The Hulk Infographics: See How Much It Costs To Be The Hulk in 2013 | Cost of Becoming Incredible Hulk
Stan Lee introduced the Hulk in “The Incredible Hulk” issue #1 in the year 1962. Although the character kept an on-and-off presence in the comic books yet it proved to be a crucial character among the Avengers.
The character of Hulk was inspired by Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde and Frankenstein. According to the developer of the character, Stan Lee, an imperfect character is always more compelling as misunderstood Quasimodo of The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Dr. Bruce Banner, an emotionally reserved scientific prodigy. Bannertech, his advanced technology, was considered to be equivalent with Stark Industries. In his early years of childhood he was brutally abused by his father and saw a sad demise of his beloved mother.
During an experiment gone wrong, Banner absorbed intense gamma radiation and bizarrely transformed into the Hulk. Banner’s alter ego has an amazing level of strength as angrier he gets, the stronger he becomes.
But Banner’s transformation into turning green Hulk is a stressful process. Hulk has a different life to spend compared to other super hero like he has to visit psychologists, study doctorate, buy new cloths. For the Hulk fans we bring a comparison about how much it costs (inflation adjusted) to be the Hulk in the year 1962 and 2013.