10 Jennifer Walter

She-Hulk can be defeated by a number of MCU characters, but that isn't the point of her story.

9 Monica Rambeau

The Marvels, where Monica will demonstrate her new abilities, will be when Monica's arc fully comes into its own. However, WandaVision established her main character by showing that she feels compelled to help everyone as a result of being unable to be with her mother when she passed away from cancer.

8 Kate Bishop

Essentially, Kate's storyline in Hawkeye was to help her see the injustices in the world that were taking place right in front of her.

7 Yelena Belova

Yelena has spent her time in the series learning to let go, even when she doesn't want to. Her reconciliation with Natasha and her family was portrayed in Black Widow, which allowed her to let go of her resentment toward them.

6 Sylvie Laufeydottir

Sylvie has struggled to accept her circumstances and has been a perpetual work in progress. She now has a complicated personality that is motivated by wrath but channels it through cunning and devious means.

5 Maya Lopez

Through her arc in Hawkeye, Maya Lopez demonstrated why she was a female MCU character deserving of her own series. It mostly dealt with accepting her father's death and the fact that she was merely a part in the broader game of Kingpin and the underworld.

4 Xu Xialing

Xialing has undergone one of the most amazing character transformations in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), going from almost being under her father's house arrest to now running his criminal empire.

3 Jane Foster

Regrettably, Jane died just as she was making her long-awaited comeback to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. However, the character was given a thorough plot that satisfied all the necessary criteria.

2 Natasha Romanoff

Natasha may not be the most powerful female character in the MCU, but she certainly is the most recognisable.

1 Scarlet Witch 

As the most multi-layered and complicated female MCU character in Phase Four, Scarlet Witch is without a doubt the greatest.