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| real_name = Brian Banner
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| real_name = Dr. Brian Banner
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| aliases = None
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| identity = Publicly known
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| occupation = Atomic Physicist
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| occupation = Former atomic physicist
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| citizenship = U.S.A.
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| relatives = Rebecca Banner (wife, deceased), Robert Bruce Banner (son), Elizabeth Ross Banner (daughter-in-law, deceased)
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| relatives = Rebecca Banner (wife, deceased) , [[Hulk (Bruce Banner)|Bruce Banner]] (son), Morris Walters (brother),  Elaine Banner Walters (sister, deceased),  [[She-Hulk|Jennifer Walters]] (niece),  [[Skaar]] and [[Hiro-Kala]] (grandsons),  [[Lyra]] (granddaughter), [[Ross-Banner, Betty|Betty Ross-Banner]] (daughter-in-law), [[Ross, Thaddeus|General Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross]] (brother-in-law)  
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| education = Unrevealed
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| height = 5' 10"
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| height = 6'2"  
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| weight = 145 lbs
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| weight = 240 lbs.
| eyes = Brown
| eyes = Brown
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| hair = Brown
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| hair = Black
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| abilities = Scientific Genius
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| debut =
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| debut = Incredible Hulk #1 (1962)
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| origin = The Incredible Hulk Vol. 2 #312 (Oct. 1985)
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bio_text= Married to his childhood sweetheart, Rebecca, Dr. Banner worked as an atomic physicist for the U.S. government and helped develop the country's first atomic weapons. The more he studied atomic radiation, the more he feared it. Suspecting that he had been exposed to trace amounts of radiation, Banner was horrified when he learned that his wife was pregnant. When she began to suffer complications, he became convinced that the child would be a mutant and grow up to become a monster. His paranoia increased when his son Bruce showed signs of great intelligence. Banner began to drink heavily and often exploded in fits of temper. After striking and accidentally killing his wife, he was convicted of manslaughter and confined to a mental institution. His son Bruce would be profoundly affected by this family trauma.
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bio_text= The more Brian Banner learned about radiation, the more he feared it. He started drinking to deal with his mounting stress and began to suspect that he had been exposed to trace amounts of it. Fearing it had altered his genetic structure, he was horrified to learn that his wife Rebecca was pregnant. She suffered many medical complications and Brian became convinced that his son, [[Hulk (Bruce Banner)|Bruce]], was some kind of a mutant. Although Bruce seemed a normal, healthy baby, Brian was convinced he would grow up to be a monster. Brian's paranoia increased when Bruce began to show signs of a gifted intellect. Rebecca tried to defend her son, but Brian became abusive. He had an explosive temper and lashed out at anyone who annoyed him. Young Bruce often watched in helpless horror as his father stuck his mother. He prayed that one day he'd be strong enough to protect her.  When she decided to leave him, Brian accidentally killed her in a fit of rage. Brian Banner was eventually convicted of manslaughter and sent to a mental institution. Much later in Bruce's life he was diagnosed with ALS (aka Lou Gehrig's Disease) and was on the verge of death. DNA taken from Brian's corpse repaired Bruce's nervous system. Indebted to his father for continued life, Bruce made peace with his memory.  
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Current revision as of 13:17, 29 July 2010

 

Universe
Marvel Universe

Real Name
Dr. Brian Banner

Aliases
None

Identity
Publicly known

Citizenship
U.S.A.

First Appearance
Incredible Hulk #1 (1962)

The more Brian Banner learned about radiation, the more he feared it. He started drinking to deal with his mounting stress and began to suspect that he had been exposed to trace amounts of it. Fearing it had altered his genetic structure, he was horrified to learn that his wife Rebecca was pregnant. She suffered many medical complications and Brian became convinced that his son, Bruce, was some kind of a mutant. Although Bruce seemed a normal, healthy baby, Brian was convinced he would grow up to be a monster. Brian's paranoia increased when Bruce began to show signs of a gifted intellect. Rebecca tried to defend her son, but Brian became abusive. He had an explosive temper and lashed out at anyone who annoyed him. Young Bruce often watched in helpless horror as his father stuck his mother. He prayed that one day he'd be strong enough to protect her. When she decided to leave him, Brian accidentally killed her in a fit of rage. Brian Banner was eventually convicted of manslaughter and sent to a mental institution. Much later in Bruce's life he was diagnosed with ALS (aka Lou Gehrig's Disease) and was on the verge of death. DNA taken from Brian's corpse repaired Bruce's nervous system. Indebted to his father for continued life, Bruce made peace with his memory.



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