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The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been a constant and ever-present force in pop culture and entertainment all over the world. From Iron Man to Captain America, and even Ant Man and the Hulk, the MCU has been able to keep its viewers captivated and entertained for the past 10 years. There has been a particular focus on the franchise’s actors, and the many superheroes that have been portrayed by them.
There’s an endless amount of characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, too much to list in full. However, there are some that are particularly powerful, no matter how you categorize them.
A vast variety of characters have featured in Marvel Comics tales over the company’s long and colorful history. Some of them were villains, while others were heroes. Some were feeble, while others were very strong. Some were adored, while others were despised, and the list goes on.
We’ve compiled a list of the 15 most powerful Marvel characters of all time, whether they’re heroes or villains, in this post. The idea is that they are powerful, and we want to rank them in order to decide which one is the most powerful.
Marvel’s 15 Most Powerful Characters
Deadpool is number fifteen (Killology)
Wade Wilson is a pseudonym for Wade Wilson. The New Mutants #98 marks the first appearance of the character (1991) Fabian Nicieza and Rob Liefeld created the series. Antihero is a fictional character that exists in the world of antiheroes.
Deadpool is the alter ego of Wade Winston Wilson, a fictional character that appears in Marvel Comics’ comic books. Fabian Nicieza and Rob Liefeld developed him, and he first appeared in The New Mutants #98. (1991). He has become one of the most popular comic book characters today as a result of his eccentric personality and the strangeness of his tales.
When Deadpool originally appeared in The New Mutants and subsequently in issues of X-Force, he was portrayed as a supervillain, but he eventually developed into his more recognized antiheroic image.
Deadpool is a deformed mercenary with superhuman abilities such as rapid healing and physical strength. Because of his continuous talking and joking, including breaching the fourth wall for comedic effect and recurring jokes, the character is known as the “Merc with a Mouth.”
Surprisingly, he was based on DC Comics’ supervillain Deathstroke, who influenced the Deadpool character in every way, including his name (true and alias), background, and outfit. The major contrast between Deathstroke and Deadpool is that Deathstroke is a serious supervillain and mercenary, while Deadpool is more humorous. His exploits involve a number of amusing stories, including one in which he kills out the whole Marvel Universe, including himself.
Okay, we’re going to start with a rather funny pick, but we couldn’t help ourselves – Deadpool is amazing. Specifically, the Deadpool from the (in)famous Deadpool Killology was able to murder everyone in and outside of the Marvel World, implying that this deranged version of the already troubled Wade Wilson is stronger than everyone in Marvel’s universe.
Thankfully, the Killology isn’t official, but this version of the character deserves to be on our list, even if it’s at the bottom.
Bruce Banner’s Alias Debut: The Incredible Hulk #1 (1962) Stan Lee and Jack Kirby created the characters. Heroism is a term used to describe a group of people that work together to achieve
The Hulk is a fictional superhero that appears in Marvel Comics tales. The Hulk is Bruce Banner’s alter ego, and he is a normal person with no superhuman powers. The Incredible Hulk was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby and first appeared in The Incredible Hulk #1 (1962), and is now considered one of Marvel’s most powerful heroes.
Dr. Robert Bruce Banner is a brilliant scientist who is also physically frail, socially reclusive, and emotionally guarded. Banner rescues adolescent Rick Jones who has driven into the testing area during the experimental explosion of a gamma bomb; Banner pulls Jones into a ditch to save him but is struck by the blast, receiving enormous quantities of gamma radiation.
He wakes later, apparently unhurt by the event, but changes into a lumbering grey (yep, he was once grey before being recolored) form that night. The monster was dubbed the “hulk” by a chasing soldier.
Originally, it was thought that Banner’s transformations into the Hulk were triggered by sunset and reversed by dawn, but it was subsequently found that they were triggered by rage. In The Incredible Hulk #4, Banner was healed, but he decided to restore Hulk’s capabilities with Banner’s intellect. He went on to become one of the Avengers’ original members.
The Hulk is a gigantic and muscular green-skinned creature with enormous physical power. They live in the same body as distinct dissociated personas who (usually) hate one other. The Hulk’s strength is usually expressed as a function of his degree of rage.
The Hulk has been depicted as a raging savage by many characters based on Banner’s broken psyche, ranging from a mindless, destructive force to a skilled warrior or smart scientist in his own right.
Green Goliath from Marvel has proved his power and invincibility on many occasions. The Hulk isn’t omnipotent, but he’s strong and powerful enough to take on and even beat some of Marvel’s finest and most formidable heroes.
The tales have repeatedly shown that Hulk is difficult to beat and almost impossible to kill, making him worthy of a place on our list, particularly certain incarnations of the character that have featured in different stories.
Grandmaster No. 13
En Dwi Gast’s Alias Debut: The Avengers #69 (1969) Roy Thomas and Sal Buscema are the creators of this work. Villain Affiliation
The Marvel Universe’s Grandmaster is a fictional figure. The character originally debuted in The Avengers #69, created by writer Roy Thomas and illustrator Sal Buscema (1969). He is a member of the organization known as the Elders of the Universe. One of the most powerful Elders in the Universe is the Grandmaster. He is said to be a master of “Primal Power,” a kind of cosmic radiation produced during the Big Bang.
His strength, however, is much less than Galactus’ or the In- Betweener’s. It has been claimed that the Grandmaster can utilize – and in some instances has used – cutting-edge technology to boost his skills and accomplish mental feats that would otherwise be impossible for him. Although the extent of his mental powers is unclear, it is said that he has access to and mastery of technology that is well beyond human understanding.
En Dwi Gast has a highly developed superhuman intelligence, as well as a huge understanding of games and game theory that far beyond anything known on Earth today. He also possesses an encyclopedic grasp and knowledge of hundreds of unusual games performed across the cosmos. He can compute different probabilities in a tenth of a second and recall innumerable rules or game data with very little input.
He also has certain extrasensory mental perception skills, which enable him to notice objects in his surroundings that are invisible to the naked eye. He also retains a psychic link with his home world’s sophisticated computers, which allows him to expand and enhance his mental skills.
Okay, the Grandmaster isn’t the first person we’d think of to protect us in a battle, but he’s a formidable opponent. He is immortal, has superhuman physical abilities, and has the power to resurrect the dead. He is also highly clever and a master strategist.
Even if many of the men on this list – including those who did not make the cut – could kick his ass in a physical battle, the Grandmaster is still strong enough to be included in our list of the most powerful Marvel characters of all time.
Hercules is number twelve.
Journey into Mystery Annual #1: Alias: Heracles Debut (1965) Stan Lee and Jack Kirby created the characters. Heroism is a term used to describe a group of people that work together to achieve
Hercules is a god and a superhero who appears in Marvel Comics tales. The fictitious character was originally introduced in the Journey into Mystery Annual #1 by writer Stan Lee and illustrator Jack Kirby (1965). The figure is based on Heracles, son of Zeus, from Greek mythology, but is better known by his Roman name of Hercules. He has been a member of the Avengers and Defenders superhero teams for a long time, and he has featured in three limited series with the same name.
He made his debut in his own series, The Incredible Hercules, in 2008. Although he was shown in the comics as a mythical person from ancient Greece, his creators made liberties with the exploits that are generally ascribed to him. Hercules is an excellent adventure companion since he is a blundered bon vivant and playboy who may be irascible at times. As a member of the Olympian gods, Hercules is one of the most powerful humanoids to have ever walked the Earth.
He’s been spotted uprooting a redwood tree or launching a spacecraft into space with the power of his arms. His strength is unknown, but if old stories are to be accepted, he was able to take the position of Atlas and carry the heavens on his shoulders.
Only the Incredible Hulk and the god Thor have proven that they can compete with him in terms of sheer power. He’s also a strong fighter, especially when it comes to unarmed fighting. Iron Fist also gave him martial arts training.
This Hercules is neither the Greek hero or the Disney figure of the same name. This Hercules is a highly strong person in Marvel Comics history, a guy renowned for his immense strength, which is only equaled by a handful of other characters.
Hercules is someone you should avoid battling since his mere strength – even without his additional abilities – is enough to utterly destroy you in a matter of seconds.
Galan’s first appearance was in Fantastic Four #48. (1966) Stan Lee and Jack Kirby created the characters. Villain Affiliation
Galactus was a humanoid extraterrestrial explorer from the Taa-an species named Galan. Galan acquired god-like abilities after traveling through a star and transformed into Galactus, a god-like creature that must consume worlds because he feeds on their energy. Galactus’ origins were further revealed when it was revealed that he had existed in a former world prior to the Big Bang that produced the present one; he is still the only surviving creature from that universe.
Galactus has inspired numerous authors who have gone further into his narrative and character because of his nature. Galactus is a god-like creature with a radically different sense of morality than ordinary people, which often leads him to conflict with Earth’s superheroes. He has a vast array of abilities and is regarded as one of the most powerful creatures in the Marvel Universe, particularly when full of energy after devouring many planets.
He is often accompanied by a herald (the most well-known of whom is the Silver Surfer), to whom he has bestowed cosmic abilities. The herald traverses the cosmos in quest of appropriate worlds for Galactus to eat in order to quench his insatiable appetite. Although not impossible, stopping Galactus from eating a planet once he has chosen to do so is very tough, which is why the wisest choice is to leave the world alone and let it be devoured.
This list has to include the planet-devouring monster from Marvel Comics. Galactus is feared across the cosmos for a variety of reasons. Galactus is strong enough to consume a planet — or many planets, for that matter – which says volumes about his might.
Still, his planet-devouring capacity is a weakness in some ways, since he might perish if he didn’t, although that has only occurred a few times in the history of comic books, indicating that Galactus is someone to be feared at all times.
Odin Borson’s alias Debut: Journey into Mystery #86 (1962) Stan Lee and Jack Kirby created the characters. Heroism is a term used to describe a group of people that work together to achieve
Odin is the offspring of an early Asgardian named Bor and an ice monster named Bestla. Vili and Ve were the couple’s other sons. He claims to be the father of humanity because he thought the earth to be too empty, but his father disagreed and produced a slew of diseases to wipe humanity out.
Bor was captured and transformed into the snow by an adult Loki from the future during an assault by the ice giants. Asgard was then led by Odin and his two brothers. They subsequently faced the monster Surtur, and Vili and Ve died, giving Odin their strength before dying, amplifying his abilities and giving birth to Odinforce. After allying with the trolls, the lone ruler of Asgard imprisoned Surtur in the heart of the Earth.
Odin was smitten by Gaea, the Earth goddess, and desired a son with her who would be as strong on Asgard as he was on Earth. In Norway, he constructed a cave to give birth to Thor, the future God of Thunder. He brought Thor to Asgard with him, and his wife Frigga reared him as her own son.
One of the most badass comic book characters ever conceived is Marvel’s rendition of the Norse deity. Odin is not only strong, but he is also brave and has a calm attitude, which is why he is so popular with comic book readers. However, Odin is very strong, and even the most powerful villains, like as Thanos, avoid battling him.
Odin’s previous exploits are well-documented, and he definitely deserves a spot on our list as one of the most powerful Marvel characters ever.
9. Amatsu-Mikaboshi (Amatsu-Mikaboshi)
Thor: Blood Oath #6 debuted his alter ego, Chaos King (2006) Michael Oeming and Scott Kolins designed it. Villain Affiliation
The fictitious character Amatsu-Mikaboshi, the King of Chaos, appears in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The figure is most often portrayed as a supervillain and demon god of evil who is most known for being Hercules’ and Thor’s adversary. He is based on Japanese mythology’s Mikaboshi and the Kami, or Japanese gods.
Mikaboshi has enormous magical strength, which he seems to have inherited. He can use this magical energy in a number of ways, including changing his shape and appearance; he often assumed a feminine form to seem innocuous. Aside from that, he’s usually always portrayed as a shadowy black energy entity with a mask covering his face.
To attack enemies, he can transform his limbs into sharp blades or form tentacles; he can also take the form of a fire-breathing snake, which Apollo’s fire was unable to affect, and which he was able to retaliate with an explosion of fire powerful enough to damage and bring down even the Olympian sun god.
Among other accomplishments, he has used flying, teleportation, the projection of mystical energies such as force blasts, invisibility, matter manipulation, picture projection, and the construction of interdimensional nexus points, as well as generating “shadows” to escape discovery. in the domain of Nightmare, by high-level evil magical beings such as Nightmare.
His power is so great that he can command a swarm of lesser demons as well as animate and manipulate corpses in large numbers at will. Furthermore, the Kami themselves seem to mistrust and dread Mikaboshi, whom they regard as his main adversary, particularly because he has personally sacrificed a large portion of his pantheon.
Mikaboshi was capable of murdering even the most powerful alien deities, such as the Demogorge (an creature that consumed the Elder Gods), as well as crippling and killing Heavenly Parents such as Zeus by tearing out their hearts in seconds.
The Chaos King, also known as Amatsu-Mikaboshi, is a strong god that appears in Marvel tales. Immortality, reality manipulation, stealth, strength, healing, endurance, shape-shifting, and much more are among his incredible abilities. He is more powerful than Odin and many other extremely strong deities from Marvel’s fictional world in this regard.
Mikaboshi is a formidable opponent, and he deserves to be on our list for that reason alone.
Cyttorak (number 8)
No aliases Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme #44 is his first appearance (1992) Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and Alex Toth created the characters. Villain Affiliation
Cyttorak is a mythical being that appears in Marve’s comic comics. The fictitious figure was originally referenced in the comic book Strange Tales #124 (1964) by writer Stan Lee and illustrators Jack Kirby and Alex Toth, although his first appearance was in Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme #44. (1992). He is one of the mystical beings gifted with enormous magical abilities and of diverse origins, many of which are extra-dimensional, who seem to have characteristics of both gods and demons.
Cyttorak is a demon who was formerly regarded as such on Earth. He was exiled from Earth years ago and imprisoned in the Crimson Cosmos, a timeless extra-dimensional realm where time does not flow, of which he became the ruler.
He lived at the time of the witch Morgana (seventh century), and he even conferred his power on his servants, as Morgana has shown by utilizing the purple bands to effortlessly tie Dr. Strange and Bolar. A meeting of eight great magical creatures — Balthakk, Farallah, Ikonn, Krakkan, Raggadorr, Valtorr, Watoomb, and Cyttorak – took place around 1,000 years ago to decide who was the most powerful of them all.
They created the Octessence, each putting an ounce of their power into an item meant for the first person to touch it and therefore become a “Exemplar,” an avatar of the creature in question.
Their slaves constructed temples, and the demons decided that the Exemplars should be tasked with creating a magical engine that would break Mankind’s will, enabling them to reign over one-eighth of the globe each. After that, the Exemplars would fight amongst themselves, with only one winner.
Cyttorak is a monster god and a magical creature, and the Marvel Universe’s most powerful magical entity. Despite being a supervillain, he is the source of strength for many magical figures in the Marvel world, including Doctor Strange.
Cyttorak is omnipotent inside his Crimson Cosmos (similar to Mephisto in his Hell), but even outside of his own domain, he is very strong and deadly, which is why we put him so high on our list.
Phoenix Force (#7)
Debut: Uncanny X-Men #101 Alias: Various (1976) Chris Claremont and Dave Cockrum designed it. Hero/Villain Affiliation
The Phoenix Force is a fictional superhero team established by Chris Claremont and Dave Cockrum in 1976 and featured in Marvel Comics tales. It is a cosmic entity with tremendous capabilities that has selected individuals of various species to host it throughout the course of its millennia-long existence so that it may carry out its purpose (usually favoring the evolutionary progress of some worlds over others).
The Phoenix Force returns to a state of quiescence within her after completing its mission in the so-called “White Hot Room,” a kind of distant location in space and time where it stays incubated until its next return.
The Phoenix Force has incredible mastery over matter, including the ability to manipulate atoms and molecules at whim. When the Entity emerges, it takes the appearance of a bird composed entirely of self-igniting flame. When selecting a host, the Phoenix Force typically bestows a significant portion of its cosmic abilities on that person.
It usually amplifies the traits and abilities that a person already has; for example, when it selected Jean Gray, she was able to optimize her telekinesis and telepathy.
Depending on the circumstances, the Phoenix Force may be seen as both benign and evil. For example, it has aided development on Earth in many instances while also destroying whole solar systems in others. This is very dependent on its purpose as well as the interactions it has with its host. It has formed a deep affinity to Jean Gray and the people she cares about on Earth. It has always had a tense relationship with Jean.
The Phoenix Force absorbed her memories, assumed her name and position among the X-Men, and eventually became the Dark Phoenix, a very deadly and destructive creature, after rescuing her and maintaining her in a condition of slumber for a long period. Jean subsequently returned and was able to successfully manipulate this creature.
After the entity’s demise, Jean Gray has transformed into the White Phoenix of the Crown, a wise spirit imprisoned in the White Hot Room with all the souls of people who have been possessed by the entity throughout time, gaining such power that it is only inferior to the Living Tribunal and the One-Above-All.
Because the Phoenix Force is pure energy, it requires a host to effectively harness its abilities, which is why it has taken up residence in the bodies of characters like as Jean Grey, Rachel Grey, Emma Frost, and even Professor X.
The Phoenix Force has the ability to control and absorb energy, yet its sheer strength is so great that it can even wipe out figures like Galactus and others, and we’ve previously mentioned how powerful all of these characters are.
6. Thanos / King Thanos (with the Infinity Gauntlet)
Debut: The Invincible Iron Man #55 Alias: None (1973) Jim Starlin was the one who came up with the idea. Villain Affiliation
Thanos was influenced by the Freudian idea of “Thanatos,” much as his brother, Eros, was influenced by the same concept. Thanos was born as a member of the Eternals on Titan, one of Saturn’s moons. He is the offspring of two Eternals, A’lars and Sui-San, but he also has the Deviants gene, which explains his physical appearance.
His mother wanted him murdered since he was a danger to the cosmos, but his father intervened. He was a pacifist as a kid, preferring to play with his brother and their pets.
Later in life, he developed an interest in nihilism and the idea of death, ultimately falling in love with Mistress Death, the Marvel universe’s personification of Death. Thanos became a supervillain not long after, starting off as a simple pirate but quickly becoming into a megalomaniac.
He wasn’t content with piracy alone; he wanted more. Much, much more. Thanos desired absolute power, to control the whole universe and become the most powerful creature on the planet. This is why he desired to acquire the Infinity Stones, so that he might create reality to his liking. His passion for Mistress Death, whom he has murdered many times in her name, drives a lot of his acts.
We couldn’t really make a list without Thanos, but, like Deadpool, we had to be a little more precise. Only if he has the powerful Infinity Gauntlet with him, or if we’re talking about the powerful King Thanos iteration of the character who managed to subdue the entire universe except for a younger version of himself, but that wasn’t really a question of power but of will, does Thanos deserve a spot on this list.
These two versions of Thanos can accomplish nearly everything, but he doesn’t deserve a higher ranking on our list since it isn’t really everything, but rather a close second.
Franklin Richards, No. 5
Franklin’s alias Benjamin Richards’ first appearance was in Fantastic Four Annual #6. (1968) Stan Lee and Jack Kirby created the characters. Heroism is a term used to describe a group of people that work together to achieve
Franklin Richards is a superhero that appears in Marvel Comics tales. The fictitious figure was originally introduced in the Fantastic Four Annual #6 by writer Stan Lee and illustrator Jack Kirby (1968). Franklin is usually depicted as a young kid with a developing, though inexperienced, super ancestry. He is the son of Reed Richards (as Mr. Fantastic), the leader of the Fantastic Four, and Jane Storm (aka the Invisible Woman).
He is an Omega-level mutant with enormous reality manipulation and psychic abilities. He has the ability to “distort reality,” that is, to promote any idea or desire, even on a cosmic scale.
He can also rearrange matter’s molecular structure and has shown a wide range of psionic abilities, including telepathy, telekinesis, the emission of force energy bursts (concussion force), premonition, and astral projection. Franklin’s talents are now hampered, to some degree, by his lack of control as a kid.
Furthermore, it is unknown what degree of power Franklin will achieve as an adult, since many future versions of Franklin from other worlds, as well as the mainstream Marvel Universe, have shown that his strength fluctuates. Franklin’s immortality was significantly engaged when an alternative incarnation of Franklin in adult form was able to kill two Celestials of Earth-4280 during physical battle.
After the Devourer of Worlds was knocked comatose in a fight against an Army of the Celestials, the same entity used the power of his younger self to revive and turn Galactus into his own personal herald. Franklin is generally considered as the most powerful Earth mutant in the Marvel Universe in terms of untapped potential.
Franklin Richards is the son of Reed Richards and Sue Storm, and he is a rare example of an omega-level mutant, which implies he is very strong. Franklin Richards may seem weak, yet he has the ability to bend and influence reality as he desires, making him more powerful than most other Marvel heroes; his abilities are similar to the Celestials.
Franklin Richards, being the most powerful mutant of all time, is naturally so strong that we had no choice but to put him at the top of our list, and we don’t regret it.
None Debut: Strange Tales #138 Alias: None Alias: None Alias: None Alias: None Alias: (1965) Stan Lee and Steve Ditko created the characters. Affiliation: Unaffiliated
Eternity is a cosmic being that appears in Marvel Comics tales. The fictitious figure was originally referenced in Strange Tales #134 (1965) and first appears in Strange Tales #138 (1966). It was created by writer Stan Lee and illustrator Steve Ditko (1965).
Eternity is an abstract concept that is embodied in the concept of time. He is Infinity’s partner, who is the embodiment of space. Since it lives everywhere and at all times, eternity does not have a physical embodiment (ubiquity). He is one of the most powerful beings in the Marvel Universe, and he is immortal, as his name implies.
He possesses the power to control the cosmos, as well as space, time, matter, energy, and magic, as he sees fit. He is almost omniscient and omnipotent, with nearly unlimited cosmic power, able to tap into everything that exists as well as our universe’s temporal flow.
When an abstract entity interacts with physical entities, it creates a physical body via the Dimension of Manifestations (or M-body, for manifestation). He has the combined strength of the whole space-time continuum when he joins forces with Infinity. Thanos described his authority as higher than Lord Chaos and Master Order, but lower than the Living Tribunal, when wearing the Infinity Gauntlet.
Eternity was selected above his brothers Infinity, Death, and Oblivion because he is the Marvel Universe’s exact essence of time. As you’d expect from the embodiment of time, he’s very strong, but he can also alter reality, giving him extra abilities and making him a really dangerous opponent you’d prefer avoid than confront in battle.
Eternity is deserving of such a high ranking on our list, and is unquestionably close to the most powerful cosmic entities in the top three places.
Living Tribunal No. 3
None Debut: Strange Tales #157 Alias: None Alias: None Alias: None Alias: None Alias: (1967) Stan Lee, Marie Severin, and Herb Trimpe are the creators of this work. Affiliation: Unaffiliated
The Living Tribunal was maintained at a level of strength that allowed it to easily explode the stars until a few years after the second Secret Wars. He was retrospectively redesigned as having an unlimited scale of power across at least 16 dimensions beyond human understanding just two decades after his debut. It symbolizes the sum total of all the abstract entities found inside the Marvel Multiverse as its manifestation.
It has power over all alternative realities in the multiverse – but presumably not over the whole omniverse; as a consequence, he is one of the few living creatures who has no parallel earth analogues, staying unique throughout the multiverse.
He can concurrently watch the whole universe and evaluate the massive quantity of data he gets in this manner, making him a genuinely omniscient entity. The Living Tribunal’s cosmic might seems to be unlimited; he can destroy planets and stars at whim, or create totally impenetrable walls around whole planets, if not entire universes.
He can even negate the power of Infinity Gems, stopping them from working together. Before he can act, the Tribunal’s three faces must agree on a unanimous decision. Thanos, holding the Infinity Gauntlet, rated the Living Tribunal’s strength as the highest in the Marvel Universe’s normal universe hierarchy. The Tribunal, on the other hand, alluded to a greater entity that greatly eclipses its own power16 and was quickly dispatched by the Beyonders.
The One-Above-herald, All’s the Living Tribunal, is one of the most powerful creatures in the cosmos. He has the ability to shatter worlds, he is very strong, and there isn’t much he can’t accomplish. Many people dread him – even Thanos, who wields the Infinity Gauntlet, is afraid of him – yet he has shown himself weak in a battle with the Beyonder, which is why we put him here rather than higher up on our list.
Unless you’re the Beyonder, you shouldn’t meddle with the Living Tribunal.
2. Outer Limits
No aliases Debut: Secret Wars #1 (May 1984) Jim Shooter and Mike Zeck are the creators of this piece. Villain Affiliation
The Beyonder is a cosmic being that appears in Marvel Comics tales. The fictitious figure was originally introduced in Secret Wars #1 by writer Jim Shooter and illustrator Mike Zeck (1984). The Beyonder’s strength was apparently unlimited when he was created for the Secret Wars narrative.
He would show to be much more powerful than the cosmic entity Galactus, being omniscient, omnipotent, and omnipresent in his realm (whom he easily managed to bring to Battleworld and whom he overwhelmed with a single projection of energy). Galactus was repulsed “like a bug” by him, and the energy collected by Taa II, Galactus’ planet ship, was overwhelmed.
Doctor Doom learned the entire scope of the Beyonder’s abilities, which had been taken from him, during this event: he could read the desires of everyone around him, and his every wish came true. However, there was a catch: if Doom didn’t control his thoughts, all of them — conscious and unconscious – came real. As a result, wielding the Beyonder’s power required continuous concentration and a complete lack of personal desire.
During this time, the Beyonder destroyed a galaxy on the spur of the moment to fulfill one of his wants, and it was shown in another episode that he could repress Death or make the Devil (Mephisto) and his hellish realm vanish. To get out of it, Mephisto attempted to outwit him (which demonstrates his inferiority in terms of sheer power, including on his own ground). As a result, the Beyonder’s power was used in other realms as well.
Even when weakened, the Beyonder was able to gain control of Klaw, a creature formed primarily of sound waves. His strength was reduced in his human form (during Secret Wars II), and he was susceptible, feeling a searing agony when Wolverine’s claws cut him or when he fell from the top of a skyscraper. Despite the fact that his human form rendered him lethal, he was nevertheless able to endure these ordeals.
He could also control matter and spirits in this form, as well as transfer himself to different locations across the cosmos. He may even be able to take on and vanquish the Celestials. When Shooter departed Marvel, he altered a lot of things, thus the present version of the Beyonder is much weaker.
For those unfamiliar with Marvel’s tales, the Beyonder may seem like an odd choice, yet he is immensely powerful, and many people believe that he is only second to the One-Above-All. There isn’t anything this man can’t accomplish, and his tremendous abilities put him even ahead of the Living Tribunal.
This is why the Beyonder is at the top of our list, and we’re certain that we’ve made the correct choice.
Fantastic Four #511 is the first appearance of none of the Fantastic Four’s aliases (2004) Mark Waid and Mike Wieringo designed it. Affiliation: Unaffiliated
The One Above All (alternatively One-Above-All) is a fictional Marvel Universe god who is portrayed as the Multiverse’s founder. Although he was a part of the Marvel mythology from the beginning, he did not make his first appearance until 2004’s Fantastic Four #511, in the guise of Jack Kirby; his creators are Mark Waid and Mike Wieringo.
The design of The One Above All evolved throughout time, and many people now believe he is Stan Lee rather than Jack Kirby (anymore? ), but this has never been officially verified.
The One Above All, who appears to be responsible for the existence of all life in the Multiverse and possibly beyond, is the master and sole superior of the Living Tribunal, the cosmic overseer and arbitrator whose faces, representing equity, vengeance, and necessity, are in perfect alignment with one another as it passes judgment.
The One Above All is most closely connected with the Fantastic Four, since they were the first characters to meet him in his first appearance; he thanked them for their heroism and promised them more adventures while resurrecting the Thing. He has also encountered Thanos and Adam Warlock while disguised as a homeless man, and has appeared to Spider-Guy as a homeless man.
The One Above All is unique in that, while possessing all of the characteristics of an Abrahamian god, he is much more benign than a real Abrahamian god or the apparently objective Presence from the DC Universe. As it was revealed, The One Above All’s main driving force – and the universe’s fundamental driving force – is Love, which is an unexpected surprise from such an almighty entity.
This is why The One Above All is so unique, and why he is often recognized as one of the most fascinating comic book characters of all time.
There’s no denying that the One-Above-All is Marvel’s most powerful figure. He is portrayed as the creator of the Marvel Universe as well as the omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent being upon which Marvel depends. The One-Above-All has flaws, as one comic book narrative showed, but he is still very strong and has earned his place on our list.
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