(After hulk issue 25, it has been proven that one below all is truly the anti-god of marvel and the author of the comic too has confirmed it as a fact. His power by all means is equal to TOAA.)
(→‎Known Users: mobius is confirmed that he was created by perpetua.)
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*[[w:c:dc:Great Darkness (New Earth)|The Great Darkness]] (''DC Comics'')
*[[w:c:dc:Great Darkness (New Earth)|The Great Darkness]] (''DC Comics'')
*Barbatos (''DC Comics'')
*Barbatos (''DC Comics'')
*Mobius (''DC Comics'')
*Anti-Fish (''Earthworm Jim'')
*Anti-Fish (''Earthworm Jim'')
*[[w:c:marvel:Amatsu-Mikaboshi (Earth-616)|Amatsu-Mikaboshi]] (''Marvel Comics'')
*[[w:c:marvel:Amatsu-Mikaboshi (Earth-616)|Amatsu-Mikaboshi]] (''Marvel Comics'')

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"In my dream, the world had suffered a terrible disaster. A black haze shut out the sun, and the darkness was alive with the moans and screams of wounded people. Suddenly, a small light glowed. A candle flickered into life, symbol of hope for millions. A single tiny candle, shining in the ugly dark. I laughed and blew it out."
― Joker (DC Comics)
"He is the cosmic conqueror, the destroyer of worlds. A being of infinite power and endless hunger on a quest to invade every universe and bring all worlds into his Dark Dimension."
― Wong (Marvel Cinematic Universe)
"Violent passion, for a fraudulent god who gave a vicious curse."
― The Enigma TNG - God Complex

The power to have traits and powers of an Anti-God. Variation of Transcendent Physiology. Destructive variation of Omnipotence. Opposite of Monotheistic Deity Physiology.

Also Called

  • Anti-God Physiology
  • Decreator/Destroyer Physiology
  • Primordial Evil
  • Primordial Void
  • Supreme Degenerator
  • Creator of Evil
  • Ultimate/Supreme Annihilator/Destroyer/Evil/Malevolence


User is the Anti God/Primordial Void, representing the counterpart or sometimes the dark aspects of a Supreme Deity. They are considered the essence of all evil, darkness, and chaos in existence. As the ultimate destroyer, they are ranked among the most powerful entities.

Universal Differences

  • Anti Gods are vital to the balance of the cosmos as they represent  the other side of the coin in the perpetual conflict between good and evil.
  • As there is only one Supreme God, there can only be one Anti-God.
  • Some are not villains but destructive aspects or forces vital that are charged to bring the universe to an end.
  • The Anti-God is not to be confused for a demon but is the originator of all demonic forces and everything related to it.
  • Though they existed before the universe itself their origin can be originated from 3 sources:
    • They may be split or purged aspects of God's dark attributes (ex. Tathamet from Diablo).
    • Twin or counter aspects of God (ex. Angra Mainyu from Zoroastrianism).
    • Primordial form of existence which existed before the creation (ex. The Darkness from Supernatural).
  • Whereas God plays the role of "Creator", the Anti-God plays the role of "Destroyer".


Anti-Gods are beings of unlimited power giving them the ability to destroy entire universes; in some cases even compared to the supreme creator, a clash between them could cause the multiverse to be destroyed and recreated. Anti-Gods represent and are the prime originators of all that counters creation, giving it absolute domain over dark powers.

Applications (General)

Applications (Essential)




  • Users of Cosmic Otherness and Omnilock may be immune to the Anti-God's power.
  • The Anti-God may be less powerful/intelligent than the Supreme Being.
    • If Omninescient, the Anti-God may be unable to comprehend the Supreme Being's creation.
      • Alternatively, the Anti-God may be stronger than the Supreme Being, meaning that entropy always prevails in the end.


  • Having an Anti-God existing is obviously unlikely because the Supreme Being already embodies both creation and destruction, but this depends on the verse in question.

Known Users

See Also: The Anti God.


  • Vaatu (Avatar: The Legend of Korra)
  • Decreator (DC Comics)
  • Nekron (DC Comics)
  • The Great Darkness (DC Comics)
  • Barbatos (DC Comics)
  • Anti-Fish (Earthworm Jim)
  • Amatsu-Mikaboshi (Marvel Comics)
  • The One Below All (Marvel Comics)
  • Oblivion (Marvel Comics)
  • The Black Mass (Samurai Jack)
  • The Darkness (Top Cow)
  • Malum Kranus (Regular Show)


  • Dark Schneider (Bastard!); as the Adam of Darkness
  • TriHexa (Highschool DxD)
  • Death-Fog (The Slayers)
  • Akemi Homura (Puella Magi Madoka Magica)
  • The Counter-Actor (Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki)
  • Loki (Gokukoku No Brynhildr)


  • Azrael (Discworld)
  • Shai'tan/Dark One (The Wheel of Time)
  • Lord Foul (The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant)
  • Hel (The Circumstances Leading to Waltraute's Marriage)

Live Television/Movies

  • Unicron (Transformers)
  • Dahak (Hercules/Xena)
  • Ruin (Mistborn)
  • The Darkness (Supernatural)
  • Crimson King (Dark Tower)
  • Anti-God (Prince of Darkness)


  • Apep (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Angra Mainyu/Ahriman (Zoroastrianism)
  • Rex Mundi (Catharism)
  • Ur (Mandaeanism)
  • Chernobog (Slavic Mythology)
  • Prince of darkness (Manichaeism)
  • Guayota (Guanches Mythology)

Video Games

  • Chaos (Dissidia: Final Fantasy)
  • Angra Mainyu (Valkyrie Crusade)
  • Vigoor (Ninja Gaiden series)
  • Nereid (Tales of Eternia)
  • Padomay (The Elder Scrolls)
  • The Darkness (Destiny)
  • Tathamet (Diablo)
  • Henir (Elsword)
  • Urgash (Might and Magic)
  • Virage Embryo (The Legend of Dragoon)
  • Omni-Exist (Voltage Fighter Gowcaizer)



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