Quote:Well, first off, comparing Marvel to DC is like comparing apples and oranges. DC has a completely different philosophy about physics and how top characters are treated. This is why we really can't compare characters between the two universes. In the DC, Hulk would be more comparable to Doomsday, and in Marvel, Superman would be more comparable to Gladiator (not Sentry).
Quote:As to the MCU, I absolutely agree with your accessment of the fight between Abomination and Hulk. Like my brother told me, the Hulk struggled to pick up a Humvee, and that's just ridiculous. As to AOU, yes that battle was screwed up - when the Hulk has his tooth knocked out and rages, Iron Man should have been shredded. Instead the madder/stronger part did not really kick in. Hulk was groggy from the mind control, which is the only explanation to be koed. Thor: Ragnarok brought us the closest version of the Hulk to the comic book version. Again, the madder/stronger part of his power was not shown. But what was shown was a Hulk that took everything and kept getting up. And no, he did not lose that fight. It was still a toss up, when the Grandmaster got involved.
LMAO at the computer screen.
It really hurt you Hulk fans that he was getting his @$$ handed to him by a hammerless Thor, eh?
Too bad; deal with it.
Keep hope alive----
As long as Hulk Avengers 1 & 2 movies exist along with a half dozen comics or so, do you really want to go there bragging over an inclusive battle where the star character is shown at his peak levels with newly shown powers vs the other character who is handicapped by showing none of his abilities in a backup role? Most Hulk fans know the history of the two, so I don’t think they’re worried too much.