While Ikaris can fly, shoot cosmic rays from his eyes, kill deviants with relative ease and outfight all his fellow Eternals to the point where they need to team up just to (temporarily) restrain him, he's definitely nowhere near Superman's level.
Ikaris was able to pin the Deviant onto the ground and ripped one of its wings before killing it with his optical beams. However, Ikaris was then attacked from behind by Kro who pierced him with his tentacles.
He and Iron Man effectively have similar power sets, but if Ikaris gets through his armor, which he likely can, Tony Stark is just a normal human Ikaris can take care of easily. His most even matchup would be with Thor, as he is equally as durable and strong, and where Ikaris has laser eyes, Thor has lightning.
Ikaris fought Thanos a few times before, so he has the experience he needs to prepare for battle. It wouldn't be an easy win, but it would be victory nonetheless and a possibility of getting himself killed in the process.
Guilt-ridden over his betrayal to Arishem and his actions against his fellow Eternals, Ikaris leaves earth and flies into the sun, ending his life.
Thor is the better trained individual among them, but his strength varies. Ikaris might be able to defeat the Endgame's fat Thor but Infinity War's prime Thor is a different deal altogether. That Thor managed to deflect the power of 6 Infinity Stones and hurt Thanos pretty badly.
Omni-Man Would Win
Omni-Man has the Source Virus bioweapon, Superman has Kryptonite, Ikaris has literally any star, Homelander has himself.
Ikaris was built and programmed by Arishem the Judge for the purpose of protecting and helping evolve sentient life forms from the Deviants, powering a Celestial seed inside the planet, which would absorb the energy made from the sentient lifeforms so that the Emergence would occur, destroying the planet in the process ...
In terms of raw physical strength, Gilgamesh (Don Lee) is easily the strongest Eternal.
Mephisto is immortal, while Superman can be killed. With his psychological powers, the former could mesmerize him, or even take his soul if Superman's will gives way.
Ikaris clearly has these powers too, but he's lacking of the same level of raw power that Gilgamesh traditionally has. If Marvel doesn't water down Gilgamesh's powers in Eternals, he could join the ranks of the MCU's strongest characters.
Superhuman Durability: Homelander is very resistant to physical harm and the most resilient of the Seven. He is not only completely bulletproof, but also unfazed by explosions. Vought had to keep hydrogen bombs strapped to him, since that was the only thing that they had that could possibly kill him.
Homelander then tries to kill Black Noir in a rage but ends up failing as Black Noir kills him by breaking his jaw and opening his face. He was later brutally shot to death by the Military and The Butcher, and killed when Billy ripped a chunk of his brain out after ripping his skull with his crowbar.
Considering Vision is an android, he possesses a lot of powers and skills that can defeat Homelander. One power that puts Vision at an advantage is his ability to manipulate density.
The DCEU's Barry Allen is easily faster than the current comic incarnation of Makkari. Following her resurrection, Makkari's top speed is only about three times the speed of sound, which is hardly comparable to The Flash's reality-warping movement speeds.
Ikaris (Richard Madden) is stronger than most Eternals, losing in sheer strength only to Gilgamesh. He also has super speed that doesn't get to the same level as Makkari but allows him to dodge some of the speedster's blows. Ikaris is also able to fly and can shoot powerful lasers from his eyes.
RELATED: Is 2003's Hulk Part of the MCU Canon? However, Ikaris would still come out as the winner. He can withstand heat from the energy Danvers produces, and some of his attributes far surpass her abilities.
If the Eternals were to battle the Avengers in 2012 around the time of the battle of New York, they might win this duel, but in any other instance, the combined power of Thor and the Hulk alone will eventually win out against the MCU Celestial Arishem's Eternal constructs.
Of the ten cosmic-powered heroes based on Earth in Marvel's Eternals movie, which one of them deserves to be called the MCU's most powerful Eternal? In the comic books, this title would most certainly belong to Gilgamesh, who possesses the strength of Thor (in addition to several other abilities).
Ikaris can manipulate gravitons to enable himself and others to levitate at speeds up to 850 miles per hour. Ikaris is said to be the fastest flier of all the Eternals. He also possesses telepathy, is able to cast low-level illusions, and can rearrange the molecules of other substances.
"They have announced there's going to be an Eternals sequel," Oswalt said. "Chloé Zhao is going to direct it.
While this is far from confirmation, especially after Eternals co-writer Kaz Firpo confirmed that Ikaris will not be returning for future sequels, nothing can be ruled out in such an expansive cinematic universe filled with countless characters and storylines.
Ikaris. The Icarus of Greek myth was not a god. He was the son of Daedalus, a great inventor who was trapped in the service of King Minos of Crete.