Thanos vs. Hulk by Jim StarlinCosmic legend and fan-favorite creator Jim Starlin delivers an epic tale of Smash versus Space, as the Emerald Avenger goes head-to-head with the Mad Titan! Its bad enough that the Hulk has been kidnapped by Pip the Troll and traded to Annihilus, lord of the Negative Zone. But things get worse when Thanos is thrown into the mix! Annihilus plots to exploit the Hulk in a most unexpected fashion, but Thanos soon launches some Machiavellian machinations of his own. As Annihilus gains vast new might, the Hulk rampages through the Negative Zone...with Annihilus perennial rival Blastaar in hot pursuit! But when Thanos devious scheme comes to a head, can the Hulk survive? And can Thanos withstand the Hulks pure physical power unleashed? Find out right here! COLLECTING: Thanos vs. Hulk 1-4, WARLOCK (1972) 12
Why Bruce Banner Can't Turn Into The Hulk In Infinity War
After a swift, brutal defeat at the hands of the Mad Titan aboard the Asgardian refugee ship, the Hulk disappeared. When Banner tried to coax "the big guy" back out, the Green Goliath refused to answer the call, leading many fans to speculate he was frightened and traumatized after his first encounter with Thanos. Co-director Joe Russo referred to their relationship as "dysfunctional," in which the Hulk is "tired of playing hero to Bruce Banner.
Was Hulk scared of Thanos in 'Avengers: Infinity War'? Directors reveal answer
Now that the digital download of Avengers: Infinity War is available , director's commentary is revealing the subtext of scenes, their story decisions and how we got the version of Marvel Studios' tentpole in the form that broke most of the box office records. Director duo of Anthony and Joe Russo along with writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely reveal quite a lot about the story and the superheroes while commenting on the movie. One of the most frustrating questions about the tension between Bruce Banner and his Green Goliath Hulk was answered by these people. In the movie, we saw after being beaten up by Thanos on the Asgardian rescue ship, Hulk refuses to answer any of Banner's calls to aid when Avengers are fighting Dark Army. Ultimately we see Banner take charge of the Hulkbuster and participate in the battle that takes over Wakanda. What happened there? Was Hulk scared of Thanos?
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In the opening scene of Avengers: Infinity War, many were delighted to see the Hulk taking on Thanos but it soon turned out to be an anti-climax.
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Little did we realise that this is the last of Hulk we all have seen in the epic superhero tragedy that was Avengers: Infinity War. For the entire film, Hulk refused to come out even though he was summoned, requested and begged by Bruce Banner. Many claimed and assumed that it was because of the beating he took from Thanos that Hulk is scared to come out. The Hulk is scared of Thanos. But putting all rumours to rest, Mark Ruffalo who plays Dr Bruce Banner and his alter ego The Incredible Hulk in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, reveals the reason why Hulk refused to show up when he was needed the most. Robert Downey Jr may have revealed a spoiler. What could he possibly?