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The Hulk has come in a variety of different colors and flavors over the years:
Captain Universe blue:
“Does this look Infected?” red:
Girl Hulk has all kinds of hips. She's not particularly hulking, either. I bet it's all lean muscle. Do you suppose she's angry?
that does not look like a girl hulk. it looks like a stripper who contracted some sort of infection that spread through her entire body.
I'd smash that.
Where's the comic in which the Hulk joins the MLB and shatters Bonds' record?
Strangeways bored of Hulk now.
Me smash computer and piss on Bill Bixby's grave.
@3 - brilliant.
This She-Hulk as a tramp stamp. Awesome.
@1: girl Hulk makes $0.77 for every $1 boy Hulk makes - shit, yeah, she's pissed.
I think I'd be scared to stick my penis into a Hulk vagina. Those Kegel muscles...
me no like blue captain universe hulk. me think girl hulk weird. me liked hulk blog though.
p.s. Confidential to Mr. Constant, sorry I abandoned you to weird guy on the street last night, but your deft handling of him definitely puts you in the "man" category, and my fleeing solidly assigns me the role of "wimpy girl."
This is the moment in the anime where the entire classroom spills into the hallway around PopTart and Constant with shocked expressions and a deafening collective "Ehhhhhhhhhhhhhh?????!!!!"
Grey is the original, you know-nothing fool!
Den of Earth could kick all their asses.
@ 11—I KNOW gray is the original. They weren't in any particular order.
Well slap me silly, I saw Hulk and assumed it was Constant. I hereby retract my previous ignorant post and plead late night at the emergency room as my excuse for poor reading skills.
Hey, I'd argue that the Slott run on She-Hulk was better than a good half of the Hulk issues ever written. She's become one of my favorite Marvel characters.
Peter David's She-Hulk has been excellent. Almost good enough to make up for Marvel dropping Friendly Neighborhood Spider-man, which he wrote, and which was excellent.
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