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2/28/2023 4:46 pm  #1

The Hulk (1977 TV Version)

The Hulk (1977 TV Version)

Real Name: Dr. David Bruce Banner

Aliases: Mr. Fixit, Joe Fixit, Gray Hulk, Green Hulk, and many more.

Occupation: Scientist, wanderer

Identity: Publicly known

Legal status: Citizen of the United States with no criminal record

Place of birth: Dayton, Ohio

Marital status: Single

Known relatives: Rebecca Banner (mother, deceased), Brian Banner (father, deceased), Elaine Banner-Walters (cousin)

Group affiliation: None

Base of operations: Mobile

Height: Variable, ranging from 5'9" to over 7 feet.

Weight: Variable, ranging from 140 lbs to over 1,000 lbs.

Eyes: Brown

Hair: Brown

Powers and abilities: Dr. David Banner possesses genius-level intelligence, particularly in the fields of biochemistry and nuclear physics. As the Hulk, he possesses immense superhuman strength, durability, and endurance, as well as the ability to heal quickly from injuries. His strength increases proportionally with his level of anger, and he has been shown to lift and throw objects weighing up to 100 tons. The Hulk is virtually immune to most forms of physical harm, including bullets, explosions, and falls from great heights. He can also leap incredible distances, often covering several miles with a single bound. Additionally, the Hulk has demonstrated a degree of resistance to mental manipulation and telepathy.

History: Dr. David Banner was a brilliant scientist working on a top-secret government project to develop a new form of radiation resistance. While experimenting with gamma radiation, Banner was accidentally exposed to a massive dose of the dangerous energy, which triggered a transformation into a monstrous creature known as the Hulk whenever he became angry or stressed.

For years, Banner wandered the country in search of a cure for his condition, constantly pursued by the government, which sought to capture and exploit the Hulk's powers. Along the way, he encountered various individuals and situations that tested his limits, both physically and emotionally.

Despite his immense power, the Hulk was often depicted as a tragic figure, tormented by the duality of his nature and his inability to control his transformations. Banner's ultimate goal was to find a way to separate himself from the Hulk permanently, but his efforts were often thwarted by his enemies and his own inner turmoil.

Known allies: Dr. Elaina Marks, Jack McGee, Rick Jones, and various others.

Known enemies: The United States Army, General Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross, Emil Blonsky (aka The Abomination), and various others.

Strength level: The Hulk possesses superhuman strength, enabling him to lift and throw objects weighing up to 100 tons.

Equipment: None

Weaknesses: The Hulk's most significant weakness is his inability to control his transformations, which can be triggered by emotional stress or physical injury. He is also vulnerable to psychic attacks and manipulation, particularly when in his human form. Finally, the Hulk's brute strength and lack of finesse make him susceptible to more skilled opponents.

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2/28/2023 4:47 pm  #2

Re: The Hulk (1977 TV Version)

Some of it is pretty good, though some comics aspects got in. And maybe not entirely immune to falls from great heights.

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