The Beyonders are a race of immensely powerful entities who exist outside of the Marvel multiverse. Among other things, they are responsible for creating the cosmic cubes, and the Savage Land, and kidnapped the High Evolutionary's first Counter-Earth for study. They also created the Molecule Man as a device to destroy the Marvel multiverse.
Power and Stats
Tier: 4-B | High 1-B
Names: The Beyonders; The Ivory Kings
Origin: Marvel Comics
Classification: Cosmic Enties, Abstract Entites from Outside the Multiverse, Creators of the Savage Land, and Cosmic Cubes, such as the Beyonder (described as their "child unit")
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Reality Warping, Immortality (Types 1, 3, and 4), Regeneration, Non-Corporeal, Abstract, Energy Manipulation, Matter Manipulation, Mind Manipulation, Spatial Manipulation, Time Manipulation, Flight, Teleportation, Telekinesis, Telepathy, Concept Manipulation, Higher-Dimensional Manipulation, Soul Manipulation, Information Manipulation, Void Manipulation, and likely far more
Speed: Massively FTL+ | Immeasurable
Lifting Strength: Unknown | Immeasurable
Striking Strength: Solar System Class | High Hyperversal
Weaknesses: Hold comparatively very little intelligence and Cosmic Awareness when compared to other Cosmic Beings, most likely because their sheer power never required then to depend on intellect
Key: Beyonder Drones | The True Beyonders
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In lack of better options, we consider the Beyonders being killed by an explosion sufficient to destroy 100,000 universes, as well as an Infinity Gauntlet managing to slow down Doctor Doom when he was wielding their powers, as outliers.
Similarly, also for a lack of better options, we treat their statement as being "Temporally linear" as a contradictory Outlier. As in Marvel even Universal Abstracts display transcendence over linear time, and it makes no logical sense for beings who exist outside the entire multiverse and who killed The Living Tribunal to be temporally linear.
In addition, even Tom Brevoort has admitted that The Beyonders' defeat had nothing to do with character powers. As such, their defeat by The Avengers is simply Plot-Induced Stupidity.