The Mysterious Hulk
The Hulk is a fictional superhero appearing mainly in comic books from the American publisher Marvel Comics. First appearing in the first issue of The Incredible Hulk, the green-skinned character has become one of the most popular characters within the Marvel Universe. The Hulk was created by writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby and Don Morrison. The Incredible Hulk’s greatest enemy is Dr. Curtains, a Gamma Orbute scientist who seeks to absorb the Hulk’s Gamma Energy.
The Hulk’s increased energy allows him to smash large chunks of concrete with only a few blows from his fists, as well as to punch and smash objects with incredible strength, such as vehicles. Due to an experiment with Gamma radiation, Hulk gains increased strength, speed, and durability. However, the gamma energy he absorbs also causes him to become immensely green in color and gains a massive tumor known as the Hulkbuster. The Hulk’s healing capabilities are so powerful that when cured of the Hulk (which is usually after receiving an injury such as being shot), he returns to his normal state.
Because of his huge size, the Incredible Hulk has had a number of different portrayals in a number of different media, ranging from cartoons, comic books, to even movies. Because of this, the origins and personality traits of the character have been given different permutations, sometimes retaining some of the basic traits of the Hulk, but changing certain aspects such as his voice or height. The latest incarnation of the Hulk, starring in his own series, has largely focused on making the character more relatable to viewers, as well as having a more colorful and unique look than previous incarnations. The film has proven a hit with both audiences and critics, and is expected to receive a second season.
The Incredible Hulk
The Incredible Hulk’s most well known battle with Dr. Bruce Banner is the Battle of New York, where the Hulk uses his newfound strength to literally smash through the skyscrapers of Manhattan using his feet. This is arguably the most famous scene in the series, and there are many versions of the attack involving the Hulk.
Most notably, in the sequel to the film, the Hulk is seen shredding the Manhattan skyline while making the entire city crash to the ground. This is often considered to be one of the funniest scenes in the film, and some fans even compare it to the climax of the first Lord of the Rings movie.
Hulk Massive Size Crush the Enemies
Due to his massive size, the Incredible Hulk has a number of different enemies throughout the films, all of which attempt to test if the Hulk can be stopped. Some examples of these characters include: The Leader, a warlord who wishes to use the Hulk for his own personal gain; Dr. Crawford, who want to use the Hulk’s strength to conquer the world; a group of terrorists who want to use the Hulk’s Hulk power for their own ends; and a member of the Chinese military who want to use the Hulk to wipe out the United States armed forces. However, the biggest and most memorable enemy of the Hulk is Dr. Curt Bruce Banner, who wants to use the Hulk’s natural abilities for his own ends. Aside from fighting with his fists, Hulk often fights toe-to-toe with Bruce while battling the Hulk for control over the Hulk.
Regardless of whether you agree with this character or not, you will no doubt recognize the humor behind the Hulk when he appears on screen. The Incredible Hulk trivia page on the World Wide Web will help you learn more about this interesting character and his colorful past. This is also a great place to find out about other movies featuring this fantastic character (or characters). If you are an avid user of the World Wide Web, you may also visit various discussion boards that focus on the Hulk.