#1 Edited by benjieweiss (23 posts) - - Show Bio

They could be from anything. Dragonball Series, Capcom Games, Nintendo, Sony, Naruto, Marvel, DC, and the list goes on. You choose who you think is the most powerful and post why. Don't be a fan-boy and put down someone just because.... it would be nice to know who this could be!!!

All right well let's change it then. It's good to know that TOAA MoM and The Presence are all top tier when it comes to most powerful fictional characters, but let's forget anyone of the Judeo-Christian all powerful gods and go to lower tiers. So as of now anyone who has less power than those are open for question and conversation. Remember that all video game characters, anime characters, comic book characters, and cartoon characters are allowed to be discussed.

#2 Posted by Bruxae (12579 posts) - - Show Bio
#3 Posted by MasterJohn (2471 posts) - - Show Bio

Bugs Bunny...

#4 Posted by Necrotic_Lycanthrope (2388 posts) - - Show Bio

I nominate Broly the Legendary Super Saiyan. Anybody who even at "base" strength that's strong enough to wipe out a corner of the Universe has to have major power points given to them.

From This....

Now that's class.

#5 Posted by Necrotic_Lycanthrope (2388 posts) - - Show Bio

@MasterJohn:

Bugs got beat up once by a Gremlin though.

#6 Posted by ssejllenrad (12847 posts) - - Show Bio
#7 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (17570 posts) - - Show Bio

@ssejllenrad said:

The Presence, TOAA, MoM

Didn't know DC had a god.

Why do all the comic book universes have to have a god?

#8 Posted by ssejllenrad (12847 posts) - - Show Bio

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@ssejllenrad said:

The Presence, TOAA, MoM

Didn't know DC had a god.

Why do all the comic book universes have to have a god?

Cause f*ck you atheists! That's why... Nyehehehehe! Kidding.. :D

I think it's because religious-based (especially Judeo-Christian) stories appeal to a lot of audiences. Not to mention they're very entertaining. Vertigo itself has a very solid fanbase and most of their stuff are "faith-inclined" stories.

#9 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (17570 posts) - - Show Bio

@ssejllenrad said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@ssejllenrad said:

The Presence, TOAA, MoM

Didn't know DC had a god.

Why do all the comic book universes have to have a god?

Cause f*ck you atheists! That's why... Nyehehehehe! Kidding.. :D

I think it's because religious-based (especially Judeo-Christian) stories appeal to a lot of audiences. Not to mention they're very entertaining. Vertigo itself has a very solid fanbase and most of their stuff are "faith-inclined" stories.

I suppose. I mean they have all sorts of other fictional characters like aliens demons, Norse gods and Greek gods.

Haven't read any of those.

#10 Posted by MasterJohn (2471 posts) - - Show Bio

@Necrotic_Lycanthrope said:

@MasterJohn:

Bugs got beat up once by a Gremlin though.

Link?

#11 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (17570 posts) - - Show Bio

God probably.

#12 Posted by ShootingNova (15519 posts) - - Show Bio

Any omnipotent being.

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#13 Posted by WillPayton (9156 posts) - - Show Bio

Batman w/ prep.

Search your heart, you know it's true.

#14 Posted by TheCannon (17897 posts) - - Show Bio

@ssejllenrad said:

The Presence, TOAA, MoM

I was going to say the exact same thing.

#15 Posted by kingkronos (2501 posts) - - Show Bio

Toaa.

@ShootingNova said:

Any omnipotent being.

Those can be counted.

#16 Posted by x_29 (2274 posts) - - Show Bio

Broly and Jesus

#17 Posted by Vengance101 (1137 posts) - - Show Bio

@Bruxae said:

God?

#18 Posted by Vortex13 (12223 posts) - - Show Bio

@Bruxae said:

God?

#19 Posted by Pwok21 (2249 posts) - - Show Bio

Pretty much any reality warper ever.

@x_29:

Do you WANT to turn this into a religious argument?

#20 Edited by Wolfrazer (6030 posts) - - Show Bio

Pretty much any omnipotent character, or those that can become omnipotent. It would be better, to actually narrow it down because if your including every character ever made in every company or what have you...your not gonna get a definite answer.

#21 Posted by benjieweiss (23 posts) - - Show Bio

as all of you can see from the description, i said nothing about religion.... so keep that out of it!

#22 Posted by kingkronos (2501 posts) - - Show Bio

@Wolfrazer said:

Pretty much any omnipotent character, or those that can become omnipotent. It would be better, to actually narrow it down because if your including every character ever made in every company or what have you...your not gonna get a definite answer.

I don't think a character can obtain or become omnipotent. That just doesn't make sense.

#23 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (17570 posts) - - Show Bio

@benjieweiss said:

as all of you can see from the description, i said nothing about religion.... so keep that out of it!

What description in the OP?

Because you said nothing about it in that.

#24 Posted by Wolfrazer (6030 posts) - - Show Bio
@kingkronos said:

@Wolfrazer said:

Pretty much any omnipotent character, or those that can become omnipotent. It would be better, to actually narrow it down because if your including every character ever made in every company or what have you...your not gonna get a definite answer.

I don't think a character can obtain or become omnipotent. That just doesn't make sense.

Certain ones can, its fiction after all things don't really need to make sense.
#25 Posted by guttridgeb (4831 posts) - - Show Bio

All omnipresent and omnipotent characters are equally powerful.

#26 Posted by Lvenger (18264 posts) - - Show Bio

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@ssejllenrad said:

The Presence, TOAA, MoM

Didn't know DC had a god.

Why do all the comic book universes have to have a god?

Admittedly, playing to the Christian faith does open up a whole lot of story opportunities and characters. Zauriel was a pretty cool JLA member and the Spectre is badass. Both of them are linked to the Christian faith. Also it lets you use hell in stories too. Useful for supernatural tales too.

#27 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (17570 posts) - - Show Bio

@Lvenger said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@ssejllenrad said:

The Presence, TOAA, MoM

Didn't know DC had a god.

Why do all the comic book universes have to have a god?

Admittedly, playing to the Christian faith does open up a whole lot of story opportunities and characters. Zauriel was a pretty cool JLA member and the Spectre is badass. Both of them are linked to the Christian faith. Also it lets you use hell in stories too. Useful for supernatural tales too.

Yeah I suppose.I mean things in Christianity are taken from other religions.When writing fiction you have to take inspiration from anywhere you can.

#28 Posted by Lvenger (18264 posts) - - Show Bio

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@Lvenger said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@ssejllenrad said:

The Presence, TOAA, MoM

Didn't know DC had a god.

Why do all the comic book universes have to have a god?

Admittedly, playing to the Christian faith does open up a whole lot of story opportunities and characters. Zauriel was a pretty cool JLA member and the Spectre is badass. Both of them are linked to the Christian faith. Also it lets you use hell in stories too. Useful for supernatural tales too.

Yeah I suppose.I mean things in Christianity are taken from other religions.When writing fiction you have to take inspiration from anywhere you can.

Exactly. Stories do have to be fresh and religious themes do play well into that.

#29 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (17570 posts) - - Show Bio

@Lvenger said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@Lvenger said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@ssejllenrad said:

The Presence, TOAA, MoM

Didn't know DC had a god.

Why do all the comic book universes have to have a god?

Admittedly, playing to the Christian faith does open up a whole lot of story opportunities and characters. Zauriel was a pretty cool JLA member and the Spectre is badass. Both of them are linked to the Christian faith. Also it lets you use hell in stories too. Useful for supernatural tales too.

Yeah I suppose.I mean things in Christianity are taken from other religions.When writing fiction you have to take inspiration from anywhere you can.

Exactly. Stories do have to be fresh and religious themes do play well into that.

Yea,some of the earliest stories came from mythology.

#30 Posted by Lvenger (18264 posts) - - Show Bio

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@Lvenger said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@Lvenger said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@ssejllenrad said:

The Presence, TOAA, MoM

Didn't know DC had a god.

Why do all the comic book universes have to have a god?

Admittedly, playing to the Christian faith does open up a whole lot of story opportunities and characters. Zauriel was a pretty cool JLA member and the Spectre is badass. Both of them are linked to the Christian faith. Also it lets you use hell in stories too. Useful for supernatural tales too.

Yeah I suppose.I mean things in Christianity are taken from other religions.When writing fiction you have to take inspiration from anywhere you can.

Exactly. Stories do have to be fresh and religious themes do play well into that.

Yea,some of the earliest stories came from mythology.

And the superhero genre has been steeped in mythology ever since Superman first debuted in Action Comics 1

#31 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (17570 posts) - - Show Bio

@Lvenger said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@Lvenger said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@Lvenger said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@ssejllenrad said:

The Presence, TOAA, MoM

Didn't know DC had a god.

Why do all the comic book universes have to have a god?

Admittedly, playing to the Christian faith does open up a whole lot of story opportunities and characters. Zauriel was a pretty cool JLA member and the Spectre is badass. Both of them are linked to the Christian faith. Also it lets you use hell in stories too. Useful for supernatural tales too.

Yeah I suppose.I mean things in Christianity are taken from other religions.When writing fiction you have to take inspiration from anywhere you can.

Exactly. Stories do have to be fresh and religious themes do play well into that.

Yea,some of the earliest stories came from mythology.

And the superhero genre has been steeped in mythology ever since Superman first debuted in Action Comics 1

I was actually going to mention him.

Its interesting to see how these characters have changed to reflect the changing times they are written in.

Just look at Batman and his rouges as an example,his villains at one point could be described as colourful but with increased understanding in mental illness we have seen them become a very disturbed lot.

#32 Posted by Lvenger (18264 posts) - - Show Bio

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@Lvenger said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@Lvenger said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@Lvenger said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@ssejllenrad said:

The Presence, TOAA, MoM

Didn't know DC had a god.

Why do all the comic book universes have to have a god?

Admittedly, playing to the Christian faith does open up a whole lot of story opportunities and characters. Zauriel was a pretty cool JLA member and the Spectre is badass. Both of them are linked to the Christian faith. Also it lets you use hell in stories too. Useful for supernatural tales too.

Yeah I suppose.I mean things in Christianity are taken from other religions.When writing fiction you have to take inspiration from anywhere you can.

Exactly. Stories do have to be fresh and religious themes do play well into that.

Yea,some of the earliest stories came from mythology.

And the superhero genre has been steeped in mythology ever since Superman first debuted in Action Comics 1

I was actually going to mention him.

Its interesting to see how these characters have changed to reflect the changing times they are written in.

Just look at Batman and his rouges as an example,his villains at one point could be described as colourful but with increased understanding in mental illness we have seen them become a very disturbed lot.

Indeed a far cry from the colourful and campy 60s villains.

#33 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (17570 posts) - - Show Bio

@Lvenger said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@Lvenger said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@Lvenger said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@Lvenger said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@ssejllenrad said:

The Presence, TOAA, MoM

Didn't know DC had a god.

Why do all the comic book universes have to have a god?

Admittedly, playing to the Christian faith does open up a whole lot of story opportunities and characters. Zauriel was a pretty cool JLA member and the Spectre is badass. Both of them are linked to the Christian faith. Also it lets you use hell in stories too. Useful for supernatural tales too.

Yeah I suppose.I mean things in Christianity are taken from other religions.When writing fiction you have to take inspiration from anywhere you can.

Exactly. Stories do have to be fresh and religious themes do play well into that.

Yea,some of the earliest stories came from mythology.

And the superhero genre has been steeped in mythology ever since Superman first debuted in Action Comics 1

I was actually going to mention him.

Its interesting to see how these characters have changed to reflect the changing times they are written in.

Just look at Batman and his rouges as an example,his villains at one point could be described as colourful but with increased understanding in mental illness we have seen them become a very disturbed lot.

Indeed a far cry from the colourful and campy 60s villains.

Yep.

#34 Posted by KnightRise (4785 posts) - - Show Bio

@benjieweiss said:

as all of you can see from the description, i said nothing about religion.... so keep that out of it!

Several omnipotent characters in DC/Vertigo and Marvl are based on aspects of Yaweh from Judeo-Christian mythology. They're often in-universe depictions of an all-powerful higher being, and as such are comparable to (or even based on) God from religion. In this context, Yawheh is a charcter.

#35 Posted by Enemybird (3138 posts) - - Show Bio

L

#36 Posted by KnightRise (4785 posts) - - Show Bio

@benjieweiss said:

as all of you can see from the description, i said nothing about religion.... so keep that out of it!

Its not a question of religion, there are characters named after/based on the Judeo-Christian God that are extremely powerful, omnipotent even. The same way there are versions Zues, Odin, Thor, and Ares in comics, there are the One-Above-All, God, the Presence, the Source, and the Man of Miracles.

#37 Posted by StMichalofWilson (3659 posts) - - Show Bio

Batman

#38 Posted by YourNeighborhoodComicGeek (19908 posts) - - Show Bio

I can just draw a character into existence called the "Automatically defeats everything ever Man".

#39 Posted by mypasswordis1234 (1106 posts) - - Show Bio

Chuck Norris. Seriously. The bible god is omnipotent, omnipresent, omniscient. And when it said "let there be light" CN answered "say please". So he is above the omnipotent beings.

#40 Edited by TrollHunter (148 posts) - - Show Bio

@benjieweiss: potentially it's any infinite level power absorber as they can just take the powers of any reality warper & add it to their own plus every body else's power

Failing that! above galcticus above the endless or the immortals of the universe there is the living sentient representation of the universal consciousness.

#41 Posted by The_Roman (3297 posts) - - Show Bio

Thanos w/IG & HotU

The One Above All

Living Tribunal

Pre-Retcon Beyonder

Man of Miracles

Saint of Killers

Genesis

Superman

The Kinetic God (aka Flash)

Midnighter

Squirrel Girl

#42 Posted by tomlikesfries (4625 posts) - - Show Bio

Aunt May.

#43 Posted by Jonny_Anonymous (32657 posts) - - Show Bio

It really bugs me that comic book companys automatically put the Christian god above every other god

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#44 Posted by benjieweiss (23 posts) - - Show Bio

All right well let's change it then. It's good to know that TOAA MoM and The Presence are all top tier when it comes to most powerful fictional characters, but let's forget anyone of the Judeo-Christian all powerful gods and go to lower tiers. So as of now anyone who has less power than those are open for question and conversation. Remember that all video game characters, anime characters, comic book characters, and cartoon characters are allowed to be discussed.

#45 Posted by _Grifter_ (10904 posts) - - Show Bio

@The_Roman said:

Thanos w/IG & HotU

The One Above All

Living Tribunal

Pre-Retcon Beyonder

Man of Miracles

Saint of Killers

Genesis

Superman

The Kinetic God (aka Flash)

Midnighter

Squirrel Girl

#46 Posted by Deadite (20614 posts) - - Show Bio

The "self awareness"'s definition.

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#47 Posted by kingkronos (2501 posts) - - Show Bio

@Deadite said:

The "self awareness"'s definition.

I'm curious, what do you mean by that?

#48 Posted by nishi99 (380 posts) - - Show Bio

Dr Doom

Thanos

Galactus

Living Tribunal

The One Above All

Dormammu

Eternity

Anti Spiral

Hades

SSJ4 Gogeta

Aizen

Sage of the Six Paths

Johan Liebert

Batman

And there's a hell of a lot more powerful characters out too. So it's impossible to know which one is the most powerful.

#49 Posted by Mattersuit (4270 posts) - - Show Bio

Franklin Richards

#50 Posted by PrinceAragorn1 (16001 posts) - - Show Bio

@ssejllenrad said:

The Presence, TOAA, MoM

Eru, Dragon, and the list goes on till all top guys end :)