10 Most Powerful Celestials: The Celestials in Marvel Comics are the subject of a myth.
Zgreb, a cosmic creature also known as ‘The Fallen’ and ‘The Sorrower’ sought the universe for its lover while giving no thought to the carnage it left behind.
The living planet Ego was first introduced in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. He claimed to be a Celestial despite his unusual design and showed the ability to absorb entire worlds into himself.
Widely regarded as “The Communicator,” he rebelled against Arishem the Judge because he thought his fellow Celestial had broken protocol.
For twelve billion years, the Celestial known as the Godhead was in charge of the planet Viscardi.
The 4 Hosts of Earth Celestials were led by Arishem the Judge, who also unleashed “the Great Cataclysm,” a flood that nearly wiped off the Deviants.
Exitar was given the name “Executioner” for his work in eliminating celestial realms that the other beings thought to be unfit.
The Fulcrum is the supreme deity that is served by cosmic entities such as the Celestials as well as their evil counterparts, the Horde.
An Alpha Celestial named the Progenitor visited the ancient Earth millions of years. He passed away upon arriving thereafter becoming infected by the cosmic Horde.
During their battle against Protégé’s danger, the first Guardians of the Galaxy encountered a Celestial who was very powerful.
The Phoenix Force’s nature is constantly shifting from one story to the next, but it is consistently acknowledged as being connected to cosmic forces, making it a Celestial in many forms.