What do you think, are they kin? #2 “The Hulk and Blockbuster(#1)

This week's characters are The Hulk from Marvel and Blockbuster (#1) from D.C.. I want to start off by saying that this kinship would take place in another universe and not in any that we know. Think of the characters living in this other universe and see if you think they could be kin.

The Hulk-

Alter ego     Robert Bruce Banner
Species     Human Mutate
Place of origin     Earth
Team affiliations     Avengers
Horsemen of Apocalypse
The Order
Notable aliases     Bruce Banner, Joe Fixit, War, Green Scar, World-Breaker, Sakaarson
Bruce Banner:
Genius-level intellect
Superhuman strength, speed, endurance, and durability
Immunity to diseases and viruses
Adrenal activation and anger empowerment
Accelerated healing and longevity
Resistance to mind control
Skilled hand-to-hand combatant



Alter ego     Roland Desmond
Team affiliations     Underground Society
Black Lantern Corps
Abilities     Genius-level intellect
Superhuman strength and stamina

Thanks go out to Wikipedia for the information.

8 Responses to What do you think, are they kin? #2 “The Hulk and Blockbuster(#1)

  1. Kaldath says:

    That Picture of Blockbuster certainly looks like a Pink Hulk

  2. TOOL says:

    I thought blockbuster went out of business?

  3. Prof. Abercrombie Q. Anthrax says:

    Blockbusted, Tool?

    Is it me, or does the Blockbuster picture look like something Jack Kirby would have tossed on the reject pile?

  4. WillyPete says:

    He’s never been well-drawn, well thought out, or very interesting… I didn’t read very much with him in it, but I really don’t remember him displaying any particular genius. He was a rarely used Batman villain, and has been dead for quite some time, for good reason. He’s been totally replaced by Bane, who’s less powerful, but much more interesting…
    Certainly NO relation, in my book!

  5. Why are the cops shooting at Blockbuster not looking or shooting in his direction? For that matter, and thankfully, I have never heard about Blockbuster until today.

    As for the Hulk, that was “Pizza Hut” night when I was younger. Fridays were “The Incredible Hulk,” “Dukes of Hazzard” with change ups of “The Amazing Spider-Man,” “Battlestar Galagtica,” “Knight Rider,” “Captain America”, “Greatest American Hero,” “Wonder Woman,” and “Manimal.” (Bonus nerd and old school if you remember “Manimal” – and “Otherworld.”)

  6. TOOL says:

    Prof. Abercrombie Q. Anthrax: Blockbusted, Tool?


  7. Prof. Abercrombie Q. Anthrax says:

    Tool, it was a humorous remark that didn’t work.