- Too much back story
- Betty? Bruce? Characters names are a generation off (see Freakonomics for a discussion of people's names and economic consequences)
- The Hulk doesn't really do anything interesting other than beat up a mutant poodle and toss things around
- They're called movies, not boring monologies
- The 70s show was more fun (sort of a Green Fugitive)
- CGI ruins story flow
- Enough with the psychedelia, dream sequences, and flashbacks
Inherent problems with the Hulk: the comic book character started as a coherent super hero, complete with sidekick, then degenerated into a primitive and paranoid character only able to say things like, "Puny humans! Argh! Hulk pissed!" This was interesting and great concept for a few issues, but then it dragged on for years. Growth is always the better way to go for a continuing series.