- This article is about the minifigure. For the Ultrabuild figure, see 4530 The Hulk.
- "Hulk Angry!.....Hulk Smash!"
- ―The Hulk in LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
The Avengers version Edit
Hulk is a human with distorted proportions, he is larger than a normal minifigure. Hulk has moulded black shaggy hair, his face depicts him as being angry with his mouth open and teeth showing. He is sculpted to be extremely muscular and only his arms and hands are moveable. Hulk's hands are designed to still be capable of holding minifigure accessories, and their feet. He wears dark tan pants and has huge feet the size of a 2x3 brick. Besides his face, legs and hair, Hulk's body is coloured green. He is very similar to the Wampa, and the Cave Troll, both in size, articulation and being able to hold a minifigure by its legs.
This version is based on his appearance in The Avengers.
Comic Book version Edit
The Comic Book version is made of basic minifigure parts. This version has Harry Potter's hair and a double sided face angry and slightly angry. The torso is printed to have muscles similar to the printing on Dastan's shirtless version and has back printing to show his back. The legs are green with purple printing that represents ripped pants. The pants show the signature purple pants, unlike the Avengers variant.
This version is based on his appearance in several comic books.
LEGO Marvel Super HeroesEdit
His Avengers variant is used in LEGO Marvel Super Heroes. He has super strength which he can use to lift and throw large objects. He can also change back to Bruce Banner to solve problems the Hulk can't, such as climb a rope, or build. In fact, if you try and build anything with Hulk, he attempts it but can’t figure it out, so he becomes angry and kicks the blocks around.
Bruce Banner was working on recreating the super soldier serum (which created Captain America) with gamma radiation. Convinced that he had recreated the super soldier serum, he tested it on himself, which involved exposing his body to dangerous levels of gamma radiation. As a result, he became a huge green monster, which almost killed his girlfriend Betty Ross and her father, General Ross.
General Ross wanted Bruce's monster as a weapon for the military, and pursued him across the world for years. He finally located Bruce at a soda factory in Brazil, using newly recruited soldier Emil Blonski to track and subdue Bruce. However, Bruce turned into the Hulk again, destroyed the factory, and fled.
Banner went to find data held by Betty, was reunited with her and retrieved the data. This lead to a battle at Culver University between the Hulk and General Ross, which resulted in Emil being seriously injured. Hulk ran away with Betty in his arms after he protected her from a helicopter firing at him.
Bruce and Betty then traveled to New York City to find Dr. Samuel Sterns in order to cure his "condition". Stern's formula was successful, but it only suppressed the Hulk within. Emil and General Ross arrived and captured Bruce. Emil, who was already enhanced by the super-soldier serum in him, added Bruce's blood into him and became the Abomination.
As the Abomination, Emil left a trail of destruction on the streets of Harlem immediately after, prompting Bruce to turn into the Hulk to fight him and protect the people of the city. He battled with the Abomination and won, almost killing him before Betty intervened. He ran away from a news helicopter while Emil was taken away by S.H.I.E.L.D., feeling he has more control of his power.
Later, Banner was recruited by the Black Widow and Nick Fury to help locate the stolen Tesseract (Cosmic Cube), and to be a part of a team called the Avengers, which also consists of Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Black Widow and Hawkeye. However, he was not supposed to be there to fight as the Hulk but merely follow the Tesseract's trail because it let off gamma radiation, which Bruce was an expert in the field of. Tony Stark tried to talk Bruce into using the Hulk as a hero, to which he disagreed. During the attack on the Helicarrier, Bruce hulks out, clashing with both Widow and Thor in his anger. Fury then orders a jet to open fire on the Hulk, causing him to attack the jet and be thrown off into a building on the ground far below. After being knocked unconscious by the fall and turning back into Banner as a result, he decided to head toward Stark Tower and rejoin the others.
After Loki and the Chitauri attacked, he turned back into the Hulk and is ordered simply by Captain America to "smash". Hulk ultimately defeated "puny god" Loki and saved Iron Man from falling to his death. Bruce is then seen driving off with Stark after Thor left with Loki as his prisoner.
Gallery of Variants Edit
Video Game Appearances Edit
TV Appearances Edit
See also Edit
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