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Quote1 Believe in each other. We will find a way. Quote2
-- Sun God src
 

Four years after the Archetypes of J.U.S.T.I.C.E. fell during the invasion of the Kree and Skrulls, Sun God and five other outcast heroes came together to form the Great Society. They were able to repel the aliens and reclaim the Earth, and would serve as its greatest protectors.[1]

Zoran (Earth-4290001) from New Avengers Vol 3 17 001

Readying the Great Society for their final battle.

After facing and defeating an Incursion by the Mapmakers, the Great Society faced yet another one immediately after, this time facing the Illuminati.[2]

The Great Society no longer had any means to stop this Incursion the same way they had done before. And the Illuminati, who had informed them of their last resort being an anti-matter bomb to destroy the other Earth, tried to convince them to work together in finding a way out of the situation before passing to the worst-case scenarios. However, Namor attacked Rider, and prompted a fight between the two groups of heroes for the survival of their own Earth.[3]

Zoran (Earth-4290001) from New Avengers Vol 3 20 004

Sun God vs. Hulk

Even though the Great Society turned the tide of the battle on their favor, with Sun God in particular defeating the Hulk, Doctor Strange unleashed a demon which killed most of the Great Society and fatally injured Sun God. As the Illuminati were leaving this Earth having set the anti-matter injector, Zoran begged them not to destroy his Earth. Black Panther offered him to return with them, but he refused, preferring to die on his Earth with his friends.

With ten minutes for the Earths to collide, Namor activated the anti-matter injector from his Earth and destroyed the Great Society's Earth.[4]

Powers

Superhuman Strength: Sun God possesses utterly immense physical strength. Using both hands, he was able to catch a punch from an enraged Hulk, and was able to land blows that injured the green goliath.

Superhuman Speed: Fast enough to quickly cross the gap between two worlds caught in an incursion unaided.

Flight

Superhuman Stamina: Sun God was the sole member of the Great Society able to survive Steven Strange's mystical assault, holding onto his life in spite of catastrophic injuries.

Zoran (Earth-4290001) from New Avengers Vol 3 20 003

Sun God triumphant over the Hulk

Nigh Invulnerable : Sun God can withstand blows from the Hulk.

Enhanced Vision: Sun God's ocular capabilities surpass those of ordinary humans; he was able to see the Illuminati in detail across the gap between worlds of an Incursion, when Boundless was only able to perceive indistinct figures.

Superhuman Reflexes: A side-product of his speed, Sun God can match the lightning-fast reflexes of the Hulk in a fistfight blow-for-blow, easily surpassing those of even the finest human athletes.

Solar Energy Manipulation: Sun God is capable of releasing great quantities of solar radiation, enough to vaporize a group of the planet-sterilizing Mapmakers with great effort.

Heat Vision: Sun God is capable of firing beams of highly intensive heat from his eyes that were shown capable of rendering the Hulk unconscious.

Abilities

  • Leadership: Sun God is the leader of the Great Society; a charismatic and forthright individual, he is shown as being able to raise spirits at even his teams' lowest moments, in spite of the looming threats of Incursions.
  • Indomitable Will: Zoran is absolutely unyielding in his morality, in the face of even the greatest threats and temptations: unlike the superbeings of the innumerable other Earths the Black Swan bore witness to the destruction of, Sun God refused to even entertain the idea of destroying another Earth to save his own from the danger of the Incursions, determined to find another way every time even in the face of the Illuminati's assault.[4]

Strength level

Class 100+.



  • Sun God is an analogue/pastiche of Superman.
  • He registers to the Mapmakers as being "Post-Universal" in origin.[2] This was explained by Tom Brevoort as meaning that he was not born on Earth-4290001, with his transdimensional origin's similarity to Superman-pastiche Hyperion of Earth-13034 (introduced in New Avengers sister title Avengers) being noted as "probably not coincidental".[5]

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