Pair of illustrations of Hulk leaping in front and side elevation views

The Hulk, real name Bruce Banner, is a transformed green-skinned muscular superhero that appears in Marvel Comics. Created by accidental exposure to experimental gamma radiation, the Hulk is in constant conflict between being an uncontrollably strong superhuman and the intelligent and weak alter ego of Bruce Banner. Often teaming with the Avengers, the Hulk is nearly invulnerable and has superhuman strength, stamina, and anger. The Hulk was introduced by Marvel in Incredible Hulk #1 in May, 1962.

Drawing comparing the heights of Hulk to Thanos and Rocket Raccoon

The Hulk has a height of 8’2” (2.5 m) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and 7’-8’ (2.13-2.44 m) in the comics.

How tall is the Hulk?
The Hulk is 8’2” (2.5 m) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and roughly between 7’-8’ (2.13-2.44 m) in the comic books.
What are the Hulk’s superpowers?
The Hulk’s superpowers are gained from exposure to gamma rays and include superhuman strength, stamina, invulnerability, and regenerative healing.
When was the Hulk’s first appearance in a Marvel Comic?
The Hulk first appeared in Marvel’s Incredible Hulk #1 in May, 1962.


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8'2" | 2.5 m

Name: Bruce Banner
Height: 8’2” | 2.5 m (MCU); 7’-8’ | 2.13-2.44 m (Comics)
First Appearance: Incredible Hulk #1 (May, 1962)
Powers: Invulnerability and regenerative healing; superhuman strength and stamina

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Drawings include:
Hulk standing (passive), standing (flex), leaping (front), leaping (side)

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Marvel Comics is an American comic book publisher known for its vast library of superheroes and supervillains. Originally founded in 1961, characters from Marvel Comics appear in popular culture through their original comic book format, but also movies, television shows, cartoons, and toys.