Wally The God-Boy is a young kid carrying a baseball bat, who claims to be God. According to his grandfather, Wally never knew his father, and his mother died in childbirth. Afterwards, he was taken in by his aunt and uncle, who both perished in a fire when Wally was three. Not long after, Wally began to believe that he was God.
Despite how absurd said claims are, Wallace does depict a whole number of abilities, such as Omnipresence, Nigh-Omniscience and great Superhuman Strength, that make it clear that he is more than he appears. He doesn't have much interest in performing miracles or feats of power to prove his divinity, though, because according to himself, in a world where Metamorpho can transmutate elements, Martian Manhunter can change form, Weather Wizard can change the weather and Aquaman has telepathy, nothing he can do would make him stand out.
As he himself explained, he appears to be some sort of abstract being, a combination of all Gods, as melded by the collective unconscious of humanity.
Powers and Stats
Name: Wallace Johnson, Wally The God-Boy
Origin: DC Comics
Classification: Deity, Abstract Being, Aspect of The Presence
Attack Potency: Unknown
Lifting Strength: Unknown
Striking Strength: Unknown
Standard Equipment: A baseball bat
Weaknesses: None notable.
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