Hyperion is a character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, of which there are several notable versions. Created by writer Roy Thomas and artist Sal Buscema, the original Hyperion made his debut in The Avengers #69 (October 1969).
Hyperion. If you're looking for a Marvel hero who is about as close to a carbon copy of Superman as it gets, it's Hyperion. He has all the same powers, and get this; he draws his power from the sun.
Out of every Superman rip-off or analogue, the fact that Captain America is in many ways a version of Superman should come as no surprise. Before Marvel Comics was a thing, there was Timely Comics. The publisher carried three big name superheroes: the Human Torch, Namor the Sub-Mariner, and of course, Captain America.
Everyone knows who Batman is. But not many, until recently anyway, would recognize Marvel's Moon Knight, a costumed vigilante with a wealth of money, tools, and fighting abilities that he uses to combat criminals on the streets at night.
Who is the equivalent of Spider-Man in the DC Universe? To date, there are no direct equivalents of Spider-Man in DC Comics. While there are iterations similar to Marvel Comics' wallcrawler, they're hardly “equivalents.” One example is John Law or Tarantula, a crime novelist by day and vigilante at night.
If anybody from the MCU could defeat Superman, it's Scarlet Witch. After defeating five members of the Illuminati, consisting of Professor X, Captain Marvel, Captain Carter, Mr. Fantastic, and Black Bolt, we don't want to imagine what Scarlet Witch could do to Superman.
Hyperion: The Evil Superman Is Marvel's Most Powerful Avenger - Animated Times. Hyperion is Marvel's very own Superman – with both good and evil ruling over him. But this evil version of Superman is also one of the most powerful Avengers.
When it comes to raw strength, Superman is more likely to outmatch Captain Marvel. Based on how their powers work, Captain Marvel is almost always at maximum capacity with her abilities, whereas Superman can only grow stronger the longer he is under a yellow sun.
While Scarlet Witch still might be learning about herself in the MCU, she's got an incredible amount of power. That power just might be enough to take out someone as strong as Superman if the two were ever to face off in a fight against one another.
They're both incredibly strong, invulnerable and have the ability to fly at great speeds. And where Superman has heat vision, cold breath and other useful powers, Shazam can call down lightning and even bestow part of his power to other heroes. It's a pretty even match-up, all things considered.
By most accounts, Superman seemingly outclasses Thor in terms of raw strength, especially in earlier versions of the DC Universe. He's pulled planets, punched people into orbit and performed all sorts of wild feats of strength.
1/10 Would Defeat: Superman
Besides Kryptonite, magic is Superman's biggest weakness, and as an Asgardian, Loki is a being of magic. He may not be as strong or as fast as the Man Of Steel, but he doesn't really need to be. He just needs to get a few good spells off.
Superman's nemesis Lex Luthor may be the smartest criminal mind on Earth, but his intellect is no match for the alien artificial intelligence known as Brainiac.
But even within DC, he's seen defeat at the hands of many. It's natural that there are beings in the Marvel universe who can take him down. Sentry, Molecule Man, Gladiator, and Blue Marvel are all different adaptations of the Man of Steel concept.
While kryptonite is Superman's greatest weakness, he's susceptible to other forms of energy and threats. This makes Billy Batson — aka Shazam, the World's Mightiest Mortal — one of Superman's greatest opponents. Batson can transform himself into an incredibly powerful adult body when he says the magic word "Shazam."
Scarlet Witch's most important aspect in this fight is that she has the ability to defeat Superman. He is not impervious to magic, so her hits will damage him. Superman gains his power from the sun, and this charging method gives him no more immunity to magic damage than any other human.
It was later revealed that although Superman was honorable enough to wield Thor's hammer, he does not possess the heart of a warrior, and so Odin temporarily took away the hammer's enchantment so that Superman could save the day.
Even a "kind of" Superman is still far stronger than anything Moon Knight has ever faced.
Along with Superman, DC has Wonder Woman, who is almost equally strong. Martian Manhunter also has incredible strength and telepathic ability to fry a person's brain. So, brute strength between JLA/Avengers, Justice League wins easily.
In short, in a straight-up battle, Dr. Manhattan could easily destroy Superman. All he would have to do is disintegrate him and no matter how powerful Superman might be compared to other beings, Dr. Manhattan is simply too powerful.
Superior Man is a major antagonist in Superman: Red Son. He is a version of Bizarro made as a American counterpart of Soviet Superman. In the movie adaption, he was voiced by Travis Willingham, who also voiced Superman in the LEGO games.
Bizarro is the original version of "evil" Superman. Bizarro's origin has changed multiple times, but most incarnations of the character have him being created as a clone of Superman by Lex Luthor. The cloning experiment fails, however, and Bizarro becomes a disfigured monster with opposite powers to Superman.
Black Adam Would Hold the Advantage In a Fight
The two of them are equally matched in areas like strength, speed, flight, and special abilities. However, Black Adam's powers specifically derive from one of Superman's weaknesses: magic.
Thanos is a powerful and skilled foe but Superman just outclasses in every way. Just to begin with, Thanos is way, way weaker than Superman. Sure, Superman can't throw planets without breaking a sweat like he used to, but he's still massively strong.