Balance is needed in the world. Every time it gets sunny, it starts to rain. Every fast has a slow counterpart. And there is bad for every good.
The same goes for comic books. For them to work, there must be forces that work against each other. Comics have done an amazing job of making characters, settings, dimensions, and realities that are different from each other. As an example…
- Dr. Strange and Dormammu
- Dr. Doom and the Fantastic Four
- Thanos and the Avengers
- Loki and Thor
- Green Goblin and Spider-Man
I made a list of the Top 6 Most Powerful Marvel Superheroes not too long ago. Heros like Odin, Adam Warlock, Franklin Richards, and Black Bolt were on the list. In the end, I felt like I wasn’t done. I started making a list of the most powerful Marvel supervillains to help me feel better.
Now, to make things fair, I’d like to bring it to your attention.
6. Doctor Doom
Doctor Doom is on this list because he is so smart that even the smartest people can’t figure him out. He is the smartest bad guy on this list. He used to have the power of the Beyonder. When Beyonder was too stupid to think twice about bringing Doctor Doom to his Secret Wars battlefield, he should have known how far Doom would go to get power.
He was made to represent the worst kind of intelligence in people. He is like real-life bad guys who were able to overthrow democracies and the monarchy to get what they wanted.
Doctor Doom is the ruler of Latveria. He stays calm and peaceful, like an educated man, until someone interrupts his meditation or a chance to get more power shows up at his door.
He is a regular bad guy for the Fantastic Four. He has beaten the team of four or more than once, but as we already said, when he got the powers of the Beyonder, he became the ruler of everything that was alive.
Beyonder is a member of a race from another world called Beyonders. He or she isn’t really a bad guy, but he or she always makes trouble for the heroes. He was brought to Earth by a ray that was looking for vibration in the galaxy, but no matter why he was there, he changed the way Earth’s Mightiest Hero worked.
When he looked at life on Earth, he was fascinated by the small creatures that lived in their own worlds but were also part of the universe. The fact that these kinds of creatures existed led Beyonder to try something that would become Marvel’s best comic story.
From the gardens of New York City, Hulk, Spider-Man, and some of the Avengers, Fantastic Four, and X-Men were taken to a space-time area. Doctor Doom, Doctor Octopus, the Enchantress, Kang, the Lizard, the Molecule Man, Ultron, the Wrecker, the rest of the Wrecking Crew, and Galactus were all in the same area when Absorbing Man appeared.
Now, there was a planet in front of them that was just called the Battleworld. They were asked to fight a secret war, as the name suggests. This would show the Beyonder the truth about these heroes and villains who represent the people on Earth.
Even though a lot of things happen, the main point of Beyonder was that, as beings who live with other beings like themselves, humans can choose to live alone. But what makes us human are the groups and societies we live in.
Legion is the name of the group mind of David Haller, the son of Charles Xavier. David Haller has been both a hero and a villain at different times. He got psionic abilities from his father, who was a very powerful mutant.
But a thing that happened when he was in his early teens would change him forever. When a group of terrorists broke into his hometown and killed his stepfather right in front of him. David had a surge of psionic energy that made him vulnerable to all the astral energies in the area. This event made David’s mind have a disorder called dissociative identity disorder.
He was one of the strongest mutant heroes when he was in charge and could use his psionic powers. But when a personality takes over his mind, he is nothing but a puppet for the person who has him. Legion is that force that is strong enough to push David to the side and use his powers for their own goals. He thinks of himself as a victim.
David’s life is a great example of both a person with dissociative identity disorder and a person with autism. His time as a victim and his eventual victory over himself makes for an amazing journey.
3. Amatsu-Mikaboshi (The Chaos King)
Mikaboshi, the being that came from the cosmic entity Eternity, was in charge of the Earth when there was nothing there but a void. After Gaea created life and the planet grew, it was fate that Mikaboshi would come back to get what he had left behind thousands of years ago.
Every being in the universe was trying to stop Mikaboshi because he was trying to make the universe empty. But in the end, they couldn’t stop the Chaos King. Not even the power of the gods could stop him.
Mikaboshi was truly unbeatable. He had the power to turn his defeated enemies into puppets he could use, and when Death left the scene, he left behind an army of the dead. At the end of the day, the Chaos King was killed by Amadeus Cho, who was the smartest kid in the universe.
Mikaboshi is based on the Japanese myth of how the world was made, but it also reminds us of the darkness that lives inside us and wants to end everything. When you have bad thoughts, your good thoughts are either drowned out or not heard, which is very bad for us.
From one persona to the next, the hero known as Sentry is a sentient being whose fist has the power of a thousand suns. What happens when he can’t control his powers, which leads to an evil that is too strong?
Void is a being made from the imbalance that Sentry’s power causes in his head.
When the Sentry was a member of the Dark Avengers, Norman Osborn used his whims to control him so much that he destroyed Asgard. Even though it might have been Sentry’s fault when he did it, Void took over and chaos broke out.
Not only did he split Ares in half, but he also easily beat the Avengers. This is the real power that the heroes look into before they call Sentry to help them with a mission.
The Void is the physical form of our own darkness, which lives inside us. The people who made the Void make fun of the fact that people are sometimes greedy and selfish. There are some ways to control substance abuse, but it’s not like what the story of Sentry shows us.
1. Molecule Man
Molecule Man was the strongest of them all. He used to be a joke villain in comics from the Silver Age, but now he is a thought project.
Molecule Man is said to be the strongest being in the universe because he can control every molecule. However, he has a terrible disease that he can’t get rid of. The best way to use his skills to the fullest.
Once he finds balance within himself, nothing in this multiverse will be able to come close to this threat.
But in a big surprise, Molecule Man could join the good side if, when he realizes how powerful he is, he feels overwhelmed by the guilt and responsibility that come with having so much power. But that’s not possible for a bad guy, right?
This character is the most out-there idea that Marvel writers have ever come up with. He’s a human, and he’s just a regular thug who’s trying to make ends meet. But one day, he finds out that he has as much power as the cosmic entities, which are the things that gave us life. It’s crazy to think that a bad guy like this could exist.
Now, bad guys come in all shapes and sizes, but true evil comes from within us. So, if we want to be good people, we have to get rid of these thoughts that hurt other people. What did we miss or not seem to notice? These were some of the most powerful bad guys in the Marvel Universe.
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