@Destinyheroknight: Lol gotta love Archie comics, I swear almost everyone in that comic later turns out to be some form of a god. Anyway, the best feat of Enerjak i saw was him holding a multiverse in his hand. But isn't LT Omniversal? The sonic universe doesn't even have an Omniverse. However, Mogol, with only a fraction of Enerjak's power destroyed a bunch (I think millions) of multiverses. But Ultra Sonic beat him so, I gotta go with LT on this. Enerjak himself hardly has any feats aside from what he says. Ultra Sonic would be a better match, going by powerscaling he may be close to omniversal. But the gap in megaversal and multiversal is pretty huge.
@Kurohige: What exactly is a "megaverse"? I thought it went something like this 1. universe = obviously a single universe, 2. multiverse = every alternate universe related to that specific universe (such as parallel realities like last few episodes of Gurren Lagann, every possible outcome of that specific universe), 3. omniverse = every universe related and un-related to that specific universe or just all universes with every outcome possible, in fiction that is, anything above that would have to be a legitamite 3rd dimensional or higher (well that's my general understanding of the matter anyway)
Although, technically a Megaverse is a Multiverse, some argue that a Megaverse is a single entity. Anyways, in term of Marvel: Universe - a single verse. 616, Age of Apocalypse, New Earth. Those are all universe.
Multiverse - The Marvel Multiverse (all Marvel realities) or the DC Multiverse (all DC realities)
Megaverse - A group of alternate universes bigger than a Multiverse. (Marvel Zombie universe, 616, New Universe, Ultraverse, and others, basically different realities, sorta.)basically a larger grouping, though because there is always the chance that some future publications will increase the interactions between different Multiverses, this is a fluid definition.
Omniverse - Despite how it is used in comic books, the Omniverse is every universe/multiverse/megaverse ever including our own. For something to be truly omniversal, it would also have to be able to crossover into our universe (Well maybey not as far as out universe meaning the 4th wall but still). To put it simply, it is the collection of every single universe, multiverse, dimension (alternate or pocket) and realm.
@DBZ_universe: Why does Archie have to take things out of proportion? The games are almost never that bad. I actually wanna start reading Archie just because it seems like it would be nostalgic... But if they're really that over powered I don't know if I should bother. Maybe it's just cartoonish or something?
@MarioRedfield: Lol, most DC and Marvel multiversals are still above them, those comics still have overpowered characters and items (Infinity gauntlet) but even so there are only about 3 overpowered characters in the Archie comics, those being Ultra Sonic, Mogol, and Enerjak. I thought Sonic was stupid after all the fanfics and such but I loved the old Sonic TV shows. I don't mind a overpowered characters, they were never meant to be compared to other universes anyways, as long as the story is good, which I'm guessing it is since the Archie comics have so many fans. It's not like everyone is an omnipotent world ender, that was not until around the end, Enerjak is about as strong as they get and even so he himself doesn't have many feats, although Mogol with a fraction of his power was crushing multiverses so... lol but you may wanna go here to see the same kind of debate from people who know a lot about both, kinda funny too: http://lounge.moviecodec.com/vs-forum/enerjak-vs-living-tribunal-126677/4
@shakyric_lawson: I guess, although some of the actual feats don't support that, but yes by powerscaling lots of things are possible. But yeah, I never said they weren't that strong I just said they were not unbeatable and a lot of their powers were inconsistent at times, but yes I don't doubt their power. Also I think you need more than one Chaos Emerald to be multiversal, right?