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When Cain Marko entered into the secret temple of Cyttorak, he had no idea he would emerge as an unstoppable force of evil. After obtaining the ruby of Cyttorak, Marko transformed into The Juggernaut, and soon became a villainous arch-foe of the X-men. He is empowered with magical energies and transformed into an immortal avatar. As the Juggernaut, Marko possesses superhuman strength, being capable of shattering mountains, lifting and using buildings as weapons, and extreme durability, which is also amplified by a mystical force field that grants invulnerability (at its maximum). When the force field has been temporarily absorbed by Thor's Hammer, the Juggernaut's natural durability proved to be great enough to withstand blows from Thor. The Juggernaut is described as physically unstoppable once in motion, does not tire from physical activity and is able to survive without food, water, or oxygen.
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X-Men: Children of the Atom

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Marvel Super Heroes, X-Men Vs. Street Fighter, Marvel Vs. Capcom (assist character), Marvel Vs. Capcom 2

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Page Updated:  May 16th, 2024

Juggernaut was always one of my personal favorite Marvel villains. When I first saw Juggernaut appear in X-men: Children of the Atom in 1994, I was blown away by his sheer size and awesomely fluid animation. They even used his original voice actor from the X-men TV Series which was a huge fan service! 

Unfortunately, Juggernaut's fighting style didn't evolve very much through the four fighting games he appeared in. In fact, he actually lost a few animations over the years, which was pretty disappointing. They also should've given him more than one super move in MVC2, but hey... he's still Juggernaut and he's still fun to use. I really wished Capcom would've put him in MVC3. You know he would've looked totally badass in MVC3's graphics engine, and he would finally get the epic Level 3 super move that he deserves. On a side note: Juggy smashed through to the mainstream audience in X-Men: The Last Stand and had a few cool moments in that movie... but dammit, he's NOT a mutant. Stupid stupid Hollywood.

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