Hulk Vs Abbadon

Hulk Vs Abbadon (Warhammer 40K)

Epic match defined.

I’m just gonna sit back and watch the fireworks.

Who wins?

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124 Comments on "Hulk Vs Abbadon"

  1. Locutus April 18, 2009 at 2:39 am -      #1

    I…I…I DON’T KNOW. TOO MUCH POWAAAA!

    *curls up into fetal position and cries self to sleep*

  2. El Zilcho April 18, 2009 at 3:28 am -      #2

    I could be mistaken, but I’m going to through in my support for the Hulk, due to the almost infinite potential of his strength, durability and regenerative ability. Abbadon may start out with the advantage, but it will eventually swing towards the Hulk.

  3. Matapiojo April 18, 2009 at 6:57 am -      #3

    AAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGGGGG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    *faints*

  4. Baron Somebody April 18, 2009 at 11:48 am -      #4

    Abbadon finally gets what he deserves

  5. AlphaCommando April 18, 2009 at 12:25 pm -      #5

    One who has the blessing of all four chaos gods and is arguably the most powerful individual of Warhammer 40K (which is saying alot) versus a being of possibly infinite power?

    I think Mata wrapped up my thoughts…

  6. PaPPa JUDAS April 18, 2009 at 1:51 pm -      #6

    Hulk smash puny Despoiler

  7. Vavle April 18, 2009 at 4:07 pm -      #7

    “Hulk smash puny Despoiler”
    No.

    im to lazy to whrite, took this from w40k wiki:
    “Abaddon is possibly the most powerful special character in the Warhammer 40,000 tabletop game. The character of Abaddon is written as a powerful warrior of immense strength and skill. In his left hand he carries the daemon sword Drach’nyen. Drach’nyen was powerful enough to destroy a Space Marine Land Raider and flay the souls from those it struck with a single touch”

    This is lika amped gore child that can flay souls.

  8. sangheli_special_ops_elite April 18, 2009 at 6:47 pm -      #8

    bloodthirster=hulk

    kharn

    abbadon

  9. EnigmaJ April 18, 2009 at 6:48 pm -      #9

    Yea, if that thing can actually flay souls, then Hulk is screwed

    I dont think Hulk has any defenses against that…

  10. Locutus April 18, 2009 at 7:24 pm -      #10

    The question is how would the Warp abilites and weapons that Abbadon uses, such as the Daemon sword Drach’nyen, effect the Hulk? Can the Hulk recover from being hit with a Daemon weapon that has probably flayed millions of souls? Can he survive the mental and physical attacks from one of the most powerful pyskers in the entire 40k galaxy?

    If I had to choose right now, I would go with Abbadon. It would be an epic fight.

  11. Thepocalypse April 18, 2009 at 7:42 pm -      #11

    I CAN’T TYPE! MY HEAD EXPLODED!

  12. Space marine April 18, 2009 at 10:40 pm -      #12

    I CAN’T TYPE! MY HEAD EXPLODED!

    ME TOO!!!!

  13. Marche April 18, 2009 at 10:46 pm -      #13

    physical im sure he can survive,considering the Hulk is famous for taking punishment(and giving it back ten-fold) but mental attacks are up for debate.

  14. L-W April 18, 2009 at 11:05 pm -      #14

    What happens when an irresistible force meets an immovable object?

    Nothing. The collision of infinite mass and energy with a force of divine immaterial power would cause such a paradox, that the laws of physics would willingly fold upon themselves.

  15. Thepocalypse April 19, 2009 at 8:38 am -      #15

    “but mental attacks are up for debate.”
    Hulk has shown himself to be immune to nearly all psychic abilities.

  16. PaPPa JUDAS April 19, 2009 at 12:01 pm -      #16

    Hmmm Soul flaying thats a tough one however should Hulk manage to avoid that fate he will likely reach a piont were he rips Abadoon in half with his bare hands

  17. Locutus April 19, 2009 at 6:58 pm -      #17

    “Hulk has shown himself to be immune to nearly all psychic abilities.”

    He has never faced the powers of the Warp.

  18. Baron Somebody April 19, 2009 at 8:48 pm -      #18

    Hulk will snap that sword in half…I am sorry but I hate Abbadon for some reason…

  19. flyboy51 April 19, 2009 at 9:27 pm -      #19

    Hulk wins. Hulk is unstoppable.

  20. PaPPa JUDAS April 19, 2009 at 10:47 pm -      #20

    Like I said Hulk smash puny Despoiler

  21. Marche April 19, 2009 at 11:05 pm -      #21

    He may have not faced the warp,but through sheer anger he has shaken off the mental powers of some of the strongest psychics in marvel,such as an augmented mentallo and xavier.

  22. Space marine April 20, 2009 at 12:03 am -      #22

    “Hulk has shown himself to be immune to nearly all psychic abilities.”

    Nearly all pyschic abilities focussed on the hulk were mind CONTROL, Not very offensive.

  23. Marche April 20, 2009 at 1:18 am -      #23

    “Nearly all pyschic abilities focussed on the hulk were mind CONTROL, Not very offensive.”
    which still shows signs of mental resistance against psychic abilities.

  24. Thepocalypse April 20, 2009 at 5:07 am -      #24

    @Space Marine
    He’s also defeated Onslaught, the consciousness of an entire town, and Professor X in Psychic/Physical battles, so I wouldn’t worry about him handling Abbadon.
    “Hulk smash puny Despoiler”
    Too true.
    “He has never faced the powers of the Warp.”
    He has, however crushed an entire universe. I think he can handle any warpspawned beast that faces him. He’s punched out a black hole for god’s sake.

  25. Locutus April 20, 2009 at 1:34 pm -      #25

    There seems to be so many different universes and versions of the Hulk. What exactly is seen as canon for the comics and super heroes?

  26. Matapiojo April 20, 2009 at 2:03 pm -      #26

    “There seems to be so many different universes and versions of the Hulk. What exactly is seen as canon for the comics and super heroes?”

    Earth-616’s Hulk.

  27. Skrunks April 20, 2009 at 3:31 pm -      #27

    “He’s also defeated Onslaught, the consciousness of an entire town, and Professor X in Psychic/Physical battles, so I wouldn’t worry about him handling Abbadon.”

    If Abbadon is one of the most powerful Psykers in the Warhammer 40k universe, then surely he is Alpha Plus:

    “In the rarest of all cases, the twenty-four point scale of the Assignment does not adequately characterize a being of indescribable ability. Such individuals, for all intensive purposes, pass beyond the scale entirely. These subjects are known as Alpha-Plus psykers.
    Uncontained, Alpha-Plus psykers represent an immediate and catastrophic threat to the Imperium. In theory, there is nothing that a trained Alpha-Plus psyker cannot accomplish through force of will; from snapping a Titan in half to summoning a legion of Greater Daemons. Representing such a great danger, the Inquisition usually executes Alpha-Plus psykers on sight unless the possibility for capture is nearly assured.”

    This is what a titan is: wh40k.lexicanum.com/mediawiki/images/f/f4/Reaver_Titan2.jpg

    Abbadon is far more powerful then Xavier or Onslaught. Not only that, but how would Hulk survive a hit from a blade that can flay souls? If Hulk’s soul is ripped out from within, what happens?

  28. Marche April 20, 2009 at 3:43 pm -      #28

    f are you sure?Onslaughts psionic ability had increased so much that he was able to effect reality itself.Especially when he combined with Franklin Richards.

  29. Matapiojo April 20, 2009 at 3:48 pm -      #29

    “Not only that, but how would Hulk survive a hit from a blade that can flay souls? If Hulk’s soul is ripped out from within, what happens?”

    That is but ONE aspect of the weapon. The legendary Daemon Sword houses within an entity that rends reality appart. It litteraly severs the most base elements that contitutes the intended target.

    This is the reason why it can completely decimate such a powerful engine of war as the Space Marine Land Raider with nothing but a grazing swing.

    I know of no point of reference to compare this to what the Hulk has endured, save perhaps for the events with the Black Hole. That is not to say that I don’t believe he couldn’t survive it, though…

  30. PaPPa JUDAS April 20, 2009 at 5:32 pm -      #30

    Hulk Beat up all of Asgard How Marvels Asgard compares to 40K is debatible however that is allot of power to single handedly defeat . Seeing as Hulk at basic strength is roughly arround the same level as an avreage Space Marine Abbadon has to wipe out Hulk swiftly. If Hulk survives the next thing you know Abaddon will be dealing with a 30 ton super pissed off Hulk showing him a whole new definition of Chaos.

  31. Thepocalypse April 20, 2009 at 6:23 pm -      #31

    I doubt he’s more powerful than Onslaught. Onslaught is capable of altering reality to suit his needs on a whim, making him near-omnipotent.

  32. Skrunks April 20, 2009 at 7:04 pm -      #32

    An Alpha Plus psyker can snap a 150 foot tall engine of death constructed out of adamantium with a flick of the wrist. Even Onslaught can’t do that as far as I know.

  33. Thepocalypse April 20, 2009 at 7:18 pm -      #33

    Were Abbadon to sear Hulk’s soul with his blade, it would be tantamount to suicide. That’s like the ultimate way to make him angry. He’d soon be dealing with an invincible beast with near-omnipotence. Remember those little stat boxes in the Marvel Handbooks? All of Hulk’s stats are incalculable. He’s more intelligent than ever, and has extensive weapon-wielding combat abilities he never had before. This Greenskin Hulk may be the most powerful being in the Marvel Universe (Aside from God of course, who can eliminate anyone he sees fit from existence). Abbadon is powerful enough that he could drive Hulk to his as yet unseen absolute limit. I do not doubt that at his unsurpassable peak, Hulk could annihilate every living thing in the 40k universe, then smash the warp out of existence with his bare hands. This is not fanboyism, this is fact, and I’m being fair here as Marvel has stated that Hulk may not even have a limit. Imagine that, if he has no limit, that means that when he reaches omnipotence, he could surpass even that and move on to a level of power beyond comprehension.
    Scary thought for Abbadon.

  34. marche April 20, 2009 at 7:26 pm -      #34

    Franklin Richards is a high-level psionic.
    He was powerful enough to create a pocket universe and he imposed mental blocks on himself so he doesnt become too powerful,Onslaught absorbed him.

  35. marche April 20, 2009 at 7:40 pm -      #35

    I meant psion,not psionic.

  36. Locutus April 20, 2009 at 8:04 pm -      #36

    “Were Abbadon to sear Hulk’s soul with his blade, it would be tantamount to suicide. That’s like the ultimate way to make him angry. He’d soon be dealing with an invincible beast with near-omnipotence. ”

    Oook? How would that work exactly? Having his soul flayed would just make him angrier? Seems to me he would be kinda dead or something but whatever.

    “Hulk could annihilate every living thing in the 40k universe, then smash the warp out of existence with his bare hands. This is not fanboyism, this is fact”

    Actually it is called speculation, not fact. We have never seen Hulk reach this level of power. I highly doubt he could ever reach a level powerful enough to defeat a Chaos God such as Khorne or Tzeentch.

  37. marche April 20, 2009 at 8:24 pm -      #37

    Theoretically,he has no limit.The smartest minds in marvel could not find a limit to the hulks power,strong enough to destroy a pocket universe with a mighty thunderclap.

  38. L-W April 20, 2009 at 8:51 pm -      #38

    That’s why the term “infinite” is used so liberally, since there is no actual known physical limit that he has yet to reach.

    For me his greatest feat would be holding and dividing the forces between matter and anti-matter with nothing more than his mind. For those of you unversed or uneducated in the study of particle physics, preventing the annihilation reaction in an anti-matter/matter requires a scale of power unequaled in known physics that it has been labeled fundamentally impossible by even the most powerful of forces.

    Forget a Black Hole, whilst seemingly powerful in itself it is utterly minuscule in comparison to the forces present in the bonds between anti-matter/matter annihilation, you’re looking at the power to deaccelerate the expansion of the universe and cause an imminent Big Crunch. The Hulk performed this feat with nothing more than his mind whilst trapped in the void between the fabric of time and space (Which he held together with his bare hands).

    – – –

    As for his Soul, isn’t it generally conceded that Kismet captured his Soul within a Gem some time ago? In fact if I can recall correctly the planet the gem was being stored shattered as a result of even attempting to harness such strength, and Hulk only became stronger as a result of David Banner growing weaker.

    Hulk has been operating Soulless for quite some time now.

    – – –

    He is a force of nature, an element of the Universe that will continue to exist long after everything else has died.

  39. Locutus April 20, 2009 at 11:29 pm -      #39

    For me his greatest feat would be holding and dividing the forces between matter and anti-matter with nothing more than his mind.”

    Source please.

  40. L-W April 21, 2009 at 1:13 am -      #40

    I can see that you’ve been struck by a case of the “too lazy to look the information up despite the capacity to”. Regardless, I’m still the kind-hearted soul willing to give out information with abundance and zeal.

    Sources:

    1) Incredible Hulk #305-398: Vector (Of U-foe fame) uses a potent anti-matter/matter annihilation beam against the Hulk, one that has been witnessed wiping out entire Planets in a single burst or even stop godlike figures such as Thor in their tracks (Most of the Marvel deities have avoided confronting this beam). Despite losing over 90% of his mass against the surge, the Hulk literally breaks it apart with what remains of his hands and almost kills Vector with the shattered stream.

    He regenerates his entire body moments later.

    2) Marvel Two-In-One Annual #2: The Hulk literally breaks the laws of physics, as he resists and overcomes an anti-matter/matter fusion bomb. Banner states, “A simple solution. And effective. Also impossible. We’re dealing with cosmic forces here, Spider-Man. The attraction between those spheres is irresistible. The creator of the bomb agrees, and then goes on to say, “No power on Earth can arrest the process now!” As The Hulk proceeds to do the impossible, narration states, “It’s a display of raw power that beggars the imagination. As a creature formed from the blast of one nuclear super-bomb struggles to keep another –infinitely greater –bomb from destroying the world whose people have feared and hounded him since his creation.”

    Here’s a pretty picture for your consideration.

  41. L-W April 21, 2009 at 1:32 am -      #41

    I’m also listing other feats of resilience (Since all of the Hulks powers are incarnations of his mental prowess – If he believes it can be done he will) based off their issue number and the dates witnessed in Marvel continuity.

    IH #242: The Hulk grasps a field of pure energy as if it were a physical bond. This is stated by the narrator as something that should be impossible physically but the Hulk does it just the same. He pulls and stretches the field until it collapses.

    Secret Wars II #8: The Beyonder describes the Hulk as an infinite well of power. This would be the same Beyonder who tossed Galactus with ease.

    IH vol. 2 #4: The Hulk’s power potential can exceed even the combined might of Wonder Man, Iron Man, Vision, and Scarlet Witch.

    Defenders #8: The Hulk breaks free of a force field which even the Silver Surfer and Doctor Strange are powerless against. The Surfer hwas also dragged into the same Black Hole as the Hulk, which he was powerless to escape, relying on the Hulk to pull them both free.

    TTA #67: The Hulk’s low end thunderclap is said to be high end nuclear level, competing with Hurricanes, stars or even whole galaxies and universes depending on his strength.

    IH #126: The Hulk withstands an attack powerful enough to destroy a galaxy–and it does just that when the Hulk deflects it with a thunderclap.

    Secret Wars #9: The Hulk stands up to a repelling psychic attack from Galactus which forces all other supers back. The Hulk even leaps forward and pummels him into submission.

    Secret Wars #12: The Hulk tears apart Ultron, a robot constructed of pure adamantium.

    Galactic War #3: The Hulk produces a burst of rage induced psychic energy that sinks an entire city.

    IH #174: The Hulk survives a nuclear-level detonation at ground zero. He is completely unharmed and still conscious.

    IH #112: The Hulk lifts an entire starship while under attack from the Galaxy Master.

    Avengers Annual #17: The Hulk withstands an attack from the High Evolutionary with little effect. Hercules, who has been evolved and is more powerful than ever, has his breath knocked out of him by the Evolutionary’s attack.

    IH #117: Easily throws the Leader’s giant humanoid form which has increased its weight to that of a mountain. Looks like it was tossed half a mile or more. The Hulk also survives another nuclear detonation.

    Future Imperfect #2: The Hulk’s neck resists force stated to be capable of crushing adamantium within 7.2 seconds. Flexes his neck and in turn destroys the force in question.

    The Hulk has exhibited resistance to this on several occasions. TTA #100, the Hulk was fighting off the Puppet Master’s commands when the Hulk was ordered to kill.

    IH #444: The Hulk resists the mental control of Onslaught.

    Cable #34: When Cable attacked the Hulk on the mental plane, he merely unleashed different incarnations of the Hulk that psychically duel and destroy his opponent with his rage alone.

    Defenders #10: A woman with the power of Yandroth takes over the minds of the Defenders and Dr. Strange notes that the Hulk’s mind is impossible for her to control.

    IH #404: The Hulk breaks free of an augmented Mentallo’s mental control.

    FF #348: The Hulk resists a Skrull with the power of telepathy.

    IH #345: The Hulk breaks free of the Leader’s illusions.

    IH #355: The Hulk breaks free of Glorian’s dream power even though he didn’t know he was being manipulated. When Glorian tries again, the Hulk is unaffected.

    IH #203: Once enraged, the Hulk is unaffected by Psyklop’s hypnotic power

  42. Skrunks April 21, 2009 at 2:26 am -      #42

    You also have to remember that the Warp exists because of the consciousnesses of mortal beings in the Warhammer 40k universe. Khorne is the god of Hate, Rage and Murder. It doesn’t matter what Rage exists, and the Hulk’s Infinite anger would cause Khorne to become so exponentially powerful that all the other Chaos Gods would become insects. Everything would bow to the power of Khorne. Kharn would no longer become Khorne’s chosen, Abbadon would. Khorne would bestow whatever power was necessary onto Abbadon to continue the battle so as to further the anger of the Hulk. Eventually, either the ‘limit’ of the Hulk would be reached, or all matter in the multiverse would implode. Which means, I think L-W’s initial statement is valid:

    “The collision of infinite mass and energy with a force of divine immaterial power would cause such a paradox, that the laws of physics would willingly fold upon themselves.”

  43. Thepocalypse April 21, 2009 at 4:51 am -      #43

    @L-W’s comment, but directed at
    “Oook? How would that work exactly? Having his soul flayed would just make him angrier? Seems to me he would be kinda dead or something but whatever.”
    Even if Hulk still has a soul, that’s the soul that was originally endowed upon Bruce Banner. BB and Hulk have been separated numerous times before, which did not leave Bruce as a half-soulless husk. This could be taken to mean that he keeps his soul while Mindless Hulk escapes. If this is true, Abbadon’s soul searing would merely suppress Banner and cause Hulk to revert to his Mindless Hulk persona for a time. So Abbadon still has nothing.
    “Actually it is called speculation, not fact.”
    It’s fact based inferencing. Everything doesn’t have to be blatantly stated to be true.

  44. AlphaCommando April 21, 2009 at 7:33 am -      #44

    Holy crap, I never thought of that; the Hulks infinite rage + Khrone’s power coming from rage.

    I think I may have crapped myself.

    “The collision of infinite mass and energy with a force of divine immaterial power would cause such a paradox, that the laws of physics would willingly fold upon themselves.”
    Indeed

    Good catch there Skrunks.

  45. Matapiojo April 21, 2009 at 8:06 am -      #45

    @L-W

    While all still arguable, I am setting all strength, rescilience, and godly/warp influence aside for the time being save for the effects of the sword. I will ask for your opinion on this as I think this is THE deciding factor in this fight.

    How do you think Drach’nyen’s powerful abilities relate to the anti-matter/matter phenomena that Hulk has experienced? Also keeping in consideration the sheer number of attacks the mighty Warmaster could score with the blade

    ————————–

    Refference:
    “The mighty daemon weapon draws its prodigious power from the bound essence of a writhing warp entity that can rend reality apart, named Drach’nyen.”
    -Codex: Chaos Space Marines (3rd ed. 2nd print p.44)

  46. Terror April 21, 2009 at 10:57 am -      #46

    @L-W

    Great list there, but dn’t forget about Hulk:

    – Fighting and defeating the entire armies of Hel (Hela was the last opponent, as Hulk had literally fought non-stop until every last soul was defeated – These were mystical attacks on Hulk ) Quite the durability feat there.

    – Has overcome a forcefield with enough power to reverse the orbit of planet Earth

    – Took on Abomination who was originally double his strength, and then further enhanced to double that strength level by Galaxy Master… Then he proceeded to defeat Galaxy Master himself. (A galaxy wide threat as his name implies)

    Just a few more I wanted to toss into the fray.

  47. L-W April 21, 2009 at 11:58 am -      #47

    “Good catch there Skrunks.”

    That was my line goddammit. You will all pay for this injustice in the blood of the innocents!

    “How do you think Drach’nyen’s powerful abilities relate to the anti-matter/matter phenomena that Hulk has experienced? Also keeping in consideration the sheer number of attacks the mighty Warmaster could score with the blade”

    I really cannot comment on the effects of the blade as such (Being a big Hulk fan, this puts me to shame), since we have seen Hulk stand up to and even defeat reality warping devices and powers in the past (Gladiator, Silver Surfer, Onslaught, Civil War era Juggernaut and the Black Bolt come to mind) and still come out the other side swinging for more. But beyond the few canonical references, I really cannot garner a strong indication as to the full output (Infinite mass?) of Drach’nyen.

    In fact the Hulk himself has been mentioned in the past by the likes of the Beyonder, Reed and Doc Samson to be a rend (Or a warp if you prefer) in reality itself, altering it as he pleases. Thus dividing antimatter/matter annihilation, sealing and destroying the rift to an alternate dimension, holding together the fabric of space/time, physically manipulating energy as a material substance and wrestling with a quantum singulairity by all law SHOULD be impossible. This is not an issue of conventional strength at all, but an issue of physical impossibility. This cannot happen even within the realms of comic book logic.

    Yet the Hulk achieves feats that not even the Marvel Gods in their omniscience and omnipotence could match with nothing more than his bare hands and his will alone. If he believes it can be done, almost metaphysically the desired result is accomplished.

    So what happens if struck by the blade of Chaos? More importantly we must ask as to what happens when two reality rendering artifacts collide in such glorious fashion, the Hulk and the Daemon, who will prove to be the strongest? Will reality itself collapse as a result? Can I fit anymore questions before closing?

    No.

  48. Thepocalypse April 21, 2009 at 3:45 pm -      #48

    I’d say the sword striking the Hulk would eliminate everything on the material plane, as it would basically revoke all laws of physical reality. Being in high school, I don’t really have much scientific knowledge, but what I’ve been taught recently about branes and their fragility would suggest this to be a logical assumption.

  49. Matapiojo April 21, 2009 at 4:01 pm -      #49

    Indeed.

    Therefore, I redirect everyone to post #4.

  50. Locutus April 21, 2009 at 4:47 pm -      #50

    I redirect myself to post #1.

  51. Thepocalypse April 21, 2009 at 5:06 pm -      #51

    “It doesn’t matter what Rage exists, and the Hulk’s Infinite anger would cause Khorne to become so exponentially powerful that all the other Chaos Gods would become insects.”
    Due to the Hulk’s lack of an immaterial soul, there would be no means of Khorne absorbing this energy. Souls are what tie living things to Gods, and without them, Gods are powerless.

  52. x on April 21, 2009 at 7:29 pm -      #52

    I think hulk wins in the end after a big long battle that kills alot of stuff that was in its way.

  53. PaPPa JUDAS April 21, 2009 at 8:36 pm -      #53

    Could Hulk replace the Chaos gods? perhaps after the most epic battle ever?

  54. Locutus April 21, 2009 at 11:22 pm -      #54

    “Could Hulk replace the Chaos gods?”

    I have no idea. Such a battle and the energies involved would have to be beyond Human comprehension.

  55. Skrunks April 22, 2009 at 3:20 am -      #55

    “That was my line goddammit. You will all pay for this injustice in the blood of the innocents!”

    Hey! I gave you credit!

    “Due to the Hulk’s lack of an immaterial soul, there would be no means of Khorne absorbing this energy. Souls are what tie living things to Gods, and without them, Gods are powerless.”

    The immaterium is created by the emotions of the denziens of the Milky Way. Even if he doesn’t have a soul, the fact that he can have emotion would effect the Warp. All emotion in any form effects the warp, and the only reason the Warp is so chaotic is because of all the death, hate and destruction present in the Warhammer 40k universe. Long before all the war, the Old Ones utilized a calm and placid Immaterium, so much so that their technology was indistinguishable from Sorcery. It was only because of the thousands of millenia of strife that spawned the Gods and Demons of the warp. The Hulk, being an immeasurable fount of power, passion and uncontrollable rage, would stir the Warp into such a frenzy that the other Chaos Gods would be swept away, leaving Khorne the supreme being. The Eye of Terror would expand to consume the entire Milky Way and beyond. Once the Hulk enters the Immaterium, who knows what would happen. I’d imagine that the Hulk and Khorne would likely become one being.

  56. Thepocalypse April 22, 2009 at 4:46 am -      #56

    I’m really convinced that however this goes, the 40k universe will suffer. Replacing the Chaos Gods could destabilize the cosmic order and cause open war between every faction in 40k. I see it as fairly likely that the universe will be destroyed in the battle and the fighters will be warped to a relatively similar brane to continue their conflict.

  57. Locutus April 22, 2009 at 1:45 pm -      #57

    “open war between every faction in 40k”

    My gods! Open war between every faction in Warhammer 40k?!?!

    IMPOSSIBLE!!

  58. Matapiojo April 22, 2009 at 1:59 pm -      #58

    “IMPOSSIBLE!!”

    And by that he means that 40K is working as intended.

  59. Thepocalypse April 22, 2009 at 2:15 pm -      #59

    @Mata and Locutus
    The Eldar are not operating to the extent they could as they need to protect what little assets they have left, the Imperium take a fairly defensive approach, and the Tau are not openly striking everyone with everything they’ve got (Which isn’t much.)

  60. Locutus April 22, 2009 at 8:25 pm -      #60

    Almost every major faction in 40k has been in open war for at least 10 millennia.

  61. L-W April 22, 2009 at 9:58 pm -      #61

    “The Eldar are not operating to the extent they could as they need to protect what little assets they have left”

    The Craftworlds have never been involved in open war as their goal has always (For the last few million years) been to deceive and play an underhanded role in the destruction of others. Deception and slight of hand has been the Eldar strategy for as long as there have been Eldar.

    “the Imperium take a fairly defensive approach”

    The Damocles Crusade? The Eastern expansion? The Imperium hasn’t been on the defensive since the great Warp storms.

    “and the Tau are not openly striking everyone with everything they’ve got (Which isn’t much.)”

    The third sphere of expansion begs to differ.

  62. Locutus April 23, 2009 at 2:29 am -      #62

    “The Damocles Crusade? The Eastern expansion? The Imperium hasn’t been on the defensive since the great Warp storms.”

    Don’t forget the great Macharian Crusade. 1,000 worlds conquered in just 7 years.

  63. El Zilcho April 23, 2009 at 3:07 am -      #63

    Yeah, but the Tau are still pretty insignificant, they’re just lucky that the Imperium has bigger fish to fry.

  64. El Zilcho April 23, 2009 at 3:49 am -      #64

    Sorry to double post, but should we give Hulk the award?

  65. PaPPa JUDAS April 24, 2009 at 9:12 pm -      #65

    Ok Hulk wins gathers the orks to him Leads the galixy’s biggest Waagh Against everyone and in the end rules the galixy using the golden throne as a comode

  66. Skrunks April 24, 2009 at 10:24 pm -      #66

    I don’t know, Hulk has been defeated before. As miraculous as all his survival feats are, he still has never faced anything quite like Abbadon.

  67. PaPPa JUDAS April 27, 2009 at 10:36 am -      #67

    “I don’t know, Hulk has been defeated before. As miraculous as all his survival feats are, he still has never faced anything quite like Abbadon.”

    Didn’t Hulk beat Galactus and swollow what was left of him?

    Can you say the destroyer of worlds Is nowere near the same leauge as Abbadon.

  68. Thepocalypse April 27, 2009 at 2:17 pm -      #68

    “Didn’t Hulk beat Galactus and swollow what was left of him?”
    Yep. But…
    “Can you say the destroyer of worlds Is nowere near the same leauge as Abbadon.”
    Abbadon is basically the most massive badass in 40k.
    “Ok Hulk wins gathers the orks to him Leads the galixy’s biggest Waagh”
    Yeah, that’s a neat way to mix the posts!

  69. Thepocalypse April 27, 2009 at 2:20 pm -      #69

    BTW, I searched Hulk on Deviantart so I could get a cool Hulk gravatar, and I found the image I’m using now. If you can’t see it, it’s what an Alien (Xenomorph) would look like after bursting from the Hulk. It’s a Xenohulk!

  70. Terror April 27, 2009 at 3:45 pm -      #70

    Yes, Hulk ate Galactus – In the ZOMBIE Marvel editions. This is not a traditional series, nor is it indicative of what Hulk is capable of. Huge Hulk fan here, but let’s face reality here. Hulk is nowhere near Galactus level.

    Galactus is an abstract being whose life is essential to all of reality. Hulk is…. Really really strong – haha

  71. Skrunks April 27, 2009 at 4:24 pm -      #71

    Ok, theory here. Remember that one time that Hulk’s inards will silt and he had to hold them back inside as he regenerated, and his flesh ended up healing around his hand?

    What if, before Hulk gets REALLY angry, he is split from head to toe by Drach’yen, then split into multiple other pieces by the Talon of Horus? Can he regenerate after already being… well, dead?

  72. Thepocalypse April 27, 2009 at 5:30 pm -      #72

    “Yes, Hulk ate Galactus – In the ZOMBIE Marvel editions. This is not a traditional series, nor is it indicative of what Hulk is capable of. Huge Hulk fan here, but let’s face reality here. Hulk is nowhere near Galactus level.”
    When looking at alternate universes, a certain level of evidential dependence can be allowed depending on the point of divergence. As shown in Exiles, Zombie Wolverine’s healing factor no longer works due to his infection, this also probably applies to the Hulk. Also, as stated by scientific and medical professionals who’ve scrutinized the concept of a zombie, they become weaker over time due to the breakdown of muscle tissue and the pooling of fatigue poisons. Essentially, the Hulk in Marvel Zombies was watered down and still managed to take out Galactus. Now assuming that the infection is the main point of divergence from Earth 616, it could be considered fact that the Hulk is capable of defeating and eating Galactus. He has done this in the main Marvel Universe and Bullet Points as well.

  73. L-W April 30, 2009 at 9:50 pm -      #73

    “Galactus is an abstract being whose life is essential to all of reality. Hulk is…. Really really strong – haha”

    The Hulk is one of these abstract beings. Just because he takes on a material form does not mean he’s inhibited from performing physically impossible feats.

  74. Belisaurius May 7, 2009 at 12:25 am -      #74

    The Hulk is a maelstrum of uncontrolable rage. All that rage is power to Khorn, one of Abbadon’s patrons. Abbadon also works with another berzerker, Kharn, and manipulates him fairly well.

    For some reason, I keep seeing the Hulk being worshiped as the third ork god.

  75. Rid May 10, 2009 at 11:32 am -      #75

    This may sound stupid, but isn’t the warp a sea of emotions one of which is anger. The warp directly feeds abbadon making him stronger who then attacks hulk making him angrier.
    However the angrier hulk gets the stronger he gets and then so does abbadon. This sounds like a stalemate to me.

    I’d like to think abbadon would win though, as he has the 4 powers to work with and would surely corrupt hulk, it’s happened with extemely powerful creatures before. for example Skarbrand was tricked by teenztch to attack khorne himself, and skarbrand is a lot like hulk except for the green thing

  76. Terror May 11, 2009 at 12:29 am -      #76

    LW – You claim Hulk is an abstract being? That’s quite the claim there, and one that certainly needs proof to back it up. Ok, fine, I’ll come right out and say it: You’re flat out wrong here.

    That’s the third incorrect fact about Hulk I’ve caught you in today. An abstract being in the Marvel universe is a being who not only embodies a particular concept, but literally is that concept.

    Eternity embodies all that there is, and without him/it, the concept of eternity would cease to exist, and the universe as we know it would cease to exist. The same with death, who is also an abstract entity. Hulk on the other hand is not rage. Yes, he has a lot of rage within him, but his death would not mean the end of all rage within the universe.

    Love, Hate, Order, Chaos, Eternity, Infinity, Entropy, Oblivion. These are examples of Abstracts LW. Notice something different there? These are beings who are far beyond the Hulks level for one. Second, tehse beings are essential to the very concept they embody.

    Hulk is not. I must say this is the first time I’ve ever heard someone refer to Hulk as an abstract being. I’ll see if I can find a list (published by Marvel about 15 – 20 years back) that actually listed teh Abstract being heirarchy. Hulk was nowhere to be found on that list LW.

  77. Battra Boy May 18, 2009 at 2:48 pm -      #77

    The fact of the matter is, The hulk will eventually have to transform into his human form. He can’t stay in his powered state forever. And when he turns human, Abbadon will show him no mercy. Abbadon can keep coming at Hulk for as long as he wants. And with this, Abbadon can exploit the Hulk’s biggest weakness.

  78. Thepocalypse May 18, 2009 at 3:16 pm -      #78

    “He can’t stay in his powered state forever.”
    Yes he can.

  79. chewie6000 May 18, 2009 at 3:20 pm -      #79

    “he cannot be killed via the Instant Death rule if he fails any of his saves. This means that Abaddon cannot be killed outright by anything, even a super-heavy tank such as a Baneblade or a Land Raider. ” so this atleast proves that this would be a long fight and I think that Abbadon would win this in the end.

  80. cyborg pirate ninja jesus June 1, 2009 at 3:14 am -      #80

    if it is a long fight it should automatically go to the hulk…he gets stronger the more he fights

    if there is something abbadon can do to end it quickly…which i doubt ulk will win\

  81. Battra Boy June 19, 2009 at 5:00 pm -      #81

    The Hulk has never fought anything like Abaddon, hes Chaos’ bad boy. I’m guessing a Daemon Sword, The Electricity controlling Talons of Horus and a Dual Link bolter from Warmaster Horus himself could do quite a lot of damage to Mr Green.

  82. Pondering Fool July 4, 2009 at 6:28 pm -      #82

    “He can’t stay in his powered state forever.”
    Yes he can.

    World War Hulk:
    After watching the events on TV and witnessing the Hulk apparently deciding, in Roman-style, to force Reed Richards to kill Tony Stark, he [Sentry] leaves his home stating that, “It’s time to play god”.[14]
    The Sentry engages the Hulk and unleashes his power. During the prolonged fight they both expend massive amounts of energy. In the last few seconds they both revert to human form. After Bruce delivers the final punch, the broken-faced Robert Reynolds thanks Bruce before immediately collapsing before his feet.
    -wikipedia

    Now, I admit I am not an advid Marvel fan, so I may be wrong by using World War Hulk (or is that ok?). But if WW Hulk is allowed, than Hulk has been forced back down to his human form. Still, such an awesome match this would be……still can’t decide who wins…..

    – pondering fool

  83. marche July 4, 2009 at 7:19 pm -      #83

    forget WWhulk.

    War hulk has celestial technology,he also stopped the juggernaut(back when he was unstoppable.)

  84. Pondering Fool July 5, 2009 at 3:21 pm -      #84

    So if I may ask Marche, what version of Hulk are we using? That would clear things up alot for this unfortunately, ignorant person (me). Thanks

    – pondering fool

  85. cyborg pirate ninja jesus July 7, 2009 at 9:18 am -      #85

    i nominate hulk for the fp award

  86. Matapiojo July 7, 2009 at 9:42 am -      #86

    I think that unless specifically noted by admin, we should just consider this to be Savage Hulk. Jury is still out whether the pic is indeed noting which Hulk it is.

  87. Pondering Fool July 10, 2009 at 7:57 pm -      #87

    Thank you Matapiojo…now I have no idea who will win. Savage Hulk vs Abbadon….*crying*

    – pondering fool

  88. Grand Papa Typhus June 20, 2010 at 3:12 am -      #88

    After reading all 90 comments, I really hate comics and especially hulk now. Infinite anger? *stands on chair, tightens belt, tapes note to chest and jumps*

  89. Grand Papa Typhus June 20, 2010 at 3:15 am -      #89

    The very idea that getting blasted with gamma turns you into the most overrated and overpowered being in media is preposterous

  90. Who? June 20, 2010 at 3:26 am -      #90

    “The very idea that getting blasted with gamma turns you into the most overrated and overpowered being in media is preposterous”

    Hmm… oh yeah, it’s a comic book.

  91. Grand Papa Typhus June 20, 2010 at 3:37 am -      #91

    Who? said: “Hmm… oh yeah, it’s a comic book.”

    I knew I’d have one smart ass make that comment, but if he was a realistic hero, maybe I could like him. Listen though, if I go off and make a comic book universe and create the same person (hulk) to solely preserve my comic’s power and dignity then it becomes a “trump card” (as you internet meme fanatics call it) and thus it becomes absurd.

    Your comment is what comic book nerds say anyway. I am not going to debate this with you, comic books can be realistic, like Iron Man or Batman people like those guys, I like them, but hulk is just outrageous.

  92. Who? June 20, 2010 at 3:56 am -      #92

    “I knew I’d have one smart ass make that comment, but if he was a realistic hero, maybe I could like him”

    Tee-hee. Anyway, don’t have a freaking heart-attack mac, I was joking for the most part. Plus, it’s sort of true. It IS a comic book after all. Blar har har.

    “Your comment is what comic book nerds say anyway.”

    That, or it’s a comic book.

    “I am not going to debate this with you, comic books can be realistic, like Iron Man or Batman people like those guys, I like them, but hulk is just outrageous.”

    Good, haha. Anyway, I’d hardly call either of these characters realistic, what with the extra-dimensional traversing, suits of armor integrated onto entire skeletal frames, shark-spray, etc.

    Anyway, chip up pal, take a joke why don’t ya? This is BankGambling, not some of the other sites you may have frequented.

  93. Grand Papa Typhus June 20, 2010 at 4:08 am -      #93

    Alright Who, I feel this will be a very love/hate friendship, I can tell (it’s hard, really…really… hard to pick up emotions on a cpu) you are a clown, and that even though I was being a dick you still didn’t fight fire with fire, thanks. I still have to get used to this website, any tips?

  94. Who? June 20, 2010 at 4:23 am -      #94

    @Grand Papa Typhus

    It’s all good my brother, I just need a little fun every now and then. To be honest, I’m not into comics as I once was.

    And indeed, I know what you mean when you say you prefer more “realistic” characters. The more human characters if you will. Well, it just so happens that all of my favorite characters can be labeled (to an extent…) with this description; Boba Fett, Solid and Naked Snake, Batman, etc, etc.

    “I still have to get used to this website, any tips?”

    Hmm… well, grow a tolerance for trolls (many of them visit the site, usually en masse), and grow a tough skin against insults, logical analysis, and bitch-slaps of truth… seriously, it gets brutal every now and then here!

    Anyway, good luck, and hope to see you stick around!

  95. Who? June 20, 2010 at 4:30 am -      #95

    “And indeed, I know what you mean when you say you prefer more “realistic” characters. The more human characters if you will.”

    Erm… as in they’re a little down to earth, along with the fact that we can relate ourselves with them… and not comepletely “over-powered” (altgough, Fett’s weapons and armor are pretty over-powered… hmm…).

  96. starsteam June 20, 2010 at 4:32 am -      #96

    At least warhammer 40k isn’t over the top :D.

  97. ZomBninjasamurai June 20, 2010 at 4:34 am -      #97

    “At least warhammer 40k isn’t over the top :D .”

    hope that was sarcasm

  98. Who? June 20, 2010 at 4:38 am -      #98

    “At least warhammer 40k isn’t over the top .”

    Yeeeaaaaahh… indeed! 9.9

  99. starsteam June 20, 2010 at 4:39 am -      #99

    Maybe but I’ll never tell, nah but it’s not as bad as other universes I’m looking at you xenosega :@.

  100. Grand Papa Typhus June 20, 2010 at 4:40 am -      #100

    Don’t worry much Who, I will stick around, luckily I have a phone that allows me to keep up from where ever I may be.

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