Thanos was shown to be the biggest menace to the cosmos in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. After all, he did literally wipe out half of humanity with a snap of his fingers. However, there are characters in the Marvel Comics universe who are even more powerful than Thanos.
The number of unfamiliar names on this list is maybe the most surprising aspect of it. Even if you’re a big movie buff or just a casual Marvel fan, you’ve probably never heard of a lot of these characters. That’s because many of the more well-known characters are extremely powerful, but only on a planetary scale. Characters with universal or even multiversal power abound in the comics, with some of them essentially in charge of ruling the entire universe.
48. Captain Glory
An alien god who has enormous power, Glory is one of the few gods that willingly aided the Chaos King in his mission to destroy the entire universe. He was defeated by Thor with the help of Becca Steinhardt. Glory is considered to be not just a single god, but a complete pantheon of angry, violent, perverted gods in one.
Captain Glory’s abilities are the result of cosmic radiation. His ability to internalize and transfer ambient energy is one of his most important abilities. He can use this energy to fly, conduct ultra-enhanced physical activities, and release powerful blasts of energy from his hands. His real name is Glah-Ree, and he served as a captain in the Kree Army. Glah-Ree is also the leader of the “Lethal Legion,” a mercenary gang that serves as enemies to the Guardians of the Galaxy.
The God of Thunder is without a doubt one of the most powerful traditional superheroes in the Marvel Universe, thanks to his Asgardian physiology and godly birthright, which endow him with a lot of amazing talents. Thor is one of the most physically powerful characters in the Marvel Universe; he is practically indestructible, and his hammer Mjolnir provides him control over the weather as well as unlimited access to vast amounts of destructive energy.
Thor has been a very popular character in films during the last decade, this is probable due to it’s history and also because he is one of the most powerful superheroes in the Marvel Universe. His superpowers are not only linked to his famous hammer, but also to the strength inherited from his father, the God Odin, king of Asgard. However, Thor did not always live as a superhero, he once had to spend some years learning about humility after his father sent him to earth and stripped him of his memory.
46. Scarlet Witch
Wanda Maximoff, another well-known character, is one of the few Earth-born characters on this list. Wanda was originally shown as a mutant with the capacity to cast probability-altering hexes, but as time passed, her power and impact grew. She is now known as a master of chaos magic and a formidable reality-warper, and she has been revealed as the Nexus Being of Marvel’s main reality, Earth-616, making her a crucial role in the universe’s functioning.
The Scarlet Witch is one of the few superheroes who stands out for having fought both for and against The Avengers. Her training with Agatha Harkness contributed significantly to the mastery of her abilities. Undoubtedly, her most powerful skill is her ability to change the probabilities of the universe, which were narrated in detail in the latest series called “WandaVision” that recounts the events that occurred after Avengers, Endgame.
45. Doctor Strange
Doctor Strange, another Earthling (and MCU hero), is the Sorcerer Supreme of Earth-616. As a result, he is a master of the mystic arts and one of the Marvel Universe’s most powerful magic users. Strange’s abilities have changed dramatically throughout the years and have been difficult to identify at times, yet at his finest, he can do practically anything. He travels to different realms on a regular basis to fight ancient monsters and cosmic entities.
His real name is Stephen Strange, and his first appearance was in the comic “Strange Tales” in 1963. In his beginnings, Strange was a highly successful neurosurgeon who after suffering an accident and damaging his hands, decided to undertake a healing journey to a place named Kamar-Taj. It was during this journey that he learned about mystic arts and developed his power to access other dimensions and travel the multiverse.
While Mephisto isn’t actually the devil, you’d be excused for believing so because he resembles classic representations of Satan and actively encourages such parallels. Mephisto is a powerful extra-dimensional demon that governs over the Hell dimension in reality. Mephisto is invincible in his own world, but even when he wanders outside, he’s a deadly opponent, possessing natural magical abilities, functional immortality, and reality-warping powers capable of creating alternate universes. Naturally, he also snatches people’s souls.
Knowing exactly about this character’s origins is almost impossible because there are innumerable universes that claim to have the truth. Over the years, this demon has become a notorious villain in the Marvel universe and there are many who make up the list of opponents of this being, including Thor himself. Undoubtedly, one of his main enemies is the well-known superhero Silver Surfer, this occurs because Mephisto envies his pure soul and he has tried to corrupt the Silver Surfer on several occasions.
43. The Elders of the Universe
The Elders are a diverse group of ancient aliens, each one the last survivor of their own species. These immortals have existed since the Big Bang and are among the universe’s oldest entities. They have access to the Power Primordial, which is the remaining energy from the universe’s inception. The Collector, who uses his power to obtain artifacts, and The Grandmaster, who uses it to orchestrate high-stakes competitions, are two of them for instance.
The interesting thing about this group is that you can find them participating in the main cataclysmic events that have occurred within the MCU. It is not known exactly how many Elders there are in the universe, but what is known is that each one of them must find a meaning or purpose in their life, otherwise they would succumb and give up their will to live eternally.
While Kurt Russell’s portrayal of this character in the MCU was charming, the comics version is significantly more savage. Ego, a living planet that has been anthropomorphized, has complete control over his planetary surface and has the ability to produce life from his biological material. He can direct it to execute his will, and he feeds on other celestial bodies for nourishment. He also possesses psychic abilities that enable him to fight powerful beings.
Ego is in fact one of the Elders of the Universe mentioned above. It’s interesting how the MCU worlds tie into each other, as Ego is in fact the biological father of Peter Quill, aka Star Lord, the leader of the Guardians of the Galaxy. This was possible because Ego was able to create a biological humanoid avatar and have a relationship with Peter’s mom, a human called Meredith Quill.
Thanos is a mutant Eternal from Titan, a moon of Saturn, with superhuman strength, endurance, and energy manipulation abilities. Thanos’ strength alone makes him at least as tough as Thor, but his drive and cunning make him even tougher. Thanos has conquered the universe several times in the comics by obtaining MacGuffins such as the Infinity Gauntlet and the Heart of the Universe — and when he possesses those, he is near-omnipotent and godly.
Much of Thanos’ fight revolves around obtaining the Infinity Stones, which were necessary to fulfill his plan to save the universe. Thanos’ plan involves wiping millions of people from the universe out of existence, including his own daughter, Gamora, whom he had to sacrifice in order to gain the power that the Soul Stone would grant him. The ambition of this character has made him the main enemy of many superheroes, including Iron Man and Spider-Man.
40. Adam Warlock
Adam Warlock was developed by a team of Earth scientists who were attempting to produce the perfect man. Warlock evolved into a cosmic creature who has been called upon to defend the universe on multiple occasions. Warlock is immortal and he possesses a wide range of cosmic skills, including matter manipulation, cosmic awareness, and the ability to absorb and produce huge amounts of energy. He is also permanently attached to the Soul Gem Infinity Stone.
His first appearance was in 1967 in the comic “Fantastic Four”, since then, this character has been of great relevance for the development of the plot of the infinity wars. His main weakness is Magus, a dark, evil version of himself that can manifest if Adam gets too weak. Another weakness is that Adam’s ability to construct structures is somewhat limited. Although the exact boundaries of his powers are unclear, it’s known that he can’t manipulate matter into making shields or full armors.
Magus, Adam Warlock’s malevolent doppelganger, feels that Good and Evil are only weapons for enslaving people. His objective is to give all living things a reason to exist: to worship him or perish. Because he is an evil version of Adam Warlock, he has the same abilities as his counterpart and has the ability to fly and breathe in space.
The Magus’s appearance occurred after the entities known as Lord Chaos and Master Order chose Adam Warlock to be the Avatar of Life and end the Avatar of Death. Unfortunately, their contradictory directives drove Adam insane, causing him to journey back in time 5 thousand years. As a result of the time travel, he realized he could take advantage of Adam and control him into experiencing the identical facts and occurrences that had brought him into becoming Magus in the first place.
38. Silver Surfer
Silver Surfer is a metallic-skin humanoid alien that uses a surfboard-like vehicle to travel through space. He used to be Norrin Radd from the planet Zenn-La until Galactus appeared and intended to consume the planet. To save his home world, he pledged to serve as Galactus’ herald. As the Silver Surfer, Radd scoured the universe for planets for Galactus to devour.
Among his main abilities are the absorption and manipulation of radiation and energy from the four fundamental forces of the universe. He also possesses superhuman strength and endurance and the ability to travel much faster than light; but without a doubt one of his most surprising skill is being able to see and hear at intergalactic distances. His main tool is his surfboard, which he is highly interconnected to, making it seem like an extension of his body, it’s actually made of the same material as his body, making it indestructible.
Marvel uses the pantheon of Greek gods in addition to the Norse gods to create characters. Zeus, the god of the Olympians, is at the apex of the Olympian hierarchy. Zeus is a high-ranking cosmic figure in the Marvel Universe, as one of the Skyfathers – the leaders of their own pantheons. He has a high level of cosmic awareness, is incredibly strong and practically impenetrable, and boasts a wide range of incredible magical talents.
His first appearance in the comics was in 1949, in the issue of Venus #6 and since then he became a pivotal figure in the Marvel universe; he even served as a mentor to Thor when he was younger. Shape Shifting is one of his most remarkable skills, he can transform into animals, objects, or other humanoid beings (the latter many times for morally questionable reasons).
Surtur made an appearance in Thor: Ragnarok, and while he was first crippled by Thor, the film’s conclusion revealed the character’s actual might. Surtur is a fire giant that reigns over Muspelheim, one of Norse mythology’s Nine Realms. He is Odin’s and Asgard’s mortal enemy, and he is regarded as an equal to the Norse Skyfather. He’s enormous; he’s made of live fire; he’s immortal; and manipulates fire. He destroyed Asgard in the Ragnarok movie.
Among his main weapons is the twilight sword which is made of fire and flames and capable of destroying an entire land in one blow. He is also the possessor of the Surtur Crown, which is the main source of his strength and removing it causes his body to vanish. Another of his favorite weapons is the Eternal Flame, a fire that remains always burning and that, combined with the previous two, allows him to achieve devastating power.
While the MCU’s Odin has never been seen to do anything (apart from banishing his heir Thor from Asgard back in the first Thor film), the comics version is a force to be reckoned with. He is the Skyfathers’ leader, and he has a great deal of power and influence throughout the universe. He possesses all of Zeus’ abilities, but is considerably more powerful, and has proven capable of combating cosmic creatures such as Galactus.
Odin can generate and use magical and cosmic energy for a variety of extraordinary purposes, including distorting reality. His immense strength allowed him to deprive Thor of his abilities and turn him mortal, banishing him to Midgard, also known as Planet Earth. His featured weapon is the Gungnir spear, symbolizing his strength and power, an item capable of fiercely shaking anyone hit by it.
34. Gorr the God Butcher
The character Gorr is an enigmatic one. Having been born on an unnamed planet and belonging to an unknown extraterrestrial species, he has had a rough life. As Gorr was fighting with another god, he bonded with the elder god Knull’s sword, turning it into the All-Black the Necrosword, a weapon of great power and might.
In using this weapon to slay the god, he earned the title of God Butcher and vowed to destroy all the gods of the universe.
Dormammu is the most powerful character to appear in the MCU thus far. Dormammu is a mythical entity made completely of mystical energy that is incredibly ancient and powerful. As a result, his skill in the mystic arts rivals that of Doctor Strange, despite the fact that Strange has temporarily defeated him in the Doctor Strange film. Dormammu, Lord of the Dark Dimension, is most strong in his home dimension and almost impossible to defeat.
Dormammu first appeared in 1964 in the comic “Strange Tales”. A strange anecdote about this super-powerful being occurred when He and Odin decided to play chess to decide the fate of the universe; luckily, the game ended in a tie, thus maintaining the balance between chaos and order. Dormammu Is almost indestructible while being in the Dark Dimension. He only becomes vulnerable when being in places where he cannot fuel his supernatural Faltine flames.
Just like Dormammu, Zom is a supernatural entity who is also one of the universe’s greatest enemies. Zom is an extra dimensional entity that was created purely to destroy. He was so powerful that he had to be chained by a group of equally powerful beings, one of them being Dormammu. He has proved he can take out multiple Marvel superheroes with a single blow, but he has shown weakness against more powerful cosmic abstracts.
While Zom never revealed the name of his creator, it is known that the purpose of his existence was intended to ruin everything that exists. He destroyed everything after his creation until he was defeated by Dormammu and the help of the entity known as Eternity, who used The Crown of Blindness and The Chains of Living Slavery to prevent him from escaping. Zom was imprisoned in a vase and hidden in a dimension outside of time and space for Eternity.
Chthon is one of the Elder Gods, and possibly the most powerful among them. The Elder Gods (not to be confused with the Elders of the Universe) were the first intelligent beings on Earth. Chthon’s strength is so immense that he is one of the universe’s primary sources of magic (the chaos magic skills of Scarlet Witch are derived from him), and he possesses significant reality-warping abilities. However, he’s most powerful in his native realm.
His mystical power, especially for dark and chaos magic, is one of his most astounding abilities. With his power, Chthon has managed to construct a parallel universe where he fully controls all aspects of reality. He also has demonic channeling abilities and is capable of possessing mortal bodies on Earth. His fundamental weakness is that without the Darkhold (Book of Spells), he becomes stuck, unable to move freely between dimensions.
Cyttorak is an extra-dimensional magical entity who lives in the Crimson Cosmos and rules over it. He is omnipotent there, but it’s uncertain how powerful he is outside of it. Cyttorak’s influence is mostly seen through objects that give users a sliver of his power, such as the Crimson Gem of Cyttorak, which gives the X-Men villain Juggernaut incredible strength, and the Crimson Brand of Cyttorak, used by Doctor Strange to increase his magical abilities.
Cyttorak is a member of the Octoessence, a group of ancient mystical beings who decided to build their own totems to discover who was the most powerful. Cyttorak produced a ruby to be its mystical totem. The gem was sent to Earth and buried for hundreds of years by his disciples in a secret temple in a jungle in Southeast Asia. Cain Marko, Charles Xavier’s half-brother, discovered the gem some time later and became the Juggernaut after touching the enchanted object.
29. Shaper of Worlds
Cosmic cubes, also known as tesseracts (not to be mixed up with the MCU’s Infinity Stone-enhanced tesseract), are very powerful singularities with universal-level reality-altering abilities. The Shaper of Worlds is a more advanced version of the first cosmic cube, which was built by the ancient Skrulls’ alien culture. It has been found to be capable of modifying reality and generating illusions that cannot be told apart from reality, as well as creating complete other universes.
He initially appeared in the “Incredible Hulk” comic in 1972, as one of the main antagonists. One of the main flaws of the Creator of Worlds is that he lacks his own imagination, so he must rely on the thoughts of other beings to alter reality. He is constantly drawn to and tempted by wonderful, exciting, and unusual dreams, not caring whether they may result in something detrimental, but fortunately he can be persuaded to deny a “dream”.
Shuma-Gorath, is the oldest of all mystical extra-dimensional creatures. Arguably Doctor Strange’s biggest and most dangerous antagonist, Shuma-Gorath is a member of the Many-Angled Ones, an enormously powerful multiverse-dwelling race. He is one of the multiverse’s oldest entities, ruling over an empire spanning hundreds of realms. He’s immortal and nearly omnipotent inside his own realm. His mystical powers are so overwhelming that he is capable of destroying entire universes with a snap of his fingers.
Shuma-Gorath is also known as “Mr Tentacles” because of his physical appearance. He is a scaly monster with six or eight tentacles and a big central eye, and his skin is rubbery and plated, making him tough to defeat without using extremely powerful magic. It is known that this entity can create a ball of energy with his tentacles that can instantly obliterate universes. Other beings seeking dark power frequently invoke Shuma- Gorath’s name across several dimensions.
Korvac gained power over cosmic creatures such as Galactus, Odin, Zeus, the Elders of the Universe, and other cosmic beings after absorbing the energy of Galactus’ ship. He could employ his abilities in a number of ways, including astral projection, telepathy, resuscitation, and long-range energy bombardment, to name a few. He fights the Guardians of the Galaxy and the Avengers.
His real name is Micahel Korvac and he used to be a computer engineer on an alternate earth in the year 2977 dominated by an alien race called the Badoon. This race experimented with Korvac and ended up transforming him into a cyborg by grafting a computer module that allows him to control energy and matter in the universe. Later, Korvac will betray these aliens and join forces with the Elders of the Universe. Korvac has the ability to teleport and alter time and space.
In-Betweener is a cosmic abstract that was created to carry out the orders of two other cosmic abstracts, Lord Chaos and Master Order. In-Betweener — whose appearance is divided down the middle and is half-white and half-black — embodies both order and chaos, as well as all other diametrically opposed ideals (peace and violence, etc.). He possesses cosmic-scale powers, but due to his distinctive dual nature, he has also been revealed to be more merciful.
In his own words: “I am everything for I am nothing! I am a Concept… of Concepts! Life and Death… Good and Evil… Reality and Illusion… all these things I know and affect but never do they touch me!” The In-Betweener is the perfect example of how opposites can survive inside the same being. He has the ability to change reality on a cosmic scale.
Kronos is another cosmic abstraction, who was formerly a member of the Eternals, a race of immortal, super-powered beings. Kronos’ body was destroyed in an experiment and his particles scattered around the universe due to a botched lab test. Kronos is now tied to time itself, and he can manipulate and control the flow of time with his universe-spanning abilities.
Kronos is Thanos’ paternal grandfather, although this biological linkage does not make them close. In fact, Thanos is one of Kronos main enemies. Although Kronos’ physical form was destroyed due to an accident, his character occasionally appears as a gigantic transparent humanoid. Another great ability of this being, is that he appears to have complete power over the souls of the dead, even to the point of utilizing them to animate artificial bodies made of inanimate substances.
24: Uatu The Watcher
Uatu is the most renowned member of the Watchers, a mysterious species of beings. The Watchers are thought to be the universe’s earliest living beings, and their job is to observe it without meddling. He has unlimited cosmic energy, the ability to read the minds of all beings in the universe, and the ability to travel anywhere in an instant.
This character debuted in the “Fantastic Four” comic in 1963. He is tasked with keeping a watch on Earth from his residence in the Blue Area of the Moon and he is bound by a statute of non-interference with the Earth and its inhabitants. He one said to Doctor Strange: “Honestly, if I could fix this, if I could punish you instead, I would. But I can’t interfere. You, more than anyone else, should understand that meddling with time and events only leads to more destruction.”
23. The Stranger
The Stranger is a cosmic being who frequently appears alongside heavy hitters such as Eternity, Galactus, Lord Chaos, and Master Order when major events occur in the universe. He is enigmatic and unknowable, and he’s naturally curious. He’s known for using his immense cosmic might to undertake experiments, and Ego the Living Planet was the outcome of one such experiment.
Its origins go back to the planet Gigantus in the Andromeda galaxy. The first time The Stranger visited Earth was to kidnap Magneto and Toad during a battle against the X-Men. The purpose of The Stranger was to study them. Unfortunately, from the result of his investigation he decided that the inhabitants of the Earth should be eliminated due to being extremely dangerous. He decided to use the Hulk to accomplish his goal, but to no avail. However, this would not be the only time he would try to destroy the earth.
The Phoenix Force is a cosmic entity that represents all life in the universe. It has access to nearly infinite cosmic power, is connected to every psychic energy in the omniverse that has ever existed or will ever exist. It acts with the aid of a host in most of its comic book appearances, with Jean Grey being its favorite.
The Phoenix’s most essential skill is without a doubt its ability for resurrection. As the personification of life and death, it has near-infinite abilities and can resurrect whomever it desires. It might potentially bring itself and its host back, just like the many times it has done it with Jean Gray. Atmokinesis is another astounding ability the Phoenix has. This power allows it to create black holes and geomagnetic storms. One of the most common depictions of this entity is in the form of a massive firebird.
Legion is an Earth-born mutant. His father is the brilliant telepath Professor X, the originator of the X-Men. Legion’s abilities are seemingly infinite, but because they emerge through many identities (he suffers from Dissociative Identity Disorder), he has never fully realized them. However, Legion has demonstrated the ability to control minds, bend time, and modify reality, among other major abilities.
Something that makes him interesting and dangerous at the same time is that he changes his behavior according to the personality that is in charge at that moment. So far it is said that he has manifested nearly a thousand different personalities, some very curious, like the pirate who belches acid or even a dinosaur. Another particularity is that these identities not only survive and are enhanced in Legion’s mind, but he also undergoes real physical changes depending on the personality that takes over him.
Genis-Vell was cloned from the DNA of the Kree warrior Mar-Vell and given false memories, leading him to assume he was Starfox’s son. He was then aged artificially so that he could battle Mar-foes. He was given the title Captain Marvel, but he fell victim to Cosmic Awareness’ lunacy as he became virtually omnipotent and attempted to “repair” the cosmos.
His first appearance was in the Silver Surfer comic in 1993 in which he was referred to under the alias of “Legacy”. One of his main weapons are the Nega-Bands, which are a pair of wristbands relics of the Kree empire that he received as a gift from his father and allows him to better capitalize on his strength. Genis-Vell makes use of the Nega-Bands as he reaches his full capacity, gaining their power and access to other universes.
19. Captain Universe
Captain Universe isn’t a single superhero or even a single person. It’s a manifestation of the Universe and a Uni-Power. Captain Universe’s mission in every universe is to protect Eternity, which is the sum total of all living things in existence. Captain Universe had been granted to Spider-Man and Doctor Strange on several occasions to help them save the world.
When the host requires advice or the Uni-Power has a special purpose, the Uni-Power will occasionally contact the host personally. Gilbert Wiles, who became Captain Universe to help halt a plane hijacking, was the first known human to possess the Uni-Power. Captain Universe’s abilities and strength levels differ between hosts, presumably to fit the needs of the mission at hand. The Uni-Power also improves a host’s existing powers and talents.
Around 1300 BC, Akhenaten, an Egyptian Pharaoh, was chosen by the Celestial Order to receive a large share of power from the Universe’s Heart. But he set out to wipe out all of Earth’s gods and heroes. While empowered, Akhenaten possessed cosmic power far exceeding that of the entire Council of Godheads, as well as numerous other cosmically super-powered entities.
During his reign as an Egyptian pharaoh, he was married to Nefertiti, a well-known beauty and feminine power symbol. After he was abducted by the Celestial Order, Akhenaten spent the next two thousand years acclimating to his new god-like skills; unfortunately, he became so corrupted by his powers that he ended up returning to modern-day to rule the Earth. Many tried to accomplish the mission of trying to kill Akhenaten including The Avengers and the Fantastic Four. Even Thanos recruited a team to fight it.
17. The Celestials
The Celestials are a race of ancient beings that have the appearance of giant armored alien robots. They predate the world and have maintained an interest in mortal matters for reasons only they know about. Their experiments on Earth gave birth to the Eternals, the Deviants, and the mutant gene. Their endless access to cosmic energy makes them nearly indestructible.
The Celestials have virtually limitless cosmic and supernatural powers, they are immortal beings who are extremely difficult to damage or kill. Arishem, the world’s judge, is perhaps the most prominent Celestial, he is the creator of the first Sun, which brought light to the universe. Other notable Celestials are “Tiamut” who can inflict fear into Galactus himself, “Gamiel the Manipulator” and “Exitar the Executioner”.
Galactus is one of the most well-known Marvel villains in history, even if he isn’t exactly wicked. He’s a cosmic abstract who must consume planets to maintain the cosmos in balance. He predates the current universe and is more powerful than any Celestial because he has unrestricted access to the Power Cosmic, the energy source that connects everything in existence.
This character originally appeared in one of the “Fantastic Four” comic books in 1964. Even though he possesses enormous strength and power on his own, he sometimes employs assistance weaponry such as a robot known as the Punisher or a little device known as the Ultimate Nullifier, with which Galactus is able to wipe from existence anything he wishes.
Omega is the name of a mute Galactus and Thanos hybrid clone whose strength eclipses that of the original Galactus in every way. Thanos considers Omega to be the biggest mistake he’s ever made. Omega lacks the ability to communicate. He also suffered from reaction retardation as a result of being an incomplete project, which was his only actual flaw.
The origin of Omega is tied to Thanos. He had a need to create entities that were loyal fighters and that he could control in order to achieve his goals. These beings were essentially formed as mystical doppelgangers, in fact, their physical appearance is strikingly similar to Thanos’. Unfortunately for Thanos, these clones eventually rebelled and turned against him.
14. Franklin Richards
Franklin was always destined for great things as the mutant son of Fantastic Four members Reed Richards and Sue Storm Richards, but few could have imagined that he would grow up to be one of the multiverse’s most powerful beings. He has proven the capacity to repair a fractured reality and create entirely new universes since he was a child.
A worth mentioning weakness of this character include how he manages his powers, which can go low after usage. When he uses his skills, he must be cautious and store something in case he needs it later. There is one exception to this, and that is when Franklin is on Krakoa, a mutant-only island where he spends his powers considerably more slowly, thus preventing him from running out quickly.
13. The Vishanti
The Vishanti is a triumvirate of three very powerful supernatural creatures. They’re practically omnipotent and possibly the most powerful magic users in the multiverse. Hoggoth, an ancient alien mystical creature, Oshtur, an Elder God, and Agamotto, the original Sorcerer Supreme and Oshtur’s offspring, make up the group. The Vishanti routinely assist Doctor Strange in his missions to save the universe.
They have extraordinary abilities on their own, but when they work together, they may attain incredible power. Some of Vishanti’s most remarkable skills include transporting and crossing universes, manipulating matter, and transmitting powers between dimensions to those who are considered worthy.
12. Mistress Love & Sire Hate
You can imagine the power that comes with the two cosmic abstracts being the embodiments of all the love and hate in the multiverse, respectively. Love and Hate are on the same level as the strong Chaos and Order in the Marvel multiverse’s cosmic structure. To put it another way, they’re highly powerful, even if they don’t utilize it often.
While Mistress Love usually chooses to appear under a female form, Sire Hate is most commonly depicted as a male. These two entities are known to have fought against Thanos while he had the Infinity Gauntlet in his power. An interesting feature of these two entities is that they do not age and are immune to disease.
11. Lord Chaos & Master Order
Despite the fact that they have no physical form, the Lord and Master are the literal incarnations of chaos and order. However, unlike Love and Hate, they have shown a willingness to get involved in multiverse concerns. They sought more authority for themselves and created The In-Betweener, a powerful cosmic creature in his own right, to carry out their orders.
These beings have played an important role in many of the events within the multiverse. Just to mention a few examples, it is known that these entities played a fundamental part in the war against Thanos, as well as being the ones who initiated the events that transformed Peter Parker into Spider Man.
Death, also known as Mistress Death, is a cosmic abstract who is the literal personification of Death. She has authority over every soul that dies, and while she serves an important role in the cosmos, she has occasionally overstepped her bounds. It was her plan, not Thanos’, to annihilate half of all life in the universe to adjust cosmic imbalance.
Although Death is an entity who does not have a real physical form, it is commonly depicted as a black hair woman in a black suit. Depending on the comic, it has sometimes been portrayed as a human skeleton. One of the characters with whom Death had the most interactions with was Deadpool, however the ramifications of this connection remain unknown.
9. Eternity & Infinity
Eternity and Infinity are two additional inseparable cosmic concepts that embrace all that occurs in the cosmos. These are the literal conceptions of reality and time, and they have limitless power in this space-time continuum. They have the incredible capacity to manipulate and control anything that exists, which makes them incredibly powerful. It is one of the primordial antagonistic duos.
Eternity (together with Infinity) appeared when the universe was established and instantly inherited the collective consciousness of all living creatures in the Universe. Eventually, Eternity ended up giving rise to various “children,” or notions that evolved into separate, self-contained entities, known as Empathy, Eulogy, Expediency, Entropy, Epiphany, Enmity, and Eon.
Oblivion is a cosmic abstract that is closely related to Death, Eternity, and Infinity, although there is evidence that it’s more powerful than them all. The manifestation of nothingness — the void — is oblivion. It existed before the multiverse and will continue to exist after it has died. Its greatest wish is to see the end of all things.
Two of the main known avatars of Oblivion are the King of Chaos and Knull, both born from the abyss before the beginning of the universe itself. The King of Chaos would become known as Amatsu-Mikaboshi, and Knull would create the symbiotes and other arcane monsters from living darkness.
7. Molecule Man
Molecule Man was a scientist called Owen Reece who was bestowed with molecular manipulation abilities after a lab accident. Molecule man can achieve anything because everything is formed of molecules, and he has complete control over all matter and energy on the planet. He’s feared by some cosmic creatures, and for good reason: he is known to be incredibly unpredictable.
His initial appearance was in an edition of the “Fantastic Four” comic in 1964. The accident that caused his transformation occurred while Reece was working at an Acme Atomic Corp facility. He got distracted and the machine he was manipulating struck him with radiation. His main weakness is him not being able to have total control over organic-type molecules. Furthermore, he has certain issues with technology, circuits, and machines in general.
6. The Protégé
Protégé lives in the 31st Century, sometimes known as Earth-691, in an alternate universe. He is to be the “Living God” of the Universal Church of Truth, according to prophecy. He has the ability to copy the talents of others allowing him to manifest the Living Tribunal’s own power. Scathan the Approver managed to preserve reality by judging against him.
His ability to replicate other creatures is very exceptional, to the point where he can impersonate “One Above All,” an entity that we will discuss later but represents the ultimate power of the cosmos. When he is not impersonating another being, he is represented as a youngster with long dark hair and a blue cape. The Protégé’s true power is still unknown, but it’s believed that by imitating other powerful individuals, he may be able to enhance his talents to the point where there will be no difference between himself and the one he is mimicking.
5. The Living Tribunal
The Living Tribunal is shown as a colossal golden humanoid with three faces, each pointing in a different direction, and is tasked with serving as the multiverse’s supreme adjudicator. He passes judgment on other beings in matters of tremendous importance in order to maintain the balance. His cosmic powers are boundless, and he has judged beings as strong as Eternity.
His first appearance in comics was in the 1967 issue of “Strange Tales.” The balance that this entity must ensure can range from balancing that one universe is not consuming more energy than another or even that some forces of good are proportionate to those from evil. This entity has an unquestionable authority and can be seen acting as a judge or arbitrator of other beings of equal or greater power, such is the case of Eternity or Infinity that were subject to judgment by The Living Tribunal.
4. The Beyonder
The Marvel comic character of the Beyonder is quite intriguing. He comes from his own reality outside of the multiverse itself, where he is completely omnipotent and capable of doing anything. In the 1980s twelve-issue comic series “Secret Wars,” the figure established a Battleworld in which he pitted Earth’s heroes and villains against each other for his own twisted enjoyment.
This character has been mostly seen depicted as a Caucasian human with curly black hair. His origins date back to a failed experiment caused by scientist Owen Reece that caused him to transform into Molecule Man. It was around that time that The Beyonder began to have certain curiosities about human behavior, specifically about how they experienced the sensation of desire, it was this curiosity that led him to develop the events narrated in Secret Wars I and Secret Wars II.
3. First Firmament
The First Firmament is a being created at the same time as the One-Above-All and One-Below-All, but in his loneliness, he created life, known as Celestials/Aspirants. He’s the driving force behind the One-Above-All and One-Below-All, both of whom have power equivalent to or nearly equal to each other. He’s virtually omnipresent, omniscient, and omnipotent, only surpassed by the One-Above-All.
This character is usually depicted as a bright blue luminous entity with a skeletal appearance with a large head. The creation of the Celestials (multi-colored ones) and the Aspirants (dark ones) marked the beginning of the end for The Firmament. These two groups had opposing ideas that ended up causing a war that led to the destruction of the First Firmament. This event triggered the creation of hundreds of universes altogether known as the Multiverse.
2. The One Below All
The One Below All is a newer figure that first appeared back in 2018. He is the malevolent counterpart to the One Above All, who will be mentioned next. It is the embodiment of all hate and devastation in the multiverse, and despite the fact that it has no thought of its own, it strives to become all there is.
It is understandable that even the most powerful entity and creator of worlds like “The One Above All” has its own nemesis; it’s a common rule that the universe is only balanced through Yin and Yan. The One Below All seems to fulfill this function, in his own words “I howl through many mouths. I break with many hands. They are themselves, but they are also me. I have all the power you give me and my weapon is hate.”
1. The One Above All
The One Above All is the closest approach to God. It is omnipotent, omnipresent, and omniscient, and created the universe and everything in it, including the Beyonders and, presumably, the One Below All. He appeared in both masculine and female forms but is most typically depicted to resemble Jack Kirby, the co-creator of numerous Marvel characters alongside Stan Lee.
Just as there are courts for legal disputes on Earth, the galaxy has its own tribunal, an entity called The Living Tribunal. The One Above All is in fact The Living Tribunal’s highest judge. There haven’t been many appearances of this character since it is known that he rarely intervenes in the events that have occurred in the MCU. It is known, however, that he possesses a power both unlimited and immeasurable, to the point of allowing the creation of an entire universe.
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The First Dynasty of Egypt in 3000 BC is when the Apocalypse myth first began. In the settlement of Akkaba, where he was born gray-skinned (although Apocalypse’s skin tone is occasionally depicted as flesh-colored or dark skinned), blue-lipped, and with natural facial markings, he was abandoned as an infant but was later found by a group of desert nomads known as the Sandstormers. Their leader, Baal, recognized the child’s potential for power and raised him as his own, naming him En Sabah Nur.
Apocalypse, one of the first mutants, is a terrible tyrant who has long been an enemy of the X-Men and is also thousands of years old. Only the strongest (mutant or superhuman) shall live, according to Apocalypse. His body is a blend of organic materials and potent celestial technology, enhancing the godlike levels of his shapeshifting and other abilities.
Although it was initially introduced as just a weapon that Odin had kept on Earth, the Destroyer was originally designed by Odin as the weapon of choice to be used against the Fourth Host of Celestials. The massive structure is built of a substance that Odin enchanted to be even more powerful than Uru.
In order to locate, combat, and eliminate the new Thor who has been wielding Mjolnir for some time, Odin most recently allowed the Destroyer to be possessed by the essence of his brother Bor. The Destroyer was shown carrying Mjolnir, but it was later discovered that Bor was in fact unworthy and that the object the Destroyer was holding was simply another object; it wasn’t subject to the same worthy enchantment as a real being would be. Thor will be battling the Destroyer with the aid of a little army that Prince Odinson and his stepmother assembled.
The Fantastic Four defeated a Kree Sentry on Earth, and as a result, Ronan the Accuser was also vanquished. The Kree were astounded by these happenings and sent a spacecraft to observe Earth and learn about its achievements in space and missile technology.
The Phoenix Force most recently brought back the original Captain Marvel. This new Dark Marvel, who resembled Phoenix more than Mar-Vell, wanted to eliminate Hala and everyone who stood in his way. Mar-Vell conscience’s broke free of the Phoenix’s hold in his dying moments, and he gave his life to avert calamity. Captain Marvel can sometimes defeat opponents who are much stronger than himself thanks to his superhuman strength, cosmic energy projection, flight, and semi-omniscience.
Impossible Man is a cunning shape-shifter from the planet Poppup who has total control over both his molecular make-up and his capacity to bend reality. The molecules in The Impossible Man’s body can be rearranged into any shape he wants at command. Depending on the object or live being he imitates, he may be able to mimic some of its talents and functions.
He can transform into a functioning electric fan, water hose, or jet engine, for instance (although they empower these objects by their own molecular energies rather than by electricity, water, or jet fuel). However, he can only mimic the appearance of an item, like Thor’s enchanted uru hammer, Captain America’s vibranium-adamantium shield, or the Silver Surfer’s cosmic surfboard, and not its unique characteristics.
Morg participated with a rebel army on his native planet that was fighting their Queen. He always wanted to be of service to the powerful. The size of the queen’s army put an end to his insurrection. He was taken prisoner, and the queen offered him and the remaining survivors one more opportunity to serve her. Morg abandoned his companions and sided with the queen because he was lured to the strong. He was then appointed an executioner, and his first responsibility was to put his old allies to death, which he did without hesitation.
Galactus then came toward his world. Morg displayed a respectful but unafraid resistance in the face of the enormous monster instead of showing fear. Galactus chose to appoint this ruthless and remorseless specimen as his newest herald after being impressed by Morg’s behavior and wary after losing countless heralds to bouts of conscience.
Galactus created Tyrant ages ago, but their divergent personalities tore them apart, and Tyrant grew envious of his maker. Galactus is a hermit who is trying to survive since he is aware that if he gorges on the universe, he will soon starve to death. Tyrant, on the other hand, simply cherished brutal conflict after bloody conflict, which he used as fuel for any conquest.
Tyrant’s creator Galactus depowered and lost him in his previous form, which was larger and nearly as powerful as Galactus. As a result, Tyrant was reduced to a weaker current state. When Tyrant was last seen, he absorbed power from planetary biospheres, and each planet Galactus destroyed made Tyrant weaker.
Kallark was once a bright young cadet fighter of a proud bloodline back on his home planet Strontia before he became the Preator of the Imperial Guard known as Gladiator who had been educated under Deathbird, Lilandra’s evil sister. A strong species that places duty and honor above all else and has vowed allegiance to the Shi’Ar monarchy after being freed from the Wraith Plague by the former Emperor.
Gladiator is a member of the alien Strontians race. Strontians have various physical qualities that are superior to those of the human race and an extremely long lifespan. However, some Strontians are chosen to go through the “Gladiator procedure” in order to be chosen as the Strontian race’s representative in the Imperial Guard.
The Runner (Gilpetperdon), who was born more than 5 billion years ago, is the final member of his unnamed civilization. The Runner’s past, his race’s name, his culture, and how he came to be an Elder Of The Universe are all mostly unknown. All that is known about him is that he ingested the power primal, which is the Big Bang’s leftover energy, and that, at some point during his eons-old existence, he encountered and befriended the Elders of the Universe. Running freely to far locations in the universe was his pleasure.
After responding to a psychic contact, he quickly traveled light years to Titan, where he saw Moondragon. She was so extraordinary that he wanted to take her on his intergalactic journey. They ventured through the galaxies together once she agreed.
Professor Charles Xavier, the telepathic creator of the X-Men, and the mutant known as Magneto, Master of Magnetism, combined their mutant powers to create Onslaught, a sentient psionic being. Magneto removed the Adamantium from Wolverine’s skeleton during a fight between the X-Men and Magneto’s Acolytes.
His abilities included the capacity to cause delusions, momentary paralysis of the mind or body, loss of particular memories, or complete amnesia. Additionally, he had the ability to sense mutants nearby and send mind-numbing mental bolts. Additionally, both natural and artificial magnetic fields could be shaped and controlled by Onslaught. He can also project all kinds of electromagnetic radiation.
His body was burned to a crisp when Kevin MacTaggert’s mutant powers appeared. Kevin’s mother, Moira MacTaggert, put him in a chamber of her own creation as a defense against his abilities and those of others. Due to his apparent never-ending agony, Kevin became insane during this period and harbored intense resentment toward his parents. He changed his name to Proteus.
Proteus confronted the X-Men members Phoenix, Madrox, the Multiple Man, and Polaris who were on Muir Island at the time after escaping imprisonment; although easily defeating Polaris and the Multiple Man, Phoenix almost killed him. The mutant power to twist and reorganize reality itself belongs to Proteus. He is by far the strongest mutant and one of the most dangerous.
Cain Marko was raised by his father Kurt after the death of his mother when he was a young child. Dr. Brian Xavier, a problematic colleague of Cain’s father, passed away, and Cain’s father married Xavier’s widow, Sharon. They relocated to Westchester, New York’s Xavier Mansion, which later became the Xavier Institute for Higher Learning. In part because his father preferred him to Cain, Cain bullied his step brother Charles. Cain had no idea that Charles had developed a mutant ability that allowed him to read peoples’ minds, including his.
One of the most physically strong and powerful characters in the Marvel Universe, The Juggernaut is capable of competing with and even outperforming heroes like Thor and Hulk. The Crimson Gem of Cyttorak, which Cyttorak uses to channel his magical energy into his avatar, provides Cain Marko with its power.
The Hulk can survive in space thanks to his gamma-irradiated physiology. Gamma radiation is produced by the Hulk/Banner in proportion to stress (caused by his own physical effort, anger, or external forces), and it increases as a result. This process results in stronger cellular mass (stronger DNA, which in turn produces stronger/denser organic tissues), negating what would otherwise be a lethal force in order to survive.
The Hulk has unmatched talents for regenerative healing, stamina, and durability thanks to the expansion of his gamma-ray-fueled transformation, which gives him virtually infinite strength. His limitless strength usually depends on his emotions, especially his rage.
The antithesis of Eternity and the personification of destruction is Abraxas. Galactus kept him under control by consuming planets to save the energies needed to imprison him. Abraxas was released soon after the events of Galactus: The Devourer and set out right away to wipe out not only Earth-616 but all other parallel universes. The one item that could possibly stop him, the Ultimate Nullifier, was needed even though he was perfectly capable of collapsing universes by distorting the walls of spatial space.
Because of his nearly infinite cosmic power, Abraxas was able to travel between dimensions at will, reorganize matter, and exert massive energy manipulations. Abraxas has displayed tremendous strength. Galactus has been beaten by him many times in the past, and he has also obliterated reality’s planes. He has so immense strength that he can destroy entire galaxies in a single blow. Abraxas is also quite knowledgeable.
One of the Tyannan spacecraft was hit by a meteor and sent onto the volcanic planet of Arthros long ago in the Negative Zone when the Tyannans planted life spores on lifeless planets. The crew expelled spores before dying. One of the spores turned into an insect-like monster several years later. He had a mutation that gave him a very high IQ.
He utilized a unique helmet to integrate all the knowledge of the cutting-edge Tyannan technology into himself after discovering the wreckage of a Tyannan spacecraft. He gained a “Cosmic Control Rod” and bodily armaments as a result, becoming stronger and more intelligent. The beast was given the name Annihilus. He went out to exterminate anything that threatened his existence and intended to conquer or destroy every planet close to Arthros. Other creatures also emerged from the spores, but Annihilus ruled over them with the help of his strength.
Terminus is an extraordinarily strong being. At first, it was even claimed that his strength rivaled that of the powerful Galactus. It will take some time to determine if this is an accurate comparison because Terminus has never quite elicited or performed on the same level as the globe devourer. However, teams of Avengers and X-Men were required to overcome Terminus because of his immeasurable might.
Since Terminus’ exterior shell is made of an organic metallic material and has the ability to repair itself, even if harm were to be done onto the outside layer, it would seek to quickly heal and restore itself. This makes Terminus incredibly resilient. He is fully capable of surviving in space, and the procedure of entering a planet’s atmosphere, which is fraught with danger, is of little concern.
A very strong being from Earth named Sentry. He has class 100 strength and the ability to fly quickly. Additionally, he possesses incredibly strong telepathic abilities that dwarf those of Professor Xavier, who was thought to be the planet’s strongest telepath. He once erased his existence from everyone’s memory on earth. It is said that he even managed to slow down the all-knowing Galactus, which is practically unimaginable.
Even dead things can be revived by him. Ironman asserts that he lacks any physical deficiencies. Additionally, he has energy that is potent enough to calm down the angry Hulk. He has such keen hearing that, when in New York, he can hear the heartbeat of a butterfly in Africa. He was named the planet’s toughest hero and boasted the strength of a million bursting suns.
Wendell Vaughn is a cosmically powered superhero known as Quasar and a former agent of SHIELD. Quasar, who has Quantum Bands that can manipulate energy, was chosen by Eon to take Captain Marvel’s place as Protector of the Universe. He has served as a valuable member of the Avengers and a friend to the Guardians of the Galaxy. He formerly oversaw Project PEGASUS, served as the Avatar of Infinity, and was the leader of the teams Starmasters and Annihilators, both of which were short-lived.
Quasar can create constructs of any shape, such as force fields, enormous weaponry, and a suit of protective armor, using his Quantum Bands to control all types of energy. He can fly, teleport into the Quantum Zone, and avoid telepathic and mental attacks thanks to the bands.
Earth-616’s Zhib-Ran is Hyperion’s civilian name, and he lived in the microverse. Later, he joined the Squadron Sinister, a group of supervillains. This Hyperion, according to his own narrative, had been chosen to lead a world in the Microverse. He was captured by a strong Galactic Maelstrom after Genis-Vell unintentionally destroyed his planet, but The Grandmaster managed to save him.
Hyperion is an Eternal with numerous superhuman abilities. Hyperion from Earth-13034 claimed that Earth-616’s Sun was less filtered for some reason when he visited. As a result of his powers emanating from the Sun, this made him even stronger. He has superhuman reaction and movement times. While fighting Gladiator, he was reacting and moving at a millisecond rate, but this was the Earth-712 version of him.
The Roma ancestry of his mother contributes to Doctor Doom’s potential in the mystic arts. He gained these skills from his time spent in Tibet with a covert order of monks. By going back in time and discovering lost Dark Arts, he improved his skills. Doom is one of the most powerful sorcerers and a prospective Sorcerer Supreme, according to Doctor Strange, who once thought of him as a magically skilled but merely mid-level wizard.
He has enough skill and might to compete with sorcerers like Doctor Voodoo, the current Sorcerer Supreme, and Morgan le Fay. He probably knows more about casting spells than Doctor Strange, the former Sorcerer Supreme. He has technologies that perform many of the same tasks, but he values his scientific knowledge more highly. Doctor Doom demonstrated some magical skills in Marvel Avengers Alliance, including Magic Bolt, Ring Imperial, and Steal Essence.
One of the smartest people on Earth, the High Evolutionary is incredibly versed not only in the biological and medical domains, but also in the technological ones. He not only improved his intelligence after evolving his brain, but he also gained access to some of the extrasensory abilities of the brain, including telepathy, telekinesis, and a limited sort of cosmic awareness. A danger sense and some clairvoyance/precognition are among his other enhanced senses.
The High Evolutionary evolved into his highly developed cybernetic exoskeleton as a part of his process of development. He is incredibly resistant to attack, force fields, size changes, levitation, and flight because of the armor. He gains a lot of strength from the armor, and the hands of the armor can release strong blasts.
Agon, the head of the ruling Council of Genetics, and Rynda, the director of the Prenatal Care Center, two of Attilan’s greatest geneticists, gave birth to Black Bolt as Blackagar Boltagon. Bolt was exposed to the mutagenic Terrigen Mists while still an embryo, and as a result, he was born with unusual abilities that even exceeded those of the Inhumans.
The capacity to control free floating electrons is Black Bolt’s main superpower. His brain’s speech center has a special organic system that can produce an unidentified particle that interacts with the electrons he absorbs to produce specific events under his mental control.
The Adversary wants to end this universe and create a brand-new one that would be under his complete power. Due to his energetic nature and lack of a physical body, magic is required to vanquish him. However, he has also demonstrated a weakness to cold iron, steel, and adamantium.
Adversary was known to the Cheyenne Nation, and their shaman, Naze, frequently engaged in combat with him. He is capable of taking any form he likes. Magic can be used to defeat them, but most forms of physical force won’t work. Iron, steel, and adamantium are all weak points for him.
As the strongest Frost Giant, Ymir is the leader of the Frost Giants. He and his brothers live in Asgard’s Niflheim, where he governs. He is so old that he predates all of the gods. Surtur is the only other entity in Norse cosmology older than him.
Ymir is one of the most potent beings ever discovered as a result. He possesses all the same skills as other frost giants, but much more so. He is far larger than the other frost giants, stronger, and more harm resistant than even the thunder god Thor. His body has the ability to produce a powerful cold. He has the ability to freeze almost everything. Ymir is eternal and resistant to the effects of time because she is an elemental. Even if his body is destroyed completely, he can reconstruct it psychologically and even if it is shattered.
Vulcan is an omega level mutant. As each of his brothers, Cyclops and Havok, can absorb specific types of energies and rechannel those energies from their bodies, Vulcan possesses abilities that are comparable to those of his siblings. His brothers are known to be immune to one another’s powers, yet they appear to be vulnerable to Vulcan’s (he manages to hurt Cyclops with no apparent trouble). This might be a result of Vulcan’s extraordinarily high level of power or his capacity for energy control.
With the use of his talents, Vulcan can fly, float, and travel between stars. Vulcan had the ability to concentrate his energy into force fields and various forms. By lifting and moving objects, the effect of his energy creations may be exploited to mimic telekinesis. Even people can appear as his energy constructions.
One of the rare characters in the Marvel Universe who is regarded as a nexus-being is Sise-Neg. Nexus creatures were characterized as “rare individual entities with the potential to change probabilities and consequently the future” by Uatu the Watcher. In the Marvel Universe, Sise-Neg is the only person who has so far shown that she is capable of traveling through time and expelling magical energy from other beings.
Due to Sise-Neg’s extraordinary abilities, he was able to forcibly absorb magical energy from universes that were wholly separate from the one in which he lived. This was demonstrated when, when Strange and Mordo were engaged in combat in a totally different universe, he absorbed magical energy from both of them.
For centuries, Amatsu-Mikaboshi was regarded as the Japanese deity of evil and chaos. But contrary to popular perception, Mikaboshi is actually a manifestation of Oblivion, the nothingness that serves as the standard by which Eternity and his counterparts are measured. Before The Creation Event knocked him off his cosmic perch and reduced him to the status of a simple Godling, Mikaboshi was the Multiverse itself.
Mikaboshi possessed the typical traits of a member of the order of Japanese deities known as the Kami, including superhuman strength, speed, durability, agility, endurance, and recuperative powers. He also had a high level of skill in the use of powerful Japanese dark magic, a type of sorcery that appears to be particularly effective against the Olympian deities.
The Power Primordial, the ancient forces released at and from the creation of the cosmos, enhances and fuels the body of the Champion. The champion has superhuman skills that are significantly superior to those of most superhuman and even cosmically powered beings thanks to the Power Primordial.
Unlike other Elders of the Universe, Champion made the decision to focus his powerful energies inside of himself. His energy makes his body the ideal combat machine by enhancing his strength, speed, agility, and endurance. He can neither die nor be killed by any traditional means because of the energy in his body that makes him everlasting. Even “ordinary” immortals cannot compare to Champion’s level of immortality.
Skaar’s power derives from his emotions, just like his father the Hulk. Skaar probably has the capacity for extremely high levels of physical strength because he is the son of the man who calls himself “the strongest there is.” Skaar possesses nearly inexhaustible strength given that he uses the Old Power and Gamma blood (like the Hulk).
He can use the Old Power to increase his strength even more. He once used a city’s 100 trillion tons of kinetic energy to battle the Hulk, and he effortlessly launched Juggernaut into space on another occasion. Skaar has been observed punching creatures from great distances, destroying the Sakaar dragons, toppling tanks, and defeating Ben Grimm with ease. He can use the Old Power to amplify limits. Skaar has tremendous leg strength as well, which enables him to make long leaps.
Hercules was one of Zeus’ six Olympian sons and was destined to become both the Gods’ and humanity’s rescuer. Hercules, also known as the Prince of Power, is one of the world’s strongest beings, an Olympian God, and a contemporary superhero whose prowess is known all over the world. He has defended the globe as a champion of humanity since ancient times, and he still does it today, most commonly as a member of the Avengers.
Hercules was naturally born a half-god because of his biological mother, Alcmena, and a half-human because of his biological father, Zeus, the king of the Olympian gods. His stepmother, Hera, queen of the Olympian gods, breastfed him as a child, nurturing him with her holy milk, which greatly enhanced his already godlike physiology.
One of the oldest entities ever is a strange being known only as The Grandmaster. He enjoys playing board games and other games of a similar nature. He likes to play games like that, like getting two superhero teams to fight it out to the death. He once had the Mind Gem, which made him almost unstoppable at the moment, but Thanos stole it from him.
The Grandmaster has broad knowledge in all branches of science thanks to his superior intelligence. But he spends most of his time plotting and playing games, using weaker creatures as pawns. Despite the fact that he detests physical conflict in and of itself, he is a powerful opponent despite having no combat skills.