Richard Milhouse "Rick" Jones is a fictional character appearing in published by . Rick has been a sidekick to the Incredible Hulk, Captain America, Captain Marvel, and Rom the Spaceknight. He has been an active participant in many significant Marvel Universe story lines including the Kree-Skrull War and the Destiny War. Rick Jones had acquired powers causing him to transform into a massive creature calling himself A-Bomb, but later was "cured" of his powers.
Powers and Stats
Tier: At least High 5-A
Name: Rick Jones, A-Bomb, The Hulk, Whisperer
Origin: Marvel Comics
Classification: Human Mutate
Lifting Strength: Likely Class Y via Powerscaling
Striking Strength: At least Dwarf Star Class
Durability: At least Dwarf Star level (Capable of taking multiple hits from the Red Hulk and Abomination)
Stamina: Extremely high
Range: Extended Melee Range due to sheer size
Standard Equipment: None Notable
Intelligence: Very High as Rick Jones. Despite being a high school drop out , after his brain chemistry was altered he was able to hack into S.H.I.E.L.D.'s computer systems. He is also capable of learning tasks at incredibly fast speeds.
Weaknesses: His intelligence as A-Bomb can hold him back immensely at times.
- Destiny Force: On rare occasions, and through unusual circumstances, Jones has been able to tap into a mysterious energy source known as the Destiny Force. The Destiny Force is believed to be inherent in all humanity. Jones has used this power to alter reality in the past by bringing figures from his own imagination to life or even figures from different times of existence. He has proven able to render thousands of Kree and Skrull warriors immobile with a thought, single-handedly overcome the Atlantean army, augment all of his own physical attributes, heal himself after sustaining life-threatening energies and levitate. The full limits of the Destiny Force, its overall nature, why only Jones has been able to harness it at only certain times, all these are currently unknown.
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