100 Fun Marvel Trivia Questions and Answers [Ranked]

Heather Harper

Hosting a Marvel trivia event involves focusing on many aspects - from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the heroes, and the plots, all the way to the actual comic books and quotes.

Whether you’re on the lookout for the next team-building activity, a virtual team building activity, or you simply want to host an entertaining event for your employees, the following 100 fun Marvel trivia questions and answers will help you achieve all of it.

With that said, hosting a Marvel trivia event involves focusing on many aspects - from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the heroes, and the plots, all the way to the actual comic books and quotes.

Lucky for you - we covered all of it, bit by bit. And now we invite you to go through it with us.

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Chapters

1) Marvel Trivia Questions and Answers Only Comic Fans Will Know

2) Marvel Cinematic Universe Trivia Questions and Answers

3) Easy Marvel Trivia Questions and Answers

4) Guess the Marvel Superhero Trivia Questions and Answers

5) Wolverine Trivia Questions and Answers

6) Hulk Trivia Questions and Answers

7) Captain America Trivia Questions and Answers

8) Black Widow Trivia Questions and Answers

9) General Marvel Trivia Questions and Answers

10) Marvel Quotes Questions and Answers

Frequently Asked Questions

Final Thoughts

Marvel Trivia Questions and Answers Only Comic Fans Will Know

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“I still believe in heroes.”

Marvel comic fans enjoy talking about the Marvel franchise, own Marvel merch, keep up with Marvel news, have a favorite hero, and are probably capable of noticing all the differences between the Marvel films and the comics.

And if you tell such die-hard fans that they can get the opportunity to play a Marvel trivia game in the office (or virtually, depending on how you organize it), they’ll probably think you’re the best employer they’ve ever had.

And, of course, the best employers always pick the best Marvel comics trivia questions.

  1. What’s the name of Wolverine’s mutant son in the comics? Answer: Daken.

  2. In the comics, who’s the first avenger to quit the team? Answer: The Hulk.

  3. After the cancellation of his first series, which comic did the Hulk make regular appearances in? Answer: Tales to Astonish.

  4. Captain America made his first appearance in what comic book? Answer: In Captain America Comics #1 (March 1941).

  5. Who did The Winter Soldier take shelter with during “Infinity War”? Answer: Black Panther.

  6. How many Infinity Stones are there? Answer: There are six Infinity Stones: The Space Stone (blue), the Reality Stone (red), the Power Stone (purple), the Mind Stone (yellow), the Time Stone (green) and the Soul Stone (orange).

  7. What species is Groot? Answer: Flora Colossus.

  8. In the comics, what’s the name of Thor's alter ego? Answer: Donald Blake.

  9. What’s the name of the comic book magazine that printed the first story starring Doctor Strange? Answer: Strange Tales.

  10. In what Marvel comics title did the Silver Surfer first appear? Answer: Fantastic Four.

Marvel Cinematic Universe Trivia Questions and Answers

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“Marvel Studios has an entire sandbox to play in, but, for necessary reasons, has largely chosen to remain in a small corner in order to ground audiences in these concepts. Now that the basis has been laid, the opportunity for exploration in both film and television lies ahead, with Captain Marvel leading the way. Wherever Marvel Studios plans to take the MCU in the future, it’s refreshing to know that its past is expansive and filled with infinite possibilities.”

The Marvel Cinematic Universe, simply referred to as MCU, is an American media franchise and a shared universe focused on the superhero movies produced by Marvel Studios. Apart from the Marvel films, the franchise includes shorter films, digital series, television series, as well as literature.

If most of the employees who will attend the trivia are familiar with the MCU and its array of characters, movies, series, and other aspects, check out the following questions.

  1. What was the first Marvel movie to earn $1 billion? Answer: The Avengers.

  2. In how many MCU movies does Phil Coulson make his appearance? Answer: In five: Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Captain Marvel, Thor, and Avengers.

  3. Which Marvel film did Michael Bay call his favorite? Answer: Iron Man (2008).

  4. Apart from Guardians of the Galaxy, which other Marvel movie was announced at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con? Answer: Ant-man.

  5. In Thor: Ragnarok, which character says the first line? **Answer*8: Thor.

  6. During an interview, what did Tom Hiddleston say was the codename for the movie The Avengers? Answer: “Group Hug”.

  7. In the first Avengers movie, how many avengers do we actually see? Answer: 6 avengers.

  8. Which two actors played Spider-Man before Tom Holland? Answer: Toby Maguire and Andrew Garfield.

  9. Who are the actors who have Chris as their first name in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Answer: Steve Rogers played by Chris Evans, Star Lord by Chris Patt, and Thor played by Chris Hemsworth.

  10. Which Marvel movie has the shortest running time? Answer: The Incredible Hulk.

Easy Marvel Trivia Questions and Answers

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“I Am Groot.”

-Groot, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.1

Not every Marvel question has to be challenging. Easy questions can be just as fun (plus, they help workers score more points during the trivia game!).

So, here are our suggestions for easy Marvel trivia questions:

  1. What’s the name of Captain America’s cat? Answer: Goose.

  2. How are Tony Stark's parents called? Answer: Howard and Maria Stark.

  3. Who designed the Quinjet? Answer: Black Panther.

  4. Which eye does Thor lose? Answer: The right one.

  5. What’s Ant Man's real name? Answer: Scott Lang.

  6. What song does baby Groot dance to at the end of the movie Guardians of the Galaxy? Answer: Jackson 5 - “I Want You Back”.

  7. In Wakanda, what are the female warriors referred to as? Answer: Dora Milaje.

  8. In Avengers Infinity War, Bruce Banner loses which power? Answer: He can’t turn into Hulk.

  9. What was Scott Lang's job before becoming the superhero Ant Man? Answer: He was a petty criminal.

  10. Who was Doctor Strange’s mentor? Answer: The Ancient One.

Guess the Marvel Superhero Trivia Questions and Answers

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“But in times of crisis, the wise build bridges, while the foolish build barriers. We must find a way to look after one another as if we were one single tribe.”

Your employees may share the same passion for the Marvel world, but each one of them has their own favorite superhero. For some it may be Wolverine, for others She-Hulk. Some may be fascinated by the Black Panther, others by Captain Marvel.

Regardless of what superhero they might prefer, the following Marvel trivia questions will test their superhero knowledge.

  1. In Avengers Endgame, who kills Thanos in the first half of the movie? Answer: Thor.

  2. Who quoted the famous line of Avengers, "Whatever it takes"? Answer: Captain America.

  3. Who founded S.W.O.R.D.? Answer: Maria Rambeau.

  4. Who can lift Thor’s hammer? Answer: Captain America.

  5. Who rescued Tony Stark and Nebula from space? Answer: Captain Marvel.

  6. What’s the real name of the Black Panther? Answer: T’Challa.

  7. Which hero made the first appearance in the comics? Answer: The Human Torch.

  8. What’s Captain Marvel’s real name? Answer: Carol Danvers.

  9. Norrin Radd is the real name of which “shiny” intergalactic Marvel superhero? Answer: Norrin Radd is otherwise known as Silver Surfer.

  10. Who was the first female superhero to appear in the title of an MCU film? Answer: The Wasp.

Wolverine Trivia Questions and Answers

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"Yeah we're outnumbered, I'm not gonna lie. But we lost Scott, we lost the professor, we don't fight now everything they stood for will die with them. I'm not gonna let that happen, are you? Then we stand together, X-Men, all of us."

A human mutant. Known for his dexterity, speed, strength, and superhuman senses. Featured in his solo Wolverine comic book series.

Of course, there’s so much more to Wolverine, but if we go into too many details, we’ll need to write a separate article about him.

But it’s not about what we know about Wolverine anyway - it’s about how much your employees know about this steel superhero.

Find out by engaging them in the questions below.

  1. Wolverine first appeared in which comic book? Answer: The Incredible Hulk #180.

  2. What is Wolverine's original name? Answer: James Howlett.

  3. What organization did Wolverine's clone work for? Answer: The Facility.

  4. Which Canadian province Is Wolverine from? Answer: Wolverine is from Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada.

  5. What’s the metal in Wolverine’s body called? Answer: Adamantium.

  6. How Tall Is Wolverine in the comics? Answer: Wolverine is just 5 foot 3 in the comics (Hugh Jackman is actually 6 foot 3).

  7. Which Marvel movies does Wolverine appear in? Answer: Here are all of the movies that Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) appears in: X-Men (2001), X2, (2004) , X-Men: The Last Stand (2006), X-Men Origins: Wolverine, (2010), X-Men: First Class, (2011), The Wolverine, (2013), X-Men: Days of Future Past, (2014), X-Men: Apocalypse, (2016), and Logan, (2017).

  8. What are Wolverine's powers? Answer: His powers are regeneration, heightened senses, superhuman speed, reflexes, durability, and strength.

  9. What are Wolverine’s notable aliases? Answer: Logan, Jeremiah Logan, Patch, Weapon X, Death, Mutate #9601, Emilio Garra, Weapon Chi, Experiment X, Agent 10, Peter Richards, Mai' keth, Black Dragon, Captain Canada, Captain Terror, John Logan, and Jim Logan.

  10. Who is Wolverine’s biggest enemy? Answer: Sabretooth.

The Hulk Trivia Questions and Answers

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“Even now, I can feel it. Buried somewhere deep inside. Watching me. Waiting. But you know what scares me the most? When I can’t fight it anymore when it takes over when I totally lose control…” “I like it.”

The Hulk is one of those Marvel characters who’s familiar even to those who aren’t quite fond of Marvel comics. After all, is here anyone who doesn’t know that the color green is associated with the Hulk?

With that said, our Hulk trivia questions are much more challenging than that. And how ready your workers are to face them will largely depend on their overall Hulk knowledge.

  1. What was the Hulk's original skin color? Answer: Gray.

  2. What kind of ray gives the Hulk his power? Answer: Gamma ray.

  3. What causes Banner's transformation into the Hulk? Answer: Stress.

  4. What was the reason for Bruce Banner's transformation into the Hulk in the first place? Answer: High dose of gamma rays reaction.

  5. How is the Hulk related to She-Hulk? Answer: She’s his cousin.

  6. Apart from his strength, what little known superpower does the Hulk possess? Answer: Hulk can see ghosts.

  7. In which Marvel movie did the Hulk make his debut?
    Answer: The Incredible Hulk.

  8. What’s the profession of the human form of the Hulk? Answer: Physicist Professor Consultant for S.H.I.E.L.D.

  9. Is it true that the Hulk is immune to all kinds of diseases and viruses? Answer: Yes, it’s true.

  10. Can you name all the actors who played the Hulk in the Marvel movies? Answer: Bill Bixby, Ed Norton, Lou Ferigno, Eric Bana, and Mark Ruffalo. Micheal Bell and Bob Holt voiced him in the animated series.

Captain America Trivia Questions and Answers

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“I’m not looking for forgiveness, and I’m way past asking permission. Earth just lost her best defender, so we’re here to fight. And if you want to stand in our way, we’ll fight you too.”

Perceived as one of the biggest Marvel superheroes of all time, Captain America has devoted himself to protecting the weak and the defenseless ones. He seeks justice and freedom, and shows bravery and righteousness.

Of course, he has his own set of shortcomings, but who doesn’t?

If your employees are Marvel fans, it’s very likely they’re a fan of Captain America, too. But being a fan doesn’t necessarily mean they know everything about this superhero. And it’s up to you to find out what they do (or do not) know using the questions below.

  1. What was the original shape of Captain America's shield? Answer: Badge-shaped.

  2. What symbol is on Captain America's shield? Answer: A star.

  3. How tall is Captain America and how much does he weigh? Answer: Captain America is 6 foot 2 inches tall and weighs 220 pounds.

  4. Which actor plays the role of Captain America in the MCU movies? Answer: Chris Evans.

  5. What year was Captain America unfrozen? Answer: 2011.

  6. What was the name of the U.N. document that created the rift between Captain America and Iron Man? Answer: Sokovia Accords.

  7. Whose funeral did Captain America attend? Answer: Peggy Carter's Funeral.

  8. How does Captain America get his powers? Answer: After being infused with the Super-Soldier serum.

  9. Who creates this Super Soldier serum that turns Steve Rogers into Captain America? Answer: Dr. Abraham Erskine.

  10. What organization does Captain America battle in the movie "Captain America: The First Avenger"? Answer: Hydra.

Black Widow Trivia Questions and Answers

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“All that time that I spent posing, I was actually trying to do something good. To make up for all the pain and suffering that we caused. Trying to be more than just a trained killer.”

Does the fact that she appears as a Russian spy make Black Widow less of a hero? Or perhaps because she’s an antagonist she can’t have any superhero qualities attributed to her?

Find out what your employees think about Black Widow during the Marvel trivia challenge by introducing some of our Black Widow questions and monitoring their reactions.

  1. Which live-action film did Black widow first appear in? Answer: Iron Man 2.

  2. Who created Black Widow? Answer: Stan Lee, Don Rico, and Don Heck.

  3. Who portrays Black Widow in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Answer: Scarlett Johansson.

  4. In the movies, what’s the first infinity stone Black Widow comes in contact with? Answer: The Space Stone.

  5. Which of the Infinity Stones did Thanos use to defeat Black Widow prior to obtaining the Mind Stone from Vision? Answer: The Reality Stone.

  6. Black Widow sacrifices herself to obtain which Infinity Stone in Avengers: Endgame? Answer: The Soul Stone.

  7. What are all the movies the Black Widow appears in, in chronological order? Answer: Iron Man 2 (May 7, 2010) , Marvel’s The Avengers (May 4, 2012), Captain America: The Winter Soldier (April 4, 2014), Avengers: Age of Ultron (July 17, 2015), Captain America: Civil War (May 6, 2016), Avengers: Infinity War (April 27, 2018), Avengers: Endgame (April 26, 2019), and Black Widow (July 9, 2021).

  8. What organization is Natasha Romanoff (Black Widow) part of before it’s disbanded? Answer: S.H.I.E.L.D.

  9. Who sends Black Widow to recruit Hulk in The Avengers? Answer: Nick Fury.

  10. What’s her alias when Tony Stark hires her as his personal assistant in Iron Man 2? Answer: Natalie Rushman.

General Marvel Trivia Questions and Answers

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“If you’re nothing without this suit, then you shouldn’t have it.”

-Tony Stark, Spider-Man: Homecoming

As much as we appreciate the Marvel trivia questions about specific characters, we enjoy general trivia, too. Plus, it’s only fair to include a bit broader questions as part of your trivia event.

So, in this part, we share questions that deal with specific events, names, abbreviations, organizations, and random details from the Marvel world.

  1. The final battle between Mysterio and Spiderman takes place on which bridge? Answer: Tower Bridge.

  2. What’s the name of the amulet Dr. Strange wears around his neck? Answer: The Eye of Agamotto.

  3. Who was the voice of Ultron? Answer: James Spader.

  4. What does S.H.I.E.L.D. stand for? Answer: It stands for Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division.

  5. What’s the meaning of J.A.R.V.I.S? Answer: J.A.R.V.I.S, Iron Man’s tech assistant, stands for Just A Rather Very Intelligent System.

  6. Captain Marvel lived with which alien race from 1989 to 1995? Answer: The Kree.

  7. What’s the name of the team of 6 villains who unite against Spider-Man? Answer: Sinister Six: Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus, Sandman, Electro, Vulture, and Mysterio.

  8. What newspaper does Peter Parker work for? Answer: Daily Bugle.

  9. What’s Professor X's school called? Answer: Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters.

  10. What’s Deadpool's real name? Answer: Wade Wilson.

Marvel Comic Books Quotes Questions and Answers

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“[...] I’m made of rocks, as you can see. But don’t let that intimidate you. You don’t need to be afraid unless you’re made of scissors. Just a little rock-paper-scissor joke for you.”

-Korg, Thor: Ragnarok

You can’t host a Marvel trivia event without asking your workers to recall some of their favorite Marvel quotes. And it’s not just about having your employees guess the Marvel comic the quote comes from - they need to guess who says it, too.

  1. What Marvel comic are the following lines taken from and who says them? We run around, calling ourselves Avengers… yet, when this man comes before us with something to avenge — a wrong that shrieks to heaven for vengeance — we turn a deaf ear — because his cause isn’t world-shattering enough for us! We forget that the world can end with a whimper — as well as with a bang! Answer: Captain America (Captain America).

  2. What Marvel comic are the following lines taken from and who says them? I am not a god. I have never created life… but I have lived. That is enough. So I will fight to preserve that same opportunity — to love, to dream, to soar among the stars — for all those yet to come. Many lives will be lost in the battle ahead — but their efforts will ensure that some remain to remember their deeds. And, like the gods, they will truly live forever… even after they are gone.” Answer: Norrin Radd / Silver Surfer (X-Men).

  3. What Marvel comic are the following lines taken from and who says them? This nation was founded on one principle above all else: The requirement that we stand up for what we believe, no matter the odds or the consequences. When the mob and the press and the whole world tell you to move, your job is to plant yourself like a tree beside the river of truth, and tell the whole world – ‘No, YOU move.’ Answer: Captain America (Captain America).

  4. What Marvel comic are the following lines taken from and who says them? There’s a word we use. Everyone who’s ever served as an Avenger, we’ve spoken that word. Hell, it’s a competition to say it. To shout it. Because it is that sacred to what we are and what we do. And that word is assemble. When we come together, we’re stronger than when we stand apart. That’s what it’s always been about. We come together to fight what can’t be fought alone. To defeat those things in the world that would drag us down. That would make us lesser. Those things no single hero can withstand. And by we? I mean all of us. When we make the effort to help those who need us– to help each other, to be there for each other — we are all Avengers. You are Avengers. Answer: Luke Cage (Defenders).

  5. What Marvel comic are the following lines taken from and who says them? Such bluster. How very typical. Ever the sheltered son. So many fractured delusions. You know nothing of war. For all these countless millennia — when it comes to the two of us — you seem to have avoided the simplest of conclusions. Instead, you feel the incessant need to avenge every wrong you perceive from your position of languid morality…as if it were some sort of game. Quite sad. Answer: Loki (Thor).

  6. What Marvel comic are the following lines taken from and who says them? Dreams save us. Dreams lift us up and transform us. And on my soul, I swear... until my dream of a world where dignity, honor, and justice becomes the reality we all share... I'll never stop fighting. Ever. Answer: Superman / Action Comics #775.

  7. What Marvel comic are the following lines taken from and who says them? I was hollowed out inside… empty… just like my other. We were both sick… because we were incomplete… but not anymore. We healed each other… made each other whole. Neither one of us can survive without the other. Forget host. Forget symbiote. There is only Carnage. Answer: Cletus Kasaday / Carnage (Spider-Man).

  8. What Marvel comic are the following lines taken from and who says them? Though thou be truly pure of heart – in thine innocence, thou art fair misguided! The true guru thou seekest doth lie within thyselves! Heed you now these words: ‘Tis not by dropping out – but by plunging in – into the maelstrom of life itself – that thou shalt find thy wisdom! There be causes to espouse!! There be battles to be won! There be glory and grandeur all about thee – if thou wilt but see! Aye, there will be time enow for thee to disavow thy heritage – yea, thou mayest drop out fore’er – once Hela herself hath come for thee! But, so long as life endures – thou must live it to the full! Else, thou be unworthy of the title – Man! Answer: Thor (Thor).

  9. What Marvel comic are the following lines taken from and who says them? True happiness is found along a middle road. There lies the balance and the harmony— with reason and emotion, not at war but hand in hand. Answer: Aquaman (Aquaman Special #1).

  10. What Marvel comic are the following lines taken from and who says them? [...] For the first time in a very long time… I feel it. Hope. They fall into me. Black rain. Burrowing and growing. The codices… writhing and connecting with my own. The voices of their former hosts screaming into my mind. Captain America’s voice barking orders and war strategies. Wolverine’s rage igniting my blood into ancient fire. I see through Hawkeye’s diamond-scalpel eyes. The Thing’s ungodly strength turning my muscles to stone. They all melt together inside of me. Many voices becoming one. The power… not like anything I have ever felt before… something… new. Something better. We are the fury of this red-drenched city. Clothed in the armor of an avenging legion. This ends with us. All of us. Because we’re stronger when we’re together. And together… we. Are. Venom. Answer: Eddie Brock / Venom (Spider-Man).

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I use these Marvel trivia questions with my employees?

In general, such questions are great for team-building purposes, ice-breaker sessions, brief office breaks, and any other type of informal corporate gathering. After all, you wouldn’t discuss Marvel trivia questions before a very important client meeting, brainstorming session, or product launch.

Moreover, you don’t need to make the Marvel trivia questions the central part of the event. For example, you might introduce them as a warming-up activity before playing a Marvel-themed escape room game with your workers.

All in all, these trivia questions can be used in many ways, but regardless of which way you opt for, your employees will have fun answering them.

How do I host a Marvel trivia night?

Hosting a Marvel trivia night can be a piece of cake - you just need to follow the right steps. Below, we share most of them (we say most, as you always have the freedom to improvise and modify the way you host your trivia nights).

Here are our suggestions:

1) Prepare the Marvel trivia questions well in advance.

Don’t leave them as the last thing you need to do. Going carefully through the questions and selecting them is very important - the trivia questions are what the whole night is about! Pick questions of varying difficulty. Also, make sure they’re all versatile and choose at least a few questions from each category.

2) Create rules and state them before the trivia game starts.

These rules can be anything from how long the game will last, how many rounds you’ll play, to what attendees are (not) allowed to do during the game. You can discuss the rules with your employees before the event and see how they feel about them.

3) Make balanced teams.

Since trivia is an activity that requires group work, focus on creating balanced teams. Decide whether you’ll allow your workers to form groups based on their own preferences, or you’ll be the one to divide them into groups. You might also pick an online tool to do it for you. That way, it goes without saying you’ll achieve much bigger transparency.

4) Bring all the necessary materials.

And make sure you have enough of them. These include the questions being printed out on separate papers, having enough answer sheets, pens and pencils, and other such supplies you might need for the trivia event.

With that said, this isn’t going to be necessary if you end up hosting a virtual Marvel trivia night.

5) Have backup.

This includes having extra questions, extra materials, someone who can host the trivia night if you can’t (perhaps someone from the HR team?), and so on. Regardless of how much you plan and organize certain events, things happen, so it’s good to have something (and someone) to fall back on.

6) Keep score.

Once the event starts, make sure to keep the right score. There’s nothing more frustrating than recording a wrong point for a team. You should try to be as impartial as possible during the event, and not make things look like you prefer one team over another one.

Finally, don’t forget to have fun and enjoy yourself. The same applies to your employees, too!

Should I organize a trivia if some employees aren’t fond of the Marvel franchise?

Even if most of your employees are Marvel fans, there will be those who aren’t that familiar with this franchise. So, as an employer, how can you make sure everyone’s happy with the “trivia choices” in your office?

We have several tips for you we believe you’ll find helpful.

First of all, don’t be judgmental or allow other workers to be judgemental toward their colleagues who dislike or aren’t familiar with Marvel. After all, each person has their own preferences in life, and the same applies to such matters.

Next, don’t force your employees to familiarize themselves with Marvel just for the sake of the trivia. Of course, you could discuss Marvel matters with them if they show some interest or if they ask specific questions, just don’t reveal any spoilers.

Finally, don’t just assume that because some of your workers dislike the Marvel world, they won’t want to take part in a Marvel trivia event. It’s best to ask them if they’d like to be part of a group that’s quite knowledgeable when it comes to Marvel matters, or if they won’t enjoy a Marvel-themed trivia at all. If it’s the latter, come up with another theme so everyone in the team enjoys the event.

After all, isn’t that what such trivia events are all about? Employee bonding? Team work? Securing higher employee engagement levels?

Final Thoughts

So, there you have it - 100 fun Marvel trivia questions and answers for your next entertaining office event. We gave you the questions and the answers, but now it’s up to you to plan, organize, and execute the trivia event.

And if going through our Marvel trivia article wasn’t enough, and you still want to expand your trivia options, check out our 101 Best Christmas Trivia Questions & Answers article, 101 Best Harry Potter Trivia Questions & Answers article, or 101 Best Disney Trivia Questions & Answers article to learn more.

Heather Harper

Heather Harper

Heather Harper has a Masters in Occupational Psychological from the University of Manchester. She currently works as an editorial writer specialising in organizational psychology - helping teams work better together.

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