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Top 10 Powerful characters in Marvel Universe – trickybuster

X-Men and the Spider-Man films proved that superhero films could be successful that Hollywood really started to take notice. However, it was the Marvel Cinematic Universe that began with Iron Man that really got the ball rolling by smashing box office records with almost every new installment in the intertwining MCU saga. The success of the MCU has even inspired Warner Brothers to try the same thing with the DC Universe and the Justice League.

Here are the 10 Powerful Superheroes in Marvel Universe:-

10. Odin

Odin is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character is first mentioned in Journey into Mystery #85 (Oct. 1962), then first appears in Journey into Mystery #86 (Nov. 1962), and was adapted from the Odin of Norse mythology by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. He is the father of Thor and former king of Asgard.

As King of the Norse Gods, Odin possesses vast strength, stamina, and durability far greater than a normal Asgardian, along with resistance to all Earthly diseases and toxins, incredible resistance to magic and, as a courtesy of the Golden Apples of Idunn, a greatly extended lifespan. Odin has all the abilities of his son Thor but to a much greater degree. Odin is capable of manipulating the Odin Force—a powerful source of energy—for a number of purposes, including energy projection; creation of illusions and force fields; levitation; molecular manipulation, communicating telepathically with other Asgardians even if they are on Earth and him in Asgard

9. Amatsu-Mikaboshi

Amatsu-Mikaboshi, the Chaos King, is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character is usually depicted as a supervillain and demonic god of evil who is best known as an enemy of Hercules and Thor. He is based on the Mikaboshi of Japanese mythology and the gods of Japan known as Kami.

Mikaboshi is an ancient enemy to both Thor and Hercules, and even predates the Skyfathers like Zeus and Odin.

8. Galactus

Galactus was the last the survivor of a universe that existed before the currently known Marvel universe. He’s also the universe’s oldest known entity and doesn’t have a true form in the physical sense as he is no longer considered a being. His appearance is apparently the manifestation of what the limited human mind can form for him.

Galactus has a strength level that is solar scale and god-like, he has the ability to create sentient biological life-forms by using his control over molecules. In addition, he possesses the power of Recreation which allows him to recreate whole planets and biospheres.

7. Infinity

The cosmic entity Infinity is the representation of space in its totality, and its brother Eternity is the representation of time. So together they are the space-time continuum and the living force behind the universe in its entirety. Infinity and Eternity’s counterparts are Oblivion and Death.

Infinity has no true physical body but sometimes takes the form of a female, but as an abstract entity it exists everywhere in the universe and can manipulate the universe to achieve virtually any effect it chooses. Thanos himself ranked Infinity’s power above that of the Lord Chaos and Master Order. Unquestionably, this is a true power.

6. Phoenix Force

The Phoenix Force was born of the void between the states of being and is considered to be a child of the universe representing all life that has not yet been born. It is one of the oldest known cosmic entities, the Guardian of Creation, and the nexus of the psionic energy that exists in all realities of the Omniverse.

The Pheonix force is one of the most powerful beings in the Marvel Universe and has extinction level powers. She can tap into the life-force of future generations denying them existence and is capable of limitless cosmic powers, as well as a being able to exist in any timeline or dimensional existence. However, she has shown temporary vulnerabilities to Chaos Magic, and a Watcher claimed that the through the powers of the Dragon named Shou-Lao, an Iron Fist named Fongji Wu was able to tame the Pheonix.

5. Franklin Richards

The son of Mr. Fantastic and the Invisible Woman of the Fantastic Four, Franklin Richards was born a mutant and began manifesting his powers at an early age – unlike other mutants whose powers don’t usually manifest until puberty.

The Celestials rank Franklin as a being that’s Beyond Omega Classification as well as an Alpha-Level Mutant and is described as being one of the (if not the) most powerful mutants on Earth. He has shown the ability to be able to create pocket-sized universes at will and is looked upon as an equal to the Celestials. In his adult form, he was able to turn Galactus into his herald, empowering him enough to be able to defeat two Celestials. His powers are beyond measure, and he is only going to become stronger as he matures enough to deal with his powers.

4. Living Tribunal

At one time the Living Tribunal was considered the most powerful being in the universe, and it has existed as long as the universe itself. Unlike other beings in the multiverse, there is only one Living Tribunal meaning it has no alternate counterparts. The Living Tribunal’s function is to maintain balance and safeguard the Multiverse.

If it means the preservation of the mystic balance, The Living Tribunal has the power the obliterate any inhabited planet from existence, and it can create super nova’s from stars. It has complete and absolute limitless power that goes way beyond even Thanos in possession of the complete Infinity Gauntlet.

3. Eternity

The twin brother of Infinity, Eternity is an abstract entity that represents all of time and reality in the universe. The cosmic beings Infinity and Eternity are twin concepts that represent the space and time continuum.

Eternity is a nearly omnipotent being and the immortal embodiment of the universe. It has the unlimited ability to manipulate time, space, matter, energy, magic and all of reality. Eternity is capable of physically manifesting itself as any force living within the Earth Dimension. Eternity also easily defeated and kidnapped the physical embodiment of Death. Even after its complete destruction, Eternity was also able to recreate Earth like nothing had ever happened.

2. Beyonder

A young member of an ancient other-worldly race known The Beyonders, the aptly named “Beyonder” is the one physical embodiment of an entire multiverse known as the Beyond-Realm. During the Secret Wars story arc, he created a planet called “Battleworld” from pieces of various planets. On this planet, he forced a number of supervillains and superheroes from Earth to battle in a never-ending war between good and evil as if they were toys to be played with.

The Beyonders powers were considered to be even more vast than that of Eternity and the Living Tribunal. He is capable of causing destruction on a multiversal level and can invade the minds of every living being on planet Earth simultaneously. In addition, he has unlimited strength and psionic abilities far beyond any superhuman and most cosmic entities.

1. One-above All

One-Above-All is a Celestial in the Marvel Universe and the creator of all life in the Multiverse and beyond. It is the omnipotent direct superior to the cosmic overseer Living Tribunal. Also known as the “Above-All-Others” the entity exists beyond all time and space and alternates its appearance to be represented as male and female at any given time.

As the ultimate and supreme being, One-Above-All has abilities and strength levels beyond any kind of human or even superhuman comprehension. As well as being more powerful than the Living Tribunal, its powers and presence far exceed that of the Beyonder and all the other celestials; it is the closest to an absolute god of all existence in the Marvel universe.