Writer of the graphic novel Kill All Monsters. Podcaster.
I jokingly referred to this one as "The EdNortonable Hulk" or "The Watchable Hulk" if I'm feeling disingenuous.I actually like the idea of Hulk using improvised shields. It feels like the filmmakers were trying to distance themselves from the public perception of the Hulk as just dumb muscle/ animal mentality by giving him some reasoning skills and took use.What I don't like is the design of the Hulk. Something about it feels off. His face feels like an anime character than a human face. This design looks more like the Giants from the anime series "Attack on Titan" especially with that brawl between two human monsters at the end. Eric Bana had a baby face and Ruffalo's body is more like a gorilla which softens them up but makes them seem more appealing.
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