Top 50 Strongest Fictional Characters

top 50 strongest fictional characters


Fiction is not bound by facts and reality, therefore the scope of greatness, villainy, strength, and courage is limitless. This allows us to create exceedingly strong and powerful fictional characters in our stories.


Some of these powerful characters are good, but most of them are evil. This is because we love to see the good underdog triumph over the stronger villain. The audience always loves to watch the top dog bite the dust.


Although we have many different franchises that create fictional superheroes and villains, we always wonder who is more powerful among them. To quench this enthusiasm, ENTOIN brings you a list of the most powerful fictional characters from popular franchises.


However, we have not included many anime characters because they deserve a list of their own. We have also not included mythological characters but only included those who feature in comic book franchises.


Now that the disclaimer is given, let us start with the fun. You can disagree with my list and feel free to send in your choices, but this list represents my views on the most powerful fictional characters.




1. One Above All (Marvel Comics)


One Above All (Marvel Comics)


One Above All is a Marvel Comics character who is often depicted as the supreme being within the Marvel Universe and the ultimate authority of the multiverse. The One Above All is omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent, meaning that it has unlimited power, knowledge, and presence.


While One Above All is the creator of all universes and all the life within them, his alter-ego is One Below All, who is the destroyer of all. They both have the same god-like powers.


One Above All is beyond good and evil and he only holds pure love and compassion, while his alter-ego holds pure hate and destruction. This duality of One Above All is used to create worlds and punish the bad.


The One Above All is the source of the powers of other cosmic entities, such as the Celestials and the Living Tribunal. However, sometimes he cannot maintain the balance between the multiverses when any being intentionally disrupts the balance as Thanos did.




2. The Presence (DC Comics)


The Presence (DC Comics)


The Presence is a DC Comics character who is the supreme being within the DC Universe and the ultimate authority of the multiverse. The notion and character of the Presence were modeled around the Abrahamic religions and influenced by multiple religions and modern concepts.


The Presence has unlimited power, knowledge, and presence. The Presence is called by various names like The Voice, The Hand, The Source, Yahweh, Tetragrammaton, Jehovah, The Light, etc. He has god-like powers and is beyond good and evil, a being of pure love and compassion.


The Presence is also able to take on any form or appearance it desires and is capable of altering reality itself. It is also the source of the powers of other cosmic entities within the DC Universe, such as the Monitors and the Spectre.


The Presence is revered and worshiped by many beings, and he takes the form and character as per the dreams and wishes of his subjects. However, the DC creators have tried to maintain the image of The Presence as close to the Bible as possible.




3. Eru Ilúvatar (Tolkien Universe)


eru ilúvatar (tolkien universe)


Eru Ilúvatar is a deity in the fictional universe of J. R. R. Tolkien’s Middle-earth. He is the creator of the universe and all the beings within it, including the Ainur (a group of divine beings) and the Children of Ilúvatar (Elves and Men).


He created the universe from his thought, and through the music of creation, he guided the Ainur to expand creation. Eru Ilúvatar is omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent, meaning that he has unlimited power, knowledge, and presence.


Eru Ilúvatar is beyond good and evil and as being a being of pure love and compassion. He is also often able to take on any form or appearance he desires and is capable of altering reality itself.


Eru Ilúvatar is the source of the powers of the Ainur and the Children of Ilúvatar, and he guides and directs the events of the universe according to his divine plan.


He is often depicted as being revered and worshiped by many beings within the Middle-earth universe and is seen as the ultimate authority on matters of morality and justice.




4. Man of Miracles/Mother of Existence (Spawn universe)


Man of Miracles/Mother of Existence (Spawn universe)


Mother of Existence is the supreme being in the Spawn universe. This being is also referred to as The Creator and The Man of Miracles. The Creator is genderless, ageless, formless, with limitless power.


The Mother of Existence created different worlds and created powerful entities as children to manage those worlds, including Earth, which had God and Satan. The creator is omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent but chooses not to interfere with the worlds of the children.


The children, in turn, use the power of the mother to further create beings in their world and oversee the management of their worlds. On Earth, God created humans, and Satan gave them free will to choose their life.


The Man of Miracles is another form of the creator who appears as a hero in times of crisis and saves the day with the best solutions to save the beings of the world and punish the evildoers.


During Armageddon, they appear to Spawn and give guidance.



5. Cosmic Armor Superman (DC Comics)


Cosmic Armor Superman (DC Comics)


Cosmic Armor Superman is a suit created by the doomsday machine to fight evil and protect existence from future threats. It is a DC Comics creation that was engineered by The Monitor.


In this version, Superman wears this suit of armor that enhances his powers and abilities to cosmic levels. The specific powers and abilities of Cosmic Armor Superman may vary depending on the story but some of his most common abilities include super strength, super speed, flight, invulnerability, heat vision, super breath, X-ray vision, super hearing, etc.


Although these are the preexisting powers of Superman, they were enhanced to cosmic levels by the suit to function in the absence of the yellow sun. The Thought Robot, an entity formed from pure thought and powered by symmetry, memories, duality, probabilities, and possibilities, created the suit to protect the universe in case of any apocalyptic events.



6. SCP 3812 (SCP Animation)


SCP 3812 (SCP Animation)


The SCP 3812 is the most powerful entity that ever existed in the SCP universe. The SCP universe is a shared world where various authors share their content with horror, science fiction, and supernatural themes and create a universe with it.


The Foundation collates all the stories with the common theme of SCPs and presents them to the reader. The SCP 3812 is an entity of unknown nature and origin. It has perverse abilities to alter reality and obliterate events, people, and items from history to wipe out any and all records of them.


It has the powers of telepathy, telekinesis, flight, mind alteration, etc. The SCP foundation works on the premise that reality is not singular but a stacked structure of multiple realities that can be altered, erased or rebuilt by the reality above it.


The SCP 3812 has the power to traverse between these realities and change them as per its will. This makes all realities equivalent to fiction in the eyes of SCP3812.



7. Death (Marvel Comics)


Death (Marvel Comics)


Death is a powerful and significant cosmic entity in the Marvel Comics universe. She was created as one of the cosmic entities during the birth of the universe. As the personification of death, Death is immortal and has the ability to end the lives of all living beings.


Death is omniscient, meaning that she has knowledge of all things. She is also often depicted as being able to manipulate the events of the universe and the lives of individuals in order to bring about their deaths.


In addition, Death is immune to most forms of physical harm and has the ability to teleport and pass through solid objects. Despite her power, Death is neutral and does not take sides in conflicts between good and evil.


She is a necessary aspect of the natural cycle of life and is indifferent to the actions of individuals. However, some stories have depicted Death as being more actively involved in the lives of individuals, either as a guide or as a force that drives them toward their ultimate demise.



8. Master Yoda (Star Wars Universe)


Master Yoda (Star Wars Universe)


Master Yoda is a character in the Star Wars franchise who is a highly respected and powerful Jedi Master. In the Star Wars universe, the Jedi are an ancient order of Force users who follow a code of peace and justice and who are trained to use their powers for the greater good.


Master Yoda is one of the most prominent and respected members of the Jedi Order and has trained many of the most powerful Jedi in the history of the galaxy.


Master Yoda is known for his wisdom and deep understanding of the Force, which is a mysterious energy field that surrounds and penetrates all living things and can be harnessed by certain individuals for various purposes.


Master Yoda is able to use the Force to perform a wide range of abilities, including telekinesis, telepathy, and precognition, among others. He is also skilled in lightsaber combat and is considered one of the most skilled swordsmen in the Jedi Order.


Master Yoda played a crucial role in the Clone Wars and was instrumental in the defeat of the Separatist army. He also trained Luke Skywalker, the hero of the original trilogy, in the ways of the Force and helped him become a powerful Jedi Knight.



9. Albus Dumbledore (Harry Potter Universe)


Albus Dumbledore (Harry Potter Universe)


Albus Dumbledore is a character in the Harry Potter series of books and movies. He is the former headmaster of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and is widely considered to be one of the most powerful and influential figures in the wizarding world.


Dumbledore is known for his wisdom, his kindness, his compassion, and is widely respected by both students and adults alike. Dumbledore is a powerful wizard, who is skilled in a wide range of magical abilities, including the use of spells and potions.


He is also an expert in defensive magic and has extensive knowledge of ancient and obscure magical texts. Dumbledore has played a crucial role in many of the events that have shaped the history of the wizarding world.


In the Harry Potter series, Dumbledore is a mentor and a father figure to the main character, Harry Potter, and helps guide him through his journey as a young wizard.


Dumbledore is a beloved and revered figure in the Harry Potter universe and is widely respected for his wisdom and his magical abilities.



10. Sauron (Tolkien universe)


Sauron (Tolkien universe)


Sauron is a major character in the fictional universe of J. R. R. Tolkien’s Middle-earth. In the stories set in this universe, Sauron is an evil being who seeks to conquer and enslave all the inhabitants of Middle-earth.


Sauron was originally a Maia, a group of divine beings created by the god Eru Ilúvatar but he was corrupted by the Dark Lord Morgoth and became his greatest servant.


Sauron is an exceedingly powerful being, with abilities that include shape-shifting, the ability to sense the presence of others, and the ability to dominate the wills of others. He is also skilled in dark magic and is able to create powerful magical artifacts, such as the One Ring.


In the stories set in Middle-earth, Sauron is the main antagonist and the primary source of evil. He is the main enemy of the Free Peoples of Middle-earth, including the Elves, the Dwarves, and the Men.


He seeks to conquer and enslave all of them. Sauron’s ultimate goal is to achieve world domination and to rule over all the inhabitants of Middle-earth as their tyrannical lord.


Despite his immense power, Sauron is eventually defeated by the combined efforts of the Free Peoples and the intervention of the god Eru Ilúvatar, who casts him back into the Void.



11. Saitama (One-Punch Man)


saitama (one-punch man)


Two things support Saitama’s claim to be the “best fighter and hero” in One-Punch Man: his tremendous strength and his unshakable bravery.


With a single blow, he can vanquish even the most fearsome opponents due to his superior strength. With this unmatched power, he becomes a force of nature, needing no elaborate plans or showy skills. 


Saitama’s constant commitment to defending others, however, is what truly exemplifies his bravery. Because of his power, he has existential boredom, yet he still takes action because he only wants to do the right thing. 


Saitama is the ultimate hero because of his unmatched power and selfless bravery, even though his victories don’t always have the satisfying feeling of a close victory.



12. The Architect (The Matrix trilogy)


The Architect (The Matrix trilogy)


The Architect is the creator of the Matrix and the overseeing authority of the entire Matrix with complete control over every being, human and otherwise. He is a sentient computer program that designed and oversees the operation of the Matrix, a simulated reality that serves as a prison for the human race.


The Architect’s primary role is to ensure the stability of the Matrix, which he does by orchestrating the cycle of destruction and rebuilding that occurs every few centuries. He works as a foil for Deus Ex-Machina, his machine counterpart.


He also plays a central role in the plot of the trilogy as he is responsible for offering Neo a choice that will ultimately determine the fate of humanity. The Architect is portrayed as a cold, logical being with little empathy for the humans trapped within the Matrix.


Despite this, he is ultimately revealed to be a necessary component of the Matrix system, as his actions are meant to ensure the survival of humanity.



13. Beyonder (Marvel Comics)


Beyonder (Marvel Comics)


The Beyonder is a cosmic entity in the Marvel Comics universe. He is an exceedingly powerful and mysterious being who has the ability to manipulate reality and energy on a cosmic scale.


The Beyonder is a child-like being from the Beyonders species. He plays with his creations with childlike fascination and does not support or subscribe to any party, good or evil.


The Beyonder’s motivations and goals are often enigmatic and hard to discern, but he has been known to interfere in the affairs of other beings, both good and evil, in order to achieve his own ends.


He has been both a villain and an ally to various Marvel characters, depending on his current agenda. The Beyonder is also known for his ability to transform people and objects into whatever he desires and he can use this power to manipulate the course of events in the Marvel universe.


Despite his vast powers, the Beyonder is not omnipotent and has faced setbacks and defeats at the hands of other powerful beings. Overall, the Beyonder is a complex and enigmatic character, who is capable of both great good and great evil.



14. Goku (Dragon Ball franchise)


goku (dragon ball franchise)


Dragon Ball’s Saiyan hero, Son Goku, is a symbol of tremendous strength and unyielding resolve. He has superhuman strength, speed, and ki manipulation due to his Saiyan ancestry, which enables him to unleash destructive assaults like the Kamehameha.


However, Goku’s unshakeable spirit and physical prowess are what truly make him strong. He is an inborn fighter who never stops challenging himself and looking for new and bigger challenges. 


No matter the circumstances, his unfailing optimism, love for his companions, and pure heart drive him to defend Earth from all threats. 


Even though he can be reckless and foolish at times, Goku is ultimately an inspiring figure of courage and hope because of his pure innocence and undying faith in goodness.



15. Alien X (Ben 10 series)


Alien X (Ben 10 series)


Alien X is a fictional character from the Ben 10 animated television series and its spin-offs. He is one of the many extraterrestrial life forms that Ben Tennyson, the main character of the series, can transform into using a device called the Omnitrix.


Alien X is considered one of the most powerful of Ben’s alien forms, as he is virtually omnipotent and can manipulate reality itself. Alien X is made up of three distinct personalities, each representing a facet of the Omnitrix’s power: the “Serena” personality, which represents creation; the “Bellicus” personality, which represents destruction; and the “Ben” personality, which represents balance.


In order to use Alien X’s powers, all three personalities must agree on a course of action, which can be difficult due to their conflicting natures. Despite being one of the most powerful characters in the series, Alien X is not often used by Ben due to the difficulty in controlling him and the risk of causing unintended consequences.


However, he has been used on several occasions to defeat powerful threats and to alter reality in significant ways.



16. Adam Warlock (Marvel Comics)


Adam Warlock (Marvel Comics)


Adam Warlock is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. He is an artificial being created by the Enclave, a group of scientists who sought to create the perfect human.


However, Warlock rejected their control and used his powers to escape and become a superhero. Warlock is an exceedingly powerful being, with abilities including superhuman strength, durability, cosmic energy manipulation, immortality, being capable of regenerating from any injury, agelessness, telepathic and telekinetic powers, etc.


He has the ability to enter the “Soul Gem,” a powerful artifact that allows him to access other dimensions and communicates with the spirits of the dead. Warlock is a noble and altruistic hero who is willing to make sacrifices for the greater good.


However, he struggles with inner turmoil and his own ego, leading to conflicts with other characters and a sense of inner conflict.



17. Dr. Manhattan (DC Comics)


Dr. Manhattan (DC Comics)


Dr. Manhattan, also known as Jon Osterman, is a fictional character in the DC Comics universe and a major character in the graphic novel Watchmen. He is a superpowered being with god-like abilities, including the ability to manipulate matter, time, and energy at will.


Dr. Manhattan’s role in the series is central, as his powers and presence significantly alter the course of events. He is initially portrayed as a heroic character using his powers to help the United States win the Vietnam War and combat wrongdoing.


However, as the story progresses, Dr. Manhattan becomes more isolated and detached from humanity, leading to a rift between him and other characters and causing him to become more of a neutral force.


Dr. Manhattan’s powers and perspective also serve as a commentary on the role and responsibility of those with great power as he struggles with the weight of his abilities and the impact they have on the world around him.



18. Gandalf (Tolkien universe)


Gandalf (Tolkien universe)


Gandalf is a character in J. R. R. Tolkien’s Middle-Earth Legendarium and is one of the most important characters in The Lord of the Rings. He is a powerful and wise wizard who plays a crucial role in the story.


Gandalf is a member of the order of the Istari, also known as the Wizards, who were sent to Middle-earth to aid in the fight against Sauron. Gandalf provides guidance and support to the main characters, including Frodo Baggins, who is entrusted with the task of destroying the One Ring, a powerful and dangerous artifact that Sauron created to help him conquer Middle-earth.


Throughout the story, Gandalf serves as a mentor and advisor to the other characters, helping them to understand their own strengths and abilities and encouraging them to persevere in the face of difficult challenges.


He is also a skilled strategist and fighter and uses his powers to defend the Free Peoples of Middle-earth against Sauron’s forces.



19. Neo (The Matrix trilogy)


Neo (The Matrix trilogy)


In the Matrix trilogy, Neo is the key figure that spearheads the rebellion against the Machines and turns the tides of the long-running war between humans and A. I. He is a culmination of multiple anomalies in the system created by The Architect, and he has the power of ‘The One’ to defeat the Architect.


After Neo sees the truth that humans are no more than slaves living in a simulated world, he uses his power to warp the simulation and bypass all the checks and controls set up by The Architect.


He brokers a peace deal whereby humans and machines call a ceasefire and decide to live in peace. Despite facing seemingly insurmountable odds, Neo remains determined and focused, and his actions and sacrifices have a profound impact on the future of humanity.


In the end, he emerges as a true hero, having saved humanity from the machines and brought hope to a world that had been trapped in darkness for far too long.



20. Wonder Woman (DC Comic)


Wonder Woman (DC Comic)


Wonder Woman is a superheroine and one of the most iconic characters in the DC Universe. She is a demi-god from Greek mythology and the daughter of Hippolyta. Wonder Woman is an Amazonian princess from the island of Themyscira, where she was raised in a society of strong, empowered women.


She possesses superhuman strength, speed, agility, ability to fly, etc. She is skilled in hand-to-hand combat and the use of various weapons, including the Lasso of Truth. Wonder Woman is known for her compassion, wisdom, and fierce determination, and uses her powers to defend the innocent and fight for justice.


She is a fierce and courageous warrior who is unafraid to speak out against injustice and stand up for what she believes in. Despite facing numerous challenges and setbacks throughout her career, Wonder Woman remains determined and dedicated to her cause, and is an inspiration to all those around her.



21. Darkseid (DC Comics)


Darkseid (DC Comics)


Darkseid is a powerful and formidable villain in the DC Universe, known for his immense strength and near-invincibility. He is a tyrannical ruler, hailing from the planet Apokolips, and is one of the most feared and respected beings in the universe.


Darkseid possesses a wide range of powers, including superhuman strength, speed, durability, and Omega Beams that can disintegrate almost anything in their path. He is also able to teleport, manipulate matter, and project powerful energy blasts.


In addition to these powers, Darkseid is also highly intelligent and has mastered many forms of advanced technology, making him a formidable opponent in any situation. Despite his immense power, Darkseid is not invulnerable and has been defeated on occasion by powerful opponents such as Superman and the Justice League.


However, he remains one of the most formidable villains in the DC Universe and is a constant threat to the heroes who seek to oppose him.



22. Galactus (Marvel Comics)


Galactus (Marvel Comics)


Galactus is a cosmic being in the Marvel Universe. He is a powerful, god-like entity who exists to consume entire planets in order to sustain his own existence. He was the last living being of Taa-an, who integrated with the Sentience of The Cosmos to become Galactus.


Galactus is the antagonist in the Marvel Universe, as he represents a threat to the safety and security of countless worlds. He has been depicted as a formidable opponent, with god-like powers that make him almost impossible to defeat.


Despite this, there have been instances where heroes such as the Fantastic Four and the Avengers have managed to thwart Galactus and prevent him from consuming certain planets. In addition to his role as an antagonist, Galactus has also been depicted as a more complex character, with his own motivations and reasons for consuming planets.


This has added depth to his character and has made him an important and influential figure in the Marvel Universe.



23. Jean Grey/ Dark Phoenix (Marvel Comics)


Jean Grey/ Dark Phoenix (Marvel Comics)


Dark Phoenix is the alter-ego of Dr. Jean Grey from the X-Men series of comics. It centers around Jean Grey, an Omega-level mutant with telekinetic and telepathic powers. She is possessed by the Phoenix Force, a cosmic entity that grants her immense power but also corrupts her.


The story follows Jean as she struggles with the darkness within her and the consequences of her actions as the Dark Phoenix. The events of the story arc of Dark Phoenix had a significant impact on the plotlines of the X-Men comics and the Marvel Universe as a whole.


Dark Phoenix is a cosmic entity that does not like to be contained and cannot be killed. However, she is amoral and does not support any evil alliance either. The story arc of Dark Phoenix has been adapted into several media, including an animated television series, a video game, and a film titled “Dark Phoenix”, which was released in 2019.



24. Obi-Wan Kenobi (Star Wars universe)


Obi-Wan Kenobi (Star Wars universe)


Obi-Wan Kenobi is a character in the Star Wars franchise. He is a wise and powerful Jedi Master who serves as a mentor to the series’ protagonist, Luke Skywalker, and his father Anakin.


Obi-Wan is known for his calm and collected demeanor as well as his ability to think strategically and use the Force to his advantage in combat. In the Star Wars prequel trilogy, Obi-Wan is portrayed as a young man who is apprenticed to Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn.


He is loyal, brave, selfless, and willing to sacrifice himself for the greater good. After Qui-Gon is killed by the Sith Lord Darth Maul, Obi-Wan becomes a Jedi Knight and takes Anakin Skywalker as his own apprentice.


In the original trilogy, Obi-Wan is in exile on the desert planet Tatooine, where he takes on the persona of “Old Ben” Kenobi. He meets Luke Skywalker and begins to teach him the ways of the Jedi.


Obi-Wan ultimately sacrifices himself in a lightsaber duel with Darth Vader, revealing to Luke that Vader is his father and allowing him to escape. Despite his death, Obi-Wan’s spirit continues to guide and mentor Luke throughout his journey.



25. Galadriel (Tolkien universe)


Galadriel (Tolkien universe)


Galadriel is a powerful and wise elf who appears in J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings and other works. She is one of the leaders of the Elves and is highly respected by other races, including humans, dwarves, and wizards.


Galadriel is known for her beauty, grace, and great wisdom. She is also skilled in magic and has the ability to communicate telepathically with others. In the story, Galadriel is instrumental in the efforts to defeat the dark lord Sauron and his forces.


She offers counsel and guidance to the other characters and helps them on their journey. One of her greatest accomplishments is her ability to resist the pull and the power of the One Ring and counsel Frodo on the right path.


Galadriel was given the Ring of Water, which granted her great power and the ability to communicate with all living things. Galadriel is also known for her generosity and kindness.


She often helps those in need and offers them shelter and assistance. In the story, she plays a crucial role in the fate of the hobbits Frodo and Sam, who are entrusted with the task of destroying the One Ring and defeating Sauron.



26. Darth Vader (Star Wars universe)


Darth Vader (Star Wars universe)


Darth Vader is a complex and multifaceted character in the Star Wars franchise. He is a Sith Lord and the primary antagonist of the original trilogy. Darth Vader is known for his distinctive black armor, helmet, and cape as well as his imposing stature and deep, ominous voice.


On the surface, Darth Vader is a ruthless and formidable enemy who will stop at nothing to defeat his enemies and achieve his goals. He is a skilled warrior and a powerful user of the dark side of the Force, and he commands a vast army of stormtroopers and other minions.


However, Darth Vader is not entirely evil. He was once a Jedi Knight named Anakin Skywalker, who was seduced by the dark side and turned against his fellow Jedi. Despite his fall to the dark side, Anakin still possesses a sense of good within him and he ultimately redeems himself by sacrificing his own life to save his son, Luke.


Throughout the Star Wars movies, Darth Vader is portrayed as a tragic figure who is torn between his love for his family and his loyalty to the evil Emperor Palpatine.


Despite his many accomplishments as a Sith Lord, Darth Vader is ultimately unable to escape the grip of the dark side, and he dies in an act of redemption.



27. Lucifer Morningstar (DC Comics)


Lucifer Morningstar (DC Comics)


Lucifer Morningstar is a complex and multifaceted character who appears in the DC Comics universe. He is based on the biblical character Lucifer, the fallen angel who was banished from Heaven and sent to rule over the underworld for all eternity.


Lucifer’s powers are second only to those of his father and he retains all his angelic powers despite his fall to Hell. Despite his reputation as the personification of evil, Lucifer is a complex and nuanced character who defies simple classification.


He is intelligent, charming, witty, and is capable of great kindness and compassion. However, he is also prideful, selfish, and manipulative, and he has a tendency to put his own desires above the needs of others.


Lucifer becomes bored with his existence as the ruler of Hell and decides to retire to Australia, where he becomes a nightclub owner of Lux. Despite his efforts to leave his past behind, Lucifer is constantly drawn back into conflicts with various angels, demons, and other supernatural beings.


He must confront his own demons and confront his own sense of purpose in the world.



28. Scarlet Witch (Marvel Comics)


Scarlet Witch (Marvel Comics)


Scarlet Witch, also known as Wanda Maximoff, is a character in the Marvel Comics universe who has played a significant role in many storylines and events. She is a mutant with powerful reality-warping abilities, including telekinesis, telepathy, and energy manipulation, as well as the ability to cast spells and curses.


Scarlet Witch is a complex and troubled character who struggles with her own power and the weight of her responsibilities. She has gone through many changes and challenges throughout her comics history, and her actions have had significant consequences for the Marvel Universe and its characters.


She has fought as a member of both the X-Men and The Avengers and she also fought against both groups at different times. In recent years, Scarlet Witch has become an even more prominent and influential character in the Marvel Comics universe, with her own solo series and a central role in major events like “House of M” and “Avengers: Disassembled.”



29. Odin (Marvel Comics)


Odin (Marvel Comics)


Odin is a powerful and ancient Asgardian king and the father of Thor in the Marvel Comics universe. He is known as the All-Father and is one of the most powerful Asgardians.


Odin possesses extraordinary strength, endurance, and longevity. He is able to harness and control Asgardian magic and is an expert in battle strategy. He also has the ability to see into the future and past and possesses superhuman senses.


He is able to cast powerful spells and create illusions and energy blasts. Odin is also able to fly, transport, and manipulate objects with his mind. He is also able to create and control portals to other dimensions.


Odin is considered a wise and noble ruler but is also known for his arrogance and his tendency to be ruthless in his decisions. He often appears as a wise mentor, guiding his son Thor and other Asgardians.


He is known to be one of the strongest and most powerful beings in the Marvel universe.



30. Kratos (God Of War)


Kratos (God Of War)


Kratos is the main protagonist of the God of War series, a series of action-adventure games developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment. He is a Spartan warrior who is driven by a deep sense of rage and vengeance after he is tricked into killing his family by the Greek god Ares.


Kratos embarks on a quest to kill Ares and become the new God of War, using his immense strength, skill with weapons, and powerful magical abilities to defeat his enemies and claim his place as a deity.


Throughout the series, Kratos is portrayed as a complex and multifaceted character who struggles with his own inner demons and the guilt of his past actions. He is ruthless and brutal in combat, but he also possesses a sense of honor and loyalty to those he holds dear.


Despite his fearsome reputation, Kratos is also vulnerable and capable of showing compassion and love, particularly towards his family. Over the course of the God of War series, Kratos faces many challenges and battles against powerful foes, including gods, monsters, and other mythical creatures.


He also grapples with the consequences of his actions and the role he plays in the larger conflict between the gods and the mortals of the ancient world.



31. Living Tribunal (Marvel Comics)


Living Tribunal (Marvel Comics)


The Living Tribunal is a powerful and mysterious cosmic entity in the Marvel Comics universe. It is one of the most powerful beings in the Marvel multiverse and is often depicted as an enormous humanoid figure with three faces, each representing a different aspect of its power and function.


The Living Tribunal is tasked with maintaining the balance of power within the multiverse and ensuring that no single entity becomes too powerful. It has the authority to overrule the decisions of other cosmic beings and to take any action necessary to maintain the balance.


The Living Tribunal is said to be completely impartial and objective; it is not swayed by personal feelings or motivations. Despite its immense power and authority, the Living Tribunal is rarely seen in the Marvel comics, and little is known about its origins or motivations.


It has made only a few appearances in the comics, usually in cases where the balance of the multiverse is threatened and the intervention of the Living Tribunal is deemed necessary.


He serves as a guardian of the cosmic order and ensures that no single entity becomes too powerful.



32. Ororo Munroe (Marvel Comics)


Ororo Munroe (Marvel Comics)


Ororo Munroe, also known as Storm, is a mutant and a prominent member of the X-Men in the Marvel Comics universe. She was born in New York City and is of African descent.


At a young age, Ororo’s family moved to Cairo, Egypt, where she was orphaned at the age of five after a plane crash killed her parents. Ororo survived the crash and was forced to live on the streets, where she developed her powers of weather manipulation.


As an adult, Ororo becomes a skilled thief and uses her powers to survive in the streets of Cairo. She is eventually discovered by Professor Charles Xavier, who recruits her to join the X-Men and helps her control and hone her powers.


As a member of the X-Men, Storm becomes a respected leader and a powerful ally to her fellow mutants. She is a skilled fighter and a powerful mutant who is respected by her fellow X-Men and feared by her enemies.


Throughout her time with the X-Men, Storm is known for her leadership skills, her calm and collected demeanor, and her powerful control over the weather. Despite her sometimes tumultuous past, Storm is a strong and capable hero who uses her powers for the greater good.



33. Q (Star Trek)


Q (Star Trek)


Q is a powerful and mysterious being in the Star Trek universe and is a member of the Q Continuum, a race of omnipotent beings who possess god-like powers. Q has the ability to manipulate time, space, and matter to an immense degree and is able to move through space and time instantly.


He is able to change the reality of any situation and can even create entire worlds and dimensions with a thought. He can control energy and reshape matter. This allows him to change the molecular structure of matter, altering its properties, appearance, and purpose.


He also has the ability to read the minds of others, create illusions and teleport himself and others. Q is indestructible and can’t be harmed by any form of conventional weapon.


He is ageless and has the ability to self-heal, able to recover from any physical injury almost instantly. In terms of intelligence, Q’s knowledge is immeasurable. He has the ability to understand and control the most complex and advanced technology.


In short, Q possesses god-like powers, making him one of the most powerful beings in the Star Trek universe. His powers are often depicted as being limitless, and the crew of the Enterprise, who Q frequently interacts with, are often left awestruck by his abilities.



34. Doctor Strange (Marvel Comics)


Doctor Stranger (Marvel Comics)


Doctor Strange is the alias of Dr. Stephen Strange from Marvel Comics. He was a famous neurosurgeon in New York City until he met with an accident that damaged his arms.


After all Western medicine failed to cure his injury, in desperation, Dr. Strange went to Kamar Taj in Nepal to regain the use of his hands. Dr. Strange mastered the mystic arts and grew into the role of Master of Mystic Arts.


He resides at the Sanctum Sanctorum in Greenwich Village, New York City, and became the Sorcerer Supreme. In his role, Dr. Strange defended Earth from the attack of Thanos, Dormammu, etc., and worked with superheroes like the Fantastic Four, the Avengers, X-Men, and more.


Dr. Strange was arrogant, over-confident, and fearless. His abilities include sorcery, immortality, Astral projections, energy bolts, time manipulation, telepathy, telekinesis, etc. He can yield the powerful time stone and has weapons like the Eye of Agamotto, Cape of Levitation, Gauntlet of Strange, etc.



35. Black Adam (DC Comics)


Black Adam (DC Comics)


Black Adam is a powerful DC Comics character who is an antihero and a frequent adversary of the superhero Shazam. Black Adam is an ancient Egyptian slave named Teth-Adam who was chosen by the wizard Shazam to be his champion.


When Teth-Adam says the magic word “Shazam,” he is imbued with incredible powers, including superhuman strength, speed, and durability, as well as the ability to fly and control lightning. He also has the ability to harness the wisdom of Solomon, the strength of Hercules, the stamina of Atlas, the power of Zeus, the courage of Achilles, and the speed of Mercury.


He has a strong sense of justice, but his methods are often forceful and radical. Black Adam was originally a villain, but over the course of his comic book appearances, he has been portrayed as a complex antihero who is willing to fight for what he believes is right, even if it means going against the heroes of the DC universe.



36. General Kirigan (Shadow and Bone)


General Kirigan (Shadow and Bone)


General Kirigan, also known as “The Darkling” is a fictional character from the Shadow and Bone Trilogy written by Leigh Bardugo. He is the main villain of the first book of the series.


He is a Grisha, a person with extraordinary abilities that can manipulate matter. He is also a powerful “Darkling” who has the ability to control and manipulate the darkness. He is able to bend and shape darkness to his will, such as creating constructs, and illusions, and even making himself invisible.


He can also enhance his physical abilities with his power, such as increasing his strength and speed. Kirigan also has a unique ability to sense and control the “amplifiers” which are objects that can enhance the powers of Grisha, making him one of the strongest and most powerful Grisha in the series.


He is a charismatic leader, as well as a political figure, who is also capable of making shrewd and calculated decisions. As the leader of the Second Army, he uses his power and influence to consolidate power and rule over Ravka.


He is determined to unite his country and bring an end to the war, but his methods are often ruthless and cruel, which leads the protagonist to be conflicted about him throughout the series.



37. Gellert Grindelwald (Fantastic Beasts franchise)


Gellert Grindelwald (Fantastic Beasts franchise)


Gellert Grindelwald is a powerful dark wizard and a major antagonist in the Fantastic Beasts film franchise. Grindelwald is a major figure in the Wizarding World during a time period, and his actions have a significant impact on the events of the franchise.


In the first Fantastic Beasts film, Grindelwald is a mysterious figure who stays behind the curtains and has been working to gather powerful magical artifacts. These artifacts could further his ultimate goal of elevating pure-blood wizards to a position of dominance over all other magical beings.


As the main antagonist of the series, Grindelwald’s role is that of an extremist, willing to use any means necessary to achieve his goal, including violence and manipulation. He also is the one who splits the wizarding world between the pureblood and non-purebloods; his actions cause ripples and make it a central theme in the series.


Grindelwald’s ultimate goal is to create a new world order, and the protagonist Newt Scamander and the rest of the main characters must stop him from achieving it.



38. Silver Surfer (Marvel Comics)


Silver Surfer (Marvel Comics)


The Silver Surfer is a powerful and iconic character in the Marvel Comics universe. One of his most notable appearances is in the “Galactus Trilogy” storyline, in which the Silver Surfer is sent to Earth by his master, the world-devouring Galactus, to locate new planets for him to consume.


The Silver Surfer ultimately rebels against Galactus and joins forces with the Fantastic Four to stop him from destroying Earth. The Silver Surfer’s backstory is also expanded in “The Infinity Gauntlet” storyline, where he is revealed to be the Herald of Galactus.


Silver Surfer is portrayed as a tragic figure, a lonely and misunderstood being, who is struggling to find his place in the universe. He often finds himself caught between his duty to Galactus and his own sense of morality.


He is a symbol of sacrifice and redemption, as he ultimately chooses to risk his own existence to save the Earth and other planets from his former master’s hunger. His actions also often lead to the revelation of deeper cosmic and universal secrets, playing a significant role in the storylines and also serving as a bridge between different comic book series.



39. Thor (Marvel Comics)


Thor (Marvel Comics)


Thor is a powerful superhero in the Marvel Comics universe and the Asgardian prince of thunder. He is the son of Odin, the ruler of Asgard, and is known for his incredible strength, durability, and endurance.


He is able to lift and wield his enchanted hammer, Mjolnir, which gives him the power of flight, the ability to summon and control lightning, and the ability to use it as a weapon.


Mjolnir also has the power to open up portals to different realms, including Asgard, and increase the strength of Thor and other worthy individuals. Thor’s powers also include superhuman strength, stamina, agility, and regenerative healing, which he gets from his Asgardian heritage.


Additionally, he has the ability to manipulate the elements, specifically storms, and lightning. He is able to call upon the power of storms and create thunderstorms, tornadoes, and lightning bolts, which he uses as a weapon in battle.


He is also virtually immortal and immune to most diseases. Thor also has the ability to detect and locate objects from vast distances and can locate anyone from across the Nine Realms, thanks to his extraordinary senses.



40. Doomsday (DC Comics)


Doomsday (DC Comics)


Doomsday is a fictional character in the DC Comics universe and is most well-known as one of Superman’s most formidable foes. He is a formidable, nearly indestructible weapon of destruction that is created through experimentation with Kryptonian DNA.


Doomsday is typically depicted as a monstrous creature with superhuman strength, durability, and regenerative abilities. He has the ability to adapt to any form of attack, making him immune to nearly all forms of injury, and he can also survive in the vacuum of space.


He is also known for being relentless, and he won’t stop fighting until he is victorious. Doomsday was created as an ultimate fighting machine after thousands of deaths through experimentation.


He retained the memories of all this, making him a bitter, ruthless, and formidable foe to all lifeforms. Doomsday is responsible for the death of Superman. He is a formidable and dangerous opponent who has challenged many of the heroes of the DC universe and is considered to be one of the strongest and most powerful villains in the DC universe.



41. Thanos (Marvel Comics)


Thanos (Marvel Comics)


Thanos is a powerful and infamous villain in the Marvel Comics universe. He is a member of the race known as the Titans, and is often referred to as the “Mad Titan”.


Thanos is obsessed with the concept of death and seeks to court death by any means necessary, often through acts of mass genocide. Death has also shown an interest in him and goaded him to take up more challenging kills with every attempt.


He has extraordinary superhuman strength, endurance, and intelligence and is able to harness energy and matter to manipulate the universe to his will. He is able to teleport and create force fields and is virtually indestructible.


He also has the ability to survive in the vacuum of space and can manipulate time. Thanos has fought most of the powerful cosmic beings in the Marvel universe in an attempt to please Death.



42. Mr. Mxyzptlk (DC Comics)


Mr. Mxyzptlk (DC Comics)


Mr. Mxyzptlk is a fictional impish character in the DC Comics universe who is known for being a trouble-making imp from the fifth dimension. He possesses reality-warping powers and often uses them to torment Superman and the people of Metropolis.


He is able to manipulate reality, create objects out of thin air, and control the elements. He is also able to teleport and can survive in the vacuum of space.


He is immune to most forms of injury and can’t be harmed by any conventional weapons. Mr. Mxyzptlk is a comedic character, often portrayed as a mischievous prankster. He is a recurring and popular villain in the Superman comics and a fan favorite, known for his comedic elements and his reality-warping abilities.


He is a formidable and dangerous opponent for Superman and can be difficult to defeat, as he is not bound by the laws of physics and often turns Superman’s own actions against him.



43. Captain Marvel (Marvel Comics)


Captain Marvel (Marvel Comics)


Captain Marvel, also known as Carol Danvers, is a powerful superhero in the Marvel Comics universe. She possesses extraordinary superhuman strength, speed, agility, durability, and the ability to fly. She is able to harness and control energy, including being able to project powerful energy blasts, and also has the ability to absorb and manipulate different forms of energy to enhance her own abilities.


She is also able to create force fields and is virtually invulnerable to most forms of physical harm. Captain Marvel has the ability to survive in space and has a regenerative healing factor.


She is also an expert in hand-to-hand combat and is skilled in military tactics and strategy. Captain Marvel is considered one of the most powerful heroes in the Marvel universe, being able to contend with heavyweights such as Thor and the Hulk in battle.


She is also a leader and a respected figure within the Avengers team and the larger Marvel universe.



44. He-Man (He-Man)


He-Man (He-Man)


He-Man is the main protagonist of the Masters of the Universe franchise. He-Man is the alter ego of Prince Adam of Eternia and is the most powerful man in the universe; he is called upon to defend Eternia from the evil Skeletor and his minions.


When Prince Adam raises his sword and says the magic words “By the power of Grayskull, I have the power!” He-Man is transformed into a powerful muscle-bound warrior. He possesses superhuman strength, stamina, and durability and is an expert in hand-to-hand combat, using his sword and shield in battle.


As He-Man, Prince Adam becomes the defender of Eternia and its people, leading a group of heroes known as the Masters of the Universe, including characters such as Man-at-Arms, Orko, and Teela.


He-Man is a leader, a protector, and a symbol of hope to the people of Eternia. He is determined to defend his kingdom and its people from the evil Skeletor and his minions and restore peace and order in the kingdom.


He-Man is seen as an iconic character and a defining figure of the 1980s entertainment franchise.



45. Godzilla




Godzilla is a giant monster and one of the most iconic figures in popular culture. He is a giant irradiated reptile and has a variety of abilities that make him a formidable and powerful opponent.


Godzilla has superhuman strength, endurance, and regenerative abilities and is able to withstand high levels of radiation. He also has the ability to breathe atomic fire, and his skin is almost impenetrable.


Godzilla can release intense heat rays and is able to create a strong gravitational pull. He is also able to swim at high speeds and survive underwater and in space.


Godzilla has been portrayed as both a destructive force and a hero, depending on the story. He is mainly known for his ability to destroy cities and cause widespread devastation but in some films, he has also been depicted as a defender of the Earth against other giant monsters.


He is often seen as a force of nature, with his actions driven by primal instincts rather than any sort of malice or intention. Regardless of the story, Godzilla is seen as a powerful and indestructible creature that is able to withstand the most powerful of attacks.



46. Alina Starkov (Shadow and Bone)


Alina Starkov (Shadow and Bone)


In the fantasy book series Shadow and Bone, Alina Starkov is the main protagonist. The series is set in a fictional world called Ravka, where Alina is a young orphan who grows up in a military camp.


She discovers that she has a unique power known as “Grisha magic,” which allows her to summon light and create illusions. This power makes her a valuable asset to the kingdom of Ravka, which is currently at war with neighboring countries.


Throughout the series, Alina struggles to understand and control her powers while also trying to navigate the complex political landscape of Ravka. She is tasked with defeating the powerful Darkling and his army of monsters, the Unsea.


She also has to contend with the machination of various other power-hungry characters and factions vying for control. Her powers will help the kingdom and the people to believe in her and will help her to get out of her shadows.



47. Teela-na (He Man)


Teela-na (He Man)


Teela-Na is a fictional character in the “He-Man and the Masters of the Universe” franchise. She is a warrior and the adopted daughter of the powerful sorcerer, Man-At-Arms. In the original cartoon series and comics, Teela is a skilled warrior who fights alongside He-Man and the other Masters of the Universe to protect the planet Eternia from the evil sorcerer Skeletor and his minions.


She is a brave and determined character who is not afraid to put herself in harm’s way to protect her friends and her home. She serves as the leader of the palace guards and is responsible for training new recruits.


Teela-Na is also the love interest of Prince Adam, the alter ego of He-Man, and her own father, Duncan, is responsible for teaching her the ways of combat and swordsmanship.


Teela-Na plays a vital role in the series, both as a warrior and a leader. She is a powerful, skilled fighter who is not afraid to take on the forces of evil and is a valuable member of the team of Masters of the Universe.



48. Hulk (Marvel Comics)


Hulk (Marvel Comics)


Hulk is a superhero appearing in comic books published by Marvel Comics. The Hulk is the alter-ego of Dr. Bruce Banner, a brilliant physicist, who was exposed to a gamma radiation event that resulted in him transforming into the Hulk whenever he becomes angry.


The Hulk has immense superhuman strength, durability, and regenerative abilities, making him one of the strongest characters in the Marvel universe. He is known for his incredible rage, destruction, and ability to survive in nearly any environment.


Despite his monstrous appearance and rage-fueled actions, Hulk is not truly a villain and has been both a solo hero and a member of various superhero teams such as the Avengers.


Throughout his comic history, Hulk has undergone various transformations and has different versions of the character, the most well-known are the Savage Hulk, who is pure rage, and the Professor Hulk, who can control his transformation, and has more intelligence and control.



49. Aslan (Narnia)


Aslan (Narnia)


Aslan is a fictional character in the Chronicles of Narnia series written by C. S. Lewis. He is the King of Narnia and the embodiment of good. Aslan is a lion and is described as powerful and wise.


He is the creator of Narnia and is seen as a father figure to all its inhabitants. He is benevolent and compassionate and is always working to protect and guide the people of Narnia.


Aslan is a symbol of hope and sacrifice, willing to give his life for the sake of others. He is often seen as a mentor and guide to the main characters of the series, guiding them on their journey and helping them to overcome the challenges they face.


He also is depicted as a powerful and wise force, willing to fight against the forces of evil to protect the innocent. His role in the story is a crucial one, and the story often revolves around him and his actions.



50. The Reverse-Flash (DC Comics)


The Reverse-Flash (DC Comics)


Reverse-Flash, also known as Professor Zoom, is a supervillain appearing in DC Comics. He is the archenemy of The Flash (Barry Allen) and his legacy. The character’s origin story is that Eobard Thawne, a scientist from the 25th century, became obsessed with the Flash and used his own advanced technology to give himself super speed, becoming Reverse-Flash.


His ultimate goal is to destroy The Flash’s life and legacy by any means necessary, often resorting to murder and manipulation. He often travels through time in an effort to ruin the Flash’s past, present, and future.


Reverse-Flash is notable for his yellow suit, which serves as a direct contrast to the Flash’s red suit. He possesses the same powers as the Flash, including super speed and time travel, but with one major difference; He is able to manipulate time and space at will.


Reverse-Flash’s abilities and mind make him one of the most dangerous and powerful Flash’s enemies, often leading him to cause major events and damage in the DC universe.



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