"Marble Alien" is an extremely mysterious and iconic entity who made a brief appearance at the end of Men in Black. As the camera zooms further and further away, reaching past earth, the countless stars, solar systems and galaxies, our universe is revealed within a small marble being played with by a larger being.

Powers and Stats

Tier: 3-A

Name: Has no official name. Often referred to as "Marble Alien," "Extra-galactic Alien" or just "The Alien".

Origin: Men in Black

Gender: Unknown, if at all applicable

Age: Unknown

Classification: Extra-universal alien

Powers and Abilities: Mostly unknown; Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Large Size (Type 8)

Attack Potency: Universe level via size (Completely dwarfs universes)

Speed: Massively FTL+ (At least 51 quintillion times faster than the speed of light, likely much higher to an indeterminate degree as the calc only took into account the observable universe's size)

Lifting Strength: Universal (Effortlessly tossed a universe around, then put it in a bag it held filled with dozens of other universes like it).

Striking Strength: Universal by virtue of size

Durability: Universe level (Universes are mere toys to it)

Stamina: Unknown.

Range: At least trillions of lightyears, likely significantly higher

Standard Equipment: A bag full of numerous universes

Intelligence: Unknown

Weaknesses: Unknown

Note: Although often interpreted as a galaxy, the Men in Black script reveals that the marble is actually a universe


Man in black - ending HD

Man in black - ending HD


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Start a Discussion Discussions about Marble Alien (Men in Black)

  • Zephyr tries a crack matchup: Misogi Kumagawa vs Marble Alien

    4 messages
    • how can he use all fiction on something with which he cannot comprehend, you fool
    • Simple Misogi gets hit and Dies Misogi not only uses All Fiction to Revive, but also uses Erasure on whatever hit him Suddenly whatever ...
  • About Marble Alien's Size

    17 messages
    • That sounds like High 3-A, unless ''that'' iterration got retconned out in the revision.
    • Depends really. If the universe is infinite in size but doesn't have infinite matter, then it'd be 3-A. If there's infinite amou...
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