Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (Animated series)

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Smashing his way onto your television screen is the big green behemoth, the Incredible Hulk, in an all-new animated show called Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.

The new show follows a Banner-controlled Hulk supported by a team of his friends and frenemies that include She-Hulk (Hulk's cousin), Red Hulk (formerly General Ross, who was always trying to capture or kill the Hulk), A-Bomb (Rick Jones after he gets gamma-irradiated) and Skaar (a version of Hulk from the Negative Zone). The series is set up like a reality show hosted mainly by Hulk's old friend Jones, who is tired of the US Army's portrayal of the Hulk as a savage, mindless beast.

The overall story arc involves Hulk's age-old enemy, the Leader, a gamma-irradiated janitor who became super-smart (but not smart enough to learn not to mess with the Hulk). The evil genius is up to no good again, but his ultimate goal remains a mystery.

The series is quite funny with its premise as a reality web show. There are a lot of goofy scenes and characters talking directly to camera, just like an episode of Big Brother.

Fingers crossed that the Hulk will smash his way to Hong Kong some time soon but don't forget there are still his comic books, both print and digital, for you to read.

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