- Oasis and Bun Bun from Sluggy Freelance. Kill tallies here.
- After alien Santa's army was wiped out, he casually took the field alone and demolished half of Halloween.
- Nightmare from Sidekicks proved how powerful she was when she effortlessly annihilated the countless Alex clones that attacked her. To put this in perspective, just three of said Alex clones were able to overwhelm another superhero only moments before.
- Shogun from Harkovast kills what is literally a small army of Nameless warriors. To make matters worse, about half way through he pauses to announce that (despite having him ridiculously outnumbered) THEY are the ones who are all going to die.
- Skoll of Cry Havoc has a body count of a paltry fourteen. Take note however that four of those kills were with a sword against assault rifles and shotguns. Three more were the crew of a main battle tank. That she charged down. As it fired every weapon it had. And hit her. Suffice to say, she worked for those kills.
- In Super Temps that is main character Skully in a nutshell. Her powers allow her to decimate any threat so well that she has to hold herself back. If she went off the deep-end at any point, mass destruction and chaos would ensue!
- Zeetha in Girl Genius is one-girl army. Also, any strong Spark with little preparation can be an enormous trouble. Case in point: an army of war stompers arrives. Gilgamesh Wulfenbach walks out of the gate to meet dear guests, alone. Hilarity Ensues.
- Goblins has Kore, a very Badass and very evil paladin who has apparently wiped out armies of orcs and ogres single-handedly.
- Every member of the The Order of the Stick. Belkar is a sexy shoeless god of war, Vaarsuvius is a mage with a trigger finger, Durkon is the giant dwarf, and even Haley can hold her own against multiple foes. The only official one who isn't is Elan, but he's working on it.
- The big ones, though, are Roy, V, and Belkar. Between strips 917 and 924, the three, in rapid succession, face down an entire army. First Roy, effectively alone, with hundreds of arrows raining down upon him, as well as thousands of incoming soldiers, proceeds to speak confidently about surviving for hours until dusk- and then starts making good on that statement. As he's slowly overrun, though, V comes back from Hell] sets up a Wall of Fire around the protagonists, putting the attacking army on the defensive. Then, as the fires begin to lie low, Belkar hijacks an Allosaurus and proceeds to rip the entire army to shreds with it.
- At first, Elan had no notable fighting capabilities at all, but after becoming a Dashing Swordsman, he's definitely getting there, and can now hold his own against multiple foes. In strip 918, he actually tries to invoke this against Tarquin's army, but unfortunately, since Tarquin is Elan's father, they refuse to fight him out of fear.
- Karnak in Dominic Deegan by necessity. It's noted he doesn't really seem to gain or keep followers very well, so any battles he ends up fighting, he pretty much has to do it on his own. Being the single most powerful demon in Hell by this point certainly helps.
- Pick any member of the main cast in Chaos Theory. Each of them can dish out epic destruction in their own way.
- Clayton applies liberal amounts of Conservation of Ninjutsu, taking on a small army by himself on a regular basis.
- Connor hacks into a security system to make people get killed by their own defenses.
- Kevin drops explosives everywhere, leaving mostly rubble and singe marks.
- Troy literally punches out tanks and wields an AA gun like a pistol.
- Almost every single notable character in Homestuck; however Jack Noir takes the cake, who lights a planet on FIRE, and casually destroys at least 15 more as well as later destroying an entire universe from the outside.
- In The Adventures of Dr. McNinja, the Doctor does this regularly. A later chapter introduces the "Inverse Ninja Law", which reads, "One ninja is an elite and powerful adversary. Multiple ninjas make a group of faceless and incompetent pawns."
- In American Barbarian, Rick himself.
- Several characters in Tower of God, especially Zahard's Princesses like Yuri and Maschenny, High Rankers like Yu Han Sung and Ha Jinsung as well as Zahard and his 10 Great Warriors. For them it is already at the point of subversion because what they are able to do has reached a terrifying notoriety.
- Ha Jinsung showed just why he is ranked in the Top 100 when he stormed his former pupil's secret hideout and annihilated all of the guards without so much as breaking a sweat.
- Then there is the case of Irregulars, those whose presence violates the basic rules of the Tower. Mostly because they were able to open the doors to the Tower themselves, they are among the most powerful beings in the Tower, so powerful in fact, that they are either the highest ranked Rankers or go even above that. Urek Mazino was able to climb the Tower in around fifty years, 10 times faster than average, and even overwhelmed Arie Honnote before becoming a Ranker. Enryu killed the Guardian of the 43rd Floor, even though they were considered practically immortal and unbeatable. And finally, Phantaminum appeared out of nowhere, stormed Zahard's castle, killed hundreds of High Rankers in his way, reached Zahard and decided, for some unknown reason, to leave again. In the end, there was no choice but to make him the highest ranked of the Tower.
- On a smaller scale, Ja Wangnan convinced Baam to make a truce with him because even if he was strong, he wouldn't hold out against the next six contestants. When the rest arrive and start squabbling, Baam decides to fight them all and nearly beats all but Wangnan, whose lucky skills and PokéBombs save his ass.
- Characters in Mushroom Go see Mario as this.
Sasha: The toads had already sent their army to aid in the liberation process. Their REAL army.
- In Commander Kitty, Nin Wah shows clear signs of being one of these.
- Jacob Doe in Genocide Man has taken on large groups of both wannabe bioterrorists and professional soldiers with nothing but his augmentations and a handgun (granted a full-auto railgun with sarin-tipped darts). It's said that Genocide Men are designed to take on armies.
- In the later stages of Bob and George, George. As soon as he figures out his mass-unconsciousness chain-lightning attack, he gains the ability to nonlethally (sort of) disable entire armies of ninjas.
Mega Man: How are we going to get past all those ninjas?
George: Any more stupid questions?