Marvel's 20 Most Powerful Celestials, Ranked (2022)

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21 Apocalypse Wears A Powerful Suit Of Celestial Armor To Extend His Life And Increase His Powers 20 19 Ashema The Listener Took Human Form To Help Franklin Richards Reach His True Potential 18 The MCU's Star-Lord Was Revealed To Be A Powerful Human/Celestial Hybrid 17 The Phoenix Force Is A Powerful Cosmic Being Who Sometimes Serves A Similar Role 16 Gamiel The Manipulator Is The Youngest Celestial Who Launched The Kree/Skrull War 15 Groffon the Regurger Consumed And Vomited On Planets To Create His Offspring 14 The Progenitor Was A Dying Alpha Sentinel Who Seeded Earth With Transformative Blood 13 Eson The Searcher Gained Further Power In The MCU With An Infinity Stone 12 The Celestial Madonna Arrived On Earth Before Giving Birth To The Star Child In The Sun 11 The Celestial Destructor Is An Aspirant Who Was Sent To Destroy Eternity 10 Zgreb The Fallen Arrived On Earth In The Past And Fought The Avengers Of 1,000,000 BC 9 Arishem The Judge Led The Four Hosts Of Earth And Gets To Decide Which Planets To Destroy 8 Godhead Was A Silent But Powerful Celestial Who Created The Transformative Black Vortex 7 Ego The Living Planet Was Revealed To Be A Celestial In The MCU 6 The Final Host Of The Dark Celestials Were Infected And Mutated By The Horde 5 Exitar the Executioner Is A Celestial Responsible For Destroying Planets 4 Tiamut The Communicator Became The Dreaming Celestial After He Turned On Arishem And The Fourth Host 3 Scathan The Approver Displayed Even More Cosmic Power Than The Living Tribunal 2 The One Above All Is The Leader Of The Celestials Who Can Resurrect His Race FAQs Videos

There's a misconception surrounding the Celestials in Marvel Comics: they're often thought to be the beings that created the universe, but this isn't really the case. Instead, these beings seized authority over various parts of the Marvel universe, acting as judges simply because they had the might to do so.

Every Celestial fills a particular role and carries it out for millions of years. They're humanoid beings with powers impossible to gauge, but it's fun to try and rank their relative strengths anyway — including those who have been dubbed "Celestial" in separate universes, like the MCU.

Updated on April 7, 2022 by Scoot Allan: The release of movies like Guardians of the Galaxy and Eternals have further introduced massive Celestials like Arishem to fans of the MCU. The cosmic Celestials were revealed to have had a hand in the creation of the MCU. They also stand tall in judgment over the rest of the universe, which can sometimes result in the complete annihilation of a planet. Of course, if all Celestials are strong enough to create and destroy planets, who is the strongest Celestial?

21 Apocalypse Wears A Powerful Suit Of Celestial Armor To Extend His Life And Increase His Powers

20 Marvel's 20 Most Powerful Celestials, Ranked (1)

While admittedly blurring the lines a bit, Apocalypse is a living agent of evolution whose armor is crafted from Celestial technology. He is one of the first mutants on Earth and his mutant powers are vast, varied, and ever-growing.

Since the advent of the Krakoan nation, Apocalypse has taken an interest in crafting a mutant school of magic. He also used the Celestial's sentient Ship as his headquarters and utilized their technology to transform other mutants into the Horseman of Apocalypse.

19 Ashema The Listener Took Human Form To Help Franklin Richards Reach His True Potential

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Following the Onslaught event, heroes like the Fantastic Four and the Avengers were lost in a strange world known as Counter-Earth. Not to be confused with the High Evolutionary's created world, this version of Counter-Earth was created by the incredibly powerful Franklin Richards. Ashema The Listener was a Celestial who took on the form of a human woman and sought Franklin out.

Ashema was tasked with taking Franklin Richards to the One Above All for evaluation. However, she was swayed by young Franklin's hopeful ideals. While Franklin was originally told he had to destroy the world he created, Ashema actually kept it safe within her own body as a favor to Franklin, which allowed the heroes there to return to Earth.

18 The MCU's Star-Lord Was Revealed To Be A Powerful Human/Celestial Hybrid

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One of the biggest changes the MCU made to Star-Lord was the reveal that he was actually a human/Celestial hybrid. Star-Lord never got to unleash his full powers when they were activated in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, but his achievements there were a testament to his potential. Star-Lord even fought Ego to a stalemate, although he admittedly had significant help.

Star-Lord demonstrated the ability to create and manipulate energy out of nothing and could make it do whatever he wanted. Star-Lord also displayed a form of shapeshifting when he turned himself into an enormous Pac-Man. He most likely would’ve developed the same powers as Ego, but his powers didn’t last long.

17 The Phoenix Force Is A Powerful Cosmic Being Who Sometimes Serves A Similar Role

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The Phoenix Force’s nature keeps changing from one story to another, but it's accepted as being associated with cosmic powers, which qualifies it as a Celestial in many iterations. Jean Grey is by far the Phoenix Force's best-known host, although she was corrupted by its immense power.

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As the Dark Phoenix, Jean Grey could wipe mutants and humans alike from existence. She did go up against a Celestial in this form, only to lose the fight. But this version of the Phoenix Force is still powerful enough to earn its place among the other Celestials.

16 Gamiel The Manipulator Is The Youngest Celestial Who Launched The Kree/Skrull War

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While almost all the Celestials could be considered around the same power level, there’s no question Gamiel is the weakest of the named Celestials. He has the usual Celestial powers but is the youngest of his species. As a result, he was assigned to watch over Earth.

Gamiel doesn’t have the same towering stature as other Celestials. His size is roughly equivalent to the Hulk's, which is very small for their kind. It might sound like he’s not that powerful, but Gamiel is still a Celestial who is capable of destroying worlds. He earned his title “the Manipulator” by sparking the four-million-year war between the Skrulls and the Kree.

15 Groffon the Regurger Consumed And Vomited On Planets To Create His Offspring

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Marvel's Merc-With-A-Mouth Deadpool encountered an obscure Celestial known as Groffon the Regurger who had a unique drive that separated it from the other Celestials. Groffon consumed planets and then immediately vomited the material back on the planet.

Groffon did this to make the planet more suitable for its offspring, which were known as Gurgers. Deadpool hoped to bring in new clients to his mercenary business, so he arranged for Groffon to attack Earth. He used a special gun to kill Groffon, ending the threat of one of the oddest Celestials in the Marvel Universe.

14 The Progenitor Was A Dying Alpha Sentinel Who Seeded Earth With Transformative Blood

The Progenitor was an Alpha Celestial who arrived on the primal Earth billions of years ago. The Progenitor was infected by the cosmic Horde and died when it came to that world. However, the Progenitor was so powerful that his blood seeping into Earth forever altered the planet.

Progenitor's spilled blood was eventually revealed as the reason that metahumans, mutants, and other superhuman beings spawned and thrived on the Earth. After his place in the origins of Earth was discovered, The Progenitor was referred to as "The Father of the Avengers."

13 Eson The Searcher Gained Further Power In The MCU With An Infinity Stone

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The comic version of this Celestial was powerful, but he was also killed, making him one of the few Celestials ever truly defeated. However, the MCU version of this character is the one under scrutiny here, since Marvel deemed him significant enough to be the only comic book Celestial to show up on film in the early phases.

The Collector showed the Guardians of the Galaxy a hologram of the time Eson struck the ground with his scepter, effortlessly obliterating a whole race of beings. It’s still worth mentioning that he died in the MCU as well, which means even with this kind of power he probably wasn't the strongest among his fellows.

12 The Celestial Madonna Arrived On Earth Before Giving Birth To The Star Child In The Sun

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While Mantis is also known by this title, the giant Celestial Madonna came to Earth in 114 AD. The Celestial Madonna had a powerful child in her womb, and she knew the birth would destroy her. However, the child would need sustenance.

As such, the Celestial Madonna flew into the sun and gave birth to the Star Child. Little is known yet about the Star Child beyond the way it was found by Leonardo da Vinci in Jonathan Hickman and Dustin Weaver's S.H.I.E.L.D.maxiseries.

11 The Celestial Destructor Is An Aspirant Who Was Sent To Destroy Eternity

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The Celestial Destructor comes from a special variety of Celestial known as "Aspirants." They can be told apart from other Celestials by their red-and-black armor. The Celestial Destructor was sent by the First Firmament, the very first reality to ever exist, to destroy the eighth iteration of Eternity that was birthed from the 2015 Secret Wars event.

However, for all that pomp and circumstance, the Celestial Destructor was dispatched easily when it arrived on Earth. Its arrival was predicted by the Inhuman Ulysses during the Civil War II event, so the magic-based heroes of Earth were able to craft a spell to send it back to its point of origin.

10 Zgreb The Fallen Arrived On Earth In The Past And Fought The Avengers Of 1,000,000 BC

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Zgreb the Aspirant is the Celestial who defeated the Phoenix. A cosmic god also known as “The Fallen,” this deranged being searched the universe for its lover, paying no mind to the destruction left in its wake.

Zgreb was powerful enough to fight alone against the Ancient Avengers, a team that included the frequently misunderstood Odin, and it was only the combined efforts of these beings that cast Zgreb away. Zgreb returned millennia later, even more powerful, and again only lost when the new Avengers pulled out all the stops.

9 Arishem The Judge Led The Four Hosts Of Earth And Gets To Decide Which Planets To Destroy

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Arishem the Judge was the leader of the Four Hosts of Earth Celestials, and Arishem was responsible for nearly wiping out the Deviants with a flood known as "the Great Cataclysm." He also partook in a Celestial war with the Watcher race. Furthermore, Arishem is among the Celestials who get to decide which planets to destroy.

Arishem fought X-Factor during an event known as the "Judgement War," which ended with Arishem losing a hand to Cyclops and Jean Grey. Unfortunately for Arishem, his final fate came when the Dark Celestials began their rampage and killed their fellow Celestials. Arishem's body fell to Earth and warned the Avengers of the arrival of the Dark Celestials.

8 Godhead Was A Silent But Powerful Celestial Who Created The Transformative Black Vortex

The Celestial known as Godhead oversaw the planet Viscardi for twelve billion years. He only left after the planet’s inhabitants pleaded with him to allow them to explore the outside universe. In response, Godhead created the Black Vortex whose power kicked off a war between the Viscardi so only one survived.

There was no closure or reason given in any of this, as Godhead departed the planet silently once there was nothing left to oversee. It’s frightening to think that this was his one notable act. It's hard to say how he’d fare against other Celestials, but the transformative power of the Black Mirror is a good indicator of his upper power levels.

7 Ego The Living Planet Was Revealed To Be A Celestial In The MCU

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 introduced the living planet known as Ego, who claimed to be one of the Celestials despite his differing design. Ego had the power to assimilate full worlds into himself. He hoped to use his son Star-Lord to activate the various seeds he had planted on planets across the universe to expand his consciousness.

Ego could have remade everything in the universe the way he wanted, and his planet is the proof of his capabilities. He seemed to be as old as time itself and had visited the farthest reaches of space. It's possible Ego wouldn't have been affected by even Thanos’ snap, considering the scale of his powers.

6 The Final Host Of The Dark Celestials Were Infected And Mutated By The Horde

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A race of insectoid beings known as the Horde act as The Celestials' dark opposites, feeding on worlds to keep the balance in the universe. However, they occasionally fed on and infected the Celestials as well. They infected The Progenitor and Zgreb the Fallen before later mutating others into powerful Dark Celestials.

The Final Host of the Dark Celestials that was called to earth by Zgreb included Obliteron, Callus the Void, and Valknar the Exhumer. They killed every other Celestal and dropped the bodies on Earth. The Avengers were able to receive the Celestials, who aided them in the final fight with the Dark Celestials.

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5 Exitar the Executioner Is A Celestial Responsible For Destroying Planets

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Exitar has been given the title of Executioner due to his role of destroying worlds the other Celestials have deemed unworthy. Exitar isn’t even a single entity, it’s a line of Celestials who take up the mantle of Exitar if the previous one dies.

Although an Exitar was killed by Sue Storm, the Executioner is still functionally immortal since another Exitar arrives on the scene when its predecessor is eliminated. It seemed like Thor’s hammer was the one thing that could kill an Exitar definitively. It has also been confirmed that this entity is more powerful than Odin, Galactus, and the Beyonder.

4 Tiamut The Communicator Became The Dreaming Celestial After He Turned On Arishem And The Fourth Host

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Tiamut has the richest history of all the Celestials in the Marvel universe. He turned on Arishem the Judge and the other Celestials of the Fourth Host, which resulted in his exile deep within the Earth. He returned a few times, but he later became known as the Dreaming Celestial. The easiest indication of the Dreaming Celestial's enormous powers is that Galactus is afraid of him.

A being that can strike fear in Galactus, Tiamut is something that should never be messed with. Tiamut eventually evolved beyond his Celestial beginnings to briefly become his own individual.

3 Scathan The Approver Displayed Even More Cosmic Power Than The Living Tribunal

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The original roster of the Guardians of the Galaxy encountered an incredibly powerful Celestial in the future when they dealt with the threat of Protégé. As the leader of the universal Church of Truth, the childlike cosmic being had the power to mimic any power set he encountered.

When Protégé mimicked the power of The Living Tribunal, he became one of the most powerful beings in the universe. It was only Scathan the Approver who had enough power to pass judgment on Protégé. Scathan used a Celestial Muzzle to imprison Protégé until The Living Tribunal recovered enough to absorb the being into himself.

2 The One Above All Is The Leader Of The Celestials Who Can Resurrect His Race

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The One Above All is the leader of his entire race. He doesn't tend to do much, as letting his imposing legacy do the talking tends to suffice. The One Above All has rarely been encountered, and on the occasions he is, he doesn’t respond by doing much more than showing up.

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It’s accepted, that The One Above All can wipe out almost anyone if they were to engage him in a fight. He’s been seen teleporting characters as powerful as Thor away at a second’s notice. The One Above All also resurrected all the Celestials after they were killed by Logos.

FAQs

Who is the strongest celestial in Eternals? ›

1 Arishem The Judge

As the Prime Celestial, Arishem is unrivaled in power and his abilities are meant to be unfathomable. Arishem supposedly created the sun itself and is credited as the one to bring light to the universe.

Is celestial most powerful in Marvel? ›

The Celestials are a race of unusually large humanoid cosmic entities that appear in the Marvel Universe. They were created by Jack Kirby and debuted in Eternals #2 in 1976 and have been an integral part of the Marvel mythos since then. The Celestials are among the most powerful beings in the Marvel Universe.

Is Arishem the most powerful celestial? ›

A severed head of a Celestial is basically a planet in and of itself, a mining colony called Knowhere. Arishem's massive size has him towering over the earth itself as well. His ability to travel galaxies in an instant also clearly makes him one of the most powerful beings the MCU has ever seen.

Is Tiamat the strongest Celestial? ›

His armour is able to easily withstand strikes from nuclear warheads and planetary impacts. Tiamut seems to be one of the most powerful Celestials as Galactus feared it and Uatu the Watcher could not see anything when it awoke.

Is Star Lord Celestial? ›

Peter Quill was born in late 1980 to Meredith Quill and Ego, making him a hybrid of human and Celestial. His conception was all part of a plot set up by his father to produce a second Celestial, whose power he could use to complete the Expansion, which involved assimilating millions of worlds into Ego's very being.

Is Sersi the strongest Eternal? ›

By the end of Chloe Zhao's Eternals, it's clear that Sersi is the strongest Eternal Arishem sent to Earth, and that she will be a valuable ally to the Avengers.

Is ego actually a Celestial? ›

Celestial Physiology: Ego is a Celestial, a primordial race of entities with vast cosmic power, capable of manipulating matter and energy. Ego lacks a true body, his "core" being a glowing blue brain that houses his consciousness.

Is Galactus stronger than Celestial? ›

While many fans think Galactus' power pales in comparison to the Celestials, he's actually shown that in a straight fight, he's the deadlier being. As one of Marvel Comics' most powerful entities, Galactus can overwhelm even the gravest threat – including the near-omnipotent Celestials themselves.

Did a Celestial destroy Titan? ›

On the surface, the theory has strong legs, but the reality is that the planet destroyed by the Celestial came long before the destruction of Titan. According to a timeline presented by Marvel, the recorded history of the Power Stone begins with the Celestial's use of it.

Who is one above all Celestial? ›

The One Above All: The leader of the Celestials and temporarily marked as the last living Celestial. He is not to be confused with One-Above-All. Obliteron: One of the Celestials that was turned into a Dark Celestial.

Who is the Red Celestial? ›

Arishem, the Prime Celestial, looms large in Eternals as the movie's primary antagonist — or at least the being to whom the main cast is subject to. He's big, he's powerful on a scale heretofore unseen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and he created the Eternals and the Deviants.

Is Ego the most powerful? ›

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Is Arishem a God? ›

Arishem is one of two Celestials who have the right and ability to judge which planet's civilization will live and which will die. Arishem's function is to act as the leader of Celestial landing parties and has led all Four Celestial Hosts on Earth.

Who is Sersi boyfriend? ›

Dane Whitman entered the MCU as the boyfriend of Sersei, one of the Eternals.

Can Celestials wield Infinity Stones? ›

The Infinity Stones were six immensely powerful gem-like objects tied to different aspects of the universe, created by the Big Bang from six singularities. Only beings of immense power can directly wield the Stones, such as Celestials, and the Mad Titan Thanos.

Is Thane an inhuman? ›

Origin. Thane is the secret Inhuman son of Thanos. After a descendant Inhuman tribe ran afoul of Thanos and his army, one Inhuman woman returned home pregnant with Thanos' child.

Who is God in Marvel? ›

Origin. Yahweh was one of the gods of Earth, but his true origin varies from one account to another. Yahweh was part of a group of life-forms that existed before the Multiverse, and who were the only sentient life at that point.

Is the Living Tribunal a villain? ›

Fictional character biography

He serves as a judge of these realities. The character is first encountered by Doctor Strange, announcing its intent to destroy Earth due to its potential for evil. After a series of trials, Doctor Strange is able to convince the Living Tribunal that good also exists, and Earth is spared.

Is living tribunal a Celestial? ›

The Living Tribunal was a vastly powerful humanoid cosmic entity who has existed as long as the universe itself. Its function is to safeguard the Multiverse (the total sum of all universes) from an imbalance of mystical forces.

Is ego Celestial like Eternals? ›

Ego was actually a celestial embryo placed inside a planet. But there could have been some destructive event which the resident eternals of the planet weren't able to avert. This leads to the other celestials believing ego is dead. But.... Ego's damaged embryo survived and was prematurely awakened.

Who is Tiamut? ›

The Marvel character Tiamut is the baby Celestial, embedded deep within the Earth and hoping to emerge. He uses energy from the planet's enormous population of intelligent life — humans — and then begins tearing his way out of the planet near a volcano.

Is Peter Quill immortal? ›

It's yes. Well J'son never appeared in the MCU and Peter is a celestial hybrid, his source of celestial power was his dad, Ego so when Ego died the source also died so Peter is pretty much a normal human being.

Is Ego a God? ›

Ego the Living Planet (Kurt Russell) is, for all intents and purposes, a god. He confirms it in Vol. 2, though he insists that it's god with a “small g.” He also refers to himself one time as a “Celestial” without explanation.

Who can defeat Ego? ›

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  1. 1 Would Lose To: Darkseid.
  2. 2 Could Defeat: Lex Luthor. ...
  3. 3 Would Lose To: Anti-Monitor. ...
  4. 4 Could Defeat: General Zod. ...
  5. 5 Would Lose To: Perpetua. ...
  6. 6 Could Defeat: Sinestro. ...
  7. 7 Would Lose To: Brainiac. ...
  8. 8 Could Defeat: Gorilla Grodd. ...
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Did Arishem create Infinity Stones? ›

Creating all of Existence

Possessing infinite cosmic power, the Celestials, led by Arishem the Judge, created planets, stars, and lifeforms and brought light into the universe.

What happened to Sersi? ›

Sersi goes back to her life as a museum curator and is seen out on a walk with boyfriend Dane Whitman (Kit Harington) when he professes his love for her. Dane also begins to tell her something about his own family history when Sersi vanishes by being pulled into space by Arishem, along with Kingo and Phastos.

Who is Thanos brother? ›

Who is Eros of the Eternals? Born on Saturn's moon Titan, home to a population of Eternals all its own, Eros is the biological brother of Thanos the Mad Titan.

Who can beat the Celestials? ›

15 Marvel Characters Who Could OBLITERATE The Celestials
  1. 1 THANOS (WIELDING INFINITY GAUNTLET)
  2. 2 GALACTUS. ...
  3. 3 GOD DOOM. ...
  4. 4 THE BEYONDER. ...
  5. 5 THE LIVING TRIBUNAL. ...
  6. 6 MOLECULE MAN. ...
  7. 7 FRANKLIN RICHARDS. ...
  8. 8 THE GOBLIN FORCE. ...
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Who is the leader of the Celestials? ›

Arishem the Judge is the leader of all four Celestial Hosts on Earth. He is also the leader among the delegation of Celestials who waged war on the Watchers in an unknown galaxy.

Is Galactus stronger than Celestial? ›

While many fans think Galactus' power pales in comparison to the Celestials, he's actually shown that in a straight fight, he's the deadlier being. As one of Marvel Comics' most powerful entities, Galactus can overwhelm even the gravest threat – including the near-omnipotent Celestials themselves.

Who is one above all Celestial? ›

The One Above All: The leader of the Celestials and temporarily marked as the last living Celestial. He is not to be confused with One-Above-All. Obliteron: One of the Celestials that was turned into a Dark Celestial.

Can Odin beat a Celestial? ›

The Stone Age Avengers, led by Odin, were successful in defeating and burying the Mad Celestial when it arrived on Earth over a million years ago. Much later, Odin and his Greek counterpart Zeus attempted to stop the Third and fourth Hosts on Earth, but were easily outmatched.

Is anything more powerful than a Celestial? ›

Marvel's Celestials, last seen in the MCU's Eternals, are phenomenally powerful - but just one Beyonder could crush all of them easily.

Is knull stronger than Celestials? ›

Superhuman Strength: Knull is strong enough to decapitate a Celestial with a single blow, and singlehandedly slaughtered entire armies of gods augmented by the Uni-Power.

Who is the Red Celestial? ›

Arishem, the Prime Celestial, looms large in Eternals as the movie's primary antagonist — or at least the being to whom the main cast is subject to. He's big, he's powerful on a scale heretofore unseen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and he created the Eternals and the Deviants.

Did a Celestial destroy Titan? ›

On the surface, the theory has strong legs, but the reality is that the planet destroyed by the Celestial came long before the destruction of Titan. According to a timeline presented by Marvel, the recorded history of the Power Stone begins with the Celestial's use of it.

Is ego actually a Celestial? ›

Celestial Physiology: Ego is a Celestial, a primordial race of entities with vast cosmic power, capable of manipulating matter and energy. Ego lacks a true body, his "core" being a glowing blue brain that houses his consciousness.

Is Silver Surfer a Celestial? ›

The Silver Surfer is a humanoid alien with metallic skin who can travel through space with the aid of his surfboard-like craft. Originally a young astronomer named Norrin Radd on the planet Zenn-La, he saved his homeworld from the planet devourer, Galactus, by serving as his herald.

Is dormammu stronger than Galactus? ›

Galactus would easily defeat Dormammu outside the Dark Dimension, but it turns out that even on Dormammu's turf, he retains his power and has the means to grow even stronger.

Who is stronger than the Beyonder? ›

While the Beyonder and the One-Above-All are both immensely powerful reality-warpers of the highest order, the One-Above-All is an order of magnitude stronger than the Beyonder.

Who is God in Marvel? ›

Origin. Yahweh was one of the gods of Earth, but his true origin varies from one account to another. Yahweh was part of a group of life-forms that existed before the Multiverse, and who were the only sentient life at that point.

Is the Living Tribunal a villain? ›

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He serves as a judge of these realities. The character is first encountered by Doctor Strange, announcing its intent to destroy Earth due to its potential for evil. After a series of trials, Doctor Strange is able to convince the Living Tribunal that good also exists, and Earth is spared.

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