With her long-awaited live-action debut coming at some point in 2022, She-Hulk, whose real name is Jennifer Walters, is currently one of the most talked-about Marvel characters. Due to copyright issues regarding Universal Studios and Marvel Studios, Bruce Banner, aka Hulk, hasn’t gotten many opportunities for solo exploration in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As a result, Hulk lore is incredibly scarce in the MCU. However, that will all soon change when She-Hulk’s limited series begins.

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With She-Hulk’s extensive history as a hero in Marvel, she’s cultivated a comprehensive list of enemies – some original Hulk villains, and some of them all her own. Through adventures with teams like the Avengers and the Fantastic Four, She-Hulk has proven capable of matching some of Marvel’s most physically strong villains.

10 Unum Was Created To Kill Female Superheroes

Created by Eternity to destroy all the female heroes in the universe, Unum is an ax-wielding villain who stands ten feet tall. First appearing in She-Hulk: Cosmic Collision #1, Unum was created through remnants of several great villains like Dormammu. In her debut appearance, Unum kills the most remarkable female warrior from a planet called Yor. After that, she arrives on earth and immediately engages in a fight with She-Hulk and her ally, Jazinda. Unum’s name refers to the Latin phrase; E Pluribus Unum, which means, “Out of many, one.” This is a reference to how she’s one warrior made from many fallen warriors.

9 Ruby Thursday Is A Member Of The Headmen

Ruby Thursday, aka Thursday Rubenstein, is a member of the Headmen – a group of power-hungry villains that first appeared as adversaries to the Defenders in Defenders #32. After her fights against the Defenders, Ruby appeared in Sensational She-Hulk #1 in a plot to replace Chondu’s (a fellow member of the Headmen) body with a clone of She-Hulk’s body. After Spider-Man learns about the Headmen’s plan, he contacts She-Hulk, and the two defeat the Headmen side-by-side.

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A few years later, the Headmen attempts this very same plot but with Spider-Man’s body instead of She-Hulk’s.

8 Grappler Used Leverage To Get What He Wanted

First appearing in Savage She-Hulk #18, Grappler was one of She-Hulk’s earliest enemies. As an acrobatic martial artist, Grappler is a former professional wrestler who later became a millionaire after becoming obsessed with the concept of leverage – both physical and metaphorical. Growing unsatisfied with his wealth, he officially dawned the Grappler identity and became a costumed criminal. During an attempt to steal a large shipment of gold, Grappler was stopped and defeated by She-Hulk, whom he then tempted with an unsuccessful bribe. In the mid-1980s, Grappler died as one of the many victims of the Scourge of the Underworld.

7 Captain Rectitude Promoted A Clean Culture

To promote a clean and non-vulgar culture, the American Purity Foundation transformed Bob Jones into Captain Rectitude. In Sensational She-Hulk #21, at the orders of his boss (Jasper Keaton), Captain Rectitude kidnaps Keaton’s colleagues in the Senate Banking Committee, but he’s unable to capture them before the arrival of She-Hulk and Phantom Blonde.

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As She-Hulk was seemingly moments from winning the fight, Captain Rectitude is assisted by Abominatrix – a fellow She-Hulk villain. Later in the same issue, She-Hulk faces the duo in a rematch and defeats them before activating a bomb.

6 Abominatrix Fought Alongside Captain Rectitude

Another villain connected to Jasper Keaton is Abominatrix, a woman whose involvement in an experiment resulted in a transformation into a gamma mutate. Abominatrix, whose real name is Florence Sharples, first appeared in Sensational She-Hulk #21 as an ally to Jasper Keaton and Captain Rectitude. Like Captain Rectitude, Abominatrix has only appeared in one storyline where she battled She-Hulk at the beginning and end. However, in Sensational She-Hulk #21, as Captain Rectitude tries to kidnap the Senate Banking Committee, Abominatrix seizes Louise Mason to discover the location of a nuclear bomb.

5 Absorbing Man Is Extremely Strong

A former heavyweight boxer turned criminal enforcer, Absorbing Man is one of Marvel’s most physically strong villains. Absorbing Man – whose real name is Carl Creel – first appeared in Daredevil #1, but it wasn’t until Journey Into Mystery #114 that he received the power to absorb any physical matter after Loki selected him to participate in a scheme against Thor.

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In She-Hulk Vol 2 #23, She-Hulk and Absorbing Man have a massive fight inside the Mall of America that later results in Creel absorbing the physical matter of a Shark, which grants him enhanced strength.

4 Nicholas Trask Created She-Hulk

As the evil gangster responsible for the creation of She-Hulk, Nicholas Trask is certainly an important villain in the She-Hulk mythos. In fact, not only did he turn Jennifer into She-Hulk, but he killed her mother and her best friend. In Savage She-Hulk #1 – Trask’s debut appearance – Trask nearly kills Jennifer, who’s legally defending a gangster that Trask double-crossed. After a 2nd attempt to kill Jennifer, she was transformed into the She-Hulk, beating his thugs and leaving them behind. Trask later created the She-Hulk Robot to stop She-Hulk but was unsuccessful.

3 Behemoth Is A Elephant Sized Man

Behemoth, who also goes by Man-Elephant, is the former owner of a successful hydraulics company that was eventually put out of business by Start Enterprises. With the hydraulics from his company, Behemoth, whose real name is Manfred Haller, created a giant elephant-like power suit designed to explore dangerous, uncharted areas of the world.

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In Savage She-Hulk #17, Behemoth hopes to gain publicity for his elephant suit and attempts to capture She-Hulk. He does so quickly and thereby proves he’s more powerful than her. Later in his evolution, Haller was gifted a gem shard of Cyttorak, which transformed him into an actual Man-Elephant.

2 Ultima Led A Cult

As one of the most developed villains in the She-Hulk mythos, Ultima has been an essential villain for She-Hulk since she first debuted in Savage She-Hulk #9. As the leader of a cult, Ultima dated one of her cult members, a man named Randolph Harrington, who later tried to escape the cult with the legal assistance of Jennifer Walters. Seeing She-Hulk as a threat to her cult and potential romantic rival for Randolph, Ultima eventually engaged She-Hulk in a fight that resulted in Ultima being paralyzed. Ultima then fled to Asia with her father, where the two eventually found a way to cure her paralysis. She later returned to the US and formed a new cult.

1 Titania Is She-Hulk’s Greatest Rival

Titania, whose real name is Mary MacPherran, is without a doubt She-Hulk’s greatest rival. First appearing in Marvel Super Hero Secret Wars #3, the first time readers ever saw Titania fight was against She-Hulk. Later marrying fellow She-Hulk villain, Absorbing Man, the two joined Baron Zemo’s Masters of Evil and recruited Moonstone onto the team. Titania was later given the Power Gem (one of the legendary Infinity Gems) from its owner, who sought revenge by proxy after his loss to She-Hulk. At one point, Titania tried to give up her life of crime and live a legitimate life; however, her place of work was assaulted by a band of robbers and ruined her chances of living normally.

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