The Best Hulk Villains of All Time

In the years since his debut, Hulk's unique backstory allowed for a different kind of comic book, one populated by mutated geniuses, dedicated military officials, and several evil versions of himself.

One of the most significant pieces of Marvel-related news we've learned recently is that Harrison Ford will be stepping into the role of General “Thunderbolt” Ross. Set to debut in Captain America: New World Order, Ford will inherit the role from the late great William Hurt, one of the MCU‘s earliest and most memorable antagonists.

In the wake of that announcement, we thought we'd look back at some of the greatest villains in the Hulk's long history.

U-Foes

In the most straightforward terms, the U-Foes are essentially an evil version of the Fantastic Four, having become superpowered villains after trying (and failing) to replicate the experiment that turned Reed Richards and his team into the heroes they are today.

Juggernaut has occasionally appeared in the pages of The Incredible Hulk from time to time and is one of the few villains capable of matching Hulk physically. Their battles are always epic in scope, reaping pandemonium wherever their fights end up transpiring.

Juggernaut

Wendigo

In terms of its representation in The Incredible Hulk, the Wendigo has been portrayed as an invincible force fueled purely by beast-like instincts by wanton destruction.

Brian Banner has the unique distinction of being one of the few figures from Bruce Banner's past who crops up again as a villain of the Hulk. The biological father of Bruce, Brian Banner was an abusive alcoholic who regularly mistreated young Bruce and his mother, Rebecca.

Brian Banner

While Wolverine and the Hulk started as enemies, they eventually became close allies after the conclusion of their initial battles together.

Wolverine

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