Most Powerful Superhero

Day and night these costumed characters protect our world and sometimes universe from supervillains. And this lists is fully dedicated to the most powerful superheroes that ever existed. We all love a good fantasy and dudes with supernatural and often extraterrestrial powers. Shiny stylish suits, bright prospects and unforgettable personalities, that’s what we get from a regular superhero. The greatest ones have surely gained our love and loyalty either through their heroic deeds or those who played them on the big screen. Thanks a lot, Robert Downey Jr. A great clash for the title of the most powerful superhero is already raging! Make sure you get there in time.

This list of the strongest superheroes will focus not only on Marvel/DC creations. It collects a huge database of heroes from various sources, Japanese manga and animated films included. We wouldn’t want to limit your choices with only conventional superheroes that you all are used to. RankTopTen team knows that the world produced a plenty of good guys with unorthodox powers and they are worthy of participation in this list. Think that some Dragon Ball characters can easily beat Superman and Batman? Go ahead and vote, but make sure you back your choice up with a comment. Who knows, maybe other users will be persuaded by your overview of your favorite’s strengths.

Who is the most powerful superhero in your eyes? Glance through this chart and don’t hesitate before leaving a vote in favor of the character that deserves it the most! And remember, your voice is your own superpower.

1

Superman

Who is the most powerful superhero? This Krypton-born super alien is one of the greatest representatives of the comic book industry. Known as Clark Kent, the guy has a wonderful physique, almost unbeatable powers, and a hot girlfriend to accompany him. Proud protector of Metropolis, he can fight any being and win. Or can he?

2

Hulk

This green guy makes it to any list of the strongest superheroes. Mix of rage and power make him almost a villain but always with good intentions. He can have friends, fall in love and still kick the butts of gods like Loki. True veteran of comic books, he’s the one to fear and admire.

3

Thor

This guy is always among the strongest superheroes. Asgardian god with a great sense of justice, honor, pride and self-esteem he becomes an iconic protector of Midgard while charming us with his love story and humanlike simple jokes that melt our hearts. Just don’t stand in a way of his Mjolnir, okay?

4

Goku

Goku is one of the strongest characters if SSF2; speed and power are his strong points. Goku is good in aerial game, recovery, and swimming; he has wonderful combo ability and 7th grab. However, players with disjointed hitboxes have a significant advantage over him as the character has some problems with range.

5

Silver Surfer

Many people think he’s the most powerful superhero, and he does not lack popularity for sure. Granted powers by Galactus, he becomes an evil herald, but switches sides to become one of the most iconic good guys Marvel ever created. Who doesn’t like a guy with a surfboard, crashing a skull or two in process?

6

Dr. Manhattan

Often considered among the strongest Marvel characters, Jon Osterman acquired his powers after a failed experiment, gaining a distinct blue skin, shiny eyes and a point on his forehead. Becoming a member of Watchmen and achieving powers including teleportation, sub-atomic vision and impossible strength he is the one to fear when you’re against him.

7

Iron Man

Iron Man (Anthony Edward "Tony" Stark) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, as well as its associated media. The character was created by writer and editor Stan Lee, developed by scripter Larry Lieber, and designed by artists Don Heck and Jack Kirby. He made his first appearance in Tales of Suspense #39 (cover dated March 1963).

8

Phoenix/Dark Jean Grey

"The Dark Phoenix Saga" is an extended X-Men storyline in the fictional Marvel Comics Universe, focusing on Jean Grey and the Phoenix Force. It was written by Chris Claremont with art by Dave Cockrum and John Byrne.It is sometimes divided into two parts, with the "Phoenix Saga" (Uncanny X-Men #101-108, 1976–1977) referring to Grey's seeming assumption of the Phoenix power and the repair of the M'Kraan Crystal, and the "Dark Phoenix Saga" (Uncanny X-Men #129-138, 1980) referring to her corruption and fall.

9

Batman

Batman is a prime example that most powerful superheroes can have only money to become the saviors. Bat-guy in a bat-suit on a bat-car with a bat-drone fighting bad guys of Gotham and clashing with Joker here and there. Bats is an icon of comic book industry. Can someone help Wayne finally find the trigger?

10

Flash

Flash is the most powerful superhero when it comes to electrifying speed and inhuman reaction time.His only weapon is his speed and he does not need anything else to hunt the bad guys. A veteran of comic books and a legend when it comes to mass media, featuring in many cartoons and movies.

11

One-Above-All

The One Above All is a Celestial in the Marvel Universe. The character, created by Jack Kirby, first appeared in The Eternals #7 (January 1977). Within the context of the stories, the One Above All is the leader of the Celestials and is present during the Fourth Host to visit Earth.

12

Green Lantern

A part of intergalactic team of the strongest superheroes, Green Lantern is the definition of bravery and willingness to sacrifice himself for a greater good. One of the founders of Justice League, he has cemented his spot as a top superhero with a huge fanbase. Are you one of many guided by the green light?

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Asuna Yuuki
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Ghost Rider
15

Galactus

Reborn cosmic essence that existed long before our universe was born, Galactus raises the level of expectations from all strongest superheroes. He hunts for new planets to feast upon and sends Silver Surfer as the herald of doom that will come to the target world. It would take more than Hulk to stop him, right?

16

Deadpool

Who doesn’t love Wade Wilson? Created as a mockery to DC’s Deathstroke, he quickly became one of the strongest comic book characters, striking not only with his humor but with exceptional martial and weaponry skills, backed up by impressive regeneration capabilities allowing Wilson to grow a new limb or a whole body if need be.

17

The Beyonder

Often called one of most powerful Marvel and DC characters due to his abilities. Beyonder is a space creature, capable of changing the matter and influence things on a galactic level. He appeared both as a villain and a wannabe superhero. Capable of defeating the Legion Accursed, he proves to be among the strongest characters ever.

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Doctor Strange
19

Captain Marvel

Strongest Marvel characters would envy this DC’s powerful mortal. He was gifted with powers by the wizard Shazam and activates them by shouting his name. Each letter of “Shazam” stands for a unique power of ancient Greek gods. Once surpassing even Sгperman in popularity, Captain deserves some SHAZAM from the audience.

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Sentry
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Gohan
22

Gogeta

In the film Fusion Reborn, Goku and Vegeta use the Metamorese Fusion Dance, which creates Gogeta (ゴジータ Gojīta), who sports slight visual differences from their previous merger. In the anime-only sequel, Dragon Ball GT, Goku is transformed into a kid by an accidental wish made by his old enemy Pilaf using the Black Star Dragon Balls while Pilaf was about to wish to take over the world.

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Eternity
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Odin
25

Martian Manhunter

The Martian Manhunter (J'onn J'onzz) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. Created by writer Joseph Samachson and designed by artist Joe Certa, the character first appeared in Detective Comics #225 "The Manhunter From Mars" in November 1955. He is one of the seven original members of the Justice League of America.

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Spider-Man

Spider-Man is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character was created by writer-editor Stan Lee and writer-artist Steve Ditko, and first appeared in the anthology comic book Amazing Fantasy #15 (Aug. 1962) in the Silver Age of Comic Books.

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Captain America
28

Wolverine

Looking for the strongest DC character? Better check out this Marvel superhero with built-in claws and inhuman regeneration. A true loner with a passion for alcohol and cigars, he appeals to the audience with his strength and willpower, allowing him to defeat almost any opponent. Earned iconic status by cooperating with the X-Men and Avengers.

29

Doomsday

Talking about the strongest comic book characters? Don’t forget about Doomsday! This guy can regenerate, is super strong and evolves way past the thing that kills him, making himself almost unbeatable after the centuries of roaming the universe. The only way to stop him from getting stronger is to let him live. Pretty lit, huh?

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Living Tribunal
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SSJ4 Gogeta
32

Steven Universe

A young boy takes his mother's place in a group of gemstone-based beings, and must learn to control his powers.

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Molecule Man
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Vegeta
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Vegito