Reality Warping – The ability to change or manipulate reality itself.
Franklin Richards (Marvel) as a reality warper is more powerful than Galacutus.
Mr. Mxyzptlk (DC) is a reality warper that foolishly lets the Joker usurp his power to the chagrin of Darkseid.
Bat-Mite (DC) comes from the same 5th dimension (DC Who’s Who V1 #2).
Bat-Mite and Mr. Mxyzptlk like to tussle (Worlds Funnest #1)!
Qwsp (DC) is also from the 5th dimension (Who’s Who in the DC Universe).
Qwsp violates some rules of the 5th dimension (JLA V1 #31).
Omnipotus (Image) is the only reality warper of the Invincible Universe (Official Handbook of the Invincible Universe #2).
Creator (Dakotaverse) uses his immense powers to do cosmic rewrites (Milestone Media Universe Card Set).
Doc Virtual (Malibu) is the reality warper of the Ultraverse (1993 SkyBox Ultraverse).
Make sure to check out what happens when Mr. Mxyzptlk and Bat-Mite have a contest between the Batman Family and the Superman Family.
Alien X (Ben 10) is a reality warper.
The Collector (Marvel) experiences a little reality warping in Thanos Quest #2.
God (Savage Dragon)
The Miracle Mitten is a pastiche of the Infinity Gauntlet (Marvel) in Archie #655.
Supergirl (DC) fights Mr. Mxyzptlk (DC) on a cosmic scale in Supergirl – Cosmic Adventures in the 8th Grade.
God is going to shut down the Macroverse in Supernaut #1 (215 Ink).
Great Gaz00 (Flintstones) may be powerful but like many reality warpers belongs to a community and therefore still has a boss in Great Gazoo #19 (Charlton).
Alan Moore’s Supreme is a parody of Superman. Szazs in turn is an homage to Mister Mxyzptlk complete with the trope of being tricked back to his dimension through the intelligence of the hero rather than through the use of super powers. There is a reference to Nite-Mite who is obviously a parody of Bat-Mite. Qyrk is a parody of Qwsp. There is an unnamed reality warper that is dressed like Adam Strange although there is no such imp that we know of in the DC universe.