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26th Mar '18 10:07:06 AM DVB
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* Comicbook/{{The Hulk}}, in usual appearances is childlike and innocent. He is prone to violent fits of rage and causes lots of collateral damage when someone attacks him, but all he wants is to have friends and be liked.

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* Comicbook/{{The Hulk}}, in usual appearances is childlike and innocent. He is prone to violent fits of rage and causes lots of collateral damage when someone attacks him, but all he wants is to have friends and be liked. [[JustifiedTrope Painfully justified since the Hulk was born from the trumatic childhood Bruce Banner endured at the hands of his scumbag dad.]] Contrast this to how She-Hulk is with Jennifer Walters, who was born from the latter's desire to be confident and outgoing as a young adult.
13th Mar '18 11:30:11 AM garlington41
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* Comicbook/{{The Hulk}}, in usual appearances is childlike and innocent. He is prone to violent fits of rage and causes lots of collateral damage when someone attacks him, but all he wants to have friends and be liked.

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* Comicbook/{{The Hulk}}, in usual appearances is childlike and innocent. He is prone to violent fits of rage and causes lots of collateral damage when someone attacks him, but all he wants is to have friends and be liked.
13th Mar '18 11:29:30 AM garlington41
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* Comicbook/{{The Hulk}}, in usual appearances is childlike and innocent. He is prone to violent fits of rage and causes lots of collateral damage when someone attacks him, but all he wants to have friends and be liked.



* Comicbook/{{The Hulk}}, in usual appearances is childlike and innocent. He is prone to violent fits of rage and causes lots of collateral damage when someone attacks him, but all he wants to have friends and be liked.
13th Mar '18 11:28:12 AM garlington41
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13th Mar '18 11:28:11 AM garlington41
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* Comicbook/{{The Hulk}}, although savage and destructive he is childlike and innocent at least his savage Hulk persona.

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* Comicbook/{{The Hulk}}, although savage and destructive he in usual appearances is childlike and innocent at least his savage Hulk persona.innocent. He is prone to violent fits of rage and causes lots of collateral damage when someone attacks him, but all he wants to have friends and be liked.
13th Mar '18 11:28:11 AM garlington41
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* Comicbook/{{The Hulk}}, although savage and destructive he is childlike and innocent at least his savage Hulk persona.

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* Comicbook/{{The Hulk}}, although savage and destructive he in usual appearances is childlike and innocent at least his savage Hulk persona.innocent. He is prone to violent fits of rage and causes lots of collateral damage when someone attacks him, but all he wants to have friends and be liked.
13th Mar '18 11:09:26 AM garlington41
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* Comicbook/{{The Hulk}}, although savage and destructive he is childlike and innocent at least his savage Hulk persona.
21st Oct '17 11:05:19 PM Fangusu
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* Franchise/{{Batman}} is sometimes interpreted as a competent, downplayed variation, which is understandable. Zorro gave him the idea of becoming a superhero after his parents' death, and he never gave up on that plan. Alfred Pennyworth continues parenting Batman even after the latter reaches adulthood. He keeps tons of [[WhereDoesHeGetAllThoseWonderfulToys toys]], and gets along very well with people who are much younger than himself, such as Batgirl and Robin. Furthermore, nearly all of his regular antagonists [[PsychopathicManchild have immature dispositions]].

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* Franchise/{{Batman}} is sometimes interpreted as a competent, downplayed variation, which is understandable. Zorro gave inspired in him the idea of becoming a superhero after his parents' death, superhero, and he never gave up on that plan. Alfred Pennyworth continues parenting Batman even after the latter reaches adulthood. He keeps tons of [[WhereDoesHeGetAllThoseWonderfulToys toys]], and gets along very well with people who are much younger than himself, such as Batgirl and Robin. Furthermore, nearly all of his regular antagonists [[PsychopathicManchild have immature dispositions]].
21st Oct '17 11:02:16 PM Fangusu
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* Franchise/{{Batman}} is sometimes interpreted as a competent, downplayed variation, which is understandable. Zorro gave him the idea of becoming a superhero after his parents' death, and he never gave up on that plan. Alfred Pennyworth continues looking after Batman even after the latter reaches adulthood. He keeps tons of [[WhereDoesHeGetAllThoseWonderfulToys toys]], and gets along very well with people who are much younger than himself, such as Batgirl and Robin. Furthermore, nearly all of his regular antagonists [[PsychopathicManchild have immature dispositions]].

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* Franchise/{{Batman}} is sometimes interpreted as a competent, downplayed variation, which is understandable. Zorro gave him the idea of becoming a superhero after his parents' death, and he never gave up on that plan. Alfred Pennyworth continues looking after parenting Batman even after the latter reaches adulthood. He keeps tons of [[WhereDoesHeGetAllThoseWonderfulToys toys]], and gets along very well with people who are much younger than himself, such as Batgirl and Robin. Furthermore, nearly all of his regular antagonists [[PsychopathicManchild have immature dispositions]].
21st Oct '17 11:01:13 PM Fangusu
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* Franchise/{{Batman}} is sometimes interpreted as a competent, downplayed variation, which actually makes a lot of sense. As a child, he was inspired by Zorro ([[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries or maybe the Gray Ghost]]) to become a superhero after his parents' death, followed through with that plan into adulthood, keeps tons of [[WhereDoesHeGetAllThoseWonderfulToys cool toys and souvenirs]] around his mansion, is taken care of by the same butler all the way from childhood to adulthood, seems to get along very well with people who are much younger than him such as Batgirl and Robin, and often has to fight against [[PsychopathicManchild psychotic individuals with immature dispositions]].

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* Franchise/{{Batman}} is sometimes interpreted as a competent, downplayed variation, which actually makes a lot of sense. As a child, he was inspired by is understandable. Zorro ([[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries or maybe gave him the Gray Ghost]]) to become idea of becoming a superhero after his parents' death, followed through with and he never gave up on that plan into adulthood, plan. Alfred Pennyworth continues looking after Batman even after the latter reaches adulthood. He keeps tons of [[WhereDoesHeGetAllThoseWonderfulToys cool toys toys]], and souvenirs]] around his mansion, is taken care of by the same butler all the way from childhood to adulthood, seems to get gets along very well with people who are much younger than him himself, such as Batgirl and Robin, and often has to fight against Robin. Furthermore, nearly all of his regular antagonists [[PsychopathicManchild psychotic individuals with have immature dispositions]].
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