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THAT'S RIGHT this thread is for the greatest of the greats, THE GREEN SCAR, THE MAN WHO CAN SUMMON MANY DIFFERENT HULK personalities that you can really never shut him down, the Monster who slapped down the whole marvel hero's in WORLD WAR HULK the MONSTER KNOWN as THE WORLD BREAKER aka THE INCREDIBLE HULK.

This thread for all the Hulk fans to drop anything on the Hulk so Hulk fans please add to the thread and keep updating it on HULK movies, cartoon series that's dropping on dvd or tv, comics anything hulk or you want to just talk HULK COMICS


The Incredible Hulk is my favorite Comic Character and it's time everybody pay respect to the man


That's right 150 billion tons on the Hulk Shoulders while the puny humans and immortal god's laying down in defeat if i was the hulk i would dropped that mountain on them

After probing, the entity Beyonder once claimed that the Hulk's potential strength had "no finite element inside." His durability, regeneration, and endurance also increase in proportion to his temper. Greg Pak described the Hulk shown during World War Hulk as having a level of physical power where "Hulk was stronger than any mortal—and most immortals—who ever walked the Earth."


Mayne nobody want to see This Hulk who is known as THE MASTERO not even HULK want to see his future potential self


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    The Hulk is a fictional character, a superhero who appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, the character first appeared in The Incredible Hulk #1 (May 1962). He is a gigantic, green, irradiated mutant humanoid monster with incredible strength and size who cannot control his rage - sometimes characterized as impulsive and brutal, other times as cunning, brilliant, and scheming - often written and drawn as an antihero. The Hulk is cast as the emotional and impulsive alter ego of the withdrawn and reserved physicist Dr. Bruce Banner; Banner first transforms into the Hulk shortly after he is accidentally exposed to the blast of a test detonation of a gamma bomb he invented. Subsequently, Banner will involuntarily transform into the Hulk whenever he gets too angry or if his life is in danger, leading to extreme complications in Banner's life. Lee said the Hulk's creation was inspired by a combination of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and Frankenstein.

    Although the Hulk's coloration has varied throughout the character's publication history, the most consistent shade is green. As the Hulk, Banner is capable of significant feats of strength, the magnitude of which increase in direct proportion to the character's anger. As the character himself puts it, "The madder Hulk gets, the stronger Hulk gets!" Strong emotions such as anger, terror and grief are also triggers for forcing Banner's transformation into the Hulk. As a child, Banner's father often got mad and physically abused his mother, creating the psychological complex of fear, anger, and the fear of anger and the destruction it can cause that underlies the character. A common storyline is the pursuit of both Banner and the Hulk by the U.S. armed forces, because of all the destruction that he causes. He has two main catchphrases: "Hulk is strongest there is!" and the better-known "HULK SMASH!", which has founded the basis for a number of pop culture memes.
  • waterproofwaterproof Conqueror of Self On The Road to ZionPosts: 9,364 ✭✭✭✭✭
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    Concept and creation
    The Hulk first appeared in The Incredible Hulk #1 (May 1962), written by writer-editor Stan Lee, and penciller and co-plotter Jack Kirby, and inked by Paul Reinman. Lee cites influence from Frankenstein and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in the Hulk's creation:

    "I combined Jekyll and Hyde with Frankenstein," he explains, "and I got myself the monster I wanted, who was really good, but nobody knew it. He was also somebody who could change from a normal man into a monster, and lo, a legend was born."Lee remembers, "I had always loved the old movie Frankenstein. And it seemed to me that the monster, played by Boris Karloff, wasn't really a bad guy. He was the good guy. He didn't want to hurt anybody. It's just those idiots with torches kept running up and down the mountains, chasing him and getting him angry. And I thought, 'Wouldn't it be fun to create a monster and make him the good guy?

    Lee also compared Hulk to the Golem of Jewish myth. In The Science of Superheroes, Gresh and Weinberg see the Hulk as a reaction to the Cold War[4] and the threat of nuclear attack, an interpretation shared by Weinstein in Up, Up and Oy Vey. This interpretation corresponds well when taken into account alongside other popularized fictional media created during this time period, which took advantage of the prevailing sense among Americans that nuclear power could produce monsters and mutants. Jack Kirby has also commented upon his influences in drawing the character, recalling as inspiration the tale of a mother who rescues her child who is trapped beneath a car.

    Debut and first series

    The Incredible Hulk #1 (May 1962). Cover art by Jack Kirby and Paul Reinman.
    In the debut, Lee chose gray for the Hulk because he wanted a color that did not suggest any particular ethnic group. Colorist Stan Goldberg, however, had problems with the gray coloring, resulting in different shades of gray, and even green, in the issue. After seeing the first published issue, Lee chose to change the skin color to green.[8] Green was used in retellings of the origin, with even reprints of the original story being recolored for the next two decades, until The Incredible Hulk vol. 2, #302 (December 1984) reintroduced the gray Hulk in flashbacks set close to the origin story. Since then, reprints of the first issue have displayed the original gray coloring, with the fictional canon specifying that the Hulk's skin had initially been gray. [An exception is the early trade paperback, Origins of Marvel Comics, from 1974, which explains the difficulties in keeping the gray color consistent in a Stan Lee written prologue, and reprints the origin story keeping the gray coloration.

    The original series was canceled with issue #6 (March 1963). Lee had written each story, with Kirby penciling the first five issues and Steve Ditko penciling and inking the sixth. The character immediately guest-starred in The Fantastic Four #12 (March 1963), and months later became a founding member of the superhero team the Avengers, appearing in the first two issues of the team's eponymous series (September & November 1963), and returning as an antagonist in issues #3 and #5 (January–May 1964). He then guest-starred in Fantastic Four #25–26 (April–May 1964), which revealed Banner's full name as "Robert Bruce Banner," and The Amazing Spider-Man #14 (July 1964).

    Around this time, co-creator Kirby received a letter from a college dormitory stating the Hulk had been chosen as its official mascot. Kirby and Lee realized their character had found an audience in college-age readers.
  • waterproofwaterproof Conqueror of Self On The Road to ZionPosts: 9,364 ✭✭✭✭✭
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    i remember i used to get hype in the 80's when ever there was a Hulk vs Thing issue that came out but then i realized that The Thing keeps getting his ass whooped and it aint really a match



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    Height: 5' 9 1/2"


    Eyes: Brown

    Hair: Brown


    All physical attributes: Normal

    Special skills: Banner has an extensive knowledge of physics.

    Known relatives:Elizabeth "Betty" Ross Talbot Banner (wife, deceased), Brian Banner (father, deceased), Rebecca Banner (mother, deceased), Morris Walters (uncle), Elaine Banner Walters (aunt, deceased), Jennifer Walters (alias She-Hulk, cousin), Mrs. Drake (aunt, possibly deceased), Cassandra Walters Pike (aunt), David Pike (cousin)

    Bruce Banner was a ticking bomb waiting to go off. It's ironic that it was a real gamma bomb that really started Bruce on his path. Beneath the surface of the mild mannered scientist was the heart of a raging monster who had been building steam within Banner. From the years of abuse to both his mother and himself, to his mother's murder by his father, to the eventual killing of his abusive father Banner had repressed his emotions in an attempt to prevent himself from acting like his father. The pain of the abuse coupled with the regression of his emotions created within Bruce multiple personalities. When that gamma bomb exploded it gave form to the subconscious personalities. Who knows what may have happened to Banner had he not been bathed in the radiation from the gamma bomb those years back.

    Bruce Banner: The chief, reserved core identity. Bruce is highly intelligent but virtually devoid of emotion, although he does show affection for people, including a sexual interest in women; in fact, despite his "problem", Bruce is rather fortunate with women in the matters of the heart, see his romances here. He is the man within the beast, the human manifestation of the Hulk.

    Bruce Banner suffers from Dissociative Identity Desorder (AKA multiple personality disorder or split personality).

    The Hulk's identities manifest the capacity for rage and violence that Banner, in his human form, has repressed all of his life.

    The extent of Banner's disorder has only recently been appreciated, and a number of identities or personalities have been discovered.


    who is really the Monster, Dr David Bruce Banner or The Green Scar in the Marvel Universe in all of the SMASHING of cities the Incredible Hulk have never killed a person but Bruce Banner have killed before and being one of the smartest men on the planet (including Tony Starks, Reed Richards, Dr. Doom, Hank Pym, T'Challa, Beast, Charles Xavier and Amadeus Cho) Bruce Banner is known to be cold and manipulative as shown in the FALL OF THE HULKS
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  • waterproofwaterproof Conqueror of Self On The Road to ZionPosts: 9,364 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited July 2012

    SMH ZEUS huh, LOL..... See with THE WORLD BREAKER everybody want to bring GOD'S AND COSMIC ENTITIES and shit and HULK hangs with them but they never meet SAVAGE HULK or WORLD WAR HULK

    but still with the weaker personalities HULK still bangs with GOD'S and COSMIC ENTITIES and whooped some of they asses

  • CopperCopper The WickPosts: 48,088 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Only silverware I need is a steak knife and a fork./
    Did you forget your fuckin manners,/
    I'm Bruce with banners,/
    Ludacris, Johnny Rockets when i shoot the cannon /
  • waterproofwaterproof Conqueror of Self On The Road to ZionPosts: 9,364 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited July 2012
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    and we all know what happen, THE WORLD BREAKER came out like the KING HE IS. even though it was a skrull
  • MorganFreemanKingMorganFreemanKing Posts: 4,193 ✭✭✭✭✭
    You pick up that Hulk Smash miniseries?
  • Triple B'sTriple B's Posts: 1,609 ✭✭✭✭
    Great thread. WorldBreaker Hulk is every part of "That Nigga"
  • waterproofwaterproof Conqueror of Self On The Road to ZionPosts: 9,364 ✭✭✭✭✭
    You pick up that Hulk Smash miniseries?

    @MorganFreemanKing No i haven't i will have to run to the comic store and place an order of back issues of the series, I have the Planet Hulk, World War Hulk, The Fallen of the Hulks and The Incredible Hulks series, World War Hulks. I have been slipping on my collections I usually collect All the X-men books from New Mutants, X-Factor, X-Force ect..., Hulk (i dont fuck with Rulk/Thunderbolt) The Black Panther, Dr. Doom, Batman, Joker, Fantastic Four and in all my years of collecting comic i might really start reading the Avengers.

    But whats the HULK SMASH miniseries about.

  • waterproofwaterproof Conqueror of Self On The Road to ZionPosts: 9,364 ✭✭✭✭✭
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    The Hulk

    During the experimental detonation of a gamma bomb, scientist Bruce Banner rushes to save a teenager who has driven onto the testing field. Pushing the teen, Rick Jones, into a trench, Banner himself is caught in the blast, absorbing massive amounts of radiation. He awakens later in an infirmary, seeming relatively unscathed, but that night transforms into a lumbering gray form that breaks through the wall and escapes. A soldier in the ensuing search party dubs the otherwise unidentified creature a "hulk".

    The original version of the Hulk was often shown as simple and quick to anger. His first transformations were triggered by sundown, and his return to Banner by dawn. However, in Incredible Hulk #4, Banner started using a gamma-ray device to transform at will. In more recent Hulk stories, emotions trigger the change. Although gray in his debut, difficulties for the printer led to a change in his color to green. In the original tale, the Hulk divorces his identity from Banner’s, decrying Banner as "that puny weakling in the picture." From his earliest stories, the Hulk has been concerned with finding sanctuary and quiet, usually simply wanting to be left alone, and often is shown reacting emotionally to situations quickly. Classically the Hulk has been portrayed as combining the brutish viciousness of a neanderthal with the gentleness and naivity of a child. Grest and Weinberg call Hulk the "dark, primordial side of [Banner's] psyche."

    Even in the earliest appearances, Hulk spoke in the third person. The Hulk retains a modest intelligence, thinking and talking in full sentences, and Lee even gives the Hulk expository dialogue in issue six, allowing readers to learn just what capabilities the Hulk has, when the Hulk says, "But these muscles ain't just for show! All I gotta do is spring up and just keep goin'!" In Marvel: Five Fabulous Decades of the World's Greatest Comics, Les Daniels addresses the Hulk as an embodiment of cultural fears of radiation and nuclear science. He quotes Jack Kirby thus: "As long as we're experimenting with radioactivity, there's no telling what may happen, or how much our advancements may cost us." Daniels continues, "The Hulk became Marvel's most disturbing embodiment of the perils inherent in the atomic age."

    Though usually a loner, the Hulk helped to form both the Avengers and the Defenders. He was able to determine that the changes were now triggered by emotional stress.

    The Fantastic Four #12 (March 1963), featured the Hulk's first battle with the Thing. Although many early Hulk stories involve General Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross trying to capture or destroy the Hulk, the main villain is often, like Hulk, a radiation-based character, like the Gargoyle or the Leader, along with other foes such as the Toad Men, or Asian warlord General Fang. Ross' daughter, Betty, loves Banner and criticizes her father for pursuing the Hulk. General Ross' right-hand man, Major Glenn Talbot, also loves Betty and is torn between pursuing the Hulk and trying to gain Betty's love more honorably. Rick Jones serves as the Hulk's friend and sidekick in these early tales.

    In the 1970s, Hulk was shown as more prone to anger and rage, and less talkative. Writers played with the nature of his transformations, briefly giving Banner control over the change, and the ability to maintain control of his Hulk form.

    Hulk stories began to involve other dimensions, and in one, Hulk met the empress Jarella. Jarella used magic to bring Banner’s intelligence to Hulk, and came to love him, asking him to become her mate. Though Hulk returned to Earth before he could become her king, he would return to Jarella's kingdom of K'ai again.

    When Bill Mantlo took on writing duties, he led the character into the arena of political commentary when Hulk traveled to Tel Aviv, Israel, encountering both the violence of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, and the Jewish Israeli heroine Sabra. Soon after, Hulk encountered the Arabian Knight, a Bedouin superhero.

    Under Mantlo's writing, a mindless Hulk was sent to the "Crossroads of Eternity", where Banner was revealed to have suffered childhood traumas which engendered Bruce's repressed rage.

    Having come to terms with his issues, at least for a time, Hulk and Banner physically separated under John Byrne's writing. Separated from the Hulk by Doc Samson, Banner was recruited by the U.S. government to create the Hulkbusters, a government team dedicated to catching Hulk. Banner and Ross married, but Byrne's change in the character was reversed by Al Milgrom, who reunited the two personas, and with issue #324, returned the Hulk to his gray coloration, with the changes occurring at night, regardless of Banner's emotional state. The Hulk appeared to perish in a gamma bomb explosion, but was instead sent to Jarella's home dimension of K'ai.

    Shortly after returning to Earth, Hulk took on the identity of "Joe Fixit," a shadowy behind the scenes figure, working in Las Vegas on behalf of a casino owner, Michael Berengetti. For months, Banner was repressed in Hulk’s mind, but slowly began to reappear. Hulk and Banner began to change back and forth again at dusk and dawn, as the character initially had, but this time, they worked together to advance both their goals, using written notes as communication as well as meeting on a mental plane to have conversations. In The Incredible Hulk #333, the Leader describes the gray Hulk persona as strongest during the night of the new moon and weakest during the full moon. Eventually, the Green Hulk began to reemerge.

    In issue #377, David revamped the Hulk again; Doctor Leonard Samson engages the Ringmaster's services to hypnotize Bruce Banner and force him, the Savage Hulk (Green Hulk) and Mr. Fixit (Gray Hulk) to confront Banner's past abuse at the hands of his father Brian Banner. During the session, the three identities confront a "Guilt Hulk," which sadistically torments the three with the abuse of Banner’s father. Facing down this abuse, a new larger and smarter Hulk emerges and completely replaces the "human" Bruce Banner and Hulk personae. This Hulk is a culmination of the three aspects of Banner. He has the vast power of the Savage Hulk, the cunning of the gray Hulk, and the intelligence of Bruce Banner.

    Hulk: Future Imperfect #2 (January 1993) depicting the Maestro. Cover art by George Pérez.
    Peter David then introduces the Hulk to the Pantheon, a secretive organization built around an extended family of superpowered people.[38] The family members, mostly distant cousins to each other, had codenames based in the mythos of the Trojan War, and were descendants of the founder of the group, Agamemnon. When Agamemnon leaves, he puts the Hulk in charge of the organization. The storyline ends when it is revealed Agamemnon has traded his offspring to an alien race to gain power. The Hulk leads the Pantheon against the aliens, and then moves on. During his leadership of the Pantheon, Hulk encounters a depraved version of himself from the future called Maestro, who Delphi saw in a vision back in The Incredible Hulk vol. 2, #401 with part of the events occurring concurrently in The Incredible Hulk vol. 2, #415.

    Thrown into the future, Hulk finds himself allied with Rick Jones, now an old man, in an effort to destroy the tyrant Maestro. Unable to stop him in any other manner, Hulk uses the time machine that brought him to the future to send the Maestro back into the heart of the very Gamma Bomb test that spawned the Hulk.
    Artistically, the character has been depicted as progressively more muscular in the years since his debut.
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    The "Savage" Hulk. Perhaps the most well-known personality, he has childlike levels of intelligence and curiosity, longs for friendship and love, and is prone to violent fits of rage. The Savage Hulk is usually unaware that he is actually Banner, whom he sees as a different person and an enemy. This personality is stronger than most.


    The second and most common personality is the Child or Savage Hulk. This personality sways between petulant or violent belligerence to child-like naivety and a desire for acceptance. The Savage Hulk has on occasion been controlled by the mind of Dr. Banner, but his anger would eventually lead to the Savage Hulk's personality gaining dominance.[/b]
  • waterproofwaterproof Conqueror of Self On The Road to ZionPosts: 9,364 ✭✭✭✭✭
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    Height: 7'

    Weight: 1,040 lbs

    Eyes: Green

    Hair: Green

    Intelligence: Learning impared

    Strength: Hulk's level in a calm state is Superhuman Class 90. Hulk is easily enraged sending him up into and well past the Class 100 range, The Hulk's anger knows no bounds and a limit to his strength has yet to be reached.

    Speed: Enhanced Human

    Stamina: Metahuman

    Durability: Demi-godlike

    Agility: Normal

    Reflexes: Athlete

    Fighting Skills: Good hand to hand combatant

    Superhuman physical powers: Superhuman strength, stamina, and durability. Hulk posesses an incredible healing factor. Hulk also posesses the ability to leap 3 miles in a single jump (this number is highly subjective as Hulk has managed to nearly jump out of Earth's atmosphere). Most importantly Hulk has an ability to get stronger as he gets madder.

    Superhuman mental powers: Hulk posesses the ability to see ghosts and astral forms. He also formerly had the ability to find the New Mexico desert. This was explained to be the Maestro, who had been there since the original gamma bomb went off, calling out to him. Since then Maestro has moved from the site and it is unclear if Hulk still posesses this ability.

    Special limitations: Savage Hulk is often transforms back into Bruce Banner. Most often it occurs because the Hulk has calmed and is no longer producing the rage needed.

    The Savage Hulk is perhaps the most powerful of the incarnations of the Hulk. Savage Hulk was created from the time of Banner's life in which his father, Brian, killed his mother, Rebecca. Bruce never vocalized his pain so he allows the savage Hulk to do it. This is why this Hulk acts in such a childlike manner. He is egocentric, thinking the world revolves around him, and usually wants to be left alone. This might also explain why the savage Hulk is perhaps the most powerful version of the Hulk, save for the mindless Hulk. The murder is the most painful time in Bruce's life. Since this Hulk is rooted in that time period perhaps the savage Hulk's rage is feuled by it making him stronger any of the others.
  • CottonCitySlimCottonCitySlim Posts: 6,616 ✭✭✭✭✭
    You gonna talk about his sons?
  • MorganFreemanKingMorganFreemanKing Posts: 4,193 ✭✭✭✭✭
    @waterproof My bad. Its call 'Hulk Smash Avengers' its a 5-issue miniseries that highlights the up and down relationship between... Hulk and the Avengers. My favorite is issue 4 as it has Joe Fixit when he was doing his bid as The Enforcer in Vegas
  • waterproofwaterproof Conqueror of Self On The Road to ZionPosts: 9,364 ✭✭✭✭✭
    MobTown wrote: »
    You gonna talk about his sons?

    Yeah im going to talk about Skaar planet-skaar.jpg

    and Skaar Twin and Hulk other son Hiro Kala hirokala2.jpg

    and his daughter LYRA hpsshehulk001-cov_288x288.jpg

    Hulk be dropping seeds
  • waterproofwaterproof Conqueror of Self On The Road to ZionPosts: 9,364 ✭✭✭✭✭
    @waterproof My bad. Its call 'Hulk Smash Avengers' its a 5-issue miniseries that highlights the up and down relationship between... Hulk and the Avengers. My favorite is issue 4 as it has Joe Fixit when he was doing his bid as The Enforcer in Vegas

    @MorganFreemanKing thanks for the heads up, i haven't read that series, and im going to the comic book shop before i hit golds gym today and im going to stop by and ask for some back issues, if you know any more good hulk series or issues please drop them for the HULK fans and add to this thread.

    This thread for all the Hulk fans to drop anything on the Hulk so Hulk fans please add to the thread and keep updating it on HULK movies, cartoon series that's dropping on dvd or tv, comics anything hulk
  • CottonCitySlimCottonCitySlim Posts: 6,616 ✭✭✭✭✭
    The best thing for hulk was marvel rebooting him with world war hulk since then his series has been way way intresting
  • waterproofwaterproof Conqueror of Self On The Road to ZionPosts: 9,364 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited July 2012
    MobTown wrote: »
    The best thing for hulk was marvel rebooting him with world war hulk since then his series has been way way intresting

    100% correct AND it was the PLANET HULK 256vafo.jpg series that started off the run that we are having now. PLANET HULK was the best thing happen to Hulk. Hulk on a planet where he can be injured and killed captured as a slave and to fight for his life and freedom, that series was a hit. And when the Illuminati being shooked of the WORLD BREAKER saying he's to dangerous to be on earth and sending him into space.

    THEN from a slave to a gladiator then became a KING
  • I Am HimI Am Him Posts: 261 ✭✭✭
    I can honestly say I have never liked the Hulk until Planet Hulk. Before that, the only time I could stand to see the Hulk was when Wolverine came to town. Forget Hulk Vs. Thing, the best fights are Wolverine vs. Hulk
  • MorganFreemanKingMorganFreemanKing Posts: 4,193 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited July 2012
  • CottonCitySlimCottonCitySlim Posts: 6,616 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Yea my bad i meant planet hulk, i even has the little movie they did
  • MorganFreemanKingMorganFreemanKing Posts: 4,193 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Aye can someone school me on when the Hulk went from gray to green?
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