Sorry, but this should really be merged with "Bruce Banner". I mean, there the same people, just Banner is Hulk's other, while the Hulk is the superhero. This should also be for all of the heroes and their secret identities (i.g., Spider-Man (character) merged with Peter Parker). Someone please respond quickly. --SuperFlash101 01:49, 11 November 2008 (UTC)
- I think they must be separated, because you can write about Bruce Banner and his life, and in the other article, about Hulk, I know they are the same, but I think they must be separated. Lucas [ talk ] 11:00, 13 November 2008 (UTC)
I guess I see what you mean, but every other wiki I've ever seen does it that way. At least we could move the pages of people like Spider-Man (character) into the alter ego page (in this case, Peter Parker). --SuperFlash101 01:36, 14 November 2008 (UTC)
Just curious, why is it assumed that the Hulk of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is any less powerful than the one of Earth-616? The comic book Hulk's strength often varies to suit the needs of a particular story (as well as according to his level of anger). Since he has only had two appearances, we have no reason to assume that, if pushed, the "movie" Hulk is any weaker than his literary counterpart, in my opinion.
Aaron Hammonds 23:15, June 2, 2012 (UTC)