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The Changing Faces Of The Hulk - 13/4/2012 12:02:37 PM   
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- 14/4/2012 10:17:10 AM   
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Bana is still my favorite Banner, though I'm not sure about Hulk.

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The Incredible Hulk - 14/4/2012 2:32:33 PM   
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I thought the 2008 version got unjust criticism, i thought it was ok, especially the end fight with the Abomination. It really felt like the comics. And the AA type battle against relapse was neat. Although nothing beats Ang Lee's battle against the gamma-infused pooches.

Can't wait for Avengers' Hulk, i reckon Ruffalo would do a perfect Banner.

Also, nothing comes close to the theme tune from the TV series.

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Ruffalo is perfect for Joss's Giant - 16/4/2012 7:50:08 AM   
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I saw an advanced screening of The Avengers yesterday. I'd love to say the hulk is a highlight but that wouldn't be fair to the rest of the film. It's a highlight amongst many highlights. I loved the film and can't wait to see it again.

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Ruffalo will Suck - 19/4/2012 12:10:20 PM   
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Yeah he's probably a decent fresh face, but no-one can really emulate Norton's skills. If I was Marvel or whatever, I'd have paid Norton. Anything.

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I like Hulk with a bit of meat on him ... - 20/4/2012 2:51:34 PM   
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The 2008 one wasn't bad, by any stretch of the imagination, but I always imagine him as a backstreet brawler type rather than a 0% body fat, tofu-eating gym monkey. I think it's more important to get a sense of his weight. He's a juggernaut, not a muscle car. Charlie Bronson, not Dwayne Johnson. Like I say, I think they all look brilliant, and I still really like the ambitious nature of the 2003 version (which looks even more ballsy with age - saw it again on SKY a couple of weeks ago and was blown away that they let Lee get away with so many far-out ideas, especially the stage theatre-like confrontation between Bruce and his father). New one looks especially cool though. Nothing says 'I have massive green balls' like a few tufts of back hair!

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