Marvel’s Japanese Mutant Sunfire shows the true power of alpha level mutants!

A wave of annihilation has just been destroyed by X-Men’s Sunfire!
Omega level mutants have always been in the spotlight throughout the Marvel Universe as they wield incredible power and on the other hand, less powerful Alpha level mutants attract comparatively less attention.

But these Alpha level mutants are still extremely strong and able to defend themselves against any threats they face. And no one embodies that power more than the newest member of the X-men; Sunfire, who has just destroyed one of the most dangerous threats in the Marvel Universe.

Waves of Annihilation were introduced during the “Annihilation” event in 2006 and were originally controlled by the Fantastic Four villain Annihilus.
He would assemble a group of dangerous monsters of all sizes to wage a war against Marvel’s most powerful cosmic heroes. Heroes who like to call themselves the United Front include Nova, Silver Surfer, Drax, and Human Torch.

These heroes had to use every drop of their powers to keep their enemy at bay and yet despite it all; they almost lost.
But this X-Men just faced a wave of annihilation and won very easily; thanks to Sunfire’s Alpha level mutant powers and it shows just how strong they can be.

In X-Men # 2 by Marte Gracia, Gerry Duggan, Clayton Cowles by Pepe Larraz VC and Marte Gracia; one of Cordyceps Jones’s patrons had sent waves of annihilation to Earth in their usual hopes of destroying the planet.

The X-Men knew the attack could be a potential “extinction level event” and it was not long before they jumped into action quickly. The X-Men were protecting the city that was attacked by the Wave.
Sunfire demonstrated the power of an Alpha level mutant by killing it with a single attack.

Yes, it’s true that the waves of annihilation the United Front faced were bigger than this, but the fact that Sunfire was able to destroy it so quickly as on his own!

Sunfire was first introduced in X-Men # 64 by Roy Thomas and Don Heck in the 1970s, and he was one of the first mutants the X-Men ever countered.
It can absorb solar radiation and convert it into a plasma that ignites when exposed to oxygen, a capacity he calls its “solar fire.”

The first time he met X-Men wasn’t exactly friendly, but it wasn’t completely contradictory either and he has since become an occasional ally of X-Men and he even helps the second generation of it. team to escape Krakoa’s grip. in the Giant Size X-Men # 1 written by Len Wein and Dave Cockrum.

And just like most mutants, he was transferred to the island nation of Krakoa after being declared a refuge for mutants.

Omega level mutants have God-like powers, but Alpha level mutants have slightly weaker powers, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t extremely strong.
Along with Sunfire, Rogue, Cable, Polaris, Namor, and Havok are all Alpha level mutants, but they are all capable of taking on some of the strongest characters in the Marvel Universe!

There is no doubt that Rogue is one of the strongest X-Men given her power to steal the abilities of others for herself, which makes her a jack of all trades.
Cable, on the other hand, has been repeatedly called one of the most powerful mutants due to his powers counting his cybernetic arguments.
Polaris has magnetic abilities that match his father’s powers, and Namor is strong enough to wage war on Wakanda and still live to tell the story.

Sunfire managed to destroy the Wave of Annihilation with a single attack and it shows how the Alpha level class is being ignored given that they can be just as strong whenever they need to!

Even if the Annihilation Wave was comparatively smaller, it still could have wiped out the entire Earth! This incident simply proves that the powers of Alpha level mutants are not unlimited and that they use an incredible amount of powers!

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