To many Hulks

#1 Posted by Abattoir (878 posts) - - Show Bio

Is to many hulks taking away from the one hulk & what he is & what it means to be hulk

#2 Posted by HammerTron (759 posts) - - Show Bio

How many are there?

I can only think of two.

Green Hulk (Bruce Banner)

Red Hulk (Whoever he is)

#3 Posted by doomsilver (652 posts) - - Show Bio

red hulk thunderbolt=thunderbolt ross red she hulk= betty ross

#4 Posted by Kallarkz (3389 posts) - - Show Bio

There are only 3.

And what do you mean by "What it means to be Hulk"? Not a very prestigious title.

Lately anyways, RULK is much more interesting than Hulk.

#5 Posted by Herokiller12344 (1046 posts) - - Show Bio

Back in the good old days Hulk was supposed to be the bad guy; the unstoppable, invincible, rageaholic and Banner was the good guy; the calm, smart loving man that was trying to keep Hulk away.

#6 Posted by x_29 (2375 posts) - - Show Bio

Green Hulk= Cool


Lyra= eh okay

Red She- hulk= noooooooo

Red Hulk= Helllllllllllll noooooooooooo

Skar= eh okay

#7 Posted by Sylvaniel (5 posts) - - Show Bio

There should only be one hulk IMO.

#8 Posted by HammerTron (759 posts) - - Show Bio

There is only one Hulk. However, there are many characters that have very similar appearances and powers from the same source that gave the original Hulk his powers. I think it makes the hulk more believable in the story because the story provides a reasonable explanation for what happened and how he gained the powers in the first place. In the real world many people are good at sports, music, science, and other things and they all became good at those things the same way.They became good through proctice. The Hulk became strong through gamma radiation exposer. Both are things that anyone could do or have happen to them.

#9 Edited by JonSmith (4222 posts) - - Show Bio

If it were any other superhero being replicated over and over, I'd agree, but the difference is, each Hulk is uniquely different based on the person they were BEFORE they were a Hulk.

Bruce repressed his rage and helplessness, and when hit by gamma rays, he became an unstoppable engine of destruction, which only grew more powerful as it was angered. In fear of this power, he calls it a monster and seeks to control or get rid of it, or keep it locked away inside.

Thaddeus Ross defined himself by the Hulk, one last war. Ross was the epitome of a good soldier: Loyal, willing to take orders without question, and an unquestionably courageous leader. The Hulk was none of these things. Where others saw a monster to run away from, Ross saw a dog that had to be put down, at all costs. For many years, he fought this monster with his military tactics, and each time was crushed, the ideals he stood for knocked away by superior force. So when he finally took the gamma, HE became the superior force, the opposite to what had always opposed him, a Red Hulk.

And on and on. Look deep enough at the people behind the rays, and you can see a very interesting character, given the chance to breathe and come to the surface in the most obvious manner, set free by the gamma rays. So no, I don't think there are too many Hulks.

#10 Edited by PowerHerc (86130 posts) - - Show Bio

There are way to many Hulks these days.

There should only be one; The original - Bruce Banner.

#11 Edited by Zardu (367 posts) - - Show Bio

When comic writers run out of ideas, they invent new characters. Yes, there are too many Hulk´s. Keep the one and only Hulk and create good stories.

#12 Posted by RoboShark (1634 posts) - - Show Bio


Red She- hulk= noooooooo

Better read you some DEFENDERS. She-Hulk in the sixties....Yes please.

#13 Posted by Vance Astro (89583 posts) - - Show Bio

There isn't enough Hulks. Bring back all those obscure Hulks like Hulkpool and the Captain America Hulk, and all those Hulked Out Animals from the Island of 1000 Hulks.

#14 Edited by OmegaTheDestroyer (1060 posts) - - Show Bio

I was fine with She-Hulk, Skaar, and Lyra and even A-Bomb to an extent but the Red Hulks are unnecessary and I don't care for them at all

#15 Posted by TheCrowbar (4397 posts) - - Show Bio

@Vance Astro: Hulkpool and Captain America Hulk were just Liefield's art they weren't actually Hulks.

(I'm Kidding)

#16 Posted by Onemoreposter (4258 posts) - - Show Bio

@Abattoir: Its just the way of things friend. Every interesting character is bound to have multiple "clones." I wasn't to happy about all different colored CORPS in Green Lantern initially, hell I guess I still ain't, but it is the way of things. Give it time enough and we'll have Blue Hulk and Yellow Hulk and Plant Hulk and Sea Hulk. We probably already do have all that, albeit under different names. Best advise I can give you is to just try and enjoy the one(s) you like and ignore the others you don't best you can.

#17 Posted by MisterKetch (254 posts) - - Show Bio

I just don't like seeing 4 Hulks in the same panel, Hulk should do his own thing, Red Hulk should be leading a team, Red She Hulk in defenders (I don't read it but that does sound interesting), and Green She Hulk on the Avengers. That's already pushing it and we still have Hulk's son, wife etc etc. There should only be a few Hulks on earth at any given time. Otherwise since most of them are good it would undermine the credibility of major threats if a strike team of 7 hulks can just be called up.

#18 Posted by theTimeStreamer (2845 posts) - - Show Bio

thank god for other hulks because brucey these days sucks. i kept hoping for an awesome end to the crawling storyline in incredible hulk. all i got was the same OLD AS HELL 'bruce and hulk work together'. FOR THE 10000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000X TIME!!

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