Kang is a time travel 30'th century warlord with technology that is almost indistinguishable from magic.
A.I.M attempted to steal his futuristic technology to upgrade various villains. When Iron Man accidentally ends up in Kang's time, Iron Man had a brief fight with Kang before they both head back to 21st century.
Kang discover sthat A.I.M had harvested his technology for their purposes, and took control over their organization. Later on, Kang brought his ship The Damocles as the Avengers worked to prevent Damocles from firing a futuristic weapon that would exterminate Manhattan.
Although the Avengers are successful at this Kang retreats to the 30th Century alongside most of the Avengers. Over there the Avengers meet an elderly Thor, a new Black Widow, and several rebels who help fight Kang and his Kangbots. When Kang plans to use his new time travel technology to travel to other worlds, Captain America grabs onto him as they both end up in World War II and later on the prehistoric Jurassic Era, where their fight is interrupted by dinosaurs. Afterwards a brief struggle, Captain America takes the time-travel technology and leaves Kang stranded in the Jurassic Era. Kang stays back and prepares himself for their next encounter.
Powers Skills and Abilities
- Decelerated Aging: He has stated that he has all the time in the world to his needs.
- Genius-Level Intelligence: He has a genius-level intellect, similarly to Tony.
- 30th Century Battle Armored Suit: He utilizes a technologically advanced suit from the 30th century.
- Time Manipulation:
- Political Savvy:
- High Combat Skills:
- Matter Control: With the gauntlets on his arms, he seems to be able to control matter, such as air molecules, or even reconstruct a hole in his wall.
- Enhanced Strength: The armor bestows upon him a significant increase in strength.
- Technopathy: He is able to control he computer systems of his time with just his cerebral interface.
- Enhanced Durability:
- Anti-Gravity Device:
- Video Communicator:
- Time Travel:
- Concussive Bolts Weaponry:
- Summon Weaponry:
- Electrical Shock:
- Survival Kit:
- Body Transference:
- Authoritative Powers:
- Light of the Centuries Sphere:
- Time Scanner:
Equipments and Weapons
. Futuristic Weaponry: (vibration-ray projector, neutrino-ray warheaded missile launcher hand-gun size, nerve gas sprayer, etc)
. Force-Field Projection:
. Hover Pad:
. Anti-Gravity Device:
. Video Communicator:
. Time Travel:
. Concussive Bolts:
. Summon Weaponry:
. Electrical Shock
. Survival Kit:
. Body Transference:
In the episode "The Conqueror", his future technology ends up the hands of various villains (like Whiplash and A.I.M.). When Iron Man accidentally ends up in Kang's time, Iron Man had a brief struggle with Kang before they end up back in the Avengers' time. Kang finds that A.I.M. has been harvesting his technology and takes control of A.I.M. present before disappearing. Kang later returned with his ship Damocles as the Avengers worked to prevent Damocles from firing a mega cannon that would annihilate Manhattan. Although the Avengers disable the cannon, Kang takes Damocles back to the 30th Century alongside most of the Avengers. In the episode "Into the Future", the Avengers meet an elderly Thor, a future Black Widow, and several rebels who help fight Kang and his Kangbots. When Kang plans to use his device to travel to other worlds, Captain America grabs onto him as they both end up in World War II and then the Jurassic Period where their fight is interrupted by an Allosaurus. Afterwards, Captain America takes the time-travel device, leaving Kang stranded in the Jurassic Period. While angered that he was thwarted by the Avengers, Kang states that this setback will give him time to prepare. In the two-part episode "Avengers No More," Kang appears as a member of the second incarnation of the Cabal which also consists of Leader, Arnim Zola, Enchantress, and Executioner where they assist Leader in his plot to build the Static Expander with the stolen Arc Reactor prototype and Vibranium from the Wakandan Consulate in order to scatter the Avengers across time and space.
Season 3: Ultron Revolution
. "The Conqueror" (First Appearance)
. "Into the Future"
. "The House of Zemo" (No Line)
Season 4: Secret Wars
. "New Year's Resolution" (Last Appearance)