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Is there any significance to Stan Lee's cameo in the Incredible Hulk?

The blood scene was setup so that the US Government could track Dr.Banner. He had been off grid for sometime and the government had no idea idea where he was. Thus to progress the plot that particular ...
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Is there any significance to Stan Lee's cameo in the Incredible Hulk?

That scene was not just a cameo but part of the story, that old man with gamma sickness helped in tracking hulk. From Wikipedia synopsis: After Banner cuts his finger, a drop of his blood falls ...
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Is Bruce Banner's human body less fragile because he is also the Hulk?

It doesn't seem like it's harder to break his bones or do soft tissue damage to him. But things that should kill him just don't. Instead he transforms, instantly healing the damage. His comic book ...
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How could Banner's gamma radiation exposure be both an accident and a self-experiment?

The Hulk (2003) and The Incredible Hulk (2008) movies don't share a common universe (The Incredible Hulk is a reboot, not sequel). So, don't expect consistency.
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Was Bruce Banner really working on the super soldier serum?

Coulson is being truthful here. What you’ve misunderstood is what Ross is saying in The Incredible Hulk. He is saying that what they told Banner he was working on was radiation resistance when in fact ...
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Why was Emil Blonsky wearing a U.S. Army uniform?

If Emil Blonski was an Exchange Officer - that is an officer seconded to (on temporary duty to) US Army - it would be possible. An Exchange Officer is considered subordinate to the chain of command ...
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Shouldn't the Super-Soldier serum in The Incredible Hulk been frozen?

There are a couple of possibilities here that you may have overlooked. Noting the elaborate setup between the liquid nitrogen tanks and the cryo-storage container, the nitrogen might be being ...
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Did Emil Blonsky have access to the same serum as Bruce Banner?

Let's examine the expository scene wherein Ross discusses the Super Soldier Program for the first time: Ross: Let me emphasize that what I'm about to share with you is tremendously sensitive, both to ...
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How did the US Army put "The Abomination" in custody?

I'm sure this has been answered before, but can't find it. In Agents of Shield Season 1 Episode 13 - Tracks Coulson threatened Ward with Guard Duty over Emil Blonsky's (Abominations) cryo-prison cell ...
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What happened to Betty Ross?

Bruce decided that he couldn't risk Betty's life being around her when he might, at any moment turn into a ravening beast (or worse, attract the attention of the military by his mere presence). ...
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Was it not incredibly unlikely that Stan Lee would be the one to find this bottle?

Stan Lee wasn't playing Stan Lee (the famous and noted comic writer) in this particular cameo, he was just playing the part of "a man". “Here’s something a bit more interesting,” Sparr said. She ...
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Is Bruce Banner's human body less fragile because he is also the Hulk?

Banner is just as fragile as a normal human being. We have seen him get hurt in his human form. While the first Hulk film is not considered canon, we do see Banner being subdued by the military. In ...
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Did Thunderbolt Ross dye his hair after The Incredible Hulk and why?

In The Incredible Hulk, Ross is a military general; in Civil War, he's Secretary of State. That means he's a very high-profile figure in American and international politics, and so his appearance ...
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Is the Super-Soldier serum in Incredible Hulk the same as the one in Captain America: The First Avenger?

Is it the same exact serum from Captain America: The First Avenger ? No. All traces of that particular serum were destroyed in the 1940s, and Dr Erskine [much like Dr. Reinstien in the comic] was ...
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