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This article, Jennifer Walters (Earth-53), is property of Kid Marvelette.

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Big Green, Jen, The Hottest Star in Hollywood

Identity
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Alignment
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Affiliation
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Avengers (formerly), Outsiders

Relatives
Bruce Banner (Cousin)

Universe
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Base Of Operations
The Outside

Characteristics
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Eyes
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Hair
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Skin

Unusual Features
Green Skin

Status
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Marital Status
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[[:Category:In a relationship with Rachel Grey Characters|In a relationship with Rachel Grey]]

Occupation
Movie Star, Avenger, Multiverse Hopper

Education
Law School Dropout

Origin
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Place of Birth

Creators
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First appearance

Marvelette's The Outsiders #53


History

Quote1 Back on my home world, everyone knew my name. For a while, I thought it was all I could ask for. But it just left me feeling empty. I wanted to be a hero, but I'd just been reduced to a show pony. Being with the Outsiders? It gave me a sense of worth. But it was you who made me feel whole again. Quote2
-- Hulk

Jennifer Walters was studying to become a lawyer when she visited her cousin, Bruce as he was working on his gamma bomb project. However, the project went awry and Jen was exposed to gamma radiation, transforming her into a super strong being dubbed the Hulk. Giving up on her dream of being a lawyer, she tried to use her powers to help people in a more direct way as a superhero. However, when she found herself in need of money, she met J. Jonah Jameson, who agreed to represent her in Hollywood. She quickly became a sensation and was even recruited to join the Avengers. However, she believes they only chose her to boost their own popularity and that they didn't really take her seriously as a hero.

Hulk was recruited to the Outsiders under the threat that if she returned to her reality, Bruce would be in a severe accident and require a blood transfusion from her. The resulting mutation would turn Bruce into a mindless monster called the Abomination. Not wishing to condemn her cousin to such a fate, she agreed to become an Outsider. She quickly found her place on the team who saw her for the hero she was, and never once doubted her ability to do good. She would even end up falling in love with Sabre, even going so far as to try and sacrifice herself for her on a mission against the Kree. They would instead end up saving each other and confessing their feelings, resulting in a kiss.


Powers and Abilities

Powers

  • Super Strength
  • Invulnerability

Abilities

None known.

Strength level

Super Strength

Weaknesses

None known.


Paraphernalia

Equipment: None known.
Transportation: The Tallus
Weapons: None known.


Notes

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Trivia

  • At the time of being recruited to the Outsiders, Jen was 29-years-old.
  • Hulk was recruited as Captain Marvel's replacement after she sacrificed herself.
  • Back on her home world, Jen starred in 9 different Hulk movies, and was even nominated for a Trevor Award (her reality's equivalent to the Oscars, named after the great English actor Trevor Slattery.
  • Hulk appears in the animated film Age of the Outsiders voiced by Katee Sackhoff, who had previously voiced the character in The Super Hero Squad Show.



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