I know its non canon, but Wade having Pym particles in Deathstroke Kills the Marvel Universe was funny.
Makes you wonder where guys like him and Castle get their stuff. No way Pym, Stark, or T'challa would allow their tech to reach the black market, so there's an untold story of a dealer/mole waiting to be told.
I mean, imagine if everyone and their mother had Bat Tech, or Nth metal, or a Mother Box. It ain't happening.
I'm not 100% convinced Klaw's weapon alone wouldn't be enough to handle Vader. I seem to recall even the first time I read of Klaw in Secret Wars that he had the ability to create sound constructs with his hand blaster. There Klaw needed a portion of Doom's stolen Beyonder-power to make the constructs real.
It seems that might have been a demotion from how formidable the blaster constructs were originally intended to be. Imagine how surprised I was to see what Klaw could do, and did, in his first known appearance:
As I've said before in numerous threads, and proved to some extent with the first Black Panther versus Klaw showing in Fantastic Four #53 above, sonics in comicdom are a very special class of weaponry. Klaw's device(s) alone wrecked a building under construction, the super-powered Wrecking Crew, and the Human Torch and Ben, all of which you can see from earlier in this thread.
I think Klaw's tech all by itself, which Punisher was already shown having and using, would be sufficient, but I wanted to make people aware of just how durable an opponent sonics can take down in the MCU:
Inasmuch as I believe sonics in their various shapes and forms have an almost unparalleled rate of success in the comic world, I would be remiss if I did not say on rare occasion, and especially recently, I HAVE come across instances where they either failed or were dealt with in such a way that good tech or prep or foresight were able to neutralize them.
Foremost on my mind is the following instance, taken from the relatively short-lived "Superior Iron Man" title: