Meet Hulk, the pound, supersize pit bull
Disney XD has released a new trailer for upcoming animated series, Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. focusing on all of the different Hulks. Having stole the show in last year's The Avengers, The Incredible Hulk is heading back to the small screen this year – albeit in animated form – as the Green. He may be only 18 months old, but this puppy is already double the size he's supposed to be. Meet Hulk, a lb pit bull owned by Marlon and.
Also, his memory, both long-term and short-term, would now become markedly impaired in his Hulk state. Tales to Astonish 64 February was the last Hulk story to feature him speaking in complete sentences. In Tales to Astonish 77 MarchBanner's and the Hulk's dual identity became publicly known when Rick Jones, mistakenly convinced that Banner was dead when he actually had been catapulted into the futuretold Major Glenn Talbota rival to Banner for the affections of Betsy Ross, the truth. Consequently, Glenn informed his superiors and that turned Banner into a wanted fugitive upon returning to the present.
The Hulk helped to form the Defenders.
In issue the grey Hulk persona "Joe Fixit" was introduced, a morally ambiguous Las Vegas enforcer and tough guy. Banner remained repressed in the Hulk's mind for months, but slowly began to reappear. The s saw the Green Hulk return.
Overcoming the trauma, the intelligent Banner, cunning Grey Hulk, and powerful Savage Hulk personalities merge into a new single entity possessing the traits of all three. The Hulk also joined the Pantheona secretive organization of superpowered individuals. InBanner and the three Hulks Savage Hulk, Grey Hulk, and the "Merged Hulk", now considered a separate personality and referred to as the Professor become able to mentally interact with one another, each personality taking over the shared body as Banner began to weaken due to his suffering from Lou Gehrig's disease.
During this, the four personalities including Banner confronted yet another submerged personality, a sadistic "Devil" intent on attacking the world and attempting to break out of Banner's fracturing psyche, but the Devil was eventually locked away again when the Leader was able to devise a cure for the disease using genes taken from the corpse of Brian Banner.
As he starts to transform, the Hulk tells the Red She-Hulk to run far away from him. After defeating the Thing, Thor stated that he never could beat the Hulk, and instead removed him from the battle by launching him into Earth orbit, after which Thor collapsed from exhaustion.
Opposed by Dracula's forces, including a legion of monsters, Nul was seemingly unstoppable. Throwing aside the hammer, the Hulk regains control, and promptly leaves upon realizing "Betty's" true nature.
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Doom proceeded to perform brain surgery on the Hulk, extracting the uniquely Banner elements from the Hulk's brain and cloning a new body for Banner. Banner eventually leaves a video message for the Hulk in which he apologizes for his actions while they were separate, having come to recognize that he is a better person with the Hulk than without,  the two joining forces to thwart the Doombots' attempt to use the animals on Banner's irradiated island as the basis for a new gamma army using a one-of-a-kind gamma cure Banner had created to turn all the animals back to normal.
Bruce temporarily experienced some of Tony Stark 's memories of their first meeting before either of them became the Hulk or Iron Man. During this vision, Bruce witnessed Tony modifying the gamma bomb to be more effective prompting Bruce to realize that Tony was essentially responsible for him becoming the Hulk in the first place.
Later when he sided with Edwin Jarvis and tried to prevent his teammates from executing the Red Skull, the Hulk was thrown aside by Luke Cage. The Hulk's sorrow at his friends' betrayal awakened a new persona known as the bloodthirsty Kluh described as the Hulk's Hulk, being the ruthless part of himself that even the Hulk repressed with this new version easily defeating the Avengers, sneering that the Hulk they knew was nothing more than a "sad piece of 'Doc Green's' ID.
With his newfound intellect, Doc Green came to the conclusion that the world was in danger by Gamma Mutates and thus needed to be depowered. He developed a serum made from Adamantium nanobites that absorbed gamma energy. At the close of the storyline, Doc Green discovered that he was beginning to disappear as the result of the Extremis serum wearing off. He ultimately allowed himself to fade away, returning to his normal Hulk form, as he feared that remaining at his current intellectual level would lead to him becoming the Maestro.
Flashbacks reveal that the Hulk had absorbed a dangerous new type of radiation while helping Iron Man and the Black Panther deal with a massive accident on Kiber Island. Fearing the Hulk's meltdown would kill countless innocents, Cho was able to use special nanites to absorb the Hulk from Banner and take it into himself to become his own version of the Hulk, leaving Banner normal and free from the Hulk.
Having confirmed that he can no longer transform or sense the Hulk, Bruce spends some time travelling across America taking various risks such as driving at high speeds, running away from a bear, or gambling in Las Vegas, until he is confronted by Tony Stark out of concern that Bruce has a death wish.
Bruce instead acknowledges that he still harbors guilt and rage over how so many of the Hulk's rampages were provoked by various agencies refusing to leave him alone. The confrontation leads to the Beast hacking into Banner's work servers and the revelation that he had been injecting himself with dead gamma-irradiated cells.
Director Maria Hill places him under arrest. Banner gets infuriated at all these events, when suddenly, Hawkeye shoots Banner with an arrow to the head and then to the heart, killing him, much to the dismay and horror of the superheroes, especially Tony Stark.
At an Avengers-presided tribunal, Hawkeye states that Bruce Banner had approached him and ordered him to kill him if he ever showed signs of turning into the Hulk again. Afterwards, Hulk regressed back to Bruce Banner and returned to the dead.
- Meet the Hulks in first trailer for Marvel’s Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.
He fought Thing and Giant-Man 's A. Vengers until the temporary revival that Arnim Zola did to Bruce Banner started to wear off and cause Hulk to die again.
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Hulk participated since he knew that Earth will be destroyed either way while his Bruce Banner suspects that Hulk's revivals were a manifestation of Hulk's immortality. After feeling remorse for what happened, Bruce Banner became Hulk and faced off against Challenger.
He came back to life and turned into Hulk where he badly beat up Tommy Hill. The witnesses in the Dogs of Hell told Detective Gloria Mayes of the attacker as she and reporter Jackie McGee have a suspicion that it was Hulk even though Banner is believed to be dead.
Alternative versions of the Hulk A number of alternate universes and alternate timelines in Marvel Comics publications allow writers to introduce variations on the Hulk, in which the character's origins, behavior, and morality differ from the mainstream setting.
In some versions, the Hulk succumbs to the darker side of his nature: The Hulk is typically seen as a hulking man with green skin, wearing only a pair of torn purple pants that survive his physical transformation.
Meet the Hulks in first trailer for Marvel's Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.
As the character progressed, other outfits were designed that could stretch to accommodate the transformations back and forth. In Incredible Hulk 2, the Hulk started to appear with green skin,  and in Avengers 3 Banner realized that his transformations were now triggered by surges of adrenaline in response to feelings of fear, pain or anger. Banner, a physicistis sarcastic and seemingly very self-assured when he first appears in Incredible Hulk 1, but is also emotionally withdrawn in most fashions.
Banner has been shown to be emotionally repressed, but capable of deep love for Betty Ross, and for solving problems posed to him. Under the writing of Paul Jenkins, Banner was shown to be a capable fugitive, applying deductive reasoning and observation to figure out the events transpiring around him.
On the occasions that Banner has controlled the Hulk's body, he has applied principles of physics to problems and challenges and used deductive reasoning. It was shown after his ability to turn into the Hulk was taken away by the Red Hulk that Banner has been extremely versatile as well as cunning when dealing with the many situations that followed. When he was briefly separated from the Hulk by Doom, Banner became criminally insane, driven by his desire to regain the power of the Hulk, but once the two recombined he came to accept that he was a better person with the Hulk to provide something for him to focus on controlling rather than allowing his intellect to run without restraint against the world.
Shortly after becoming the Hulk, his transformation continued turning him green, coinciding with him beginning to display primitive speech,  and by Incredible Hulk 4, radiation treatments gave Banner's mind complete control of the Hulk's body. While Banner relished his indestructibility and power, he was quick to anger and more aggressive in his Hulk form and while he became known as a hero alongside the Avengers, his increasing paranoia caused him to leave the group, believing he would never be trusted.
Grest and Weinberg call Hulk the "dark, primordial side of Banner's psyche. 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 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'!
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. Artistically and conceptually, the character has become progressively more muscular and powerful in the years since his debut. This was later changed in story to indicate that the Grey Hulk and the Savage Hulk are separate personalities or entities fighting for control in Bruce's subconscious.
The Grey Hulk incarnation can do the more unscrupulous things that Robert Bruce Banner could not bring himself to do, with many sources comparing the Grey Hulk to the moody teenager that Banner never allowed himself to be. While the Grey Hulk still had the "madder he gets, the stronger he gets" part that is similar to the Savage Hulk, it is on a much slower rate. Originally, the night is when Bruce Banner becomes the Grey Hulk and changes back by dawn.
This form possesses the raw power of the Savage Hulk and the cunning intellect of the Grey Hulk. While he doesn't draw on anger to empower him, the Gravage Hulk persona draws on dimensional nexus energies to increase his level. This form has black skin and is viciously strong. This new or Merged Hulk considered himself cured and began a new life, but the merger was not perfect, and the Hulk sometimes still considered Banner a separate person, and when overcome with rage, the Merged Hulk would transform back into Banner's human body while still thinking himself the Hulk.
While in a calm emotional state, the Merged Hulk is stronger than Savage Hulk when he is calm. In addition, he is an expert in armed combat like the use of swords and shields. Green Scar is also a capable leader and an expert strategist.
This form has black skin, red lines, and a mohawk. Kluh had incredible power where he bested the inverted Avengers and knocked around Nova and has normal intellect. This persona is powerful enough to destroy Tony Stark's mansion with one thunderclap.
Only…not the Hulk he was use to. This Hulk, yes, was 9 feet tall, skin a dark green, and built like a linebacker. But he was wearing a dress shirt, black slacks and dress shoes, a newspaper in hand. He barely glanced up as he carefully turned the page, chuckling. General Ross reached for his gun, only to find it not there. It's our night to bring dinner? General Ross took a step back as Betty emerged from the kitchen, ducking her head so she could fit through the doorway.
Her emerald muscles seemed to dance and twitch as she walked towards him, lifting him like he was a toddler and giving him a bearhug.
The Betty-Hulk grinned, setting him down and letting Ross take a look at her. Her long black hair was done up in a beehive style do, a string of pearls around her thick neck. She was wearing a 50's style blue dress and an apron that barely covered her broad chest, looking very much like the mom on "Leave It To Beaver"…if said mom had 40 inch biceps. Betty-Hulk nodded, rushing to the stairs, the house shaking with her footfalls as she hurried up.
Ross could only stand there and make fish impressions, The Hulk folding the newspaper up neatly. General Ross' eyes nearly popped out of his head as he stared at the massive green skinned baby that cooed and shook his rattle. He looked around, finding himself in his office, a whiskey bottle on the table and one of his soldiers shaking him.