What is the incredible hulks strongest feats

#1 Posted by CuDi314 (16 posts) - - Show Bio

I think one of them from the books I have is when he held up the 150 billion ton mountain but I know he has a lot of impressive feats so share what you think is his strongest or your favorite

#2 Posted by ImTheDamnBatman (3548 posts) - - Show Bio

Holding a planet together.

#3 Posted by CuDi314 (16 posts) - - Show Bio

Oh yeah when the red king was trying to break the plates of sakaar he jumped into the lava and burnt his skin off but still held them was that your favorite or your favorite

#4 Posted by God_Spawn (38107 posts) - - Show Bio

@ImTheDamnBatman said:

Holding a planet together.

He held the tectonic plates together, not the planet. The former is not as impressive if he did the latter.

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#5 Posted by ImTheDamnBatman (3548 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't read Hulk, I've just seen the scan. My bad.

#6 Posted by Night Thrasher (3698 posts) - - Show Bio

@god_spawn said:

@ImTheDamnBatman said:

Holding a planet together.

He held the tectonic plates together, not the planet. The former is not as impressive if he did the latter.

The estimated weight of a tectonic plate is still 40,678,242,000,000,000,000,000 kg or 100 sextillion lbs!

#7 Edited by Takao0815 (107 posts) - - Show Bio

@CuDi314: BannerHulk largest power capacity was 150 billion tons of mountain.

Gravage Hulk's greatest achievement was surpassed by 2.7 times 10 ^ 33 joule = kinetic energy of the earth.

(This is more than 10 times as much as you use to grind the earth to dust. And should not such little things as the move of the earth be confused. Smashed not even with the power of the earth. As can already 428 times 10 ^ 18 Joule rich.)

As began the worldbreaker banners spirit seem to dissolve (not confirmed) his shots to reach 1.23 times 10 ^ 60 joules.

However, Mindless Hulk's greatest feat was to propagate concussive energy through infinite dimensions by the impact of the collision with the Ironclad (entire dimensions, not multiverse planets. Firstly, the writer Describes dimensions and where there are planets there are so dimensions, since every planet is situated in their dimensions Therefore to send concussive force to planets propitiates to transmit concussive energy to dimensions and their multitudes of astronomical entities Secondly, there are countless dimensions without planets:.. Universes in the beginning of formation, universes where equal quantities of matter and antimatter were produced and generated only radiation, etc. Besides, there are literally infinite inter-branched parallel universes in the entire Omniverse. Therefore the postulate that suggests that only planets received the entire energy is probabilistically equal to zero. The force would encompass a strictly infinite number of dimensions with the volume of our observable universe, specifically in the close proximity of the impact. Finally, the few planets shown were just examples of what occurred inside the dimensions. The same argument is applied for the premise that they were sub-sections of the main universe, just replacing the word "planet" for "sub-dimension" and the word "dimension" for "universe." It is important to notice that the U-Foes's powers were vastly augmented while on Earth so that vectors repelled reality itself And Transported them to Crossroads.)

#8 Posted by Fifthchild (618 posts) - - Show Bio

@god_spawn said:

@ImTheDamnBatman said:

Holding a planet together.

He held the tectonic plates together, not the planet. The former is not as impressive if he did the latter.

Its pretty unlikely that you could move any two tectonic plates without moving most/all others - it would be like moving two jigsaw pieces that are connected to two different halves of a jigsaw puzzle. The text implied that he indeed pulled the planet together and "unbroke the world".

#9 Posted by TheAcidSkull (18032 posts) - - Show Bio

@god_spawn said:

@ImTheDamnBatman said:

Holding a planet together.

He held the tectonic plates together, not the planet. The former is not as impressive if he did the latter.

it kind of was impressive, the planet was held physically, and sakaar is bigger than the earth. and hulk was still not back to full strength.

#10 Posted by God_Spawn (38107 posts) - - Show Bio

@TheAcidSkull: The feat is impressive. I was just pointing out that there is a difference between holding the planet together vs the tectonic plates. I'm not trying to take away anything from it at all. I'm just making sure that the correct context is given.

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#11 Posted by God_Spawn (38107 posts) - - Show Bio

@Fifthchild said:

@god_spawn said:

@ImTheDamnBatman said:

Holding a planet together.

He held the tectonic plates together, not the planet. The former is not as impressive if he did the latter.

Its pretty unlikely that you could move any two tectonic plates without moving most/all others - it would be like moving two jigsaw pieces that are connected to two different halves of a jigsaw puzzle. The text implied that he indeed pulled the planet together and "unbroke the world".

But he didn't hold the planet together so your point is irrelevant.

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#12 Posted by Fifthchild (618 posts) - - Show Bio

@god_spawn said:

@Fifthchild said:

@god_spawn said:

@ImTheDamnBatman said:

Holding a planet together.

He held the tectonic plates together, not the planet. The former is not as impressive if he did the latter.

Its pretty unlikely that you could move any two tectonic plates without moving most/all others - it would be like moving two jigsaw pieces that are connected to two different halves of a jigsaw puzzle. The text implied that he indeed pulled the planet together and "unbroke the world".

But he didn't hold the planet together so your point is irrelevant.

As i was pointing out - theres good reason to think that he did more or less hold the planet together for the reasons stated. And the scene pretty much implied that he did. So - kinda relevant.

#13 Posted by WHAT_DiiCK (195 posts) - - Show Bio

Becoming a herald of Galactus if you count that as A feat

#14 Edited by Fifthchild (618 posts) - - Show Bio

@god_spawn said:

@ImTheDamnBatman said:

Holding a planet together.

He held the tectonic plates together, not the planet. The former is not as impressive if he did the latter.

The book doesnt say anything about tectonic plates. It says he held the planet together. You could argue that thats completely unrealistic but so is grabbing onto a couple of tectonic plates with your hands and having them move without the rock just crumbling in your grip. Besides its not like you could probably move two tectonic plates without moving most others either - they fit together more like jigsaw pieces than tiles which slide frictionlessly past each other. So if you really want to get into it - yeah he still probably "pulled the planet together" or most of it at any rate.

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-_- ...that will teach me to just open a topic and respond off the cuff without reading it. Totally forgot i already said pretty much the exact same thing 6 months ago.

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