OK, it seems that our recent posts are heading toward a singularity which can only be reached via compiling a list of beings in mythology, comic books, role playing games, film, and television, that are explicitly described as being possessed of unlimited strength or force, indestructibility, irresistibility, or invincibility.
As a contrary example, though Galactus and Silver Surfer may be extremely powerful, it is never explicitly stated, or implied beyond a doubt canonically, that their powers are unlimited [like Hercules], or that they are superlative in their powers [like He-Man], and thus, they are excluded from the list. But, if you think you may have heard or read that a being has unlimited power and can't remember your information source, then we can tentatively include him/her/it, pending validation.
So far, we have:
- The Hulk: [Marvel Comics] unlimited strength potential when enraged
- Juggernaut: [Marvel Comics] unstoppable when moving forward
- Superman: [DC Comics] overwhelmingly implied that he is indestructible and possessed of unlimited speed and strength.
- Hercules: [Dungeons & Dragons] when enraged, there is "nothing he can't lift, nothing he can't bend, and nothing he can't break", though there is a small chance that I am remembering this incorrectly: it may be Atlas. If so, then replace D&D Hercules with D&D Atlas for this entry.
- Frankenstein: [Gothic Horror novel by Mary Shelley] possibly indestructible except vulnerable to fire
- Jason Voorhees: [Friday the 13th film series] indestructible
- The Blob: [1958 Sci-Fi Classic] "indestructible", unstoppable
- Lancelot: [Dungeons & Dragons] "invincible in combat"
- Strong Guy [Marvel Comics] strength increases to unmeasured limit by absorbing kinetic energy
- He-Man [1983-1985 cartoon series] "most powerful man in the universe"
- Michael Myers [Halloween] indestructible
Illustration is of the Marvel Comics villain, Blob.