Marvel Studios president Kevin Fiege talked recently about the future of Marvel and the Avengers 2, saying that the roster in the next avengers films will be decidedly different from that of the first Avengers. ”Absolutely, that’s the fun of it — introducing new characters.” Of course what Kevin does NOT know is that the current line up is of course optimal, seeing as that it has all four temperaments and therefore is at a perfect equilibrium. Someone should really contact him and let him know. Let’s however hope for the best and proceed with analyzing the Avengers ‘go-to’ green monster the incredible Hulk.
Doctor Robert Bruce Banner had a tough childhood as his father hated him, was an alcoholic, and murdered his mother. His father did however do one good thing, in giving his son a pre-disposition to gamma radiation, which saved his life, and created the big green monster that we all know and love. Bruce Banner after being caught in a gamma radiation explosion turns into an emotional and impulsive humanoid monster known as the Hulk when angered. Instinctive, fearless, and exploding with brute strength, the not-so-jolly green giant is undoubtedly a Crafter Artisan. Inspired by the classic tale of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, the Hulk is a representation of our primal instincts and animal nature. Indeed the Hulk is a ferocious and savage creature, with a visceral mentality that any Artisan can relate to. Certainly the Hulk does much of the heavy lifting for the Avengers, and is an irreplaceable asset, as are all Artisans within any successful organization. In Avengers footage shown at NYCC, Loki brags “I have an army,” to which Stark replies “We have a Hulk.”