(CBR) The world needs another solo Hulk film. After the green behemoth stole the show in “The Avengers” by ripping jets apart and bashing Norse gods around, fans have been clamoring to get 120 minutes of solo Banner/Hulk action on the big screen. Who knew that with the casting of Mark Ruffalo in the role, Marvel Studios created a new, more relatable and nuanced Bruce Banner? But it happened, and now, it's time he was given a chance to shine.
In a recent interview, Ruffalo stated that Marvel is finally tossing around the idea of filming another gamma-fueled flick, though there's not much more than that. “When we did 'Avengers 1,' it was basically, 'no,'” the actor stated. “Now, I think there is some consideration for it, but still nothing definitive — not even a skeletal version of what it would be.” Well, we have a pretty definitive idea of what this story should be, and it's one that actually came in reaction to Ruffalo/Hulk's scene-stealing portrayal of the jade giant. To that end, we present the arguments for why Mark Waid's recent run on “Indestructible Hulk” is the perfect launching point for a new Hulk film.