Spider-Man is Stronger Than Thor (When He Needs To Be) He might seem like a lightweight compared to other superheroes, but Spider-Man has shown he can be stronger than Thor - multiple times. When it comes to super strength, Spider-Man often ranks fairly low compared to powerhouses like Thor and Hulk.
A spider can lift 170x their weight, and if Peter has inherited a spider's powers, he could lift about 25000 pounds, roughly translating to 12.5 ton. But in the comics it has been proven he can lift up to 100-300 tons if under extreme conditions.
Fans know Spider-Man is strong, but Marvel confirms Peter Parker has the strength to not only survive a Hulk attack, but take him down too. Warning: contains spoilers for Devil's Reign: Spider-Man #1!
If Marvel fans have ever wondered if Spider-Man was worthy of lifting Thor's hammer, the answer is yes. Just NOT the Spider-Man you think… Although he didn't really meet Thor beyond a couple shared scenes in Avenger's Endgame, Spider-Man has shown he's actually a big fan of the Thunder God.
Thor is powerful but he's rarely faced a foe as powerful as the Reverse Flash, one who can hit him a million times before Thor could blink. With powers like his, the Reverse Flash has what it takes to beat Thor.
2 Thor Is Just Too Much For Iron Man
Thor beat Iron Man easily. Iron Man was basically powerless against the God of Thunder. Thor stopped short of beating Iron Man to death, but he made sure that Iron Man knew that there was nothing he could do to Thor if Thor pressed the issue.
At first I thought the web-shooters that Parker has in the film were a little weird. Doesn't Peter Parker have the ability to shoot organic webs out o his wrists? Actually, it turns out that the original Spider-Man in the comics didn't.
Over 3000 years old, Hercules, the son of Zeus, is considered the physically strongest character in the entire Marvel universe.
Conclusion: Captain America would likely win in a normal battle between the two of them. In a true no-holds-barred fight, it's entirely possible (and likely) that Peter would win.
1 Sentry Can Move At Speeds In Excess Of Light Speed
The Sentry is basically a fan-fiction character. He's good at everything. He's at or near the top in every area a superhero can be powerful in. The Golden Sentry Serum essentially turned him into Superman, as he's capable of running off of the sun's energy.
That would make Peter Parker's punch clock in at 450 mph.
Superhuman strength: The Lizard has remarkable superhuman strength, able to lift weight that no human ever could. The Lizard's physical might is so great, that he is obviously stronger than even Spider-Man himself.
Like his namesake, Spider-Man's strength and agility stand far above those of the average human, allowing him to lift nearly ten tons and to leap and move at incredible speeds with high accuracy. He also heals faster than normal when injured, though he is not completely immune to viruses and other human ailments.
According to several Marvel sources including The Marvel Encyclopedia, Spider-Man's maximum strength is being able to lift 10 tons. However, there are several times in the comics where Spidey has lifted more than including entire skyscrapers.
Thanos. On his own, Thanos is one of the most feared beings in Marvel. Not only does he possess superhuman strength, endurance, reflexes, and agility, but he's also one of the most intelligent characters in Marvel Comics. Once he's collected and put the Infinity Gems, now Stones to use, he's nearly unstoppable.
1. Tom Holland. Some fans will surely side-eye the idea of putting the current guy at the top of the list, but when it comes down to it, Tom Holland is a pitch-perfect Peter Parker - more than anyone else who's taken the role.
Does he shoot webs or not? In movies such as Spider-Man (2002), Spidey can shoot his own webs; yet in The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) and Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019), he can't.
Not a definitive source, but the Marvel Wiki estimates a range of 60 feet. The web line's tensile strength has been estimated to be 120 pounds per square millimeter of cross section. The 300 p.s.i. pressure in each cartridge is sufficient to force a stream of the complex web pattern an estimated 60 feet.
Black Panther has a nearly unlimited supply of Vibranium at his disposal and therefore could construct energy-absorbing weapons to shield himself from Thor's physical attacks. Theoretically, all that would be left is for Black Panther to deliver a crushing blow in order to beat Thor.
There is a reason the Green Goblin is Spider-Man's arch-nemesis, because at the end of the day, the villain has always defeated Spidey in the biggest and most heart-wrenching ways. This one, however, will likely forever stand as the villain's most infamous win.