In short, in a straight-up battle, Dr. Manhattan could easily destroy Superman. All he would have to do is disintegrate him and no matter how powerful Superman might be compared to other beings, Dr. Manhattan is simply too powerful.
There are so many ridiculously overpowered characters in DC and Marvel , higher dimensional being, reality warping, dimension creating superpowers that he doesn't stand a chance. But Dr. Manhattan is suppose to be creator of new 52 universe (DC). So yes he very well could be the strongest there is.
Plenty of characters within DC let alone Marvel can beat him anyday. DR. Manhattan isn't the strongest one. In Watchmen-verse, he is the only one with powers so it would seem like he is the most powerful and he doesn't have the feats compared to superman.
He tops the Spectre in terms of power, although a fully unleashed Spectre might be the more effective fighter. Originally Answered: Who would win in a war between Spectre and Dr. Manhattan? It should really on feats , powers and who created them be The Spectre.
In the DC universe(and in most Comic book universes) gods are a common 'name' for a specific type of races(Asgardians, Olympians, New Gods, etc.), and since Doctor Manhattan is not a member of such a race, he is not a god.
Manhattan is constantly leaking high-speed electrons, which is why he's glowing blue. So he does have kind of a radioactive signature that you could associate with him." Of course, while Kakalios can theorize about the science behind Dr.
He is capable of shifting, changing and rearranging the very fabric of the universe. He can create something out of nothing and turn it back into nothing. He has created universes and toyed with the events of said universes to create new realities. In both action and manner, Doctor Manhattan has become a god.
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