The Spectre is a sphere of God – an aspect of His personality so compelling it has a physical presence of its own. I’m a religious historian by academic training, Mo-Thor. which is what brought me back into comics as an adult.)
One character that is overpowered and as yet underutilized is Captain Marvel. When Geoff Johns made his changes to the character, he didn’t realize the consequences. He made the near-omnipotent power of Zeus (who is a creator god In mythology)become a force multiplier for the rest of his powers. So the Superman-level strength, Flash-level speed etc, get multiplied by the omnipotent power of Zeus- god times god. Mo-Thor. By that matrix, Captain Marvel’s power levels are incomprehensible and make him not just the most powerful figure in comics, but in the history of Western Fictional Literature. It’s something the writers themselves haven’t fully comprehended or explored, although Johns has hinted at it in the past, with the fight against the Spectre (another overpowered character based in theology; in this case the Jewish mystical practice of Kabbalah.
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however he has the ability to create (and not just by being a dirty old god and seducing some fair maiden disguised as waterfowl), therefore by the standards of religious scholarship he is considered a creator deity. First of all, Manhattan is not omniscient. He’s nowhere near as powerful as you’re saying he is. Silver Surfer would absolutely demolish Manhattan. Second, Franklin Richards literally sat through the death of a universe with Galactus. He’s not a god, but he can’t be killed either. He’s a god damn reality warper. Last, Superman Prime One Million is just really physically strong. Any other power people think he has is moot because it’s all derived from misinterpretations. He’s not nearly as powerful as people like to think he is.