Emperor joker had control over a single universe.
Bernkastel casually creates and destroys universes when fighting with Lambda.
Bern takes this.
^^What? Emporer joke had basicall all the power of a 5th dimensional imp. based off mxy feats he should have had control over a much larger portion of the Omniverse than a single Universe.
In fact mxy has indeed destroyed and recreated universes before
She can't do anything he can't. Fact.
@solesamurai: Feats of Emperor Joker affecting anything more than that universe?
What? I just showed you that he could destroy and recreate universes as he pleases with a mere thought. And Emperor Joker was a short series he doesn't have a whole lot of feats at all. How about you post some feats of her doing anything on that scale.
http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/scale_super/2/25315/453433-ew___superman_batman___world_s_funnest___48.jpg That's bat mite who can destroy universes with a mere thought, Mxy is above him in general power considering bat mite technically a small part of Mxy. Emperor Joker had 99% of Mxy's power he should be capable of things much bigger than destroying universes.
In fact mxy, can technically be considered Multiversal threat since beings from other Universes who have power directly from the Source(such as the spectre) Have absolutely no effect on him.
@solesamurai: He could create and destroy a single universe, Bernkastel casually creates and destroys them while fighting.
Start at the 0:40 mark.
Ne he's destroyed multiverses in the comic series World's funniest, that scan of him defeating The Spectre(a multiversal being) Is from WF, i don't have scans because i don't own the comic however, and can't find a respect thread on CV with any WF feats.
@CerusSerenade: Not exactly Mxy has never actually exerted any real effort towards any of the feats he has done. He's a trickster so it's all really a big joke to him. creating and destroying entire universes with thoughts is more impressive than doing it by fighting. The fact that he does this for fun is impressive in itself.