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Encyclopedia > List of Hulk supporting characters

Enemies

  • Abomination
  • Absorbing Man
  • Agamemnon
  • Ajax
  • Alien Kid
  • Anacondas
  • Ape Men
  • Armaggeddon
  • John Armbruster
  • Amphibion
  • Aquon
  • Bi-Beast
  • Brian Banner
  • Boomerang
  • Yuri Brevlov
  • Caiman
  • Captain Barracuda
  • Captain Cybor
  • Captain Omen
  • Changellings
  • Circus of Crime/Ringmaster
  • Cobalt Man
  • Crypto-Man
  • D'Spayre
  • Dark Hulk
  • Devastator
  • Devil Hulk
  • Draxon
  • Death Riders
  • Droog
  • Ivan Drenkov
  • Elephantine
  • Farnoq
  • Fialan
  • Flux
  • Fragment
  • Jack Frost
  • The Galaxy Master
  • Gamma Mutants
  • Gargoyle
  • General Axis
  • General Fang
  • Geralt
  • Glazier
  • Glob
  • Glorian
  • Gremlin
  • Gold Bug
  • Half-Life (II)
  • Harpy
  • Hulkbusters
  • Ice Monsters
  • The Inheritor
  • Inscetoids
  • Jackdaw
  • Judson Jakes
  • Juggernaut
  • Kaa
  • Dr.Hassan Kareem
  • Klaatu
  • Kronac
  • Krylorian
  • The Leader
  • Leoninus
  • Living Colossus
  • Living Arsenal
  • Lord Visis
  • Locust
  • Madman
  • Magog
  • Maha Yogi
  • Mandroid
  • Man Beast
  • Man Thing
  • Maestro
  • Maximum the Mad
  • Mecha Hulk
  • Megalith
  • Mercy
  • Metal Master
  • Mr.Hyde
  • Mitch Gips
  • Mr.Coot
  • Mistress Fara
  • Missing Link
  • MODOK
  • Mogol
  • Mongu
  • Muggers
  • Necrophagh
  • Night Flier
  • Omnibus
  • Professor Phobos
  • Psyklop
  • Quintronic Man
  • Qnax
  • Pariah
  • The Pantheon
  • Piecemeal
  • Prometheus
  • Puffball Collective
  • Ravage
  • Red Knight
  • Redentor
  • Rhino
  • Riotsquad
  • Thunderbolt Ross
  • John Rykers
  • Savage Bull
  • Sandman
  • Sort of Kang
  • Space Parasite
  • Speedfreak
  • Stalker
  • Max Stryker
  • Super Adaptoid
  • Super Humanoid
  • Super Skrull
  • Swamp Men
  • Glenn Talbot
  • Matt Talbot
  • Toad Men
  • Trauma
  • Troyjans
  • Tyrannus
  • Umbu
  • U-Foes
  • Valkyrie
  • Volcan Creatures
  • Warlock Dragonus
  • Wendigo
  • Wildman
  • Woodgod
  • Xemnu
  • Xeron
  • Zzzax

The Abomination is a comic book supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe. ... The Absorbing Man is a fictional character, a supervillain in the Marvel Universe. ... Boomerang is a supervillain in the Marvel Universe. ... The Ringmaster (real name Maynard Tiboldt) is a fictional supervillain who is featured in Marvel Comics. ... Devil Hulk is a fictional villain at the Marvel Comics universe. ... Flux is a fictional villain at the Marvel Comics universe. ... There are two fictional characters in the Marvel Universe that are named Halflife with two distinct origins. ... Harpy is a fiction character of Marvel Comics. ... For other uses, see Juggernaut (disambiguation). ... The Leader (Samuel Sterns) is a Marvel Comics supervillain and an archenemy of the Hulk. ... The comic Madman was created by Mike Allred in 1991. ... The Maestro is an incarnation of The Incredible Hulk as a supervillain from an alternate future timeline set roughly 100 years from the present. ... Mercy is a fictional villain at the Marvel Comics universe. ... Mister Hyde (Calvin Zabo) is a Marvel Comics supervillain. ... MODOK is a fictional character, a supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Ravage is a fictional villain at the Marvel Comics. ... The Rhino (Aleksei Mikhailovich Sytsevich) is a comic book supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe, and an enemy of Spider-Man. ... General Thaddeus E. Thunderbolt Ross is a fictional character of Marvel Comics. ... For other comic book series and characters called The Sandman, see The Sandman (comics). ... Colonel Glenn Talbot is a fictional character and an armed-villain in the Marvel Comics universe. ... U-Foes is the name of a Marvel comic book supervillian team that gained their superpowers by taking a cue from the Fantastic Four and going up into outerspace, and getting hit by cosmic rays. ... The Wendigo is a fictional character in Marvel comics that is based on the mythical creature of the same name. ... Xemnu the Titan, also known as Xemnu the Hulk, is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Zzzax (sometimes spelled Zzaxx) is a fictional character, an elemental supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe. ...

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Conversely, comics based on "outlaw" characters like Spider-Man and the X-Men do exist, but are not accurate to the characters within the fictional universe, as information about their secret identities and other aspects of their lives are not public knowledge.
Knowing that female characters were a harder sell on the big screen, Marvel Comics hired statuesque actress Brigitte Nielsen to pose for photos dressed in She-Hulk garb in order to give potential investors a visual idea of what can be done with the character.
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