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Subj: Re: Is there much evidence to Hulk having dynamic strength in the Ruffalo era?
Posted: Mon Nov 06, 2017 at 12:13:23 pm EST (Viewed 358 times)
Reply 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 403 times)
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.
He did catch the hammer in the fight with Thor. And the fight with Hulkbuster Hulk was really never in trouble during that fight. At least IMO.
Mostly Hulk seems to be just above most threats. To be fair, not much has been shown in the movies to even hurt the guy that much. He was probably hurt more in the Thor movie than any point to now. His skin was pierced by Fenrir and Thor was able to hurt him. Before that maybe the chitari in mass hurt him?
Seems to me the dynamic strength aspect plays up better if he had his own movies. On his own he is usually just shown as overwhelming force personified.
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