The Top Strongest DC Villains of All

With a universe populated by heroes both smart (like Batman) and powerful (like Superman), it’s only fitting that DC also has some of the most powerful comic book villains of all-time. Unfortunately for our favorite heroes, these villains are often a great combination of brain and brawn, and that allows them to threaten not just the world, but the universe at large. These guys may not be the most evil and diabolical, but they are definitely the most well-equipped to face off against our heroes and defeat those who stand in their way.
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The Top Ten The Top Strongest DC Villains of All

1 Krona

Krona is a Maltusian, a race of immortals who become the Guardians of the Universe, and Krona’s role among them was to oversee the imprisonment of the emotional entities. He is also responsible for creating the first prototype of the Green Lantern ring, due to his interest in controlling emotion.

2 Darkseid Darkseid is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. Created by writer-artist Jack Kirby, the character made a cameo appearance in Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #134 before making his full first appearance in Forever People #1. He is the father of Orion, Kalibak, more.
3 Eclipso

A being who is immortal like most others on this list, Eclipso is a villain you may not know much about. His soul is encapsulated within the Heart of Darkness, and each shard of the diamond Heart possesses his soul. These shards can infect, and have infected, numerous people with the malevolent spirit of Eclipso over the centuries.

4 Brainiac Brainiac is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, commonly as an adversary of Superman.

One of the oldest beings in the galaxy, Brainiac conquers civilizations, shrinks them, bottles them, and then adds them to his massive collection. He spans the universe doing this over and over again in order to amass more and more knowledge and technology. Looking for the Last Son of Krypton, Brainiac sets his sights upon Earth in order to capture Superman

5 Parallax

One of the seven imprisoned “emotional entities” that the Guardians of the Universe kept hidden from the galaxy, Parallax is the embodiment of pure fear. It’s ability to inhabit the bodies of those who we consider to be strongest beings in the universe makes Parallax a petrifying enemy. The most notable example of Parallax’s power comes during the storyline “Emerald Twilight,” in which the parasite possesses Green Lantern Hal Jordan.

6 Superboy Prime Superboy-Prime, also known as Superman-Prime or simply Prime, is a DC Comics superhero turned supervillain, and one of several alternate Supermen.

The one who began the “Infinite Crisis,” Superboy Prime, also known as Connor Kent, has proven to be a deadly force of nature. A version of Kal-El who exists in a universe without superheroes (Earth-Prime), he is recruited to help stop the “Crisis On Infinite Earths” by Superman of Earth-One, which destroyed the universe he came from. After, he goes to the “paradise” dimension, where he grew angry and insane. He was able to observe the world he protected becoming worse and worse. Finally he decided the heroes were not enough and broke free of the “paradise” dimension to hand out his form of justice.

7 Reverse Flash Reverse-Flash is a name which has been used by several fictional supervillains in American comic books published by DC Comics. Each iteration is an enemy of the hero known as The Flash.

Some might question the placement of Reverse Flash on this list, but the villain also known as Professor Zoom and Eobard Thawne is in fact a force to be reckoned with. Like his main foe The Flash, Professor Zoom possesses the ability to travel at speeds imperceptible by regular men. However, Zoom is also able to travel through time, which is a power that can be devastating powers if used by the wrong people.

8 Larfleeze Agent Orange is a fictional comic book supervillain appearing in books published by DC Comics, usually as an antagonist in books featuring Green Lantern and the Green Lantern Corps.

The single sole bearer of the Orange Lantern, Larfleeze is a being who is billions of years old. Controlling the entire power of the Orange Lantern Core of avarice, Larfleeze has a tremendous amount of power that he uses to wreak havoc across the universe. Known as Agent Orange, Larfleeze is able to use hard-light constructs in the shape of the people he’s killed over the years. Being in possession of all these souls, he is able to create an army of “constructs” to do his bidding.

9 Trigon Trigon is a demon, a comic book character published by DC Comics. He is one of the most powerful beings in the DC Universe, having enslaved many worlds.

A god of pure evil, Trigon has become one of the strongest beings in the New 52. The father of Teen Titan, Raven, and many other children from the worlds he has conquered, Trigon wants not only to create living hells out of the worlds he vanquishes, but also to find women who can bear him supernaturally powerful children. Trigon feeds on evil and disparity he causes in the galaxies that he conquers. Trigon’s powers are incredible, but thanks to the efforts of various DC heroes, his true powers have not yet been unleashed

10 Doomsday Doomsday is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, usually depicted as an adversary of Superman.

The Killer Of Superman.
He is a beast popular for killing superman
For thrice
First in comics,second in animation and third in the movie.
One thing,it gets stronger each fight.