Who has the most impressive abilities to you?

unspoken_respectunspoken_respect I smell tittysPosts: 8,981 ✭✭✭✭✭
edited February 2011 in Quite Comical
This goes for any comic book character.

One more thing………DON’T BE MAKIN UP SHIT EITHER!!!
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  • iAMNOVAiAMNOVA Posts: 2,493 ✭✭
    edited June 2010
    I always thought that the "reality gem" from the infinity gems had wicked powers
  • IResearchIResearch Posts: 287 ✭✭✭
    edited June 2010
    Dr. Manhattan. By a landslide
  • alliedallied Posts: 2,828 ✭✭✭
    edited July 2010
    Will always be Superman...
  • CainCain Admin, Moderator, old.me.is no more Cyttorax DimensionPosts: 31,071 Regulator
    edited July 2010
    Juggernaunt's power is crazy. He's basically unstoppable doesnt tire or need food.
  • sickbizzlesickbizzle Posts: 1,184
    edited July 2010
    Jesse Custer with the Word of God
  • Craig RobinsonCraig Robinson Posts: 2,819 ✭✭✭✭
    edited July 2010
    yall got a comic section? smh i thought this section was about comedians...*exits*
  • ra-mes1ra-mes1 Posts: 420
    edited July 2010
    IResearch wrote: »
    Dr. Manhattan. By a landslide

    Word. or Molecule Man (marvel villain from 70's/80's). Able to pretty much rearrange reality as he sees fit (but too feeble-minded to do it at will consistently). He could basically turn anyone to dust if he felt like it, if I remember correctly
  • anthony7qanthony7q Posts: 782
    edited July 2010
    IMO Firestorm has the most impressive powers. He can turn concrete into popcorn.
  • l77543020l77543020 Posts: 34
    edited July 2010
    hulk his power is unlimited
  • The ÜbermenschThe Übermensch Posts: 52
    edited July 2010
    The Presence/One Above All.

    Close Thread.
  • Sourpatch KidSourpatch Kid Posts: 3,811 ✭✭✭
    edited July 2010
    Mr. Fantastic cause he can stretch any part of his body, I would stretch my shit to the size of a sperm whale if my chick got me mad and on the other side, I always thought Franklin Richards aka Mr. Fantastic and Susan Storm's son had the coolest powers but dude is pretty much God and his powers will limit the amount of years he has to live.
  • bigrizzbigrizz Posts: 4,351 ✭✭✭
    edited July 2010
    Franklin Richards Has unlimited telpathic ability and can control reality

    The Scarlett witch- Can alter reality however she wants
  • Swiffness!Swiffness! Posts: 7,491 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited July 2010
    Taskmaster. Can perfectly mimic any physical movement.

    was a star athlete in high school. lol, he could've watched Joe Montana & Tony Gwynn tapes and became Super Bo Jackson. Instead he became a b-list supervillain. Idiot.
  • xtraillxtraill Posts: 286
    edited July 2010
    ra-mes1 wrote: »
    Word. or Molecule Man (marvel villain from 70's/80's). Able to pretty much rearrange reality as he sees fit (but too feeble-minded to do it at will consistently). He could basically turn anyone to dust if he felt like it, if I remember correctly


    This guy is still around and is very powerful!!!! (he's gotta be top 25)

    He has the psionic ability to manipulate all forms of matter on a subatomic level, and to manipulate all known forms of energy and to convert matter into energy or energy into matter.

    He has mental issues (self confidence and self doubt) that usually foil his plans.
    a.mannHyenaKilla
  • Sourpatch KidSourpatch Kid Posts: 3,811 ✭✭✭
    edited July 2010
    xtraill wrote: »
    This guy is still around and is very powerful!!!! (he's gotta be top 25)

    He has the psionic ability to manipulate all forms of matter on a subatomic level, and to manipulate all known forms of energy and to convert matter into energy or energy into matter.

    He has mental issues (self confidence and self doubt) that usually foil his plans.

    As far as the Marvel Universe, the most powerful people are Nate Grey/Summers aka the X-Man aka Cable when he was younger before he caught the disease that affects his right eye and Franklin Richards. Those people are God in Marvel Comics, they can create and destroy anything from their mind without lifting one finger, point blank.
  • xtraillxtraill Posts: 286
    edited July 2010
    As far as the Marvel Universe, the most powerful people are Nate Grey/Summers aka the X-Man aka Cable when he was younger before he caught the disease that affects his right eye and Franklin Richards. Those people are God in Marvel Comics, they can create and destroy anything from their mind without lifting one finger, point blank.


    While Cable and Franklin Richards are powerful, the most powerful people in the Marvel Universe are not on Earth
  • DrMindbender122DrMindbender122 Posts: 1,525 ✭✭✭
    edited July 2010
    I'd have to go with the Hulk. The limits of his powers have NEVER been fully measured. Think about it; his powers are pretty much limitless. As the saying goes: "The madder Hulk gets, the stronger Hulk gets." He's pretty much owned every Marvel character he's ever fought...aside from any of the Eternals (Galactus, Death, Infinity or any other comparable characters).
  • unspoken_respectunspoken_respect I smell tittys Posts: 8,981 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited July 2010
    Mr. Fantastic cause he can stretch any part of his body, I would stretch my shit to the size of a sperm whale if my chick got me mad and on the other side, I always thought Franklin Richards aka Mr. Fantastic and Susan Storm's son had the coolest powers but dude is pretty much God and his powers will limit the amount of years he has to live.

    Thats fucked up.
  • unspoken_respectunspoken_respect I smell tittys Posts: 8,981 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited July 2010
    Synch is that dude synch.jpg

    "Synch's mutant power equips him with a bio-energetic aura that allows him to duplicate the effect of the powers of any superpowered being in his vicinity and sometimes the power itself, essentially becoming in "synch" with that person (or more specifically, his or her bio-energetic aura).

    It had been theorized that in time, with practice, Synch would have been able to permanently retain any powers and abilities he acquired. However he is not always able to "synch" with purely physical abilities or abilities that exceed his physical makeup.

    Potentially, if Synch had not died he would have become one of the most powerful mutants in the Marvel Universe"
  • Crude_Crude_ Legend Posts: 15,925 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited August 2010
    Jean Grey/Phoenix Force- telepathy, telekinesis, but as the Phoenix Force she has the ability to travel through space and time, ability to psionically manipulate matter and any energy form, and ability to create powerful "cosmic" fire

    The brawd basically can control read and destroy shit with her mind and doesn't even have to lift a finger. I don't understand why Marvel doesn't do her more justice she should get her own Origins film too I know she isn't as popular as "Wolverine" but she is much more powerful.

    Nate Grey/X-Man- telepathy, telekinesis, psychometry, precognition, ability to exist as living psychic energy, and cross dimensional travel

    Much like his mother can basically destroy shit with his mind and he can many cases read you thoughts before you even have them. Someone like him would be almost unbeatable in a battle.

    Cable does basically the same thing as Nate Grey

    Mr. Sinister- Super human strength, durability, longevity, telepathy, telekinesis, molecular manipulation, and genius level intellect

    The Hulk and Red Hulk- Superhuman strength, stamina and durability; healing factor; energy absorption; intelligence, and heat generation



    Marvel has a lot of other over the top characters as well, but these were a few that immediately came to mind for me.
  • AK.aPHillYisILLAK.aPHillYisILL Posts: 1,583 ✭✭✭
    edited August 2010
    Dude just give me them adamantium claws and i'm slicing and slashing through anything in my god damn path. Not only that but the super human healing abilities is a plus too!
  • CopperCopper The WickPosts: 38,207 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited August 2010
    storm -the ability to manipulate weather is still mind blowing to me
    proteus (xaviers sun)
    jean grey phoneix
    hulk-the strongest humanoid on earth in the marvel universe
    superman is and always will be the blueprint
    batman has no power but what he does with will power is far more impressive than anyone else
  • thephantasmthephantasm Posts: 238 ✭✭✭
    edited September 2010
    Ravanger, Alan Scott, Taskmaster, Iron Fist, Human Torch, Batgirl (cassy cain), Superman, Superboy, etc.
  • Sourpatch KidSourpatch Kid Posts: 3,811 ✭✭✭
    edited September 2010
    storm -the ability to manipulate weather is still mind blowing to me
    proteus (xaviers sun)
    jean grey phoneix
    hulk-the strongest humanoid on earth in the marvel universe
    superman is and always will be the blueprint
    batman has no power but what he does with will power is far more impressive than anyone else

    I thought Professor X's son's name was Legion. A bit like morph, he can turn into anyone but basically his face never changes and he has their powers. He shot Professor X by accident while trying to kill Magneto and Magneto became the new leader of the X-men and had a baby with rogue.
    a.mann
  • DarkRaidenDarkRaiden Posts: 1,411 ✭✭✭
    edited September 2010
    Blackheart-can control millions with mind control, once destroyed a planet with hi mind, has near infinite regeneration and is the 3 omni's in the darkforce dimension, too bad he's a demon.

    Silver Surfer - power cosmic, can create/survive/destroy blackholes, and planets, can timetravel, can see small times into the future, can transmutate nearly anything and can amp up his own powers. Too bad he's all metallic

    Dr. Strange- takes on universal level threats, can do nearly anything with magic, was Eternity(stronger than Galactus)

    Multiple Man(I think that's his name), can make hella lot of copies of himself that can survive if the original dies, they can combine back together and gain knowledge and abilities the copies have gained. Only problem is that some copies are homo or bi and you remember and feel that shit.
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