The Beyonder is a recurring antagonist of Avengers Assemble.
He is the secondary antagonist of the Battleworld arc in Season 4: Secret Wars.
A powerful alien supervillain and master of all reality, Beyonder manipulated Loki Laufeyson (not realizing it was in fact Loki who manipulated him) into telling him of Earth's existence. As a result, for his experiment, he slams various pieces of Earth and realities together and forms Battleworld. During his fight with the Avengers, he separated Hulk and Bruce Banner and hired Ares, Absorbing Man, Crimson Widow, and M.O.D.O.K. to work for him. Upon capturing Iron Man and Captain America, he tries to manipulate the former into joining him but was actually using Iron Man and Captain America to fight one another but was tricked by them and they escape with his information. Beyonder and his forces battle the Avengers until he overpowers the group, but when Jane Foster turns into Thunderstrike, she uses Mjolnir to destroy him as Loki sends everyone back to their places.
Despite being an alien, the Beyonder has the appearance of a tall muscular male human with dark brown hair with shaved streaks, a dark brown beard, gauged ears and white pupiless eyes. He wears white clothing which consists of a jumpsuit with the sleeves rolled up to his elbows, suspenders and combat boots.
When he battles the Avengers once more, he wears a silver armor with the shoulders being wide and covering his head with a projection of his face.
The Beyonder is a humanoid alien being with the power to warp reality.
The Beyonder appears in Avengers: Secret Wars, voiced by Steven Weber. This version creates Battleworld out of other worlds as part of his experiment. In the episode "Beyond", he recreates Avengers Tower for the Avengers and New Avengers and he tells the two groups about Battleworld as part of his experiment. In the episode "Underworld", it's revealed that Beyonder manipulated Loki. Beyonder also demonstrates his abilities by splitting the Hulk and Bruce Banner apart before sending the two to the other parts of Battleworld. In the episode "The Citadel", Beyonder has Ares, Absorbing Man, Crimson Widow and MODOK bring him both Iron Man and Captain America. While his enforcers fight Captain America, Beyonder tries to convince Iron Man to be a part of his experiment. In actuality, Beyonder manipulates Iron Man and Captain America to fight each other. Wanting to see who will win, he gets blindsided when the two Avengers were acting and get away with his own information. Enraged, Beyonder's abilities swat his enforcers away, however, he spares Ares for his future revenge. In the episode "The Wastelands", Beyonder goes after the Avengers' two groups due to wanting to undo Battleworld. He first sends Ares and an army of Ghost Riders, and then personally goes after the two groups, leading to Jane Foster using Mjolnir to defeat him.
Powers, Skills, and Abilities
- Unknown Cosmic Powers: He is a humanoid extraterrestrial being whose only non-human feature, is the fact that his eyes lack any coloring and unnatural attributes.
- Superhuman Strength: He naturally has superhuman strength, being able to beat up and rag doll Tony stark while Tony wore an armor created out of the Beyonder's knowledge.
- Superhuman Speed:
- Superhuman Stamina
- Superhuman Agility
- Superhuman Durability: He naturally has enhanced durability, allowing him survive being plummeted by massive boulders and explosions with minimal injuries.
- Superhuman Intelligence: He possess a superhuman level intellect, which allows him to easily understand and create things which even takes a considerable amount of time for Tony Stark to remotely understand.
- Superhuman Senses:
- Cellular Regeneration: The Beyonder unknown physiology is modified with unknown technology that allows him to regenerate his cells indefinitely, allowing him an endless lifespan. He can even regenerate his clothing at will.
- Flight/Levitation: He has shown a natural power to levitate and fly at high speeds.
- Reality Manipulation: The Beyonder has bio-technological implants within his body, which allow him to perform feats of cosmic power and reality manipulation magic.
- Dimensional Splicing: He was able to summon dimensional spaces from different worlds in different dimensions without any difficulty.
- Portal Creation: He can create portals to other dimensions and planets.
- Terraformation: He was able to summon up parts of different worlds and terraform them together, creating Battleworld in the process.
- Soul Splitting: He was somehow able to physically, mentally and spiritually split Banner and Hulk into two separate people.
- Advanced Telekinesis: He has shown tremendous telekinetic power, being able to easily restrain and suspend Hulk or the Polytheistic War Deity, Ares, in air. He can even move objects and sued this power to crush Tony Stark inside his new armor.
- Holographic Technology:
- Technological Interfacing:
- Shield Projection:
- Energy Blasts:
- Energy Projection:
- Energy Manipulation: He can create shields made of energy, and create beams of lightning.
- Lightning Conjuring: During his battle with Tony Stark, the Beyonder conjured up a lash-like weapon made of lightning to use as an offensive weapon.
- Power Bestowal: He offered Tony Stark a device which will give him the power of indefinite cellular regeneration, thus allowing Tony Stark biological immortality.
- Cybernetic Interfacing: He can command his own technology with mere thoughts.
- Telepathic Immunity:
- Matter Manipulation:
Formerly Powers and Abilities 
- Unspecified Cosmic Powers: (Includes Reality and Time Manipulation, Teleportation)
- Cosmic Powers:
- Cosmic Energy Manipulation:
- Reality Warpers:
- Reality Warping:
- Omnipotence/Omnipresence/Omniscience (Pre-Retcon)
- Nigh-Omnipotence (Post-Retcon)
- The Beyonder's Battle Armored Suit: He utilized a technologically advanced battle suit during his final confrontation with Tony Stark and the Avengers.
- The Beyonder's Orb: The Beyonder handed Tony Stark an Orb of his own design, which has a few advanced powers.
- Regeneration Systems: The Beyonder stated that the Orb will allow Tony Stark the power of biological immortality through indefinite cellular regeneration.
- Temptation Inducement: The Orb as the power to tempt people to use it's power.
- Shape-Shifting: The Orb can shape shift into whatever tempts its holder the most, such as an edible Apple for Captain America or a piece of technology for Tony Stark.
- Demonic Army: The Beyonder gave Ares an army of Ghost Riders.
|Season 4: Secret Wars|
|1. "Avengers No More - Part 1":||Absent||14. "New Year's Resolution":||Absent|
|2. "Avengers No More - Part 2":||Absent||15. "The Eye of Agamotto - Part 1":||Absent|
|3. "The Sleeper Awakens":||Absent||16. "The Eye of Agamotto - Part 2":||Absent|
|4. "Prison Break":||Absent||17. "Beyond":||Appears|
|5. "The Incredible Herc":||Absent||18. "Underworld":||Appears|
|6. "Show Your Work":||Absent||19. "The Immortal Weapon":||Flashback|
|7. "Sneakers":||Absent||20. "The Vibranium Coast":||Flashback|
|8. "Why I Hate Halloween":||Absent||21. "Weirdworld":||Flashback|
|9. "The Once and Future Kang":||Absent||22. "Westland":||Flashback|
|10. "Dimension Z":||Absent||23. "The Citadel":||Appears|
|11. "The Most Dangerous Hunt":||Absent||24. "The Wastelands":||Appears|
|12. "Under the Spell of the Enchantress":||Absent||25. "All Things Must End":||Mentioned|
|13. "The Return":||Absent|
- Unlike the comics, where the Beyonder's powers originate from within him, in the Avengers Assemble TV Series, his powers actually emerge from his extremely advanced technology.