Friday, March 18, 2016

So, Who Would Win?: The Hulk Vs. Hulk 2099


Still hungover from celebrating St. Pat's yesterday or are you saving it for this weekend?

Continuing the unofficial official theme from last week, I'm pitting established Marvel superheroes against their futuristic 2099 counterparts again in this week's edition of So, Who Would Win?
This week I'm pitting the Incredible Hulk against the Hulk of 2099.

Now these two are pretty much very similar to each other in terms of strength, durability, invulnerability, etc.

The only few differences that stand out are the immediate physical one like Hulk 2099 sporting some mean fangs and claws. and a serious case of back hair.

The only other differences is that initially John Eisenhart( Hulk 2099's real name) was able to control his transformations into the Hulk, whereas in the beginning and for a long while, the original Hulk couldn't. Also, Eisenhart and his Hulk persona were not two separate personalities, but rather one and the same. Eventually though that would chance and then Eisenhart and the Hulk 2099 persona became two separate and distinct personalities, but with a twist; Eisenhart became more savage and ruthless, while the Hulk persona grew more and more heroic over time.
Hulk 2099, despite his vast powers, did not live to see the last days of the 2099verse, instead dying
at the hands of Doom 2099-run S.H.I.E.L.D organization.


The Incredible Hulk


The Hulk 2099

Who Wins and Why?
Let me know who you think should be the last Hulk standing.


The King of Thessaly said...

Never liked the look of Hulk 2099. The Venom-esque teeth and tongue... and the mane... just no.
Was he before or after Pitt?
Anyways- Hulk wins. Because of spite.

Dale Bagwell said...

Yeah me neither man. He looks like a fuck-ugly, roided up Lizard wanna-be.
As for who showed up first, that would be Pitt, who debuted around November of '92, while Hulk2099 debuted in September of '93.

Yeah, I think so too. If nothing else, Hulk would just outlast him, 'cause the Hulk.

The King of Thessaly said...

Okay then, yeah... they took Pitt and Venom and put them in Dale Keown's blender- and that's what we got.

Hulk is strongest there is.

Dale Bagwell said...

Ha ha, nice. I don't know about venom, but he definitely looks like an evil muppet version of a baby the Hulk and the Lizard had, or if the Hulk and the Lizard from the ASM movie had a baby, there you go.

Kinda reminds of a messed up version of Dinosaur Neil now that I think about it.

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