Well, if we're gonna go apocalyptic, let's bring in someone who could really cause Archanfel problems...the Plutonian from Mark Waid's "Irredeemable"!
Originally the greatest hero of his world, Plutonian, after a series of events, degenerated into its greatest villain. Created by a race of aliens called the Eleos, the aliens became intrigued by the diversity and intensity of human emotions, and crafted a probe using a piece of themselves, to study humans more closely. This probe would eventually become the being called the Plutonian, who initally begins as a Superman-esque character, but after an event which culminates in the death of hundreds of children from an alien virus (of which the Plutonian was involved), he snaps, lobotomizes his partner, and destroys his home of Sky City, killing 3.5 million people in thirty minutes.
The Plutonian's powers are not physical but psionic, enabling him to subconsciously manipulate matter on an atomic level: allowing him to heat or freeze the air, see through objects, fly, render himself virtually indestructible, possess super strength and heightened senses, and make opponents more susceptible to damage. It's been hypothesized that if the Plutonian is made aware of his true abilities he would be able to alter probability, see through time and reverse entropy, concluding "and that's just if he moves from Kindergarten to grade school." After meeting with his Eleos creators, Plutonian's powers are expanded. He gains a sixth digit on each hand like the Eleos, and learns how to alter his density to become intangible, remotely ignite explosions by manipulating quantum matter, negate inertia to the point he can stop Earth's moon rotating, view an individual's history by using their mind as a focal point to see through time, and to detect raw materials within a planet and draw them to the surface by will.
If Archanfel went up against this guy...well, let's just say I'd rather not get too deep into it.