You've seen the movies, read the comics, and watched the cartoons - but who do you think the most powerful mutants in the Marvel Universe are? Some of the answers might surprise you.
Sure, everyone knows Jean Grey, Magneto, and Professor X... but what about Mister M or Doop? And you might have heard the term "Omega-level mutant" - but do you even know who Matthew Malloy is? Get those voting shoes on, because we are taking a stroll down mutant lane so you can vote up the most powerful mutants in Marvel Comics.
Some forget - and many just don't know - that Franklin Richards, the son of Reed Richards and Susan Storm of the Fantastic Four, is not only a mutant but also one of Marvel's most powerful. He is officially Omega-level, and Galactus considers him to be "the most powerful mutant ever born."
Are you gonna be the one to tell the Devourer of Worlds he's wrong?Super mutant?
Jean Grey is both an Omega-level telepath and an Omega-level telekinetic. You sincerely do not want to mess with her. And when she is one with the Phoenix Force? Well, that makes her one of the most powerful beings in all of Earth-616.
She's so powerful, 20th Century Fox had two attempts at making an X-Men movie about her, and couldn't handle her either time.Super mutant?
Contrary to what X-Men: Apocalypse may have taught you, En Sabah Nur is one of the X-Men's most dangerous foes. He is immortal, can teleport at will, is able to mentally manipulate others, and has superhuman strength, speed, durability, and intelligence. Fighting him is no walk in the park.Super mutant?
Hope is an Omega-level mutant with the ability to copy the abilities of mutants near her, combine them, and heighten them to their most powerful form. She's basically a get-out-of-jail-free card for any writer who has written themselves into a corner with a villain that's seemingly too powerful for the X-Men to defeat.Super mutant?