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#1 Posted by kingmark14 (1029 posts) - - Show Bio

Scans, too, if you don't mind.

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#2 Posted by MatteoPG (1950 posts) - - Show Bio

He has ketp two mini black holes from crashing into each other. Absurd, I know, but if you ask for the heaviest ever, there you go :)

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#3 Posted by kingmark14 (1029 posts) - - Show Bio

@matteopg: seriously? Which version was that? Also, was that Canon?

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#4 Posted by MatteoPG (1950 posts) - - Show Bio

@kingmark14: I don't have the scan right now, meaybe someone can provide it. I know it was some time ago, so it may not be canon anymore, but it certainly has been.

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#5 Posted by kingmark14 (1029 posts) - - Show Bio
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#6 Edited by UberHulk (695 posts) - - Show Bio

A star in Infinity 6. A star weighs more than Earth so that's more than Thor or Superman (not Silver Age) have lifted. Superman's 'black' hole feat has no context as the black hole was tiny so we don't know the weight. These are Acid Skull's scans :

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#7 Posted by dum529001 (3992 posts) - - Show Bio

hmm...

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#8 Posted by z3ro180 (8772 posts) - - Show Bio

@uberhulk: that's not a feat for hulk if anything it's a feat for the bean reals of thanos.

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#9 Posted by RaynorJ (1503 posts) - - Show Bio
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#11 Posted by RaynorJ (1503 posts) - - Show Bio
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#13 Posted by Jake Fury (21943 posts) - - Show Bio

Is there a 2nd scan? Hulk isn't really lifting anything.

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#15 Edited by Pyrogram (45889 posts) - - Show Bio

@jake_fury said:

Is there a 2nd scan? Hulk isn't really lifting anything.

He is. The spears are holding Hulk down with the weight of a star.

*Sigh* Comic writers *smh* this is why I don't read comics. Weight of a star, lmfao.

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#17 Posted by Wolverine008 (50980 posts) - - Show Bio

@pyrogram said:

@theacidskull said:

@jake_fury said:

Is there a 2nd scan? Hulk isn't really lifting anything.

He is. The spears are holding Hulk down with the weight of a star.

*Sigh* Comic writers *smh*this is why I don't read comics. Weight of a star, lmfao.

But you're on a comic forum..............

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#18 Edited by Pyrogram (45889 posts) - - Show Bio

@theacidskull: I hate Spiderman. He's too weak for what his powers are. He can lift 25 tons yet struggles with people like the Hulk? LOL That's straight BS. You could knock down a skyscraper with a finger flick/strong punch if you were strong enough to attack things with 25 tons, punching somebody multiple times in milliseconds would decimate them. But comics don't use logic >.>

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#19 Edited by Pyrogram (45889 posts) - - Show Bio

@wolverine08: And? I used to read comics. But then I got bored. Does this forum say you MUST read comics to come onto it, show me where, please?

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#20 Posted by RaynorJ (1503 posts) - - Show Bio

Yea holding the weight of 20 planets is where we all draw the line a single planet more and it would be just too silly.

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#21 Posted by Wolverine008 (50980 posts) - - Show Bio

@pyrogram: I was just saying that it is kind of ironic is all :D

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#23 Posted by SheenLantern (7611 posts) - - Show Bio

@jake_fury said:

Is there a 2nd scan? Hulk isn't really lifting anything.

He is. The spears are holding Hulk down with the weight of a star.

And they succeeded in holding him down, so how is it a feat?

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#25 Posted by RaynorJ (1503 posts) - - Show Bio

@sheenlantern: The fact that such ridiculous weight didn't outright kill him or the fact that he isn't lying face deep in dirt and helpless instead holding himself on all fours.

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#26 Posted by Thitiki (4504 posts) - - Show Bio

@theacidskull said:

@jake_fury said:

Is there a 2nd scan? Hulk isn't really lifting anything.

He is. The spears are holding Hulk down with the weight of a star.

And they succeeded in holding him down, so how is it a feat?

That's what I'm wondering? I might just be seeing it wrong but it looks like Hulk is being held down now lifting it?

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#28 Posted by Thitiki (4504 posts) - - Show Bio

@thitiki: If this wight had been put on spider-man he'd be flat out crushed. The fact that hulk isn't dead and the fact that he's on his knees suggest that he's supporting the weight, what's so hard to get about this?

You cleared it up. I just briefly looked at the scans and really didn't get what you were trying to say. It is impressive though on Hulks part like you said. Question though does the blade need to make contact with you to hold you down or does it just have to be near you?

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#29 Edited by z3ro180 (8772 posts) - - Show Bio

@theacidskull: @raynorj: because it's Thanos generals holding him down and beating him up. Even though I am a Thor fan the best part of the book is when Thanos beats him to a pulp.

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#30 Posted by SheenLantern (7611 posts) - - Show Bio

@sheenlantern said:

@theacidskull said:

@jake_fury said:

Is there a 2nd scan? Hulk isn't really lifting anything.

He is. The spears are holding Hulk down with the weight of a star.

And they succeeded in holding him down, so how is it a feat?

he isn't on the ground getting crushed? hulk weighs less than a ton, he he manages to stand on his knees, and he was arguably almost getting up.

why are people trying to refute this? they can't/

Uh, well, if he had stood up, and the villain said "...I....Impossible!" and Hulk said "Hulk strongest one there is!" and punched him, I would agree. But sort of...sitting there, doesn't impressive me, personally.

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#32 Edited by RaynorJ (1503 posts) - - Show Bio

@z3ro180: And that takes away from Hulk the feat of supporting the weight of a star how exactly?

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#33 Edited by Thitiki (4504 posts) - - Show Bio

@theacidskull: Okay I see very interesting and impressive for Hulk. :P

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#34 Posted by RaynorJ (1503 posts) - - Show Bio

@sheenlantern: Yea maybe Hulk should have soloed the entire event, as long as it would appeal to your standards of being impressed than we could all sleep peacefully.

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#37 Edited by SheenLantern (7611 posts) - - Show Bio

@sheenlantern: It doesn't impress you that hulk is on his knees from having the wight of a star on his shoulders, and it doesn't impress you that he's not dead nor crushed?

Not really, it's the freaking Hulk. Let's see him making some gains.

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#39 Posted by Jake Fury (21943 posts) - - Show Bio

Yes, I can see him supporting the weight just barely. That's not a lifting feat though but it is impressive. You can take your average weightlifter and say he can lift X amount of weight but he can most likely support much more.

My biggest problem is "zomg, the weight of a star". If they weighed that much wouldn't the ground and planet underneath be instantly crushed?

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#40 Edited by SheenLantern (7611 posts) - - Show Bio

My biggest problem is "zomg, the weight of a star". If they weighed that much wouldn't the ground and planet underneath be instantly crushed?

Not really. Only if it had the literal mass of a star.

Weight is relative however.

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#41 Posted by Jake Fury (21943 posts) - - Show Bio

@uberhulk said:

A star in Infinity 6. A star weighs more than Earth so that's more than Thor or Superman (not Silver Age) have lifted. Superman's 'black' hole feat has no context as the black hole was tiny so we don't know the weight. These are Acid Skull's scans :

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Not trying to nitpick you but if we don't know the size of "the star" then you shouldn't rule it out like you did the Supes' feat.

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#43 Posted by RaynorJ (1503 posts) - - Show Bio

@sheenlantern said:

@theacidskull said:

@sheenlantern: It doesn't impress you that hulk is on his knees from having the wight of a star on his shoulders, and it doesn't impress you that he's not dead nor crushed?

Not really, it's the freaking Hulk. Let's see him making some gains.

still more impressive than anything thor, hercules, etc have done so eh, I like it.

Not just impressive but far more impressive, as far as i know none of the Marvel hero powerhouses have even come close to this.

Yes, I can see him supporting the weight just barely. That's not a lifting feat though but it is impressive. You can take your average weightlifter and say he can lift X amount of weight but he can most likely support much more.

My biggest problem is "zomg, the weight of a star". If they weighed that much wouldn't the ground and planet underneath be instantly crushed?

It's a comic book dude.... Look at any of Hulks, Thors, Hercs, Juggernauts physical feats and most of them wont make any sense whatsoever. My personal favorite is Thor pulling the Midgard Serpent with a fishing rod that lached itself onto Earth without actually crushing the Earth or destroying it's atmosphere all it did was cause slight Earthquakes lol. And Silver Age Superman... oh man he is in his own category of legendary implausibility.

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#44 Posted by SC (17549 posts) - - Show Bio

Yikes, its comics, probably about 100 characters including Superman, Thor, Garfield and Hulk have lifted things like the infinity book, sword of everything and the lasagna of perpetual mass. Sometimes its not literal and even when it is, its still fake, and often writer dependent. Which means no fake character has true objective fake abilities that are impressively faker than the other fake things that fake their fakeness as well either. Shucky ducky.

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#46 Posted by Pyrogram (45889 posts) - - Show Bio

@sc: I just find it funny. Hulk, lifting a star, supporting the weight of what, (let's say the star was the same as our sun) like over 95% or something of our solar system's mass....And a hammer blow from Thor hurts him.

Things like that make me lose faith in what writers are allowed to write. Feats can be so... Strange.

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#48 Edited by Pyrogram (45889 posts) - - Show Bio

@citizenbane said:

Hulk has never been crushed by the burden of forum posters' fantasies. Why are we talking about puny things like stars?

How is a star Puny?

He was being sarcastic, lol

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#50 Posted by Pyrogram (45889 posts) - - Show Bio