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Marvel Marriages

Dearly beloved, we gather here today to celebrate the most monumental Marvel weddings!

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The Thing & Alicia Masters

in Fantastic Four (2018) #5

No bait. No switch. Not a dream. Not a hoax. And we swear, not a single Skrull around. Ben Grimm and Alicia say “I do!” in a wedding that was years in the making.

Hulkling & Wiccan

in Empyre (2020) #4

Young Avengers and longtime loves Teddy Altman and Billy Kaplan take the plunge amidst the chaos of interdimensional war! And one of them is the King of Space!

Invisible Woman & Mister Fantastic

in Fantastic Four Annual (1963) #3

Marvel’s first couple gets hitched! After surviving cosmic radiation and tight Baxter Building quarters, Reed and Sue commit to a lifetime of interdimensional adventuring by each other’s sides. Everyone’s invited (except Doctor Doom).

Storm & Black Panther

in Black Panther (2005) #18

A teenage romance (see: Storm’s 2006 series), blossoms into a union between two major power players. And what’s a traditional Wakandan wedding without a trippy spirit journey to meet Panther God, Bast?

Wasp & Yellowjacket (er…Ant-Man)

in Avengers (1963) #60

Janet Van Dyne embraces the tradition of “something old, something new”…with her groom! Following “accident-induced schizophrenia”, Hank Pym adopts his manic Yellowjacket persona – who is apparently more of the marrying kind than Ant-Man!

Jean Grey & Cyclops

in X-Men (1991) #30

Original X-Men and each other’s first loves, Jean and Scott Summers tie the knot in this much-amped issue. Fun fact: Jean’s dress was based off a sketch by fashion designer Nicole Miller!

Mary Jane Watson & Spider-Man

in Amazing Spider-Man Annual (1964) #21

Peter Parker finally hits the jackpot! Assembled before their friends and family, the Friendly Neighborhood wall-crawler and the actress/model make it official. ‘Bout time too – MJ turned down Peter’s proposals twice, first in Amazing Spider-Man #183 and again in #291!

Medusa & Black Bolt

in Fantastic Four Annual (1963) #18

Imperial Inhuman couple Medusa & Black Bolt rightfully become each other’s king and queen. Shout out to some of the weirdest wedding wear in this truly alien affair.

Northstar & Kyle

in Astonishing X-Men (2004) #51

In a gorgeous New York City ceremony, former Alpha Flight member Northstar marries his partner Kyle Jinadu!

Crystal & Quicksilver

in Fantastic Four (1961) #150

Inhuman princess Crystal marries the Avenger’s resident speedster with all the pomp of a royal wedding. But Ultron nearly claims this day – grabbing the bridal bouquet, then the bride!

Jessica Jones & Luke Cage

in New Avengers Annual (2006) #1

These two hard cases met in the pages of Alias. After a love affair and the birth of their daughter Danielle, Jessica and Luke take the plunge. And a who’s who of Avengers are present!

Shiklah & Deadpool

in Deadpool (2012) #27

The day he never dreamed would come has finally arrived! The mouthy merc marries his Queen of the Undead in this definitely-not-sacrilegious special. The X-Men’s Nightcrawler officiates!

Rogue & Gambit

in X-Men: Gold (2017) #30

After years, (or a near 2 decades) of on-off love, the mutant lovebirds take on holy matrimony! And surprise! They hijack the failed wedding ceremony of Kitty Pryde and Colossus! Re-gifting, anyone?

Scarlet Witch & Vision, Mantis & “Swordsman”

in Giant-Size Avengers (1974) #4

Scarlet Witch and Mantis say “yes” to the “men” in their lives – Scarlet Witch exchanges vows with her synthezoid Vision, while Mantis seals the deal with a telepathic plant-like lifeform in the guise of her ex-boyfriend, Swordsman.

Betty Ross & Bruce Banner

in Incredible Hulk (1962) #319

After a failed attempt in Incredible Hulk (1962) #124 (thanks, Leader), Betty and Bruce finally put a ring on it without the Hulk’s interference!

Marlo Chandler & Rick Jones

in Incredible Hulk (1962) #418

Following a revealing bachelor party in #417, Hulk sidekick Rick Jones nearly didn’t make it down the aisle! But Rick and Marlo went on to have a productive, if not unpredictable marriage, even co-hosting the talk show Keeping up with the Joneses.

Mockingbird & Hawkeye

in Hawkeye (1983) #4

Saving their nearest and dearest a gift registry, the two Avengers elope in the Poconos following a whirlwind courtship, (that mainly consisted of them on a deadly mission against Crossfire).