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#1 Posted by GreenScar1990 (685 posts) - - Show Bio

Godzilla: Rulers of Earth #20

It's Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla for the ultimate rematch... or is it? The Cryog invasion reaches its zenith as new monsters attack across the globe! What unexpected character will Lucy meet?

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#2 Posted by GreenScar1990 (685 posts) - - Show Bio

Oh, this looks cool... Not really. This could be good, or it could be really, really bad. I'm honestly not in favor of this at all, but I guess we have no choice but to wait and see what will happen.

#3 Posted by GreenScar1990 (685 posts) - - Show Bio

Godzilla: Rulers of the Earth #17

Government experiments with new forms of energy bring unintended consequences... in the form of SpaceGodzilla!!! Before he returns to Earth, he'll have to do battle with an unexpected foe! Meanwhile, Godzilla has his hands full with a monster he's never fought before!

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#4 Posted by GreenScar1990 (685 posts) - - Show Bio

Godzilla: Rulers of the Earth #16

Godzilla faces his deadliest opponent yet! The endgame of the series' most conniving villain reaches its zenith! Will Godzilla be able to survive? Will the Earth want him to? The stunning climax of this four-part story arch is here!

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#5 Edited by GreenScar1990 (685 posts) - - Show Bio

Godzilla: Rulers of Earth #15

Mecha-Godzilla madness abounds! A new villain makes his sinister plans known! But what mysterious allies will aid him? The answers may shock you!

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#6 Posted by GreenScar1990 (685 posts) - - Show Bio

GODZILLA: RULERS OF EARTH #14

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#7 Posted by GreenScar1990 (685 posts) - - Show Bio

Godzilla: Rulers of Earth #19

Battle comes to Earth like never before! Humanity struggles to withstand the outer space onslaught! What will be the fate of the inhabitants of Monster Islands once it comes under attack?

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#8 Posted by GreenScar1990 (685 posts) - - Show Bio

Red Hulk.

People tend to forget what a powerhouse he is, even without his absorption abilities. I mean, Red Hulk was created with a portion of the vast cosmic & gamma energy siphoned from World-Breaker Hulk (who was still greatly holding back, might I add) during the climax of WWH. People also tend to consider him defeating Savage Hulk, OdinForce Thor, the Lady Liberators, Silver Surfer, Terrax, and others to be purely PIS. Kind of ironic if you consider all the feats Superman are acknowledged and accepted while Loeb was writing him without question or argument.

Anyway, with or without his absorption powers, Red Hulk is simply too much for Aquaman to defeat by himself. If you'd add in the rest of the Justice League, he'd have a shot, but then it'd still be a very long and brutal fight. He may not be the true Hulk (and the Strongest One of All), but Rulk isn't a pushover.

#9 Posted by GreenScar1990 (685 posts) - - Show Bio

@theincrediblesuperhulk8642 said:

@underdogsupporter said:

@theincrediblesuperhulk8642: The Vine has a bad habit have using pre-determined power levels to justify who beats who, which isn't exactly a fair comparison. Hulk has what it takes to beat any of the guys you've mentioned above even if he loses more often than not, putting Hulk down is by no means a walk in the park and definitely not a stomp.

The advantages they have over him is just flight, speed, versatility etc and Hulk is no stranger to taking on such opponents as his comic history demonstrates. He has the necessary power to put them down in the long run, the necessary speed to keep up or stay ahead plus he has the necessary endurance to show that keeping him down wouldn't be a piece of cake.

Don't worry he has what it takes to beat them I agree and of course they dont stomp him...but he is out of his league dealing with some of these characters.

I disagree Alot of them physically are near his level. Strength and Reslience wont get you far when thats all you have s has been proven with Superman vs Doomsday since the DOS story arc. Superman learned that physically DD might have a slight edge but with all of his other power DD stands no chance. As shown in Superman vol 2 #175 the 100th issue anniversary of the DOS. if alot of these charaers really wanted to the fight could end before it starts via energy drain, blitz, telepathic lockdown, bfr, KO etc i they were in that bloodlusted mindset some of them HUlk wouldn't even be able to see.

I dont want to continue this further as i's pointless. I agree Hulk is a physical beast and has what it takes to hang with alot of those characters but he is not on their level. Hes a top tier Brick, Powerhouse, Tank etc but not Herald Level end of story.

Peace brah :)

You saying "end of story" is a meaningless statement. When Hulk has proven to defeat many of those on your list as well as win in CAV's against some he never fought in comics. I dunno what your arbitrary idea of a herald level character is, but casually destroying planets and it's adjacent moons without even trying to puts Hulk in that category IMO, especially seeing as it's a better feat than what most of the characters from your list have done.

Not to mention killing millions of Mindless Ones, Demons, Trolls, Monsters, Dark Sorceress Umar (a Sky-Father level mystical being), Lord Armageddon (a High-Herald level being who defeated Professor Hulk & Silver Surfer simultaneously, had a rematch with a pissed & blood-lusted Surfer in the same issue and came out unscathed) Bi-Beast & the Original Wendigo (High-End Bricks who fought Savage Hulk & Thor), an amped Fin Fang Foom (who was stated being capable of conquering a planet solo in that) without touching them and threatening to destroy the entire Dark Dimension over & over again for all eternity.

That's Hulk unleashed. :)

#10 Edited by GreenScar1990 (685 posts) - - Show Bio

@fifthchild said:

I agree that this is a very disappointing series so far after all that hype, but did you really expect Hulk to have a good showing against Thanos, because I didn't. Someone who can smile off a full hammer blow from Thor and almost kill the Silver Surfer is not going to be intimidated by the Hulk.

  1. You have just described Rulk - he smiled after taking a killing double handed Mjolnir strike to the face from an Odin-powered Thor and outright killed the Silver Surfer before time was redone. In contrast Thanos was arguably more effected by the shot he took from Thor in Infinity.
  2. Thanos has himself stated (under Starlin) that he is wary of the Hulk because of his dynamic strength.

Preach, bro!

I tired of these Superman & Thor fans always underestimating and low-balling the Hulk.

What I find ironic is that they'll low-ball and ignore Rulk's feats when Loeb was writer, but when Loeb was writing for Superman everything is acknowledged and accepted. Sounds very hypocritical, don't you think?