Bruce Banner
Actor Mark Ruffalo
Full Name Robert Bruce Banner
Codename Hulk
Position S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent
Alignment Hero
Race Altered Human
Age 38
Height 5'9" - 8'8"
Weight 165lbs - 2,400lbs
Hair Dark Brown - Black
Eyes Brown - Green
Magnitude Regional

Comic Source

Marvel NOW!


Indestructible Hulk




"Tony Stark and Reed Richards use their genius to save the world every other week. That's how they'll be remembered in history. Meanwhile, I — I who, forgive me, have just as much to contribute — will be lucky if MY tombstone doesn't simply say 'HULK SMASH'."

Preferred Styles

True to Life, Street/Action, Epic, Adult, Romantic, Angsty, Social, Humorous, Classic, Horror, Detective, Alternative/Esoteroic, and Team.

Character Details

Name Magnitude Prowess Source Range Details
Vast Superhuman Durability Global Champion Racial Self The Hulk’s gamma-irradiated, serum-infused physiology is such that he can even survive the rigors of space-vacuum without injury. His skin is nigh impervious to just about anything in existence — even withstanding a Ground Zero explosion, or atmospheric reentry — and grows in strength relative to the stress to which he is subjected (and relative to how angry he is). It would generally require an Omega-level mutant/metahuman/being (or Asgardian god), or stronger, to cause the Hulk any significant harm, or at least subdue him. He is veritably indestructible (however he can be harmed by substances such as Adamantium and Vibranium — and has been. Wolverine is one of the few mortals to ever make the Hulk bleed).
Vast Superhuman Strength Global Champion Racial Self The Hulk is physically one of the strongest and most powerful beings in the Marvel Universe. Fuelled not only by his gamma-irradiated body, but also his boundless rage, his strength is more or less without limit, and has been put to the test against some truly terrified foes (and some allies). He is one of the few beings in the universe to go toe-to-toe with Thor and either win, or lose, or manage a stalemate (depending on the fight in question). His reputation includes catching a falling mountain, pushing spheres of matter and anti-matter apart with his bare hands, and even breaking through the armor of Onslaught. The angrier he gets, the stronger he gets (and the more uncontrolled, and dangerous — to everyone). It is a known fact that Bruce Banner has used his hard-won control over the Hulk to temper the Hulk’s rage, in the defense of innocents.
Superhuman Speed Global Mastery Racial Self Despite the Hulk’s size, he has been documented running at speeds in excess of 300mph. His punches (and signature ‘claps’) are capable of breaking the sound-barrier, and he can jump high enough to achieve stable orbit. Leaping is his preferred means of travel, as he tends to break the ground up with each step once he reaches a certain level of anger.
Healing Factor Global Mastery Racial Self Also relative to his anger, the Hulk’s body is capable of recovering from whatever injuries he has sustained in a manner than rival’s Wolverine’s. Should he suffer damage great enough to sever a limb, it is possible he could regrow it. His body tends to absorb energy/radiation rather than suffer injury from it, and he is immune to most known forms of poison or disease in the galaxy. His healing factor and innate ability to adapt to other environments also indicate he might live a very, very long time.
Vast Superhuman Stamina Galactic Mastery Racial Self The Hulk’s stamina is on par with that of the God of Thunder himself. He can fight at full strength (which generally means getting stronger as he goes) for several days before he starts to feel tired. However, Thor has fought him to exhaustion, turning Hulk’s anger against himself. Thor = Not-Puny-God.


Name Relation Notes
Betty Ross Ex-Wife I cherish every memory. I hope she’s happier now.
General Ross Former Father-in-Law Betty’s father. Tyrant in a uniform. Now the Red Hulk. Great.
Brian Banner Not-Father Dead now. He murdered my mother. I killed him.

Additional Photos


Title OOC Date IC Date Quick Description
The Doctor is In December 18, 2013 December 18, 2013 Doctor Bruce Banner lands in the Wastelands of A'ree'nah, to be met by Thor, Iron Man and Sue Richards, and later Black Widow.
House Calls December 19, 2013 December 19, 2013 In the aftermath of Bruce Banner's — and the Hulk's — arrival in A'ree'nah, Fury and Romanoff pay Banner a visit.
War Stories December 19, 2013 December 19, 2013 Later on the same day, Black Widow returns to talk to Banner about their Past, Present and Future.
Us and Them December 20, 2013 December 20, 2013 Natasha Romanoff and Bruce Banner arrive in Crossroads, to find Loki and Morgan le Fey welcoming a new addition to A'ree'nah: Allie. When the two parties divide, Banner and Romanoff head for the Blue Moon Speakeasy to plan for whatever game the beings 'Alpha' and 'Omega' intend to throw at them…
Great Minds December 21, 2013 December 21, 2013 Tony Stark and Bruce Banner put their heads together to try and find a way to get home — for everyone.
Joking Around December 23, 2013 December 23, 2013 Black Widow, Hulk, Hawkeye and Pepper Potts run afoul of the Joker in Crossroads.

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