20 Facts About The Beyonder


The Beyonder is the sum total of an entire multiverse, called the Beyond-Realm or simply "Beyond", hence the name The Beyonder.

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The Beyonder creates a planet called Battleworld out of pieces of various planets and abducts a number of superheroes and supervillains from Earth and forces them to fight each other so that he can observe the never-ending battle between good and evil.

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Intrigued by what he has witnessed during the first Secret Wars, the Beyonder comes to Earth during the Secret Wars II story line to walk among humans and study them and learn of human desire firsthand.

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Finally, the Beyonder creates a form for himself based on that of Captain America after witnessing him defeat Armadillo.

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The Beyonder later meets the blind superhero Daredevil and restores his ability to see, asking for legal representation in return.

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The Beyonder is finally defeated by a huge group of superheroes, including the Fantastic Four, X-Men, Avengers, and Spider-Man, after the Molecule Man intervenes and kills him, while he had temporarily transformed into an infant in the midst of a re-birthing process.

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Tale of the Beyonder continues several years later when it is revealed that the energy which comprises the Beyonder and the energy that gives the Molecule Man his powers needs to be combined in order to create the basis for a mentally stable, mature cosmic entity to be born.

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Xavier deduced the apparent secret behind the Beyonder's seemingly godlike abilities, which was that the Beyonder was not only an Inhuman but a mutant, and the exposure of his mutant genes to Terrigen Mists had created an unprecedented power.

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When encountered, the Beyonder is dwelling in a simulacrum of Manhattan Island on Ceres, a dwarf planet in the asteroid belt.

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The Illuminati convince the Beyonder to leave the universe, causing the Beyonder's human form and his simulacrum city to crumble into dust.

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The Beyonder is an infinite-dimensional, or beyond-dimensional, entity and was originally portrayed as the most powerful being in the Marvel Comics multiverse, and as the be-all and end-all of the "Beyond Realm", that took human form to better understand the nature of human beings.

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The Beyonder proved capable of destroying, and recreating, the abstract entity known as Death across the multiverse, although it extremely exerted and weakened him to do so.

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The Beyonder was overwhelmed when Rachel Summers returned the enormous powers that he had bestowed upon her along with the thoughts of the past and present beings in the universe, to the point that he collapsed on the ground, and he was apparently slowed down in battle against the Molecule Man.

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The Beyonder lost part, or all, of his power on various occasions, some of them engineered by himself.

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The Beyonder stated that the Puma—when in perfect harmony with the Universe—was capable of killing him.

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However, on another occasion, after trying to be a superhero by fighting a superpowered biker gang, the Beyonder stated that he limits his powers to keep them more in line with the world around him.

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Nonetheless, the Beyonder retained his reality-warping powers, allowing him to control and manipulate matter, energy, and reality at a cosmic level beyond all but the strongest and most powerful of cosmic entities.

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The Beyonder repelled Galactus "like a bug", and exceeded the collected energy of the latter's World-Ship.

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The Beyonder once destroyed a galaxy on a whim to meet his needs during the first Secret Wars, and later created a universe out of his own being.

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In Guardians of the Galaxy, the Beyonder provides Guardian Vance Astro with a black undergarment resembling a Symbiote.

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