The Hulk

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The Hulk
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"The Hulk is RED!?"

First reference: The Crane
"The Hulk" on Wikipedia

The Hulk is a fictional character created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby for Marvel Comics.

About

First appearing in The Incredible Hulk, Issue #1 in May 1962, The Hulk is known for being emotional and impulsive. He is the alter ego of physicist Bruce Banner, who is much more quiet and reserved. Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale's Hulk: Gray (2004) explores how Banner became The Hulk. Normally, the Hulk is portrayed as green, a color that was chosen by Stan Lee himself. In January 2008, Jeph Loeb debuted Red Hulk, a villain who erases all files about The Hulk. The Hulk's cousin, Jennifer Walters, is known as She-Hulk. Some of the many Hulk abilities are enhanced strength and regeneration.

References

Graphic Novel:The Crane

Hiro keeps a poster of Spider-Man and a figurine of The Hulk in his apartment.

Landslide

Candice brings Micah several Marvel comic books, including Hulk: Gray by Tim Sale and Jeph Loeb.

It's Coming

Hiro, mentally reverted to his ten year old self, finds himself in at a comic book store in Tokyo. He is shocked to learn that The Hulk is now red.

The Eclipse, Part 1

At Sam's Comics in Lawrence, Sam tells Hiro that he's got plenty of Hulk: Red issues. Among other series, the comic book store sells issues of Hulk #1 and She-Hulk.

Graphic Novel:The Trip, Part 1

In his "scrambled mind", Hiro sees a large character who looks like The Hulk (with red skin) walking down the street.

Close to You

Hiro, whose "brain is [still] scrambled", tells Ando that they must "turn Bruce Banner back into the Hulk." Later, Hiro sees Mohinder lying on the floor of his hospital cell, drugged and deprived of his super strength. Hiro yells through cell door, "HUULLK! GRRNGH!" and makes "super strength" motions with his arms.

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