Instead, The Hulk has decided to join the fight.
It's kinda one-sided though, unfortunately. I mean, The Hulk was created by radiation, making Godzilla's radioactive breath mostly useless. All he can really rely on is his brute strength and amazing stamina, with which the Hulk is no stranger. So, as much as I hate to admit it, I'm afraid the Hulk may well be the victor here.
Maybe Godzilla will get his re-match after he fuses with the Symbiote. Maybe I'll develop this into a full-fledged fanstory. But maybe not. Who knows.
One thing I do know is that this picture is nothing but a first draft. There will be a cleaned up version, but I don't know when.
Still great art work!
This would be an awesome fight, in the end I personally would go with hulk because of his upwards lack of limit.
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I tend to agree with the victor. I believe Hulk stands a good chance in winning. Time is against Godzilla in this match. No matter how large or powerful he is. Its been stated again & again- The madder the Hulk gets, the stronger he becomes. In the end, it really doesnt matter how big or strong the Hulk's opponent is. He's taken on beings that would even give Godzilla a hard time. As Hulk said himself, & I quote- "Maybe you see that you could be ten times stronger than Hulk, and it still would not matter. Not when all Hulk has to do is become ten times as mad!"
Hulk has no recorded limit in how strong or mad he become. Godzilla however does as proven in Goji VS Destroyah. He gets too much radiation & if he gets too mad, he goes Boom. Thats literally how it is from where I look at it. & the closest thing Goji's ever done in terms of world wide disaster was nearly turning Japan in a radioactive dump. Hulk on the other hand destroyed an ENTIRE world at one point in the Dark Dimension. (Want proof? Read Incredible Hulks #635) He is also capable of entering a stage known as "World Breaker Hulk" & is capable of shifting ENTIRE continental plates with only mere footsteps!
-In my Book, the Hulk wins. Hands down. The longer the fight lasts, the more trouble Goji is in. But then again, this is only fantasy so.....Meh, it dont matter XD
Actually, it's the other way around. While it's true that the madder Hulk gets, the stronger he gets, he also gives off increased amounts of gamma radiation as he gets angrier, which Godzilla would simply absorb. Over time, Godzilla's reaction to the Hulk's attacks would become lessened, as he would gain more stamina in response to the Hulk's radioactive output. Let's consider the "World Breaker Hulk" stage. At this point, the Hulk's attacks would be capable of knocking Godzilla out if not for one thing - the increased radioactive output which would accompany those attacks. In essence, the blow which might have allowed the Hulk to beat Godzilla would end up revitalizing Goji more than it hurts him. Therefore, the longer the fight goes, the more it favors Godzilla.
In addition, Godzilla would not have a hard time hitting the Hulk, nor would his radioactive prowess prove useless. The Hulk does not absorb radiation; in fact, he has been shown to be hurt by it. One of Hulk's alternate future selves, the Maestro, was disintegrated by a nuclear-level explosion. We can pretty much assume that Godzilla's various atomic powers match or exceed that output. As far as hitting the Hulk goes, hitting a small target with his Atomic Breath would not be an issue, as Godzilla was able to hit the meteor containing Monster X while it was still in space with his breath in Final Wars. And even that fails, Godzilla possesses a nuclear pulse which would likely incinerate the Hulk.
And while it's true that Godzilla would meltdown after absorbing too much radiation, keep in mind that that's only held true for nuclear radiation, and not necessarily gamma radiation. If gamma radiation does work that way, though, the fight would end in a draw, as the Hulk would not survive the outcome. Also, it can be postulated that the energy Godzilla would expend during the fight against the Hulk would be enough to continually keep his radiation levels in check.
Overall, a good fight, but Godzilla would beat the Hulk in the end.
So I don't think that this fight have a clear victor.
2) Last time I checked Godzilla is also a monster of brute strength and stamina.
3) Godzilla would never need to stop to eat 'cause the hulk would provide nourishment.
The Hulk would lose, badly
Everything Hulk can do, Godzilla can do. Except jump, but why would a 330foot tall monster need to jump?
I know that Godzilla destroyed Kaiser Ghidorah, but the Hulk destroyed an asteroid two times the size of the Earth, and has held up 150 billion tons before (He can probably lift much more, since he progressively gets stronger). The Hulk's healing factor is much better and acts faster than that of Godzilla. Not only has the Hulk repeatedly survived nuclear blasts, but he has survived a supernova explosion. That is much more powerful than anything Godzilla can dish out.
Also, the Hulk gets much stronger with how angry he is. People say that this is the case for Godzilla, but this is an implied feat, and acts very, very slowly. Godzilla's rate of strength growth is nowhere near that of the Hulk. Basically, the Hulk will become much stronger than Godzilla at a much faster rate, and will only continue to be stronger, ultimately leading to his victory.
Also, with the Odin Force, Thor would beat Godzilla easily, no contest. His power is canonically UNLIMITED, because of the Odin Force.
Godzilla blew up the asteroid that held Kaiser Ghidorah, and that asteroid was the size of the earth (I think) on top of fighting right after he blew it up, puts Godzilla in front with physical strength. Godzilla survived getting a black hole shot at him, and black hole trumps EVERYTHING.
Godzilla's rate of strength doesn't increase with his rage, it increases with the amount of energy he has, which would be an infinite seeing as how the Hulk is constantly giving off radiation. And Hulk has a weakness against other forms of radioactivity (in the animated show) which Godzilla spews out, which would lead to Godzilla's victory.
Also, Godzilla has fought Thor, and he won. He also fought The Champions, S.H.I.E.L.D., the Fantastic Four, Devil Dinosaur, Moon-Boy, and the Avengers. Godzilla beat all of them.
Also, the black hole shot at Godzilla is more like a pseudo black hole. It's not really like an actual one at all.
Many versions of the Hulk do not give off radiation. The most current version does not. Also, the animated show is not really canon with the comic books (Read Planet Hulk or World War Hulk). If that is canon with the comic books, then so are the weakest incarnations of Godzilla.
Also, Godzilla from the Marvel comics is not canon with the Toho version of Godzilla. Also, Marvel comics' Godzilla did not fight the superheroes at their peak forms. The Odin Force wasn't a thing when Godzilla was a part of Marvel, and Thor has changed a lot. Watch from 0:30-2:48 in this video:
Thor has no weaknesses whatsoever. Also, did I mention that if he swings his hammer backwards he can turn back time?
Godzilla at least stands some of a chance against the Hulk, but not against Thor. Not by a long shot.
A black hole is a black hole.
World War Hulk was defeated by lasers, I don't see why a guy who gets beaten by lasers is Hulks best shot at victory. Also, I use the most recent version of Godzilla because not all the Godzillas are one creature.
I am just informing you, if we were to use the comics as canon then Godzilla already won.
At the time, Godzilla fought Thor at his peak. And beat him. No matter what you say it cannot turn back time and erase that Godzilla beat Thor.
You say not all Godzillas are one creature, which is fair, but that applies to superheroes as well, so the strongest incarnations of the Hulk outdo Godzilla. Also, the Godzilla that shrugged off a black hole isn't the same one that blew up that meteor, so that argument becomes moot. Also, a black hole is not an explosion, and functions much differently than a supernova, so trying to compare them in terms of blast resistance is irrelevant.
Comics are not canon, and Thor was not at his peak at all. Thor is at his peak now. Current Thor has the Odin Force, as I have already explained, and is much more powerful than Godzilla.
Or their will be a riot.