But beyond his incredible powers lies a deeply complex and multifaceted character, plagued by fears and anxieties that have shaped his journey as a superhero.
In the case of the Hulk, his trust was shattered when his supposed friends betrayed him by launching him into space.
Bruce Banner’s deepest fear since becoming the Hulk is losing control of his emotions, which has been evident in his transformation.
It’s difficult to imagine him sitting down to a leisurely brunch with his family, savoring mimosas and avocado toast.
As the queen of K’ai and a resident of the Microverse, Jarella charmed Banner, but more importantly, she was the Hulk’s true love.
Despite Hulk’s disdain for humanity, there’s one person who he deeply cares about: Betty Ross.
In the “Thanos Wins” storyline of Donny Cates’ Thanos comic, we see a very bleak and dark future of the Marvel universe.
Even though the Hulk may not realize it, it’s clear to anyone reading the comics that he is actually afraid of Banner.
The never-ending feud between the Hulk and Wolverine has been raging for more than 40 years.
In the storyline of Planet Hulk, the Hulk is betrayed by his supposed allies and ends up on the planet of Sakaar, where he is forced to fight as a gladiator.
One of the Hulk greatest anxieties is feeling like they don’t truly belong anywhere. They continuously search for their tribe.