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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Soul # 7 View Post
    That's a Hulk amped by celestial tech. Not really the standard for the character.
    I strongly suspect Apocalypse just gave him some fetishgear to wear
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThunderingHammer View Post
    And he easily cracked that cage with one blow. Rocking the entire hellicarrier in the process which was already in bad shape.
    Thor didn't rock the entire helicarrier. He shook the cage he was in. He didn't strike at the cage again while it was on the helicarrier, out of fear of shaking the cage loose and dropping it out of the helicarrier.

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    As Tom Brevoort always says it depends by who's writing the story.

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    This thread reminds me of this...

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    norse god of thunder > gamma monster

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    Not sure if this helps at all, especially since I don't have any scans to back it up.

    Thor has "supposedly" always been written as holding back. When he's been show to cut loose he's let loose some damage that I doubt the Hulk could take (but it all depends on who writes it) In some of the really old issues Thor has punched holes in Galactus's armor, let loose the "god force" and dropped some heavy hitters. Now ne has some axe that kills celestials

    Now if he went sans weapon, and they fought H2H. My money is on Hulk
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    Here's how it is.

    Hulk is more powerful physically.

    Thor has more powers/versatility due to Mjolnir.

    Both are extremely durable.

    Both have some extremely incredible, high-end feats of power and well-known battles against vastly powerful beings.

    But when it comes down to who is more powerful overall, the real answer is neither.

    They're evenly matched.

    But, if it is strictly H2H, it's quite obvious that Hulk would be victorious.

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    Soooo...

    1. Neither one fights at full power
    2. Neither one fights to kill
    3. Neither one has the advantage, after 50 years.

    My money is on... neither one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenScar1990 View Post
    Here's how it is.

    Hulk is more powerful physically.

    Thor has more powers/versatility due to Mjolnir.

    Both are extremely durable.

    Both have some extremely incredible, high-end feats of power and well-known battles against vastly powerful beings.

    But when it comes down to who is more powerful overall, the real answer is neither.

    They're evenly matched.

    But, if it is strictly H2H, it's quite obvious that Hulk would be victorious.
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    All depends on the writer. They'll probably never have a true "winner."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marvel_Is View Post
    Good answer

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    It it was up to me, I'd give the win to Thor.

    In the first years, I think Thor was superior to the Hulk.
    In classic comics, I don't think there ever was a true winner. They were more or less equals. Hulk may have been stronger, but he knew that Mjolnir was a serious threat.

    In recent comics, Hulk is definitely the favorite.
    There was this story where he knocked down Thor with his own hammer.
    Another one in which the Agents of Atlas travel in the past and meet the riginal Avengers. I believe that Hulk was clearly stronger than Thor in that story (althoug he wasn't in Lee/Kirby stories)
    So since even the past is retconned in favor of Hulk, I'm pretty sure that today's Hulk >> today's Thor.

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    In terms of physical strength, I will have to favor Hulk.

    In terms of overall power, I have to go with Thor.

    As for the fight in the Avengers movie, it's very likely Hulk would have pushed Thor's sh!t in.

    I don't think Joss Whedon thinks Thor is as strong as the Hulk.

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    Honestly I could care less who would win in a fight. If Hulk is in favor, okay good for him. But I prefer Thor I enjoy more of his stories and mythos over Hulk. Since the majority of Hulk's stores seem to be resolved with Hulk pushing beyond his strength level so theres nothing dire for me to get invested in. With Thor I get to see him face off against a cadre of different foes with different powers beyond just super strength foes. But I guess I'm just being ignorant to the Hulk stories save perhaps the Pak run but even than he falls into the trap of resolving a Hulk story with The angrier he gets.

    As to the movie version the two are varying but the movie needed to display each member differently Thor is power and Hulk is Strength. So either one can KO the other with ease.

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