Individual Guardians of Earth

Individual Guardians of Earth and the Multiverse

They protect Earth, the universe, and even the multiverse. Their powers, abilities, and even species are different, but one thing they have in common is that when the enemy plans to destroy worlds or disrupt the cosmic order, they’ll stop at nothing to stop him. In this category, we face off the 10 most powerful individual guardians of Earth and the multiverse.

Individual Guardians of Earth and the Multiverse: Faceoff

Captain Marvel vs Green Lantern

Earth’s pollution has reached space and other planets are having none of it! A bunch of them are sending their armies to destroy our planet! Who do you call to save Earth, Captain Marvel (Avengers: Endgame) OR Green Lantern (Green Lantern, movie)?

Individual Guardians of Earth

Goku vs Superman

The insanely powerful always have some normal, powerless, boring sidekick, and let’s face it, you’re about as normal as they come! Whose sidekick do you become, Goku (Dragon Ball) or Superman (Man of Steel, movie)?

Individual Guardians of Earth

The Monitor vs Leeloo

They’ve come to save the world, but just a few years too early. Which of the below do you prefer to crash at your place until it’s time to save the planet, The Monitor (Crisis on Infinite Earths, DC TV show) or Leeloo from The Fifth Element?

Individual Guardians of Earth

Luke Skywalker vs The Doctor

If you’re going to guard your planet against hostile forces you will need a suitable weapon that you can take from one of the below. Who do you choose, Luke Skywalker (Star Wars movies) or The Doctor (Doctor Who, TV series)

Agent Phil Coulson vs Agent

You’re tired of being left out of the action just because you don’t have any powers! Who do you team up with to go kick some supernatural ass, Agent Phil Coulson (The Avengers, movie) or Agent K (Men in Black)?

Yoav Rosenberg

Yoav Rosenberg

Having studied scriptwriting in London, I subsequently worked on a number of film sets. I write about pop culture trends, films, and tv series on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+, and Hulu.

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