As the king of a certain offshoot of humanity known as the “inhumans,” the Black Bolt has been described even by other superheroes as one of the most powerful beings in the universe. Capable of some serious energy manipulation, the Bolt can use this power to increase any of his abilities to ridiculous levels.
This means Larfleeze has the combined might of an entire army of warriors who each individually wield “possibly one of the most powerful weapons in the known universe.” It’s lucky for everyone in the DC universe that Larfleeze is usually too busy trying to beat up Santa to ever use his powers to their full potential.
The age old debate of most powerful super hero always comes down to two names: Superman and The Hulk. While Superman may remain the strongest in the DC films, The Hulk doens't win this fight on the Marvel side of things. According to the head of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige, Captain Marvel wears the belt in this universe.
black adam The Mighty Teth Adam is beyond a mere villain; he is a force of nature. The power that flows through him—six Egyptian deities, and their attributes; the Stamina of Shu, the Speed of Heru, the Strength of Amen, the Wisdom of Zehuti, the Power of Aten, and the courage of Mehen—has brought entire civilizations to their knees, in times both ancient and modern.
Doomsday defeated Superman, Darkseid, most dc heroe's who went after him and was only stopped by "the end of the Universe"... If anyone says Darkseid is more powerfull than Doomsday is only out of personnal favouring, not because is being logical.
Can you guess which are the most powerful superheroes of all time? Ever since Superman stepped onto the scene, it seems as though people everywhere have been debating the most powerful superheroes and villains.But as powerful as Superman is, is he THE strongest superhero?