#1 Edited by green_skaar (4415 posts) - - Show Bio

This thread is to consolidate all planet-busters in Marvel. I'm only including those below Sky-father-level.

Beta Ray Bill

Issue: Strombreaker: The Saga of Beta Ray Bill 3

Fallen One

Issue: Thanos 12

Silver Surfer

Issue: Silver Surfer Annual 7

Terrax

Issue: Annihilation - Heralds of Galactus 1

Hulk/Red She-Hulk

Issue: Incredible Hulk 634

Gladiator

Issue: Unknown

Nova

Issue: Silver Surfer vol 3 #9

NOTE: Not a planet destruction but a star's destruction and result in a black hole.

HONOURABLE MENTIONS

This is dedicated to those that didn't quite bust a planet technically but did something very impressive.

Thor

Issue: Thor God of Thunder 2 and 9

Deed: Mjolnir is said to be able to "shatter planets as easy as pebbles." Thor while fighting Gorr caused near by planets to crack.

Blue Marvel

Issue: Adam Legend of Blue Marvel #3

Deed: Nearly busted the moon in half by throwing his Congressional Medal of Honour.

Grey Hulk

Issue: Marvel Comics Presents 52

Deed: Busted up an asteroid twice the size of Earth.

#2 Posted by green_skaar (4415 posts) - - Show Bio

If I'm missing any cases or information, please let me know and I'll edit the top post accordingly. Thanks!

#3 Edited by cameron83 (7146 posts) - - Show Bio

@green_skaar said:

If I'm missing any cases or information, please let me know and I'll edit the top post accordingly. Thanks!

What about Black Bolt? Isn't it possible for him?

Also,Thor (I believe that in,Thor:GOT,his blows shattered planets) and Gladiator (similar feat of blows shattering planets or something like that). And there are TONS more

Also,this is an excellent thread

#4 Posted by green_skaar (4415 posts) - - Show Bio

@green_skaar said:

If I'm missing any cases or information, please let me know and I'll edit the top post accordingly. Thanks!

What about Black Bolt? Isn't it possible for him?

Also,Thor (I believe that in,Thor:GOT,his blows shattered planets) and Gladiator (similar feat of blows shattering planets or something like that). And there are TONS more

Also,this is an excellent thread

I'm in the middle of compiling a Black Bolt respect thread, stay tuned, which I'm not aware of any planetary feats from him.

Gladiator, good catch, just added.

Thor, not sure, if someone has references I'll add them.

#5 Posted by Wolverine08 (40722 posts) - - Show Bio

@green_skaar: YEAHHHHH! Give the Inhuman king the proper respect he deserves!

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#6 Edited by RaggedScarecrow (813 posts) - - Show Bio

Does eating a sun count as planet busting? Because if so you've forgotten Jean Grey/Phoenix Force.

#7 Posted by Mr_Ingenuity (7403 posts) - - Show Bio

Does eating a sun count as planet busting? Because if so you've forgotten Jean Grey/Phoenix Force.

Don't think X-Men the end is canon. But I agree Dark Phoenix is a planet buster.

#8 Posted by green_skaar (4415 posts) - - Show Bio

Does eating a sun count as planet busting? Because if so you've forgotten Jean Grey/Phoenix Force.

I'd put Phoenix Force around or above Sky-Father, so probably won't include it. Thanks for the suggestion.

#9 Posted by Outside_85 (8565 posts) - - Show Bio

Hmm seeing as you discount the PF, I suppose Surtur is also out? (Since he destroyed a galaxy to make his sword).

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#10 Edited by green_skaar (4415 posts) - - Show Bio

Hmm seeing as you discount the PF, I suppose Surtur is also out? (Since he destroyed a galaxy to make his sword).

Correct. I know Sky-fathers and above and wipe out galaxies and universes in some cases. Maybe I'll start another thread, or make a side bar for those folks as well.

#11 Edited by jloneblackheart (5506 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm pretty sure it was Silver Surfer Annual #7 where Morg was defeated. Beta Ray Bill and Stardust was probably in Stormbreaker: The Saga of Beta Ray Bill #3, but I'll have to check if that's the correct issue number (I know it was that series).

Frankie Raye easily destroyed a star once. Does that count for your list?

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#12 Posted by green_skaar (4415 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm pretty sure it was Silver Surfer Annual #7 where Morg was defeated. Beta Ray Bill and Stardust was probably in Stormbreaker: The Saga of Beta Ray Bill #3, but I'll have to check if that's the correct issue number (I know it was that series).

Frankie Raye easily destroyed a star once. Does that count for your list?

Thank you, made the edits. If you have the issue from the star feat let me know, I'll include it.

#13 Edited by jloneblackheart (5506 posts) - - Show Bio

@green_skaar: Even better, I had time to scan it. Silver Surfer vol 3 #9

Edit: I also always like to mention that Nova is the weakest of the Heralds of Galactus. ;)

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#14 Posted by bgibs13390 (839 posts) - - Show Bio

Thor busts a planet just with the force of his blows against another opponent.

#15 Posted by green_skaar (4415 posts) - - Show Bio
#16 Posted by toptom (1156 posts) - - Show Bio

the hulk and the red she hulk ones are amazing!

#17 Posted by green_skaar (4415 posts) - - Show Bio

Thor busts a planet just with the force of his blows against another opponent.

Added

thank you.

#18 Posted by The_Titan_Lord (5110 posts) - - Show Bio

Nice.

#19 Edited by Lvenger (19102 posts) - - Show Bio

There is one Thor feat I'm thinking of when he goes mad during Blood and Thunder and fights BRB where he smashes a 'planet.'

The problem is that I'm not certain whether Thor being out of his head contributed to the feat. Plus there's a problem in that the debris doesn't look large enough to be planet sized. It could have been an asteroid for all I know. I've tried to find the scans that show where Thor and BRB fought but I can't clarify whether their battleground was planet sized, asteroid sized or moon sized. Can anyone who's read Blood and Thunder clarify this?

Oh also Thor shattered a small section of the armour of a Celestial which would most likely need planet busting force to crack it given how powerful Celestials are.

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#20 Posted by green_skaar (4415 posts) - - Show Bio

@lvenger said:

There is one Thor feat I'm thinking of when he goes mad during Blood and Thunder and fights BRB where he smashes a 'planet.'

The problem is that I'm not certain whether Thor being out of his head contributed to the feat. Plus there's a problem in that the debris doesn't look large enough to be planet sized. It could have been an asteroid for all I know. I've tried to find the scans that show where Thor and BRB fought but I can't clarify whether their battleground was planet sized, asteroid sized or moon sized. Can anyone who's read Blood and Thunder clarify this?

Oh also Thor shattered a small section of the armour of a Celestial which would most likely need planet busting force to crack it given how powerful Celestials are.

Thank you. I'll check out the first feet tonight when I'm home and have access. The second feat is very impressive, but for now dealing with planetary/space feats.

#21 Posted by Lvenger (19102 posts) - - Show Bio

@green_skaar: Oh so you're looking for actual planet busting feats as opposed to other good showings? That makes sense.

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#22 Edited by green_skaar (4415 posts) - - Show Bio

@lvenger said:

@green_skaar: Oh so you're looking for actual planet busting feats as opposed to other good showings? That makes sense.

Correct. I'll include other "space" feats effecting large asteroids, moons, stars, etc.

#23 Posted by Experio (15130 posts) - - Show Bio

Marvel sure love busting planets

#24 Posted by Iragexcudder (4516 posts) - - Show Bio

Bump for awesomeness

#25 Edited by czarny_samael666 (17154 posts) - - Show Bio

@green_skaar:

@experio:

They do and now I will give this thread more examples of that. ;-)

Thanos vs Drax, Iron Man vol 1 #55, they destroy planet by pure strength contest (right to left):

Silver Surfer vs Ravenous, they both survive it, Annihilation Silver Surfer #4, right to left :

Gladiator vs Hyperion, Thor vs Hercules, Horus vs Demogorge, deatials of showing planet level power in spoiler.

Gladiator vs Hyperion, Quasar #54:

, both are using planet level strength, Hercules vs Thor, pure strength contest that is going to puch planet out of its orbit (looking for issue number, probably one of annuals or "Marvel team ups"):

Horus using his Ankh and striking with power great enough to destroy small planet, Thor Anunal #10:

Love between Zephyr and Thor, KOs an Alter-Ego by lightnings, Astonishing Thor #5:

Zephyr saying that her love with Thor could destroy Earth, Astonishing Thor #3 (right to left):

Tae and Peensu going to destroy the planet by energy beam, Thor stops it with his storm, Thor annual 2001:

Beta Ray Bill and Stardust surviving another planet explosion (this one was made by bombs), scans are in wrong order a bi but mostly right to left (6th one should from right be the last):

#26 Edited by Mr_Ingenuity (7403 posts) - - Show Bio

Qabiri over powered/KOed Shaman Nate Grey then destroyed the earth.

#27 Edited by czarny_samael666 (17154 posts) - - Show Bio

Qabiri's feat happened in X-Man #72

Second part of planet-level feats:

Champion of the Universe destroying a planet with ease (he had Cosmic Bracelets at the moment), Silver Surfer vol 3 #98:

Mad Classic Drax destroying a planet and then small star (Captain Marvel vol 1, #43):

Drax:

Binary destroying a planet, Ms. Marvel #23 (2008):

Binary:

Thor charging Mjolnir with strom and then using planet level anti-force blast. Confrimed by Rigelian's robot, one of the comics from Thor vol 2 #22 to #24:

Thor:

Sentry vs Photon in Microverse, they are showing enough power to destroy a planet (New Thunderbolts #13 or #14):

Sentry & Photon:

Jormungand crushing Earth before Thor overpowered him:

Jormungand:

Savage Hulk overpowering Stranger's planet level force fields, Tales to Astonnish #89:

Hulk:

There will be part 3 in next days to ;-)

#28 Edited by Mr_Ingenuity (7403 posts) - - Show Bio