I love Doctor Who so much.
Q:I'm very sorry you got hate over your opinion. Personally I feel the only redeeming quality to the movie is the interaction between Banner and Stark. I'm a big fan of the comics and have been since I was a little girl,(starting reading them when I was five or so). It's horrible the way have honestly destroyed something I loved. And you're right Hulk should have had no control as soon as the alien he fought was dead he should have lost it. ~Sincerely a Big Fan of the Avengers(NOT THE MOVIE)
I’m firmly of the opinion that movies don’t ruin comics, nor vice-versa. The comics are still there in your collection and you can read them. If they change the newest issue to fit in with the movie, you can just not buy it. Then you can go and read something else! Or you can re-read your collection, which is great because you love it. Movies are in no way more *real* than comics. They’re just loud and widely distributed, like Chinese fireworks.
As to the Hulk Conundrum which rocketed me to minor Tumblr infamy, I should say that the conversation where user markoruffalo answered my genuine question about Anger!Physics was conducted in a series of private Asks. The popular post that’s being handed around is not precisely what prompted my edits, although it certainly encouraged me to respond to markoruffalo directly like a human being.
Better worded, my question was “If being angry all the time is the secret to not becoming the Hulk, why did an obviously angry man become the Hulk? Twice?” Markoruffalo adjusted my query to explain, “Being consciously angry is the secret to controlling the Hulk.”
I can accept that. I’m still not sure it’s supported by the text, but I’ve got the next series of Doctor Who to worry about.
I’m not even getting into the Might Makes Right argument that the film argues. Whoops.