This includes certain mental powers, such as the Hulk's ability to see and interact with astral forms, as shown in The Defenders series. The Hulk's body is capable to adapt itself to new inhospitable environments whenever it is necessary. The incarnation sometimes referred to as "Green Scar" is the physically strongest of the primary Hulk incarnations. The Hulk is immune to all known Earth-based diseases and viruses, including AIDS . However, each of the core Hulk personalities possesses a base strength level. This includes certain mental powers, such as the Hulk's ability to see and interact with astral forms, as shown in The Defendersseries. For example, during a battle with Vector all of the skin and much of the muscle mass of the Hulk were destroyed. Savage Hulk proves him wrong by defeating him in an inner confrontation, destroying the Devil Hulk once and for all... or did he? Appearing next to the bomb itself, Maestro is killed in the same moment that creates the Hulk. The Superhero Database Classification number, or SHDB Class, is a number that represents the overall 'power' of a character. What would happen if these three beings fused togother to become one. This power has come in handy when working with his fellow Defender, Dr. ", "Marvel gears up to launch Avengers Initiative for iOS and Android", Sakaar Completion Guide at Bricks to Life, https://www.marvel.com/articles/games/marvel-realm-of-champions-global-pre-registration, "Marvel's Avengers Reveals First Look at Hawkeye DLC, Maestro Hulk, and Teases Black Panther", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Maestro_(character)&oldid=991651625, Marvel Comics characters who are shapeshifters, Marvel Comics characters who can move at superhuman speeds, Marvel Comics characters with superhuman strength, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Super strength, speed, stamina and durability, immortality, Genius-level intellect, Regenerative healing factor, Radiation absorption, Resistance to mind control, and Ability to see, The Maestro appears as an unlockable costume for the Hulk in the 2008, The Maestro appears as an unlockable costume for the Hulk in the 2012 mobile game, The Maestro appears as an alternate costume for the Hulk in, This page was last edited on 1 December 2020, at 03:58. [21], Eight months later as part of Marvel's All-New, All-Different Marvel branding, the Maestro is seen working for the Collector as his "Summoner" in the new Contest of Champions. [19] Maestro was eventually released from the illusion he was trapped on by God Emperor Doom[20] and is seen helping him against the riots in Doomstadt. On more than one occasion, the Hulk has nearly jumped into orbit. He can operate under intense conditions for extended periods of time due to his body not developing fatigue toxins quickly. The other Agents of S.M.A.S.H. The increase of power, speed, and healing factor with increase of anger. However, A-Bomb's future self also traveled back in time to warn the agents of S.M.A.S.H. In the future, after a devastating nuclear war Hulk has absorbed a large amount of radiation, which increased his physical strength, but also made it possible to maintain a brilliant intellect, Benner. Maestro is also impressively charismatic, manipulative, and persuasive, as he convinces Thing and his rebels to aid him, their greatest enemy, and is considered one of God-Doom's most loyal barons, despite plotting to destroy him. [9] However, Doc Green eventually recognized the potential dangers of the 'Maestro' aspects of his personality when he realized that part of him enjoyed eliminating his 'rivals', deciding to accept the eventual loss of his intellect as Extremis wore off rather than risk that persona emerging. This doesn't mean that a higher class would always beat a lower class character. Powers Despite being over 100 years old and clearly While in a functionally calm state, the Gray Hulk is able of lifting 70 tons, the Savage Hulk can lift 90 tons, and the Professor Hulk can lift about 100 tons. But the Hulk decides that Rebecca doesn't deserve the hell she's been trapped within. Instead, the Hulk draws her close and sees her within the Below-Place. Devil Hulkis an evil, demonesque Hulk who mocks the Savage Hulk for being a "frightened child" and for not being strong enough to coexist. Genis-Vell and Spider-Man 2099 eventually return to their own time, with no consequence for the Maestro, when the elderly Rick uses his ability to wield Thor's hammer Mjolnir to defeat Thanatos. The Hulk's body counteracts fatigue poisons that build up in his muscles during physical activity. WARNING: The following contains spoilers for Maestro #3, by Peter David, German Peralta, Jesus Aburtov, Dale Keown, Jason Keith, and VC’s Ariana Maher, on sale now. The Maestro first appeared as the main antagonist in The Incredible Hulk: Future Imperfect #1-2 (December 1992 – January 1993). Powers/Abilities: The Maestro has the exact same abilities as the Hulk but at a higher level due to the years of gamma absorption. The Hulk, however, is far more powerful than Arm'Cheddon, who is comparable or more powerful than Silver Surfer, Hulk didn't struggle to defeat him, World Breaker Hulk is essentially a far more powerful World War Hulk, for perspective, World War Hulk, while suppressed defeated a full power Sentry, remember, he was holding back, World Breaker Hulk is FAR more powerful than World War Hulk even going all out, Hulk has destroyed entire universes against Darkcrawler, and again against Nightmare, he even once shook an infinite number of Dimensions, most recently, The Immortal Hulk was able to shake off Jane Foster, Wonderman, Rouge and Hercules like they were insects, that was after tanking an Asgardian level attack without even flinching. He had found the happy medium between being Bruce and The Hulk and had complete control in his big green form. The Maestro has been absorbing gamma radiation from the Hulk each time he returns to the site, gradually restoring himself. The Hulk's instincts led him to Rick Jones and Betty and the Hulk located the Abomination with no prior knowledge of his whereabouts. 1 Dr. Bruce Banner 2 Savage Hulk 3 Joe Fixit 4 Merged Hulk/The Professor. Armageddon or Arm'Cheddon once wanted to use Hulk's own energy to power machines capable of bringing his son back to life. The Hulk can survive on very little sustenance, but after the Hulk adapts to a hostile environment (like space) he no longer needs sustenance and does not need air, water, food, or sleep. However, since the time Maestro was resurrected the Hulk has continued to return to the gamma bomb site, suggesting that there is more to his ability than merely the Maestro's spirit. Maestro was able to carve out a large portion of earth as his Kingdom after a nuclear war which left most of Earths heroes dead 4.2K views View 116 Upvoters This applies even if the Hulk is in another dimension. Knowing Hulk will soon heal, he shows Hulk around the city, attempting to convince his younger self to side with him, but realizes that the Hulk is pretending to be more injured than he is with the intention of launching an attack. The two end up battling their present-day Earth-616 counterparts before being forced to flee. Guilt Hulk is one of the many alter-egos of Bruce Banner, better known to the world as the Hulk - much as the Devil Hulk embodies all of Bruce Banner's hatred and rage at the world the Guilt Hulk embodies all of Bruce's guilt over the horrors that he has lived through as well as the daily rampages his green-skinned alter ego engages in. The Maestro, as a version of the Hulk, possesses all the same powers: extraordinary superhuman strength, endurance, resistance to harm and disease, and regenerative ability, which increase with his rage. Maestro overpowered hulk and that’s really hard to do considering the crazy things hulk has done. Created by writer Peter David and artist George Pérez, the character first appeared in The Incredible Hulk: Future Imperfect #1 (December 1992). Although Hulk's ability to improvise allows him to score some effective blows against the Maestro, the Maestro's superior strength and experience, combined with his knowledge of the Hulk's strategies, allow him to easily dominate the Hulk and break his neck. The Hulk is one of the most powerful beings in the universe since his powers increase with his rage, because of that he is capable of matching the power of beings like Thor and severely overpowering beings such as Silver Surfer, the Hulk is able to go far beyond universal levels of power, perhaps at his best, Multiversal feats. However, about one hundred years afterwards, the Hulk (now operating in a state where he had Bruce Banner's intelligence) broke out of the VR machine they were using to keep him contained and decided to work on rebuilding the world himself[1]. This video explores the abilities, powers, and origin of the Marvel Comics character "Maestro." The Maestro's gamma absorption powers mean that he's been slowly feeding off the Hulk to regenerate himself. His corpse actually eats the excess gamma energy that leaks out of the Hulk … [8], When the Hulk was "upgraded"' to the persona of Doc Green (a version of the Hulk with access to Banner's intellect after being treated with Extremis following being shot in the head), he began to experience dream-like visions of the Maestro while hunting down and 'curing' all other gamma-based mutations, creating the possibility that Doc Green would eventually become his dark future self, starting with him contemplating growing a beard. His strength has been additionally described as limitless. Jan 12, 2016 - Explore Kevin Metzger's board "Maestro Hulk", followed by 513 people on Pinterest. This guy should win. The Hulk is capable of withstanding high caliber bullets, powerful explosives, pressures extremes, falls from orbital heights , maximized heat without blistering, maximized cold without freezing, and great impacts. With the agents' help, the future A-Bomb is able to cure the Hulk, changing the future and causing himself and the Maestro to fade away. The Mighty Thor cited that the Hulk may be stronger. As in normal human beings, Banner's adrenal medulla secretes large amounts of adrenaline in time of fear, rage, or stress, which hormonally stimulates the heart rate, increases blood-sugar levels, and inhibits sensations of fatigue. Gaining even greater strength than before from absorbing the excess radiation after the nuclear holocaust, this new Hulk eventually built the new city state of Dystopia apparently by himself, including field generators to protect the human population from the excess radiation. The Hulk also shows incredible precision with his ability to aim his jumps and landings. The extent to which Hulk controls his own energy, and foreign sources of energy, is yet to be determined, on another occasion, World Breaker Hulk completely dominated him. Although the Hulk expresses little interest in helping ordinary people for the sake of helping them after they caused the apocalypse, when Rick reminds him that most of the people close to Hulk were just normal humans, he infiltrates the remains of Alchemax to create the Dogs of War to oppose Hercules's forces[3]. Strange, who is able to leave his body in an usually invisible, ghost-like state better known as an astral form. He has grabbed missiles of the air on multiple occasions and landed on tiny islands that were barely visible from the height he fell from. Every Super Power has a score (SPS) that is used to calculate the Class. [10], At some point, the Maestro (or possibly an alternate universe version of him) is sent back in time alongside the "Days of Future Past" version of Wolverine as part of a secret assignment. An image of the Maestro once explained to Bruce that the reason he was able to do that was because the Maestro's spirit was there, calling to him. The fight between two former heroes that by any reason is turned villains. [11], When Spider-Man 2099 attempts to return to his own time after the events of Spider-Verse, he ends up in a world accidentally devastated by Alchemax and ruled by the Maestro, who mistakes Miguel for the original Spider-Man. stop a Gamma Meteor (which was previously forewarned by High Evolutionary in " Future Shock ") before it can hit the Earth. An outraged Maestro later awakens to find himself as a captive in the Collector's display room. However, the Hulk outsmarted him by consciously force-feeding his own energy into the machines at a rate too fast for them to handle and they promptly overloaded and exploded. [13] The Maestro timeline is described by Miguel O'Hara as having overwritten the 2099 timeline he originated from.