Also, they don't start out knowing how to do everything. For instance, the girl with space powers doesn't even know she has them when we meet her. She spends most of the story just trying to figure out how to use them efficiently.
The light guy is the Big Bad, and he has five million years
of practice with his own abilities, to the point where he is almost an Invincible Villain
. Fun fact: this is a cosmic horror story, and he's not one of the cosmic horrors. He actually has a phobia of them, mainly because most planets in the universe (including Earth and his own) are abominations. He's not as powerful as they are, but he's still worryingly powerful.
I kind of generalized "fire" to plasma, AKA stars. The user here is a heroic harlequin of sorts, whose main ability is being really, insanely fast.
Time travel is not possible in this Verse, nor is completely stopping it. The Big Bad's butler can SLOW time to where it seems stopped. He generally uses this with his weapon(s) of choice: every weapon made on the British Isles ever. I forgot to mention he's an Anglo-Saxon.
Think Dio Brando with greatswords, spears, axes and lots and lots of dakka.
My friend would have to explain the Pure Energy
himself, since he understands the verse's mechanics (specifically the quantum ones) better than I do. I think he summed it up as energy of creation, though.