Supergirl vs Captain Marvel: Which Danvers Wins?

They are both flying, super-powered superheroes. This fight is between the comic’s most famous blonde female superheroes: Captain Marvel vs Supergirl: Who Would Win?

Supergirl vs Captain Marvel

Thanks to her Kryptonian physiology (Once charged by the energy of Earth’s yellow sun) Supergirl is one of the most powerful beings imaginable. She is able to manipulate her own gravitational field to generate thrust. Supergirl can propel herself through the air at hypersonic speeds. She can emit energy beams from her eyes. She is able to exhale powerful gusts of air from her mouth. Hell, she can even cause the temperature of her breath to drop, and as a result, she is able to freeze nearly anything. Combine all that with her proficiency in hand-to-hand combat and you get the perfect warrior.

Supergirl vs Captain Marvel

Captain Marvel’s powers are the result of having absorbed the energy of the Light-Speed Engine, which was derived from the Tesseract. This combination gained her almost unlimited cosmic powers. While enveloping herself with cosmic energy, she can fly at incredible speed, glide, and float through the air and vacuum of space without outside help.

Carol Danvers can also directly siphon cosmic energy into dense powerful photon blasts. A blast strong enough to pulverize concrete and metal. Thanks to years of training in the arts of battle by turned Carol Danvers into a deadly weapon. Now she has to use it against Supergirl. When it comes to strength, powers, and speed Captain marvel can’t beat Superman, but can she beat supergirl?

Supergirl vs Captain Marvel Who Wins? Verdict

The Girl of Steel vs. the fearless Individual Guardians of Earth and the Multiverse, Who is the better Danvers? That’s it, the combatants are set.

Supergirl vs Captain Marvel: Who Would Win? Results

Supergirl Wins!

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