There are top 10 versions of abomination from marvel comics which are as follows:
2014 saw the debut of Teen Abomination, who originally appeared in Superior Iron Man. The Emil Blonsky Abomination’s superhuman strength and endurance were all acquired by the son of Happy Hogan
Abominatrix was able to compete with She-Hulk, who can easily press 25 tonnes or more, despite the comics’ lack of detailed descriptions of her abilities.
In Tales, To Astonish the original Abomination first emerges and earns a name for himself by going up against the Hulk.
Aberration was endowed with all of the abilities of a standard Abomination, including the capacity to hibernate. She simply shuts down, much like Blonsky, lasting an unlimited amount of time without needing food or even oxygen.
Tyrannus, a supervillain, transplanted his mind into Abomination and took complete control of him in The Incredible Hulk Annual from 1986.
Due to her close call against one of the most powerful Hulks in Marvel Comics, Mess ranks among the strongest Abomination variations.
In The Immortal Hulk, Reginald Fortean underwent a transformation into one of the grotesque Abomination variations from Marvel Comics.
In the 1990s, a crazy crossover between Marvel and DC Comics gave rise to the character Abominite. To give the Amalgam Comics character both of their powers, this character combined the DC Comics characters, Abomination and Hellgrammite.
According to Rick Jones, the Marvel Comics version of the Abomination is the most potent. He changed into a gigantic blue version of the character and gained amazing superhuman strength and durability.
A-Bomb had impressive power, but the Undead Abomination took one of his arms. Despite Emil Blonsky’s passing during the World War Hulk storyline, Abomination was revived using genetic material from Bruce Banner by an unidentified corporation.