The multiverse is coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. While the MCU made fun of it Spider-Man: Far From HomeIt turned out to be misdirection, and the movie simply provoked fans with something that didn’t end up happening. All that changed with Loki, and now the multiverse is real and threatens the Marvel Universe.

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It only takes a quick look at the comics to see how dangerous the multiverse is to the world at large. In addition to the dangers of these alternate Earths, many of which are post-apocalyptic wastelands, there are extremely powerful heroes and villains living there, far more powerful than the heroes of conventional Earth.

10 Miles Morales – Earth-1610

Miles Morales appears as Spider-Man.

It may not seem like it, but Miles Morales is one of the most powerful heroes in the Ultimate Marvel Universe, Earth-1610. He joined the Marvel Universe when the two Earths collided, and works with this world’s Spider-Man, as well as the super team, The Champions.

Comic book fans know that Miles Morales is more powerful than Peter Parker. He has the same basic powers, but with upgrades from his Venom Blasts, which Peter cannot do. He’s also been shown to have a resistance to pain and a drive to never stop fighting, making him one of the most powerful young heroes on Earth.

9 Omega Weapon (Wolverine) – Earth-295

Wolverine preparing to fight as Omega Weapon.

Omega Weapon is the Wolverine of Earth-295, which is also known as the Age of Apocalypse. Originally the main villain here was Apocalypse, who brought Earth to its knees and created a world where mutants who were not on his side fought to try and save the humans who hated them.

After Apocalypse’s death, a new force arose and took his place, and tragically it was Wolverine as Omega Weapon. This Logan sacrificed himself to the Celestials to save humanity and when he returned his mind was broken to the point of serving as heir to the Apocalypse and trying to destroy humanity. His power is similar to Wolverine of this world, including his weakness for Jean Gray.

8 Bishop – Earth-1191

Bishop of the X-Men creating a weapon.

Bishop is a longtime member of the X-Men, but before joining the team, he was a traveler from another Earth. Bishop was from an Earth where, 80 years in the future, the mutant messiah Hope Summers slaughtered a million humans and all the mutants ended up herded into internment camps.

Bishop traveled to the past to kill Hope Summers, but found out that the X-Men would do anything to save her. He ended up giving up his mission and, trapped in the mainstream of Earth, joined the X-Men. He is more powerful than Wolverine thanks to his power to absorb energy and use it with any weapon he wields.

7 Kang – Earth-6311

MCU fans are about to learn what Kang the Conqueror is all about. The one left of Loki He is rumored to be a version of Kang, and the character should also return in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. There are several versions of Kang in the comics, including a teen version who joined the Young Avengers.

However, the most powerful version was the Kang from Earth-6311. He was a man who conquered the Earth and ruled in the future. However, he wanted to ensure that he would always remain in this role. Using one of his strongest comic powers, Kang traveled through time to the past, with technology from the future, to attempt to conquer all of the Earths. The Avengers, as a team, were rarely able to beat him and only held him back.

6 Emperor Doom – Earth-15513

Doctor Doom ruling Battlerealm.

Emporer Doom did something no one else did. He conquered the entire world and became their God. This happened after an event called The Incursion, in which all the Earths of the multiverse converged and destroyed each other. The last two, Earth-616 and Earth-1610 collided in a Marvel multiversal war and all of humanity died.

There was a time when a new world was formed, Earth-15513. The heroes and villains of Earth were here in different guises. Doctor Doom was the Emporer in charge, with Doctor Strange and Susan Storm as his right hand. He had the power to warp reality, making him one of the most powerful characters in Marvel.

5 Rachel Summers – Earth-811

Rachel Summers channeling the Phoenix Force.

Hope Summers was considered the Mutant Messiah and killed millions. However, when it comes to sheer power, it’s a different Summers who holds that position. Rachel Summers is from Earth = 811, Earth’s “Days of Future Past”. This was the Earth where the Sentinels hunted all the mutants and also destroyed the humans.

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Rachel was the daughter of Scott Summers and Jean Gray on that Earth and was more powerful than most heroes thanks to her parents’ genetics. When the Pheonix Force joined her, she became nearly unstoppable, with telepathy, telekinesis, time manipulation, and the Phoenix Force.

4 X-Man – Earth-295

X-Man walking away from an explosion.

Nathaniel Gray came from the Age of Apocalypse and shared a trait with Rachel Summers. He was also related to Scott Summers and Jean Gray, but he was not a blood child. Instead, Mister Sinister created Nate as a clone from Scott and Jean’s genetic material.

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As a clone, he became a powerful hero with almost limitless powers at times. He aged to manhood quickly and gained a strong mentor at Forge. He was created to be the most powerful mutant on Earth and was the most powerful psionic in history. He also had telepathy, telekinesis, and could warp reality.

3 Master – Earth-9200

Master ruling on the future Earth.

Maestro is one of Marvel’s most powerful versions of the Hulk, one that survived a nuclear apocalypse. In this story, Earth was destroyed in a nuclear war, and MODOK captured the Hulk and placed him in suspended animation where he dreamed he was living a perfect life. When he came to, he saw what happened and decided to take over as Earth’s new ruler.

He killed Hercules to take this place. He also killed members of The Pantheon and anyone else who got in his way. There was no one who could stop him, and it ended up being the Hulk of Earth-616 who tricked him by sending him back in time to the original Gamma bomb test site during the explosion to stop him.

2 Hyperion – Earth-TRNB52

Hyperion flying in Heroes Reborn.

Hyperion has long been a hero, as Marvel created him as their answer to Superman in the Supreme Squad, their version of the Justice League. However, things turned around in 2020 when Mephisto helped Phil Coulson recreate the Marvel Universe and create Earth-TRNB52 in Heroes reborn.

As a form of Superman, Hyperion was already strong. In this world, Gladiator and the Shi’ar trained him. He ended up forming the Supreme Squad on Earth and defeated every villain on the planet, even killing Galactus and the Hulk. He was extremely dominated.

1 Korvac – Earth-691

Korvac fighting the Avengers.

The most powerful character in the Marvel multiverse is Korvac. Michael Korvac was born on Earth-691 as a computer technician. When an alien race tried to attack Earth, they betrayed the planet and helped them destroy the human race. He kept working for them, but they tortured him and turned him into a cyborg as punishment, but this made him powerful enough to kill his torturers.

After stealing the Grandmaster’s power, he gained more power and ended up traveling to Earth-616. Here, he proved to be one of the most powerful beings in all of existence. He acquired the Cosmic Power and had the ability to alter matter and destroy entire universes. He even killed The Avengers before bringing them back to life. No one could beat him, and he only lost when he gave up his goals.

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