A Marvel villain makes us imagine the darkest side of the Hulk.
Marvel Comics has ushered in a new era starring spider-man. In the first issue of this comic series, a villain with an appearance and powers very similar to Hulk that was forgotten by readers for too long. It is the clear example that would demonstrate all the capacities that gamma radiation can cause at a certain point.
A Marvel villain makes us imagine the darkest side of the Hulk
The first comic Zeb Wells Y John Romita Jr. serves as a tribute to the first stories starring the Spiderman that began in 1962. These new comics from The Amazing Spider-Man features the return of many familiar faces, such as Aunt Mayclassic villains like hammerhead Y gravestoneand again apparently puts peter parker at odds with the love of his life, mary jane watson. While it is true that there are many villains that this new creative team could have included in their stories, the return of a very dark enemy may surprise many readers: digger.
digger is a villain that was made jointly with Romita jr. Y J.Michael Straczynski for the comic The Amazing Spider-Man published in 2003. Very similar to Hulk, digger it is the result of an experimental gamma test that occurred in the Nevada desert. Most readers will associate the Hulk character with being affected by gamma energy. However, there are many other characters that have capabilities very similar to those of Bruce Banner. So much so that its own Jennifer Walters he got his powers thanks to gamma energy, thus being able to become she hulk.
In fact, digger is the combination of thirteen dead mobsters who were put together due to a gamma test. The nature of power digger it is totally unpredictable and certainly resembles a zombie with increased abilities. While it is true that he possesses increased strength and durability, the combination that resulted in his body makes it difficult for him to maintain his structure. Now, digger he has come back stronger than ever and his plans remain in the shadows for the time being.
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