The Mightiest Punch! (Part III)

Some rules:

  1. Only the four major companies: DC, Marvel, Image and Dark Horse were selected!
  2. Punches were selected based on levels of power and importance in determining the outcome of events, not on importance only.
  3. Read rule 2. As a result, they included mostly 100-ton characters and above.
  4. 10 punches were selected for the title of The Mightiest Punch!
  5. The punches were weighed but must still be voted to determine which is The Mightiest Punch!

See Part I and Part II. Today, we go godly!

Chaos War Hercules, ‘Chaos War #5’ (2010)

Having attained true omnipotence and omniscience, Chaos War Hercules punches Mikaboshi, the Chaos King, a defeat that gets him teleported to Hera’s bubble universe by Galactus.

In 'Chaos War#5' (2010), Chaos War Hercules punches Mikaboshi, the Chaos King and wins the battle!
Photo: ‘Chaos War #5’. Marvel Comics.

The Mightiest Punch! Super Feat:

High-End Multiversal

Super-Strength: Able to destroy planets, stars, galaxies, universes and the multiverse with their punches, attacks and lifting strength.
Peak human MetahumanCity blockMountainContinentPlanetaryStellarSolar SystemUniversalMultiversalBoundless

Earth-2 Superman, ‘Crisis On Infinite Earths #12’ (1986)

In ‘Crisis On Infinite Earths #12’, Earth-2 Superman having lost everything to Anti-Monitor, destroys him with a punch in the anti-matter universe that ends the threat! Once and for all!

In 'Crisis On Infinite Earths #12', Earth-2 Superman having lost everything to Anti-Monitor, destroys him with a punch in the anti-matter universe that ends the threat!
Photo: ‘Crisis On Infinite Earths #12’. DC Comics.

The Mightiest Punch! Super Feat:

Multiversal

Super-Strength: Able to destroy planets, stars, galaxies, universes and the multiverse with their punches, attacks and lifting strength.
Peak humanMetahumanCity blockMountainContinentPlanetaryStellarSolar SystemUniversalMultiversalBoundless

Vote below! Results will be posted on May 8th 2020.

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