Hulk appears in 6725 issues.
The Fury is a fierce female-bird hybrid created by Leoninus and joins his faction of the Changelings.
The Grand Inquisitor of the planet K'ai (Jarella's World).
Quasimodo is a character originating in the novel "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" (1831) by Victor Hugo. His story has been adapted to several films and comic books deriving from them.
Backsides beware! The heinous headmaster known as the Spanker is the Corporal of corporal punishment.
The unfortunate member of the Fantastic Four. Ben is literally made of stone but has a big heart.
The Thing and The Hulk are often the classic battle of strength match up in the Marvel Universe.
Thor is the All-father of Asgard /God of Thunder, offspring of The omnipotent Odin & the Elder Earth-Goddess Gaea. Combining the powers of both realms makes him an elder-god hybrid and a being of unparalleled potential. Armed with his enchanted Uru hammer Mjolnir which helps him to channel his godly energies.The mightiest and the most beloved warrior in all of Asgard, a staunch ally for good and one of the most powerful beings in the multiverse. Thor is also a founding member of the Avengers.
Once a physicist who built a gamma bomb which was then stolen, the man later called the Thunderball was jailed after he tried to recover it. He there met the Wrecker and gained his powers. They joined forces with the Piledriver and the Bulldozer to form the Wrecking Crew.
Both General Ross and the Red Hulk have fought against the Hulk a number of times.
Tiger Shark is a human who has had his DNA modified to include a tiger shark's and Namor's DNA.
Greer Nelson (née Grant) first appeared, as The Cat in the comic, of the same name. She later became Tigra through a mystic ritual that bound the soul of one of the Cat People, to her own.
The aerobics instructor at Hefty Huggable Women's Health Club has a secret. She is none other that pillaging, plus-sized princess of power... TILLIE THE HUN!
The Tinkerer is a Marvel character with an almost superhuman gift of genius in engineering, able to invent incredible gadgets from spare parts left lying around. His genius is comparable to the Fixer.
Titannus is a product of the Skrull equivalent of the Super-Soldier program.
Leader of the terrible toad men from outer space who seek to destroy the planet Earth.
A criminal scientist from the 23rd century who joined the Chronarchists.
Torgo, the robot ruler of Mekka is a fierce warrior that leads the Hulk-Hunters.
A gifted chemical biologist and geneticist, June Covington is Toxic Doxie. Aiding Norman Osborn in his escape from prison, Toxic Doxie went on to join his newest team of Avengers before her arrest and subsequent placement on the government's Thunderbolts team.
Tragg was a member of an unnamed subterreanian race which were unknowingly wiped out by underground atomic testing.
A genius chemist who invented a potent multi-polymer adhesive and immediately decided to use his invention to commit crimes. First assuming the identity of Paste-Pot Pete, he changed it to the more intimidating name of the Trapster.
Trauma is a hated enemy of the Pantheon of which the Hulk was a member.
Trauma was one of the top recruits of The Initiative trained at Camp Hammond, specifically trained by by the New Mutant, Moonstar. His power to sense what people are afraid and then morph into their worse fear enabled him to be a prolific combatant and talented therapist.
A mysterious cosmic force dedicated to fixing the universe's problems...unless it isn't.
A Titan who is the son of Gaea and Tartarus whose sole purpose in life was to overthrow the Olympian Gods and claim the world as his. In ancient times he was defeated by Zeus. He has returned in modern times and has made an enemy of Hercules.
A warrior in service to Attuma.
Tyrannus is an immortal supervillain in the Marvel Universe.
Dr. Bruce, or David Banner, becomes the Incredible Hulk, a creature of limitless strength whenever the Doctor is angry or excited in some way.
Created by Henry Pym to be a technological landmark, Ultron soon intellectually surpassed his "father" and eventually fought the Avengers after organizing the Masters of Evil. He has clashed with the Avengers numerous times, driven by his hatred of all organic life and his desire to witness its total destruction.
The Hulk was Umar Sex Slave at one time
Extra-terrestrial Robot, protector of the Sagittarian Planet-Destroyer, worshipped by The Swamp Men.
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