Is the Scarlet Witch stronger than Thor

Is Thor the only avenger who can't die?

No, there have been many immortal Avengers over the years.Immortal with the definition of being able to survive the aging process and preserving strength and performance.Almost all "gods" of the Marvel Universe are "immortal to death".

They have an extremely long lifespan and are practically immortal. This includes the Japanese, Greek, Egyptian, and Celtic gods who appeared in Marvel Comics.

With the Nordic gods, the Asgards, they are not entirely immortal. They depend on Idunn's golden apples to prolong their lives. The Asgardians also understand that they will face an ultimate reckoning called Ragnarok in which many of them (most of them) will actually die.

There are many Avengers whose origins, power, or other circumstances give them forms of longevity or immortality. This includes androids, mutations, cosmic beings, and aliens.

Immortal to death

The mighty Thor is not really immortal, but like most Asgardians, he likes a very long lifespan that requires an infusion of the magical essence of Idunn's apples. In the Marvel Universe, Thor was exposed to death several times during his career and was forbidden for a time to enter the realm of Hela, the goddess of death. He lived a life in life support armor because while he was immortal he was still injured.

Hercules: A former member of the Avengers is a Greek god and is by all accounts immortal and immortal unless faced with a confrontation with other god-like beings. He and Thor have a rivalry that goes back hundreds of years.

Ares: The Greek god of war possesses the typical powers of an Olympian, including superhuman strength, speed, agility, durability, reflexes, and virtual immortality, although some of his powers are considerably greater than those of most other Olympians. Ares is functionally immortal in the sense that it is immune to the effects of aging and has not aged since reaching adulthood. It is also immune to known terrestrial diseases or infections. Since he was banished from Mount Olympus, its durability has been reduced to such an extent that it has been affected by conventional weapons.

Valkyrie was a member of the Defenders and the Avengers. She is the strongest of all Valkyries. Like all Asgardians, their tissues and bones are several times as dense as their mortal equivalent. Although not immortal, it ages much more slowly than humans. Valkyrie is immune to all land diseases and resistant to most types of injuries. Her Asgardian physiology gives her superhuman endurance. While her character was changed several times, the basic powers of an Asgardian were hers and she would have had the same lifespan as any member of Asgard as long as she had consumed the Idunn apples.

The Incredible Hulk (s) - (She-Hulk, Red Hulk) : While this has never been proven, the Hulk's regenerative abilities may mean that he will never age or age incredibly slowly relative to other people. It is safe to assume that all Hulks (red or green) have the same almost immortal quality. It is not known if any of the Hulks will age in their human form.

Firebird (Bonita Juarez) is a person who has been mutated by an unknown radiation bombardment from an alien scientific experiment. The mutation gave her the power of pyrokinesis and pre-recognition. It has also been proven that she cannot be killed by an elder of the universe. The source of this immortality is still unknown.

Mr. Immortal possesses the superhuman ability of immortality. Once he reaches the death point, he regenerates from all injuries. When he awakens from his death, he will be completely healed from all previous injuries and he will be able to wake up in anger. He doesn't age either. The cosmic being Deathurge indicated that Mr. Immortal cannot be killed and that humanity will eventually survive.

Can be repaired

Jocasta was a titanium alloy based android whose mental abilities were designed and manufactured by Hank Pym (ant man, giant man, yellow jacket) and based on the engrams of his then wife Janet Van Dyne (wasp). Her android body has been able to survive an insane amount of damage, and she is able to transfer her consciousness to other bodies based on her original design.

The vision was a synthezoid developed by Ultron (previously developed by Hank Pym) to infiltrate and destroy the Avengers. His synthetic body, which appeared human, was capable of a range of superhuman abilities, including limited flight and density modifications that enabled it to pass through matter or become diamond hard and nearly invulnerable. Despite these powers, the vision has been destroyed several times in its history, usually by incredible enemies like Count Nefaria.

Not remotely human

The Avenger, code-named Simon Williams Wonder Man had his entire body replaced with some form of "ionic" energy. While he may appear as a normal person, he does not have any of the requirements of a living being. He doesn't have to eat, sleep, or pass out. It can exist in hostile conditions including space and does not seem to age at all.

The sentry: Arguably one of the most powerful of the Avengers, has a multitude of superhuman abilities. Superhuman strength, speed and resilience, he is capable of bringing the entire Avengers team to a standstill. There are many theories about its powers and their origins. It has been suggested that he is not even human, but rather an avatar of a near-divine being or a force similar to Death or the Phoenix Force.

Jack of Hearts whose mutagenic powers came from the combination of an alien parent and immersion in the mysterious null liquid, which allowed him to project incredible amounts of energy. He has superhuman endurance and resilience to injury. At one point in his career he resumed the energies of a dying sun. After dying more than once, his connection to zero point energy has revived him. What his body is now made of is unknown, but it is certain that he is no longer human in the classical sense.

Beyond human longevity

Captain America has been at the peak of physical health since 1945. It is believed that the super soldier serum protected him during his time frozen underwater in the Artic and significantly slowed his aging process.

Starfox is a member of the long-lived offshoot of humanity known as the Eternals (as was his brother Thanos). His body has been so enhanced by cosmic energy that it ages much more slowly than most humanoids and is superhumanly strong and resistant to harm and immune to terrestrial disease. It can withstand shocks such as B. Falls from multiple stories or repeated blows of superhuman violence that would seriously injure or kill an ordinary person without harming themselves. However, he is far from invulnerable and can be injured by weapons such as bullets or knives, which are made of conventional materials.

Other Eternals who were avengers are the Forgotten (aka Gilgamesh) and Sersi.

Wolverine: A mutant that was previously considered to be effectively immortal and has already lived a much longer life than a normal human. The regeneration processes of his body make it likely that it will last for decades. What such a long lifespan means for him is another question.

Adam Wuerl

So no, Thor isn't the only one.

Matt Hamilton

In Avengers Annual # 16, The Collector gives each of the Avengers a poison to kill so they can fight the legion of the dead in the realm of death. They all die (including Wonder Man and Thor), but La Espirita (formerly Firebird) is unharmed.

Thaddeus Howze ♦

Yes, I remember that story. That was my prime, buying and loving the Avengers (before it got cool). I attributed it to the idea that as the elder of the universe, the collector had a lot of time to practice killing people and things he doesn't like or feels threatened by. I forgot about Firebird and its immortality. When I have a minute I'll add her to the list. Thanks for the reminder.


While she isn't exactly immortal, I don't think anyone can kill Squirrel Girl.


@ Mike: Perhaps the author of this issue knows Greco-Roman mythology better. In the original source, Hercules is a hero, that is, a demigod, the sun of a god (here Zeus) and a mortal. Like most heroes, his fate is tragic and he actually dies, accidentally poisoned by his wife.