Now, to the new and the young, 2008 Incredible Hulk might be something they have missed; we suggest you look into it to know more about Abomination, who just made his way into She-Hulk.
But, if you are a little hazy, let us give you a quick run-through. No, Mark Ruffalo was not the Hulk in Incredible Hulk. It was played by another actor named Edward Norton.
Who is Abomination?
Abomination, like Emil Blonsky already announced, was recruited by the U.S. government to take out the Hulk, who was causing trouble in his early period.
He caused so much trouble; Jen is handling it way better. Blonsky was injected with another variety of Super Soldier serum, and according to him, he thought he was doing something Captain America would do.
But things didn’t turn out well for him. The serum replicates your emotions into folds, bringing out the greed to get things done and turning Blonksy into this power-hungry nightmare.
We also hear in the Avengers movie that he was even considered for the Avengers initiative. And according to sources, it was Tony Stark, Phil Colson, and other S.H.I.E.L.D. members who put a stop to this from happening.
After the massive fight with the Hulk in Incredible Hulk’s climax, Emil was taken into custody.
Has Abmonination changed?
He did have a compelling argument that even won Jen Walters over, but one thing about Superhumans in prison is that they would make you believe in anything if they want to get out.
While we are sure Jen Walters will have a solution to the new video of Abomination in a cage with Wong fighting, we are yet to find out if he will keep his word and stay out of trouble.
Now that Hulk is off to Sakaar, She-Hulk is the only superhuman on the radar who could get a hold of him.