Tags: Hulk This entry was posted on Sunday, February 28th, 2010 at 11:17 pm by Brandon Hanvey and is filed under Comic.
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While I disagree with some of the analysis of Pak’s Hulk, point well made sir. Point well made! 🙂
too long for my taste I would just have the first and the last 3 panels.
but that just me, sorry if Im mean
Algeya – I don’t think you’re being mean, but I do think you may have missed the point of Comic Critics!
Is that the same mom that bought the Dr. Manhattan…”toy”?
Notice the word “Critics” in the name “Comic Critics,” implying that there is some critiquing happening, which is exactly what Josh’s dialogue here consists of.
@naswho: Nah, it couldn’t be her. I hear she never leaves the house anymore.
To be fair, Banner did get schooled hard in multiple fashions in this: his wife is in love with one of his enemies and hates him, and his enemies still managed to win and capture him.
Out of all the science guys, Banner always seemed the most sinister and psychopathic. Think about it, before becoming the Hulk, he designed superbombs for the government. He’s super intelligent, but that aspect has never really been explored as much as him being the Hulk and on the run. He’s less heroic, flawed, etc, and just more like a creepy serial-killer. Without the Hulk, who knows what kind of fucked up shit he’d have done,
If he was never the Hulk, it’s likely that he’d mess the world up with all sorts of really terrible weapons of war. Like Oppenheimer.
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