DC's hulking powerhouses

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  • This hulking guy is a member of the Extremists.

  • This hulking rock man sometimes works with Superboy and the Ravers.

  • A hulking Kryptonian enemy of Superman.

  • He's one of the stranger looking hulking behemouth's in DC Comics. I was actually unhappy when he was killed in the comic books. I hope he'll make a return.

  • The second female on my list, but she sure looks like a male.

  • A big guy from a peaceful society.

  • Standing over 9 feet tall he is an imposing figure in any battle.

  • A hulking alien enemy of Superman.

  • A hulking brute from the sea.

  • Well over 8 feet tall he is an imposing figure whether fighting or plotting.

  • A hulking fallen angel.

  • The hulking collective life force of an alien race. He wasn't much larger than a human being.

  • My first hulking female powerhouse on the list.

  • My first hulking good guy powerhouse on my list.

  • A Qwardian super soldier.

  • In his armored form he is a hulking character.

  • A hulking character based on lions.

  • He killed Superman.

  • I think recently he has been portrayed as a hulking behemouth.

  • This hulking shark is an enemy of Green Lantern.

  • From the far future is a hulking character who joined the Legion of Super-Heroes.

  • A hulking female character from the far future who joined the Legion of Super-Heroes.

  • He started out as an Image Comics character through Wildstorm Comics. Now it looks like he's a member of the DC Universe. That makes him eligible to join this list.

  • He is also new to DC Comics by way of Image Comics' Wildstorm Comics.

  • A hulking alien connected to Superman.

  • A big DC Comics villain.

  • A hulking guy who changes colors.

  • This version of Brainiac looked big and bulky so he deserves a spot on the list.

  • A big bulky guy who is a reverse gender version of Big Barda.

  • A big bulky alien.

  • A hulking alien friend and foe of Superman.

  • This hulking brute is a New God.

  • A hulking clone of Doomsday.

  • A hulking member of the Sinestro Corps.

  • Another hulking member of the Sinestro Corps.

  • A hulking and intelligent super gorilla.

  • A hairy hulking brute.

  • General Eiling's mind in a shaved Shaggy Man's body.

  • A huge hulking alien that gave Superman a hard time.

  • The huge hulking son of Darkseid.

  • A hulking human character.

  • A hulking brute from Wildstorm Comics/ DC Comics.

  • A hulking gorilla.

  • A hulking 4 armed gorilla.

  • He may not be one of the physically strongest, but he sure looks big.

  • He also looks like a big guy.

  • A new hulking creature in DC Comics.

  • A very bulky hulking guy who joined the JLA for a brief time.

  • She is the hulking strong member of the Femal Furies.

  • A hulking lummox.

  • A hulking character in DC Comics.

  • Sometimes he is porptrayed as a hulking powerhouse.

  • The leader of the Creature Commandoes.

  • A hulking character from Wildstorm Comics/ DC Comics.

  • A hulking member of the Outsiders.

  • H hulking alen shark man.

  • A hulking gorilla.

  • A hulking magic using character.

  • A magically created behemouth.

  • A big gray guy.

  • A sometime enemy of Superman this hulking brute also has large claws.

  • From an alternate dimension this hulking brute was the result of cloning Doomsday instead of Superman.

  • A hulking brute who was created by Atrocitus centuries ago.

  • Sometimes Lobo has been portrayed as a ridiculously huge hulking brute.

  • A man's brain that had been copied and put into a hulking robot body.

  • This hulking elephant man has fought the Teen Titans.

  • This hulking powerhouse was a member of the Supermen of America team.

  • This hulking brute was one of the New Bloods.

  • This hulking brute was one of the New Bloods.

  • This hulking brute is from DC's Earth-7 universe and is an imitation of Marvel's Thing from the Fantastic Four.

  • This is a genetically engineered hulking power house.

  • This hulking guy also has the power to create earthquakes.

  • This hulking powerhouse comes from DC's Earth-34. He is an imitation of Astro City's Gentleman, who was an imitation of DC's Captain Marvel.

  • This hulking powerhouse is a member of the Wild Men.

  • A genetically modified bear. He is most likely a hulking powerhouse.

  • A hulking alien that appeared in L.E.G.I.O.N.

  • Blockade appears to be a hulking powerhouse in this picture.

  • One of the hulking super-intelligent gorillas from Gorilla City.

  • This enemy of Captain Marvel appears to be a hulking powerhouse.

  • A hulking demon that was Stanley's pet monster.

  • A hulking behemoth.

  • A hulking big guy.

  • A hulking anthropomorphic iron pig.

  • A hulking character from DC's prehistory.

  • A hulking character from DC's Earth 41. This character is an analog of Youngblood's Badrock.

  • A hulking female powerhouse.

  • A genetically modified or created super intelligent gorilla from Gorilla City.

  • This appears to be a hulking alien.

  • A hulking metahuman powerhouse.

  • A hulking gorilla that had been experimented on to be given genius level intellect and the ability to speak human languages.

  • A hulking alien.

  • A hulking reptile man.

  • A human pumped full of Venom to become a hulking powerhouse.

  • As a member of the Super Intelligent Gorillas this character is a hulking big guy.

  • A man magically changed into a hulking fish man.

  • The hulking powerhouse who fathered Mongul II and Mongal.

  • A hulking female super intelligent ape.

  • A hulking shark man.

  • As an homage to Marvel's Thing of the Fantastic Four this character is also a hulking powerhouse.

  • At times this character appears to be portrayed as a hulking powerhouse.