Celestials are very powerful and influential cosmic beings in the Marvel Comics universe. They are powerful entities that have given rise to life on planets throughout the universe. The appearance of this race resembled that of humans wearing giant armor.
Despite being so powerful, that doesn’t mean the Celestials can’t be defeated. Here are 7 Marvel Comics characters who defeated Celestial:
Thanos is one of the strongest characters and villains in the Marvel comics universe. Especially when Thanos uses the Infinity Gauntlet finished with the Infinity Stones, Celestial is no match for the purple Titan. Thanos has repeatedly been shown to be able to fight the Celestials trying to stop him.
Even without the gauntlet, Thanos was able to create an explosion so powerful that it could blow off Galactus’ hat.
2. Black Bolt
Black Bolt is an Inhuman who uses his voice as a powerful weapon. Every time he speaks, the vocal region in his brain will trigger the production of a microparticle with huge energy, and make each sound he utter carries the same energy as a large bomb. This ability comes from Black Bolt’s ability to manipulate microparticle energy. He can absorb energy from elementary particles in the environment.
However, it was against his will that Black Bolt used his power to defeat the Celestials. It was Thanos who turned Black Bolt into a “weapon” for him to control by stabbing him until the full power of “the greatest famous emperor in Inhuman history” was unleashed and was able to kill a single person. number of Celestials.
This means that Blackagar Boltagon has the power to eliminate the Celestials inside his body.
3. Doctor Doom
Doctor Doom is one of the most powerful and villainous characters in the Marvel Comics universe. In the Secret Wars comics, Doctor Doom’s power was clearly shown. Interestingly, there is also an interesting story related to the Celestials behind it.
In Battleworld, it is said that the one who killed a Celestial was called Knowhere until its head became a planet and that person was God Emperor Doom. He had defeated a Celestial with his own bare hands.
In fact, the Horde race was the opposite race of the Celestials, so it was only natural that they had defeated the Celestials.
The Horde and Celestial were both created by Fulcrum, but both had different goals. If the Celestial created life, the Horde were the destroyers. Horde will eat and destroy almost any life they come across, including Celestials of course.
5. Ghost Rider
Celestials have a unique internal organ, more or less like a machine. Because of this, Ghost Rider used Celestial’s body as a means of use, like when driving a motorbike or car.
The interesting thing here is that Ghost Rider has absolutely no trouble controlling the body of a Celestial.
Celestials are considered the creator gods when they laid the foundation for the development of countless species in the universe. At the same time, they are also the ones who have the power to decide the survival of a certain species.
Given the Celestial’s above goals, Galactus is clearly the “natural” enemy of the Celestials. The reason is because Galactus is an entity that eats planets. He proceeded to devour the planets seeded by the Celestials to inhibit the birth of the Celestials, making it even more difficult for the race to reproduce on its own.
7. Dark Celestial/Final Host (Horde)
The Dark Celestials or Final Hosts are an evil race of Celestials because they were born by mutation from the Horde. In other words, normal Celestials infected by the Horde will be weakened before they become Dark Celestials.
Then, one of the Dark Celestials’ goals is to finish off the Celestials.