Awesome / The Incredible Hulk

TV Show
  • One of the most famous lines in all of television: "Mr. McGee, don't make me angry. You wouldn't like me when I'm angry."
  • Hell, anytime Banner Hulks out and starts kicking ass, especially when the ass he's kicking was threatening/harming him or another character. The Oh, Crap! alone is worth the price of admission.
  • In "747" he manages to land a plane while Hulking out!
  • The very first transformation deserves mention here; remember, this was in the 1970s, way before CGI was the norm for filmmaking, and audiences had seen nothing like this on television: Banner, trying to change a tire in a thunderstorm, loses control as the lug wrench keeps slipping from his hands...and then his eyes change color. Lightning flashes, thunder crashes; Jekyll morphs into Hyde and the green beast is unleashed.
  • Jack Kirby's Creator Cameo as a police sketch artist. His only cameo ever in a Marvel adaptation. This was actually at a time when his relationship with Marvel was strained at best but right before that relationship had completely soured. Stan Lee makes the first of what would be a continuing (to this day) tradition of cameos in Trial of the Incredible Hulk where he is the jury foreman. For many fans, these are the first glimpses of what these guys looked like in person.

1996 cartoon



  • The fight between the Hulk and three gamma powered dogs was a brutal mix of brawling and strategy.
    • The way he puts one of the dogs down is priceless: grab it by the back leg, hold it upside-down and spread-eagle, and Hulk Punch it right in the gamma-nads. This might be in response to being on the receiving end before.
    • Another dog bites the Hulk's left deltoid and latches on; when Hulk can't pry it loose with his hands, he flexes until the muscle (still in the dog's mouth) grows enough to break its jaw and snap its neck.
  • Bruce refusing to transform and throttles his anger while being attacked by Talbot and being shocked by a cattle prod, knowing what they intend to do, and tells Talbot that he will never allow Talbot and his Mad Scientist group get what they want.
  • The Epic Fail of the syringes failing to penetrate Hulk's skin
  • The Hulk's escape from containment after Banner is captured. Adaptive genetics make him immune to gas, bullets bounce off skin tougher than Kevlar, and he has a healing factor Wolverine would be proud of.
  • The film seems to do everything to make Talbot's abuse as satisfying as possible, from getting his ass thrown around by Hulk to his hilariously Narmy freeze-frame death.
  • The Hulk's rampage after breaking free of the military base.
  • The Hulk battling the tanks. He rips the top off of one and uses it as a club before advancing on another tank with an expression that just screams "beatdown time". Instead of tearing them apart, he walks right up to them, then slams it into the ground and roars, at which point the soldiers duck into the tank in fear. He flips the tank over, and then grabs it by the cannon and hammer tosses it into the distance.
  • The Hulk's ability to leap miles at a time and run over one hundred miles an hour comes in handy when outrunning hunter helicopters and slapping aside missiles.
  • The Hulk catches a missile, effortlessly holds it while the rocket is still firing, removes the warhead with his teeth, and then spits it at one of the helicopters.
  • The entire fight with the Absorbing Man, which his sheer power is shown in a display of stunning imagery, turning into a an electrical energy being ala Zzzax and merging witha thunderstorm, turning into a rocklike creature and becoming part of a moutain a mountain, and finally, and surprisingly, his most powerful form: water. He becomes completely immune to the Hulk's physical attacks and nearly kills him.
  • Three small words: "TAKE IT ALL!"
  • Hulk saving a soldier's jet from crashing into the San Francisco bridge, sparing the drivers on the bridge as well - proving that despite his destructive tendencies, the Hulk is still a hero.

The Incredible Hulk (2008)

  • The second trailer shows in parts but very clearly why you shouldn't piss Banner off enough to let out the Hulk:
    • First he bursts out of building,shattering the pillars in his way
    • By throwing large hunks of sharp metals he takes out a gunship and splits a Humvee in half
    • The quiet scene of Betty and Hulk sitting together is partly this and partly CMOH. Now going to the movie proper
  • Several during the battle with the Abomination. Such as when the Hulk saved Betty from the exploding helicopter by clapping his hands together. The force of that clap sent a blast of air which blew the flames away from the survivors.
  • Police Car Gauntlets!
  • The Abomination being one of the few to have the honor of handing the Hulk his ass. Also, catching a rocket that was shot at him without even looking, then smashing against his chest just to show how tough he is.
  • "Hulk! SMASH!" Followed immediately by the Hulk ripping Abomination's arm bone out and stabbing him with it.
    • Also a subtle one for Abomination as well, since he kept fighting with a broken arm. Even with a Healing Factor, that takes time to heal.
    • When the Abomination was swinging the chain around like a hammer, and the Hulk stopped to cause a crack to open underneath him is totally awesome. It showed how the Hulk has won many times by out-thinking his opponents.
  • The Abomination has one in the final fight too. After taking an insane amount of punishment from the Hulk, including the aforementioned police car gauntlets, he spits out a tooth, and all he has to say is, "Is that all you got?"
    • Just as the time before, that certainly was not all Hulk had. He proceeds to break every bone in Blonsky's body and nearly strangles him to death with his own chain.
  • Doc Samson giving General Ross a well-deserved verbal smackdown.
    You know, it's a point of professional pride for me that I can tell when somebody's lying. And you are. I never knew why she never talked about you... I do now.
  • One of the very last scenes of the movie, where Bruce is meditating in a cabin in the woods, then he opens his eyes revealing the bright green of the Hulk. Combined with his knowing smirk shows that he is now in complete control.
  • The Hulk thrust-kicking a bragging Blonsky across an entire city park and into a tree, breaking all of Blonsky's bones. If not for the previously-administered Super Soldier serum, Blonsky would have died.
  • Despite being a villain, you had to be impressed by Blonsky in the park after he took the Super Serum. Sprinting far faster than soldiers years younger is cool enough, but he took on a very pissed Hulk with just a pistol and HELD HIS OWN! This is a guy who is barely superhuman.
  • Bruce showing off his aikido skills against the bullies who harassed Martina, both at the factory and when they get in his way while running from the military. It was made pretty clear if not for the fear of his pulse increasing and them outnumbering him, he would have kicked their ass one-on-one.

Alternative Title(s): Hulk