Catastrophe is renowned for being the most powerful and dangerous villain in the universe. However, Horace Diaz split him into two separate beings named Wallace and Clyde when he split Catastrophe's Dyad of Nebulon in half. Wallace and Clyde already possessed the one half of the Dyad and were seeking the second one to turn back into Catastrophe. However, in There's a Storm Coming Alan Diaz destroyed the Dyad of Nebulon, making Catastrophe a thing of the past.
- Supernatural Strength - He is incredibly strong. He was still strong enough to resist the guards even though his powers were disabled.
- Supernatural Speed - He is supernaturally fast.
- Invulnerability - He is not able to be physically harmed. He is still shown to be tough even though his powers were neutralized for a few minutes.
- Disintegration - As his two halves (Wallace and Clyde) he is able to disenigrate things.
- Energy Absorption - He was able to absorb the power lasers from the blast.
- Wallace and Clyde: A Grand Day Out (mentioned)
- He is so powerful that even other villains fear him. Megahertz and Experion stopped fighting and stared in wide-eyed disbelief when they saw Catastrophe enter.
- Despite being the most powerful villain in the universe, he was defeated relatively easily. Alan was able to defeat him in under ten seconds.
- The shoulder plates of his costume show Wallace and Clyde's symbols.
- As Alan destroyed the Diad of Nebulon in his first and only appearance, Wallace and Clyde can no longer turn into Catastrophe.
- He is one of the few characters in the series to die.
- Technically, Wallace and Clyde, the two beings who turned into Catastrophe, still are alive.