|Appeared in|| The Incredible Hulk|
The Abomination is a superpowered form taken by Emil Blonsky after he took some of the Super Soldier Serum, with a mix of Gamma Radiation. Emil increased the gamma ray levels, which makes him larger and stronger than Hulk; when the latter is not enraged, his natural enemy, but is unable to change back into human form or get stronger when getting angry.
- "Give me a real fight!"
After that, Blonsky was then locked up in a specialized prison cell.
The World Security Council wish to have Emil Blonsky released from prison, as he's considered a war hero and put the blame of the entire battle on Banner. To make matters complicated, they even want him in the Avengers Initiative. So they order S.H.I.L.E.D to sent a liasion to ask for General Ross for Blonsky's release To prevent this, Phil Coulson informs Jasper Sitwell and they come up with a plan to stop Ross from freeing Blonsky, thus Coulson ends up sending the Consultant to annoy Ross.
The next day at the restaurant, Agent Sitwell arrives as Agent Coulson eats breakfast. Coulson informs him that their plan worked, and that Blonsky will remain in prison.
Emil Blonsky used a special military serum to take on the Hulk. After several failed attempts in defeating the Hulk, even after taking the serum, he became Abomination, after slowly mutating into becoming the monster.
As Abomination, he is larger and stronger than the Hulk; when the latter is not enraged, with boney protrusions and tough skin. Emil keeps his intelligence, but loses the ability to change back to human form.
Powers and Abilities
After the first attempt to apprehend Bruce Banner, Emil was injected with a small dose of a military serum to increase his physical attributes in his body. Later before confronting the Hulk for a final time, he forced Samuel Sterns to increase his state by exposing his dose of serum with a blood transfusion extracted from Bruce with an addition of gamma rays.
- Superhuman Strength: Abomination possesses vast superhuman strength, enabling him to lift over 100 tons. Although Abomination's strength surpasses that of the Hulk; when the latter is not enraged, Abomination's strength does not increase with rage like that of the Hulk.
- Superhuman Speed: Even as Emil, Abomination could run or charge faster than the average soldier. Quite possibly as fast as an Olympic athlete.
- Invulnerability: Abomination's amatomu is agile, impenetrable and indestructible. Impervious to all forms of physical harm.
- Accelerated Healing Factor: Abomination possess fierce regenerative abilities, allowing him to molecularly rebuild himself, and is impossible to kill.
- Immortality: Abomination's aging has completely stopped.
- Superhuman Immunity: He is immune to all diseases, illnesses, sickness, etc.
- Self-Sustenance: Abomination does not need air, water, food, or sleep to survive.
- Adaptation: Abomination automatically adapts to anything (environment, situation, etc).
- Superhuman Reflexes: Abomination possesses unparalleled; reflexes, agility, mobility, and perception. As shown by him catching a fired RPG shell in midair.
- Superhuman Agility: Abomination possesses far more agility then a normal human.
- Superhuman Mobility: Abomination possesses far more mobility then a normal human.
- Superhuman Senses: Abomination's senses of sight, hearing, smell, touch, taste, and instincts, are heightened to superhuman levels and accuracy. Hulk possesses incredible perception, noticing even the smallest details.
- Weaponization: Like the Hulk, Abomination used various objects such as heavy chains and vehicles to overcome obstacles committed by the Hulk and General Ross during the battle in Harlem.
- Retractable Skeletal Spikes: Abomination possesses sharp spikes on his arms, elbows and feet. These were emerged through Blonsky's transformation and a reaction when the Abomination was in battle with the Hulk. These were used in battle with the Hulk, as weapons, when a sharp spike on his elbow causes a deep wound on the Hulk's chest.
As Emil Blonsky, Abomination was a soldier working for the British Royal Marines before turning to Ross for a special case. After the first attempt to capture Bruce Banner in Brazil, Emil was injected with a small dose of a military serum to increase his physical attributes in his body.
- Advanced Military Operative: As Emil, Abomination was a veteran soldier, capable commanding teams for various sorts of missions.
- Expert Acrobat: Because of the dose of serum, Emil was able to avoid obstacles, committed by the Hulk during the second attempt to capture him, through various maneuvers of acrobatics.
While similar to the Hulk in almost every way, Abomination differs from the Hulk in three ways;
- Lack of Shapeshifting: Abomination is unable to change back into his human form.
- Limited Strength: Abomination's strength doesn't increase with anger as the Hulk does.
- Weakened Healing Factor: Abomination regenerates from damage at a slower rate than the Hulk.
- Marvel Cinematic Universe (2 films)
- Marvel Cinematic Universe (1 TV series)
Behind the scenes
- Roth enjoyed the motion capture, which reminded him of fringe theater, and he hired his trainer from Planet of the Apes to aid him in portraying the monster's movement.
- Prior to being cast in Punisher: War Zone, Ray Stevenson was in discussions for the role.
- In the comics, the Abomination usually has a pair of fish-like pointy ears, but they were abandoned for the movie. The director, Louis Leterrier, tried to work in the character's pointed ears, and the Hulk would just bite them off, but he felt that it would make the Hulk come across as stupid.
- There are also several other differences between the Abomination in the comics and film. In the comics, he is usually bright green, and very reptillian-looking. But in the film, he is a muddled light green with some brown and as well as having many bone protrusions, including his spine, which is fully emerged from his back. Leterrier changed the Abomination's design from the comics because he felt the audience would question why he resembled a fish or a reptile, instead of "an uber-human" like the Hulk.
- Abomination was to be in the sequel to Ang Lee's film, but would have been Glenn Talbot instead of Emil Blonsky.
- In one of several novelizations, it's revealed S.H.I.E.L.D. took custody of Abomination.
- Following the transformation, and while barely noticeable, the Abomination retains Blonsky's tattoo on his upper right arm.
- Abomination is one of the few main antagonists not to be killed off in their debut appearance. Other antagonists are Loki, The Other, and Thanos.
- He is never actually referred to as The Abomination throughout the film, as Leterrier thought the alias sounded silly. It is alluded to, however, when Samuel Sterns tells Blonsky that injecting himself with Banner's blood combined with the super soldier serum already in his body, could result in "an abomination". He is later referred to as The Abomination in "Marvel One-Shot: The Consultant".
- Actor Tim Roth supplied motion capture and voice effects for the Abomination, which was digitally enhanced.