It is things like this that make me want to go to more toy conventions. Not only do we have a great first look at Ed Norton’s big green dude from The Incredible Hulk, this wily photographer also snapped off a few shots of the Batpod from the upcoming film The Dark Knight. You may remember the Batpod from the end of the awesome Dark Knight trailer that was released a while back. As for the Hulk, this is the best look we’ve had so far. And of course, it comes from some random person’s Photobucket account. Gotta love the interwebs. Take a look below.

The Hulk

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The Batpod

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At first glance, the Hulk looks pretty solid. He looks very menacing and yet also retains some very human-like characteristics. I’m not sure if I’m down with the Emo haircut though, the hair over his eyes. Is this guy forming a band or fighting evil? I’m not sure.

As for the Batpod — what can I really say that hasn’t already been said? This thing is wicked cool and I want one. It’s not fair that Christian Bale gets to be an infinitely talented actor, a devastatingly handsome dude and gets to ride this thing. It just ain’t fair.

Check out the rest of the pics right here. The Incredible Hulk makes his debut in theaters on June 13, 2008 with The Dark Knight right behind him on July 18, 2008.


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