Since I don't consider Jesus the Messiah and and the ancient Bible to be fiction I would have to say Superman , Green Lantern , Hulk or Dave Bowman as the StarChild at the end of 2001 . If he's even still considered Human , I don't know?
Simon from Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann. In this universe humans can create a form of energy called Spiral Energy. 'It's implied that Simons spiral power is infinate in the movie. He can also create matter out of nothing (defying the law of mass-energy conservation), as he occasionally uses his spiral energy (created from his will alone) to create new and exponentially larger versions of his Gurren Lagann mecha later in the series, by which point he creates weapons larger than most galaxies (or in the second Gurren Lagann film, weapons that are almost the size of a universe). Later in the series, it shows him having powers on a multi-dimensional scale that can distort the spacetime continuum, while the epilogue also shows that Simon alone has the metaphysical ability to extend anyone's life and revive everyone back from the dead, but he refuses to do so in order to avoid a possible 'Spiral Nemesis', and compares him to a 'God', implying that he may have acquired omnipotence.'
He's just a normal human with unlimited willpower and a badass coat.
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Pre-Retcon Beyonder and World's Funnest Mxyzptlk, two characters who either rival or surpass each other (which surpasses the other has been a topic of very great debate, although, IMO, it's Mxy) as probably the most powerful fictional characters ever created
It took him six days to create the world that we would come to know. He took a whole day of to rest. I'm confident there are better examples out there, but good try. God in all his glory, but he has displayed many flaws.
Pre-Retcon Beyonder is actually a better candidate.
Unfamiliar with said character, quick recon indicates inhuman origin, and that his story might just as wel could have been written by a bunch of 6 year olds.
No offence, I might be completely wrong by lack of knowledge