ByEthan Renstrom, writer at

Hey guys, What's Up! Lately I've heard a lot about what is speculated to be a "Grey Hulk" in Avengers: Age of Ultron. There have been not only a lot of rumors about this new development, but also some pretty persuading proof as well. The first bit of proof is the release of the Avengers: Age of Ultron toys that feature Hulk as being not only red-eyed, but also grey-skinned. The Hulk's skin does not really look too grey in this top picture, but he does in the next two.

It seems pretty obvious that they're trying to foreshadow the grey Hulk in this movie. But this is not really what i would call "Breaking evidence".

This is what made me personally think that the grey Hulk may be in this movie. There is no doubt that he is grey in this clip. But what does a grey Hulk mean??

In the comics and very old cartoons, the grey Hulk was the first Hulk Banner became, then he quickly changed into a more savage green Hulk. As the result of an experiment to separate Bruce from the Hulk, the ending result was a sometimes appearing, grey Hulk. Bruce goes back and forth between grey Hulk and Green Hulk when he gets angry, never knowing which one he will become.

There are some significant differences between the two though, for one the grey Hulk is more "In control" than the green Hulk, and he can speak proper English. Also although he is strong, he is not as strong as the green Hulk. But so far none of this has applied to what we have seen from the Age of Ultron trailers, unless of course, the experiment did work, and the grey Hulk is separate from Bruce Banner and therefore, not controllable and that could be why Stark is fighting him in the Hulk-Buster armor.

Anyways, Thanks for reading, comment what you think about this development. Thanks!


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