Feat: Superman, ‘DCeased’ #6

IN CRISES

SUPERMAN (KAL-EL)
DCEASED

In ‘DCeased’ (2019) #6, titled “End of the World”, Superman performs an energy projection feat. Superman has succumbed to the Anti-Life Virus and battles the heroes of Earth. Faced with the overwhelming odds of the Green Lantern Corps, Superman absorbs the yellow sun condemning the solar system to grow cold and die.

How much energy projection does it take for Superman to absorb Sol?

Superman absorbed the energy of Sol, triggering a fusion process that caused Sol to go supernova within a minute.

Superman generated THE EQUIVALENT OF 1.8*10^47 JOULES of energy, 3292 TIMES THE ENERGY PRODUCED BY THE SOLAR SYSTEM, ENOUGH TO DESTROY A LARGE STAR.

ENERGY PROJECTION FEAT:

GALAXY

                       

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Superman has been turned into the Anti-Living by the Anti-Life Virus. Faced with overwhelming odds at the arrival of the Green Lantern Corps, Superman heads for the sun. Superman absorbs Sol condemning the solar system to grow cold and die.

We will use the lifetime of the sun in order to calculate the energy projection of Superman.

NUMBER CRUNCHING

Superman absorbed Sol causing the yellow sun to collapse and turn supernova within a minute. According to Homework 7 : Sunshine & Sunspots, the fusion process normally converts 0.7 percent of the mass of the sun to energy and uses 10 percent of its mass. In Superman’s case, since the process took about a minute, the fusion process used 100 percent of the sun’s mass.

Let’s calculate the amount of energy in the supernova.

E = mc2 = (2*10^30 kg)(3*10^8 m/s)^2 = 1.8*10^47 J.

ENERGY PROJECTION

Superman absorbed the energy of Sol, triggering a fusion process that caused Sol to go supernova within a minute.

Superman generated 1.8*10^47 J of energy. Superman had to generate a Galaxy Level of Energy Projection in order to absorb Sol.

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Calculations for Superman, ‘DCeased’ #6

Mass Of Sol = 2*10^30 kg.

E = mc2 = (2*10^30 kg)(3*10^8 m/s)^2 = 1.8*10^47 J. Ratio Of Energy Per Solar System = (1.8*10^47 J* 1 year*1 month*1 day*1 hr)/(3.846*10^26 J/s*4.571*10^9 years*12 months*30 days*24 hr*3600 s) = 3291.81758307.


SOURCES

DCeased Vol 1 6 in DC Database.
Homework 7 : Sunshine & Sunspots in Institute For Astronomy University of Hawaii.

Super Power Explained: Is Magneto’s Mastery Of Magnetism Stellar or Solar System?

SUPER POWER

In 'X-Men' (1978) #112, Magneto defeats Phoenix and Wolverine.
In ‘X-Men’ (1978) #112, Magneto defeats Phoenix and Wolverine. Photo/Marvel Comics

IN SUPER POWER EXPLAINED

Magneto is one of the most powerful beings in the Marvel Universe. He is an enemy of the X-Men and an enemy of humanity. Magneto has on multiple occasions, attempted to destroy the human race in order to champion the cause of mutants.

Magneto is known as the Master of Magnetism and an Omega Level mutant. What is Magneto’s super power called Magnetism?

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Magnetokinesis: Magneto has comprehensive control over all forms of magnetism and utilizes that control to manipulate any metal and achieve a variety of effects. He recently proved able to effectively hold together the headless form of a Celestial. Magneto can manipulate an entire planet’s electromagnetic field and once even pulled back the giant metallic ‘bullet’ where Kitty Pryde was trapped inside, which was at least a few light-years away from Earth, though these are tasks that require great effort on his part. Magneto’s power is comparable with Phoenix’s, he has harnessed magnetism to stop armies, raise islands from ocean floors, move mountains, change the course of rivers, and threaten to devastate the world with floods and earthquakes.

Max Eisenhardt (Earth-616), Marvel Database

Because the Phoenix consumes stars, and Magneto matches her Power Level, it may seem that Magneto’s Power Level is Solar System+.

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‘X-MEN’ #112

In 'X-Men' (1978) #112, Magneto defeats Phoenix and Wolverine.
In ‘X-Men’ (1978) #112, Magneto defeats Phoenix and Wolverine. Photo/Marvel Comics

In ‘X-Men’ (1978) #112, Magneto uses the super power of Magnetism to match the Phoenix’s cosmic power. Magneto shapes the Earth’s magnetosphere to create a “bottle-effect” around Phoenix, siphoning away her cosmic power.1 Magneto defeats Phoenix. However, this was a Phoenix that was growing in power.

During the ‘Dark Phoenix’ (1980) saga, Phoenix is driven insane by the fires of life and death, and causes the near extinction of the planet D’Bari by consuming its sun. This Power Level is definitely Solar System+.

In 'X-Men' (1980) #135, Phoenix consumes the D'Bari star causes the near extinction of the D'Bari.
In ‘X-Men’ (1980) #135, Phoenix consumes the D’Bari star causes the near extinction of the D’Bari. Photo/Marvel Comics.

At the end of the saga, Phoenix was killed by committing suicide. Of course, Phoenix ultimately resurrected and it turned out that the Phoenix is actually a cosmic firebird Multiversal in Power Level. Nevertheless, In ‘X-Men’ (1978) #112, Magneto was able to match the Phoenix’s power to be Solar System+ Power Level.

HOW POWERFUL IS MAGNETO?

IN ‘AVX:VS’ #1, IRON MAN IN BLEEDING EDGE ARMOR GOES TOE TO TOE WITH MAGNETO WHO WAS SIPHONING THE MAGNETIC ENERGY OF NEARBY PLANETS

In 'AvX: Vs' #1, Bleeding Edge Armor Iron Man goes toe to toe with Magneto.
In ‘AvX: Vs’ #1, Bleeding Edge Armor Iron Man goes toe to toe with Magneto. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

In ‘Super Power Explained: How Smart Is Iron Man?’, we looked at Iron Man’s Bleeding Edge Armor. In ‘AvX: Vs’ #1, Magneto demonstrated he can siphon the magnetic power of nearby planets in the solar system. Magneto demonstrated at least a Stellar+ Power Level.

Since Magneto displayed Stellar+ power in his battle against Iron Man and was able to match Phoenix’s power, he is at least Stellar+ in Power Level. This indicates Magneto’s higher end power is Solar System+ since he can siphon the energy of nearby planets in the solar system and defeat Phoenix before she became Dark Phoenix.

As a result, Magneto’s Mastery of Magnetism extends to the solar system and is Solar System+ Level.

ENERGY PROJECTION POWER LEVEL:

SOLAR SYSTEM+

                       

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SOURCES

X-Men Vol 1 112 in Marvel Database.
Max Eisenhardt (Earth-616) in Marvel Database.
X-Men Vol 1 135 in Marvel Database.
AVX: Vs Vol 1 1 in Marvel Database.

FOOTNOTES

  1. X-Men #112.

Feat: Martian Manhunter, ‘JLA: Earth-2’

 

MARTIAN MANHUNTER (J’ONN J’ONNZ)
NEW EARTH

In ‘JLA: Earth-2’ (2000), Martian Manhunter performs an energy projection feat. Martian Manhunter faces the destruction of Earth by the Crime Syndicate of America. During the destruction, Martian Manhunter mind blasts Ultraman to submission.

How much energy projection does it take to mind blast Ultraman to submission?

In 'JLA: Earth-2 2000', Martian Manhunter mind blasts Ultraman to submission.
In ‘JLA: Earth-2’ (2000), Martian Manhunter performs an energy projection feat. Martian Manhunter mind blasts Ultraman to submission. Photo/DC Comics

MARTIAN MANHUNTER MIND BLASTED ULTRAMAN WITH ENOUGH A POWER OF 1.4616249 ZETTA JOULES TO SUBMISSION.

MARTIAN MANHUNTER GENERATED THE EQUIVALENT OF THE ENERGY PRODUCED BY A BLACK HOLE THE SIZE OF THE SUN ENOUGH TO DESTROY A COUNTRY.

ENERGY PROJECTION FEAT:

PLANETARY

                       

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SOURCES

JLA: Earth-2 in DC Database.

Feat: Fernus, ‘JLA’ #86

 

FERNUS
NEW EARTH

In ‘JLA’ (2003) #86, titled “Trial By Fire, Part 3”, Fernus performs an energy projection feat. the Justice League of America faces Fernus as he attempts to bring nuclear war on Earth. In the Fortress of Solitude, Fernus kills several hundred White Martians in the Phantom Zone.

How much energy projection does it take to kill several hundred White Martians in the Phantom Zone?

In 'JLA' (2003) #86, Fernus kills several hundreds White Martians in the Phantom Zone in the Fortress of Solitude.
In ‘JLA’ (2003) #86, Fernus performs an energy projection feat. Fernus kills several hundreds White Martians in the Phantom Zone in the Fortress of Solitude. Photo/DC Comics

FERNUS KILLED SEVERAL HUNDRED WHITE MARTIANS IN THE FORTRESS OF SOLITUDE WITH THE BURNING.

FERNUS THE BURNING KILLED SEVERAL HUNDRED SUPERMAN-LEVEL WHITE MARTIANS EACH WITH THE POWER OF THE SUN GENERATING 3.846*10^26 J AT OPTIMUM ENERGY PROJECTION.

ENERGY PROJECTION SUPER FEAT:

GALAXY

                       

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SOURCES

JLA Vol 1 86 in DC Database.

Feat: Cyborg, ‘Justice League’ #4

CYBORG
(VICTOR STONE)

PRIME EARTH

In ‘Justice League’ (2012) #4, titled ‘Justice League: Part Four’, Cyborg performs an energy projection feat. Cyborg awakes in the red room in S.T.A.R Labs and is confused. In a group parademons’ attack, Cyborg vaporizes a parademon with his White Noise Cannon.

How much energy does it take to vaporize a parademon with a sonic attack?

In 'Justice League #4' (2011), Cyborg vaporizes a parademon with a White Noise Cannon.
In ‘Justice League #4’ (2011), Cyborg performs an energy projection feat. Cyborg vaporizes a parademon with a White Noise Cannon. Photo/DC Comics

CYBORG UNLEASHED 6.38*10^44 TONS VAPORIZING THE PARADEMON WITH THE WHITE NOISE CANNON.

THE WHITE NOISE CANNON GENERATED THE EQUIVALENT OF 8.80*10^47 N OR 1.49*10^39 TONS OF TNT, CAPABLE OF DESTROYING A LARGE STAR.

ENERGY PROJECTION SUPER FEAT:

SOLAR SYSTEM

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Feat: Cyborg, ‘Justice League #6’

CYBORG

(Victor Stone)

PRIME EARTH

In ‘Justice League #6’ (2012), Cyborg performs an energy projection feat. Cyborg faces the menaces of Darkseid and the parademons. During the invasion of Prime Earth, Cyborg uses the Father Box bonded to his interface to close the Boom Tubes on Earth and send Darkseid and the parademons back to Apokolips, ending the invasion of Prime Earth.

How much energy does it take to close 81 Boom Tubes on Prime Earth?

In 'Justice League #6' (2012), Cyborg uses the power of the Father Box that is bonded to his interface to close the Boom Tubes and send Darkseid back to Apokolips, ending the invasion. (Photo/DC Comics)
In ‘Justice League #6’ (2012), Cyborg performs an energy projection feat. Cyborg uses the power of the Father Box that is bonded to his interface to close the Boom Tubes and send Darkseid back to Apokolips, ending the invasion. (Photo/DC Comics)

CYBORG UNLEASHED 1.28 * 10^78 TONS CLOSING 81 BOOM TUBES CAPABLE OF WITHSTANDING THE FTL TRANSPORT OF 81 SUNS!

THE BOOM TUBES PACKED THE EQUIVALENT OF 1.254 * 10^79 N OR 3.00*10^69 TONS OF TNT, ENOUGH THE ENERGY REQUIRED FOR SPACE TRAVEL FROM OA TO THE CENTER OF THE MILKY WAY GALAXY CAPABLE OF DESTROYING A GALAXY!

ENERGY PROJECTION FEAT:

GALAXY

                       

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