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I howl through many mouths. I break with many hands. They are themselves, but they are also me. I have all the power you give me and my weapon is hate.
~ The One Below All

The One Below All is the overarching antagonist of Marvel Comics, serving as the main antagonist of the Immortal Hulk series. It is the opposite of creation and the dark reflection of existence.

The One Below All is the direct and opposite counterpart of the One Above All. This has radically altered Marvel's cosmology since this makes the One Below All Marvel's first true "Anti-God", and as such, it is the unequaled embodiment of destruction, wrath, and ruin.

The One Below All is also the true power behind the mutagenic factor of gamma radiation in Marvel, creating the gamma-mutates (of which Hulk is obviously the most famous and powerful). It was this very revelation that drove Brian Banner insane as he believed his son carried a "monster gene", having caught a glimpse of the One Below All during his own experiments into gamma radiation.

History

The One Below All is the alter-ego and other face of the supreme creator and god the One Above All. Just as there must be creation there must also be destruction and the One Below All's purpose is to be the destruction in the cycle of death and rebirth in the multiverse. While the One Below All is a separate identity from the One Above All, they are both two halves of the same supreme being and each acts as a counter/foil to the other. Every time a multiverse is created by the One Above All, entropy begins and the One Below All influences all the destructive beings in the multiverse to push everything to destruction.

Appearance

So far, the One Below All has no set "true form", but has very brief appearances where it can take seemingly any form it desires, though it favors the use of extremely abstract and terrifying visages.

There's no doubt it could further play on its dreaded reputation as the possible "true" Satan of the Marvel multiverse.

Despite its Satanic nature, the One Below All's apparent "true form" is actually a gigantic mass of green smoke and resembles a living gamma-bomb explosion in many ways, which is very likely symbolism of the One Below All's nature as both an embodiment of destruction and the hidden, malevolent intellect behind the mutagenic nature of gamma radiation in Marvel.

Powers And Abilities

So far, the One Below All is considered an all-powerful demonic entity of unparalleled might. Even Mephisto, often considered the closest Marvel has to a Devil figure, stated that the One Below All is far beyond his power, and that even if he wished to act against the entity, he would fail. This easily ranks the One Below All as one of the most powerful entities in Marvel's history. This goes even further with the revelation that the One Below All is the other face/alter-ego of the One Above All, the supreme entity and creator of the multiverse. As both the One Above All and the One Below All are revealed to be the two separate faces/identities of the same omnipotent being, the One Below All has no superior and is technically only one equal.

It is also revealed that despite the entity's immense power, it can only manifest via the Green Door or gamma-mutated beings such as the Hulk. Indeed, it was the Hulk who was necessary to unleash the One Below All from its dark domain in the first place.

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Trivia

  • The One Below All is one of the most mysterious and powerful demons to ever arrive in the Marvel multiverse due to its immense power. As it is the dark alter-ego/face of the One Above All, its power is limitless and unsurpassed though as the aspect of destruction it can only alter or destroy but never create.
  • Because of its name, many suspected this entity to be the evil-half of the One Above All, or an equally powerful (but evil) deity, which has since been confirmed as a reality.
  • There are numerous incidents within the series that suggest Hulk himself is either the host for the One Below All or may even be the entity itself. This is only half-true, as Hulk is actually the one who manages to defeat the entity, by seemingly killing its host—Brian Banner.
  • The One Below All is the embodiment of destruction but, unlike other destroyer deities and personified forces, it is does not represent natural decay, death, destruction or entropy as part of a natural cycle. Rather, it is instead an outside force acting on reality and not as a force of nature it represents, as it carries out the act of unmaking things willingly, deliberately destroying them.

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Hulk (2003): David Banner | Glenn Talbot | Thunderbolt Ross | Gamma Dogs
The Incredible Hulk: Abomination | Strategic Operations Command Center (Thunderbolt Ross) | Samuel Sterns | Tough Guy Leader
Hulk Vs.: Professor Thorton | Deadpool | Lady Deathstrike | Sabretooth | Omega Red | Loki Laufeyson | Hela | Enchantress | Skurge | Surtur | Malekith the Accursed | Valkyrie
Planet Hulk: Red King | Grandmaster | Skrulls
Heroes United: Iron Man and Hulk: Zzzax | Abomination | HYDRA

Television
The Incredible Hulk (1978): Dell Frye | Michael Sutton | Dark David Banner | Wilson Fisk
The Incredible Hulk (1982): The Leader | Doctor Octopus | Thunderbolt Ross | Puppet Master | Glenn Talbot | HYDRA | Spymaster
The Incredible Hulk (1996): The Leader | Abomination | Zzzax | Glenn Talbot | Doctor Doom | Wendigo | Thunderbolt Ross | Absorbing Man | Scimitar | Hybrid
Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.: Agents of C.R.A.S.H. (The Leader, Absorbing Man, Blastaar, Sauron, Titania & Abomination) | Annihilus | The Collector | Ego the Living Planet | Frost Giants (Laufey & Ymir) | Mole Man | Wendigo | Wrecker | Thunderball | Piledriver | Bulldozer | Doctor Doom | Fin Fang Foom | Galactus | Terrax the Tamer | Loki Laufeyson | Malekith the Accursed | Dormammu | Skrulls (Super-Skrull) | Maximus | Medusa | Gorgon | Skaar | Kree (Ronan the Accuser) | Firelord | Null the Living Darkness | High Evolutionary | Pluto | Xemnu | Red Ghost | Maestro | Super-Apes | Dracula | HYDRA (Red Skull) | Supreme Intelligence | Doctor Octopus | Venom | Impossible Man | J. Jonah Jameson

Video Game
The Incredible Hulk (1994): The Leader | Abomination | Absorbing Man | Tyrannus | Rhino
The Incredible Hulk: The Pantheon Saga: Maestro | U-Foes (Vector, Vapor, Ironclad & X-Ray)
Hulk (2003): The Leader | General John Ryker | Madman | Half-Life | Flux | Ravage | Thunderbolt Ross
The Incredible Hulk (2003): The Leader | Abomination | General Ross | Tyrannus | Skurge
The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction: Abomination | Devil Hulk | Thunderbolt Ross
The Incredible Hulk (2008): Abomination | Strategic Operations Command Center (Thunderbolt Ross & Glenn Talbot) | Bi-Beast | Enclave | U-Foes (Vector, Vapor, Ironclad & X-Ray) | Samuel Sterns

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