History YMMV / TheIncredibleHulk

8th Jan '17 3:27:38 PM nombretomado
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* HilariousInHindsight: Possible copyright disputes led to SHIELD in this series being represented not by ComicBook/NickFury, but one of his old comrades from the HowlingCommandos, Gabe Jones. (Audiences in TheNewTens will know him as the black dude in ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger''.) This was well before UltimateMarvel really did turn Nick Fury into a black dude. And just to seal the deal, this Gabe Jones had a full head of hair with white streaks, which was precisely how black Nick Fury appeared in ''WesternAnimation/WolverineAndTheXMen'' and Season One of ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes''.

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* HilariousInHindsight: Possible copyright disputes led to SHIELD in this series being represented not by ComicBook/NickFury, but one of his old comrades from the HowlingCommandos, Gabe Jones. (Audiences in TheNewTens will know him as the black dude in ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger''.) This was well before UltimateMarvel ComicBook/UltimateMarvel really did turn Nick Fury into a black dude. And just to seal the deal, this Gabe Jones had a full head of hair with white streaks, which was precisely how black Nick Fury appeared in ''WesternAnimation/WolverineAndTheXMen'' and Season One of ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes''.
1st Nov '16 9:25:51 PM TheNewBig
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** The Abomination's physical appearance. Some people liked it and thought it was scary looking, while others disliked it for straying so far from his comic look. And some people just thought it was just plain ugly regardless of any concerns about fidelity to the comics.

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** The Abomination's physical appearance. Some people liked it and thought it was scary looking, while others disliked it for straying so far from his comic look. And some people just thought it was just plain ugly Some, regardless of any concerns about fidelity loyalty to the comics.comic incarnation found it just plain ugly. Then again, The ''Abomination'' being ugly is pretty much the point.
16th Oct '16 6:35:45 PM Animeking1108
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** Mrs. Maier from the pilot episode was burned in the face trying to rescue her son, but the burn mark is very clearly makeup. Of course, this could have been intentional for censorship purposes.
13th Sep '16 5:39:52 PM Monolaf317
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'''Betty:''' No, Hulk. We're not friends. I'm frightened of you. You're destructive and...I don't love you, I hate you.\\

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'''Betty:''' ''(starting to cry)'' No, Hulk. We're not friends. I'm frightened of you. You're destructive and...I don't love you, I hate you. ''(begins sobbing)'' \\



'''Rick:''' You've ruined our lives, man. You've ruined everybody's life! We wish you'd just...just go away. Just leave us alone.\\

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'''Rick:''' ''(also crying)'' You've ruined our lives, man. You've ruined everybody's life! We wish you'd just...just go away. Just leave us alone.\\
4th Sep '16 6:49:21 AM megarotic
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* MissingTrailerScene: The trailer had a scene where Bruce explains his condition to Leonard.
28th Aug '16 4:04:26 PM comicwriter
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* BrokenBase: The arguments about which is better: this or ''Film/{{Hulk}}''. Seriously, there are [[{{Pun}} civil]] [[ComicBook/CivilWar wars]] that have been less heated.

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The arguments about which is better: this or ''Film/{{Hulk}}''. Seriously, there are [[{{Pun}} civil]] [[ComicBook/CivilWar wars]] that have been less heated.
** The Abomination's physical appearance. Some people liked it and thought it was scary looking, while others disliked it for straying so far from his comic look. And some people just thought it was just plain ugly regardless of any concerns about fidelity to the comics.
2nd Jul '16 5:02:28 PM jonsei93
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** Mix between hilarious and harsher- one of the going ideas behind the name change was that "Bruce" sounded too gay/effeminate, which ended up backfiring when Bruce Jenner became a top Olympic athlete. Cue now when Bruce Jenner has undergone gender reassignment surgery.

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** Mix between hilarious and harsher- one of the going ideas behind the name change was that "Bruce" sounded too gay/effeminate, which ended up backfiring when Bruce Jenner became a top Olympic athlete. Cue now when Bruce Bruce, or rather ''Caitlyn'' Jenner has undergone gender reassignment surgery.
4th Jun '16 12:33:49 PM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: Michael Sutton from season 3's "The Snare" has become bored with hunting animals, and so he decides to start HuntingTheMostDangerousGame. On his own island, he finds whatever men he can and invites them over, only to drug them to sleep and put them through deadly obstacles as he hunts them down, succeeding at least 5 times, and seeing it all as a "game." He intends to do the same to [[The Protagonist David Banner]]. It's implied that the reason he's so successful is because he doesn't play fair, a fact David calls him out on, insisting that a real hunter plays fair and that all Sutton about is winning. When Sutton discovers David's inner beast, he intends to whip David with the intent of bringing it out and killing it, only to kill himself by accident. At the end of the episode, it turns out even in death Sutton can't stand losing, as it's revealed he booby trapped David's escape boat in preparation for the hero's victory. Ruthless, psychotic, and a cheater at his own game, Michael Sutton was unlike any other villain on the show, who were motivated by either tragedy or simple financial gain.

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* CompleteMonster: Michael Sutton from season 3's "The Snare" has become bored with hunting animals, and so he decides to start HuntingTheMostDangerousGame. On his own island, he finds whatever men he can and invites them over, only to drug them to sleep and put them through deadly obstacles as he hunts them down, succeeding at least 5 times, and seeing it all as a "game." He intends to do the same to [[The Protagonist [[TheProtagonist David Banner]]. It's implied that the reason he's so successful is because he doesn't play fair, a fact David calls him out on, insisting that a real hunter plays fair and that all Sutton about is winning. When Sutton discovers David's inner beast, he intends to whip David with the intent of bringing it out and killing it, only to kill himself by accident. At the end of the episode, it turns out even in death Sutton can't stand losing, as it's revealed he booby trapped David's escape boat in preparation for the hero's victory. Ruthless, psychotic, and a cheater at his own game, Michael Sutton was unlike any other villain on the show, who were motivated by either tragedy or simple financial gain.
4th Jun '16 4:10:53 AM ACW
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*CompleteMonster: Michael Sutton from season 3's "The Snare" has become bored with hunting animals, and so he decides to start HuntingTheMostDangerousGame. On his own island, he finds whatever men he can and invites them over, only to drug them to sleep and put them through deadly obstacles as he hunts them down, succeeding at least 5 times, and seeing it all as a "game." He intends to do the same to [[The Protagonist David Banner]]. It's implied that the reason he's so successful is because he doesn't play fair, a fact David calls him out on, insisting that a real hunter plays fair and that all Sutton about is winning. When Sutton discovers David's inner beast, he intends to whip David with the intent of bringing it out and killing it, only to kill himself by accident. At the end of the episode, it turns out even in death Sutton can't stand losing, as it's revealed he booby trapped David's escape boat in preparation for the hero's victory. Ruthless, psychotic, and a cheater at his own game, Michael Sutton was unlike any other villain on the show, who were motivated by either tragedy or simple financial gain.
11th May '16 11:06:45 PM haloinsider
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* RetroactiveRecognition: In a local example, [[http://www.hotflick.net/flicks/2008_The_Incredible_Hulk/008TIH_Debora_Nascimento_001.jpg Banner's factory workmate]] was already making some soap operas in Brazil, then in 2012 [[http://tvg.globo.com/novelas/avenida-brasil/personagem/tessalia-debora-nascimento.html she had her]] StarMakingRole playing a naive [[HelloNurse sex-on-legs girl]].

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** Ty Burrell, who played Doc Samson, would go on to have much greater name recognition when ''Series/ModernFamily'' started airing the following year.
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In a local example, [[http://www.hotflick.net/flicks/2008_The_Incredible_Hulk/008TIH_Debora_Nascimento_001.jpg Banner's factory workmate]] was already making some soap operas in Brazil, then in 2012 [[http://tvg.globo.com/novelas/avenida-brasil/personagem/tessalia-debora-nascimento.html she had her]] StarMakingRole playing a naive [[HelloNurse sex-on-legs girl]].
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