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Strongest Versions of Avengers

Updated on September 9, 2018
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Marvel Universe has showed many possible versions of their heroes from good and evil, strong and weak.

This is the list of some of the most strongest versions of some of the Avengers.

Rune King Thor.

  • When Thor returned to Asgard, he found that he had lost the Odin Force. It couldn't have happened at a worse time as Asgard was on the verge of destruction and Odin was long dead. Asgard stood without its protector, and Thor wasn't powerful enough to face the dangers alone. Thor named Beta Ray Bill as king in his stead while he searched for means to get the Odin Force back.
  • Thor traveled to Hildstalf and encountered a boy, which later proved to be the living embodiment of the Odin Force. The boy scolded Thor for not being ready and unworthy. The boy encouraged Thor to either fight and become greater than Odin the All-Father or embrace his and Asgard’s doom which will fall upon them since the events of Ragnarök had started.
  • Thor came upon the Well of Mimir and the boy told him that Odin came to the very same place to seek true wisdom. Odin sacrificed one eye, and through his sacrifice and ritual, he gained the knowledge he sought. The boy encouraged Thor to find his path.
  • With his newfound knowledge, Thor realized something which no Asgardian has ever known. Ragnarök is a never-ending cycle and his very father, All-Mighty Odin had died over and over again. His friends, Balder Odinson (Earth-616) and Heimdall (Earth-616), cursed to be the first casualties of Ragnarok, his beloved Sif (Earth-616), the Warriors Three (Earth-616), all of them bound to die and reborn again till eternity ends.
  • The boy told Thor that despite all the knowledge he now possesses, it's not enough. He needs to go through the same ordeal as Odin, hanging for nine days and night till the brink of death, to gain the knowledge of the Norse runes. But Thor needs to go even further than that, Thor, in fact, needs to embrace death.
  • Thor wakes up in the realms of Those Who Sit Above in Shadow. They acknowledged his presence but mocked him nonetheless as powerless to stop them. It's here they claim to be omniscient, knowing the past, the present, and the future. Thor is defiant to their power and leaves their realm.
  • Thor returns to Hildstalft and vows to end TWSAS. He later teleports to Asgard and encounters Mangog, whom Loki has drained power from. Mangog attacks Thor, but is powerless to overcome him as his magical powers have been drained by Loki and Thor quickly eradicates him from existence.
  • Thor confronts Loki who mocks Thor with his newfound knowledge of the runes and asks what's next to come, perhaps Thor can learn to read? Thor reveals to Loki why Loki has always hated Asgard and Loki ends up attacking Thor by resurrecting the dead. Thor dispatches of them as quickly as he did Mangog and punishes Loki by removing his head from his body. Thor takes Loki's head with him in his final confrontation with Those Who Sit Above in Shadow.

Thor unleash Ragnarok on Asgard

  • Thor seeks out the fire demon Surtur (Earth-616) in Muspelheim and asks him to repair his hammer, Mjolnir. In return, Thor will blast a trail through dimensions that will take Surtur and his demon army to Valhalla (Asgard) and Vanaheim (Nine Worlds). As Thor has given his word, Surtur agrees and repairs the hammer. Thor teleports Beta Ray Bill out of the battle as Asgard is not his home and he's not destined to die there. He wants Bill to return to his people and gives him his blessing and love. Bill reluctantly agrees to this. Fenris Wolf (Earth-616) is seen at the end, fulfilling his destiny, and devours all that remains.
    As the boy has doubts about Thor's actions and that the cycle is destined to begin anew, Thor announces that there's one task left and teleports to Yggdrasill.

Thor confronts Those Who Sit Above in Shadow

  • The time has come for Thor’s last task. Those Who Sit Above in Shadow are afraid of Thor and tries to bargain with him by giving him a place among them. A place to be a god to the gods themselves. Thor will hear nothing of it and berates them, telling them they act like a child and that their apologies mean nothing to him. Thor ends Ragnarok with the words: "I COME AS YOUR


  • Near-Omnipotence (Basic/Low Tier)
    • Odinforce Empowerment
    • Rune Magic Empowerment
      • Reality Warping (Mid Tier)
      • Dimension Manipulation
      • Energy Manipulation
      • Molecule Manipulation
      • Space-Time Manipulation
    • Mind Control
    • Telepathy
  • Immortality
    • Longevity
    • Disease Immunity
  • Superhuman Invulnerability
  • God-like Strength
  • Supernautral Stamina
  • Nigh-Omnipresence
    • Trans-Dimensional Teleportation
    • Duplicate Manipulation
    • Flight
    • Infinite Speed
  • Nigh-Omniscience
    • Cosmic Awareness
      • Precognition
  • Superhuman Sensory System
    • Superhuman Sight
    • Telescopic Sight
    • Microscopic Sight
    • Superhuman Hearing

World Breaker Hulk.

After the Illuminati (Black Bolt, Tony Stark, Doctor Strange, and Reed Richards) banished Hulk from Earth, the spacecraft they used explodes, killing Hulk's pregnant wife.Blaming the Illuminati for her death, and significantly more powerful than ever because of his time spent absorbing the powerful radiation levels on Planet Sakaar, Hulk returns to Earth for revenge with his allies, the Warbound: Hiroim, Korg, Elloe Kaifi, Miek, No-Name of the Brood, Arch-E-5912, and Mung.

Stopping at the moon, the Hulk defeats Inhuman king Black Bolt. The Hulk proceeds to Manhattan, New York where he demands the presence of The Illuminati.

He travels to the home of the X-Men, where Professor X, absent from the decision to send the Hulk off-planet, admits he would have agreed with the decision, but also tells him he would not have agreed to permanent exile. The Hulk defeats several teams of X-Men and battles the Juggernaut but leaves after learning of the M-Day incident, believing that Xavier has suffered enough.

The Hulk returns to Manhattan and battles the superhuman-operative team Gamma Corps and Ghost Rider. Hulk defeats Iron Man, destroying Stark Tower in the process.The Hulk and his Warbound next defeat the New Avengers, the Mighty Avengers, Doc Samson and the Fantastic Four (including Black Panther and Storm). The Hulk attaches "obedience disks" to the defeated, imprisoned superheroes, preventing them from using their powers.

After a brief battle involving Hercules, Amadeus Cho, Namora, and Angel, the Hulk defeats General Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross and a U.S. Army force.The Hulk then encounters Doctor Strange, who mystically merges with a powerful old enemy, Zom.Hulk defeats the Zom-possessed Dr. Strange, causing the demonic entity to flee.

An imprisoned Tony Stark (Iron Man) communicates with S.H.I.E.L.D., revealing an emergency plan to engulf Manhattan in the Negative Zone, thereby annihilating the Hulk and all other positive matter on the island, should the heroes fail.

The Hulk and the Warbound transform Madison Square Garden into a gladiatorial arena. Meanwhile, he repels an assassination attempt from Scorpion,and a confrontation with the Initiative.

Following speeches from the Hulk's human supporters, the Hulk arranges for Doctor Strange, Iron Man, Black Bolt, and Mister Fantastic to fight a tentacled alien and later battle each other to the death, as a cheering audience watches.The Hulk declares his intention was for "justice and not murder", and nobody had to or would die. He plans to destroy New York City and leave the Avengers to their shame.

The Sentry arrives and attacks the Hulk. Sentry expends all of his energy trying to stop Hulk and reverts to his human form, Robert Reynolds. Reynolds' sacrifice moves Hulk, who reverts to Bruce Banner. Angered, Warbound member Miek attacks Banner. Rick Jones pushes Banner aside and is injured, causing Banner to return to Hulk form. As the Hulk attacks the Warbound, Miek reveals the explosion that started this war was not caused by the Illuminati, but by Red King loyalists. Miek chose not to prevent it, hoping the incident would encourage the Hulk to keep destroying. Overwhelming rage causes the Hulk to unwillingly radiate energy that threatens Earth. Stark activates a series of weaponized satellites that open fire on the Hulk, leaving him unconscious in his Bruce Banner form.

S.H.I.E.L.D. later imprisons Banner in a facility three miles underground, with the other Warbound members having been taken into U.S. military custody.

Namor was spared from the Hulk's wrath, as Hulk discovered early on that Namor was the sole Illuminati member who voiced his opposition to banishing the Hulk from the outset and predicting Hulk's eventual return and quest for vengeance.



  • Takes a hit from Iron Man that breaks glass, causes destructive shockwaves around the area

  • Thrown into the ground by Iron Man with only a minor swollen eye

  • Unharmed by missile strike

  • While grabbing Ross out of a helicopter, he gets shot in the eye and isn't killed

  • His rage is described as an elemental force when Xavier tries to control his mind

  • Ant-man can't hurt his gut by punching

  • Fire does nothing, as well

  • Takes a hit from Colossus, Cyclops lasers, and Kitty's dragon's fire at the same time

  • Cyclops full force lasers do little damage

  • Wolverine describes his skin as being harder to cut


  • Ross shooting him with adamantium shrapnel just goes through him, and pisses him off

  • Happens twice, again not dying

  • Scorpion using a special toxin designed to mess him up, does pretty severe damage, Amadeus taunts him, and he's fine

  • Regenerates his eyes, after they had been clawed out

  • Gets impaled in the head,and is fine, and then gets repeatedly impaled in the chest

  • Weakened Hulk gets his neck snapped by Grey, and after time, he gets better


  • Dodges Wolverine


  • Described as never being stronger before by Strange, twice and Cho says Hercules wouldn't be able to stop him, and was holding back the entire event.

  • While smashing Iron Man he destroys a building.

  • Beats up She-Hulk

  • Hits Hercules, Hercules hits him back with both hands, then he seriously lays a beat down on Hercules and could have broken his skull.

  • Causes shockwaves with a stomp

  • Fight with Skrull Black Bolt knocks enough debris into space to cause gravitational aberrations

  • Hurts Ant-Man and sends him flying with his tongue

  • Causes a shockwave from slamming someone into the ground

  • Sends Colossus flying with a punch and then bends his arms backwards

  • Beats up Cain Marko

  • Forces knives out of his shoulder by flexing

  • Trades blows with Juggernaut

  • Trades blows with Sentry

Super Soldier.

Super-Soldier's backstory in this new universe is revealed in his first appearance in Super-Soldier #1. During World War II, government scientists developed a "Super-Soldier formula" based on experiments with cellular samples from an alien corpse. They administer the formula, as well as solar radiation, to a young man named Clark Kent. The mixture of the formula and the radiation give Kent incredible powers and abilities, including super-strength, heat vision, and flight. Reporter Jimmy Olsen, who sneaks into the Super-Soldier program laboratory, makes a deal with the government: he will not tell the world about the project if the government makes him the "official press flak" for the Super-Soldier.

Super-Soldier gains a sidekick for a short time named American Girl and becomes a member of the All-Star Winners Squadron, also known as the All-Star Winners Society. Clark Kent is romantically interested in Lois Lane and dismayed when she marries Lex Luthor, a cold-hearted billionaire. In Super-Soldier: Man of War #1, Super-Soldier, aided by Sgt. Rock and his Howling Commandos, Jimmy Olsen, and Agent Peggy, fight Major Zemo, a member of HYDRA, a Nazi organization, who is secretly working for Lex Luthor, the behind-the-scenes leader of HYDRA and friend of Adolf Hitler himself.

By March 1942, Super-Soldier "had the war all but won nearly single-handedly until the rise of Ultra-Metallo", in the words of Jimmy Olsen. Ultra-Metallo is a massive robot later revealed to be sent by Lex Luthor. Super-Soldier sacrifices himself to take down Ultra-Metallo, the two of them sinking beneath the icy waters, with Jimmy Olsen as one of the few witnesses. Instead of reporting to the world that Super-Soldier was dead, Jimmy Olsen instead reports that Super-Soldier had retired, after declaring the war won by America.


Initially, the combination of the Super-Soldier formula and exposure to solar energy gives Super-Soldier powers similar to those of Superman, including: super-strength, flight, invulnerability, and heat and x-ray vision. Also because of the Super Soldier serum his powers he shares with Captain America are increased.

Cosmic Spiderman.

After defeating the Tri-Sentinel, the Uni-Power chose to remain with Peter Parker, apparently due to his heightened sense of responsibility. Spider-Man soon came to see his old sparring partners as pedestrian threats, dispatching the likes of Venom and Hobgoblin with little effort. His sense of responsibility led Parker to attack larger and larger problems in the world, ignoring his personal responsibilities and his wife, Mary Jane. This continued until he tried to alter the basic earth and weather patterns of Africa to make it lush and arable. This brought him into conflict with Thor and then Doctor Doom, who wanted to steal the Enigma Force using his Absorbascann. Doom tried using Captain Universe's original host, Ray Coffin, as a hostage, but Parker let him die while trying to get at Doom. Spider-Man realized the Uni-Power was corrupting his sense of responsibility and expelled it. The Uni-Power briefly entered Doom, only to discover it was a mere Doombot. As Spider-Man became Captain Universe again, he used the Absorbascann to release the power of the Enigma Force from his body over the entire world. The cost was his spider-powers as well as the Uni-Power, leaving Peter Parker a normal man. Or so it seemed until he and Mary Jane gave birth to a baby daughter with signs of the Uni-Power within her.


1. The Uni-Power:-

Spider-Man possesses the Cosmic abilities of Captain Universe which is the core from which his other abilities manifest from. This power was granted to him by the uni power, making him one of the absolute strongest and most powerful being in the Universe.

2. Matter Control/Manipulation and Reconfiguration / Energy Emission and Absorption:-

Spider-Man has complete control of the four fundamental forces of the universe, reaching nearly any effect he desires. As a result, Spider-Man can rearrange matter to create other configurations and can even transmute elements. Spider-Man can channel beams of energy through his hands with sufficient destructive force to destroy planets. Additional abilities include erecting force fields, phasing through solid matter, accelerating the evolution of lifeforms on a planet-wide scale seeing the past by peeling back the layers of time, time travel, cast illusions, trans dimensional travel, manipulation and discharging of any form of energy or radiation, bestowing limited cosmic powers to others, immunity to mind control , reading minds and influencing human emotion and sensation. Spider-Man also possesses the ability to suppress the powers of other mutants/beings making them temporarily or permanently out of use to them. He can heal living beings even if they are near-death. He cannot, however, raise the dead.

3. God-like Strength: -

Spider-Man's possesses almost limitless superhuman strength, though the exact magnitude remains vague. He can lift (press) far in excess of 100 tons effortlessly and can also use the Uni-Power to increase his strength to incalculable levels. Once he knocked hulk out of the earth just with one punch.

4. Unlimited Invulnerability:-

Spider-Man's "skin" after gaining the Uni-Power was designed to easily withstand the rigors of deep-space travel, and thus far, it has proven to be virtually indestructible. In fact, his entire body was made highly resistant to injury and he is thus invulnerable to almost all types of physical harm. Spider-Man can easily withstand the crushing pressures of a black hole. He is not bothered by the friction associated with atmospheric re-entry, and can withstand plunges into stars and even supernovas unharmed. He also routinely weathers the stresses associated with high-speed travel through space and hyperspace.

5. God-like Stamina:-

Spider-Man's highly enhanced musculature generates no fatigue toxins, nor body stress, or even sweat, granting him inexhaustible physical stamina, which allows him to fight other beings for prolonged periods of time before tiring, that is if he even gets tired.

6. Hyperspace Travel:-

By exceeding 99% of the speed of light (186,000 miles per second), Spider-Man can shift himself into hyperspace, a dimension in which velocity is not limited by the speed of light.

7. Cosmic Senses: -

Spider-Man has certain cosmic-energy enhanced perceptions which enable him through concentration to become aware of the patterns of energy anywhere in the world. These abilities allow him far-ranging vision (in space he can see people clearly over a light year away), the ability to see sub-atomic particles, superhuman hearing, the ability to detect fields, traces, and concentrations of pure forms of energy and discern their natures.

8. Cosmic Self-Sustenance:-

Spider-Man does not need to eat or breathe since he absorbs life-maintaining cosmic energy directly through his skin.

Sky Father Hercules

The first thing Cho did as leader of the Olympus Group was hire Bruce Banner to help him invent and build a device called the 'Hercollider Synchrotron.' This device was designed and built to search the entire multiverse for Hercules at hyper-speed. Unfortunately, Cho soon learned that even at it's inconceivable rate of speed, it could still take roughly a billion-and-half years for the device to search the multiverse and find Hercules.

Cho was pondering a new way to locate Hercules when he was approached by Vali Halfling (a.k.a. Agamemnon), son of Loki and former leader of the "Pantheon." Vali told Cho that he had figured out how to attain full, all-powerful, undeniable godhood. He explained this was possible by combining Olympian Ambrosia, the Asgardian Apples of Idunn, Spells from the Book of Thoth and the sacred Moon-cup of Dhanvantari. Vali also proposed that Cho join him to obtain these things and attain this higher level of being. Cho refused Vali's offer, deciding to get these objects by himself so he could use the power they would grant to find Hercules and bring him back. Cho's quest to obtain these mythological artifacts became a race when Vali sought to get them first.

While trying to secure the Apples of Idunn in Asgard, Cho found he'd arrived too late; Vali had already been there and had got them first. Before he could leave, however, Cho was confronted by and forced to battle Thor. Cho was soon defeated by Thor, but managed to convince the God of Thunder to let him go and even aid him in attempting to get the Spells from the Book of Thoth.

Unfortunately, Vali was got every ingredient except the Moon-cup of Dhanvantari first. While trying to get the Moon-cup first, Cho was defeated in battle with Vali. Seeking to get the Moon-cup while Cho was down, Vali left the objects he'd previously gathered unsecured in Cho's presence as he hastily tried to get the final ingredient. On his way to the Moon-cup, Vali was delayed by an attack from Delphyne Gorgon. This allowed Cho to get it first. He quickly combined the four ingredients and used them to attain the level of full, all-powerful and undeniable godhodod.

Ironically, Cho's new found power included omniscience which quickly made clear to him that he was not the proper receptacle of this newly acquired, awesome power. Realizing this, Cho determined Hercules was the proper person to have and wield this inconceivable level of power. He then used the power to locate Hercules in the 'Continuum' universe and bring him forth. With Hercules now there, Cho transferred all of his newly acquired power to him making and calling Hercules the "God of Gods." Their reunion was short-lived, though, as Hercules instantly sensed the grave and imminent threat of the Chaos King and immediately left to begin gathering heroes to meet this danger.


Feats of All-Father Hercules:
* Managed to summon True Eternity, Multiversal being.
* Fought on equal ground with Chaos King after he, in his rampage, destroyed 90% of the Multiverse.
* By Sacrificing his power he recreated entire Multiverse as it was
He could beat beings like Thanos with Infinity Gauntlet or Dormammu, but would probably lose to Demiurge Wiccan.

Pheonix force Wolverine.

The latest issues of Thor seem to be telling two stories concurrently: one of the present day Odinson, and one of Old King Thor and his granddaughters in the far distant future.

Kig Thor investigates what appears to be the death of all life in the cosmos, when he is confronted with a familiar yet strange sight: the Final Host of the Phoenix Force, an old and immensely powerful Logan. Little is known about this version, but the mix of Wolverine and Phoenix is not to be underestimated

Cosmic Ghost Rider.

During the heroes of Earth's last stand against Thanos, the Punisher was hit in the head by the debris of a building the Hulk was thrown into and died, his soul being subsequently sent to Hell. Willing to give anything in order to punish Thanos for slaughtering his planet, the Punisher signed a demonic deal with Mephisto and became the latest Ghost Rider. When he returned to Earth, however, Thanos was already gone and everything on the planet was dead. The Ghost Rider spent the next countless years alone, roaming endlessly and undying with no one to kill or love. After even Mephisto fell silent to his calls, he began to lose his mind.

When a badly injured Galactus arrived on Earth seeking help against Thanos, unaware that the population of Earth had already been killed by him, the Ghost Rider offered the dead planet to him in exchange for the chance of punishing the Mad Titan as his herald; an offer that the Great Devourer accepted. Together they roared the cosmos on a quest to halt Thanos' systematic annihilation of every living being in existence, which led them to become legends. Their story lasted centuries, but came to an end once they finally confronted Thanos, who beheaded Galactus as he approached to battle. The undying Rider was offered by Thanos the chance to see more evil than he could punish in a thousand lifetimes, and thus became his servant.


Spirit of Vengeance: As the Ghost Rider, Castle has the following powers:

  • Hellfire Manipulation: Like all Ghost Riders, Castle is able to manipulate and project hellfire as well as to infuse objects and vehicles with it. He has demonstrated the ability to unleash omnidirectional hellfire blasts that incinerate almost everything around him.
  • Superhuman Durability
  • Penance Stare

Power Cosmic: Like all the other Heralds of Galactus before him, the Rider wields the Power Cosmic. The only power he has demonstrated so far is the ability to travel interstellar distances via his Hell Cycle. Presumably, all of his physical capabilities have been enhanced; to what extent, though, hasn't been revealed.

Superior Iron Man.

Iron Man was present in the Red Onslaught's concentration camp when the Scarlet Witch cast the inversion spell that finally defeated him. The day was saved, but now, he sees things differently.

Flying over San Francisco, he delivers a mobile device app that gives the user free access to Extremis 3.0, along with instructions on how to use it to change your body into whatever you want.

One week later, Iron Man teams up with She-Hulk on the streets of San Francisco. A kid has been exposed to gamma radiation, gained a monstrous visage and some super-strength, and has started wrecking the street and calling himself "Teen Abomination. Iron Man starts lecturing the new villain about the importance of branding, but he is met with a blow that takes his head clean off...

Only for Iron Man to reveal that he is controlling the armor remotely. Teen Abomination is stunned by the revelation long enough for Iron Man to incapacitate him with a uni-beam. In the aftermath, She-Hulk lectures Iron Man about using too much force, and vocally disapproves of his callous behavior. From his swimming pool, Tony sends a remote recall signal and the armor returns to the lab.

Pepper Potts comes to the pool, and tells Tony that she needs to talk to him in private. Tony says he will meet her inside, but an hour later he saunters in, rather than immediately. Pepper notices that he has started drinking again.

Tony shows her the latest Iron Man suit, which is going to replace the Model 41: the Endo-Sym Armor. A liquid smart-metal design, it utilizes elements of symbiotes, and its boot process is fully psionic.


The Endo-Sym Armor is a full liquid smart-metal which hardens instantly on connection with the user's body. Unlike another suit of similar abilities, the Iron Man Armor Model 37, this suit is based off symbiote biology, so it doesn't rely on tech for the initial bonding process with its user, the start-up is completely psionic.

The psionic bonding with the suit allows its user to control it remotely, and call for it with no needs of electronics. Stark has stated that the suit can "feel" him the same way he can "feel" the suit, and referred to it as "alive". This connection extends to the point of it forming fully into a humanoid form that has similarities to that of a symbiote suit even when not bonded to someone, to punch through barriers in an attempt to get to its owner at his psionic command, but it does not have intelligence of its own, only a psionic link.

The suit can be sent out, whether by psionic or vocal command, to attach to a user aside from Tony, so as to either protect them or restrict their movement to only what Tony desires, but not capable of using the suit themselves due to his psionic connection.

This armor's repulsors are a white-blue in color, but when he is preparing to attack someone, they switch color to red for an air of menace. Due to his intrinsic connection to the armor biologically, his own eyes sometimes light up red or blue in addition to the lights on the armor itself. These repulsors are so powerful that they can even bypass the ability of people such as Havok to absorb energy. There is an incorporated taser in the arms that can be used for sustained electrical impulses on command instead of short bursts.

The armor can also absorb electromagnetic energy once it finds the correct frequency of said energy. However, though living beings of electromagnetic energy such as Spectrum can be absorbed, they can break free of the armor, causing the armor to temporarily dissolve in a select portion before reassembling. The armor is also capable of withstanding the lightning called forth by Storm with minimal, if any damage.

There is a thruster behind the elbows of the armor's arms, allowing for increased power when punching or otherwise striking someone, including allowing for needles to pass through tough skin.

Hulk-like physique

This armor's thrusters initially did not function when deprived of an oxygen-based environment, as they relied upon a combustion engine, but this was later rectified.

This armor can be used to subjugate possessing entities, such as an eight-year-prior incarnation of Tony Stark who had possessed a version of the Iron Man Armor Model 2.

When the main faceplate is removed, a graphene layer replaces it, to allow for bulletproofing of the face while providing an unobstructed view of said area of the head.

The armor can also have more of its forming compound added to increase its size, granting the suit a Hulk-like physique.

The armor can release tendrils of its material to enter automated armors in order to determine the source of their core-artificial intelligence. The same tendrils can be spread out even further, making a punch capable of causing an armor to explode from the inside out from the internal force.

Unlike most symbiotes, Tony Stark has shielded this one against sonic attacks.

Ultimate Hawkeye.

A former Olympic archer, Clint Barton became a U.S. intelligence agent over a decade ago. Active around the world, he was present for the liberations of Kosovo and Afghanistan, as well as the fall of the Berlin Wall. He became a close friend and frequent colleague of fellow agent Nick Fury, and the two operatives were key founders of the modern intelligence agency S.H.I.E.L.D. Both rose through the ranks until Fury became the agency's director and Barton (code-named Hawkeye) became an elite agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s black ops division, often partnered with ex-KGB espionage legend Natasha Romanov (code-named Black Widow). Despite his dangerous, globe-spanning profession, Barton managed to build a more stable family life than most of his peers, residing for years with his girlfriend Laura (who recently became his wife), with whom he had three children: Callum, Lewis and baby Nicole, named after her godfather, Nick Fury. Hawkeye habitually phoned his family before every mission to say goodbye, just in case he never returned. He always returned, even after a mission which pitted him, Black Widow, and their support team against two office buildings full of extraterrestrial Chitauri sleeper agents. Most of their team died, but Hawkeye, the Widow and a handful of others survived, wiping out the Chitauri sleepers in the process.


While Hawkeye is traditionally just a normal human trained to a high level of skill, Ultimate Hawkeye was altered via some type of experimental optical surgery. His superhuman accuracy also extends beyond archery, to anything he can throw like Bullseye, to the extent that he once escapes captivity by pulling out his own fingernails to use as weapons. Whether or not his teammates know of his augmentations is unknown, with the exception of Nick Fury, who has confirmed his knowledge, but it would appear that, in Hawkeye's favor, they remain unaware of his full abilities. It has also been remarked that before the "Ultimate Hawkeye" miniseries, he claimed to need to wear corrective goggles to see properly, but it appears that that too may have been a ruse.


Frank Castle, who is now known as the Cosmic Ghost Rider travelled through time to kill Thanos, but when he used his penance stare on Thanos, he found out that baby Thanos was not evil. Even after being warned by the Guardians of the Galaxy Frank didn't kill Thanos, while fighting Cable a future Thanos appeared and killed Cable. Thanos was dressed as Punisher. Although his powers are still not known but he definitely will be the worst Punisher ever.

Who will win the fight between World Breaker Hulk and Rune King Thor?

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