Hulk


Hulk

Hulk may refer to:

Comic book character and related topics

* Hulk (comics), a Marvel comic book superhero

Film

* "Hulk" (film), a 2003 film directed by Ang Lee
* "The Incredible Hulk" (film), a 2008 film directed by Louis Leterrier

Television

* "The Incredible Hulk" (TV series), a 1977 live-action series
* "The Incredible Hulk" (1982 animated series)
* "The Incredible Hulk" (1996 animated series)
* Several segments of the 1966 animated series "The Marvel Super Heroes"

Video games

* "Questprobe featuring The Hulk", a 1980s graphical adventure computer game
* "The Incredible Hulk" (1993 video game), based on the comics
* "", a 1996 video game based on the comics
* "Hulk" (2003 video game), based on the 2003 film
* "", a 2005 video game based on both the film and the comics
* "The Incredible Hulk" (2008 video game), based on the 2008 film

Related

* Incredible Hulk (cocktail)
* Incredible Hulk Coaster, a roller coaster

Other

* Hulk (ship), a ship that is afloat, but incapable of sailing
* Hulk Hogan, an American professional wrestler
* Prison ship, a vessel used to hold prisoners
* Givanildo Vieira de Souza, a Brazilian footballer
* Deivid de Souza, a Brazilian footballer
* A race of creatures in the "Marathon Trilogy" of computer games


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Synonyms:
(of an old vessel),


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  • HULK — (jeu vidéo) Pour les articles homonymes, voir Hulk (homonymie). Hulk est un jeu vidéo basé sur la licence du héros de comic, la montagne humaine déchaînée Hulk. Ce jeu se base sur l histoire du film sur le monstre qui devient vert quand sa… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Hulk — Hulk, n. [OE. hulke a heavy ship, AS. hulc a light, swift ship; akin to D. hulk a ship of burden, G. holk, OHG. holcho; perh. fr. LL. holcas, Gr. ?, prop., a ship which is towed, fr. ? to draw, drag, tow. Cf. {Wolf}, {Holcad}.] 1. The body of a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Hulk — también llamado en ocasiones el increíble Hulk o la Masa en los cómics en español, es un personaje creado para la compañía Marvel Comics en 1962 por Stan Lee y Jack Kirby. Hulk apareció por primera vez en el número #1 de Incredible Hulk (Mayo,… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Hulk — (Holk) Smfn abgetakeltes Schiff per. Wortschatz fach. (12. Jh.), spahd. holco m. Lastschiff , mndd. hulk m. Entlehnung Entlehnt (über afrz. hulque) aus ml. hulcus m., das seinerseits aus gr. holkás f. Schleppkahn (zu gr. hélkein ziehen ) stammt.… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • Hulk — Hulk, v. t. [Cf. MLG. holken to hollow out, Sw. h[*a]lka.] To take out the entrails of; to disembowel; as, to hulk a hare. [R.] Beau. & Fl …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • hulk — hȕlk m <N mn hùlkovi, G húlkōvā> DEFINICIJA pom. pov. 1. veliki trgovački trojarbolni jedrenjak niska pramca, visoke krme, naoružan sa 6 do 8 topova (15. i 16. st.) 2. raspremljen brod koji može poslužiti kao brod vojarna ETIMOLOGIJA njem.… …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Hulk — Hụlk 〈m.1 od. 23 oder f.7 od. 20〉 = Holk * * * Hụlk, Holk, die; , e[n] od. der; [e]s, e[n] [mhd. holche, ahd. holcho < mlat. holcas < (m)griech. holkás = Lastkahn]: 1. (Seew.) abgetakeltes, ausrangiertes Schiff, das vor Anker liegend als… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • hulk — [hʌlk] n [Date: 1000 1100; : Medieval Latin; Origin: holcas, from Greek, from helkein to pull ] 1.) a large heavy person or thing ▪ a hulk of a man 2.) the main part of an old ship, vehicle etc that has decayed or been destroyed …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Hulk — Hulk, ọlk die; , e[n] od. der; [e]s, e[n] <über engl. hulk aus (m)lat. holcas »Lastkahn«, dies aus gleichbed. (m)gr. holkás> abgetakelter, für Kasernen u. Magazinzwecke verwendeter Schiffskörper …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch