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Iron Man’s Strongest Hulkbuster Ever Proves Tony Will Never Beat Hulk

Warning! Preview images for Hulk #7 are ahead!

In Marvel Comics, Iron Man is debuting his strongest Hulkbuster yet to take the Hulk down once and for all. But even with its considerable bells and whistles, this titanic armor points to some character flaws deep within the Golden Avenger that continue to prove why Iron Man will never beat Hulk. 

The epic Banner of War event continues in Donny Cates and Martin Cóccolo’s Hulk #7. With Hulk the presumed culprit of a gruesome murder spree in El Paso, the recently crowned Asgardian King Thor has made it his mission to apprehend him by any means necessary, leading to their star-smashing heavy-weight duel. At one point, Thor hurls Mjolnir at Hulk to allow his father’s spirit to engage Banner telepathically. It is here Odin learns the truth: Hulk didn’t kill those people, and nor did Bruce—not consciously, anyway. Some malevolent force had taken over Banner’s body. But before the Allfather can conclude his inquiry, Thor recalls his weapon and falls back, heralding the arrival of Iron Man in what could be his most powerful Hulkbuster armor yet. 

SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY

This hypertech man-o-war looks massive enough to stand against the likes of Galactus—and given the Celestial technology in its composition, it probably could—but Tony designed it particularly to squash the Green Meanie. It’s an impressive display, but readers should note that what may have started as a precaution on Tony’s part has quickly devolved into an obsession. “Hulkbuster” was actually a title assigned to certain paramilitary factions that hunt Jade Jaws throughout his own comic history, but the Avenger’s iconic armor of the same name debuted in Iron Man #304-#305 by Len Kaminski and Kevin Hopgood. Even then Stark harbored vitriol towards Hulk, saying “I don’t have much patience with people who think with their fists.” Ironic, given he presumes Hulk wants a fight before even talking to him. He is similarly hotheaded in his approach to this conflict, opening fire on Hulk without so much as an order to stand down.

Since then, Iron Man has continued to enhance the Hulkbuster and develop other weapons to fulfill a similar modus. None of them have worked, at least not long term. The concerning aspect of this behavior is that Tony’s concerns seem to have morphed from the preservation of peace into a preoccupation with power. Putting aside his battles with opiate addiction, Stark is an inveterate control freak with an ego and an obsessive compulsion to “fix.” That he cannot control the Hulk is likely one of his great irritations, and as a reaction, he seeks to enforce his dominance with sheer physical force. 

The tragedy here is how Tony’s mindset seemingly devalues, if not altogether disregards, his friendship with Bruce Banner. Apparently years of working together affords Banner no benefit of the doubt, despite the fact that the Avengers have proven willing to turn a blind eye toward the Hulk’s rampages as long as they’re aimed at a powerful enemy. Whether or not Hulk rends the floating fortress to scrap, this sudden show of malice by Stark is egregious, and worse: a thinly-veiled payback bid for his last fight with Hulk. Though sadly unsurprising behavior for Tony these days, fellow founding Avenger Thor doesn’t seem entirely onboard with the assault. Will he have to intervene, or will Hulk’s rage overcome Iron Man’s technology and yet again prove why he is the Strongest There Is? 

Hulk #7 releases May 25th, 2022 from Marvel Comics.


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Iron Man’s Strongest Hulkbuster Ever Proves Tony Will Never Beat Hulk

Warning! Preview images for Hulk #7 are ahead!
In Marvel Comics, Iron Man is debuting his strongest Hulkbuster yet to take the Hulk down once and for all. But even with its considerable bells and whistles, this titanic armor points to some character flaws deep within the Golden Avenger that continue to prove why Iron Man will never beat Hulk. 
The epic Banner of War event continues in Donny Cates and Martin Cóccolo’s Hulk #7. With Hulk the presumed culprit of a gruesome murder spree in El Paso, the recently crowned Asgardian King Thor has made it his mission to apprehend him by any means necessary, leading to their star-smashing heavy-weight duel. At one point, Thor hurls Mjolnir at Hulk to allow his father’s spirit to engage Banner telepathically. It is here Odin learns the truth: Hulk didn’t kill those people, and nor did Bruce—not consciously, anyway. Some malevolent force had taken over Banner’s body. But before the Allfather can conclude his inquiry, Thor recalls his weapon and falls back, heralding the arrival of Iron Man in what could be his most powerful Hulkbuster armor yet. 
SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY
This hypertech man-o-war looks massive enough to stand against the likes of Galactus—and given the Celestial technology in its composition, it probably could—but Tony designed it particularly to squash the Green Meanie. It’s an impressive display, but readers should note that what may have started as a precaution on Tony’s part has quickly devolved into an obsession. “Hulkbuster” was actually a title assigned to certain paramilitary factions that hunt Jade Jaws throughout his own comic history, but the Avenger’s iconic armor of the same name debuted in Iron Man #304-#305 by Len Kaminski and Kevin Hopgood. Even then Stark harbored vitriol towards Hulk, saying “I don’t have much patience with people who think with their fists.” Ironic, given he presumes Hulk wants a fight before even talking to him. He is similarly hotheaded in his approach to this conflict, opening fire on Hulk without so much as an order to stand down.

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Since then, Iron Man has continued to enhance the Hulkbuster and develop other weapons to fulfill a similar modus. None of them have worked, at least not long term. The concerning aspect of this behavior is that Tony’s concerns seem to have morphed from the preservation of peace into a preoccupation with power. Putting aside his battles with opiate addiction, Stark is an inveterate control freak with an ego and an obsessive compulsion to “fix.” That he cannot control the Hulk is likely one of his great irritations, and as a reaction, he seeks to enforce his dominance with sheer physical force. 

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The tragedy here is how Tony’s mindset seemingly devalues, if not altogether disregards, his friendship with Bruce Banner. Apparently years of working together affords Banner no benefit of the doubt, despite the fact that the Avengers have proven willing to turn a blind eye toward the Hulk’s rampages as long as they’re aimed at a powerful enemy. Whether or not Hulk rends the floating fortress to scrap, this sudden show of malice by Stark is egregious, and worse: a thinly-veiled payback bid for his last fight with Hulk. Though sadly unsurprising behavior for Tony these days, fellow founding Avenger Thor doesn’t seem entirely onboard with the assault. Will he have to intervene, or will Hulk’s rage overcome Iron Man’s technology and yet again prove why he is the Strongest There Is? 

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Hulk #7 releases May 25th, 2022 from Marvel Comics.

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Iron Man’s Strongest Hulkbuster Ever Proves Tony Will Never Beat Hulk

Warning! Preview images for Hulk #7 are ahead!
In Marvel Comics, Iron Man is debuting his strongest Hulkbuster yet to take the Hulk down once and for all. But even with its considerable bells and whistles, this titanic armor points to some character flaws deep within the Golden Avenger that continue to prove why Iron Man will never beat Hulk. 
The epic Banner of War event continues in Donny Cates and Martin Cóccolo’s Hulk #7. With Hulk the presumed culprit of a gruesome murder spree in El Paso, the recently crowned Asgardian King Thor has made it his mission to apprehend him by any means necessary, leading to their star-smashing heavy-weight duel. At one point, Thor hurls Mjolnir at Hulk to allow his father’s spirit to engage Banner telepathically. It is here Odin learns the truth: Hulk didn’t kill those people, and nor did Bruce—not consciously, anyway. Some malevolent force had taken over Banner’s body. But before the Allfather can conclude his inquiry, Thor recalls his weapon and falls back, heralding the arrival of Iron Man in what could be his most powerful Hulkbuster armor yet. 
SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY
This hypertech man-o-war looks massive enough to stand against the likes of Galactus—and given the Celestial technology in its composition, it probably could—but Tony designed it particularly to squash the Green Meanie. It’s an impressive display, but readers should note that what may have started as a precaution on Tony’s part has quickly devolved into an obsession. “Hulkbuster” was actually a title assigned to certain paramilitary factions that hunt Jade Jaws throughout his own comic history, but the Avenger’s iconic armor of the same name debuted in Iron Man #304-#305 by Len Kaminski and Kevin Hopgood. Even then Stark harbored vitriol towards Hulk, saying “I don’t have much patience with people who think with their fists.” Ironic, given he presumes Hulk wants a fight before even talking to him. He is similarly hotheaded in his approach to this conflict, opening fire on Hulk without so much as an order to stand down.

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Since then, Iron Man has continued to enhance the Hulkbuster and develop other weapons to fulfill a similar modus. None of them have worked, at least not long term. The concerning aspect of this behavior is that Tony’s concerns seem to have morphed from the preservation of peace into a preoccupation with power. Putting aside his battles with opiate addiction, Stark is an inveterate control freak with an ego and an obsessive compulsion to “fix.” That he cannot control the Hulk is likely one of his great irritations, and as a reaction, he seeks to enforce his dominance with sheer physical force. 

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The tragedy here is how Tony’s mindset seemingly devalues, if not altogether disregards, his friendship with Bruce Banner. Apparently years of working together affords Banner no benefit of the doubt, despite the fact that the Avengers have proven willing to turn a blind eye toward the Hulk’s rampages as long as they’re aimed at a powerful enemy. Whether or not Hulk rends the floating fortress to scrap, this sudden show of malice by Stark is egregious, and worse: a thinly-veiled payback bid for his last fight with Hulk. Though sadly unsurprising behavior for Tony these days, fellow founding Avenger Thor doesn’t seem entirely onboard with the assault. Will he have to intervene, or will Hulk’s rage overcome Iron Man’s technology and yet again prove why he is the Strongest There Is? 

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Hulk #7 releases May 25th, 2022 from Marvel Comics.

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