The only two things that are more powerful than the LT (there could be more in some of the obscure issues, too lazy to check now) are HOTU and PR Beyonder. Neither of them is canon currently. And possibly Molecule Man,
However, because the Living Tribunal is so powerful, he rarely faces opponents where he's needed to use actual strategy, skill and prowess – unlike Lucifer Morningstar, who has shown a similar level of power but has also displayed guile, trickery and smarts. During times that the Tribunal did encounter beings who had considerable power: against Thanos he lost; against Korvac he ran away; and against Warlock it became more of an intimidation match where Warlock backed down. Could Warlock have taken the Living Tribunal? Warlock certainly had more power than Korvac, and if the LT could make a mistake about how much power Korvac wielded, I wouldn't put it past him to underestimate Adam as well. The LT claims to dwarf the Infinity Gems, Warlock states "An assertion yet to be proven." Warlock's statement certainly has merit because you've got to question Tribunal's judgement – (1) a supernova to take down someone who had the power of The Stranger, Grandmaster, High Evolutionary, Shaper, Gardener... etc and (2) if the exploding sun did work, it would have killed everyone on Earth, not just Korvac. Fortunately, during the Infinity Gauntlet debacle, he ruled against Eternity. Otherwise, you can just imagine the look on Eternity's face as the Tribunal tries to kill Thanos with a supernova.
For all we know, when it comes to an actual fight, all the Living Tribunal does is create token resistance then when he sees it fail, he runs away, closes the universe and says to himself "Lucky everyone who saw that will be locked away in that universe...whew. I see what you're doing Uatu, don't show this to anyone!"
I'm not saying the Living Tribunal doesn't have the power to beat down any cosmic that tries to fight him – my point is that, an argument can be made against the Living Tribunal and just because he's the guardian of the multiverse doesn't mean it's an automatic win for him.
just like the scene your trying to cling too as to why the lt shouldn't be ubber
so infact your wrong here..we use a n oponents entire history of feats to determine the out come
thats absolutely a good feat
kmc is a place that uses combat feats cbub does...
we're neither of those sites we go strictly by a characters cosnistant over all history
and going by those feats he topwers over the comtrpiton
you;ve been here longer then me right?
this shouldnt be new to you
he turned off the gauntlet made warlock look unto a child...
and honeslty that you again cling to this..feat it shows..a hint of biased
and this it ends with him meerely gesturing and blinking them away
when he;s actuallty been shown as second only to god
I know they are not in the same universe, but could DC's cosmic like characters take the tribunal down?
I am mostly thinking of the Anti-Monitor and the Monitor.