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Subject: Strongest Superhuman
Category: Arts and Entertainment > Comics and Animation
Asked by: milesjordan-ga
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Posted: 27 Feb 2006 11:04 PST
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Question ID: 701532
Who is the strongest superhero or supervillain in Marvel or DC comics?
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Subject: Re: Strongest Superhuman
From: canadianhelper-ga on 27 Feb 2006 11:36 PST
I'll leave it to the comic geeks to answer but according to Marvel's
own site they talk about the Incredible Hulk as being: "the most
powerful man-like being of all time!"
Subject: Re: Strongest Superhuman
From: redhoss-ga on 27 Feb 2006 15:25 PST
If you exclude the part about "Marvel or DC comics", I would say it
would be Howard Stern's "Fartman" character.
Subject: Re: Strongest Superhuman
From: thither-ga on 28 Feb 2006 13:43 PST
There's probably no definitive answer to this as there are comic
characters whose powers are virtually unimaginable.

For examples, check out:

For instance, take Marvel's Galactus who

"possesses cosmic power beyond the abilities of human beings to
measure. Galactus is able to use the vast energies within him for an
incalculable number of effects. Some of his most rudimentary abilities
are the molecular restructuring or conversion of matter, the
projection of energy with enormous concussive force, the teleportation
of objects across space or even time, and the erection of invincible
energy-screens and force fields. Even his heralds, whom he has endowed
with a small fraction of his ever-renewing power, are able to
manipulate matter and energy in ways far beyond human comprehension."

Kind of makes Spiderman look like a bit of a wuss...

Have a good day.
Subject: Re: Strongest Superhuman
From: fistikcisahab-ga on 06 Mar 2006 15:00 PST
i think it's venom.
Subject: Re: Strongest Superhuman
From: jemdawg-ga on 08 Mar 2006 18:42 PST
Bane is the strongest supervillan of the DC universe.
Subject: Re: Strongest Superhuman
From: evisruc-ga on 18 Mar 2006 22:36 PST
In DC, it is probably Darkseid.  Or Pre-Crisis Superman.
Subject: Re: Strongest Superhuman
From: cynthia-ga on 18 Mar 2006 23:56 PST
SUPERMAN!  He can turn back time by forcing the earth to spin
backwards, now That's Strong!
Subject: Re: Strongest Superhuman
From: techtor-ga on 19 Mar 2006 05:56 PST
Though ironic that this character died, Beyonder is for me the most
powerful of all. I guess that's why the Marvel editors then had him
Subject: Re: Strongest Superhuman
From: noober-ga on 26 Mar 2006 15:23 PST
In terms of actual comic characters, that honor would go to One Above
all and the Presence. Out of omnipotent beings, they're the MOST
omnipotent, as little as that makes sense.

In terms of people who actually fight crime rather than being abstract
beings and the like, Superman. It's been stated quite a few times
(especially by John Byrne, a comic book writer) that Superman has near
limitless strength and power which he almost never taps into.
Sometimes he might be beaten by someone, but it's been shown that he's
simply afraid to ever realy cut loose with his ful powers and as he's
seen by many writers as a Jesus/God analogy they're written into the
works that if he ever truely did cut loose he'd be unbeatable, which
was especially apparent in his joining with kismet to fight Imperiex
during Our World at War where it was stated that for a split second he
was virtually limitless.

Also the Beyonder is only an incomplete cosmic cube, and all of his
biggest showings of powers were actually illusions. He's pretty
powerful, but by no means the most powerful

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