5 Insane Superpowers Possessed By Marvel and DC Characters

A simple and a common superhero phrase from Spider-Man applies to all superheroes in the comic book world.“With great powers comes great responsibility.” Well, superheroes do good for society and villains have always been inflicting terror and evilness, but these two what run the whole comic book world. Characters in marvel comics like Deadpool and Wolverine possess healing powers but they are way different from each other. Today, we bring you five scary superpowers of superheroes which are more destructive.

1. Maggot

5 Most Scary Superpowers In Marvel and DC

Created by Joe Madureira and Scott Lobdell, Maggot first appeared in Uncanny X-Men #345 in 1997. Well, nobody knows why he is always finding Magneto. The reasons have been unspecified, but his two stomach slugs, Eany and Meany, are just too weird. They use the digestive enzyme of Maggot’s stomach which helps increase the size of Maggot, turning his blue-eyed and big.

2. Raven

Created by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez, Raven first appeared in DC Comics Presents #26 in 1980. Raven is one of the deadliest superheroes in DC Universe. She has powers to control energy, emotions and time. Moreover, she can manipulate the darkness and has a strong ability to hypnotize. 

3. Legion

Created by Chris Claremont and Bill Sienkiewicz, Legion first appeared in New Mutants #25 in1985. He is a mutant with different personalities. The survivor of a terrorist attack was injected with a separate personality by the terrorist leader Jemail Karam. And since then he had different personalities which enhance him with pyrokinesis, telekinesis, time travel and telepathy.

4. Rogue

Created by Chris Claremont, Michael Golden, and Igor Kordej, Rogue first appeared in Avengers Annual #10 in 1981. As soon as she hit puberty, she realized that she could absorb all the human traits, personality, mental level, physical trait and others. Though this power gave her various abilities to fight her rogues efficiently because the exposure to such powers resulted in killing the person she touched.

5. Hulk

Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, Hulk first app read in The Incredible Hulk #1 in 1962. Also known as the alter-ego of scientist Bruce Banner, he can turn into a mass-destruction machine when rage takes over his mind. When Banner fails to control his rage, his green giant form can destroy the entire city, armies and can fight several superheroes together.

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