Hulk has become something of a fan-favourite Marvel character over the last few years, and a lot of that is down to Mark Ruffalo’s incredible performance as the complex superhero.
His character’s gone on quite a journey since the very beginning of these Marvel movies, but it wasn’t until Thor: Ragnarok that people really got to start understanding him.
In Avengers: Endgame we saw him become Professor Hulk, a combination of both the Hulk and Bruce Banner, and he’s pretty much akin to The Beast in the X-Men movies.
He’s a highly intelligent being with the body of the Hulk. He’s the best of Bruce Banner and the best of the Hulk.
It was a real thrill to see Banner and the Hulk morph into one like that on the big screen and it had been something which fans were desperate to see.
We could be getting a new Hulk in the MCU
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Now with the news that Marvel is developing a She-Hulk TV series, it’ll be interesting to see what happens to Bruce Banner’s Hulk.
We’re now getting reports from We Got This Covered that Marvel Studios is looking to bring in a new version of The Hulk which may get a few fans rather excited.
According to the outlet’s sources, Marvel Studios wants to bring in the Amadeus Cho version of Hulk, which would make sense, especially after Bruce Banner’s pretty bad injury in Avengers: Endgame.
Banner ended up putting the Infinity Gaunlet on and snapping his fingers in the movie, and his arm is basically useless ever since.
So, he might end up going through some stuff after that incident, and it’s still not really known what his involvement in the She-Hulk series will be.
How will Marvel bring in Amadeus Cho into the MCU?
That said, We Got This Covered was keen to stress that Marvel isn’t looking to bring an end to Mark Ruffalo’s version of the character in the MCU.
They merely want to bring in some new blood as a means to prepare for the future and for the old guard to be able to hand over the reins to new members of the Avengers.
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