Type 3: Lori Lemaris, Superboy (at first), The Parasite, Riot, Obsession, Post-Crisis Mongul and his family, Massacre, the Insect Queen, Solomon Grundy, Kryptonite Man, Conduit, Superman in his original Golden Age debut.
Type 4: Superman and all other Kryptonians & Daxamites, Maxima, Metallo, Bizarro, Mon-El, Doomsday, Ultraman, Manchester Black, Hank Henshaw, Pre-Crisis Mongul, Brainiac, Composite Superman note Through Mega Manning, he becomes incredibly close to a Type 5.
Type 5: Blaze & Lord Satanus, Superman's true level.
Type 6: Kismet, Dominus, Imperiex, Clark Kent in the Silver Agenote This goes for all interpretations of Clark Kent during that period, including Kal-El, Kal-L, and Superboy-Prime., Solaris the Tyrant Sun, The Sword of Supermannote Whoever wields The Sword of Superman is granted virtual Omnipotence. Superman-Primenote Clark Kent in the 853rd century.
Type 3: Most of the non-cosmic villains, such as Sonar, Vandal Savage, and the Shark, the Manhunters, the Five Inversionsnote Atrocitus is Type 4 after getting his red power ring, Orange Lanternsnote Since they only exist as extensions of Larfleeze's will and can't form constructs.
Type 4: Most Lanterns of any colornote Particularly in the early years when the rings could literally do anything, Larfleeze, individual Guardians of the Universe, Appa Ali Apsa, Hank Henshaw, the Third Army.
Type 4: Mr. Majestic (they even call these Majestic class characters)note Although, one arc had Majestic slowly rearrange the entire solar system over the course of decades, pushing him somewhere higher on the scale, Apollo, The High, Maximum Man.
Type 2: Captain America (with shield) note His shield gives him skills and abilities that are impossible for Muggles., the Winter Soldiernote Bucky Barnes with his cybernetic arm., 3-D Man, Triathalon.
Type 3: Any character not listed in the other ranksnote It would take all day..
Type 5: Hyperion, Scarlet Witchnote Type 6 in House of M, Captain Universe, The Sentry/Voidnote Based on his apparent defeat of Galactus and his actual defeat of the Molecule Man often also referred to as Type 6.
Type 0: Bruce Banner, Betty Banner, Jennifer Walters, Thunderbolt Ross, Rick Jones (unpowered).
Type 2: The Leader, Tyrannus, The Red King.
Type 4: Gray Hulk, She-Hulk, Red She-Hulk, Red Hulk, The Abomination, A-Bomb, Oldstrong, Doc Samson.
Type 5: The current Hulk based on that he recently supported the weight of a star, Skaar (his Old Power nearly took apart the Planet), Maestro, Red She-Hulk during "Heart of the Monster", sufficiently angry She-Hulk based on the times she curbstomped the Champion of the Universe and a Thanos clone.note All Hulks can reach this level or above by absorbing additional energy, as shown during "Heart of the Monster".
Type 6: The Hulk's potential.note According to the Beyonder measuring his power as literally infinite, although it should be noted that this version of Beyonder has since been retconned to level 6; his overpowering Onslaught, when it had the universal scale powers of Franklin Richards and X-Man combined; and the time that he caused a multiversal quake with the shockwaves of his punches while in the Crossroads nexus.
Type 4: Cablenote Type 5 without the Techno-organic Virus, Iceman note Full potential is Level 5, as seen in Astonishing X-Men, Jean Grey, Rachel Summers, Stryfe, Cannonball, Storm, Proteusnote Exiles version is Type 6, Juggernaut note When fully powered up much higher, as he was literally able to punch holes into Reality.
Type 5: Professor X, Magneto, X-Mannote never seen, but speculated to be Type 6 at full power, Apocalypse, Vulcan, weaker Phoenix Force hosts.
Type 6: The Phoenix Force as a whole and stronger hosts note Like Jean Grey, Rachel Grey (sometimes) and Full-Power Dark Phoenix Cyclops, Onslaught, Legion.
Type 0: Frontline staff, other regular Humans. The hard-working staff of Damage Control are at this level for most purposes, but ask them to rebuild New York (again) and they'll find some way to make Type 4 stuff happen.
Type 0: Normal human bystanders and the likes of Ocelotina.
Type 1: Thugboy, Maidman, other non-powered heroes and villains who know how to kick ass.
Type 2: Wet Towel, the resident Anti-Magic character; Deathmonger (a huge threat, but mostly because of his mind controlled Superdead and nukes - both of these are technological achievements which aren't implants in 'Monger's body).
Type 3: Most superheroes, supervillains and ninjas, including Emp and Ninjette (due to their esoteric "Jutsu" hijinx), and Sistah Spooky's demonic service provider.
Type 0: Normal people, Mr. Rictus, Doll-Mannote He’s a Type 3 if his Dolls are taken into account, The Emperor.
Type 1: The Fox.
Type 2: Wesley Gibson/The Killernote He can fire bullets at anything with complete accuracy, but otherwise has no superpowers., The original Killer (Wesley's father), Professor Solomon Seltzer, Adam-One.
Type 3: Shit-Head, Sucker, The Future, Deadly Nightshade, Brain Box, the Frightener, Imp when his real name is found out.
Type 4: Fuckwit, Sucker after absorbing Fuckwit's powers.
Type 5: The Fraternity collectivelynote They destroyed every superhero on Earth, and then used their powers to rewrite all of history and turn the planet into a Crapsack World.
Type 6: Impnote The appendix mentions that he's a Reality Warper only limited by his imagination.