HULK VS THOR!! The Greatest Write Up on The Greatest Slugfest!!

#1 Posted by Mego_Stretch_Hulk (209 posts) - - Show Bio
#2 Posted by vidarrodinson (137 posts) - - Show Bio

This is very good stuff.  I enjoyed reading this post.  Thor and the Hulk are The Main Event.  Keep up the good work.
#3 Posted by Mego_Stretch_Hulk (209 posts) - - Show Bio

Thanks!! Hulk and Thor will always be the main event!!

#4 Posted by TheGoldenOne (38849 posts) - - Show Bio
@Mego_Stretch_Hulk: You wrote that?
#5 Posted by Mego_Stretch_Hulk (209 posts) - - Show Bio

@TheGoldenOne said:

@Mego_Stretch_Hulk: You wrote that?

BANG!!!

#6 Posted by PowerHerc (81623 posts) - - Show Bio

What an awesome piece of research. An obvious labor of love.

I, too, think Thor is overall the most powerful Marvel superhero and should, with his weapon and elemental powers combined with his own Hulk-level strength, always be able to defeat the Hulk. In strength alone, however, I rank Thor lower than the Hulk, Sentry, Hercules, Gladiator and the Juggernaut. If and/or when Thor battles these or any other characters of comparative strength, he often gives up his overall power advantage and chooses instead to battle using only strength, stamina, durability and skill to keep the battle fair as a manner of honor.

#7 Posted by Mego_Stretch_Hulk (209 posts) - - Show Bio

@PowerHerc said:

What an awesome piece of research. An obvious labor of love.

I, too, think Thor is overall the most powerful Marvel superhero and should, with his weapon and elemental powers combined with his own Hulk-level strength, always be able to defeat the Hulk. In strength alone, however, I rank Thor lower than the Hulk, Sentry, Hercules, Gladiator and the Juggernaut. If and/or when Thor battles these or any other characters of comparative strength, he often gives up his overall power advantage and chooses instead to battle using only strength, stamina, durability and skill to keep the battle fair as a manner of honor.

Thanks!!

#8 Posted by TheLeader (70 posts) - - Show Bio

I just signed up, found this, and can't believe it. It is sooo awesome.

I am a Marvel comics collector of over twenty years, I can put some sense to the debate between these two behemoths and through the eyes of not just a fan but also a thinker.... Mego_Stretch_Hulk!

From a real fan

#9 Posted by Deadcool (6809 posts) - - Show Bio

I didn't read the whole thing, I just read the Ultimates Part, and there is a couple of mistakes there =P...

#10 Posted by TheLeader (70 posts) - - Show Bio

@Deadcool said:

I didn't read the whole thing, I just read the Ultimates Part, and there is a couple of mistakes there =P...

Dude, stop trolling. When you read an artie, to give a true account, you have to read it from start to end.

Also, if you are going to state errors, you have to cite them, or again, you are furthering your troll form. Being Ulik in real life is not cool...

#11 Posted by Deadcool (6809 posts) - - Show Bio

@TheLeader: Trolling? Read the damn part!!!

If you have you read the Ultimates Volume 1 you would know what is wrong there, but if you insist

THE ULTIMATES #5 (2002)

After injecting the Super-Soldier serum into his veins, Bruce Banner turned into the Hulk, but not like the original Hulk. This Hulk is angrier, hungrier, and hornier then ever before. Now The Ultimates set out to find and stop this crazed beast. As The Hulk searches for his ex-girlfriend, Betty, The Ultimates attack! They have a huge battle all over the city with no hope of stopping this Hulk. Then comes the cavalry as a lighting storm pours down that throws The Hulk blocks away. The beast starts to gets up as Thor smashes into him, but it still doesn't stop the monster. The Hulk will then throw Thor down a few streets, only leading to Cap's next plan, which is to use Betty as bait that eventually works in calming down The Hulk and changes him back into Banner who Cap will kick in the face and knock him out cold.

That NEVER happened in the issue, Wasp was the one defeated Hulk, she went to Hulk's frontal lobes and turned him into Banner, then the Cap kicked him in the face, that was an important mistake, but that proves that the dude never read the issue, if he has a mistake like this in just a paragraph, maybe this guy need to read the issue intead copy and pasting something that he gor from a random webpage (I said random because he didn't posted the source).

If you ever call me TROLL again without proves I will flag you.

#12 Posted by Mego_Stretch_Hulk (209 posts) - - Show Bio
#13 Posted by Mego_Stretch_Hulk (209 posts) - - Show Bio

All still a classic...

#14 Posted by Malevolent1 (1072 posts) - - Show Bio

Wow. Very well thought out and very objectively written. Nice job!!

Very insightful for anyone who wants the real history of endless controversy over who is stronger (or more powerful). Stan did create Thor to be the strongest and most powerful. As mentioned, popularity and different writers/editors perspectives changed all that over time.

Sad. Thor WAS intented to be Stan's definitive answer to Superman (and one up to the Hulk).

#15 Posted by Watcherg6 (263 posts) - - Show Bio

@Malevolent1: Really?

#16 Posted by Mego_Stretch_Hulk (209 posts) - - Show Bio

Will this controversy ever end?

#17 Posted by samuel_larson_10 (283 posts) - - Show Bio

very good article, I like how neither were underated

#18 Posted by Mego_Stretch_Hulk (209 posts) - - Show Bio

Absolutely. I just write the truth and fanboys have to take it as they may.

#19 Posted by Thundergoose84 (18 posts) - - Show Bio

have you considered writing up anything about the exchange they had in the Ultimate Comics: Ultimates #12? it was short and not a one on one fight, but it's still an encounter between the two

#20 Posted by evilvegeta74 (4521 posts) - - Show Bio

nice!

#21 Posted by Mego_Stretch_Hulk (209 posts) - - Show Bio

It's all for the glory!!

#22 Posted by cmartin (345 posts) - - Show Bio

dont agree with some of those descisions

#23 Posted by antinatalistaggie (32 posts) - - Show Bio

Thor's greatest feat of strength (from one of the weakest lifting positions according to body mechanics); lifting a constricted Midgard Serpent off of earth, requiring a total force of over 105.4 sextillion tons!

Hulk's greatest feat of strength, holding up (not lifting) a mountain weighing 150 billion tons.

Contest? Hardly.

Thor should win this easy,

#24 Posted by THORSON (2317 posts) - - Show Bio

i love this rivalry, no matter who wins. if hulk only won or if thor only won, then it wouldn't be a rivalry.

but the hulk fanboys really ruin it with their immaturity and stupidity.

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