Again, handbooks. Disregard those.
Because Azathoth creating everything that can exist, has existed, will exist, will not exist, etc. totally isn't creating everything. just because a word was not used, doesn't make it so. And I never said the horror genre. Lovecraft spawned the 'Lovecration Horror' subgenre, which is still greater than changing an age of comic books, which can be done by 'what is popular now.'
In order to timewarp War God Demonbane and end the fight, it needed to show several things: 1, it needed to surpass time warping that was greater than that of Great Old Ones, such as Cthulhu who can affect every multiverse. 2, it needed to do it greater than War God Demonbane. And 3, it needed to do it in every single universe that War God Demonbane had touched. The Tick Tock Man did that efforlessly and killed War God Demonbane's pilot as a child.
That... isn't what happened in the scene dude. Demonbane summoned anything that was 'Demonbane,' which shows that it is more of a conceptual entity. Amongst these are 'there was Demonbane that had become God.' And the thing about Japan is... calling something God is kind of meh because of Shintoism and Buddhism. As such, when you refer to something as being 'God' they usually mention it in the Christianity sense... that being the creator of everything. In addition, because of Demonbane being such a conceptual entity, You can apply the 'There was Demonbane ______' idea to anything... yes, you can even have 'There was Demonbane that had defeated The-One-Above-All.'
Also, it didn't just summon the War God Demonbanes. Like I said, it summoned every 'Demonbane' everywhere. In addition, EGD is only nigh-omnipotent since that title belongs to Azathoth, the Nuclear Chaos. Yet it still manages to Time Hack everything everywhere at the same time, as well as pull shit out of places that don't exist.
Full Power War God Demonbane does not exist, much like Fullpowered Galactus. And seriously? WGD is superior or at least equal to Adam Warlock with the Infinity Gauntlet, which is superior to all the Abstract Entities, such as Abraxas. In fact, let's look at Abraxas' abilities.
Super strength, super speed, massive cosmic energy manipulation, reality warping
, enabling him to traverse and manipulate dimensions
at will, telekinesis
, matter manipulation
, time manipulation
, can manipulate the fabric of reality to accomplish his ends, teleportation
, and several others
War God Demonbane is already super strong and fast and massive quantom/causality manipulation which is just a fancy word Reality Warping. Being a machine that is comparable in power to Nyarlothotep's personal mecha, the Clockwork Phantom, it can do the cosmic energy shit to. It breaks entire universes by touching them, has the telekinesis to fight against Master Therion(a massively multiversal being). Lemuria Impact is part of it's standard attack set and it compresses an infinite amount of energy into a finite space. Reality Warping is easy for it and it teleports as well.
War God Demonbane isn't even the second strongest Demonbane either. Demon Slaying Grand Saint takes that since it can actually resist Nyarlothotep and fought on equal footing with Master Therion's Liber Legis while it had a Shining Trapezohedron. And since Elder God Demonbane is the strongest Deus Machina we have seen, beating Nyarlothotep's Time Hax, it can actually recreate a universe however it wants. Yes, it can remove concepts with a thought. And a Lemuria Impact destroys not only the target, but god knows how many other universes. And then it fixes them all without the target... unless it is Nyarlothotep who they are trolling by giving infinite lives.
No, there is currently nothing stronger than Elder God Demonbane in the Demonbane series of Deus Machina. Azathoth may be stronger, but EGD is God Tier... unless you count it's little power up which just makes it infinitely stronger... so yeah, it's power is infinity times infinity.
So you just gave me a link that basically says 'Omniverse is disregarded from Marvel's definition.' Thanks for proving my argument.