Subj: Is there much evidence to Hulk having dynamic strength in the Ruffalo era?Posted: Mon Nov 06, 2017 at 10:07:41 am EST (Viewed 504 times)
Reply Subj: Just a few thoughts on Hulk's role in Thor:Ragnarok.
Posted: Sun Nov 05, 2017 at 11:13:09 am EST (Viewed 624 times)
This is was a well written/acted Savage Hulk. It was great seeing him have this many lines...BUT this is The Hulk that should have been this way from the beginning. He should have progressed to a Gravage Hulk over the past 2 yrs.
The way this Hulk fights in the arena is wrong given his huge reach/length advantage. Thor really dominated the fight and I cant help but think a Gravage version would have been more competitive. Even before Thor taps into his godhood mode he was wrecking him when he wanted to.
Btw, this film has an internal logic flaw in Thor's power level. He's repeatedly taken down and/or out by an uber taser even when he's eminating lightning outta his body he's dropped before his likely 3rd shot ends Hulk.
I am now fearing the hurting/beating Thanos is bout to lay down on this Hulk in Avengers:IW. Maybe by the 4th flick Hulk can have his version of Worldbreaker mode.
Seeing Thor get Korg/Miek friendships too is another downer. I dunno... feel bad Hulk won't ever get a proper Planet Hulk movie and that this wasted his best comics story ever. Was a great Thor movie tho.
Its subtle at best. I mean, Hulk's best feat is still the punch on the Leviathan and that was immediately after transforming. I think in the Norton film you see it during the fight with The Abomination as he's pushing Emil back. Ang Lee version showed it with growth change. A visual cue maybe in the eyes/veins might be enough. Or have a big enough dramatic differences in feats.
“This world is a maze of money and power. In which human beings lose themselves. They live their lives in the Labyrinth... ...and I am The Minotaur.”—Immortal Hulk #26