Biographical Information
Real Name: Glenn Talbot

Current Alias:



Agent R-7, the Ravager of Worlds


January 12, 1980








Gamma Mutate


Familial Information


Adrien Talbot (father);
Marie Talbot (mother);
Brian Talbot (brother);
Betty Ross (ex-wife);
Matt Talbot (nephew);
Thaddeus Ross (former father-in-law);
Association Information

Marital Status:



None, Formerly United States Air Force


Professional Criminal, Fugitive, Former Colonel in the United States Air Force

Base of Operations:



Identity: Public Identity
Nationality: American
Citizenship: American
Education: Ph.D. in physics
Physical Description
Height: 5' 8" (as Talbot),
12' 0" (as Abomination)


170 lbs (77 kg) (as Talbot),
3452 lbs (1565 kg) (as Abomination)
Eyes: Brown (as Talbot),
Green (as Abomination)


Brown (as Talbot),
No Hair (as Abomination)
Skin: Fair (as Talbot),
Green (as Abomination)
Physique: Muscular

Unusual Features:

Abomination has green and scaly skin, two toes on each foot, webbed ears, and a ridged brow. He also possesses a massively muscled body with proportions considerably beyond those of an ordinary human
Origin: Human exposed to a a mix of early version of the Super-Soldier Serum, Banner's blood sample and gamma rays
Universe: Earth-416274
Place of Birth: Somewhere in America
Background Information

Voiced By:

Robin Atkin Downes

Colonel Glenn Talbot is a former high-ranking officer of the United States Air Force on loan to General Ross in his efforts to capture David Banner better known as Hulk. Glenn was injected with a large dose of the mothballed original Super Soldier Serum to battle Banner however, Talbot later kidnapped Betty and used her as bait for David causing him to be dishonorably discharged, angering him and swearing revenge and became completely obsessed with obtaining the Hulk's "god-like" power, and later was injected with David Banner's Gamma irradiated blood, Plus an insane dosage of gamma rays causing him to transform into the Hulk-sized Abomination.


A veteran soldier with years of experience, Glenn Talbot showed deep passion for combat, when asked why he wouldn't accept a promotion, he answered that he's a soldier and wanted to be one for as long as possible. Being aware that he was being slowed down by age, Talbot showed an intense desire to return to his glory days, as he commented that he put his experience in his body from 10 years ago, that'd be an opponent he wouldn't want to fight. Talbot's fierce desire to remain in the battlefield is what convinced General Ross to offer him to try the experimental Super Soldier Serum replica, which Talbot quickly agreed to.

After his first encounter with the Hulk, Talbot 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, and even used Betty Ross as bait to catch the Hulk Upon learning that The Leader had Gamma-irradiated blood samples, Talbot became even more obsessed with obtaining the Hulk's "god-like" power, going as far as threatening Sternd and ignoring his warnings.

When Talbot 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, Abomination was pleased and eager to have another rematch to see which monster was stronger.

Through out their duel Abomination repeatedly enjoyed beating up Hulk and taunting him, even arrogantly telling Banner that he didn't deserve the 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 Talbot's desire to become a better fighter.

Powers and Abilities


  • Artificially Enhanced Physiology: He was injected with a variant of the Super Soldier Serum from World War II. As a super-soldier, he has shown to have similar powers to those of Captain America in terms of strength, speed, reflexes and stamina; he has also shown an accelerated healing ability, not present in Captain America: Even though Captain America can heal faster than the average human and is resistant to age, his healing is not as advanced as Talbot's. However, the serum also caused a number of side effects, twisting his mind and making him overly aggressive. He obtained even more power after being transfused with a synthetic version of Banner's gamma irradiated blood, becoming a reptile Hulk-like humanoid.
    • Superhuman Strength: After being injected with an variant of the Super Soldier Serum, he 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, Talbot's strength is increased to immense superhuman levels, nearly twice that of Hulk in a normal state. It appears his strength level remains the same and does not increase as his anger increases, unlike Hulk, possibly because of the serum. As Abomination, 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.
      • Superhuman Leaps: Due to his superhumanly strong legs, Abomination is capable of leaping great heights and distances. He is able to leap several stories from ground level, using building and other structures as footholds to reach areas. Most notably, he was able to leap from a rooftop to a moving helicopter that General Ross was on.
      • Weaponization: Like Hulk, Abomination is able to use various objects, which normal humans would be unable to manipulate in such a way, as unconventional weapons such as heavy chains and vehicles.
    • Superhuman Speed: Due to the Super Soldier Serum, Talbot's speed was noticeably higher than that of an ordinary human. When running, Talbot could easily outpace an army platoon, and even Hulk seemed to have trouble keeping up with him. Even after Talbot 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.
    • Superhuman Reflexes: Due to the Super Soldier Serum, Abomination displays reflexes of great speed as shown by him catching a RPG shell fired by a soldier in midair.
    • Superhuman Durability: Abomination'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.
    • Superhuman Endurance: he was able to run faster and fight for a long time without tiring. As Abomination, Talbot's highly advanced musculature produces vastly less 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 build up of fatigue toxins in his blood begins to impair him.
    • Regenerative Healing Factor: Due to the Super Soldier Serum, Talbot'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 Talbot 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.
    • Underwater Breathing: Abomination's lung capacity is higher than the Hulk's, allowing him to breathe underwater for longer periods of time.
    • Suspended Animation: Extreme pain, cold, or extended lack of oxygen can cause the Abomination to enter a coma-like state of suspended animation, in which he can survive, perhaps indefinitely.


  • Advanced Military Operative: Talbot was a veteran soldier, capable commanding teams for various sorts of missions in the US Army.
  • Expert Marksman: With his training from the United States Armed Forces, Talbot was trained and was proficient in using firearms with accuracy.
  • Expert Tactician: Being a special-ops operative, Talbot had experience in planning tactics. When fighting against Hulk for the first time, Talbot displayed good tactical skills up until the point when he taunted Hulk to hit him.
  • Expert Acrobat: After his enhancement by serum infusion, Talbot demonstrated various evasive feats, enabling him to avoid being hit by large, high-velocity objects.
  • Combatant: As Abomination, Talbot sacrificed technique for immense brute strength while fighting, holding nothing back as he rampaged through Harlem, and exchanging powerful blows once Hulk confronted him


While similar to the Hulk in almost every way, Abomination differs from the Hulk in three ways;

  • Lack of Transformation: Abomination is unable to change back into 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.


  • Born January 12, 1980.

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