Did Emilia Clarke Just Become Marvel’s Most Powerful Superhero?

Leaked: Emilia Clarke Is Playing Abigail Brand In Secret Invasion

Based on her Skrull background and Captain Marvel-esque powers, The Marvels may appear to the clear destination for G’iah’s next MCU appearance. But as the movie is only four months away from its November release and there has been no suggestion of Clarke’s involvement, it seems unlikely she will appear.

It’s easy to see G’iah finding her way into the next generation of Avengers in The Kang Dynasty or Secret Wars. As one of the MCU’s new most powerful heroes, she would undoubtedly be a valuable asset against the many Kang Variants set to threaten the whole Multiverse in the Avengers blockbusters.

Long before Clarke and Teyonah Parris took on the characters, the young G’iah and Monica Rambeau formed a friendship in Captain Marvel. Perhaps that dynamic could be revisited all these years later now they both have powers – there were once rumors of Rambeau leading her own Disney+ series after all.

On the other hand, Clarke could go solo in the MCU with her own project in which she works under Falsworth and the British government. The Game of Thrones actress certainly has the star power to take on a leading role, and it would make sense for Marvel Studios to take advantage of that down the line.

Did Emilia Clarke Just Become Marvel’s Most Powerful Superhero?

When Gravik initially processed the Harvest, a full list of the 22 heroes and villains found within the sample was displayed. So, G’iah now has the superpowers of many of the MCU’s most powerful characters including Thanos, Captain Marvel, Ebony Maw, and more, which combine to make her almost unstoppable.

For now, perhaps the only caveat behind G’iah’s powers comes from her lack of experience in using them. But just looking at her fight with Gravik, the Skrull superhero seemed quickly able to interchangeably use all her new superpowers just as well as the heroes they come from.

Most would agree that Captain Marvel, Scarlet Witch, Doctor Strange, and Thor stand atop the MCU as its most powerful superheroes. And yet G’iah is now infused with the DNA of two of them, along with two dozen other characters, leaving the question of whether she is now the franchise’s most powerful hero.

The only abilities G’iah was really left lacking are magical ones, as those powers don’t come from DNA itself but rather from other sources. Based on that, one could argue that Elizabeth Olsen’s all-powerful Scarlet Witch still stands above her, but there are few others who could be argued to reach her levels of power.

The full list of confirmed characters whose powers Emilia Clarke’s G’iah can now use after Secret Invasion can be seen below:

  • Ghost
  • Captain America
  • Corvus Glave
  • Thanos
  • Outrider
  • Proxima Midnight
  • Captain Marvel
  • Frost Beast
  • Ebony Maw
  • Korg
  • Drax
  • Cull Obsidian
  • Mantis
  • Gamora
  • Abomination
  • Hulk
  • Black Panther
  • Chitauri
  • Valkyrie
  • Thor
  • Groot
  • Winter Soldier

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