Thanks to her adoptive father’s awfulness, Nebula is arguably more machine than biological being – and while that’s horrible in the grand scheme, it also makes her a formidable hero.
Natasha Romanoff may have just been a human, but she was also a human who spent almost her entire life dedicated to spy craft – able to kick an unholy amount of ass and operate in near total obscurity. Hence, in this article, we discussed the characters’ strength and power scales. Share Share Tweet Email. Black Panther's strength and enhanced abilities are on par with those granted by Captain America's super-soldier serum. Gamora is similar to Black Widow: She was raised, nearly from birth, to be a ruthless assassin and has proved her prowess many times over. Abilities: Clint Barton doesn't have any powers. His weapons can be very handy in a large fight, as we saw in the Battle of Wakanda — but they're honestly primitive compared with the types of blasters we've seen come from space or from Tony's suit. In "Infinity War," he was easily smacked down by Thanos and was even restrained by Star-Lord, somehow. We've seen Scarlet Witch grow more powerful with each appearance, and it appears she's getting better at harnessing her raw power. Comment. But we also know that he can't maintain that huge size for very long without sustaining damage. And as far as we know, he doesn't have any hand-to-hand combat skills. As we saw in "Endgame," he can single-handedly cut down huge groups of enemies and, aided by the mastery of his fancy arrows, hold off swarming hordes of aliens. Amazing Fantasy #15 (Spider-Man's First Appearance), Tales of Suspense #39 (Iron Man's First Appearance), Incredible Hulk #181 (Wolverine's First Appearance), https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/User_blog:TimeWiz/The_Most_Powerful_Characters_in_Marvel_(Power_Ranking)?oldid=3724390.
With Infinity War upon us, Marvel is on the brain of practically every comic book nerd out there. There's no telling how powerful he truly is, because Marvel is constantly putting obstacles in his way — and even with those, he's easily the second-strongest hero we've seen. Power scale: 9. Black Panther’s energy-absorbing suit made of an indestructible vibranium weave would alone qualify him for this tier, but on top of that he also has the enhanced abilities provided by the sacred heart-shaped herb, and is an effective and powerful leader.
In "Guardians of the Galaxy," we saw him form an impenetrable barrier with his branches, get blown up for the sake of his friends, and regrow. The nature of the mystic arts does put Strange at a slight disadvantage because he needs to move his arms and hands to access his power — which is how Ebony Maw was able to capture him in "Infinity War."
We rated every hero's value on the battlefield on a scale of 1 to 10 (with some exceptions) using evidence from the 23 movies (not the comics).