darkseid vs highfather

[44] Darkseid has displayed his godly abilities by sensing the death of his son Orion[45] and fluctuations of the energy of the "Godwave". However, it is later revealed that she reincarnated him back as a baby with the intention of teaching him differently. The character was originally designed to be the chief antagonist of the titles Forever People, Mister Miracle and New Gods, but after the cancellation of these titles, he continued to appear as a major villain in many DC Universe comic books, fighting both Superman and Batman. In the Hunger Dogs, which was written by Jack Kirby, DS briefly battles Orion, and is actually on the losing end. Before they died, those Gods gave powers to Highfather who seems to surpass Darkseid. His Omega Beams had no effects on him. Placing the Daxamites under his mental thrall, he uses them in a massive attempt to conquer the known universe. While beings like The Anti-Monitor are popular right now, thanks to the upcoming Arrowverse crossover event Crisis on Infinite Earths, there is one foe who has withstood the test of time and has become a monstrous villain: Darkseid. @logy5000: @czarny_samael666: First off, I've seen people argue that DS shooting the AM counts as a post-crisis feat because the universe had already been restructured at that point. Some people seem to have the idea that he beat up Silver Age Superman regularly, which just isn't true. A thing skyfathers couldn't do. ROUND 1: Zeus and Odin vs Darkseid and Highfather, ROUND 2: Zeus and Darkseid vs Highfather and Odin. During the event known as the Great Darkness Saga, Darkseid returned after a thousand years of being gone, taking control not only of his home Apokolips but over the planet Daxam, placing the planet under a yellow sun and giving his army Superman-like powers. In the post-New 52 world, Highfather is a powerful commander of the New Gods and even looks the other way when Darkseid invades Earth-2. Furthermore, the last piece of Darkseid's plan fails when Batman, thanks to the actions of the new Batman (Dick Grayson), Red Robin (Tim Drake), Robin (Damian Wayne), and the Justice League, is able to return safely to the present, consuming the Omega Energy in his body without damaging the time-stream further, thus becoming the second individual, along with Mister Miracle, to escape the Omega Sanction. Darkseid > Thanos. While the upcoming Arrowverse/Crisis on Infinite Earth’s crossover will focus on the Anti-Monitor, it’d be awesome if Darkseid arrived just so this moment could happen. Darkseid then gains the fullest of his power, his "fall" having the effect of compressing and crumpling space-time around Earth. Former In the New 52 continuity, there is only one set of New Gods across the 52 Multiverse. The first hero is The Atom, aka Ray Palmer. However, Darkseid reveals that he planned for this and that his true target was Zeus himself, and he begins to drain and kill him, restoring Darkseid back to his original self. … In round 1 Odin stomps Highfather and Zeus stomps Darkseid. It gives some indication how powerful the character is but not entirely. Darkseid then reloads the gun that was used to shoot him, to kill Orion by way of firing the bullet backwards in time (a move Superman deems to be suicide due to the paradoxical nature of his actions: the bullet used to kill Orion is ultimately fired at him by Batman and is now poisoning him to death). He was found injured by a young woman named Vayla who nursed him back to health, fell in love, and eventually married him before bearing a child by Izaya. if highfather lacks feats but has a lot of implied power, this is more of an unpredictable match-upI don't see why Odin wins by default. New Earth He possesses superhuman strength, lighting-fast reflexes, and a powerful staff that shoots out tremendous amounts of energy. I'm not saying he's weak; he isn't. After being referred to multiple times in the DC Extended Universe, he will make his feature film debut in Zack Snyder's Justice League portrayed by Ray Porter through voice and motion capture. In Grant Morrison's 2005 Mister Miracle limited series, it was revealed that Darkseid had finally discovered the Anti-Life Equation, which he then used to destroy the Fourth World altogether. Despite Darkseid's extraordinary physical powers, he rarely engages himself personally in confrontations, as he prefers to use his superhuman intellect to manipulate or control others to his ends. Both the Marvel and DC Universes have an ultimate villain who battles the greatest heroes in comic books’ most epic storylines. Izaya the Inheritor was a warrior of New Genesis, husband of Avia, and father of the boy who would become Scott Free. In his final effort, Darkseid's disembodied essence appears and tries to seize the Miracle Machine Superman has created; however, Superman uses counter-vibrations to destroy him. He is their connection to the will of the Source, the celestial force that governs their lives. Before they died, those Gods gave powers to Highfather who seems to surpass Darkseid. Battle takes place in neutral ground, both teams are morals off, at their strongest point and completely bloodlusted, looking to annihilate one another. In Teen Titans #59, it was revealed that he had employed the Terror Titans to capture the Teen Titans and use them in his club fights. Spectre stopped him in his tracks; and when Superman asked why, Spectre said Superman was about to destroy the universe w/ his speed. In Birds of Prey #118, he runs his Dark Side Club where superhumans fight to the death, brainwashed by drugs produced by Bernadeth. Jack Kirby In the DC Universe, there are a few candidates who could be considered the multiverse’s greatest threat. [25] He is later mentioned again in Justice League #2,[26] and in Justice League #3 Darkseid makes his first appearance in the series, seen in a vision by Victor Stone after he is injured by an exploding Mother Box. In Darkseid #1, his background story was revealed. Odin wins easily. Superboy and Supergirl knock DS over with a sneak attack. and yes again this is my own personal opinion but i though they were like mirror images.. highfather to me was pretty much the Dc version of odin..  but if i had to absolutely pick on i would pick Odin, as everyone else has done too. Mobius believes that with the death of Darkseid, he will be free from being the Anti-Monitor. operatives, thus signalling the "Victory of Evil". Darkseid's second born son was surrendered to Highfather, while Darkseid received Scott Free. Then again, it may be that he doesn't learn his lessons. Darkseid is mortally wounded, but not before his Omega Sanction teleports Batman into prehistoric times. While he was a part of the JLA, one hero who managed to take down Darkseid in a significant way has to be Aquaman. yes i suppose Odin has more feats but highfather doesnt generally engage in battle himself, but that doesnt mean he isnt as powerful. I personally always though they were very evenly matched. This eventually turned out to be a setback for Darkseid, with his biological son growing up to value and defend the ideals of New Genesis as a powerful champion in opposition to his father.

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