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Super Power: How Silver Surfer’s Power Cosmic Matches Against Mjolnir, Thor’s Enchanted Hammer (Film, TV and Comic)

 

SUPER POWER

Silver Surfer's cosmic blast keeps Mjolnir away from Thor.
In Silver Surfer (1969) #4, Silver Surfer’s cosmic blast keeps Mjolnir away from Thor. Photo/Marvel Comics

IN COSMIC HIERARCHY

IN MARTIAL ARTS

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SILVER SURFER AND THOR ARE MARVEL’S TWO STRONGEST HEROES

In 2021, King in Black concluded with an emphatic victory for Venom and Marvel heroes. After defeating Knull, Venom became the new King in Black endowed with omniscience and omnipotence. Though the power hierarchy at Marvel has changed, two heroes have remained its strongest defenders.

In fact, Silver Surfer and Thor are the heroes the Marvel Universe calls upon during the most critical times. When Knull battled the universe again, he invaded Earth with his hordes of dragons and Klyntar.

When all seemed hopeless, Cosmic King Thor battled Knull one-on-one but was eventually defeated. After, the Enigma Force used Silver Surfer who transported the God of Light to Earth to resume his epic battle against Knull. However, the Enigma Force chose Venom as Captain Universe.

Let’s look at how Silver Surfer’s Power Cosmic and Thor’s Enchanted Hammer match against each other across various media.

 

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TV: THE POWER COSMIC IS FOR SPACE TRAVEL

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In 1998, Marvel Entertainment Group produced Silver Surfer: The Animated Series. In a 13-episode season, the series showcased Surfer’s adventures across the cosmos in order to find his homeworld Zenn-La.

For the most part, the cosmic adventures broke story-rules and the finale even had an unexpected ending. However, one important aspect of the character is that the Power Cosmic grants him vast space travel powers.

In fact, the cosmic hero is able to engage in space battles against alien armadas, dodge comets or even travel through wormholes. In the finale, Silver Surfer even travels in a universe where time is flowing backwards!

TV: THOR’S MJOLNIR IS ENCHANTED

In What If? Season 1 Episode 7, in an alternature timeline Thor is raised without his adopted brother Loki. Certainly, he grows up a brash and party-loving youth. On Earth, Captain Marvel comes to stop Thor’s shenanigans.

Then, a rumble follows where both combatants spend more time testing each other than getting serious. In multiple instances, Mjolnir is lost but returns to Thor’s side. Certainly, the enchanted hammer is mystically linked to Thor and is the source of half the god’s power.

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FILM: SILVER SURFER CAN DISH OUT PLANET-BUSTING ATTACKS

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Though critics did not receive the first Fantastic Four film series very well, the movies still succeeded in captivating audiences. In fact, Fantastic Four: Rise of The Silver Surfer delivered awesome action scenes and amazing visuals of Silver Surfer’s CG.

In fact, CBR.com commended the production team on the character design, on Silver Surfer’s other-worldliness and the use of his powers. Perhaps, the most exhilarating scene is the Human Torch‘s high-speed chase of SS from the New York overpass all the way to the upper atmosphere.

However, the conclusion of the movie raises the stakes. In order to save the Earth from impending doom, Silver Surfer dishes out a planet-busting attack and destroys the Devourer of Worlds. Here, the FX are a bit disappointing as Galactus appears as a cosmic space storm.

FILM: THOR’S MJOLNIR CAN BLOW UP A CITY

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Certainly, Marvel Avengers: Age of Ultron performed massively at the box office internationally. However, at Rottentomatoes, critics criticized the film’s over-the-top action and villain. Nevertheless, the movie showed how much the Avengers can accomplish as a squad.

In the final battle, Thor and the Avengers have to battle Ultron and his robot copies in Sokovia in the air. And their objective is to protect the drill, Ultron wants to activate in order to send Sokovia into free fall. In the end, they manage to destroy most of the copies as well as the prime A.I.

However, one of the remaining sentries manages to activate the drill. As Sokovia enters free fall, Iron Man speeds to the bottom of the city, and Thor at the top. When Iron Man overloads the drill, Thor delivers a massive blast of lightning that destroys the city.

COMIC: SILVER SURFER CREATED THE SEEDS OF LIFE

In 'Silver Surfer' (2019) #5, Silver Surfer transforms his board into a sword.

In Silver Surfer: Black, the Sentinel of the Spaceways travels through a black hole and accidentally ends up at the beginning of time. In an effort, to end the threat of Galactus, Surfer ends up fighting Knull, the God of the Living Abyss.

Outmatched, Silver Surfer is contaminated by Knull’s darkness and is turning black. In their final battle, the Sentinel of the Spaceways realizes the threat to the universe. In order for darkness not to consume the beginning, Silver Surfer creates a star.

As the new Galactus is born with the universe, the light of the Surfer is the seed for the new universe. Incredibly, Silver Surfer manages to rout the powerful Knull.

COMIC: COSMIC KING THOR EXECUTED GALACTUS

Thor (2020) #6. Marvel Comics.

Perhaps, one of the most ground-breaking developments in Thor continuity. In order to stem the Black Winter, Galactus and Silver Surfer recruit King Thor’s help. Endowed with the Power Cosmic and Mjolnir, he becomes Cosmic King Thor, Herald of Thunder.

In the conclusion of the story arc, Thor actually executes Galactus for his numerous crimes and genocides using the powerful God blast.

POWER COSMIC ENERGY PROJECTION LEVEL:

UNIVERSAL

Energy Projection: Universal 83%

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ENCHANTED MJOLNIR ENERGY PROJECTION LEVEL:

STELLAR

Energy Projection: Stellar 58%

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Overpowered Beings: Philosophically, #ThoughtRobotIsNecessary To DC Comics

 

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THOUGHT ROBOT IS SECOND TO MONITOR-MIND THE OVERVOID

Thought Robot (Cosmic Armor Superman). DC Comics.

Before the Thought Robot vs Mandrakk battle, Superman and company were stranded in Limbo. Indeed, it was the Final Crisis, and Monitrix Zillo Valla had recruited the super-champions of the multiverse.

To this end, their quest was to recover the Ultramenstruum, the substance of life. But, they had to stop Mandrakk first, the Dark Monitor who held the Ultramenstruum or Bleed.

Near Cosmic Midnight, Mandrakk’s forces closed in on Superman and company. While struggling to hold with their inoperative ship, Captain Adam unlocked his power.

With quantum superposition, Adam was able to fuse together two dualities: Superman and Ultraman. With their selves fused onto a higher plane of existence, the new being ascended to Nil or Heaven.

There, they became Thought Robot. At Cosmic Midnight, Cosmic Armor Superman faced the enemy of the DC multiverse: Mandrakk.

According to the legend of the Monitors, Thought Robot is a 4-D Doomsday Weapon whose sole purpose is to defeat the Ultimate Enemy. In effect, Thought Robot is moved by the story of Superman and can become as strong as needed in response to his enemy’s attack.

Consequently, Cosmic Armor Superman has the power of Reactive Evolution. As a Doomsday Weapon, Thought Robot is the being “of divine metals” that Monitor-Mind The Overvoid formed in order to protect the DC multiverse.1

Really, the character is second only to Monitor-Mind The Overvoid in importance and power.

OVERPOWERED, THOUGHT ROBOT CAN BREAK THE FOURTH WALL

In 'Final Crisis: Superman Beyond' (2009) #2, Thought Robot breaks the Fourth Wall.
In Final Crisis: Superman Beyond (2009) #2, Thought Robot breaks the Fourth Wall. DC Comics.

Originally, what struck fans was that Thought Robot was the most powerful version of Superman in DC continuity. As matter of fact, Thought Robot is among the few characters in comics that can Break The Fourth Wall.

In literature, drama or theater, this is a meta-fictional technique by which a given character is aware of the audience, the reader or the writer. Moreover, the character is usually depicted addressing the audience, reader or writer.

Related to this case, Thought Robot either addresses the Presence, or is aware of being a character in a comic. In the image above, Cosmic Armor Superman seems to be addressing the Writer, that is, Grant Morrison.

Moreover, this super power can be attributed in part to Clark Kent’s profession of journalism, which is to tell stories. In this case, the journalist becomes the story. Really, this is a very powerful super power, perhaps the greatest.

In this comparison, Thought Robot may be more powerful than Truth Incarnate Wonder Woman.

Moreover, Thought Robot is overpowered and possesses super powers at the level of the Hyperverse. In effect, he is a God or Abstract.

Some of Cosmic Armor Superman’s powers include: 4th wall breakage, plot manipulation, time manipulation, reactive evolution, berserker strength, flight, heat vision, reality warping, quantum manipulation.

 

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PHILOSOPHICALLY, #THOUGHTROBOTISNECESSARY

Thought Robot (Cosmic Armor Superman). DC Comics.

Philosophically, #ThoughtRobotIsNecessary to the DC multiverse. In the mythology created by Grant Morrison, the Writer created the DC multiverse as a story. In that story, the Monitor-Mind the Overvoid is an outerversal being who represents DC comics itself.

However, because of his perfection, the Overvoid could not comprehend the significance of the concept “story.”1 Like a Deus Ex Machina, Thought Robot was built to protect the DC multiverse from the imperfection of story.

In my digital book Superman, The Greatest Story: How Art Deco Meets Plot Device, I argue that Cosmic Armor Superman actually functions as a Monitor. In fact, Morrison perceives the Monitors as angels, whose function it is to tell stories.

Doubly as a journalist and as Thought Robot, Superman functions as a storyteller. And what is the ultimate purpose of the storyteller in society: it is to preserve human civilization.

In a philosophical sense, #ThoughtRobotIsNecessary because stories are the blood of DC Comics and because he makes them intelligible to the Monitors, the Overvoid and a special person dear to Superman.

 

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WHY THOUGHT ROBOT IS AN OVERPOWERED BEING

THOUGHT ROBOT CAN BREAK THE FOURTH WALL

In 'Final Crisis: Superman Beyond' (2009) #2, Thought Robot breaks the Fourth Wall.
In Final Crisis: Superman Beyond (2009) #2, Thought Robot breaks the Fourth Wall. DC Comics.

Perhaps, Thought Robot’s most impressive power. Here, a comic character becomes God, or perhaps, reveals metafiction.

Here, the commentary is that Superman and the DC multiverse are organic, living entities.

As a metafictional character, Cosmic Armor Superman can interface with the Writer. Here, on the page, his hand extends outside of it.

Literally, a comic character touches the Presence, the reader or the Writer. Below, you can find our Power Level Wiki for the feat and others.

THOUGHT ROBOT MANIPULATES THE STORY

In Final Crisis: Superman Beyond (2009) #2, Thought Robot prophesies stories will never end. DC Comics.

At the end of the battle, Thought Robot writes an inscription on his tomb. In Nil, it is a fitting celebration of 81 years of history.

Indeed, Grant Morrison seems to say that stories are enduring.

In fact, Thought Robot seemed to predict the state of the DC Universe after Dark Nights: Death Metal.

Really, read the end of the issue to find out Thought Robot’s “warning” to Mandrakk.2

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REACTIVE EVOLUTION

In 'Final Crisis: Superman Beyond' (2009) #2, Thought Robot battles Mandrakk.
In Final Crisis: Superman Beyond (2009) #2, Thought Robot battles Mandrakk. DC Comics.

HIS HEAT VISION CAST MANDRAKK INTO THE OVERVOID

In Final Crisis: Superman Beyond (2009) #2, Thought Robot battles Mandrakk. DC Comics.

At the end of the battle, Superman demonstrated that his energy projection is Nigh-Omnipotent. After Mandrakk kills Zillo Valla, the battle kicks into high gear.

With Superman on the ropes, bleeding, panting, Mandrakk presses on. Then, the voice of Ultraman helps him re-double his strength.

With multiple attacks, Thought Robot disarms Mandrakk. Finally, in a powerful blast of heat vision, Superman casts Mandrakk into the Overvoid.

Perhaps, one of the best finishing moves in comic battles. In fact, proving that Cosmic Armor Superman is beyond the DC multiverse!


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Krypton: 5 Myths About Rao, Krypton’s Sun God (TV and Comics)

 

KRYPTON

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Overpowered Beings: In ‘What If?’ Short Stories, Uatu The Watcher #BreaksTheFourthWall

 

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FROM THE UNIVERSE’S OLDER RACES, THE WATCHERS SWORE TO OBSERVE

In Original Sin (2014) #0, the Watchers brings nuclear power to the Prosilicans. Marvel Comics.

During the Silver Age, Marvel Comics introduced The Watcher in “The World’s Greatest Comic Magazine!” In Fantastic Four (1963) #13, the Fantastic Four are on a mission to the Blue Area of the moon. In the issue, Mister Fantastic experiments on a rocket fragment.

Then, he decides to travel by rocket to the Blue Area of the moon where the fragment came. However, a Russian scientist in the Soviet Union named Ivan Kragoff, is on a mission to the moon. In fact, he has selected his three apes with him, Igor, Piotr and Miklho in order to replicate the Fantastic Four’s powers.

Predictably, the mission succeeds and the villains are granted super powers from cosmic rays. On the moon, the Fantastic Four and Ivan’s team battle. However, the clash is cut short by the first appearance of the Watcher.

After Claiming the Blue Area as his home, he reveals his race’s vow to not interfere in the affairs of alien races and banishes both teams to the ruined city where they battle for superiority.

Forward into the Modern Age, we learn the origin of the race of Watchers’ vow. In the early beginnings of the universe, the Watchers were a technologically advanced and benevolent race. In order to help the planet Prosilicus, Ikor proposed to bring nuclear power to the Prosilican race.

Tragically, the technology led to nuclear warfare and auto-genocide on Prosilicus. Horrified at the Prosilican incident, Ikor created a code of ethics for the race. Now known as the Watchers, the cosmic gods would observe and not interfere.

OVERPOWERED, UATU CAN RESIST AND KILL GALACTUS

In 'Super-Villain Classics' (1983) #1, we find out the origin of Galactus, the Destroyer of Worlds.
In Super-Villain Classics (1983) #1, we find out the origin of Galactus, the Destroyer of Worlds.

In terms of powers, Uatu has been said to be powerful enough to shake a galaxy. Really, the Watcher is a cosmic god who can manipulate cosmic energy on an incalculable scale. As matter of fact, he has been stated to resist the telepathic probes of Galactus, the Destroyer of Worlds.

Furthermore, in Super-Villain Classics (1983) #1, we learn Galactus’ origin story. After the destruction of the previous universe, the Sentience of the Universe protected Galan in a Cosmic Egg. With the birth of the Seventh Cosmos, or Earth-616 universe, Galactus came out of gestation.

In the early universe, the Watchers were among the oldest races. Ecce the Watcher observed the Star God’s emergence and sensed his evil and Cosmic Hunger. In fact, he was powerful enough to kill him. But, sworn to not interfere, he let Galactus depart in his starship.

Like Ecce, Uatu probably is powerful enough to kill a hungry or young Galactus. Notably, Uatu possesses the powers of telepathy, energy manipulation, teleportation, time travel, cosmic awareness, force field generation, flight and immortality on a Multiversal scale.

 

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IN WHAT IF? THE WATCHER #BREAKSTHEFOURTHWALL

The Phoenix Force destroys the Earth-81727 universe.
The Phoenix Force destroys the Earth-81727 universe. Marvel Comics.

By now, Marvel-ites have watched the hit TV show called What If…? on Disney+. In fact, there is a popular battle between an alternate Ultron with The Infinity Stones and the Watcher. Nonetheless, the show is based on the successful Marvel series called What If?

Astoundingly, issues #23 to #31 of the series, showcase short stories by Watcher. Each short story exhibits the Watcher’s nigh-omniscience and his ability to see parallel universes of alternate timelines. In fact, in every issue, the Watcher introduces the short story as he addresses the reader.

Incredibly, this power is called Breaking The Fourth Wall. Here, a comic character or literature character is aware of being part of a story or addresses the reader and audience. Really, this super power suggests the Watcher is an Outerversal being.

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UATU KNEW ABOUT THE ULTIMATE NULLIFIER TO STOP GALACTUS

In 'Fantastic Four (1966) #50, the Human Torch retrieves the Ultimate Nullifier for Mister Fantastic to use against Galactus as specified by Uatu the Watcher.
In Fantastic Four (1966) #50, Mister Fantastic must use the Ultimate Nullifier to stop Galactus from consuming the Earth. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

In The Galactus Trilogy, Watcher helps the Fantastic Four to stop Galactus. As matter of fact, the cosmic god revealed the heroes knowledge about Galactus’ homeworld, Taa II.

Importantly, Uatu knew the only way to stop the Devourer of Worlds was with an advanced technology from the solar system-sized homeworld. Namely, the Ultimate Nullifier.

In the battle Fantastic Four vs Galactus, the super-team was able to stop the end of the world and have Galactus depart with Uatu’s help.

POTENTIALLY, AN OUTERVERSAL BEING WHO #BREAKSTHEFOURTHWALL

The Phoenix Force destroys the Earth-81727 universe.
The Phoenix Force destroys the Earth-81727 universe. Marvel Comics.

In What If?, Uatu addresses the Marvel-ite reader and tells him a short story. Each story is about an alternate timeline in a parallel Marvel universe.

Really, the fact the Watcher can address the reader shows he #BreaksTheFourthWall. In literature, this is the greatest power. Also, Thought Robot Superman shares this power.

Per our calculations, #BreakingTheFourthWall is an Outerversal feat.

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IN WHAT IF? HE CAN SEE ALTERNATE TIMELINES

The Phoenix Force destroys the Earth-81727 universe.
The Phoenix Force destroys the Earth-81727 universe. Marvel Comics.

Generally, the What If? series is about Watcher seeing alternate timelines in the Marvel multiverse and telling the stories to the reader.

Indeed, the Watcher has a Cosmic Awareness that extends to the Multiversal scale. Perhaps, an extension of his time travel powers.

WATCHER HAS THE POWER TO SHAKE A GALAXY

Xakku in 'Tales of Suspense.'
Xakku in Tales of Suspense (1964) #55. Marvel Comics.

Impressively, Watcher has been stated to have the power to shake a galaxy. In Tales of Suspense (1964) #55, Xakku the Sun-Stealer calls him the most powerful being in the galaxy.

To test his vow, Xakku tells him that the sun near his planet is dying out. With his Sun-Stealer, he plans to steal the sun in Uatu’s solar system. After he asks Uatu if he will intervene.

In a whimsical play of events, Xakku’s nefarious plan is foiled when his starship falls into quicksand before it lands on Earth, saving the planet.


LINKS

Original Sin Vol 1 0 in Marvel Database.
Fantastic Four Vol 1 13 in Marvel Database.
Super-Villain Classics Vol 1 1 in Marvel Database.
Fantastic Four Vol 1 50 in Marvel Database.
Galactus Trilogy in Marvel Database.
What If? Vol 1 (1977–2011) in Marvel Database.
Tales of Suspense Vol 1 55 in Marvel Database.
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Marvel Day: 5 Myths About The Celestials (Film, TV and Comics)

 

MARVEL DAY

Writer(s)

Jim Starlin


Penciler(s)

George Perez


Letterer(s)

Jack Morelli


Cover

George Perez


Publisher

Marvel Comics


Publication Date

July, 1991

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WHO ARE THE CELESTIALS?

Originally, the Celestials are a race of extra-dimensional gods. Importantly, they created the Prime Marvel Universe.

However, some misconceptions continue about these nigh-omnipotent beings. Let’s list five myths about the Celestials in comics, TV and movies.

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COMICS, FILM AND TV: MYTH #5. THE CELESTIALS HAVE PHYSICAL BODIES

In the Eternals and Guardians of the Galaxy, the Celestials are gigantic space humanoids. In an interview, ScreenRant reveals the Celestials are 200 miles tall. Indeed, this confirms their actual size in the comics. Though, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and What If…? show that Ego can take the form of a planet and a human-sized form.

However, the Celestials’ physical bodies are actually physical constructs. In the comics, it is revealed that the Celestials’ physical bodies are constructs from extra-dimensional hyper space. In fact,  What If? Newer Fantastic Four (2008) #1, reveals the Celestials’ bodies are moved by willpower or thought.

TV AND FILM: MYTH #4. THE CELESTIALS CREATED THE SIX INFINITY STONES

Perhaps, the most correct myth. In a What If…? episode, Ultron used the Infinity Stones in order to kill Ego the Living Planet. From Avengers: Infinity War, Loki learnt from the Quarry of the Gods that the Celestials created the Six Infinity Stones.

In reality, the Celestials created the Six Singularities before the birth of the Marvel universe. From the Six Singularities, the Six Infinity Stones of infinite power were born. In Guardians of the Galaxy, Eson the Searcher uses the Space Stone to destroy a planet.

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COMICS AND FILM: MYTH #3. THE CELESTIALS ONLY CREATED THE ETERNALS AND THE DEVIANTS

From the Eternals movie, it appears the Celestials only created two races on Earth: the Deviants and the Eternals. In reality, as space Gods, the Celestials created and evolved multiple races throughout the universe.

In the comics, the Celestials are responsible for genetic experiments on homo superior, the mutant race on Marvel Earth. As matter of fact, part of the reason why they are viewed as villains is because they created the X-Men villain named Apocalypse. More on why, the Celestials may or may not be villains.

COMICS AND FILM: MYTH #2. THE CELESTIALS CREATED THE MARVEL MULTIVERSE

Really, this myth is both correct and incorrect. In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Celestials created the Big Bang with the Six Singularities. In fact, the Marvel universe is an endless cycle of rebirth and destruction. However, the Celestials have created only one universe in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

In Marvel comics, the Celestials have created the Marvel multiverse. Indeed, they shaped the early cosmos allowing for the multiverse to be created. Though, Secret Wars shows that the Beyonders may have created the Marvel multiverse. In fact, we argue Pre-Retcon Beyonder as Marvel’s God.

 

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COMICS AND FILM: MYTH #1. THE CELESTIALS ARE VILLAINS

In both Marvel comics and the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Celestials appear as cosmic villains. Though this is correct in the Eternals movie, this myth needs explanation. In reality, the Celestials are both creators and destroyers. Since they created the universe or multiverse, they function according to the laws of evolution.

In the comics, Living Tribunal who is the Cosmic Judge, is responsible for creating and destroying universes to maintain balance. Similarly, the Celestials obey the cycles of creation and destruction of the universe. In effect, they are Gods or Abstracts in the Power Hierarchy. In Thor vs Celestial, we show Exitar the Celestial when he judges the planet Pangoria.

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Overpowered Beings: Cosmic Spider-Man Is #MarvelsMostPowerfulHero

 

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THE ENIGMA FORCE CHOSE SPIDER-MAN

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During the Copper Age, Marvel Comics greatly expanded Spider-Man‘s universe: a new love interest in Felicia Hardy, a new and great black costume and even, new powers. Over the years, Spider-Man’s super powers expanded. In Acts Of Vengeance: Spider-Man & The X-Men, the Enigma Force chooses Spider-Man as the new Captain Universe.

Though the story arc was temporary, it shook the status quo in an impressive way.

Post-Secret Wars, Spider-Man fought an increasing darkness from his alien symbiote. At a time when the hero had finally settled into his marriage with Mary Jane. When Peter least expected it, an accident with an extra-dimensional energy source at Empire State University gave him a serious power-up.

For a time, Peter was plagued by frequent spider-sense shocks and became Cosmic Spider-Man. Read our review to find out about this story arc.

OVERPOWERED, COSMIC SPIDER-MAN HAS SKYFATHER POTENTIAL

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Notably, Spider-Man possesses the proportionate super strength, super speed, agility and senses of a spider. Usually, the hero is a Street Level or Team Wrecker in the Power Hierarchy. According to Essential Official Handbook of The Marvel Universe Vol. 2, Deluxe Edition, Spider-Man can lift 10 tons.

In Amazing Spider-Man (1989) #327, Cosmic Spider-Man showcased why he is a Class 100 powerhouse. In a battle against Magneto, the Champion of the Enigma Force effortlessly lifted a cruise ship.

Really, Cosmic Spider-Man showcased Skyfather potential. In fact, he showed the power of reality-warping as he created a lightning bolt by wishing.

Among his super powers are: Planetary Level super strength, super speed, nigh invulnerability, flight, super vision, telescopic vision, super hearing, matter manipulation, energy projection and energy absorption. Later, we will see why he may be #MarvelsMostPowerfulHero.

 

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IN WHAT IF…? COSMIC SPIDER-MAN BECAME #MARVELSMOSTPOWERFULHERO

In 'What If....? (1981) #31, Cosmic Spider-Man defeats Nebula on his own.
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In What If…? (1991) #31, Cosmic Spider-Man is #MarvelsMostPowerfulHero. In an alternate timeline, we find out what would have happened if Spider-Man had kept the Captain Universe powers. Importantly, the Cosmic Being showcased his Skyfather potential by attempting to solve the world’s problems.

Certainly, the heroes of the Marvel Universe opposed Spider-Man despite his benevolence. Soon, Spider-Man is attacked by a Doombot. When the attack fails, the Skyfather realized his humanity and decided to rid himself of his super powers with Doom’s power stealing device.

In the issue, Cosmic Spider-Man effortlessly defeated Nebula, a being powered by an energy source of near-infinite power.

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WHY COSMIC SPIDER-MAN IS AN OVERPOWERED BEING

AFTER A POWERFUL CLASH, HE DEFEATED LOKI’S TRI-SENTINEL

In Amazing Spider-Man (1989) #329, Cosmic Spider-Man explodes Tri-Sentinel in a powerful blast. Marvel Comics.

In Amazing Spider-Man (1989) #329, Cosmic Spider-Man emerges for the first time. During Acts of Vengeance, various villains attack the heroes.

Particularly,  Loki attempted to destroy the mutant race on Earth. After one final cosmic spider shock, Cosmic Spider-Man springs into action. It is Cosmic Spider-Man vs Tri-Sentinel.

After an intense battle against the colossal Tri-Sentinel, Spider-Man delivers an all-out blast that rim-rattles New York City. Definitely, a City Level of Energy Projection.

IN A SHOWDOWN, COSMIC SPIDER-MAN PUNCHED GREY HULK INTO LOW EARTH ORBIT

In 'Amazing Spider-Man' (1989) #328, Cosmic Spider-Man punches Grey Hulk into orbit.
In Amazing Spider-Man (1989) #328, Cosmic Spider-Man punches Grey Hulk into orbit. Marvel Comics.

In ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ (1989) #328, Grey Hulk challenges #MarvelsMostPowerfulHero. With his new-found powers, Marvel’s villains recruit Hulk to stop Spider-Man.

It is Spider-Man vs Hulk! In titanic battles, Grey Hulk and Cosmic Spider-Man fight. When children are threatened, Spider-Man takes the gloves off. Quickly, he delivers a powerful punch!

Shockingly, the powerful punch lands Grey Hulk in orbit. And Grey Hulk is tough enough to withstand thermite blasts.

Per our calculations, Cosmic Spider-Man performed a Continent-Level of Super Strength with 1.6312706*1015 W of Power.

SUPER STRENGTH FEAT: CONTINENT

Super Strength: Continent 42%

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IN AN ALTERNATE TIMELINE, COSMIC SPIDER-MAN GENERATED NEAR INFINITE POWER

In 'What If....? (1981) #31, Cosmic Spider-Man defeats Nebula on his own.
In What If….? (1981) #31, Cosmic Spider-Man defeats Nebula on his own. Marvel Comics.

In ‘What If….? (1981) #31, Cosmic Spider-Man defeats Nebula on his own. Importantly, Nebula was powered by an energy source of near-infinite power.

Though the feat occurred in an alternate timeline. Perhaps, Cosmic Spider-Man’s near-infinite power can challenge Thanos with the Infinity Gauntlet.

WITH SKYFATHER POTENTIAL, COSMIC SPIDER-MAN HAS REALITY-WARPING POWERS

In 'Web of Spider-Man' (1990) #61, Spider-Man wishes for a lightning bolt.
In Web of Spider-Man (1990) #61, Spider-Man wishes for a lightning bolt. Marvel Comics.

At CBR, Anthony Gramuglia writes Cosmic Spider-Man: How Peter Parker Wielded the Power of Captain Universe. Indeed, he explains the hero’s gain and loss of the Enigma Force.

In Web of Spider-Man (1990) #61, Cosmic Spider-Man shows reality-warping powers. Distraught over the public’s distrust for his new-found powers, Spider-Man wishes for a lightning bolt.

With one powerful blast, he creates a lightning bolt that strikes down on New York. Certainly, Cosmic Spider-Man displayed Skyfather potential.

With his reality-warping, he showed the potential to affect the universal laws. Definitely, since the hero used reality-warping, the feat is City Level.


LINKS

Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 329 in Marvel Database.
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 327 in Marvel Database.
What If…? Vol 1 31 in Marvel Database.
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 328 in Marvel Database.
Web of Spider-Man Vol 1 61 in Marvel Database.
Cosmic Spider-Man: How Peter Parker Wielded the Power of Captain Universe in CBR.com.

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Battles Of The Week: Master Of Eternity He-Man vs Death Incarnate Skeletor

 

BATTLES OF THE WEEK

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SYNOPSIS FOR “Part Fourteen: Death Eternal”

Eternia has fallen. Now, it is Master of Eternity vs Death Incarnate. And the winner claims Castle Grayskull and the universe!

IN COSMIC HIERARCHY

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'He-Man: The Eternity War' (2016) #14. DC Comics.
He-Man: The Eternity War (2016) #14. DC Comics.

Enter the two contestants on Eternia! On the left side, is Master of Eternity He-Man and on the right side, is Death Incarnate Skeletor.

HE-MAN – ETERNIA

Super Strength: Infinite 100%
Super Speed: Universal 84%
Durability: Universal 84%
Energy Projection: Infinite 100%
Fighting Skills: Extra-Dimensional 100%
Intelligence: Genius 42%

PARAPHERNALIA:
  • The Sword of Power.
SKELETOR – ETERNIA.

Super Strength: Universal 84%
Super Speed: Universal 84%
Durability: Infinite 100%
Energy Projection: Universal 84%
Fighting Skills: Extra-Dimensional 100%
Intelligence: Cosmic 75%

PARAPHERNALIA:
  • The Forge.

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THE FIGHT

In He-Man: The Eternity War (2016) #14, a resurrected He-Man must fight his Uncle Skeletor in order to protect Castle Grayskull.

This is the battle to save Eternia and the universe!

DAMAGE SCALE

DAMAGE POINTS

The fight starts out with He-Man fighting Skeletor’s dead souls from the universe.

HE-MAN UNIVERSE-BUSTING ATTACKS (x4): 12+ DAMAGE PTS (x4) = 48+ DAMAGE PTS.


On the following pages, He-Man and Skeletor go toe to toe. Finally, with the power of Eternity, He-Man kills Skeletor with all the souls from the universe.

HE-MAN UNIVERSE-BUSTING ATTACKS (x4): 12+ DAMAGE PTS = 48 DAMAGE PTS.
SKELETOR UNIVERSE-BUSTING ATTACKS (x4): 12+ DAMAGE PTS = 48 DAMAGE PTS.

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TOTAL


HE-MAN’S NEGATIVE DAMAGE:

Toggle the Toggle Arrow below to view the calculations.

-48 DAMAGE PTS.

Energy Of The Big Bang = 10^68 J = 2.3809524*10^58 Tons of TNT.
-(13 DAMAGE PTS * 1.380649*10^80 J * 1 Ton of TNT)/(1 s * 4.2*10^9 J) = -5.9170671*10^71
​PTS * Tons of TNT.
He-Man’s Durability = (-5.9170671*10^71 ​PTS * Tons of TNT)/(2.3809524*10^58 Tons of TNT) = -2.4851682*10^13 PTS.
Durability = 10 – 2.4851682e+13 = -2.41*10^21 PTS = NEAR DEATH.


DURABILITY: DEATH

Durability: Death 1%

SKELETOR’S NEGATIVE DAMAGE:

Toggle the Toggle Arrow below to view the calculations.

-96 DAMAGE PTS.

Energy Of The Big Bang = 10^68 J = 2.3809524*10^58 Tons of TNT.
-(9 DAMAGE PTS * ∞ J * 1 Ton of TNT * 1 s)/(4.2*10^9 J) = -∞ PTS * Ton of TNT.
Skeletor’s Durability = (-∞ ​PTS * Tons of TNT)/(2.3809524*10^58 Tons of TNT) = ∞ PTS.
Durability = 10 – ∞ = -∞ PTS = DEATH.


DURABILITY: NEAR DEATH

Durability: Near Death 1%

WINNER: HE-MAN WINS BY DEATH

Fans of He-Man can also find the He-Man and the Masters Of The Universe Episode Guide on IMDB. You can watch Season 1 on Amazon Prime Video.

S1.E1: The Power of Grayskull

The Problem with Power Animation, Action, Adventure, Family, Fantasy, Sci-Fi | October 9, 1985 (United States) 8.2
Director: Gwen WetzlerWriter: Bob Forward, Leslie Wilson, Tom TataranowiczStars: John Erwin, Alan Oppenheimer, Linda GarySummary: Skeletor tricks He-Man into believing he accidentally killed a man. Distraught, Adam decides to give up being He-Man and throws the Powersword into Grayskull's abyss.

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S2.E5: Comes with Everything You See Here

Into the Abyss Animation, Action, Adventure, Family, Fantasy, Sci-Fi | October 24, 1984 (United States) 8.1
Director: Steve ClarkWriter: Robert LambStars: John Erwin, Alan Oppenheimer, Linda GarySummary: Teela tries to mix training with fun in order for Adam to become more interested in his studies. But one of her tests goes too far and she ends up falling into the Abyss around Grayskull.

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HE-MAN'S FIRST APPEARANCE

The issue marked the first appearance of He-Man and The Masters Of The Universe in the main DC Universe. In ‘DC Comics Presents’ (1982) #47′, titled ‘Superman and the Masters Of The Universe: “From Eternia — With Death!”‘, Superman encounters He-Man for the first time.

In ‘DC Comics Presents (1982) #47′, titled ‘Superman and the Masters Of The Universe: “From Eternia — With Death!”‘, Superman encounters He-Man for the first time. Photo/DC Comics

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LINKS

He-Man: The Eternity War in Comic Vine.
He-Man in Wiki Grayskull The He-Man & She-Ra Wiki.
Skeletor in Wiki Grayskull The He-Man & She-Ra Wiki.
Masters of the Universe: Revelation in IMDb.
DC Comics Presents Vol 1 47 in DC Database.
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Overpowered Beings: In ‘Secret Wars’, #TheBeyondersCreatedTheUniverse

 

OVERPOWERED BEINGS

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IN COSMIC HIERARCHY

THE BEYONDERS ARE AN EXTRA-DIMENSIONAL RACE OF OMNIPOTENT POWER

In 'New Avengers (2015) #29', the Illuminati meet the Beyonders
In New Avengers (2015) #29, the Illuminati meet the Beyonders. Marvel Comics.

Over the years, Beyonder has undergone multiple ret-cons. In New Avengers (2015) #33, part of the Time Runs Out event, we learn his new origin story:

The being known as the Beyonder is, in fact, a young member of an ancient otherworldly race known as the Beyonders. He was dragged to Earth by the super-villains geniuses group Intel by a tachyon beam meant to attract a Vibranium meteorite.

-Beyonder (Earth-616), Marvel Database

During the Marvel Now! (2012 Event), we learn of the Beyonders’ experiments on the Marvel multiverse. In every universe, they had planted a singularity under the form of Molecule Man. When Molecule Man died, his death would cause the death of the universe.

In effect, the Beyonders planned to witness the destruction of the multiverse.

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OVERPOWERED, THE BEYONDERS CAN DESTROY THE MARVEL MULTIVERSE

In 'New Avengers' (2015) #30, a Beyonder battles.
In New Avengers (2015) #30, a Beyonder battles. Marvel Comics.

Notably, the Beyonders possess Nigh-omnipotence at the Multiversal scale. Importantly, their incredible power allows them to kill Living Tribunal in every universe simultaneously. Their power can defeat the cosmic entities of Eternity and the Celestials of every universe.

In New Avengers (2015) #33, Molecule Man and Doctor Doom journey across the multiverse. In order to stop the Beyonders’ plan, Owen plans to kill every version of himself 25 years in the past.

After seven years in the past, Molecule Man kills another version and an incursion eventually occurs. It is a chain reaction that causes a contraction in the multiverse. With each universe colliding with another, Earth is at the point of impact.

Though the Beyonders did not directly cause the incursion, they ultimately show how powerful their singularity is. As a living bomb, Molecule Man has the power to destroy the infinite Marvel multiverse.

Really, the Beyonders possess nigh-omnipotence: avatar creation, vast energy blasts, super strength, regeneration, super speed, dimensional travel.

 

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HOW THE BEYONDERS’ POWER #CREATEDTHEUNIVERSE

In 'Secret Wars' (2016) #9, Doctor Doom and Mister Fantastic battle in Molecule Man's white hot room.
In Secret Wars (2016) #9, Doctor Doom and Mister Fantastic battle in Molecule Man’s white hot room.

In Secret Wars (2016) #9, Doctor Doom and Mister Fantastic battle in the white hot room. Previously, Doctor Doom used Molecule Man as a bomb to steal the Beyonders’ power. After the incursions, he created Battleworld, where he reigned as God-Doom.

When Mister Fantastic defeats Doom, Molecule Man uses the Beyonders’ omnipotence to recreate a single Marvel universe. Really, this shows the Beyonders have the power to create and to destroy the Marvel universe.

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WHY THE BEYONDERS ARE OVERPOWERED

THE BEYONDERS DECIMATED THE CELESTIAL HOSTS

In New Avengers (2015) #30, the Beyonders decimated the remaining Celestial hosts. Previously, Yellowjacket shrank his size to explore the universe.

Per chance, he found the Builders stumbling on a trap for an enemy. As it happens, it was laid out for the Celestials. Really, the Celestials possess Universal-Level power that can rival the Infinity Gauntlet.

THREE BEYONDERS KILL THE LIVING TRIBUNAL SIMULTANEOUSLY IN EVERY UNIVERSE

In New Avengers (2015) #30, the Beyonders killed Living Tribunal. Previously, Yellowjacket shrank his size to explore the universe.

After the Beyonders had slayed the cosmic entities, Living Tribunal appeared. Incredibly, the battle occurred in every single reality in the Marvel multiverse.

And it took three Beyonders in order to kill Living Tribunal simultaneously in every reality.

Finally, considering Living Tribunal is as powerful as Adam Warlock with the Infinity Gauntlet, the Beyonders are Nigh-Omnipotent in Energy Projection.

THE BEYONDERS BUILT ENTIRE UNIVERSES

Incredibly, the Beyonders have built entire universes.

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LINKS

New Avengers Vol 3 33 in Marvel Database.
Beyonder (Earth-616) in Marvel Database.
Marvel NOW! (2012 Event) in Marvel Database.
New Avengers Vol 3 30 in Marvel Database.
New Avengers Vol 3 33 in Marvel Database.
Secret Wars Vol 1 9 in Marvel Database.
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Fan Theory: At DC Comics and Image Comics, The Superman Analogues Are Guardians Of The Bleed

 

FAN THEORY

Supermen of the Multiverse. DC Comics.

IN COSMIC HIERARCHY

DURING CRISES, THE DC MULTIVERSE ACTIVATES ITS DEFENSE SYSTEM

In Justice League Incarnate #4, the true purpose of Superman is revealed. During crisis events, the DC multiverse is threatened. In order to protect its survival, the DC multiverse activates its immune system: superheroes. Importantly, Frank Martin at ScreenRant argues Superman represents the archetype of the ultimate hero.

In fact, Final Crisis reveals Superman and his analogues are the guardians of the Bleed. In Superman, The Greatest Story, I argue that the Bleed is a living 4D space that connects the DC multiverse’s shared history. During the final battle, the Supermen of the Multiverse arrive on New Earth in order to battle Mandrakk, the Dark Monitor. Let’s look at Superman and analogues in DC and Image that protect the Bleed and its analogues.

In 'Superman Beyond' (2008) #1, Superman upgrades to 4-D vision to see 4-D space.
The Bleed. DC Comics.

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To begin, Darkseid threatened the DC multiverse with the Anti-Life Equation. With Nil, Monitrix Zillo Valla chose Superman and the champions of the DC multiverse. Importantly, their mission was to stop Mandrakk. In order to succeed, Zillo Valla promised the Man of Steel the Ultramenstruum.

Dangerously, Mandrakk bottled this Bleed droplet. In fact, the Bleed was the only substance capable to save a critical Lois Lane. Heroically, Superman merged with Ultraman and became Thought Robot. Successfully, the Doomsday Weapon defeated Mandrakk in Nil and retrieved the Bleed.

 

MISTER MAJESTIC (DC COMICS)

During Captain Atom: Armageddon, a new peril faced the Wildstorm Universe. As matter of fact, Captain Atom had accidentally quantum jumped in the Wildstorm Universe. Now, his power threatened the existence of Wildstorm. And his presence triggered conflict with the heroes, namely in Captain Atom vs Mister Majestic. According to Majestic, Captain Atom would explode like a time bomb and Majestic needed to stop him

To protect the Bleed, the Authority kidnapped a near-critical Captain Atom aboard the Carrier. Moreover, they intended to kill him to prevent the Captain from blowing up the universe. When Mister Majestic attempted to stop the Authority, he was frozen in time by the Doctor. In the end, Void solved the problem by allowing the destruction of Wildstorm. In addition, she teleported Captain Atom back into his universe.

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SUPREME (IMAGE COMICS)

At Image Comics, Alan Moore revamped Supreme as a Superman analogue in 1999. In The Story Of The Year, Supreme returns to Earth after exile in space. Strangely, he notices reality flickering between the 1940s and the 1990s. There, he meets Supreme duplicates such as Original Supreme, Sister Supreme and Superion.

Soon, they travel to the Supremacy. Here, he learns it is a limbo realm where every possible version of Supreme lives. Similarly to the Bleed, it acts to create revisions in Supreme continuity. Moreover, it constantly erases or replaces friends and foes. Similarly, the Supreme duplicates act as guardians of the Supremacy. Indeed, they help Supreme and the Image Universe in moments of need.


LINKS

Justice League Incarnate #4 in DC Comics.
Superman’s Epic True Purpose in the Multiverse Confirmed by DC in ScreenRant.
Ethan Crane in Image Comics Database.
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Overpowered Beings: As Ion, #KyleRaynersWillpower Is Omnipotent (And First Appearance Green Lantern)

In 'Green Lantern' (1990) #150, Ion sees the timeline.
 

OVERPOWERED BEINGS

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KYLE RAYNER IS THE LAST GREEN LANTERN

In 'Green Lantern' (1994) #50, Kyle Rayner is chosen as the Last Green Lantern.
In Green Lantern (1994) #50, Kyle Rayner is chosen as the Last Green Lantern. DC Comics.

During Green Lantern: Emerald Twilight, Kyle Rayner first appeared. Particularly, the three-part story arc details the fall from grace of Hal Jordan into the cosmic being named Parallax.

In the story arc, Hal goes mad after Cyborg Superman orders the destruction of Coast City by Mongul, thanks to Warworld.

Then, he goes on a rampage murdering the Green Lantern Corps on his way to Oa. Soon, having destroyed the GL Corps, he quickly subdues Sinestro then proceeds to absorb the energy of the Central Power Battery.

Using their last energies, the Guardians sacrifice themselves to create and entrust Ganthet with the last Green Lantern power ring. Afterwards, the Guardian travels to Earth and encounters a struggling freelance artist by the name of Kyle Rayner.

Seriously, he entrusts Kyle with the ring and tells the young man to do what must be done. On that day, Kyle Rayner becomes the Last Green Lantern.

HOW KYLE RAYNER BECOMES ION

FINAL NIGHT

Nonetheless, the heroes succeed in defeating Parallax. Some time later, a new menace emerges that would threaten the very Earth’s existence. At the start of The Final Night, A Sun-Eater threatens to consume the sun and cause the destruction of New Earth.

Again, the heroes band together to stop the cataclysm. When a depowered Superman volunteers for a suicide mission to plant modules in the sun as it goes supernova. Yet, a young hero named Ferro recognizes Superman as a hero and decides to pilot the ship.

However, Hal Jordan as Parallax sacrifices himself by going into the supernova. Finally, he absorbs the supernova blast, channels it with his Oan energy then re-powers the yellow sun.

GREEN LANTERN: CIRCLE OF FIRE

During the event, Kyle fights a cosmic entity named Oblivion. As a result of his girlfriend Alex DeWitt’s murder, Kyle gave birth to the cosmic entity. Indeed, it is a product of Kyle’s rage and hatred out of his subconscious.

After defeating Oblivion, since the energy cannot be created nor destroyed, it is drawn to the residual Parallax energy in the sun. Later, it helps Kyle draw on the immense powers of Parallax and Oblivion.

Since Kyle’s ring has no yellow weakness and is formed from the energies of the Guardians of the Universe it is already very powerful!

GREEN LANTERN: THE POWER OF ION

In the story arc, Kyle has absorbed the energy of a neutron bomb that Grayven unleashed. Furthermore, Kyle now understands that his recent power boost is due to his feeding on the cosmic powers of Parallax and Oblivion from the sun.

Now the sun has a green spot and our GL’s life is about to change. In Green Lantern (2002) #145, Green Lantern fights Nero in order to claim the power. Ultimately, he is triumphant. In the heart of the sun, he bends to the power and becomes… Ion!

OVERPOWERED, GREEN LANTERN IS MERGED TO ION, AN EMOTIONAL ENTITY

Green Lantern: The Power Of Ion (2003). DC Comics.

From the beginning, the Ion entity existed as one of the Emotional Spectrum Entities. As matter of fact, Ion is the name given to the green Entity of Will.

Originally, Ion existed in the Central Power Battery, as the Entity that powered the green energy of willpower harvested by the Guardians of the Universe.

Importantly, it served as a protection against the yellow Emotional Entity of Fear, Parallax, which also existed in the Central Power Battery.

When Hal Jordan absorbs the Central Power Battery, both Parallax and Ion are freed. Both need a host in order to survive. For its part, Parallax fed on Hal Jordan’s fear.

Later, Ion would empower Kyle Rayner’s creativity and willpower. As Ion, Kyle becomes a god-like being though in order to safeguard his humanity, he eventually relinquishes the power.

BECOMING ION, #KYLERAYNER’S WILLPOWER IS OMNIPOTENT

In 'Green Lantern' (1990) #150, Ion sees the timeline.
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Generally, Ion is among DC’s overpowered beings. Among Ion’s list of powers are immortality, time manipulation, reality manipulation, energy projection, energy absorption, nigh omnipresence, flight, emotional manipulation, nigh omniscience, telepathy.

Since Kyle was able to re-build the Central Power Battery and resurrect the Guardians of the Universe as infants, he possesses nigh omnipotence on a Multiversal Scale. Potentially, he is able to restore all the Emotional Entities of the Emotional Spectrum.

HOW KYLE’S POWERS WORK

As Kyle explains to his girlfriend Jade, he is able to exist and work in different locations of the universe at the same time. Possibly, the Ion power works by unlocking Kyle’s creativity and allowing him to exercise his will without being bound by time and space.

In effect, Kyle is truly god-like and can potentially exist in all timelines and places of the DC multiverse at the same time. Another character who is able to realize such an effect is Doctor Manhattan though not with Kyle’s level of perfection and power.

In fact, in the last issue, Kyle claims he can change Parallax’s past without creating ripples in the timeline. And that, is nigh omnipotence!

In contrast, in Doomsday Clock, it is revealed that when Doctor Manhattan moved Alan Scott’s lantern six inches out of his reach, he altered the DC multiverse continuity leading to the New 52.

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WHY ION IS AN OVERPOWERED BEING

AS ION, HE CLAIMS HE CAN CHANGE PARALLAX’S PAST WITHOUT ALTERING THE TIMELINE

In 'Green Lantern' (1990) #150, Ion sees the timeline.
In Green Lantern (1990) #150, Ion sees the timeline. DC Comics.

In Green Lantern (1990) #150, Ion attempts to change the timeline. Previously, Kyle’s godlike behavior has alarmed Superman and the JLA.

In a conversation, Superman reminds Kyle that the mission of the JLA is to inspire and to protect humanity, and not taking away its choices by solving its problems.

In the issue, Ion contemplates the past Green Lanterns in the timeline: Alan Scott, Hal Jordan and Guy Gardner.

Particularly, he thinks about Hal Jordan who became Parallax.

Then, he is interrupted by Hal Jordan who is now Spectre.

When the Spectre inquires about Kyle’s purpose, Ion claims he can prevent Parallax’s existence without altering the timeline.

Though this is merely a statement of power, it does suggest Ion is nigh omnipotent in willpower.

HIS CREATIVIY MAKES HIM OMNIPRESENT

In 'Green Lantern' (2002) #146, Ion is doing art work in his studio and feeding poor people in Uganda.
 In Green Lantern (2002) #146, Ion is doing art work in his studio and feeding poor people in Uganda. DC Comics.

 In Green Lantern (2002) #146, Jade visits Kyle at his studio.

There, she finds out that the GL has been working for hours and has completed high-quality comics ahead of schedule. In fact, he has not slept.

Even more impressive, Kyle tells her that as Ion his creativity has been unlocked and he is able to exist in multiple places at once.

For example, he is working in his studio and at the same time, also feeding the poor in Uganda.

Definitely, a Cosmic-Level feat of Super Speed since light travels around the Earth at 0.1337 seconds.

And we know according to the uncertainty principle, electrons travel at the speed of light and can be at two places at the same time.

Thus, it would take FTL speed for instantaneous travel.

SUPER SPEED FEAT: COSMIC

Super Speed: Cosmic 75%

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ION REPOWERS THE CENTRAL POWER BATTERY AND RECREATES THE GUARDIANS OF THE UNIVERSE

In 'Green Lantern' (2002) #150, Ion resurrects the Guardians of the Universe.
In Green Lantern (1990) #150, Ion resurrects the Guardians of the Universe. DC Comics.

In Green Lantern (1990) #150, Ion performs one of his most OP feats. Particularly, Kyle understands what needs to be done. Indeed, a new beginning is needed.

Here, entering the Central Power Battery, Kyle repowers it. At the same time, the Green Lantern resurrects the Guardians of the Universe as infants.

Definitely, a feat of Infinite-Level of Energy Projection considering the powers of the Guardians which are considerable.

ION SCANS ALL HUMAN DNA ON THE PLANET TO ID HIS FATHER IN 10 MINUTES

In 'Green Lantern' (2002) #148, Ion has scanned all the human DNA to ID his father in 10 minutes.
In Green Lantern (2002) #148, Ion has scanned all the human DNA to ID his father in 10 minutes. DC Comics.

In Green Lantern (2002) #148, Ion performs a feat of super-intelligence.

In order to locate his father who left him and his mother when young, he scans the DNA of every human on Earth.

Afterwards, it takes him about 10 minutes in order to identify the matching DNA.

Definitely, a godlike feat requiring an intelligence capable of memorizing the 2.1*1019 letters in the human genomes of the entire human population.

From Black Panther, Doomwar #1, we can calculate the energy of DNA replication to be 3.2*1032 J or 6*1022 bytes/s of intelligence.

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LINKS

Green Lantern Vol 3 50 in DC Database.
The Final Night in DC Database.
Green Lantern Vol 3 150 in DC Database.
Emotional Spectrum in Comic Vine.
Green Lantern: The Power of Ion (Collected) in DC Database.
Green Lantern Vol 3 146 in DC Database.
Green Lantern Vol 3 148 in DC Database.