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"I've run into bad situations on crap missions before. I've seen good men go down purely because someone didn't let us know what we were walking into. I've moved on to the next one, because that's what we do, right? I mean, that's the job. But this? This is a whole new level of weird. And I don't feel inclined to step away from it."
―Emil Blonsky to Thaddeus Ross[src]

Emil Blonsky is a former special-ops commander of the British Royal Marines who was loaned to SOCOM. In his efforts to capture Hulk, U.S. General Thaddeus Ross recruited Blonsky and had him injected with a variant of the Super Soldier Serum. After losing to Hulk during a battle at Culver University, Blonsky had himself transfused with Banner's gamma-irradiated blood, causing him to transform into the Hulk-sized Abomination. He then proceeded to go on a rampage in Harlem until he was defeated by Hulk. While in S.H.I.E.L.D. custody, Blonsky was considered as a candidate for the Avengers Initiative by the World Security Council, but Tony Stark was sent to prevent his induction. Eventually freed, Blonsky began participating as a tournament fighter at Xu Xialing's fighting clubs in Macau.


Early Life

Military Career

"I pulled you one Ace. Emil Blonsky, born in Russia, raised in England, and on loan from SOCOM from the Royal Marines."
Joe Greller to Thaddeus Ross[src]

Emil Blonsky was born on March 1, 1971[4] in Russia and raised in England, where he eventually joined the Royal Marines of the British Armed Forces, and was swiftly promoted to the rank of Captain. Despite receiving an incredible track record, Blonsky refused to be promoted to Colonel, claiming that he wanted to be a fighter for as long as he could. Despite reaching the age of thirty nine, Blonsky refused to allow his body to slow down, and continued to be considered one of the most formidable fighters in the Armed Forces.[2]

During a black ops mission in South America to take down a terrorist cartel, Blonsky and his team instead found the terrorists' base destroyed, but with no sign of weaponry being fired. Finding a boy, Miguel, Blonsky learned that "an American" had helped him find the base after he got lost, but was assaulted by the terrorist leader. Following that, the boy claimed that the American turned into a monster, confusing Blonsky.[5]

Chase of the Hulk

Recruited by Thaddeus Ross

"Is he a fighter?"
"Your target is a fugitive from the US Government who stole military secrets. He is implicated in the deaths of two scientists, a military officer, an Idaho state trooper and possibly two Canadian hunters. So don't wait to see if he's a fighter."
―Emil Blonsky and Thaddeus Ross[src]

Blonsky arrives for an upcoming mission

When General Thaddeus Ross discovered the fugitive Bruce Banner's location in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, he ordered General Joe Greller to put together a combat team to capture him. Due to the dangerous nature of confronting Banner, they brought in Blonsky for his track record as a veteran soldier to be the field leader for the operation.

Blonsky is briefed on his current mission

However, because they intended to take Banner out quickly and silently, General Ross decided not to brief Blonsky on Banner's condition as Hulk. Blonsky and his team of highly trained soldiers attempted to catch Banner off-guard.[2]

Ambush in Rio de Janeiro

Blonsky tracking down Bruce Banner

"Target's on the move."
"Where is he?"
"He's on the ground!"
―Emil Blonsky and Thaddeus Ross[src]

However, Bruce Banner was alerted to their presence and was able to evade Blonsky's soldiers, but was spotted by Blonsky as he tried to flee. Blonsky subsequently chased Banner through the streets, forcing Banner to take refuge in the bottling plant where he had been working. Thinking he had cornered Banner, Blonsky and his soldiers entered the factory but instead were faced with the transformed Hulk.

Blonsky confronting Hulk for the first time

Hulk tore through the dark factory, throwing some street thugs across the room and taking out Blonsky's men from the shadows whose guns were useless against Hulk's near unbreakable skin. Despite getting to high ground and attempting to stop the monster single-handedly by firing at him with his assault rifle, Blonsky was only able to get a glimpse of Hulk and quickly realized he was no match for such a powerful beast. Hulk then attempted to kill Blonsky by picking up a forklift truck and throwing it at him before escaping while Blonsky looked on in horror.[2]

Aftermath of the Ambush

Blonsky reports to General Thaddeus Ross

"Doesn't anybody want to talk about what went down in there? 'Cause, he didn't lose us. And he was not alone, sir. We had him. And then something hit us. Something big hit us! It threw a forklift truck like it was a softball. It was the most powerful thing I've ever seen."
―Emil Blonsky to Thaddeus Ross[src]

In the aftermath of the battle, Blonsky reported back to General Thaddeus Ross, furious that he had not been giving all the information about Hulk, and explained that Bruce Banner evaded them in Brazil due to the appearance of the large green monster, which he believed had been helping Banner all along. Ross explained that the monster was Banner, although he refused to give any more details at this time, ordering Blonsky and his surviving men to pack up and return to the United States of America, as Banner would be long gone by this point.[2]

Becoming a Super-Soldier

Blonsky has a meeting with Thaddeus Ross

"You're aware that we've got an Infantry Weapons Development program. Well, in WWII, they initiated a subprogram for Bio-Tech Force Enhancement."
"Yeah, Super Soldier."
Thaddeus Ross and Emil Blonsky[src]

Blonsky later met with General Thaddeus Ross where Ross then explained that Hulk was created accidentally during an experiment in radiation-resistance that was inspired by World War II era military bio-force enhancement research or "Super-Soldiers", as Blonsky put it. They went on to discuss how Blonsky's age was starting to slow him down in the field, and he had no desire to move up in the ranks; Ross suggested that he knew a way to help make him stronger. Seeking revenge and enticed by witnessing Hulk's power, Blonsky volunteered as an experimental test subject in order to capture Banner.

Blonsky injected with Super Soldier Serum

Unknown to Ross, however, what Blonsky truly desired was to gain Hulk's powers to have the power of life and death for himself. General Ross explained that he would receive a small dose of a replicated variant of the Super Soldier Serum, originally created by Doctor Abraham Erskine for Project Rebirth and, if anything went wrong, he would be pulled from the mission. Blonsky received the injections, including an extremely painful injection into his bone marrow, coming out with his strength, speed, and agility heightened to remarkable levels.[2]

Battle at Culver University

Blonsky chases Banner to Culver University

"Is that it? Is that all you got?"
―Emil Blonsky to Hulk[src]

He later led the assault on Bruce Banner at Culver University. When Banner became trapped, Blonsky watched as he transformed into the incredible Hulk and caused massive destruction to the army units. Thaddeus Ross ordered Blonsky to attack Hulk.

Blonsky prepares to fight Hulk one on one

Due to Blonsky's increased strength, speed and agility, he was able go head-to-head with Hulk, acrobatically dodging his larger opponent's powerful attacks while taunting him at the same time. However, Hulk still remained vastly more powerful and when Blonsky ran out of ammunition, he was forced to flee. Blonsky led Hulk into a trap where the Strategic Operations Command Center used Stark Sonic Cannons to try to capture him, but Hulk was able to break free.

Blonsky arrogantly confronting the Hulk

As Hulk continued to destroy more of the soldier's equipment, Ross called in a helicopter to kill him and called for Blonsky to cease fighting the monster. However, Blonsky started to dismiss Ross' orders and warnings, becoming obsessed with Hulk's power and, in an attempt to assess Hulk's full strength, walked up to him and taunted Hulk to give him his best shot. Hulk responded by impacting Blonsky with his foot at a massive velocity, propelling him across the field and into the trunk of a tree, crushing most of the bones in his body.[2]

Addiction to Power

Blonsky getting treatment for all his injuries

"How are you feeling, man?"
"Like a monster."
―Soldier and Emil Blonsky[src]

Blonsky suffered extensive physical injuries that would normally leave a person either hospitalized and unable to move for years, or in a comatose state or deceased. However, due to the effects of his variant of the Super Soldier Serum, he fully regenerated from all of his injuries in less than twenty four hours. As the hospital staff examined his healing process, Blonsky was visited by Thaddeus Ross; when Ross asked how he was feeling, Blonsky expressed his desire to go after Banner once again.

Blonsky experiencing his body mutations

Blonsky was given a second, larger dosage of the Super Soldier Serum, which fully enhanced his body and once again increased his strength and healing power, but gained strange physical effects such as having his spine mildly deformed. Blonsky also began to lose his connection with reality and he became more power-hungry for Hulk's god-like power. Blonsky did not inform General Ross of these changes and instead continued to go on his mission to find him.

Blonsky furiously beating Bruce Banner

As Bruce Banner was eventually located in New York City and Blonsky was again led the assault team to capture him. Seeking to push Banner into transforming into Hulk, Blonsky ignored General Ross' direct order and charged into the room where Banner was speaking to Samuel Sterns and Betty Ross. Blonsky threw General Ross' daughter across the room before attacking Banner, who had seemingly cured himself of Hulk; furious at this revelation, Blonsky struck Banner senseless.[2]

Becoming an Abomination

Blonsky threatening Samuel Sterns' life

"I want what you got out of Banner. I want that."
"You look like you've got a little something in you already, don't you?"
"I want more."
―Emil Blonsky and Samuel Sterns[src]

With Bruce Banner and Betty Ross now captured and being taken away for questioning by General Thaddeus Ross, Blonsky learned of a large supply of Gamma-irradiated blood, derived from Banner's blood, that had been synthesized by Samuel Sterns. Craving power similar to Hulk, he demanded that Sterns, attacking Major Kathleen Sparr in the process, subject him to a transfusion of Banner's gamma-irradiated blood.

Blonsky injected with Bruce Banner's blood

Sterns warned that the combination of the Super Soldier formula and Banner's blood would be an unpredictable combination that could turn him into an abomination. Blonsky, however, was less than concerned about the side effects, and Sterns promptly administered the transfusion. As Blonsky mutated into the Abomination, a monstrous creature, with a body larger than Hulk's and his spine now protruding from his back, he knocked away Sterns and, drunk on the incredible power, Blonsky then escaped the laboratory by destroying a wall and attacking his fellow soldiers.[2]

Duel of Harlem

Abomination running a rampage in Harlem

"Give me a real fight!"

Having finally attained his wish for power even greater than Hulk's, Abomination began a rampage through Harlem as a demonstration of his new, god-like strength, challenging any authorities who attempted to stop him. Though uncertain if he had rid himself of Hulk forever, Bruce Banner, feeling responsible for Abomination's creation, knew Hulk was the only thing that could stop Abomination. Thus, Banner jumped from the helicopter in an attempt to re-trigger his transformation. He emerged from a crater in the street below as Hulk.

Abomination and Hulk attacking each other

Abomination and Hulk engaged in a brutal battle across Harlem in which the Abomination maintained the upper hand due to possessing greater sheer strength, forcing Hulk to improvise in order to keep up, using a destroyed car as boxing gloves to beat the Abomination into submission; however, he remained seemingly unstoppable and easily kicked Hulk across the neighborhood. The Abomination then began to chase Hulk across the neighborhood, killing anyone who got in his way.

Abomination is shot at by Thaddeus Ross

When General Thaddeus Ross ordered his helicopter to open fire on Abomination, he turned his sights on Ross. Abomination chased down Ross' helicopter while Hulk chased him down in an attempt to protect the people inside. Abomination was soon able to grab the helicopter and dragged it down into the ruins of a nearby building.[2]

Final Showdown

Abomination attempting to kill Hulk

"You don't deserve this power. Now watch her die!"
―Abomination to Hulk[src]

Despite Hulk's continued attempts to stop him, crushing the Abomination under the helicopter and killing everyone inside except General Thaddeus Ross, and his daughter Betty Ross. Abomination was not stopped, however, and he continued to attack Hulk, pinning him to a wall and mocking his attempts to save Betty. He stabbed Hulk in the chest with his exposed elbow bone; Hulk continued to grow in rage and strength and managed to push away headfirst into a wall. He then became distracted by a fire which nearly engulfed the helicopter.

Abomination being defeated by Hulk

With Hulk seemingly exhausted after their short bout, Abomination grabbed a heavy length of chain and prepared to kill General Ross and Betty, who were still trapped in the helicopter wreckage. However, seeing this greatly enraged Hulk who managed to disarm and overpower Abomination, nearly strangling him to death with the chain; Banner released his grip after a plea from Betty. Abomination collapsed, defeated, and Hulk fled the scene with the United States Armed Forces and New York City Police Department in pursuit.[2]

Held Captive

Cryo-cell in Alaska

"What you're doing is against protocol, so if you endanger an operation or if anyone gets hurt, I'll reassign you to Barrow, Alaska, and you'll spend the rest of your years pulling the night shift guarding Blonsky's cryo-cell."
Phil Coulson to Grant Ward[src]

Abomination was taken into custody and held in the Vault, a cryo-cell located at a facility in Barrow, Alaska,[6] by the United States Armed Forces under the watch of General Thaddeus Ross. Only S.H.I.E.L.D. agents with Clearance Level 7 or above, like Phil Coulson and Grant Ward, were aware of this information.[1][6]

Avengers Initiative

"They want Blonsky in the team."
"The Abomination?"
"They really don't like it when you call him that."
Phil Coulson and Jasper Sitwell[src]

During the initial membership drafting of the Avengers Initiative, the World Security Council planned to free Blonsky, citing him as a famous war hero and believing him to have wreaked havoc because he was trying to defend himself from Hulk. They intended to give him membership in the Avengers, but S.H.I.E.L.D., knowing more about Blonsky's more evil and power-hungry nature, would not allow that to happen. Thanks to the combined efforts of Agents Phil Coulson, Jasper Sitwell, and consultant Tony Stark, General Thaddeus Ross subsequently refused to release Blonsky from captivity and Bruce Banner was brought onto the team instead.[1]

Tournament Fighter

Duel against Wong

Abomination having his duel against Wong

"That hurt, Emil! Do you want me to show you how it feels?"
Wong to Abomination[src]

By 2024, Abomination was eventually no longer under captivity and ended up working as a tournament fighter at the Golden Daggers Club in Macau, China, where he met and befriended Wong. During one match, the two were pitted against each other in a cage fight within the club's top cage, although they had an agreement to not seriously injure the other.

Abomination being forced to punch himself

During the match, Abomination fought ferociously, lunging towards Wong and knocking him backwards. As Abomination rushed to attack Wong once more, Wong swiftly opened two Inter-Dimensional Portals, and Abomination knocked himself out as his monstrous fist went through one portal and exited through the portal near his head. The unconscious Abomination was then dragged out of the cage by four men as Wong was awarded the victory.

Following the fight, Wong reprimanded the recovering Abomination for being more violent than they had agreed, to which Abomination merely grunted. After observing Shang-Chi, Katy Chen, and Jon Jon entering the room, Wong opened a portal to a facility, and Abomination followed him through it, leaving Macau.[7]


"Why are you always hitting people?"
Samuel Sterns to Emil Blonsky[src]

A veteran soldier with years of experience, Emil Blonsky showed a deep passion for combat. When asked why he would not accept a promotion, he answered that he was a soldier and wanted to be one for as long as possible. Being aware that he was getting slow with age, Blonsky showed an intense desire to return to his glory days, as he commented that if he put his current level of experience in his body from ten years ago, that would be an opponent he would not want to fight. Blonsky's fierce desire to remain on the battlefield is what convinced General Thaddeus Ross to offer him to try the experimental Super Soldier Serum replica, which he accepted.

After his first encounter with Hulk, Blonsky became obsessed with defeating the green monster at all costs, slowly losing his sanity and humanity as he continued injecting himself with more Super Soldier Serum. Upon learning that Samuel Sterns had the Gamma Radiation-irradiated blood samples, Blonsky became even more obsessed with obtaining Hulk's power, going as far as threatening Sterns and ignoring his warnings.

When Blonsky mutated into the Abomination, he readily accepted his new form and immediately became drunk with power, going on a rampage through Harlem and killing several soldiers just to show off his new strength. When Hulk appeared, Blonsky was pleased and eager to have another rematch to see which mutant was stronger. Throughout their duel, he repeatedly enjoyed beating up Hulk and taunting him, showing his sadistic nature and he even arrogantly told Bruce Banner that he did not deserve Hulk's power. Abomination's aggressive and arrogant behavior, as well as his obsession with defeating Hulk, likely resulted from the Super Soldier Serum enhancing Blonsky's desire to become a better fighter.

Ruthless, savage and psychopathic, Blonsky did not even care about defeat or death which could come out of the battle with Hulk at Harlem, all that he cared about is to achieve his goal; becoming the strongest being in the world. However, he was also quite clever and astutely told Ross that he would need a team that was prepped and ready because if the Hulk showed up a lot of professional tough guys would 'piss their pants'.

Following his imprisonment within S.H.I.E.L.D.'s premises, however, Blonsky seems to have significantly mellowed out by the time he joins the Golden Daggers Club as a tournament fighter. Despite fiercely fighting against Wong, one of the Masters of the Mystic Arts, Blonsky has some kind of friendship with the sorcerer, as he was shown to be friendly to Wong after their match and accompanied him when he departed from the Golden Daggers Club through a Sling Ring.

Powers and Abilities


"I don't know what you've got inside you already. The mixture could be... an abomination."
Samuel Sterns to Emil Blonsky[src]

Artificially Enhanced Physiology: Emil Blonsky was injected with an imperfect variant of the Super Soldier Serum. As a super soldier, despite physically being aged beyond his natural prime, he has shown to have capacities and performance similar to the levels of Captain America. However, the imperfect serum also caused a number of side effects, including mental and physical deterioration, making him overly aggressive and deforming his vertebral column. He endured a physical transformation after being transfused with a synthetic version of Banner's gamma-irradiated blood, which mixed with the serum in his veins and morphed him into a gargantuan Hulk-like humanoid. Years later, his biology appears to have evolved, with amphibious frills on the sides of his head.

Abomination lifts a taxi up above his head

  • Superhuman Strength: After being injected with a variant of the Super Soldier Serum, Blonsky possessed strength far greater than that of any ordinary man of his stature, and he was able to effortlessly lift a man of the same size as him with one hand. However, after being given the blood of Hulk, Blonsky's strength is increased to immense superhuman levels. His immense strength enables him to hurl normal humans and cars great distances, easily tear through brick buildings, and even to kick Hulk through a building. Years later, his kicks became strong enough to dissipate a Tao Mandalas, not dissimilar to Thanos' fight against Doctor Strange. Due to his superhumanly strong legs, Blonsky is capable of leaping great heights and distances. He is able to leap several stories from ground level, using buildings and other structures as footholds to reach areas. Most notably, he was able to leap from a rooftop to a moving helicopter that Thaddeus Ross was on.
"Do you think a rifle's gonna hurt that?"
  • Superhuman Durability: Blonsky's bodily tissues, much like Hulk's, are substantially harder and more resistant to injury than the tissues of an ordinary human. His durability is enhanced to a high degree, and he apparently suffered no ill effects from burning and explosions. He was able to withstand high-caliber bullets and even Hulk's melee attacks.

Blonsky outrunning all of his fellow soldiers

  • Superhuman Speed: Due to the Super Soldier Serum, Blonsky's speed was noticeably higher than that of an ordinary human. When running, Blonsky could easily outpace an army platoon, and even Hulk seemed to have trouble keeping up with him. Even after Blonsky was transformed, he is still able to move at speeds greater than of a normal human, as he was able to chase down a damaged Humvee with ease.
"He's got a heart like a machine. Never seen anything like it, outside of a racehorse."
―Doctor to Thaddeus Ross[src]
  • Superhuman Stamina: As a super-soldier, Blonsky was able to run faster and fight for a long time without tiring, compared to the exhausted soldiers who caught up to him at Culver University. Blonksy's highly advanced musculature produces vastly fewer fatigue toxins during physical activity than the musculature of an ordinary human. He is capable of physically exerting himself at peak capacity for several days before the buildup of fatigue toxins in his blood begins to impair him.
  • Superhuman Reflexes: Blonksky displays reflexes of great speed as shown by him catching an RPG shell fired by a soldier in midair.
  • Regenerative Healing Factor: As a super-soldier, Blonsky's regenerative healing factor allowed him to recuperate from extensive injuries in the space of a day, including fractures throughout his entire skeleton. His super-soldier healing factor was much more advanced than any other recipient of the Super Soldier Serum, meaning that all the super-soldiers took different variants. This is proven by the fact that Blonsky regenerated from extensive physical traumas within the space of a day, whereas Rogers would take a week or less to recover from such injuries. After taking a blood transfusion from Hulk, his advanced healing factor was further enhanced, allowing him to heal at the same rate as Hulk, which is already a very high rate of regeneration. This makes him seemingly invulnerable and potentially immortal.

Blonsky sprouts skeletal spikes on his back

  • Retractable Skeletal Spikes: Blonsky possesses sharp spikes on his arms, elbows, back, and feet. These emerged through Blonsky's transformation which acted as weapons when was in a battle with Hulk. The sharp spike on his elbow was used to cause a deep wound on Hulk's chest, cutting right through the latter's extremely durable flesh, a feat which was only ever repeated by Fenris with her fangs.


"You should be a Colonel by now, with your record."
"No, I'm a fighter. And I'll be one for as long as I can. Mind you, if I took what I had now, and put it in a body that I had ten years ago, that would be someone I wouldn't want to fight."
Thaddeus Ross and Emil Blonsky[src]
  • Master Combatant: As a former special-ops commander of the British Royal Marines and considered one of the most formidable fighters in the Armed Forces, Blonsky has high level of hand-to-hand combat skills. As Abomination, Blonsky used a sacrificed technique for immense brute strength while fighting, holding nothing back as he rampaged through Harlem, and exchanging powerful blows once Hulk confronted him.
  • Expert Marksman: With his training from the British Armed Forces, Blonsky was trained and proficient in using firearms with accuracy. At Culver University, he managed to successfully shoot the Hulk several times with his sidearm, only failing to injure him due to the latter's excessively dense flesh.
  • Master Acrobat: After his enhancement by serum infusion, Blonsky demonstrated various evasive feats, enabling him to avoid being hit by large, high-velocity objects. He was also able to successfully dodge Hulk attacks using coordinated flips.
  • Expert Tactician: Being a special-ops operative, Blonsky had experience in planning tactics. When fighting against Hulk for the first time, Blonsky displayed good tactical skills up until the point when he taunted Hulk to hit him. Blonsky was a veteran soldier, capable of commanding teams for various sorts of missions in the British Navy. According to Ross, Blonsky could qualify to be a colonel.



Blonsky taking careful aim at Bruce Banner

  • Heckler & Koch MP5A3: Blonsky was issued one of these machine guns, loaded with tranquilizer rounds, to capture Bruce Banner in Rio de Janeiro. Banner managed to escape when they ambushed him at his apartment, and Blonsky shot at Banner's dog, Ricky. After persecution, Blonsky and his squad managed to catch up Banner at the factory where he worked at and transformed into Hulk. Not knowing that Hulk was Banner, Blonsky tried to shoot at him with the tranquilizer rounds as ordered, but he then changed to real bullets in an attempt to confront Hulk.
  • M4A1: Blonsky joined every other soldier under General Thaddeus Ross' command at Culver University when he was ordered not to act at first. He used a standard M4A1 to open fire against Hulk along the rest of the soldiers, and discarded it as soon as he was ordered to act. He took another one to keep attacking Hulk when he managed to destroy the Stark Sonic Cannons, shooting at Hulk only to catch his attention.

Blonsky shooting his grenades at Hulk

Other Equipment

  • Super Soldier Serum: Blonsky was injected with a variant of the Super Soldier Serum to enhance him to the pinnacle of human physical condition. When Blonsky was injured following his battle with Hulk at Culver University, he was given a larger dosage of the serum. Although the serum augmented Blonsky's physical capabilities, it started to give him both physical and psychological side effects, as well as fueling his obsessive desire to become more powerful than Hulk.



Blonski and Thaddeus Ross in the Pentagon

  • Pentagon: After Blonsky failed to capture Bruce Banner in Rio de Janeiro, he reunited with Ross in the Pentagon to come up with a new plan for their manhunt. Ross revealed to Blonsky about Banner's former intention to recreate the Super Soldier Serum and Blonsky accepted Ross' offer of being physically enhanced by a dose of the recreated serum to give him a new advantage should they encounter Banner in the near future.
  • Golden Daggers Club: Following his release from captivity, Abomination started to become a tournament fighter at the central ring of the Golden Daggers Club in Macau. One of Abomination's notable matches was with Wong, who defeated him after redirecting his punch through a Sling Ring portal. Following the match, Abomination and Wong relaxed in the changing room, before Wong opened a portal for them both to go through and leave the club.






Appearances for Emil Blonsky

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