Comic Books - The Hulk Comics
The Hulk is a powerful superhero. He is big, and he's green, but he is not always The Hulk, he's Bruce Banner. Bruce is a scientist who works for the army. He is working on a machine managing gamma rays on a desert testing site when, one day, somebody runs out onto the testing ground. Bruce notices the person exercising there, and he tries to stop the machine from powering up and firing a gamma shot out onto the testing ground. He can't stop the machine, so he throws his body onto the machine and absorbs all of the gamma energy himself.
When Bruce wakes up, he feels OK and thinks that nothing has occurred to him because of jumping on the machine. He then discovers that whenever someone makes him angry, he turns into The Hulk. When he's angry, Bruce starts shaking, and he then begins growing in size and mass. This causes his shirt to tear off, and he turns green. He always seems to keep his trousers though, because of them tearing slightly, but not enough to tear them all the way.
The Hulk is a giant, about the size of a small house. It also is worth noting the Hulk and Bruce Banner are not the same person. The Hulk thinks on his own and Bruce can't control The Hulk once he becomes The Hulk. He is a powerful hero because of his rage. The military knows this, and they try to stop him with everything that they have. You will see tanks fired at The Hulk in the comic book, but he smashes them with his super strength. They use helicopters, but The Hulk just requires a tank, grabs it by the gun, spins it around and throws it at the helicopter knocking it out the atmosphere.
The Hulk gets stronger based on how angry he becomes, so the more tanks, planes, or whatever else the Army aim at him, the more you can expect to see him tear through everything, making for an excellent comic.
The comic has supervillains that the Hulk fights too, most of which have the same super strength he has, and this makes for a few more high impact, action fighting with a lot of objects being thrown around the surroundings.
The Hulk will return to Bruce when his anger calms down. This comic is not like Spiderman, a hero that can become a superhero whenever there's danger around. The Hulk differs because when he's about, he destroys things, and not many people can talk to him, and tеll hіm ехасtlу whаt hе must do. He has a limited vocabulary and says phrases like "Hulk Smash."
If you're a superhero fan or like action comics with a great deal of stuff thrown and smashed, then this one is a great one for you to check out. The Hulk is all about action adventure.