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Top 10 Marvel Characters Too Powerful For The MCU (Comics Explained)

Mar 30, 2024
What's going on guys it's Rob welcome back to Comics Explained and everyone is making video lists again it's time to jump on the bandwagon so here are the Top 10 Marvel Comics Characters Who Are Too Powerful For The MCU Lo Which means that if the Marvel Cinematic Universe were to put them in movies, they would have to reduce their power to tell compelling stories now. If you want a more complete discussion on these various

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and more, be sure to check out our playlist which you will find in the description called Too Powerful for the MCU perfectly titled so starting at number 10 on our list is the void now some of you guys may not know who the void is and the void is incredibly

powerful

people who do know who the void is probably just Damn this is what you're starting your list with okay this list is going to be crazy when it comes down to it is about the void, think about someone in Marvel

comics

who is basically a little more

powerful

than Superman but he never stops and doesn't care. who they hurt and that's what emptiness is.
top 10 marvel characters too powerful for the mcu comics explained
Long story short, in Marvel Comics there is a guy named Robert Reynolds and Robert Reynolds consumed a serum that was basically not an attempt to recreate the super soldier serum that was when Steve Rogers became Captain. America ended up becoming much more powerful than Captain America and adopted the superhero name Centric. The problem with this is that Robert Reynolds has multiple personality disorder or dissociative identity disorder like a rock these days and basically emptiness is his problem. Alter Ego now the void has done all kinds of crazy things in Marvel Comics the void has taken on an entire contingent of the X-Men, the Fantastic Four and the Avengers at the same time and they couldn't stop him, the Incredible Hulk is scared. of the Void, but it is probably the greatest display of the power of the Void.
top 10 marvel characters too powerful for the mcu comics explained

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It was actually an alternate reality story that was basically an alternate telling of the conclusion of the events of the Siege of Asgard, which of course was a story where Asgard was basically attacked. The Void ended. manifested at the end of that conflict and basically killed everyone on Earth, all the superheroes and like Loki and Thor and all the Guardians ad and then just ascended into the universe where he presumably proceeded to kill Galactus and all the cosmic entities and basically take In the entire universe, this guy was pretty broken, but he made it to number nine on our list and tried Juggernaut, so in Marvel Comics and in his base form, Kane Marco is basically just a guy who took an item called the Crimson Gem from Sidrak. which imbued him with all sorts of crazy upgrades, the most notable of which is that whenever Juggernaut starts moving, nothing can stop him.
top 10 marvel characters too powerful for the mcu comics explained
The only exception is when the Incredible Hulk did it once, although it was a really cool moment, it still seemed like it. a little weird, but you also had the eighth day Juggernaut, which is basically when the Juggernaut's powers are enhanced, and then Trion, which is the most powerful version of the character of him that we've ever seen. The idea behind this is that Juggernaut was possessed by a spirit called Trion and using Juggernaut's power combined with his own insane power level, Tryon Juggernaut was able to punch holes in reality, literally punching cracks in the universe.
top 10 marvel characters too powerful for the mcu comics explained
This guy is number nine on our list just to give you some perspective on how powerful the people on this list are going to be, but moving on to number eight, we have Sidorak, now Sidorak is a ridiculously powerful character, to the point that even

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As dormammu they draw on the power of Sidorak using things like the Crimson Bands of Sidarak. confined within his own Dimension called the Crimson Dimension, but if this guy ever escaped his reality and entered the main Marvel Universe with his full power, he would be unstoppable. Even Stephen Strange confirmed that nothing in the universe could stop this guy's power, the cosmic entities couldn't stop him, Galactus couldn't stop him, it would basically bring about the end of all things, but coming to number seven, our discussion on Sid Iraq it's a little lame I admit, but coming to issue seven it's Galactus empowered by dormammu yeah there's a point in Marvel Comics where Galactus is empowered by dormammu by basically consuming him pray know how this story plays out and Galactus is becomes so powerful, so what ended up happening is Galactus shows up in a world to consume it like Galactus normally does, which in this world was a guy named Zolos in an effort to basically save his world, Zola sneaks off to Stephen's house Strange, steals a bunch of magical artifacts and then uses the power of those artifacts on Galactus away from the main home.
The Marvel universe itself and the Mystic Realms, this leads to Mephisto basically going into a bedroom and saying, "Hey, you can control Galactus and if you have the power of Galactus, you can basically do anything" or "Mamu" always looking expanding beyond the dark dimension and conquering the entirety of the universe he encounters Galactus and Galactus immediately consumes him and basically absorbs all of dormammu's magical power, so he is effectively Galactus with the power of dormammu. There was a point where Galactus almost escaped into the entirety of the Multiverse and if that had happened, everything would have happened.
If he had fallen to the might of Galactus wielding the power of dormanu, he would have taken control, conquered, and probably even consumed and destroyed the entirety of the Multiverse in Marvel Comics, which is now number six on our list and I know people who are familiar with this character it's really going to be number six. You're putting this guy ahead of dormammu-empowered Galactus, yeah, and bear with me, there's a reason why the heart of the monster Hulk aka World Waker Hulk 2.0 is now a lot. You guys have heard about the World War Hulk story, where the Incredible Hulk was angrier than ever.
The monster Hulk's heart takes it to the next level and is the strongest we have ever seen. The Incredible Hulk and the History of Funnily enough, Marvel Comics has a video here at Comics Explained that you can watch once you're done watching this video, but the idea behind the heart of the Hulk monster is that basically Bruce Banner finds a well of wishes and he literally essentially wishes he could fight forever but what's behind it is that Hulk is the strongest he's ever been and even Steven is weird and everyone watching him realized that there was basically nothing that could stop this guy, the only person with the power to stop part of the monster Hulk was the heart of the monster Hulk.
I mean, the guy looked ridiculously op. In fact, Umar, who ruled the dark dimension at the time, actually fled his own dimension and went to Steven Strange and asked for help. For Steven Strange to find some way to defeat the heart of the monster Hulk, there was no way to stop this guy, he was basically breaking the dark dimension. Imagine someone entering the kingdom of Dormammu or even Umar who, depending on who is writing the story is sometimes even more powerful than dormammu and basically dominates their kingdom and even breaks their kingdom just because of how powerful they are, nothing of the magical energy that Umar had worked and that there was no conceivable way to stop this guy.
Now, finally, they just broke up. draining banner's gamma radiation and then returning to his normal form, but the fact is that he is such a ridiculously powerful version of the hulk that not even a being comparable to dormammu's power had the ability to stop him from being at number five in our list. list and This will be an interesting situation. I'm here to see how people react. Hope Summers or I sink and there is a reason for this. I know many people who are familiar with these characters and wonder what why in the world. Would you choose them because of the powers they had?
When it comes to these two characters, they have the ability to duplicate the powers of anyone they see and they can do so for an indefinite period of time and there is no defined upper limit to it. power they can duplicate, we haven't necessarily seen them copy Galactus' powers, but there's no reason to believe they can't and if this is something they can do, I know I'm manipulating the books a bit. let me have my moment here, I really wanted them on the list, but if they had the ability to duplicate the powers of Galactus or eternity or Infinity, any of the cosmic entities would rival them in power very similar to the Protege and in fact we can include Protege as part of this group if we want because it could basically do the exact same thing and even use it as a sort of litmus test to basically establish what Hope Summers and Synchronization are capable of.
There was a point in Marvel Comics where Protege copied. the powers of the Living Tribunal and the only option the Living Tribunal had to defeat that guy was to basically absorb him, there was no conceivable way to overpower him because for every ounce of magical energy or reality warping or whatever the Living Tribunal used . Protege was able to match him and then counter him, so in this circumstance there is no reason to believe that Hope Summers and Sync can't do the same, but they are ranked number four on our list and anyone who knows anything about this YouTube channel. you know we had to include this guy we had to include this guy you had to know this was coming my crazy man Jim Jaspers now I love, love, love Jim Jaspers you talk to anyone who's been watching this channel for a while and I knew that this guy was going to be on this list.
Jim Jaspers was on a list to see that this is when we started moving away from the guys who like to do things on a universal scale and the guys who can do things on a multiversal scale, so Jim Jaspers existed. in two forms, the first was Earth 2 3 38 and the second was the main Marvel Universe, it involved a story called Captain Britain, which was basically fine, what ended up happening is that when Captain Britain was sent to Earth 238 to confront Jim. Jasper, since the reality is that he was never going to defeat him and really wasn't supposed to, was supposed to give him an idea of ​​what Jim Jaspers was capable of because the main version of the Marvel Universe imagines that Jaspers was more powerful than the version that was on Earth 238, but the diaspers at the gym on Earth 238 basically created a being called The Fury who could essentially understand and then adapt to the powers of anyone he faced and was tasked by Jim Jaspers to kill all of them.
Earth's superheroes. I know that doesn't necessarily seem like an incredible feat. Look at this. Through a series of circumstances that are basically too complicated to go into in this video, what ended up happening is that you basically tried to bring superheroes back to Earth. In Earth's Universe 238, this led Jim Jasper to initiate something called Jasper Warping, which literally began to warp and distort the entirety of reality to the point that his entire universe had to be destroyed to prevent it from impacting e. It will even affect the rest of the Earth. the Multiverse because if Jasper's warp hadn't been controlled, it would have warped, twisted and ultimately destroyed the entire Multiverse and Marvel Comics now shifts to Captain Britain facing off against Madgem Jaspers in the main Marvel Universe, while we didn't actually see the madman Jim Jaspers. do something like Jasper's warping, what we saw was a crazy level of reality warping that was built on the fact that it could have destroyed the Multiverse.
There's literally a point where Captain Britain walks into this guy's office and finds himself in an infinite expanse. out of space and like Jim Jaspers starts snapping his fingers and reality starts changing around Captain Britain to the point where he's like a little kid at school like it's all this crazy stuff, but the kids hopelessly outgrow the maps. , remember like during the events of Infinity War and the end of the Avengers. game where you basically had the Guardians of the Galaxy hit Thanos in the head Celestial Nowhere and basically everything looked like fun but then he used the Reality Stone and then it showed everything was like in Flames imagine that happened So. that in the blink of an eye and that's Jim Jaspers' power, he could do it on a whim, he doesn't need an infinity stone to be able to perform that level of reality warping, that's his power, that's how capable he is. on number three, Matsu mikabashi's king of chaos, this guy was crazy, this guy was basically some kind of facsimile or a Herald or a Herald, if you want to call him that, of the cosmic entity Oblivion, like we said at the beginning of the video .
We are not including cosmic entities here, so because this guy is not a tried and true cosmic entity, we can include him in the list, but a Matsu mikibashi right on the King of Chaos, this guy killed all the gods in the entire world. Multiverse, each and every one of them fell as cosmic entities. the nine meterscomplete and in fact this guy almost destroyed the entirety of the Multiverse, the only reason he wasn't destroyed is because Hercules was basically empowered by the Multiverse itself to essentially defeat the King of Chaos, so Hercules basically came out victorious, but this guy was able to eradicate all the gods and cosmic entities in the entire Multiverse, every single one of them it was cool to see him do that with just that level of power, but I gotta tell you this guy has nothing on the tattoo on our list. here, so at number two is Beyonder and Molecule before the retcon.
Now everyone familiar with the

comics

knew these guys were going to be in the top three, at the very least. I imagine you probably suspected they would be number one, number one. It's a completely different Beast, this guy is just our number one guy, he's just god level, so here's the What happens with this in Marvel Comics is what's called retroactive retcon continuity, this is basically when a writer comes in and changes a character's story or modifies them in some way so that their story is not the same as always. The reason I say this is because in Marvel Comics the Molecule Man and the Beyonder exist in two forms, pre-Redcon and Post-Retcon.
Pre-retcon is when they were most powerful, so the way this played out is that in Marvel Comics If you have a universe, then you have the Multiverse, which is a collection of universes, and beyond that you have what is called the verse. Beyond. I know it's not a very unique name, bear with me. The gist behind this is that in the Beyond verse They have what are called Beyonders. These are beings of simply unfathomable power. Astronomical power. They're still not as powerful as the number one guy on our list, but they are incredibly powerful. However, the idea behind Beyonders is that they are basically confined to the Beyond.
They can't actually enter the main Marvel Universe, but there was only one exception when this happened: there was a man on Earth named Owen Reese who is basically running an experiment at a company called Acme Atomic Corporation, what he ended up doing was inadvertently creating a Cosmic Cube basically takes energy from the Beyond-verse and then releases it into the main Marvel Universe. Now, when this happens, whenever someone creates a Cosmic Cube, they usually go into a Containment Cube which people then use to do all kinds of crazy things. Marvel Comics, because there was no containment cube, half the energy went into Owen Reese and the other half of the energy just flew into space and then he eventually became sentient and that's how you get the original Secret Wars in 1984.
The important thing behind this is that because Owen Reese was imbued with the power of the beyond, which we are not going to go into all the things that were done with this character in Jonathan Hickman's Avengers New Avengers, but because of the fact that he was imbued with all the power or at least some of the power of an afterlife, there was basically nothing he couldn't do, this guy had incredible levels of power and in fact, where the full potential of Owen Reese and Secret Wars 1 was unlocked in 1984 and Secret Wars 2, which was I wrote shortly after that the entirety of Owen Reese's power was used when he went toe-to-toe with the Beyonder who was slightly more powerful than Owen Reese, but the battle between the two sent waves of crash through the Multiverse and that is the power of These.
Guys, these guys have the ability to alter the fundamental structure of the Multiverse itself. All cosmic entities fell before these guys. The Living Court Galactus eternity Infinite every version of them, except the Living Court, there is only one Living Court in the entire Multiverse, but each Cosmic. The entity that existed in all the Universes of the Multiverse fell to the power of these guys, but even they are not as powerful as our number one guy, aka Clyde Wincham, the Marquee of Death, so this guy is a Hoss absolute. Watch this just to give you a perspective of how powerful he is.
The Wind of Clyde basically comes from what we call the real world in Marvel Comics, so if you could read about this world that you live in now in Marvel Comics, it would be Earth. 1218 I think the numerical designation is what's important here is that in his reality Clyde Wincham was the only person with powers and had the ability to alter reality when his father died, he basically unconsciously resurrected him, his mother got scared and hit him. She grabbed his head with a candelabra and left him in a wheelchair and in a semi-conscious vegetative state. The only thing this guy cared about when he was basically left in a hospital being cared for by several nurses was his comics when those were.
Removed, this guy got into the main Marvel Universe and summoned all the superheroes, including Galactus, to his reality, he just brought them in and literally everything was exploding and Galactus immediately started consuming the Earth in the real world, now eventually everything was resolved and Basically, Reed Richards takes Clyde Wincham to a place where he is put in this machine, well he will only have happy dreams until his body shuts down due to old age, but there is an alternate reality where all that exactly happened. the same way, except basically a bunch of villains, one of which was Molecule Man Owen Reese, who we just talked about, who basically showed up where Clyde Wincham was and then took him out.
Clyde Wincham immediately unleashed a psychic wave. energy that killed everyone there, then took off into the time stream and disappeared for a few billion years, so what ends up happening is you come back to the present and you find out that Clyde Wincham is actually the guy who taught the Doctor Doom everything he knows. and he's angry about the fact that Dr. Doom has always lost to Fort Fantastic, so when Dr. Doom goes to challenge this guy, Dr. Doom basically leads all of Earth's superheroes against the Marquee. of Death, which is what Clyde Winchend calls himself now and literally every superhero on Earth eventually ends up killing the Marquee of Death.
Reed Richards, of course, dies in the process. Doctor Doom marries Susan Storm and after about five years has led Earth to a utopia, at which point Susan Storm asks if you are satisfied with everything. and Doctor Doom says yes, I'm finally happy and then it's revealed that none of that happened, that the Marquee of Death had altered reality in such a way that it tricked Doctor Doom into believing that this great big battle had taken place and Dr. Doom had single-handedly saved not only the universe but the Multiverse because the Marquee of Death was a guy who was powerful enough to erase entire universes with a wave of his hand and it hadn't actually been five years. , it had been five minutes. he ends up turning Doctor Doom's heart to stone, his blood to acid, takes him through a time portal and leaves him three million years in the past, where Doctor Doom is eaten by a Megalodon shark.
Now the rest of the story unfolds his way. but it turns out that the only being in the entire Multiverse that can possibly stop Clyde Wincham is actually Clyde Winchip, so what they end up doing is going and getting the version of him that originally appeared and that was taken to the machine where he would do it. . dreams happily ever after dreams until his body fell apart due to old age and that version faces the Marquee of Death and because this battle had weakened the Marquis of Death in such an extreme way, the newly returned Doctor Doom kill the Marquee of Death.
Don't ask how Doctor Doom came back, it's comic book logic, but with that said guys, that's our list, let me know who you would have put at number one. Thanks everyone for watching and I'll catch you later. Peace.

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