Re: Marvels biggest slap in the face!!!
All Marvel films, hell all superhero films need some humor. But I agree, Hulk should have little of it. Maybe about as much as there was in Batman Begins. Most superhero movies I have the benefit of having never been a fan of the property nor being very familiar with the mythos so I can just take the movie as it is. But Hulk and Iron Man are my fandom and so I approach their films from a much different perspective. And in Anghulk what I saw was Stan Lee's and PAD's material just getting ***-raped my AngLee and Schamus. Yes, Hulk should be serious and have a psychological aspect to it. But what good is that when Hulk isn't even allowed to be a character in his own movie and some Einstein thinks nanomeds, mutant poodles and Absorbing Dad are ok instead. Classic case of overthinking the material.
Superhero TV of 2016: Daredevil-Season2: A-/A; Luke Cage-Season1: A-; Flash-Season 2: B+; Agents of Shield-Season3: B-;Agent Carter-Season2: B; iZombie-Season 2: A-; No interest in Arrow, Supergirl, Gotham or Legends of Tomorrow