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     Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. 

Hulk/Bruce Banner

Voiced by: Fred Tatasciore

A world famous scientist specialising in gamma radiation, mutated into a super-strong hulking creature as a result of exposure to his own prototype gamma radiation bomb.

A-Bomb/Rick Jones

Voiced by: Seth Green

The boy who inadvertently caused Bruce Banner to become the original Hulk. Later mutated into a gamma mutate himself.

She-Hulk/Jennifer Walters

Voiced by: Eliza Dushku

Bruce Banner's female cousin, who became a female gamma mutate after receiving a blood transfusion from him.


Voiced by: Ben Diskin

Skaar first appears to be an amnesiac, when the agents of S.M.A.S.H. meet him he's under the control of Annihilus. Hulk soon learns he's a spy for The Leader.

Red Hulk/Thaddeus Ross

Voiced by: Clancy Brown

Originally a US Army General dedicated to capturing Hulk, "Thunderbolt" Ross eventually went so far as to turn himself into a gamma mutate himself.

  • Adaptational Heroism: Is usually a villain in other media, or at least, starts out as such.
  • Anti-Hero: His poor communication skills often affect both his image and how well he works with the rest of the team.
  • Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: Spends a lot of time mocking the other Hulks for one reason or another.
  • Boisterous Bruiser: It's made very clear that he actually took Hulkification really well, as he enjoys having the Super Strength and Super Toughness to be a one-man army instead of pushing paper behind a desk like he would be doing if he was still a human general.
  • Butt-Monkey: The show does focus the abuse a little more on him than on the rest of the team.
  • Burning with Anger: He gets hotter the angrier he gets, though it's only been seen in gags so far.
  • Character Development: It's subtle, but at the beginning of the show he had a I Work Alone mentality, wanted to be in charge instead of Hulk, and hated Devil Dinosaur. By the second season, he has actually learnt to work as a team with the others, no longer questions Hulk's authority that much and expresses anger when he sees what the Leader did to Devil.
  • Fusion Dance: With Hulk
  • Good Is Not Nice: Can be very rude at times, but always does the right thing when it counts.
  • Guns Akimbo: He carries two huge double-barrelled weapons, and uses them both at the same time.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He may be the team asshole, but he's still got a good heart deep down.
  • Leader Wannabe: Often talks about taking charge of the team himself. Justified, since he was once a general, and is used to giving orders, rather then taking them.
  • Papa Wolf: He's very protective of his daughter Betty, though the two have been estranged for years.
  • Red Is Heroic: Given that he's the Red Hulk.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red to Hulk's blue.
  • Superhero Packing Heat: He's got an impressive collection of weaponry, to say the least.

Devil Dinosaur

Voiced by Steve Blum

Jump Jet

  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Invoked when it becomes sentient and turns against the Hulks after one crash too many, later averted when they talk it into a Heel–Face Turn.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Surprisingly enough. It constantly made snide comments towards the smashers once it became sentient.
  • Heel–Face Turn: The jet is given sentience do to a virus implanted by the Leader. Eventually, sympathy prompts it to stop trying to kill the Hulk's for revenge, and sacrifice itself to save the people of earth.
  • Running Gag: Gets wrecked a lot.
  • Shout-Out: To HAL.
  • Transforming Mecha

    Other Heroes 

Iron Man/Tony Stark

Voiced by Adrian Pasdar

Spider-Man/Peter Parker

Voiced by Drake Bell


Voiced by Steve Blum

  • Enemy Mine: With Hulk in "Wendigo Apocalypse"
  • The Cameo: In The Collector, he only shows up with no speaking role while being trapped inside of a containment prison.
  • Toxic Friend Influence: Hulk mentions in Wendigo Apocalypse that he brings the worse out of him.

Captain America

  • A Father to His Men
  • Aesop Amnesia: a played with example in that he's never seen learning the aesop in the first place. In the 'Secret Avengers' episode of Avengers, Assemble!, he specifically states to Fury that there's more to the Hulk than just smashing. By 'Planet Monster Part 1', he seems to have forgotten this.
  • The Cameo: He is trapped in a containment prison with no speaking role in The Collector.

Black Widow

  • The Cameo: She is trapped in a containment prison in The Collector.

The Thing

Voiced by Dave Boat

Ant Man

  • The Cameo: Has a small appearance being imprisoned with no speaking role in The Collector.

Ghost Rider

The Falcon

  • The Cameo: He is one of the Avengers being imprisoned in The Collector.


  • The Cameo: Like most of the imprisoned Avengers in The Collector.

Dr. Strange

Voiced by Jack Coleman

  • The Cameo: He made a minor cameo appearance being one of the imprisoned heroes in The Collector.
  • The Mentor: Briefly becomes A-Bomb's mentor in magic.


  • The Cameo: She made a cameo appearance being one of the imprisoned heroes in The Collector.

Howard the Duck

  • The Cameo: He only shows up as one of the imprisoned heroes in The Collector.


Helped the Hulks defend Earth against the Ice Giants.


Voiced by Townsend Coleman

  • Boisterous Bruiser: Loves to fight and to party.
  • Captain Patriotic: Is, at first, the defender of Greece, to the point that Hulk suggests that he can't leave. As it turns out, he can, he just generally doesn't.
  • Character Development: is, at first, simply interested in partying, flirting and fighting for the fun of it, but he learns when to be serious.
  • Drop the Hammer: Though it's technically a mace, he uses it like a hammer.
  • Expy: He's very like a pre Character Development Thor, and Hulk refers to him as the Greek Thor.
  • Famed In-Story: and he knows it. Oh, he knows it.
  • Glory Seeker: Is this.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Fouls up Hulk's plan by charging straight in.
  • Miles Gloriosus: Subverted. He may go on and on about himself, but he can back up the boasts.
  • Nice Guy: He's a long way up himself and a braggart, at least at first (and A-Bomb points out that so would most people if everyone praised them for several thousand years), but he's nice and friendly to pretty much everyone.
  • Sex Is Violence: Has family friendly shades of this - he compares love and war by saying, 'does everyone not love to fight?'
  • Super Strength: He's as strong as any of the Hulks. The guy isn't called 'the Prince of Power' as a pet name, folks.




  • And Then What?: A forcibly calmed down Hulk does this in "The Green Room" where he asks Leader what exactly it gains him to actually get the victory over the Hulks that he wants so badly.
  • Arch-Enemy: To the Hulk.
  • Beard of Evil
  • Big Bad: Of season 1.
  • Big Bad Wannabe: In Planet Monster, he's down to this, unsuccessfully forming an alliance with the Supreme Intelligence and Ronan, only for him to get absorbed, and the fact that they consider him insignificant.
  • Catchphrase: "Premise: X. Conclusion: Y."
  • Diabolical Mastermind: Was behind Annihilus and had Skaar became a mole. Also the Ice Giant attack.
  • Kick the Dog: His actions are often just as much about hurting the Hulks as personally as possible as they are about defeating them. Hulk actually calls him out on this in "The Green Room" where he points out that this causes Hoist by His Own Petard because every time he has them dead to rights he just can't resist twisting the knife which is what gives the Hulks a chance at defeating him.
  • My Brain Is Big
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Spent most of season one locked up in the Hulks base, then at SHIELD in season two.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: The Hulks have actually spared/saved his life a couple of times, but he just goes right back to trying to kill them afterwards.
  • Villain Decay: He was more or less a genuine threat in earlier episodes, but starting with his capture by the Hulk, he slowly moved to Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain. For the first half of season 2, he is reduced to a prisonner inside the Hulks' ship, where he is assigned to toilet duty, amongst other things.



The Collector

Voiced by: Jeff Bennett

Ego the Living Planet


Voiced by: Steve Blum


Voiced by Enn Reitel

The Wrecking Crew


Voiced by Clare Grant

  • Adaptational Modesty: Her comic self had bare thighs and a Cleavage Window. Here, those body parts are covered by white fabric.
  • The Smurfette Principle: Titania is the only female in the prison breakout team with the Wrecking Crew and the Absorbing Man in "The Skaar Whisperer".
  • She's Got Legs: Just like her comic counterpart, except her legs are made even sexier now that she wears white tights that show her attractive thighs/legs through the fabric.


Voiced by: John DiMaggio


Voiced by: Robin Atkin Downes

  • Big Bad Duumvirate: He is usually Leader's partner-in-crime.
  • The Chessmaster: Every time the Hulks make a plan he's three steps ahead.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: He takes out Skaar before the episode starts. Then Devil Dinosaur. Then A-Bomb...Then Red Hulk.
  • De-Power: Courtesy of Ghost Rider.
  • Evil Counter Part: To A-Bomb. A-Bomb is even the first one to see Abomination up close.
  • Evil Is Bigger: Same gamma mutate as A-Bomb. But much, MUCH bigger. Abomination even comments on it, upon seeing A-Bomb. "You are tiny and weak"
  • Genius Bruiser: Unlike most portrayals, where he's just The Brute. He's very cunning in this adaption.
  • Knight of Cerebus: The most serious and deadly villain, yet. He takes most of the team down without trouble. And his ultimate goal is to blow up half the continent, while blaming it on the Hulks.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Gives one to Red Hulk.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning
  • Super Soldier: His purpose on becoming a gamma mutate. One specifically to fight the Hulk. Thankfully, Ghost Rider cures him back to human form.

The Supreme Intelligence

Voiced by: Clancy Brown

Ronan The Accuser

Voiced by: James C. Mathis III

  • Adaptational Villainy: Ronan lacks most of his complex Anti-Villain qualities from the comics and is portrayed as a cruel, malevolent, sadistic, and psychotic alien with a twisted sense of honor. As such, he is a hypocritical, self-righteous Knight Templar who is willing to destroy the Earth just to spite the Hulk.
  • The Dragon: To the Supreme Intelligence, as he is the muscle.
  • Hypocrite: He places a bounty on Hulk's head for turning on the Kree during their plan to control Ego/destroy Galactus. He calls Hulk a liar for breaking his word, conveniently overlooking the fact that he had lied to the Hulks about their reason for attacking Ego.
  • Killed Off for Real: Got killed while the mothership got thrown into space.


Voiced by: Robert Englund


Voiced by: Troy Baker
Thor's adopted brother.

     Minor Characters 

J Jonah Jameson

Voiced by J. K. Simmons

Impossible Man

Voiced by: Tom Kenny

  • Loophole Abuse: When told he can't join the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. because there's no place for a new member, he fuses Hulk and Red Hulk so there'll be a place.
  • Too Dumb to Live: Gets dangerously close to a villain with the power to steal powers.

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