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#1 Edited by BossMan404 (137 posts) - - Show Bio

Cyclops full power optic blast

Supermans Heat vision which split the sea

Master Roshi Kamehameha which completely erased the moon

Thor godblast

Thanos blast which blew back the might Galactus

World War Hulk

#2 Posted by guttridgeb (4832 posts) - - Show Bio

Yes.

#3 Posted by Bo88gdan (4484 posts) - - Show Bio

Yes all of that

#4 Edited by XImpossibruX (5183 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm 7/10 sure that a blast that could completely erase the moon into nothing, can kill Hulk.

It wasn't cracked, or blown to smithereens it was completely erased from a blast.

But God Blast could probably do it.

#5 Posted by TheAcidSkull (18292 posts) - - Show Bio

i'm sure hulk can resist and survive

#6 Posted by Bane_of_sith (2796 posts) - - Show Bio

Yes...I've seen his flesh reduced to almost a skeleton and he survived

#7 Posted by Abirzenith (138 posts) - - Show Bio

Yes he will definitely survive 

#8 Posted by RedLanternSuperman (348 posts) - - Show Bio

If you think a full power heatvision from Superman wouldn't kill Hulk then you have to get off the fanboy train.

Doesn't make it past Superman, and dies to everyone after. Seriously this is ridiculous.

#9 Posted by Maniac2312 (927 posts) - - Show Bio

yes, yes, no, no

#10 Posted by SMDfanboys (158 posts) - - Show Bio

World War Hulk was getting hurt by and pushed back Cyclops optic blast with lens still on.

He would be massacred by Superman, if not then Roshi would put him down.

#11 Posted by Mortein (3146 posts) - - Show Bio

Cyclops full power optic blast -He endures it without trouble

Supermans Heat vision - depends on how long he is exposed to it, I would say he would endure at least 10 seconds.

Master Roshi Kamehameha - he would survive. You would need Namek saga character, PL 50 000+ to kill Hulk, IMO.

Thor godblast - He shouldn't be able to survive this

Thanos blast which blew back the might Galactus - He shouldn't be able to survive this

#12 Posted by BringnIt (3809 posts) - - Show Bio

Thor's unleashed lighting nearly killed him, I'm sure a God Blast would.

#13 Posted by Guardian_of_Gravity (2979 posts) - - Show Bio

Even the most powerful version of Hulk we've seen would get killed by a proper god blast from Thor. Thanos would completely obliterate him.

That said, I'm thinking even grey hulk can withstand anything Cyclops has to offer.

#14 Posted by Spartan101 (2484 posts) - - Show Bio

yeah wwhulks amped to hell on that front,nothing really was hurting him,full blast of human torch,cyclops hits him hard,sentrys heat burning him,zoms blasts,,he could take this imo.

#15 Posted by Guardian_of_Gravity (2979 posts) - - Show Bio

Seriously, why is Cyclops even here? The Jump from Cyclops to Superman is pretty damn gigantic. I'd at least put Godzilla's breath ray between the two.

#16 Posted by AngryHulks (3001 posts) - - Show Bio

About Superman's heat vision, depends on how hot it is during the time he split the ocean. Hulk have endured something similar, but much narrower beam, Gladiator's heat vision, and it was said to be as hot as the Sun. Human Torch's nova blast is far hotter than the surface of the Sun, and Hulk received only mere scratches tanking that, and Gladiator's heat vision is apparently more powerful so I guess he could take Superman's heat vision unless if he is going at full power (in that splash page, that's nowhere near Superman's most powerful, otherwise the evaporation would behave differently).

#17 Posted by RingSlinger (533 posts) - - Show Bio

@RedLanternSuperman said:

If you think a full power heatvision from Superman wouldn't kill Hulk then you have to get off the fanboy train.

Doesn't make it past Superman, and dies to everyone after. Seriously this is ridiculous.

#18 Posted by nickzambuto (14382 posts) - - Show Bio

@XImpossibruX said:

I'm 7/10 sure that a blast that could completely erase the moon into nothing, can kill Hulk.

It wasn't cracked, or blown to smithereens it was completely erased from a blast.

But God Blast could probably do it.

Hulk gets slingshotted into an astroid twice the size of Earth. Guess which one breaks?

I'm pretty positive Hulk has moonbusting durability. Probably planet busting too. His regen is outta this world. The moonbust, godblast, and Thanos attack will all probably KO him, but nothing will kill him.

#19 Posted by AngryHulks (3001 posts) - - Show Bio

@nickzambuto said:

@XImpossibruX said:

I'm 7/10 sure that a blast that could completely erase the moon into nothing, can kill Hulk.

It wasn't cracked, or blown to smithereens it was completely erased from a blast.

But God Blast could probably do it.

Hulk gets slingshotted into an astroid twice the size of Earth. Guess which one breaks?

I'm pretty positive Hulk has moonbusting durability. Probably planet busting too. His regen is outta this world. The moonbust, godblast, and Thanos attack will all probably KO him, but nothing will kill him.

Not to mention he can take his own energy, powerful enough to destroy planet.

#20 Posted by XImpossibruX (5183 posts) - - Show Bio

@nickzambuto: Wasn't that grey Hulk?

#21 Edited by RingSlinger (533 posts) - - Show Bio

@nickzambuto: Hulk may have moonbusting durability but Roshi completely vaporized the moon, not huge chunks floating around, completely gone. Im sure that after Hulk went through that asteroid there were pieces left, a lot of them.

I can understand if you think Supes' heat vision couldnt kill him (it would) but if you think a full power godblast or Thanos's blast couldnt kill him you are sadly mistaken.

#22 Posted by nickzambuto (14382 posts) - - Show Bio

@XImpossibruX said:

@nickzambuto: Wasn't that grey Hulk?

Hulk>>>Gray Hulk

@RingSlinger said:

@nickzambuto: Hulk may have moonbusting durability but Roshi completely vaporized the moon, not huge chunks floating around, completely gone. Im sure that after Hulk went through that asteroid there were pieces left, a lot of them.

I can understand if you think Supes' heat vision couldnt kill him (it would) but if you think a full power godblast or Thanos's blast couldnt kill him you are sadly mistaken.

The astroid was twice as big as Earth, therefore the equivalent of 88 moons. There may have been pieces left, but after Hulk went to it, they were so small that they no longer presented any danger to Earth.

Hulk can take a moonbust, as well as a moonvaporize.

#23 Posted by SMDfanboys (158 posts) - - Show Bio

@nickzambuto said:

@XImpossibruX said:

@nickzambuto: Wasn't that grey Hulk?

Hulk>>>Gray Hulk

@RingSlinger said:

@nickzambuto: Hulk may have moonbusting durability but Roshi completely vaporized the moon, not huge chunks floating around, completely gone. Im sure that after Hulk went through that asteroid there were pieces left, a lot of them.

I can understand if you think Supes' heat vision couldnt kill him (it would) but if you think a full power godblast or Thanos's blast couldnt kill him you are sadly mistaken.

The astroid was twice as big as Earth, therefore the equivalent of 88 moons. There may have been pieces left, but after Hulk went to it, they were so small that they no longer presented any danger to Earth.

Hulk can take a moonbust, as well as a moonvaporize.

>Implying that an busting through an object has the same effect as tanking an energy blast.

>Implying that Hulk has a better durability feats then Grey Hulk

>Implying that Grey Hulk wasn't helped bust through the asteroid in the comic.

#24 Posted by nickzambuto (14382 posts) - - Show Bio

@SMDfanboys said:

@nickzambuto said:

@XImpossibruX said:

@nickzambuto: Wasn't that grey Hulk?

Hulk>>>Gray Hulk

@RingSlinger said:

@nickzambuto: Hulk may have moonbusting durability but Roshi completely vaporized the moon, not huge chunks floating around, completely gone. Im sure that after Hulk went through that asteroid there were pieces left, a lot of them.

I can understand if you think Supes' heat vision couldnt kill him (it would) but if you think a full power godblast or Thanos's blast couldnt kill him you are sadly mistaken.

The astroid was twice as big as Earth, therefore the equivalent of 88 moons. There may have been pieces left, but after Hulk went to it, they were so small that they no longer presented any danger to Earth.

Hulk can take a moonbust, as well as a moonvaporize.

>Implying that an busting through an object has the same effect as tanking an energy blast.

>Implying that Hulk has a better durability feats then Grey Hulk

>Implying that Grey Hulk wasn't helped bust through the asteroid in the comic.

1) It's close enough. The overwhelming size difference between the moon and astroid should be enough evidence.

2) Gray Hulk, otherwise known as Joe Fixit, was a weaker version of Hulk. There's no debating that.

3) He was slingshotted into it, which is my exact point. Rather than going splat, Hulk tore straight through the astroid. It's a durability feat, not a strength one.

#25 Edited by Outside_85 (9915 posts) - - Show Bio

Considering how good Hulks HF is I'd say yes, he will survive it, but it might take some time to regenerate the missing bits.

#26 Posted by RingSlinger (533 posts) - - Show Bio

Can Hulk regenerate his entire head from the neck up if it gets vaporized off? Has he ever been shown to do something like that?

#27 Posted by SMDfanboys (158 posts) - - Show Bio

@nickzambuto said:

@SMDfanboys said:

@nickzambuto said:

@XImpossibruX said:

@nickzambuto: Wasn't that grey Hulk?

Hulk>>>Gray Hulk

@RingSlinger said:

@nickzambuto: Hulk may have moonbusting durability but Roshi completely vaporized the moon, not huge chunks floating around, completely gone. Im sure that after Hulk went through that asteroid there were pieces left, a lot of them.

I can understand if you think Supes' heat vision couldnt kill him (it would) but if you think a full power godblast or Thanos's blast couldnt kill him you are sadly mistaken.

The astroid was twice as big as Earth, therefore the equivalent of 88 moons. There may have been pieces left, but after Hulk went to it, they were so small that they no longer presented any danger to Earth.

Hulk can take a moonbust, as well as a moonvaporize.

>Implying that an busting through an object has the same effect as tanking an energy blast.

>Implying that Hulk has a better durability feats then Grey Hulk

>Implying that Grey Hulk wasn't helped bust through the asteroid in the comic.

1) It's close enough. The overwhelming size difference between the moon and astroid should be enough evidence.

2) Gray Hulk, otherwise known as Joe Fixit, was a weaker version of Hulk. There's no debating that.

3) He was slingshotted into it, which is my exact point. Rather than going splat, Hulk tore straight through the astroid. It's a durability feat, not a strength one.

1) I'm saying en energy blast is different from something physical. Hulk has been known to get wounded by energy blasts, like Gladiators beams.

2) If Grey Hulk is so much weaker, then really nothing should ever even phase regular Hulk. But nevertheless he has been hurt by Cyclops optic blasts, Strange was handling him, been punched from Sentry and was bloody. And all of these moments are not even a fraction of moon busting. If he can bust through 2X Earth, then how is he punched and and bloodied by 100 tonners?

3) Plowing through physical mass =/= getting hit from an energy beam.

#28 Posted by AngryHulks (3001 posts) - - Show Bio

@RingSlinger said:

Can Hulk regenerate his entire head from the neck up if it gets vaporized off? Has he ever been shown to do something like that?

OP didn't specify how long he'll have to endure the blast, if it is just a flash, he'll definitely survived.

Human Torch's nova blast is far hotter than the surface of the Sun, and Hulk barely received any damage from it.

Gladiator's heat vision is so powerful that even he himself got injured by it, and Gladiator have flown through the star before, so the claim that Gladiator's heat vision is "hotter than the core of the Sun" is valid. Guess what? Hulk endure through it to the point he even reflect the beam back into himself.

He even survived Galactus' eye blast, though it might be a warning shot, but that's still impressive.

He survived his own planet-busting worth of energy, and that's pure kinetic energy, in form of both heat and concussion. To destroy Earth-sized planet, you need energy equivalent to what the Sun produced in a week, the planet Hulk is destroying is smaller, but still quadrillion of times more powerful than combined nuclear arsenal (you can check that on science article).

#29 Posted by God_Spawn (38232 posts) - - Show Bio

We've already seen what happens with Cyclops.

Superman could.

Roshi, I don't think so.

Godblast kills Hulk.

Thanos could kill him but that blast to Galactus wasn't all that great.

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#30 Posted by nickzambuto (14382 posts) - - Show Bio

@SMDfanboys said:

@nickzambuto said:

@SMDfanboys said:

@nickzambuto said:

@XImpossibruX said:

@nickzambuto: Wasn't that grey Hulk?

Hulk>>>Gray Hulk

@RingSlinger said:

@nickzambuto: Hulk may have moonbusting durability but Roshi completely vaporized the moon, not huge chunks floating around, completely gone. Im sure that after Hulk went through that asteroid there were pieces left, a lot of them.

I can understand if you think Supes' heat vision couldnt kill him (it would) but if you think a full power godblast or Thanos's blast couldnt kill him you are sadly mistaken.

The astroid was twice as big as Earth, therefore the equivalent of 88 moons. There may have been pieces left, but after Hulk went to it, they were so small that they no longer presented any danger to Earth.

Hulk can take a moonbust, as well as a moonvaporize.

>Implying that an busting through an object has the same effect as tanking an energy blast.

>Implying that Hulk has a better durability feats then Grey Hulk

>Implying that Grey Hulk wasn't helped bust through the asteroid in the comic.

1) It's close enough. The overwhelming size difference between the moon and astroid should be enough evidence.

2) Gray Hulk, otherwise known as Joe Fixit, was a weaker version of Hulk. There's no debating that.

3) He was slingshotted into it, which is my exact point. Rather than going splat, Hulk tore straight through the astroid. It's a durability feat, not a strength one.

1) I'm saying en energy blast is different from something physical. Hulk has been known to get wounded by energy blasts, like Gladiators beams.

2) If Grey Hulk is so much weaker, then really nothing should ever even phase regular Hulk. But nevertheless he has been hurt by Cyclops optic blasts, Strange was handling him, been punched from Sentry and was bloody. And all of these moments are not even a fraction of moon busting. If he can bust through 2X Earth, then how is he punched and and bloodied by 100 tonners?

3) Plowing through physical mass =/= getting hit from an energy beam.

1) Gladiator's beams>Master Roshi's Kamehameha

2) 100 tonner doesn't mean 100 tons is their limit, it just means that's the least amount if weight they can press to fit in the class. Sentry is a 100 tonner, but his limit is several billion tons.

3) A Kamehameha doesn't have heat or anything, it is physical force, sometimes with an explosion. Said explosion was powerful enough to destroy the moon, but Hulk has taken far worse hits than moonbusting.

#31 Posted by Outside_85 (9915 posts) - - Show Bio

@RingSlinger said:

Can Hulk regenerate his entire head from the neck up if it gets vaporized off? Has he ever been shown to do something like that?

Well lets turn it around and point out no one has ever been able to do that to him, so far.

#32 Posted by SMDfanboys (158 posts) - - Show Bio

@god_spawn said:

Cyclops is a tool.

Superman not even close.

Roshi, 4/10 probably not.

Godblast obliterates Hulk.

Thanos could kill him with that blast to Galactus.

*fixed.

#33 Posted by SMDfanboys (158 posts) - - Show Bio

@nickzambuto: The Kamehameha is energy, a concussive force that is very much different then a punc or a kick. A punch or a kick doesn't vaporize something.

But even if, when has Hulk (Excluding Grey Hulk) taken a concussive force that is equivalent to Moonbusting.

#34 Posted by God_Spawn (38232 posts) - - Show Bio

@SMDfanboys said:

@god_spawn said:

Cyclops is a tool.

Superman not even close.

Roshi, 4/10 probably not.

Godblast obliterates Hulk.

Thanos could kill him with that blast to Galactus.

*fixed.

Wrong.

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#35 Posted by nickzambuto (14382 posts) - - Show Bio

@SMDfanboys said:

@god_spawn said:

Cyclops is a tool.

Superman not even close.

Roshi, 4/10 probably not.

Godblast KOs Hulk.

Thanos could kill him with that blast to Galactus.

*fixed.

*fixed

#36 Posted by The Stegman (25488 posts) - - Show Bio

*sigh* yes...cause Hulk is strongest there is..blah blah blah

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#37 Posted by CerberusPrime3k (950 posts) - - Show Bio

1.Yes

2.Yes

3.Yes

4.No

5.No

#38 Posted by PokemonDefender (237 posts) - - Show Bio

My face when,

no Hulk fan wants to admit Hulk would be solo'd by an early Dragon Ball character.

#39 Posted by TifaLockhart (14117 posts) - - Show Bio

IIRC, that's not Superman's heatvision. That was an Imperiex Probe's explosion that seemingly killed Aquaman. I could be wrong though.

@nickzambuto: On the flipside, the asteroid busting was an absolute high-end feat. Hulk's been dropped by far less.

Also, I thought Earth was 6 times the size of its moon?

#40 Posted by nickzambuto (14382 posts) - - Show Bio

@The_Last_Son_of_Czarnia said:

@nickzambuto: On the flipside, the asteroid busting was an absolute high-end feat. Hulk's been dropped by far less.

Also, I thought Earth was 6 times the size of its moon?

The moon can fit inside the Earth 49 times.

@PokemonDefender said:

My face when,

no Hulk fan wants to admit Hulk would be solo'd by an early Dragon Ball character.

Master Roshi is arguable. I doubt anything from Roshi less than a moonbust will phase Hulk, and since Roshi can only do one moonbust before being drained, he really can't win.

King Piccolo is probably the first Dragon Ball character who can beat Hulk.

#41 Posted by TifaLockhart (14117 posts) - - Show Bio

@nickzambuto: It seems you are correct.

Still, I doubt being undamaged from a collision with an asteroid twice the size of Earth is normal for Hulk. It counts, sure, but it'd be like if I claimed Sephiroth was a solar system-buster based on one feat.

#42 Posted by Guardian_Prime (247 posts) - - Show Bio

Everything but Master Roshi's kamehameha and Thanos IG blast...

#43 Posted by solesamurai (591 posts) - - Show Bio

@Guardian_Prime said:

Everything but Master Roshi's kamehameha and Thanos IG blast...

It's funny because Roshi and Thanos are IMO in the top 3 for best chance to kill him...

#44 Posted by Guardian_Prime (247 posts) - - Show Bio

@solesamurai: Haha yeah man. Hulk is a great character and I know a lot about him and what he can take... Doubt he can take those blasts.

#45 Posted by YourNeighborhoodComicGeek (20425 posts) - - Show Bio

Hulk survives this. He may be knocked out from some of these, but he'd eventually heal himself back.

#46 Posted by PokemonDefender (237 posts) - - Show Bio

@YourNeighborhoodComicGeek said:

Hulk survives this. He may be knocked out from some of these, but he'd eventually heal himself back.

Thanos would tear him apart though.

#47 Edited by TheAcidSkull (18292 posts) - - Show Bio

@PokemonDefender said:

@YourNeighborhoodComicGeek said:

Hulk survives this. He may be knocked out from some of these, but he'd eventually heal himself back.

Thanos would tear him apart though.

i don;t know, thanos can beat hulk in a stomp but killing the hulk is no easy task, it might take hulk time, but he will eventually heal

#48 Posted by RingSlinger (533 posts) - - Show Bio

@TheAcidSkull: Again, what happens when Thanos blasts Hulk in the face until everything above the neck is gone, how will he regenerate then?

#49 Posted by TheAcidSkull (18292 posts) - - Show Bio

@RingSlinger said:

@TheAcidSkull: Again, what happens when Thanos blasts Hulk in the face until everything above the neck is gone, how will he regenerate then?

don't know, probably , but it'l probably take forever

#50 Edited by RingSlinger (533 posts) - - Show Bio

@TheAcidSkull: I doubt Hulk can completely regenerate his head and brain from just a neck hole and nothing else.