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Summary

Wonder Man (Simon Williams) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by writer Stan Lee and artists Don Heck and Jack Kirby, he first appeared in The Avengers #9 (Oct. 1964).

Power and Stats

Tier: High 5-A

Name: Simon Williams

Origin: Marvel Comics

Gender: Male

Age: Unknown

Classification: Human mutated into sentient ionic energy by chemical and radiation treatments

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Immortality (Type 2), Flight, Energy Form, Regeneration, Size Manipulation (Latent)

Attack Potency: Dwarf Star Level (He has fought Thor, the Hulk, and Hercules, although fails to measure up to their full strength, and has defeated The Thing and Namor. He shouldn't be much weaker than Red She-Hulk)

Speed: Massively Hypersonic (Scaling from the people he fights and his own feats)

Lifting Strength: At least Class G

Striking Strength: Dwarf Star Class

Durability: Dwarf Star level

Stamina: Wonder Man's ionic body makes him virtually immune to fatigue.

Range: Several meters

Standard Equipment: None

Intelligence: Williams is a skilled engineer, and has a gifted intellect. However, he has more recently focused on an acting career, but due to this, it helps him gain the edge over others dealing with espionage.

Weaknesses:

  • Energy Weaponry: As he is an ionic energy being, Williams is susceptible to attacks that disrupt his unique energy pattern. Dispersion would be hazardous, as he might not be able to reform without further assistance from the Scarlet Witch. During the Kang Dynasty however, he was dispersed by one of Kang's weapons and was plenty capable of reforming himself on his own after traveling a great distance to avoid being discovered alive and making a grand escape, so this is unlikely. Williams can however, be rendered unconscious and it is possible for him to be injured.
  • Sanity: He has shown some mental breakdowns that lead to him attacking the Avengers multiple times after he began to believe that everything bad was caused by the team.

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