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Avengers, Iron Man 1, then Thor 1

shout out to X-men 1, X-men 3, The Punisher 1, Thor 2,

 

I wasn't a big fan of Captain America though it was good. I haven't yet seen the 2.

Incredible Hulk films are garbage.

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How is this not phrased "second favorite Marvel film?" in deference to the obvious #1 being Avengers.

 

Outside of that probably the first Iron Man, the first Captain America, and the first Andrew Garfield Spider-Man.

 

It is my unfortunate opinion that all Marvel movies only get worse the longer they go on, with noteable exceptions in X-Men First Class and Edward Norton's Hulk being far superior to Eric Bana's.

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Avengers, Iron Man 1, then Thor 1

shout out to X-men 1, X-men 3, The Punisher 1, Thor 2,

 

I wasn't a big fan of Captain America though it was good. I haven't yet seen the 2.

Incredible Hulk films are garbage.

 

Agreed, The Hulk could have been so much better, hopefully the prequel will be good though.

 

Avengers was epic, can't wait for Avengers: Age of Ultron!

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How is this not phrased "second favorite Marvel film?" in deference to the obvious #1 being Avengers.

 

Outside of that probably the first Iron Man, the first Captain America, and the first Andrew Garfield Spider-Man.

 

It is my unfortunate opinion that all Marvel movies only get worse the longer they go on, with noteable exceptions in X-Men First Class and Edward Norton's Hulk being far superior to Eric Bana's.

 

Because it is a topic that comes down to opinion. Although I agree that Avengers was a brilliant film, I preferred Captain America: The Winter Soldier. This is because I loved all the fight scenes in it as I did with Avengers, but with The Winter Soldier, it's a bit better to me as I like the relationship if you would call it that between Steve and Natasha, it focuses mostly on them throughout with Falcon getting a good amount of action/screen time himself. I also liked how they got Bucky Barnes back in the film as it stirs things up for the better in my opinion. My only question is, what happened with him, meaning his arm, his sheer size, his fighting ability, etc? But even though it didn't really explain it, he played a brilliant role in my opinion and the movie played out to be my new favourite as stated. :)

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How is this not phrased "second favorite Marvel film?" in deference to the obvious #1 being Avengers.

 

Outside of that probably the first Iron Man, the first Captain America, and the first Andrew Garfield Spider-Man.

 

It is my unfortunate opinion that all Marvel movies only get worse the longer they go on, with noteable exceptions in X-Men First Class and Edward Norton's Hulk being far superior to Eric Bana's.

 

Because it is a topic that comes down to opinion. Although I agree that Avengers was a brilliant film, I preferred Captain America: The Winter Soldier. This is because I loved all the fight scenes in it as I did with Avengers, but with The Winter Soldier, it's a bit better to me as I like the relationship if you would call it that between Steve and Natasha, it focuses mostly on them throughout with Falcon getting a good amount of action/screen time himself. I also liked how they got Bucky Barnes back in the film as it stirs things up for the better in my opinion. My only question is, what happened with him, meaning his arm, his sheer size, his fighting ability, etc? But even though it didn't really explain it, he played a brilliant role in my opinion and the movie played out to be my new favourite as stated. :)

 

I believe Hydra reprogrammed his mind and gave him a bionic arm. He was already a good fighter. His size was about the same from back in Captain America 1.

 

In the marvel cartoon series that I watched, the Red Skull was the one behind Bucky being turned into the Winter Soldier. In the movie, it was Dr. Arnem Zolaf. I liked the way both the movie and the cartoon handled it.

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yea, my friend said winter soldier was better than the Avengers, was pretty shocked....

 

 

 

As far as the Amazing Spiderman 2 goes....omg what a pile of ****. It was all over the place. This is coming from someone who enjoyed the first one too. It had so much potential if they focused more on the green goblin. Electro was the worst villain ive seen in a loooong time. The entire movie was just so disappointing. There was 1 small saving grace but its pretty spoilerly so i won't mention it.

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How is this not phrased "second favorite Marvel film?" in deference to the obvious #1 being Avengers.

 

Outside of that probably the first Iron Man, the first Captain America, and the first Andrew Garfield Spider-Man.

 

It is my unfortunate opinion that all Marvel movies only get worse the longer they go on, with noteable exceptions in X-Men First Class and Edward Norton's Hulk being far superior to Eric Bana's.

 

Because it is a topic that comes down to opinion. Although I agree that Avengers was a brilliant film, I preferred Captain America: The Winter Soldier. This is because I loved all the fight scenes in it as I did with Avengers, but with The Winter Soldier, it's a bit better to me as I like the relationship if you would call it that between Steve and Natasha, it focuses mostly on them throughout with Falcon getting a good amount of action/screen time himself. I also liked how they got Bucky Barnes back in the film as it stirs things up for the better in my opinion. My only question is, what happened with him, meaning his arm, his sheer size, his fighting ability, etc? But even though it didn't really explain it, he played a brilliant role in my opinion and the movie played out to be my new favourite as stated. :)

 

I believe Hydra reprogrammed his mind and gave him a bionic arm. He was already a good fighter. His size was about the same from back in Captain America 1.

 

In the marvel cartoon series that I watched, the Red Skull was the one behind Bucky being turned into the Winter Soldier. In the movie, it was Dr. Arnem Zolaf. I liked the way both the movie and the cartoon handled it.

 

I can understand if he was given a bionic arm, but they wouldn't just cut an arm off surely? I'd have thought it was damaged in the fall or something around that matter personally, but you never know really. And he was already a good fighter yes, but I don't ever remembering him being that good, he was a beast in The Winter Soldier compared to The 1st Avenger. And again, I don't remember him being that big or stacked, but none the less, brilliantly played role still in my opinion.

 

And SPOILER for Amazing Spiderman 2

 

As for The Amazing Spiderman 2, I loved it, and I wanted to cry when Gwen Stacey died, was insanely heart breaking, and I know several others who cried full on, so there's several of us that are pussbags lol

 

Could have been 'cause it was Emma Stone and I'm in love with that woman lol

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yea, my friend said winter soldier was better than the Avengers, was pretty shocked....

 

 

 

As far as the Amazing Spiderman 2 goes....omg what a pile of ****. It was all over the place. This is coming from someone who enjoyed the first one too. It had so much potential if they focused more on the green goblin. Electro was the worst villain ive seen in a loooong time. The entire movie was just so disappointing. There was 1 small saving grace but its pretty spoilerly so i won't mention it.

 

THANK YOU. I have bit my lip so many times when I hear people rave and gush over Amazing 2. I felt like I must have watched a totally different movie than they did. I mean was it fun? Sure I guess. And truth be told the Toby Spideys absolutely ruined the franchise for me to the point my expectations for them are permanently low...so it defaults to like the second best Spider-Man movie. But that didn't make it "good" in my eyes. It was just, very much what I expected. Wasn't blown away or terribly impressed by anything - save the spoiler moment you're talking about. Electro was bad, Paul Giamatti's acting talents were wasted, and it seemed very unorganized. No where near the film Amazing 1 was in my humble opinion.

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When a movie is bad its easy to just brush aside but whats so frustrating with this movie (much like Iron Man 3) was the complete wasted potential for greatness. The elements are there but the writing and the plot was horrendous.

 

Oh Iron Man 3, I don't even know where to begin with that one. I can't remember leaving a theater after a comicbook movie more angry at the complete waste of source material...I remember thinking nothing would ever disappoint me as much as that movie did, but then June rolled around and I saw Man of Steel, and I learned new depths of disappointment in superhero movies. Not that either were inherently bad movies, just that they took something with sooooo much potential, and not only didn't deliver, but managed to change so much that was at the franchise's core and ruin it instead.

 

*sigh*

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^ yea, to keep it short...

 

Iron Man 3 - What a waste of what could of been an epic villain. It just didn't make sense. and don't get me started on Pepper Potts.

 

Man of Steel - Despite its many many flaws, the one thing i really enjoyed from the movie is prob of the best superhero fighting ive seen on screen. At least for superheros who are this powerful.

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yea, my friend said winter soldier was better than the Avengers, was pretty shocked....

 

 

 

As far as the Amazing Spiderman 2 goes....omg what a pile of ****. It was all over the place. This is coming from someone who enjoyed the first one too. It had so much potential if they focused more on the green goblin. Electro was the worst villain ive seen in a loooong time. The entire movie was just so disappointing. There was 1 small saving grace but its pretty spoilerly so i won't mention it.

 

The Amazing Spiderman 2 trailer didn't even look that good. I'm going to wait until it's available out of the theaters to see it.

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How is this not phrased "second favorite Marvel film?" in deference to the obvious #1 being Avengers.

 

Outside of that probably the first Iron Man, the first Captain America, and the first Andrew Garfield Spider-Man.

 

It is my unfortunate opinion that all Marvel movies only get worse the longer they go on, with noteable exceptions in X-Men First Class and Edward Norton's Hulk being far superior to Eric Bana's.

 

Because it is a topic that comes down to opinion. Although I agree that Avengers was a brilliant film, I preferred Captain America: The Winter Soldier. This is because I loved all the fight scenes in it as I did with Avengers, but with The Winter Soldier, it's a bit better to me as I like the relationship if you would call it that between Steve and Natasha, it focuses mostly on them throughout with Falcon getting a good amount of action/screen time himself. I also liked how they got Bucky Barnes back in the film as it stirs things up for the better in my opinion. My only question is, what happened with him, meaning his arm, his sheer size, his fighting ability, etc? But even though it didn't really explain it, he played a brilliant role in my opinion and the movie played out to be my new favourite as stated. :)

 

I believe Hydra reprogrammed his mind and gave him a bionic arm. He was already a good fighter. His size was about the same from back in Captain America 1.

 

In the marvel cartoon series that I watched, the Red Skull was the one behind Bucky being turned into the Winter Soldier. In the movie, it was Dr. Arnem Zolaf. I liked the way both the movie and the cartoon handled it.

 

I can understand if he was given a bionic arm, but they wouldn't just cut an arm off surely? I'd have thought it was damaged in the fall or something around that matter personally, but you never know really. And he was already a good fighter yes, but I don't ever remembering him being that good, he was a beast in The Winter Soldier compared to The 1st Avenger. And again, I don't remember him being that big or stacked, but none the less, brilliantly played role still in my opinion.

 

And SPOILER for Amazing Spiderman 2

 

As for The Amazing Spiderman 2, I loved it, and I wanted to cry when Gwen Stacey died, was insanely heart breaking, and I know several others who cried full on, so there's several of us that are pussbags lol

 

Could have been 'cause it was Emma Stone and I'm in love with that woman lol

 

Hydra just wanted to take advantage of Bucky by using him as a soldier for their own purposes from all the brainwashing they did. They improved him vastly fighting overall obviously.

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When a movie is bad its easy to just brush aside but whats so frustrating with this movie (much like Iron Man 3) was the complete wasted potential for greatness. The elements are there but the writing and the plot was horrendous.

 

Oh Iron Man 3, I don't even know where to begin with that one. I can't remember leaving a theater after a comicbook movie more angry at the complete waste of source material...I remember thinking nothing would ever disappoint me as much as that movie did, but then June rolled around and I saw Man of Steel, and I learned new depths of disappointment in superhero movies. Not that either were inherently bad movies, just that they took something with sooooo much potential, and not only didn't deliver, but managed to change so much that was at the franchise's core and ruin it instead.

 

*sigh*

 

I only saw parts of Man of Steel, so I can't comment on that. But, Iron Man 3 was absolutely horrible. Losing so many versions of the Iron Man suit made Iron Man look pathetic. Also, the villain portrayed in Iron Man 3 was done so poorly executed.

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The villain in Iron Man 3 was pretty **** I will agree, but what I liked about it was that the Iron Man scenes could have been better, but they focused more on Tony Stark which I thought was a pretty call twist as his knowledge was the one fighting and not the suit as much if that makes sense.

 

Man of Steel on the other hand, I loved the film, thought it was great, but it could have been so much better I agree, he just seemed to jump into the Superman role so quickly when he 1st learned of himself. They could have easily added another solid hour onto the film, if not split it into 2 potentially.

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The villain in Iron Man 3 was pretty **** I will agree, but what I liked about it was that the Iron Man scenes could have been better, but they focused more on Tony Stark which I thought was a pretty call twist as his knowledge was the one fighting and not the suit as much if that makes sense.

 

Man of Steel on the other hand, I loved the film, thought it was great, but it could have been so much better I agree, he just seemed to jump into the Superman role so quickly when he 1st learned of himself. They could have easily added another solid hour onto the film, if not split it into 2 potentially.

 

I couldn't imagine another hour on Man of Steel. I was already bored with it within the first hour and it is already 2.5 hours long almost.

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Cap 1 & 2, Iron Man 1, X-Men 1st class, Thor 1 were the best in my opinion. Loki is the best villain

 

And Amazing Spiderman 2 was hit and miss.

 

The 1st movie really pissed me off because Peter threw that football and destroyed the goal post and no one thought "hey, maybe he's Spiderman".

 

The 2nd movie was funny and I loved how they handled the death, but Electro was dumb as hell and his motivations were sketchy.

 

Also, whoever chose that guy to play Rhino just needs to be fired. He doesn't look Russian at all, and he simply doesn't fit as a comic book villain. I watched the Ides of March yesterday and he was great as a frail scumbag but there's no way he's a Spiderman villain. C'MON

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I still have a soft spot in my heart for Spider-Man 2. That film was perfect. I've been pleasantly surprised with the evolution of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, I didn't really care for many of the Phase 1 films, which was weird since I'm a huge marvel comics fan. But the second phase films have been really good so far, especially the Winter Soldier. I don't think I could pick just one film, but it's probably a three-way tie between Spider-Man 2, TASM 1, and Winter Soldier.

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How the Rhino character was handled in Spidey 2 was really all they could do right now. There already were 2 villains born through failed experiments. To squeeze in a third at the very end would have been silly imo. For now at least it had to be a battlesuit. I do agree Shocker wasn't the best choice for a main villain. Even worse was the decision to go with Jamie Foxx. Seriously it felt like having an obligatory black guy in there, much like Sam Jackson as Nick Fury. Terrible casting...

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I still have a soft spot in my heart for Spider-Man 2. That film was perfect. I've been pleasantly surprised with the evolution of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, I didn't really care for many of the Phase 1 films, which was weird since I'm a huge marvel comics fan. But the second phase films have been really good so far, especially the Winter Soldier. I don't think I could pick just one film, but it's probably a three-way tie between Spider-Man 2, TASM 1, and Winter Soldier.

I acknowledge your opinion and respectfully hate it.

 

And just to be clear ... Spider-man isn't apart of any marvel phase. Marvel sold the rights to sony so it 2 completely separate entities.

 

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How the Rhino character was handled in Spidey 2 was really all they could do right now. There already were 2 villains born through failed experiments. To squeeze in a third at the very end would have been silly imo. For now at least it had to be a battlesuit. I do agree Shocker wasn't the best choice for a main villain. Even worse was the decision to go with Jamie Foxx. Seriously it felt like having an obligatory black guy in there, much like Sam Jackson as Nick Fury. Terrible casting...

 

Exactly. Squeezing in that villain was silly. There was absolutely no reason for him unless all he's gonna be is another electro next film which makes it even worse!!

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Seriously it felt like having an obligatory black guy in there, much like Sam Jackson as Nick Fury. Terrible casting...

 

Actually, while most people recognize Nick Fury as the salt a pepper haired slightly aging white gentleman, in the "Ultimate Marvel Universe" established in 2000 on "Earth-1610" the General Nick Fury character was literally modeled after Samuel L. Jackson - and that proved to be a very popular choice for comic fans, so I had no qualms with them actually casting Mr. Jackson for the role. Who's to say the Marvel Cinematic Universe doesn't share that trail with Ultimate Marvel?

 

And @SteelerNation43 is absolutely correct, Spider-Man movies all take place outside the canon of the "Marvel Cinematic Universe" - primarily because the Marvel studio sold the rights to the Columbia Pictures division of Sony. It's why in Amazing Spider-Man you never heard him make a reference to the attack from the Chitarui. Or why Fantastic Four and X-Men don't pop in to help out Thor, because that's actually a 20th Century Fox entity.

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I still have a soft spot in my heart for Spider-Man 2. That film was perfect. I've been pleasantly surprised with the evolution of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, I didn't really care for many of the Phase 1 films, which was weird since I'm a huge marvel comics fan. But the second phase films have been really good so far, especially the Winter Soldier. I don't think I could pick just one film, but it's probably a three-way tie between Spider-Man 2, TASM 1, and Winter Soldier.

I acknowledge your opinion and respectfully hate it.

 

And just to be clear ... Spider-man isn't apart of any marvel phase. Marvel sold the rights to sony so it 2 completely separate entities.

 

Yes, I'm aware of that but the title says "favorite marvel film". I was under the assumption that was all Marvel films, not just marvel cinematic universe films.

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I'm not sure how anyone could have liked the 1st 3 Spiderman films to be honest. The Amazing Spiderman films blew them out of the water in my opinion. And with The Hulk sequel, they're going to have to do a damn good job to make up for the 1st movie which was complete **** in my humble opinion.

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I'm not sure how anyone could have liked the 1st 3 Spiderman films to be honest. The Amazing Spiderman films blew them out of the water in my opinion. And with The Hulk sequel, they're going to have to do a damn good job to make up for the 1st movie which was complete **** in my humble opinion.

 

If i had to rank them...

 

1. Spiderman (i just loved Defoe as the Green Golbin, main reason i have this at 1)

2. The Amazing Spiderman (Garfield as Spiderman was miles better than Toby. Toby's personality as spiderman was just nonexistent. This movie seemed more comic booky to me which i really enjoyed)

3. Spiderman2 (most people seem to think this is the best but im not convinced, still enjoyed it though.)

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As far as a new Hulk movie...If Ruffalo is the star it should be good. Best Banner to date.

 

Hulk just can't carry a movie, doesn't matter who's Banner

 

I think Hulk having a successful stand alone movie is difficult, but not impossible. Here's a list of Hulk's enemies (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Hulk_supporting_characters ):

 

 

Abomination – Emil Blonsky. A gamma-spawned monstrous powerhouse. The Hulk's primary physical rival. He was killed by the Red Hulk with a gun.

Absorbing Man - Crusher Creel. Able to magically "absorb"/duplicate the properties/powers of things/people he touches.

Achilles - Agamemnon's super-strong right-hand man, with nearly absolute invulnerability. Deceased.

Agamemnon - The immortal former leader of the Pantheon, and alleged descendant of a god, turned weary, bored and immensely cynical from his millennia of existence. Cyclically building and destroying civilizations as a personal hobby.

Ajax - An immensely strong childlike bruiser, and member of the Pantheon. Like the Hulk his power increases with his rage, and he has considered the latter as a friend in the past.

Agent Pratt - A malicious calculating operative working for a secret government agency called Home Base. He has a genetic ability to regrow limbs upon death. Quotes Stephen Hawking and appears to be a genius.

Amphibion - Qnax. The sometimes ally, sometimes enemy, warrior champion of the planet Xantares, with great superhuman strength.

Armageddon - Warlord of the star-spanning troyjan empire, with power rivalling the Silver Surfer's. He holds a grudge against the Hulk for accidentally slaying his son Trauma.

Bi-Beast - A giant two-headed android living on a floating island in the sky, and containing the knowledge of the bird people that built it.

Jackdaw - The Leader's former second-in-command, who ultimately turned against him.

Black Fog - A serial killer from India that was captured by the authorities and beaten up badly by the families of his victims. He was freed by Zero/One who replaced his lost limbs with cybernetic limbs and awakened his metahuman gene in her plots to dispose of Red Hulk.

Boomerang - An Australian who gained skills with boomerangs and was recruited by a criminal organization the Secret Empire. He uses different types of boomerangs as weapons.

Brian Banner - Bruce Banner's abusive father, and the murderer of his mother. Deceased when assaulting Bruce, due to a self-defense accident, but pestering him as a vengeful ghost in more recent years.

Collector - A billions of years old being, who keeps himself active by scouring the Universe for unusual additions to his planetary collections of creatures and artifacts.

Flux – A soldier, exposed to a gamma bomb detonation by General Ryker. Deceased.

Galaxy Master – A shapeshifting alien weapon and conqueror, destroying any intelligent life that it considers a potential threat.

Gamma Corps - A series of mutated superhuman military operatives with personal grudges, originally employed by General John Ryker.

Glenn Talbot – Betty Ross' ex-husband, a military officer who tried to kill Bruce Banner and destroy the Hulk. Was the one who personally discovered the truth of Banner's Hulk condition from Rick Jones (who believed that Banner was dead at the time) and revealed it to his superiors. Deceased.

Glob - A shambling bog-monster, with high resistance to physical harm.

Glorian - The reality-warping apprentice of the Shaper of Worlds has come on a collision course with the Hulk during the course of his lessons.

Gremlin - The misshapen, supergenius, Russian son of the Hulk's first enemy, the Gargoyle. Used a Titanium Man armour. Deceased.

Grey Gargoyle - A superstrong thief and mercenary, able to turn others to stone with a touch. The Hulk's healing factor fought off the transformation.

Halflife – Anthony Masterson, a gamma-irradiated power-leech. Dead during the day, and alive during the night. Deceased.

Hammer and Anvil - An embittered African-American and a white supremacist. Escaped convicts permanently shackled to each other by a chain granting them both great physical power, and bonding their life-forces together. Deceased.

Hulkbusters - Various incarnations of military units dedicated to putting the Hulk down.

Humanoids - The Leader's army of super-strong rubber-men, virtually immune to blunt impacts, shown to include the Hulk's fists or Thor's hammer, but they are comparatively easy to immobilise or destroy with energy-based attacks.

John Ryker - A ruthless military general, and brilliant manipulator, who hunted the Hulk to seek a cure for his wife.

Juggernaut - A super-strong, nearly indestructible villain whose power rivals that of the Hulk's.

Kang the Conqueror - A temporal tyrant of a thousand timelines, with futuristic armies at his beck and call.

Kronan the Barbarian – Conan parody,with one eye,featured in a Hulk story,as he travelled to microworld of Jarella.

Leader – A Gamma-irradiated genius with superhuman intelligence and mind-control abilities.

Madman - The Leader's brother, a chaotic, distorted, and clever powerhouse.

Maha Yogi - An ancient mutant and sorcerer with various psychic powers.

Maestro - A barbaric and crafty future version of the Hulk. He’s stated as twice as strong as the ‘merged’ incarnation, and is an experienced, ruthless and dishonourable combatant.

Man-Beast - A wolf evolved to the height of lupine potential. A superstrong malevolent schemer with great psychic powers.

Man-Thing - Ted Sallis. Another shambling swamp-monster driven entirely by instinct. Whatever knows fear burns at his touch.

Matt Talbot - The nephew of Glenn Talbot, and an old friend of Cathy St. Lawrence. He wanted to avenge his uncle by hunting down the Hulk, but was diagnosed with cancer.

Maximus the Mad - The deranged but brilliant brother of Black Bolt and current leader of the Inhumans.

Mephisto - An immensely powerful demon who has tried to corrupt and claim the Hulk's spirit.

Mercy - An enigmatic immortal with multiple powers, including shapeshifting, draining, teleportation, energy-projection, invisibility, astral projection, and self re-assembly. She considers herself on a mission of "mercy" to "help" those who wish to die but don't have the strength to commit suicide.

Metal Master - Hulk's first superhuman adversary. An alien conqueror with practically limitless ability to control all forms of metal.

Missing Link - A radioactive monster with immense strength, a childlike personality, and the ability to reform itself after being destroyed.

Mister Hyde - A savage, super-strong, dark mirror of the Hulk.

MODOK - His name is an acronym for Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing. He possesses vast offensive psionic powers and computing intelligence, and is the leader of Advanced Idea Mechanics

Moonstone - An utterly amoral criminal psychiatrist, with super-strength, force-blasts, intangibility, flight, and capable of quickly coercing mental breakdowns.

Namor the Sub-Mariner - Namor McKenzie. The proud imperial ruler of the world's oceans, and a grudging recurrent ally, but their respective hot tempers have created a strong rivalry and many confrontations over the years.

Nightmare - An immensely powerful dream demon, responsible for driving the Hulk mad and exiled many years ago; later caused the death of Hulk's first unborn child, and raped his wife Betty in her sleep; He also plagued Hulk with nightmarish reality-distortions in more recent years, including the "Devil-Hulk" and the "Homebase" conspiracy.

Ogress - A gamma infused female attorney named Diane Davids. Ogress was a creation of The Leader and later became a member of the Riot Squad.[3] In the Incredible Hulk animated series, she served as a rival for both the Hulk and his cousin She-Hulk. She is voiced by Kathy Ireland.

Omegex - A powerful alien robot built by an ancient alien race who brings an end to the worlds he visits. It is powered by the souls of his victims.

Omnibus - The Leader's supergenius second in command, and briefly serving as a host for his spirit. Deceased.

Onslaught - An enemy of the X-Men who is a combination of Professor X and Magneto.

Pantheon - A pro-active organization of super-powered beings descended from the immortal Agamemnon and titled after the participants in the Trojan War.

Paris - A manipulative prudish empath, and brief leader of the Pantheon, with grudges against both the Hulk and Ulysses.

Piecemeal - A monster engineered from an unwilling scientist, at the Red Skull's behest, mixing up the attributes of any superbeings it encounters.

Psyklop - An humanoid insect scientist-mystic, worshiping a race of elder gods and seeking to use the Hulk as a power-source to revive them. Deceased.

Puffball Collective – An alien group-mind that kept Hulk company during his exile to the crossroads dimension. Eventually revealed as an agent of the N'Garai.

Ravage - A gamma induced monster, created by Professor Geoffrey Crawford's attempts to cure himself of a crippling disease using his Matter Teleportation Device.

Red Hulk – Bruce Banner can also turn into the Red Hulk who is smarter than the Green Hulk but not as strong. The Gray Hulk likes to call himself Joe Fixit.

Red King – The despotic emperor of the planet Sakaar, dethroned by the Hulk and his Warbound.

Reginald Fortean - A US Air Force General who was Thunderbolt Ross' former protégé. He is obsessed with seeking revenge on the Red Hulk (who he believes killed Ross) unaware that Red Hulk and Thunderbolt Ross are one person. He used a gun on Red Hulk that shot remote-activated micro-mines into Red Hulk's brain that would fry Red Hulk's brain when Red Hulk changes back.

Rhino- A Rhinoceros-based villain with super strength, speed, and tough hide like a rhino.

Ringmaster - A master hypnotist, and leader of the Circus of Crime.

Riot Squad - A superpowered unit of the Leader's henchmen, and citizens of his Arctic-based utopia, Freehold.

Rock and Redeemer - A morphing boulder, capable of severely damaging even the Hulk, and an armored living weapons arsenal. Two of the Leader's main enforcers and former members of the Hulkbusters.

Sabra - A super-strong, combat expert, Israeli heroine, with a cloak emitting powerful 'energy-quills', who has recurrently come to blows with the Hulk due to misunderstandings.

Shanzar - Sorcerer Supreme of the strange matter universe. He got tired of protecting his reality from threats and eradicated every sentient being in it, but eventually grew bored and decided to seek out and conquer other realms.

Space Parasite - An alien conqueror with virtually unlimited ability to absorb energy.

Speedfreek wears a power-armour granting him superhuman speed, durability and adamantium weaponry. Deceased.

Sultan Magus - Dagan Shah is a rebel leader who came across Regillian technology and used their weapons to sell to terrorists while organizing Sharzhad (which is on the borders of Libya). Red Hulk and Machine Man came to Sharzhad to investigate Dagan Shah (who Red Hulk believed to be behind the death of his old friend).

Super-Adaptoid - An android with the powers of the Avengers.

Super-Skrull - An alien with all the powers of the Fantastic Four. Hulk's evaluation read: "Your fire can't hurt me, your stretching's a joke, and as for your strength, well... pardon me for not being impressed by an ersatz Thing."

Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross – Betty Ross' father, a military general who used to hunt for the Hulk. He later became Red Hulk

Thing - Ben Grimm, a member of the Fantastic Four, and a frequent rival of the Hulk's, due to consistently being defeated at his hands. They have nonetheless come to understand each other.

Thor – The god of thunder and Hulk's main rival among other superheroes, with many inconclusive confrontations over the years.

Toad Men - Short, squat-faced aliens with magnetic weaponry, and delusions of conquest. Once devastated Washington D.C., killing many military pilots. They are led by Queen Frojya, whatever technology they gained were by stealing it by it from other alien races. They appear in The Incredible hulk 190-191 (Who wanted the shaper of worlds power to themselves).

Trauma - Prince of the Troyjans. An immensely strong warrior, with force-blasts capable of cutting through planets. Deceased.

Tyrannus – An ancient Roman would-be world conqueror, and long-time Hulk villain.

U-Foes - A Fantastic Four counterpart. They blame the Hulk for interrupting the experiment that granted them their powers.

Vector - Leader of the U-Foes

Ironclad -

Vapor -

X-Ray -

Umar - A vastly powerful, sadistic and hedonistic, immortal sorceress, and sister of the mystic entity Dormammu. She finds the Hulk attractive, and has tried to make him into her personal enforcer and sex-slave.

Wendigo - A large cannibalistic monster from the Canadian north woods.

Wildman - An unpredictable scrawny lunatic, in pink bunny slippers, who can temporarily 'borrow' the abilities of the main superheroes on Earth, but is limited to one at a time.

Xemnu the Titan - An alien with superhuman strength, and vast psionic powers, capable of engineering formidable genetic monstrosities.

Zero/One - Dr. Parul Kurinji was a scientist who was exposed to a virus that was created by MODOK. She became an enemy of Red Hulk.

Jacob Feinman - A scientist who fell victim to the Scorched Earth protocols left by Intelligencia which horribly scarred his face. He was approached by Zero/One who agreed to restore his face in exchange for his services.

Zzzax – Electricity-based villain/monster with superhuman strength and the ability to incinerate almost anything it touches. It gains intelligence by feeding on the minds of human beings.

 

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