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    Ronan the Accuser (Marvel Cinematic Universe)

    Ronan the Accuser (Marvel Cinematic Universe)
    With all due respect, Thanos, your daughter made this mess, and yet you summon me?
    Gender: Male
    Type: Bland Antagonist
    Species: Kree
    Portrayed by: Lee Pace
    Status: Deceased
    Media of origin: Guardians of the Galaxy
    First appearance: Guardians of the Galaxy
    Last appearance: Captain Marvel

    Ronan the Accuser is a major antagonist in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, serving as the main antagonist of Guardians of the Galaxy, a minor antagonist in Captain Marvel and a mentioned character in Avengers: Endgame.

    He was portrayed by Lee Pace.

    Qualities that get Accused

    1. His schemes and personality are super generic to the point where Ronan feels like another servant of Thanos, rather than a stand-alone super-villain worthy of his own movie.
      • Then there's the constant monologuing he utters.
    2. For some reason, his hammer (which carries the Power Stone) is his sole weakness and he's invincible in every other format.
    3. He's just as bad in Captain Marvel where the Kree were focused on, and he didn't even care about his own people, showing nothing but show disrespect, threatening and berating the Kree Starforce for their failures, and even Yon-Rogg despises Ronan for nuking planets indiscriminately.
    4. In the comics, Ronan was shown to have various anti-villainous traits, it's unclear why they didn't carry his traits onto this version.
    5. There are brief hints that he does have a somewhat legitimate grudge against the Xandarians, and has been mistreated more than a little by Thanos in their various dealings. If they had explored this a bit more, it could have made him a more interesting character.

    Good Qualities

    1. The fact this version of Ronan is eviler than his comics counterpart might surprise a couple of viewers.
    2. Some may find his reaction to Quill's dancing funny. (Not to mention the hilarious behind-the-scenes clip where he actually does engage in a dance battle with him)
    3. His costume design and hammer design is well made, and looks convincing.
    4. Lee Pace gives a good performance.


    • He was based on Monsignor Russell J. Obmann, who violated James Gunn back at elementary school.


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