14. SQUIRREL GIRL
In her very first appearance, Squirrel Girl famously defeated Doctor Doom with the help of a bunch of squirrels. Writer Dan Slott decided to double down on that idea, having Squirrel Girl defeat powerful villains with seeming ease while she was featured as a member of the Great Lakes Avengers. After leaving that august assemblage, she became the nanny for Luke Cage and Jessica Jones’ daughter, Danielle.
In New Avengers #15 (by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato), Squirrel Girl sparred with Wolverine (the two apparently have some sort of hidden backstory together) and easily defeated the older hero. When he then cheap-shotted her when she had her back turned, she ended up surrounded Wolverine with an army of squirrels, getting him to back down.
13. MISTER SPOCK
While Star Trek comics have mostly been produced by Gold Key, DC Comics and IDW Publishing, there was a brief period in the late 1970s when Marvel had the license and then, following a long stretch by DC Comics, Marvel got the license back in 1996. They only held the license for a short period, but during that time, they managed to put out one of the most awesomely bizarre comic book crossovers of all-time, Star Trek/X-Men by Scott Lobdell, Marc Silvestri and a bunch of other artists in Silvestri’s studio.
The X-Men and their alien friends, the Shi’ar, accidentally ended up in the Star Trek universe and the X-Men surreptitiously boarded the Starship Enterprise. That’s when Mister Spock, the half-Vulcan Science Officer of the Enterprise, discovered them. Wolverine went to take him out and Spock handled him with great ease, knocking him out with a Vulcan Nerve Pinch.