What is hulk?

  • (verb): Appear very large or occupy a commanding position.
    Synonyms: loom, tower, predominate
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on hulk:

The Incredible Hulk (2008 Video Game)
... The Incredible Hulk is a video game based on the Marvel superhero Hulk and the 2008 film ... The game plays much like The Incredible Hulk Ultimate Destruction, because of its free-roam gameplay and its similar controls ...
Amadeus Cho - Fictional Character Biography
... once being saved from his pursuers by the Incredible Hulk, he considers the latter as a friend and strictly views him as heroic and reactive to the aggression of others ... is next seen during the events of the crossover event, World War Hulk, where he first comes across a de-powered Jen Walters ... He then gathers a team of the Hulk's former colleagues of the super-group 'Champions', Hercules and Archangel, both of whom considered themselves in debt to the Hulk for mistakenly ...
Bx B Hulk
... Terumasa Ishihara (石原 輝政, Ishihara Terumasa?), better known by his ring name BxB Hulk (pronounced as B B Hulk), is a Japanese professional ...
Hulk - People
... Hulk Hogan (born 1953), American professional wrestler Hulk (footballer) (born 1986), nickname of Givanildo Vieira de Souza, Brazilian footballer Antonio Salazar (footballer) (born 1989 ...
The Incredible Hulk (1996 TV Series) - Series Overview - Season 2
... The Incredible Hulk and She-Hulk begins where the first season concluded, with the Grey Hulk in the mountains, solely pursued by the still insane Ross ... Banner's cousin Jennifer, the She-Hulk, tries to help him out in court ... The Gargoyle displaying strong affections for She-Hulk ...

More definitions of "hulk":

  • (noun): A ship that has been wrecked and abandoned.

Famous quotes containing the word hulk:

    To anybody who can hold the Present at its worth without being inappreciative of the Past, it may be forgiven, if to such an one the solitary old hulk at Portsmouth, Nelson’s Victory, seems to float there, not alone as the decaying monument of a fame incorruptible, but also as a poetic approach, softened by its picturesqueness, to the Monitors and yet mightier hulls of the European ironclads.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)