The Beyonder is a cosmic entity of immense power within the Marvel Multiverse. An entity native to the Beyond-Realm, a space outside of the multiverse, it utilizes its powers of reality, space, and time to observe the neverending battle between good and evil, serving as both an ally and enemy to Earth's greatest heroes time and again.
Powers and Stats
Tier: High 1-B
Name: The Beyonder, The One From Beyond, The One Who is All, Frank
Gender: Inapplicable (As the character stated, "he" was made of energy and could assume any gender that "he" wanted)
Classification: Embodiment of the Beyond Realm, a larger separate multiverse from the regular Marvel setting.
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Reality Warping, Immortality, Durability Negation, Elemental Manipulation, Flight, Regeneration, Space-Time Manipulation, Higher-Dimensional Manipulation, Death Manipulation, Elemental Manipulation, Non-Corporeal, Omnipresence (while within the Beyond Realm), Matter Manipulation, Teleportation, Creation, Conceptual Manipulation, Causality Manipulation
Attack Potency: High Hyperverse level (The Beyonder is an infinite-dimensional entity. He is one with the Beyond-Realm, which is in fact another Multiverse. Holds power millions of times greater than the regular Marvel Multiverse and of all its forces combined. Secret Wars II described the Multiverse as having infinite dimensions.)
Lifting Strength: Immeasurable
Striking Strength: High Hyperversal
Durability: High Hyperverse level
Range: High Hyperversal
Standard Equipment: None
Weaknesses: He has lost his power on various occasions (in one case, he gave away half his power). Beyonder can be severely weakened by extreme cosmic acts of force. He claimed to be omniscient, but in practice had to learn everything by experience.
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This profile covers The Beyonder as he was originally portrayed in Secret Wars I and Secret Wars II, not after he was submitted to several retcons by later writers, such as stating that he was in fact an Incomplete Cosmic Cube.
Comparisons with post-retcon versions of the Marvel cosmic entities are illogical, as the versions in the mid 1980's were much less powerful than they were later retconned to be. For example, the comics of the time described the Tribunal solely as a single entity across all universes , capable of destroying realities.
The Beyonder destroyed Death, but was greatly weakened from the effort, and stated that he could not undo the act on his own, although he later somehow managed to do so anyway. The Puma, when in perfect harmony with the universe was also stated to be able to destroy him, but this was left unproven. He had to exert himself to defeat the Molecule Man. He was once overloaded by the Rachel Summers Phoenix, after which he collapsed on the ground. His power was also temporarily stolen by Doctor Doom, and he briefly transferred it to a machine, or gave half of it to the Dazzler.
Despite the above facts, he was claimed to be either omnipotent or nigh-omnipotent on different occasions. It was stated that the Marvel Universe was as a drop in the ocean compared to him, and that he had power millions of times greater than multiversal scale.