We’ll explore some of the most notable Hulk’s Counterparts in DC Universe and examine how they compare to the original.
Maul, also known as Doctor Jeremy Stone, is a superhero and member of the WildC.A.T.s, a team of powerful beings with extraordinary abilities.
Maul was Wildstorm’s take on Marvel’s Hulk, with a similar premise of a timid scientist turned into a monster.
Many believe that the DC Universe has its own version of the Hulk in the form of Loose Cannon, also known as Eddie Walker.
Instead of dying, he gained superhuman abilities that allowed him to walk again and fight against the alien threat.
Solomon Grundy is a fictional character in the DC Universe who first appeared in the 1940s.
The character is based on a nursery rhyme, and his origin story varies depending on the comic book series in which he appears.
Elvis Ethan Avery, known by his superhero name Damage, is the DC Comics counterpart of the Hulk.
Damage starred in his own seventeen-issue solo comic book series, where he struggled with a split-personality.
DC’s Behemoth, a colossal blue infant with immense physical strength, is a character that bears a striking resemblance to the Hulk.
Behemoth, similar to Hulk, is a character who possesses superhuman strength and is capable of causing extensive damage.