Battles Of The Week: Superman vs Hulk (DC vs Marvel)

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BATTLES OF THE WEEK

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Writers and Artists

Ron Marz, Peter David and Dan Jurgens, Claudio Castellini.

SYNOPSIS FOR “ROUND THREE”

In order to determine whose universe lives, the Brothers have chosen champions from each universe to do battle. As the contests continue, two superheroes must face off.

Their battle to save their universes.

IN DC VS MARVEL

SUPERMAN SPRINGS INTO ACTION!
In 'Marvel Versus DC' (1996) #3, Clark Kent changes into Superman.
In ‘Marvel Versus DC’ (1996) #3, Clark Kent changes into Superman. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

Enter the two contestants at the Grand Canyon. On the left side is Superman, the Man of Steel and on the right side is Hulk, the Green Goliath.

Let’s look at the stats.

Superman in the Middle East hovering over the land to stop a war.
SUPERMAN – NEW EARTH
Super Strength: Planetary 50%
Super Speed: Supersonic 58%
Durability: Stellar 58%
Energy Projection: Continent 42%
Fighting Skills: Metahuman 67%
Intelligence: Leader 33%
PARAPHERNALIA
  • All items at the Fortress of Solitude.
WEAKNESSES
  • Vulnerability to Kryptonite.
  • Vulnerability to Magic.
  • Vulnerability to Red Solar Radiation.
HULK – EARTH-616
Super Strength: Continent 42%
Super Speed: Warrior 33%
Durability: Planetary 50%
Energy Projection: Metahuman 17%
Fighting Skills: Combatant 33%
Intelligence: Genius 42%
PARAPHERNALIA
  • BannerTech PDA.
  • BannerTech Shield/Gamma Dome Generator.
  • BannerTech Wrist-Watch Teleporter.
WEAKNESSES
  • Gamma Radiation Draining.
  • Radiation Bombardment.
  • Gas Inhalation.
  • Adamantium and Vibranium Blades.
  • Magic.

CHECK OUT THE ACTION: CYBORG VS GRID.

THE FIGHT

Clark Kent changes into Superman and heads to the scene of a fight between Hulk and Metallo. On the scene, Superman and Hulk are teleported to the Grand Canyon to do battle.

The battle to decide who is the strongest!

DAMAGE SCALE



The fight starts out with Hulk punching Superman in a surprise attack. Superman hits the ground, comes back and hits Hulk with a dose of heat vision.

HULK BLUNT FORCE + CONCUSSION ATTACKS: 1 DAMAGE PT + 3 DAMAGE PTS = 4 DAMAGE PTS.
SUPERMAN ENERGY MANIPULATION ATTACK: 6 DAMAGE PTS.


On the following page, Superman and Hulk trade blows.

HULK BLUNT FORCE ATTACK (x2): 1 DAMAGE PT (x2) = 2 DAMAGE PTS.
SUPERMAN BLUNT FORCE ATTACK (x2): 1 DAMAGE PT (x2) = 2 DAMAGE PTS.




On the final page, Superman goes all-out and knocks out Hulk with a punch.

SUPERMAN CONCUSSION: 3 DAMAGE PTS.

At the end of the battle, Superman wins the battle.

TOTAL


SUPERMAN’S NEGATIVE DAMAGE:

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-6 DAMAGE PTS.

-(6 DAMAGE PTS * 13583226.84 N * 1 Ton of TNT)/(4.2*10^9 J) = -31.2286146896 PTS * Ton of TNT.

DURABILITY: STELLAR

Durability: Stellar 58%
HULK’S NEGATIVE DAMAGE:

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-11 DAMAGE PTS.

-(11 DAMAGE PTS * 3.54*10^22 N * 1609.34 m * 1 Ton of TNT)/(4.2*10^9 J) = -1.4920881e+17 PTS * Ton of TNT.

DURABILITY: CONTINENT

Durability: Continent 42%

OUTCOME: SUPERMAN WINS BY KNOCKOUT

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HULK IN COMICS

‘The Incredible Hulk’ (1962) #1, titled “The Hulk”, marks the first appearance of Hulk in Marvel continuity. The issue is the origin story of the Hulk and recounts his gamma ray accident.

‘The Incredible Hulk’ (1962) #1, titled “The Hulk”, marks the first appearance of Hulk in Marvel continuity. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

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Marvel Versus DC Vol 1 3 in Marvel Database.
Incredible Hulk Vol 1 1 in Marvel Database.

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Super Power: Superman’s Immeasurable Heat Vision

SUPER POWER

Superman’s heat vision.

Today, we talk about heat vision! This is a super power that puts fear into the hearts of friends and foes alike.

As we all know, Superman is an alien from the planet Krypton. As Krypton was exploding, his parents, Jor-El and Lara put him on a ship, and set course for Earth, in order to save their child from impending doom! He was adopted and raised by Jonathan Kent and Martha Kent and raised to become Superman, the champion of Earth and working by day as mild-mannered reporter Clark Kent in the city of Metropolis.

Under yellow solar radiation absorption, Superman’s dense cells become super-charged with yellow solar energy radiation, granting him fantastic super powers, among them, heat vision.

Read on!

Heat Vision: Superman can fire beams of intense heat from his eyes. These beams can be made invisible, allowing him to work undetected, and can be adjusted to affect matter on a microscopic level. Feats include powering up the giant ion planet moving engines, annihilating an army of Doomsday clones in one blast,[320] potentially rivaling the heat of a Star and bypassing a target’s outer shell, avoiding damage to a person’s skull for surgical purposes.

– Kal-El (New Earth), DC Database

Superman’s heat vision has been used by our beloved superhero for both offensive and defensive capabilities. Superman’s use of heat vision allows him to operate undetected as he can use low-level radiation of heat vision to cut his beard or heat a cup of tea. Also, he can fire a blast of heat vision at an enemy, generate rapid-fire, or even operate at the microscopic or sub-atomic level, combining heat vision and microscopic vision to reach microscopic agents, whether these are advanced technology, sub-atomic particles or even nullify other foes’ powers such as invisibility and intangibility.

How cool is that?

In Superman #218 (2005) it has been stated during Disaster Week that Superman’s heat vision is “off the charts by any standard scientific measures”.

In 'Superman #218' (2005), it is stated during Disaster Week that Superman's heat vision is "off the charts by any standard scientific measures".
In ‘Superman #218’ (2005), Superman fires his heat vision. (Photo/DC Comics)

The intensity of heat vision can reach the surface of the yellow sun or greater. Its range is practically outside known measurements as it can cover interplanetary distance and affords Superman great precision. Its precision is such that Superman’s heat vision can melt metal to its melting point.

In Superman #185 (2002), Superman melts Major Force’s alien metal skin called the Dilustel Armor. The Dilustel Armor was created after 1969 (when Major Force had been court-martialed and sentenced to life imprisonment) during the Project Atom experiments when the metal was subjected to a nuclear blast encapsulated to the subject.

Dilustel Armor: Major Force’s metallic shell, or “skin”, is composed of a portion of the alien being known as Silver Shield, and is called Dilustel. Pieces of the aliens metal body were used in the Major Force Project, Project Captain Atom and similar projects thereafter. Unlike Captain Atom However, Force is able to coat himself with the metal yet unable to either partially or totally coat himself and therefore cannot revert to a human appearance. Force’s symbiosis with the metal is such that even partially armored he is able to access the Quantum Field.

Clifford Zmeck (New Earth), DC Database

Check Out The Action: Power Scale: Superman, Superman #185.

In 'Superman #185' (2002), Superman melts Major Force's Dilustel Armor with a high dose of heat vision countering the claims that he is a boy scout and polite.
In ‘Superman #185’ (2002), Superman battles Major Force. (Photo/DC Comics).
In 'Superman #185' (2002), Superman melts Major Force's Dilustel Armor and hovers above him saying: "Are we clear, Major?"
In ‘Superman #185’ (2002), Superman melts Major Force’s Dilustel Armor. (Photo/DC Comics)

SUPER FEAT: IN SUPERMAN/BATMAN #80 (2011), SUPERMAN USES HIS HEAT VISION TO ESCAPE EPOCH’S OMEGA BARRIER BY CAUSING PARTICLES AND ANTI-PARTICLES VIRTUAL PAIRS TO APPEAR OUTSIDE, COLLIDE AND DESTROY EACH OTHER OUTSIDE THE OMEGA BARRIER SHATTERING IT.

In 'Superman/Batman #80' (2011), Superman fires his heat vision on particles and anti-particles to shatter Epoch's Omega Barrier.
In ‘Superman/Batman #80’ (2011), Superman fires his heat vision on particles and anti-particles to shatter Epoch’s Omega Barrier. (Photo/DC Comics)

Superman’s heat vision allows him to release the stored yellow solar radiation in his cells in a controlled manner. It is a focused beam of heat that Superman releases. In a sense, it is an extension of his yellow solar radiation absorption.

Visit Heat Vision on Superman Wiki.

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