In this post I made, I was wondering about the whereabouts of the One Above All in the Marvel Universe. Considering the events of Time Runs Out and Secret Wars, I have to wonder, since the Beyonders are from essentially outside the Multiverse, and they seem to be destroying everything in the multiverse, since they have the ability to destroy the Multiverse,

did they kill or usurp the One Above All?

Then at the conclusion of Secret Wars,

Franklin Richards is seen creating the universe as he sees fit as the current All New All Different Marvel universe is essentially the same Universe pre Secret Wars with some changes being employed such as the inclusion of Miles Morales.

So does this imply that he is the new One Above All? I don't know if there is a canonical answer to this question since no comics have been written that can confirm any of this, but it seems plausible..


Well . . . depending on how one views it, the "One Above All" will be at NY Comicon in a few weeks. Often, the term is used within the Marvel Universe to depict either Stan Lee or Jack Kirby.


The one above all is essentially the embodiment of whoever is writing the comic book, and is the God of the marvel Megaverse, usually unaffected by events in any one Multiverse. As long as the events that happen are within the Marvel Megaverse ( which they are unless it is a crossover with, say, DC ) he still controls everything that happens.

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    I'm not sure this quite answers the question of whether the identity of the One Above All changed during Secret Wars. – F1Krazy Aug 26 at 9:40
  • You seem to be posting quite a lot of 'stub' answers; terse and offering only your opinion without backing it up with any evidence. This is (inevitably) going to lead to your answers being downvote and deleted. Instead of posting lots of low quality answers, why not have a look at some of the top-voted answers in this category and have a go at writing something more tangible? – Valorum Aug 26 at 11:14
  • That’s not true. – Samalot Aug 26 at 14:11
  • Which part isn't true? – Valorum Aug 26 at 14:55
  • All of that comment. There is evidence in the answer. – Samalot Aug 26 at 17:01

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