c:devilmaycry:Vergil|Vergil]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|}
+
|{{N}}
 
====''Ōkami'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
 
|-
 
|-
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
+
|[[w:c:strider:Hiryu|Strider Hiryu]]
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
+
|{{Y}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
+
|{{Y}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{Y}}
  +
| rowspan="2" |''[[w:c:strider:Strider (series)|Strider]]''
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:okami:Amaterasu|Amaterasu]]
+
|[[w:c:strider:Tong Pooh|Ton Pooh]]
|{{No}}s
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{CPU}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:okami:Canine Warriors|Canine Warriors]]
+
|[[Mike Haggar]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Chi/Take, Chu/Hayabusa and Ume/Jin as Amaterasu's alt. color schemes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|-
+
|{{Y}}
|[[w:c:okami:Chibiterasu|Chibiterasu]]
+
| ''[[Final Fight series|Final Fight]]''
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Referenced}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:okami:Issun|Issun]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Speaks for Amaterasu}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:okami:Sakuya|Sakuya]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:okami:Yami|Yami]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|}
 
 
====''Viewtiful Joe'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
|-
 
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:viewtifuljoe:Alastor|Alastor]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo and Viewtiful Joe's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:viewtifuljoe:Jet Black|Black Emperor]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo and Viewtiful Joe's alt. color schemes}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:viewtifuljoe:Captain Blue|Captain Blue]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo & Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:viewtifuljoe:Captain Blue Jr.|Captain Blue Jr.]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Viewtiful Joe's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:viewtifuljoe:Sexy Silvia|Sexy Silvia]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Part of Joe's moveset and alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:viewtifuljoe:Viewtiful Joe|Viewtiful Joe]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|}
 
 
====''Ghosts 'n Goblins'' characters====
 
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
|-
 
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:ghostsngoblins:Arthur|Arthur]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Stage background}}
 
|{{Partial|Assist}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:ghostsngoblins:Astaroth|Astaroth]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Stage background & Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:ghostsngoblins:Firebrand|Firebrand]] (Red Arremer in Japan)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:ghostsngoblins:Princess Prin Prin|Princess Prin Prin]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo & Support Card}}
 
|{{partial|Referenced}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:ghostsngoblins:Red Arremer King|Red Arremer King]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Firebrand's DLC costume}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|}
 
 
====''Bionic Commando'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
|-
 
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Bionic Commando|Jayne Magdalene]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Spencer's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Bionic Commando Rearmed|Gottfried Groeder]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Spencer's Wave 1 DLC costume}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Nathan Spencer|Nathan Spencer]]
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Nathan Spencer|Nathan Spencer]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|-
+
|{{Y}}
|[[w:c:capcom:Super Joe|Super Joe]]
+
| ''[[w:c:capcom:Bionic Commando (series)|Bionic Commando]]''
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Referenced}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|}
 
 
====''[[Final Fight series|Final Fight]]'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
|-
 
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
|-
 
|[[Andore Family|Andore]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Stage background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[Bred]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Stage background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[Cody|Cody Travers]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Stage background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Chris' alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[Damnd]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Statue in background}}
 
|-
 
|[[Guy]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Hiryu's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[J]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Stage background}}
 
|-
 
|[[Mike Haggar]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|-
 
|[[Poison]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Stage background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[Two P]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Stage background}}
 
|{{partial|Stage background}}
 
|}
 
 
====''Ace Attorney'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
|-
 
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:aceattorney:Dick Gumshoe|Dick Gumshoe]] (Keisuke Itonokogiri in Japan)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Wright's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:aceattorney:Ema Skye|Ema Skye]] (Akane Hozuki in Japan)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Maya's DLC color}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:aceattorney:Franziska von Karma|Franziska von Karma]] (Mei Karuma in Japan)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card, and Maya's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:aceattorney:Godot|Godot]] (Godou in Japan)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card, and Wright's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:aceattorney:Judge|Judge]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Part of Wright's moveset}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:aceattorney:Kay Faraday|Kay Faraday]] (Mikumo Ichijou in Japan)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Maya's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:aceattorney:Larry Butz|Larry Butz]] (Masashi Yahari in Japan)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Wright's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:aceattorney:Maya Fey|Maya Fey]] (Mayoi Ayasato in Japan)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Part of Wright's moveset}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:aceattorney:Mia Fey|Mia Fey]] (Chihiro Ayasato in Japan)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Maya's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:aceattorney:Miles Edgeworth|Miles Edgeworth]] (Reiji Mitsurugi in Japan)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card, and Wright's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:aceattorney:Missile|Missile]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Part of Wright's moveset}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:aceattorney:Phoenix Wright|Phoenix Wright]] (Ryuichi Naruhodou in Japan)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|}
 
 
====''Dead Rising'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
|-
 
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:deadrising:Chuck Greene|Chuck Greene]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card, and Chris and Frank's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:deadrising:Frank West|Frank West]]
 
|[[w:c:deadrising:Frank West|Frank West]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{Y}}
  +
| ''[[w:c:deadrising:Dead Rising (series)|Dead Rising]]''
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:deadrising:Steven Chapman|Steven Chapman]]
+
|[[Captain Commando (character)|Captain Commando]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Support Card}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|}
+
|{{N}}
+
| ''[[Captain Commando]]''
====''Monster Hunter'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
 
|-
 
|-
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
+
|[[w:c:capcom:Devilotte|Devilotte]]
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
+
|{{CPU}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
| rowspan="2" |''[[w:c:capcom:Cyberbots|Cyberbots]]''
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:monsterhunter:Dah'ren Mohran|Dah'ren Mohran]]
+
|[[w:c:capcom:Jin Saotome|Jin Saotome]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Story Mode cameo}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:monsterhunter:Felyne|Felynes]]
+
|[[w:c:capcom:Hayato Kanzaki|Hayato Kanzaki]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Support Card}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
| ''[[w:c:capcom:Star Gladiator (series)|Star Gladiator]]''
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:monsterhunter:Hunter|Hunter]]
+
|[[w:c:okami:Amaterasu|Amaterasu]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{Yes}} (Female, DLC)
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
| ''[[w:c:okami:Ōkami (series)|Ōkami]]''
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:monsterhunter:Rathalos|Rathalos]]
+
|[[w:c:viewtifuljoe:Viewtiful Joe|Viewtiful Joe]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Support Card}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Statue in background<br>Gears equipped by the female Hunter}}
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
| ''[[w:c:viewtifuljoe:Viewtiful Joe (series)|Viewtiful Joe]]''
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:monsterhunter:Rathian|Rathian]]
+
|[[w:c:aceattorney:Phoenix Wright|Phoenix Wright]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Support Card}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|}
+
|{{N}}
+
| ''[[w:c:aceattorney:Ace Attorney (series)|Ace Attorney]]''
====''[[Rival Schools series|Rival Schools]]'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
 
|-
 
|-
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
+
|[[w:c:monsterhunter:Hunter|Monster Hunter]]
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
|style="background-color:#ffffaf;"|{{Y}}{{Y}}{{Y}}{{Y}}{{Y}}{{Y}}{{Y}}
  +
| ''[[w:c:monsterhunter:Monster Hunter (series)|Monster Hunter]]''
 
|-
 
|-
|[[Akira Kazama]]
+
|[[w:c:capcom:Unknown Soldiers|Unknown Soldier]] (1P)
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{CPU}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Support Card}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
|''[[w:c:capcom:Forgotten Worlds|Forgotten Worlds]]''
 
|-
 
|-
|[[Batsu Ichimonji]]
+
|Lou
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{CPU}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Support Card}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
|''[[w:c:capcom:Three Wonders|Three Wonders]]''
 
|-
 
|-
|[[Hideo Shimazu]]
+
|[[w:c:capcom:Michelle Heart|Michelle Heart]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{CPU}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Support Card}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
|''[[w:c:capcom:Legendary Wings|Legendary Wings]]''
 
|-
 
|-
|[[Kyosuke Kagami]]
+
|[[w:c:capcom:Pure the Mage|Pure &amp; Fur]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{CPU}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Support Card}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
|''[[w:c:capcom:Adventure Quiz: Capcom World 2|Adventure Quiz: Capcom World 2]]''
 
|-
 
|-
|[[Tiffany Lords]]
+
|[[w:c:capcom:Saki|Saki]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{CPU}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Cameo}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|}
+
|{{N}}
+
|''[[w:c:capcom:Quiz Nanairo Dreams|Quiz Nanairo Dreams]]''
====''Red Earth'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
|-
 
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Kenji|Kenji]] (Mukuro in Japan)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card, and Hiryu's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Kongou|Kongou]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Leo|Leo]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Ravange|Ravange]] (Secmento in Japan)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Tessa|Tessa]] (Tabasa in Japan)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|}
 
 
====''Forgotten Worlds'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
|-
 
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Forgotten Worlds|Emperor Bios]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Partial|Stage background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Unknown Soldiers|Unknown Soldier 1P]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Partial|Assist}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Forgotten Worlds|Whodin &amp; Laidin]] (Raijin & Fujin in Japan)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Partial|Stage background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|}
 
 
====''Breath of Fire'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
|-
 
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:bof:Fou-Lu|Fou-Lu]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:bof:Garr|Garr]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:bof:Lin|Lin]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:bof:Myria|Myria]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:bof:Nina (Breath of Fire II)|Nina Wyndia]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:bof:Rei|Rei]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:bof:Ryu (Breath of Fire)|Ryu]] (''Breath of Fire'')
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|}
 
 
====''Ghost Trick'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
|-
 
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:ghosttrick:Lynne|Lynne]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card, and Maya's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:ghosttrick:Missile|Missile]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:ghosttrick:Sissel|Sissel]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card, and Wright's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|}
 
 
====''Battle Circuit'' characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
|-
 
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Battle Circuit#Characters|Cyber Blue]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Yellow Iris|Yellow Iris]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Felicia's DLC costume}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|}
 
 
====Other Capcom characters====
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
|-
 
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
 
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
 
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
 
|-
 
|Agathe (''[[w:c:capcom:Gaia Master|Gaia Master]]'')
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Edward Falcon|Edward Falcon]] (''[[w:c:capcom:Power Stone Series|Power Stone]]'' series)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Gene|Gene]] (''[[w:c:capcom:God Hand|God Hand]]'')
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|Lou (''[[w:c:capcom:Three Wonders|Three Wonders]]'')
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Partial|Assist}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Michelle Heart|Michelle Heart]] (''[[w:c:capcom:Legendary Wings|Legendary Wings]]'')
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Partial|Assist}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|Priest Ariol (''[[w:c:capcom:Magic Sword|Magic Sword]]'')
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Cameo}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvelvscapcom:Pure & Fur|Pure &amp; Fur]] (''[[w:c:capcom:Adventure Quiz: Capcom World 2|Adventure Quiz]]'' series)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Partial|Assist}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Saki|Saki]] (''[[w:c:capcom:Quiz Nanairo Dreams|Quiz Nanairo Dreams]]'')
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Partial|Assist}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Jill's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:onimusha:Hideyasu_Yūki|Sōki]] (''[[w:c:onimusha:Onimusha series|Onimusha]]'' series)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Support Card}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:capcom:Vanessa|Vanessa Z. Schneider]] (''[[w:c:capcom:P.N.03|P.N.03]]'')
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|Spencer and Jill's alt. color scheme}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|}
 
 
===Original Characters===
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! rowspan="2" |Character
 
! colspan="6" |appears in
 
 
|-
 
|-
![[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
+
|[[w:c:capcom:SonSon III|SonSon III]]
![[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
+
<ref name=ref3 group=Note></ref>
![[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC 2]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC 3]] - [[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC 3]]
+
|{{N}}
![[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC I]]
+
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
| ''[[w:c:capcom:SonSon (series)|SonSon]]''
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvelvscapcom:Abyss|Abyss]]
 
|[[w:c:marvelvscapcom:Abyss|Abyss]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Final Boss}}
+
|{{CPU}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
| rowspan="9" |Original
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvelvscapcom:Amingo|Amingo]]
 
|[[w:c:marvelvscapcom:Amingo|Amingo]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{partial|Poster in background}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Cyber Akuma]]
 
|[[Cyber Akuma]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes|Final Boss (playable in ports)}}
+
|{{H}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Akuma's DLC costume}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Dark Sakura]]
 
|[[Dark Sakura]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{yes}} (secret character)
+
|{{H}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Partial|Sakura's Hyper Combo form}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Mech-Zangief]]
 
|[[Mech-Zangief]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{yes}} (secret character)
+
|{{H}}
|{{Partial|Zangief's Hyper Combo form}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Partial|Zangief's Hyper Combo form}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvelvscapcom:Norimaro|Norimaro]]
+
|[[w:c:capcom:Ruby Heart|Ruby Heart]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{Yes}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{Y}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|-
+
|{{N}}
|[[w:c:marvelvscapcom:Ruby Heart|Ruby Heart]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Poster in background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvelvscapcom:SonSon III|Sonson]] (''[[w:c:capcom:Sonson|Sonson]]'' series)
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{Yes}}
 
|{{partial|Poster in background}}
 
|{{No}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Shadow]]
 
|[[Shadow]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{yes}} (secret character)
+
|{{H}}
|{{partial|Secret Assist}}
+
|{{CPU}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Shadow Lady]]
 
|[[Shadow Lady]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{yes}} (secret character)
+
|{{H}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Chun-Li's alt. color scheme}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
|[[w:c:marvelvscapcom:Symbiote Soldier|Symbiote Soldier (B.O.W.)]]
+
|[[w:c:marvelvscapcom:Symbiote B.O.W. Soldier|Symbiote Soldier (B.O.W.)]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|CPU Enemy in Story Mode}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{CPU}}
  +
|}
  +
<small>'''Notes:'''</small><br />
  +
<ref group="Note" name="ref3" /> <small>SonSon III's design based the ''SonSon'' series, but character is original.</small>
  +
  +
===Other Characters===
  +
{|class="wikitable sortable"
  +
|-
  +
! width="120px" | Character
  +
! width="40px" |[[X-Men vs. Street Fighter|XvSF]]
  +
! width="40px" |[[Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter|MvSF]]
  +
! width="40px" |[[Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes|MvC]]
  +
! width="40px" |[[Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes|MvC2]]
  +
! width="40px" |[[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|MvC3]]
  +
! width="40px" |[[Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3|UMvC3]]
  +
! width="40px" |[[Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite|MvC:I]]
  +
|-
  +
|[[w:c:marvelvscapcom:Norimaro|Norimaro]]
  +
|{{N}}
  +
|{{Y}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
  +
|{{N}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvelvscapcom:Ultron Omega|Ultron Omega]]
 
|[[w:c:marvelvscapcom:Ultron Omega|Ultron Omega]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Final Boss}}
+
|{{N}}
  +
|{{CPU}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[w:c:marvelvscapcom:Ultron Sigma|Ultron Sigma]]
 
|[[w:c:marvelvscapcom:Ultron Sigma|Ultron Sigma]]
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{No}}
+
|{{N}}
|{{partial|Sub Boss}}
+
|{{N}}
|-
+
|{{CPU}}
|[[w:c:marvelvscapcom:Xgardian|Xgardian]]
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{No}}
 
|{{partial|CPU Enemy in Story Mode}}
 
 
|}
 
|}
  +
  +
==References==
  +
{{reflist}}
   
 
== External Links ==
 
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*[[w:c:marvel:Marvel vs. Capcom|Marvel Database article]]
 
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*[[w:c:capcom:Marvel vs. Capcom series|Capcom Database wikia article]]
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Marvel-Vs-Capcom

North American box art of Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes.

Marvel vs. Capcom (マーヴルVSカプコン Māvuru versus Kapukon?) is a sub-series of fighting games within the Versus series created by Capcom, in which characters created by superhero comic book company Marvel Comics and Capcom's own characters appear together. While it was the first Vs. series involving Capcom, the name Marvel exists to distinguish it from Capcom's other Vs. series.

The Marvel characters depicted in these games were often based on their incarnations in various early 1990s animated series and were often voiced by the same voice actors.

Many of the characters and fighting mechanics used in these games were first developed and refined in two other fighting games Capcom had developed earlier, serving as precursors to the series: X-Men: Children of the Atom, which featured characters strictly from the X-Men universe, and Marvel Super Heroes, which gleaned characters from Marvel's entire roster (X-Men included).[1]

Although the tag-team fighting concept was not new, it was refined with this series. New fighting game terminology, such as the Aerial Rave (the act of performing a combo on an opponent while the opponent remains airborne) and the Variable Combination (the act of having two or more characters on the same team to perform their Hyper Combos at the same time) were added to the fighting game vernacular with this series.

GamesEdit

Precursor gamesEdit

Main gamesEdit

CompilationEdit

GameplayEdit

The basic gameplay of the Marvel vs. Capcom series was originally derived from X-Men: Children of the Atom and Marvel Super Heroes. Players compete in battle using characters with unique moves and special attacks.[2] Using a combination of joystick movements and button presses, players must execute various moves to damage their opponent and deplete their life gauge, or alternatively, have the most cumulative health when the timer runs out.[3] However, unlike the two aforementioned games, which focus on single combat, the Marvel vs. Capcom series revolve around tag team-based combat. Instead of choosing a single character, players select multiple characters to form teams of two or three.[4] Each character on the team is given their own life gauge.[5][6] Players control one character at a time, while the others await off-screen. Players are also free to swap between their characters at any point during the match.[7] As characters take damage, portions of their life gauge will turn red, known as "red health", which represents the amount of health that a character can recover if the player tags them out.[8] The off-screen, dormant characters will slowly replenish their red health, allowing players to cycle through their team members and prolong their ability to fight.[8] Furthermore, as characters deal and receive damage, a colored meter at the bottom of the screen known as the "Hyper Combo Gauge" will gradually fill.[9] By expending meter from their Hyper Combo Gauge, players can perform "Hyper Combos" – powerful, cinematic attacks that deal heavy damage to the opponent – in addition to several other special techniques.[2][9] If one character loses all of their health, they are knocked out and the next available fighter will automatically come into play.[6]

Each successive Marvel vs. Capcom installment has added, removed, or altered gameplay elements over the course of the series' history.[4] X-Men vs. Street Fighter added two-on-two tag team features. Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter introduced the concept of the "assist" by allowing the player to summon their off-screen partner to perform a special move without switching characters.[10] This feature was replaced in Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes, which instead randomly allocated an unplayable guest character with a preset assist move before each match; in addition, assists were limited to only a few uses per round. The assist features from Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter were re-incorporated into the following sequel, Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes, once again granting players the ability to call in their off-screen characters at any time during the match without constraint.[11] Marvel vs. Capcom 2 also increased the number of characters per team by one, providing a three-on-three battle format. Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds introduced "X-Factor", a comeback mechanic which offers increased damage, speed, and red health regeneration for a limited time upon activation.[9] Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite reverts to two-on-two partner battles and removes traditional character assists. Infinite also implements the Infinity Stones as a gameplay mechanic, where each of the six stones grants unique abilities and enhancements to the player.

Another gameplay element that helps to distinguish the Marvel vs. Capcom series from other fighting game franchises is its emphasis on aerial combat. Every character in the Marvel vs. Capcom series is given a "Launcher" move, which sends the opponent flying up into the air. The player can then choose to follow up immediately by using a "Super Jump", which allows a character to jump much higher than normal, in order to continue their combo; these airborne combos are called "Air Combos" or "Aerial Raves".[4][3] Marvel vs. Capcom 3 introduced a gameplay feature known as the "Team Aerial Combo" or "Aerial Exchange", giving players the opportunity to extend their Air Combos further by quickly tagging in their other characters while mid-air.[9]

As Capcom's design philosophy for the series has changed to appeal to a wider audience, the control scheme has been repeatedly modified to accommodate people less familiar with the fighting game genre.[12] The first three installments utilized the same layout of six attack buttons, separated as three pairs of light, medium, and hard punches and kicks.[2] In Marvel vs. Capcom 2, in order to make the game more accessible, the layout was tweaked to four attack buttons, consisting of two pairs of light and heavy punches and kicks, and two dedicated assist buttons.[13] The control scheme was further simplified with the release of Marvel vs. Capcom 3, which included three attack buttons designated to undefined light, medium, and hard attacks, two assist buttons, and an "exchange button" used to perform Launchers and switch between characters during Air Combos.[13][14] In addition, Marvel vs. Capcom 3 included two different control scheme options: Normal Mode and Simple Mode.[15][16] Simple Mode, designed for casual players, allows players to perform special moves and Hyper Combos with single button presses at the expense of limiting a character's available moveset.

StoryEdit

There does not appear to be a concrete story behind each game in the series (up until Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite), although several plot points run across the various games of the series. However, various pairs of characters - typically one Marvel and one Capcom, were often partnered with each other during game play (although later games randomized the partnerships so that it was possible to complete the game facing all-Marvel or all-Capcom teams). Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is the first game in the series to feature a proper story mode.

Throughout the earlier games, several interesting subplots emerge exclusively to the series, some of which contradict the others:

  • Psylocke is the one who rescues the amnesiac Cammy, who lost her memory after the battle with Apocalypse in X-Men vs. Street Fighter, from The Hand and its leader, Matsu'o Tsurayaba.
  • Zangief and Colossus defend Russia against Omega Red. In one ending, Omega Red apparently kills Ryu, prompting Ken to also seek revenge.
  • Wolverine seeks Akuma as he believes Akuma has information about his own past. However, in order to get the information from Akuma, he must win a fight to the death.
  • Chun-Li was made an honorary member of the X-Men, despite the lack of mutant powers on her part. Ryu is also offered membership in both the X-Men and Avengers, but turns it down both times, preferring to continue on his own path.
  • When Onslaught emerges, Charles Xavier subconsciously calls the Capcom heroes to help stop himself. Jin Saotome is attacked by M. Bison after defeating him and is near death, but the two cyborgs, "Shadow Lady" (Chun-Li) and "Shadow" (Charlie), revive him as a being like themselves.
  • In the Hulk's ending, Captain America makes the sacrifice. Meanwhile, Zangief battles Jin's Cyberbot, Blodia.
  • Magneto and M. Bison team up, intending on betraying each other at a later time. In Magneto's ending, Magneto eventually manages to get the upper hand and kills him. Bison's Shadaloo henchmen (Balrog, Vega, and Sagat) join him afterwards, fearful of Magneto's power. The opposite happens in M. Bison's ending.
  • Apocalypse captures Akuma and turns him into Cyber Akuma.
  • Charlie is kidnapped by Bison, who uses Shadaloo's technology to transform him to a super-soldier henchman known as Shadow. However, Shadow turns on Bison, who then tries to subject Chun-Li and Jin Saotome to the same fate.
  • In Sakura's Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter ending, she is seen as an adult and as a mother with a son.
  • Akuma is hinted to be the father of Dan. However, this ending, much like Dan himself, is a parody of SNK's Art of Fighting series.
  • In Ken's endings, the events of the games never actually happened. In X-Men vs. Street Fighter, he was playing the game itself with his son Mel, while the events of Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter appear to be a dream. He wakes up and continues his training with Ryu.

HistoryEdit

Capcom's partnership with Marvel Comics began in 1993 with the release of The Punisher, an arcade beat 'em up based on the comic book series of the same name.[17] Capcom then created their first Marvel-licensed fighting game, X-Men: Children of the Atom, in 1994.[17] Marvel Super Heroes soon followed in 1995.[17] Many of the gameplay mechanics used in the Marvel vs. Capcom series were first developed and refined in these two fighting games, serving as precursors to the series.[1] In 2011, then-current Capcom USA Strategic Marketing Director of Online and Community Seth Killian stated that many fighting game aficionados, including himself, consider them to have laid the foundation for the series.[1]

The idea for implementing tag teams was allegedly inspired by an easter egg from Capcom's own 1995 fighting game Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams.[18] In a secret "Dramatic Battle" mode, two players, controlling Ryu and Ken, were able to fight against an AI-controlled M. Bison at the same time.[18] The easter egg itself had drawn inspiration from the final battle sequence from Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie, which featured a similar fight scene.[18] Recognizing the uniqueness of a team-up concept, Capcom began to work on their next project.[18] After their earlier licensing ventures with Children of the Atom and Marvel Super Heroes, the company decided to combine Marvel's X-Men franchise, their own Street Fighter franchise, and their team-up concept, leading to the creation of X-Men vs. Street Fighter.[18][19] The game debuted in Japanese arcades in 1996, establishing the series' fast-paced, tag team-based gameplay style.[20]

Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter was then released in 1997, which replaced most of the X-Men cast with other heroes from the Marvel Universe and introduced the character assist mechanic.[4] Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes later followed in 1998, exchanging the majority of the Street Fighter cast with characters from other Capcom video games series, such as Mega Man and Darkstalkers.[4][20] In 1999, Capcom announced the development of yet another sequel, called Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes.[21][22] Marvel vs. Capcom 2 heavily re-used assets from previous Capcom-developed games, including Street Fighter Alpha, Darkstalkers, and the earlier Marvel vs. Capcom titles, resulting in a large roster of 56 playable characters.[23] Shortly after the release of the PlayStation 2 and Xbox ports for Marvel vs. Capcom 2, Capcom lost the use of the Marvel license, putting the series on an indefinite hiatus.[24] However, with the resurgence of the fighting game genre in 2008, owing to the success of Street Fighter IV, Marvel requested Capcom to collaborate with them once again.[25] Capcom would announce the development of the next installment in the Marvel vs. Capcom series, Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, in 2010.[26] The game was eventually released in 2011.[27] An updated version of Marvel vs. Capcom 3, titled Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, was released later in the same year.[28] The high-definition compilation game Marvel vs. Capcom Origins was then released in 2012.[29]

Following the release of Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 for the PlayStation Vita in 2012, Marvel's new parent company, The Walt Disney Company, which acquired Marvel in 2009, chose not to renew Capcom's license with the Marvel characters, instead opting to put them in its own self-published Disney Infinity series.[30][31] As a result, Capcom had to pull both Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and Marvel vs. Capcom 2 off their online platforms in 2013.[30][31] However, in 2016, Disney announced its decision to cancel the Disney Infinity series, discontinue self-publishing efforts, and switch to a licensing-only model, allowing them to license their characters to third-party game developers, including Capcom.[32][33] Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite was revealed in 2016, and then released in 2017.[34][35]

Related mediaEdit

In 2011, a series of Minimates based on the playable characters from Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds were released by Art Asylum.[36]

UDON Entertainment published Marvel vs. Capcom: Official Complete Works art book consisting of promotional artwork, sketches and bonus material from the video game collaborations between Marvel and Capcom, beginning with the 1993 arcade game The Punisher to Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3.[37][38] It contains contributions from a variety of artists and illustrators, including Akiman, Bengus, Shinkiro, Joe Madureira, Adi Granov, Joe Ng, Long Vo, Chamba, Adam Warren and Takeshi Miyazawa.[37] Official Complete Works made its international debut at San Diego Comic-Con on July 11, 2012, in an exclusive hardcover edition.[37] The hardcover also featured a wrap-around cover designed by Udon Entertainment and Capcom artist Alvin Lee, and digitally-painted by Genzoman.[38] A standard-format softcover was released in November 2012 by Diamond Comics.

CharactersEdit

Marvel vs. Capcom has featured over 100 playable fighters. In addition to the Marvel and Capcom characters, the games have introduced a few original characters, which include Norimaro from Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter, and Amingo, Ruby Heart, and SonSon from Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes.[39][40] Furthermore, other characters from the Marvel and Capcom universes make appearances in the games in varying capacities. Both Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter and Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes include secret characters which can be played by inputting specific sequences of joystick movements on the character select screen.[41][42] These secret characters consist of palette swaps of existing fighters with different moveset properties.[41][42] Clash of Super Heroes also has unplayable summon characters as part of its "Guest Character/Special Partner" assist system.[7][43]

Many Marvel vs. Capcom installments also allow players to fight as the games' boss characters in special game modes, with the exception of Abyss from Marvel vs. Capcom 2. Characters that have not been playable frequently make cameo appearances in the games' cutscenes and stage backgrounds. Lastly, numerous non-playable Marvel and Capcom characters are featured as "Ability Cards" in the Heroes and Heralds game mode in Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Out of all the playable characters, Ryu and Chun-Li are the only ones to have appeared in every game released thus far.

Symbol Meaning
a
YESmark
Playable
a
YESmark
Downloadable playable
a
LOCKmark
Hidden playable
a
CPUmark
Only computer-controlled / Assist
a
NOmark
Not appear

Marvel CharactersEdit

This is a list of all the Marvel characters that have appeared in the Marvel vs. Capcom series, most of which have appeared in Marvel comic books.

Character XvSF MvSF MvC MvC2 MvC3 UMvC3 MvC:I Series
Apocalypse a
LOCKmark
a
LOCKmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
X-Men
Cable a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
YESmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
Colossus a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
CPUmark
a
LOCKmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
Cyclops a
YESmark
a
YESmark
a
CPUmark
a
YESmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
Deadpool a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
YESmark
a
YESmark
a
NOmark
Gambit a
YESmark
a
NOmark
a
YESmark
a
YESmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
Iceman a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
CPUmark
a
YESmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
Jubilee a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
CPUmark
a
YESmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
Juggernaut a
YESmark
a
NOmark
a
CPUmark
a
YESmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
Magneto a
YESmark
a
NOmark
a
CPUmark
a
YESmark
a
YESmark
a
YESmark
a
NOmark
Marrow a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
YESmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
Omega Red a
NOmark
a
YESmark
a
NOmark
a
LOCKmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
Onslaught a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
LOCKmark

[Note 1]

a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
Phoenix a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
YESmark
a
YESmark
a
NOmark
Psylocke a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
CPUmark
a
YESmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
Rogue a
YESmark
a
NOmark
a
CPUmark
a
YESmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
Sabretooth a
YESmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
LOCKmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
Sentinel a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
CPUmark
a
LOCKmark
a
YESmark
a
YESmark
a
NOmark
Silver Samurai a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
LOCKmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
Spiral a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
LOCKmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
Storm a
YESmark
a
NOmark
a
CPUmark
a
LOCKmark
a
YESmark
a
YESmark
a
NOmark
Wolverine a
YESmark
a
YESmark
a
YESmark
a
YESmark
a
YESmark
a
YESmark
a
NOmark
X-23 a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
YESmark
a
YESmark
a
NOmark
Black Panther a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
YESmark
The Avengers
Black Widow a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
YESmark
Captain America a
NOmark
a
YESmark
a
YESmark
a
YESmark
a
YESmark
a
YESmark
a
YESmark
Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers) a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
YESmark
Hawkeye a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a
YESmark
a
YESmark
Hulk a
NOmark
a
YESmark
a
YESmark
a
YESmark
a
YESmark
a
YESmark
a
YESmark
Iron Man a
NOmark
a
NOmark
a