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The Hulk (Marvel Earth-61619) by LoganWaynee The Hulk (Marvel Earth-61619) by LoganWaynee
Update may/03/2015 a new hulks, redesign my whole template
Update July/06/2015 - Hulk's costumes on Avengers age of ultron as well the story. Caution, it may contain spoilers if you didn't watch the movie.

portrayed by Mark Ruffalo
- Real name: Robert Bruce Banner
- Age: 45
- Species: Human
- Relatives:  -
- Affiliation: Avengers, formerly Culver University faculty
- Base Of Operations:  Mobile; formerly Willowdale, VA; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Calcutta, India
-Occupation: Nuclear physicist, biochemist, research scientist; former professor, operator, handyman, casual worker, physician, fugitive.
- Powers and abilities:  Metamorphosis - Banner transforms into the Hulk as a result of the chemical catalyst of adrenalin and gamma radiation. As The Hulk he have Superhuman Strength; Superhuman Leaping Ability; Superhuman Durability; Superhuman Healing Factor; Immunity to Diseases and Viruses; Superhuman Speed; Superhuman Endurance. Bruce Banner is a gifted scientist with particular expertise in nuclear physics and biochemistry, famous for being one of the foremost geniuses of his generation. He is a highly rated expert in gamma radiation and according to Tony Stark his work on anti-electron collisions is unparalleled. Agent Coulson also compared him to Stephen Hawking. He learned Aikido and meditative breathing basic techniques, while in Brazil, with a martial arts expert.
- Origin: Born as Robert Bruce Banner, a research scientist and genius in nuclear physics working at Culver University, Dr. Banner was recruited by US Army top-secret bio-tech force enhancement research program to be part of their attempt to re-create the WWII super-soldier formula that originated Captain America, as a preventive measure for the next generation of warfare. Unbeknownst to Banner, who was working in a human radiation resistance subdivision of the program, a serum developed with his former Harvard co-ed/girlfriend Dr. Elizabeth "Betty" Ross would be enhanced by military scientists, transforming the original formula into a biological weapon.

Banner was sure that gamma radiation would activate and stabilize the serum in the human system as well as the vita-rays formula from Dr. Abraham Erskine.So sure in fact and under the threat of funding cuts, he had himself injected with it and exposed to a high amount of the gamma radiation. The combination of the two caused Banner to transform a heavily muscled giant with incredible strength, but vastly reduced intellect. The incident caused an explosion at the campus and the raging monster broke loose. In his escape, he destroyed the lab, fought against the army and accidentally injured Betty. His future transformations into the Hulk would be triggered by the release of adrenaline when he became intensely excited, angered or frightened.

While Betty was hospitalized in coma, he learned the truth about what he had been working on. He had believed that the serum was intended for enhancing radiation resistance, but in reality the military were more interested in creating a weapon. Blaming himself for all the people he hurt, the scientist decided to escape, went into hiding while the army declares a confidential manhunt. General Ross would became from this point his official nemesis.

Three days after the incident, Banner reached the Canadian border sneaking into a truck, where the driver was pulled over for a vehicle inspection. The border patrol officers found Banner and brought him in for questioning. Enraged, he transformed into the Hulk and tore up the freeway.Banner wandered the world avoiding population centers.In an apparently aimless journey, he came to be spotted via satellite recon photo in Canada and the Hulk sighted by locals along the North America who mistake him for a “green Sasquatch". While travelling through the Dakotas and towards Idaho a few months after the first transformation, an encounter with some state troopers led to violence. An investigation into his former hideout, suggested that he was eventually heading to South America. Two years after the incident, he changed his turn to Eastern Nunavut, near Arctic Circle, going to commit suicide in a mountain where his body would not be found. The attempt failed when Banner turns into his monstrous persona, breaking the ice and falling into the icy ocean below.Hulk then walked along the bottom of the ocean until he reached land.

Inside a bar in United States, the scientist was tracked in the secret mission code named by S.H.I.E.L.D intended to investigate the results of the bio-tech force enhancement program. He had a brief talk with a disguised Nick Fury before being forced into a fight with a undercover spy, transforming and threatening to hurt the agents as they expected. Subsequently, he was persuaded to give up the rampage and left the spot thereafter.

Months later in South America, on his travels through the jungle, Banner discovered a lost boy named Miguel and offered to help the child, taking him to a nearby village for directions. He was soon attacked by a cartel leader named Espinoza and his henchmen, under the impression that he was an American spy. After being beaten into telling the truth, Banner transformed into the Hulk and destroyed the criminal hideout.

After five years on the run, and still a fugitive, Banner had found work as a handyman in a soft drink bottling factory in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil while attempting to find a cure for his condition, looking for plants which inhibited radiation (Amazonia Tracheophytes) with the assistance of an Internet friend known to him as "Mr. Blue". With the aid of martial arts training and meditative breathing techniques, he had managed to go five months without a transformation. After some research, "Mr. Blue" requested that Banner send him a blood sample, which through some tests revealed a potential cure, however Blue needed the data of the accident that had changed him first. Unfortunately in workday, a small cut to his finger saw a drop of his blood fall into a bottle in the factory, and this found its way into the hands of a consumer in the United States. The resulting effects on the man were reported to General Ross, who had been hunting Banner ever since the original accident.

General Ross tracked the origin of the bottle and arrived at the factory with a team led by British Royal Marines-trained officer Emil Blonsky to bring Banner in. Following a ferocious battle in the soft drink bottling plant where he transformed into the Hulk, Banner escaped Blonsky to Guatemala, before making his way back to the United States. Returning to Culver University, he found that Betty was still working there in the Cellular Biology Department, and was dating psychiatrist Dr. Leonard Samson. He also found his old friend Stanley, a pizzeria owner, who gave him a job as a delivery boy. Banner used this job to sneak past a university security guard to continue his research, only to discover that the government got rid of all the details of the incident. One night Betty visited the pizzeria, discovered Bruce, and the pair reunited shortly thereafter.

General Ross received a tip-off as to Banner's whereabouts and staged a military attempt to capture the scientist on the Culver University campus. Emil Blonsky was again thrown into the fray, this time with biological enhancements of his own. Even with Blonsky in charge and Stark Industries experimental high-tech weapons, the operation turned into a catastrophic failure however, when Banner witnessed Betty being knocked down, and the rage building up within him once again unleashed the raging green beast. He engaged and routed the assembled military, also grievously injuring Blonsky, who was left in a critical state with bones crushed throughout his body. Grabbing Betty, the Hulk then fled the scene to Smokey Mountain National Forest.

Toward New York City, Bruce and Betty were making small stops along the way and both were located by Major Kathleen Sparr. They went to Grayburn College, Manhattan, to meet Banner's "Mr. Blue" Internet friend, Dr. Samuel Sterns, a cellular biologist. Accompanying Sterns to his lab, Banner and Betty learned that Sterns had developed a possible antidote that might reverse Banner's transformations after their occurrence, but was unlikely to prevent future ones, while an overdose could possibly kill him. Despite the risks, Banner agreed to test Sterns' antidote, and submitted to a test. The experiment worked, and exhilarated by the success, Sterns revealed that he had synthesized Banner's blood sample into a large supply with the intention of using it to enhance the human condition to the next evolutionary level. Appalled by what his colleague had done and fearful of the Hulk's power falling into the wrong hands, Banner attempted to convince Sterns to destroy the blood, but was then shot with a tranquilizer dart by one of General Ross's snipers.

As both Banner and Betty were taken into custody, Blonsky, whose super-soldier treatment had healed him, yet desperate for more power, confronted Sterns and pressured him into gaining gamma infusion to match that of Banner's. The resulting transformation mutated Blonsky into a hideous titan that then began rampaging through the city in a bid to draw out The Hulk. Banner, realizing that he was the only one who could stop the Abomination, convinced General Ross to release him. He jumped out of a helicopter, counting on the fall triggering a transformation and Hulk focusing on Blonsky as an obvious threat as opposed to him unleashing more random destruction.

Banner's plan succeeded, and after a violent, pitched battle in Harlem, he defeated the Abomination by strangling him with a high-tensile chain. Before he strangled his opponent to death, however, he was stopped in the act of killing by the intervention of Betty, and left the scene with the army in hot pursuit. After turning back, Banner fled north to Canada. Thirty-one days on the run, he had found himself a secluded place to rest in Bella Coola, British Columbia, and there he began practicing a new technique of initiating his transformation in a controlled manner.[4]

Banner crossed the border from Pakistan into India. An incident involving some local bandits provoked him into transforming into the Hulk, protecting local residents from the attempted terrorist attack.

A year and a half after the last incident, Banner found a new direction for himself acting as an unregistered physician helping people in the poverty-stricken slums of Kolkata. No longer obsessed with finding a cure for himself, he had gained peace of mind in helping others. One night while working, he found himself lured into a meeting with Natasha Romanoff, an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., who proposed a job for him helping S.H.I.E.L.D. with a dire emergency. Initially dubious, and suspecting that S.H.I.E.L.D. was really after his green alter ego, Banner resisted, but eventually he relented and agreed to Romanoff's request.

His assignment on the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier was to track the location of the Tesseract, an object of limitless power that had fallen into the possession of Loki. He worked together on this project with Tony Stark, the industrialist also known as "Iron Man", and was introduced to others, who like himself, were also more than human. Almost immediately, the clash of personalities within this assembled group provided a constant source of tension for all and Banner was subjected to frequent reminders of his need to contain the beast within. When others of the group apprehended Loki, and the Asgardian was imprisoned on the carrier, the antagonism only got worse. Banner and Stark both came to suspect that S.H.I.E.L.D. and Fury wanted the Tesseract for something more than unlimited energy, as they could have requested Stark's help with his Arc Reactor technology for the same purpose. Stark persuaded Banner to voice his thoughts to Steve Rogers.

he Hulk finally boiled to the surface again when Clinton Barton, a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent under Loki's control, led an attack against the carrier. Explosions from the attack caused debris from the ceiling to rain down on Banner, injuring him and triggering the change. He first rampaged around the vessel hunting Agent Romanoff, before turning his attention on Thor on the hangar deck. Finally, a S.H.I.E.L.D. pilot in a fighter jet outside got his attention by shooting him through a window, causing the Hulk to leap out and fall.

Banner awoke in the blasted remnants of a warehouse and was immediately greeted by a lone security guard who offered him clothing. He was also relieved to learn that nobody else had been around when he crashed down.

Following disturbances into New York City, where Loki had opened a dimensional rift, Banner located his superhuman acquaintances assembling to counter the threat. Although they were wary of another transformation, they insisted that he would be a help. Banner obliged, triggering a controlled transformation, then together with the others, he turned his attention on the Chitauri invasion force pouring through the portal. The Hulk did indeed prove to be an asset to the group. Not only did he single-handedly kill the first of the Chitauri leviathans that came through the portal, he was an unstoppable force in dealing with individual alien warriors, and instrumental in capturing Loki.

Long after the battle was over, Banner, now back to normal again, gathered with the others to see off Thor and the captive Loki. The threat had been neutralized and for a time the world would have little need of its protectors. Banner, and the remaining heroes said their goodbyes and parted company.

A few months after the Battle of New York, Tony Stark, in the wake of a confrontation against Aldrich Killian, came to Dr. Banner to talk about his traumas and life experiences. Banner fell asleep near the beginning of the session, telling Stark that he is "not that kind of doctor".

When S.H.I.E.L.D. collapsed in a bitterly fought coup, the sceptre that had been central to so much trouble fell into the hands of Hydra. Bruce Banner grudgingly reformed with his fellow Avengers in order to help trace it, but this time his green alter ego was also in high demand. Banner had always feared the damage that he could cause, and so he and his team mates had developed a number of protocols to deal with the Hulk. One of them was the "Code Green" protocol, whereby he would be held in reserve unless the team called for him only when absolutely necessary. The Hulk had also developed a rapport with Romanoff, and she would routinely help the Hulk transform back into Banner with a calming technique they referred to as "singing a lullaby." In fact the Hulk's participation did become necessary when the Avengers went to retrieve the sceptre from a Hydra research base in Sokovia. The Hydra personnel were no match for the Hulk's brute strength, and Banner deeply regretted his violence afterwards.

After returning with the sceptre to New York, Banner and the others threw a huge victory party. Late in the evening when most of the guests had gone home the men tried their hand at lifting Mjolnir, each without success. The game was interrupted however, when one of Tony Stark's Iron Legion made a surprise appearance, and after admitting that it was the result of Stark's Ultron program mixed with his research into the sceptre, it and several more like it, attacked the group. Banner did not exercise the option to use his alter ego to deal with the problem, instead diving for cover behind the wet bar with Romanoff while the others armed themselves and fought their robot attackers off. The attack was a diversion however, and one of the robots made off with the sceptre while the Avengers and their friends were engaged in battle.

When reports of robots attacking sources of vibranium began surfacing, the Avengers raced to a coastal scrapyard in Africa where Stark believed that a substantial quantity of the rare metal might be stored. Most of the team went into the site, leaving Banner alone on their quinjet awaiting their call, but even when it became apparent to him that a fight had broken out he could not get clarification that the situation was a Code Green. He was still at the quinjet when Ultron, along with two enhanced allies, Wanda and Pietro Maximoff, chanced upon him, and Wanda snatched the opportunity to manipulate him with her power.

Forced into an uncontrolled rage, Banner became the Hulk once more and made his way to Johannesburg. There he began to wreak havoc in the city while Stark, who had developed a technological contingency, rushed to stop him. It took a supreme effort on Stark's part to finally knock the Hulk unconscious, but by then the battle between between the two had resulted in widespread devastation.

The Hulk's rampage in Johannesburg had made pariah's of the Avengers, so they retreated to Hawkeye's remote farm to take stock of the situation and lie low. Romanoff, also wrestling with her own demons thanks to Wanda Maximoff's power, suggested to Banner that they could leave together and make a fresh start, but he rebuffed this citing concerns that there was nowhere they could go where he wouldn't be a danger to her. Nick Fury also appeared at the farm, and began refocussing the team's thoughts back to the problem of Ultron. Noticing a child's drawing of a butterfly, Banner made the observation that Ultron was trying to evolve. This got the remaining Avengers to split up and tackle the problem on two fronts, with Stark and Banner heading back to Stark's lab in New York.

Hawkeye was the next Avenger to arrive back in New York, after he, Black Widow, and Captain America, had snatched a regeneration cradle away from Ultron. Banner and Stark were surprised by the contents of this machine: an android body melded with a golden gem from inside the sceptre, inert but awaiting suitable software to give it life. Despite Banner's protests, Stark thought they should use the body rather than destroy it. Banner reluctantly agreed and got to work helping to integrate Stark's J.A.R.V.I.S. program with the android. The process was interrupted when Steve Rogers, with the Maximoff twins in tow, returned to Stark Tower, and Pietro settled the resulting argument by simply unplugging the regeneration cradle. Banner then watched as Thor arrived, repowered the system with lightning, and the android emerged.

While Banner had been working on the android, Barton had picked up a signal from Romanoff, now a prisoner of Ultron in Sokovia. The Avengers, with the android now calling himself the Vision and the Maximoff twins, headed back to Sokovia to rescue their team mate and confront Ultron. Banner's role in the plan was to sneak in and break Romanoff out of her cell while the others made a show of facing the robots head on. When he did so he was adamant that he wanted to remain normal, but Romanoff saw a need for the Hulk in the coming fight and forced the transformation by pushing Banner off a high ledge. After the Hulk had picked up Romanoff and leapt clear of the area, they both rejoined the rest of their team in a pitched battle against Ultron's robot force.

Eventually, the ranks of robots thinned out and by degrees the Avengers switched from combat to trying to evacuate Sokovian citizens. Romanoff took an opportunity to calm the Hulk, but this was interrupted by Ultron strafing him with the guns of the Avengers' own quinjet. Enraged, the Hulk rejoined the fight, first picking up Romanoff and carrying her to safety, before attacking Ultron on the quinjet directly and flinging the robot out above the streets of Sokovia. With that done he simply sat down and allowed the plane to carry him clear of the area on its autopilot. Romanoff sent a transmission a while later, trying to coax him into disengaging the quinjet's cloaking technology, but the Hulk sullenly severed the connection, finally understanding that he was a threat to those he cared about and wanting to get as far away from them as he could.


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DestruidorMicros Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2015
Ai cara você pode me arrumar um template desse?
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LoganWaynee Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Está na minha nova atualização que eu postei hoje
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DestruidorMicros Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2015
Obrigado, vlw mesmo
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EarthCenturion Featured By Owner May 2, 2015
Kendrick "Hero" Urgena Mk III: Least his pants don't rip in AoU.
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LoganWaynee Featured By Owner May 3, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Indeed lol
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EarthCenturion Featured By Owner May 4, 2015
Kendrick "Hero" Urgena Mk III: Something tells me that AoU took a s***-ton of inspiration from Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
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LoganWaynee Featured By Owner May 6, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Did he wear a suit like that on EMH? I really like the EMH, it is the best avengers series, but don't remember that
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EarthCenturion Featured By Owner May 6, 2015
Kendrick "Hero" Urgena Mk III: He actually did the purple non-rippable pants in Season 2, I believe.
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LoganWaynee Featured By Owner May 8, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Can't remember that right now :S
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EarthCenturion Featured By Owner May 11, 2015
Kendrick "Hero" Urgena Mk III: *shrugs* Oh, well.
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LoganWaynee Featured By Owner May 12, 2015  Student Digital Artist
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dicaico Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2015
Gostei do Baner mas nao gostei do novo <corpo> do hulk
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LoganWaynee Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2015  Student Digital Artist
ok, vc tem alguma sugestão para eu melhora-lo?
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dicaico Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2015
o que eu queria dizer é que gostava mais do  template antigo do que este novo por exemplo o tronco dele podia ser mais largo mas de resto gostei dos novos calções e assim pense nisso
 
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LoganWaynee Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2015  Student Digital Artist
eu perguntei por que não fiquei 100 por cento satisfeito, tava pensando em fazer uma amálgama do antigo e do novo, talvez fazer um tronco maior mesmo, eu vou repensar direito
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dicaico Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2015
:)
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Z-Lord Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
Awesome that Hulk has none destroyed pants.
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LoganWaynee Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Thanks Z-Lord, I don't know if its true but apparently Tony designed a special stretching pants for the hulk, maybe he talked to Reed about how he did for the Thing LOL
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Z-Lord Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
Maybe but my only question for Hulk would be why would you go back to torn pants? Atleast with these they won't tear easily.
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LoganWaynee Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Indeed
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Z-Lord Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
turns out hulk does have the stretchy pants in Age of Ultron if you see the Hulkbuster clip when he throws the car at Iron man you can see he has them on.
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LoganWaynee Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2015  Student Digital Artist
indeed, I saw it
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Z-Lord Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
You predicted the stretchy pants.
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LoganWaynee Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2015  Student Digital Artist
I'd like, but I actually saw a preview =p
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Gregohanhero Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2015
nice
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LoganWaynee Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Thanks very much
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