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Hulk Avengers Endgame.jpg
Hulk as depicted in Avengers: Endgame (2019)
Species Human mutate

Hulk is a fictional character, a superhero appearing in comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby, the character first appeared in The Incredible Hulk #1 in May 1962.

Publication history

The Hulk, also known as Dr. Bruce Banner, was created as a result of a gamma radiation experiment gone wrong. When Banner is exposed to intense gamma radiation, he undergoes a transformation, turning into the Hulk - a massive, green-skinned, superhuman creature with incredible strength.

Fictional character biography

As the Hulk, Banner possesses immense superhuman strength and durability. His strength increases proportionally with his level of anger, and he has been shown to have virtually limitless power. Despite his destructive tendencies, the Hulk often fights on the side of good, protecting innocent people and battling villains.

Throughout his comic book history, the Hulk has had various storylines and adventures. He has been a member of the superhero team, the Avengers, and has fought alongside other iconic Marvel characters such as Iron Man, Thor, and Captain America. The Hulk's alter ego, Bruce Banner, is a brilliant scientist with a tragic past, constantly struggling to control his anger and the destructive power of the Hulk.

In other media

The Hulk has become a popular character in various forms of media beyond comic books. He has been featured in animated television shows, video games, and live-action films. Notable portrayals of the Hulk include the Marvel Cinematic Universe films, where he is portrayed by actor Mark Ruffalo. The Hulk's appearances in films such as The Avengers (2012) and Avengers: Endgame (2019) have garnered widespread acclaim.


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