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Flash vs. Hulk , which is better?

Difference and similar

Alter ego

Flash

Bartholomew Henry "Barry" Allen

Hulk

Robert Bruce Banner

Species

Flash

Metahuman

Hulk

Human Mutate

Place of origin

Flash

Central City

Hulk

Earth

Team affiliations

Flash

Justice League

Hulk

  • Avengers
  • Defenders
  • Horsemen of Apocalypse
  • Fantastic Four
  • Pantheon
  • Warbound

Partnerships

Flash

  • Kid Flash (various)
  • Hal Jordan / Green Lantern
  • Bruce Wayne / Batman
  • Superman
  • Wonder Woman

Hulk

Abilities

Flash

  • Immense superhuman speed, agility, and stamina
  • Electrokinesis
  • Body vibration to phase through objects
  • Time travel and dimensional travel via cosmic treadmill
  • Time and speed force manipulation

Hulk

  • Genius-level intellect ( Bruce Banner)
  • Healing factor
  • Invulnerability
  • Self Sufficient
  • Omnipotent Physical Abilities
  • Density Manipulation

Publisher

Flash

DC Comics

Hulk

Marvel Comics

First appearance

Flash

Showcase (October 1956)

Hulk

The Incredible Hulk (May 1962)

Creators

Flash

  • Robert Kanigher
  • Carmine Infantino

Hulk

  • Stan Lee
  • Jack Kirby

Weight

Flash

195 lbs (88 kg)

Hulk

128 lbs (58 kg) (as Banner); 1,040 - 1,400 lbs (Savage Hulk), 900 lbs (Gray Hulk), 1,150 lbs (Merged Hulk), 2,400 lbs (Green Scar)

Height

Flash

6' 0"

Hulk

5' 10" (as Bruce Banner); 7' - 8' (Savage Hulk), 6'6" (Gray Hulk), 7'6" (Merged Hulk), 8'8" (Green Scar).

Hair

Flash

Hulk

Brown (as Banner); Black (Gray Hulk); Green (Green Hulk), White (Kluh)

Eyes

Flash

Hulk

Brown (as Banner); Grey (Joe Fixit/Gray Hulk), Green (Green Hulk), Red (Kluh)

Name

Flash

Bartholomew Henry "Barry" Allen

Hulk

Robert Bruce Banner

Gender

Flash

Hulk

Male

The Flash (Bartholomew Henry Allen) is a fictional superhero who appears in comics published by DC Comics. The character is created by writer Robert Kanigher and penciler Carmine Infantino.

The Hulk is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby, the character first appeared in the debut issue of The Incredible Hulk (May 1962).