Characters from Comics with Too Much Power

Characters from Comics with Too Much Power

Here are 15 15 Most Unfair Characters from Comics with Too Much Power.

The Sentry

The Sentry

He resembles Henry Cavill’s Superman but with longer hair and more vibrant clothing. The Sentry was introduced into the comics as a part of a significant occasion.

Superman

Superman

Superman has more than once faced his match, but in comparison to just about every other hero and a bad guy on Earth, he is still at the top of the chart.

Chasseur d'homme martien

Chasseur d'homme martien

Strength, flight, and durability are the usual set, but MM also possesses a variety of somewhat off-kilter abilities that prepare him for almost every circumstance.

Professeur X

Professeur X

The X-Men comics and films have long been engaged in a protracted conflict with a significant barrier. Not Magneto, I assure you.

Thor

Thor

The god of thunder can brag of endless stamina, hyper-enhanced senses, and immense strength, enough to topple buildings with a gentle push.

Phoenix/Jean Grey

Phoenix/Jean Grey

Their shared history has grown over time to the point that Jean Grey is the Phoenix rather than just being possessed by a dark cosmic entity.

Goku

Goku

Goku has abilities that are easily categorized as super, and he is unquestionably a good guy. He has more strength than the ordinary person, and he manages to save the world regularly.

Dr. Manhattan

Dr. Manhattan

Doctor Manhattan is essentially a smarter, more nihilistic version of Superman who is capable of reforming himself after any wound.

Nate Grey

Nate Grey

Although he was biologically the son of Scott and Jean Grey, Mr. Sinister’s genetic manipulation during his conception allowed him to acquire superhuman powers.

Franklin Richards

Franklin Richards

Mind you, Franklin Richards has never used his powers because they have been latent and unreachable for the majority of his life.

The Silver Surfer

The Silver Surfer

The Silver Surfer isn’t your typical superhero; he primarily acts as a sort of proto-Dr Manhattan who muses over his place in the cosmos while possessing the ability to obliterate an entire solar system.

Squirrel Girl

Squirrel Girl

Okay, I admit it—Squirrel Girl most likely couldn’t destroy a planet. She is unable to bend reality’s fabric, travel across time, or control black holes.

The Homelander

The Homelander

This comics character was created by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson. Homelander is a supervillain in the comic book series “The boys”.

The Hulk

The Hulk

The hulk first appeared in comics world in 1962 (The Incredible Hulk). Due to exposure to gamma rays he got his superhuman powers.

Shazam

Shazam

Until you encounter Shazam/Captain Marvel, Superman may have the moniker “boy scout,” and be known as the defender of the American way and the sunny side of justice.