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April 6, 2012
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Another good look at the Hulk from Joss Whedon’s “The Avengers”

— Posted by The Amazing Anthony

We’ve seen plenty of good looks at Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Jeremy Renner and all the other characters in the Avengers film but up until this point we’ve only had a single good look at the green goliath and our shots of the Hulk were mostly glimpses of the character smashing things and aliens to itty bits. Today a new still has been uncovered of how the Hulk will look visually in film and how his appearance has been altered since the character was last seen in film.

It certainly appears that Ruffalo stayed true to his word and that the character’s appearance has been updated to further resemble Ruffalo’s likeness. It’s an interesting look and you can certainly see the changes in the brow and nose of the character to reflect Ruffalo.

Is it me or does the Hulk almost appear to have chest hair now? Or are those veins? I can’t tell…

Via: Coming Soon

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  1. This is a good Hulk look, and yeah it is chest hair. It makes the Hulk more human and that is a good thing in my opinion

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