Black Adam vs. Thor: Who Wins?

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Marvel and DC Comics both have a few lightning-based, magic wielders. Arguably, Black Adam and Thor are the strongest such beings in their respective universes. Both these mighty demigods have their fanbase. In this light, it becomes intriguing to examine who would prevail in a fight between the two. Admittedly, these two are quite evenly matched and are even similar in some respects. Both are considered royalty in their universes and have each lived over a thousand years. A fight between these two would be lightning! For those of you salivating at the prospect of witnessing a contest between the two, look no further, for today we will settle who is the stronger between the two. Is it Thor? Or is Black Adam? But first, let’s evaluate each of them separately.


1. Thor


Thor vs Black Adam, who would win?
Chris Hemsworth as Thor

Thor is the king of Asgard and is the son of Odin. He is the protector of all nine realms. He has a hammer named Mjolnir, which empowers him to control thunder and lighting. This hammer which gives him incredible powers is his ally. Whenever Thor finds himself in a fight, he summons his hammer. The hammer always reaches him and evens the scale on his side, helping him win every fight. The Hammer gives him a multitude of powers, which include, controlling lightning and the weather, teleporting, and superman’s strength. Further, he has the power of longevity which means he has been alive for a long period. Giving him enough experience to fight his enemies. Beyond this, he has amazing inherent powers of thunder in him. This is called the Odin force. Finally, he has a belt that gives him yet more powers. All in all, Thor is a reservoir of powers and is consequently a formidable opponent. Chris Hemsworth has played the character of Thor for the MCU and would continue to do so in upcoming films.

2. Black Adam

Thor vs Black Adam, who would win?
Dwayne Johnson as Black Adam

Most beings in the DC Universe fear Teth Adam. He lives in Kahndaq, a fictional like Egypt. The wizard Shazam chooses Teth Adam as his champion and gives him magical powers. Later, for self-centered and vain reasons, Teth Adam becomes Black Adam and uses his powers for his gains. For this, the wizard Shazam banishes him to the furthest reaches of space as a punishment and to keep him away. However, he manages to return to Kahndaq and enslaves it ruling it ruthlessly. He unleashes brutality and makes an example of his enemies. He has the same powers as Captain Marvel—flight, super-strength, super-speed, powerful lightning attacks, and additional magical abilities. All of this is, however, put to bad use. Teth Adam initially was a pure-hearted individual, for which reason, the wizard Shazam chose him to be his successor. However, adam couldn’t take all this newfound power and become evil. Uses his magic for self-enrichment. A tragic story, which shows how bitter and evil this anti-hero is. Dwayne Johnson is going to play this demigod in an upcoming production from DCEU.


3. Who Would Win a Fight?

Thor vs Black adam who would win
Thor Prevails

Now we come to the meat of the matter, who would prevail in a brawl between the two? Thor is a God who has an immense amount of power and magic. This is by the virtue of being the son of Odin and having the Odin force. He further has the incredible Hammer, Mjolnir, as his ally. He has overcome many incredible feats and challenges before. On the other hand, Black Adam, himself is an ancient demigod. He has magical powers that have put many to shame and he rules his kingdom ruthlessly. It is pertinent to note that Thor had previously defeated Captain Marvel in a fight with the help of his hammer. Now Captain Marvel himself has beaten Black Adam several times before. Considering all this it is very likely that Thor would prevail in a fight between the two!

A contest between the super-beings would be an awesome sight to watch. We believe Thor would ultimately prevail over Black Adam! What do you think? Let us know in the comment section.

Angad Singh

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