Kenpachi would one-shot him, but James will revive him with cheers.
A 3/4 cheer-amped Mask would be able to beat down an Unpatched Kenpachi at that time.
Hey you remember Renji? The guy who got stomped by shikai ichigo and byakuya back in the ss arc? the guy who could hardly do anything to the 8th Espada back in base?
He's not fodder anymore XD
He's Aizen-level -.-
Base vs Base: Tousen blitzed Grimmjow at least once already (plus cutting through his Hierro casually) and portrayal places him at a pretty high standing. So Tousen wins handily.
If Grimmjow releases, Tousen could beat him with his Bankai (with high diff.) or simply put on his Vizard mask and thrash him.
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Even though Ulquiorra had more far more reiatsu, didn't Nnoitra have the self proclaimed title of strongest Hierro in the Espada? I know he was conceited but given the evidence it makes sense.
He sure did, but reiatsu and Hierro are both part of an Arrancar's "durability", and in some cases reiatsu is usually the better one to go with. Hierro is basically just naturally condensed reiryoku/reiatsu on an Arrancar's skin anyway.
He couldn't beat Baraggan even if he could resist Respira. The latter still has time dilation. He would never land a hit.
It's time dilation, not a time stop. The difference is that one would make it so that an attack would never hit, and the other one (the dilation) merely makes it take extra time for it to be able to hit him. Given Dangai Joue's blade size/power, Baraggan is more or less a stuck shmuck. The moment that blade stops just a few inches away from him, all Baraggan is doing is extending his lifespan (probably no more than 5 seconds though). Moving away would simply remove the blade from the influence of his TDF, but that would simply cause the blade to keep on moving and eventually it'll once again be under the influence of the TDF, and once again near closer and closer to Barry's skull until the blade actually touches him.
Ulquiorra and Starrk could merely outpace Komamura until the Dangai Joue wears off. Even if Komamura could keep up, I doubt he is strong enough to take out Starrk especially within the time limit.
Unlikely, given Komamura's speed at that time. We're looking at someone who was not only able to cross kilometers of distance across Seireitei within a short time period, but also someone who could outrun Bamby's reishi bombs (same bombs that blitzed Shinji who has one of the most impressive reaction feats in the series: semi-dodging a sneak attack from Tousen right after he noticed that the blade was RIGHT ON his forehead. Not to mention reacting to Aizen's back thrust and Hollow Mashiro that kept up with a bloodlusted senior captain-blitzing Wonderweiss). Komamura at that time was at least as fast as any of the Espada. Dangai Joue more or less replicates Komamura's movement to the same degree. It's also shown to be big enough to intercept people who are trying to move away from him (as in the case of Bambietta). Besides, it's not like Starkk or Ulquiorra have the stamina feats to keep on evading something as powerful as Dangai Joue. They'll be worn down relatively quickly.
Yammy is iffy. He lost to both Byakuya and Zaraki, but they were badly bloodied afterwards. Yammy is 50/50. It seems though that Komamura is strong enough to beat the majority. Giving him the benefit of the doubt against
Mhm..... Yammy is indeed iffy. Imo, he is indeed the strongest Espada because of his potential power. At some point, Yammy will grow strong enough from anger that he can smother out Dangai Joue, although that'll probably take some time. If we look at the legs of a near-dead Yammy after he got beated by Kenpachi and Byakuya, we can guess that he went through another anger evolution in addition to his second transformation. And overall, it took a Zenkai-empowered Kenpachi (who possibly took off his patch - idk the manga scan doesn't really clarify it) and Bankai Byakuya (who may or may not have had his arm and leg healed by Isane) more than one hour to put him down. Feat-wise, that's pretty much the only thing that can justify him being the strongest Espada, in addition to statements, hype, and databook confirmation.
Zommari has the possibility of taking down Komamura through Amor and forcing Komamura to kill himself with his own Bankai or to gut himself over and over and then decapacitate himself. Komamura maybe has some ways to get pass this.
Could win against Baraggan, depending if his immortality extends to agelessness.
R2 Ulquiorra can beat him with a Lanza.
Everyone else gets stomped.
Base vs Base: Probably Komamura with his heavyweight strength feats.
Shikai vs Shikai: I'd say Komamura with high difficulty. From the way Tekken is materialized, Kensei would have great trouble dodging the blade, and thus is resorted to block/counter (which he will surely fail against the sheer pressure of the sword). If he's forced to block with his dagger Tachikaze, then of course he's gonna get one-shotted. For the most part, Tachikaze's implosion ability won't be able to shatter Tekken's blade. He can use air cutting blades and a reiatsu-wind blast that blew off Hollowfied Bankai Ichigo's arm off at point blank, but someone who shrugged off a Hado #90 from Aizen, could keep on fighting after having his chest caved in by Bug Tousen's most powerful attack, and had to have his Bankai's arm sliced off by Aizen and then had to be directly slashed by Aizen just to be put down, tells me that Komamura would be able to tank through those and land a hit on Kensei.
Bankai vs Bankai: Could go either way, depending on if Kensei charges straight in or thinks with his head. With a 100 meter distance, it's rather easy for Komamura to track down his speed and cut him down with KTM's blade. Kensei is restricted to gauntlet punches, so it's nearly impossible for him to counter his Bankai's blade. But if Kensei is able to tag KTM or Komamura himself, then he can use his implosion advantage.
Anime Dante should win given that his endurance/regen is good enough to shrug off Clare's conventional sword slashes (without the "Quicksword" techniques) plus stomping on a multi city block demon. If they collide, Dante would win in a huge blast.
Bloodlusted spirits would stomp the Halibabes. In addition to town-city level spacequakes, Tohka has shown multi city block destructive powers, which is way more than can be said for the Arrancars.
With Ayon, the spirits would still win with high-mid difficulty. A beast that was able to blitz and smash a Vollstandig Sternritter would give a lot of trouble to the Spirits, but still lose to their combined power/spammable attacks.
Doesn't Shiro have city-level threat capabilities?
Yumekui Merry is decently strong - with peeps like Hercules, John, and Merry being the top tiers while Yumeji himself is kinda meh. Ganta is slightly more combat-savvy than him imo. Hercules can spam out building-sized fire blasts and has hypersonic or so speed. Merry was able to rage on him in her most powerful form, shattering bits and bits of him.
Most likely Tobirama.
Aside from Tobirama's speed advantage and a water technique that can cut Hitsugaya in half, Hitsugaya is relatively safe if he turns all the water into ice and manipulates it. But all of his ice attacks can be dodged with Shunshin/Hiraishin. Eventually Tobirama would be able to tag him and use Flying Thunder God Slash.
F1: Dio. Dio can also win against Whitesnake.
F2: Enrico. Timestops are ineffective, and The World will not be able to catch Stairway to Heaven/Enrico. Given how long Enrico spent with Dio, he'd know pretty much his weaknesses and thus would go for a head crush.
Or simply outlast him long enough to recreate the universe.
Pain with high-mid difficulty, assuming that he hasn't absorbed the Kokuryuha. In which case, the Pains would easily repel/absorb his dragon, while Asura and Animal Path spam their attacks on Hiei, none of which would put Hiei down. Then, the Pains would try to soulfuck Pain which is a terrible idea cuz Hiei would just cut them up or throw some fire at them.
Leaving Deva Path to simply use Bansho Tenin and repeatedly stab him in the gut, which he should have done in the beginning. Hiei will be aggravated by Madara's willpower, so he rustles in pain as whatever paths are left keep on stabbing him until he bleeds out and dies.