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Feat: Hyperion, ‘Avengers’ #4

 

HYPERION Marcus Milton
(Earth-13034)

In Avengers’ (2013) #4, titled “The Death and Resurrection of Major Titans”, Hyperion performs a super strength feat. In a flashback, Hyperion’s origin story is told: He survived the destruction of his home world in an incursion event that collapsed two universes together by holding them apart until they eventually collapsed.

How much strength does it take for Hyperion to hold apart two collapsing universes in an incursion event?

In ‘Avengers’ (2013) #4, Hyperion performs a super strength feat. In a flashback, Hyperion’s origin story is told: He survived the destruction of his home world in an incursion event that collapsed two universes together by holding them apart until they eventually collapsed. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

HYPERION HELD APART THE INCURSION OF TWO COLLAPSING UNIVERSES BY HOLDING TWO EARTHS APART.

SINCE THE TOTAL ENERGY OF THE UNIVERSE IS ZERO BECAUSE THE POSITIVE ENERGY OF MATTER IS CANCELED BY THE NEGATIVE ENERGY OF ITS GRAVITATIONAL FIELD, HYPERION HELD APART TWO COLLAPSING UNIVERSES WITH ZERO ENERGY.

SUPER STRENGTH FEAT:

MULTIVERSAL

                       

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LINKS

Marcus Milton (Earth-13034) in Marvel Database.
Avengers Vol 5 4 in Marvel Database.

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