Odin (Marvel)
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Odin is a fictional character that appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character is first mentioned in Journey into Mystery #85 (Oct. 1962), then first appears in Journey into Mystery #86 (Nov. 1962), and was adapted from the Odin of Norse mythology by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. He is the father of Thor and former king of Asgard.

Powers and Stats

Tier: 3-B | Unknown

Name: Odin

Origin: Marvel Comics

Gender: Male

Age: Millions of years old

Classification: Asgardian Skyfather

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Technopathy, Biospheric energy projection, magical and cosmic energy manipulationMatter ManipulationTime Manipulation (including Time Stop, Time Travel, and Time Reversal), Telepathy and Mind Manipulation (enough to mentally dominate the populations of entire planets and affect Galactus), Cosmic Senses that extend at least throughout the universe, Shapeshifting, Teleportation, Absorption (Absorbed the power and essence of Surtur), Conceptual Manipulation (Erased and restored the concept of death across the entire universe), Telekinesis (strong enough to fling people across universes), ability to cross universes (and take other things with him, including the entirety of Asgard, or the entire population of Earth), Reality Warping (not as potent as the powers of higher cosmic beings, but still very powerful), Sealing (able to seal off pocket realms), able to grant power and Immortality to others and create empowered objects (such as arrows that never miss their targets), healing others, Precognition (non-combat related, can see thousands of years into the future with almost 100% precision), and various other magic related powers, Resistance to Sealing (Broke from being imprisoned within a block of pure force)

Attack Potency: Multi-Galaxy level (Fought against Seth in a battle which echoed across every plane of reality, shattering galaxies and reigniting suns with the shockwaves of their attacks. The scale of their fight was confirmed by multiple characters, and Odin was weakened through most of it. Fought against "Infinity", a being created from a stolen portion of his own power, destroying galaxies, quasars and entire regions of the universe. After regained his full power, Odin recreated all that had been destroyed in the fight. Fought against the God Tempest, a sentient galaxy-sized storm. Comparable to other Skyfathers such as Zeus and Vishnu, who himself is far above the galaxy-sized Dhanvantari) | Unknown with the Destroyer armor

Speed: Massively FTL+ (Sent Thor to Earth at this speed. Also at least scales to his son. Flew across the universe in a matter of minutes, while fighting Forsung the Enchanter. Pulled planets from the edge of the universe to his location in a split-second)

Lifting Strength: Unknown

Striking Strength: Multi-Galactic | Unknown

Durability: Multi-Galaxy level | Universe level with the Destroyer Armor

Stamina: Godlike, but needs to be replenished once a year with the Odinsleep

Range: High Multi-Galactic at full power | Unknown with the Destroyer Armor

Standard Equipment: His spear Gungnir, the Odinsword

Intelligence: Extremely High (Expert fighter and tactician)

Weaknesses: Odin is superstitious, and he used to be bound to the Ragnarok Cycle.


  • Easily defeated Thanos and the Silver Surfer with no effort in his base form. At full power, he destroyed galaxies during one of his fights.
  • Odin's power has been compared to that of Galactus, stating that they are rivals in terms of power.
  • Hela took half of Odin's soul and called it Infinity. Infinity with half of the Odin Force, began to consume the universe. Odin then awoke and easily reabsorbed this being. Afterwards Odin restored all that was lost during this time.
  • Odin easily created a Galaxy.
  • Odin killed, and then resurrected Hela back from the dead.

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Key: Base | With Destroyer Armor


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