"Mad" Jim Jaspers is a powerful supervillain from Marvel Comics who first appeared in Marvel Super-Heroes (UK) Vol 1 377, an enemy of Captain Britain and Excalibur. Despite his obscurity among the Marvel Universe he is an incredibly dangerous being, whose powers caught the attention of the "Omniversal guardian" Roma.
There are two known Jaspers who are considered threats to reality itself, the first being a resident of Earth-238, who was killed in the destruction of his universe, and the second being the far more powerful version from Earth-616, whose fate is currently unknown after he fused with The Fury.
Powers and Stats
Tier: Low 2-C. 2-C with the Jaspers' Warp | Unknown, presumably 2-A
Name: Mad Jim Jaspers , Sir James Jaspers (Earth-616), The Reality Butcher, The Crooked Man, The Crooked God
Origin: Marvel Comics
Classification: Powerful reality warper, Politician
Attack Potency: Universe level+ (He was manipulating the Earth-238 universe in his own image, and casually breaking the laws of psychics as he did so. Easily capable of making tesseract spaces in 3 dimensional universes). Multi-Universe level with Jaspers' Warp (Threatened to spill over to multiple universes due to its power) | Unknown, presumably Multiverse level+ (He was claimed to be a potential threat to the "Omniverse" as his power continued to grow, but within the Captain Britain comicbook, it was strictly treated as all parallel universes)
Speed: Unknown | Unknown
Lifting Strength: Unknown | Unknown
Striking Strength: Unknown | Unknown
Durability: Unknown | Unknown (But he was temporarily killed by The Fury)
Range: Multi-Universal | Unknown, presumably Multiversal+
Standard Equipment: None
Intelligence: High (He is a well-established politician, and won in a landslide for his anti-superhero campaign. He was briefly the prime minister of Britain)
Weaknesses: None notable
Key: Earth-238 | Earth-616
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Jaspers' Earth-616 incarnation is rated as unknown due to the general unreliability of the term "Omniverse".