@adamtrmm: To be upfront, I can't judge, just inquire, since factors such as variation(as controversial as it may be) different versions of the same character are treated as alternate, all the same. Many would claim it to be inconsistent with(regular) Thor. Once again; I cannot comment in that regard.
I can sympathize with that notion. But at the same time we must abide what a character has EXPLICITLY demonstrated as far as they are capable of of. Like it or not, a theoretical basis of power only muddles things. Implications aren't 'non-factors', but they don't carry the weight of actual showings(as designated).
I'm not certain myself, but I think Black-Bolt was amped(or equipped with extracurricular technology to compliment his scream) as it addresses his "reality rendering" feat.
So far to his supposed "telepathy", it's just that; backed by circumstance. As I myself often use for example, the case of Starbreaker; Martian-Manhunter(disguised as Bloodwynd) infiltrated his mind, to a certain extent. After the former regained consciousness, he expelled the latter. Starbreaker has no telepathy to his credit(by formal definition, or otherwise).
Could you argue a case, in that context, that Apocalypse was simply beyond her(Hope's) power to influence?
But I can't argue one way, or the other whether that's credible. But I can say it hasn't a bearing in this match, for previously outlined reasons(specifically because Hulk doesn't have any telepathy, haha).
I agree. Unfortunately it's easier to attest to the protagonists' feats than their opposition(as is often the case in storylines)(where we can only abide illustration and narration to the power shown).
By the way, I'd like to commend you for your impartial honesty.