Marvel takes their first shot at a Cinematic Universe, as the Hulk teams up first with Thor, then with Daredevil. It doesn’t quite work as planned, though both characters are fun to watch. Then it all ends with a most unsatisfying climax. The Great Superhero Movie Rewatch looks at the TV movies The Incredible Hulk Returns, The Trial of the Incredible Hulk, and The Death of the Incredible Hulk.
And it especially makes no sense that the bad guys would shoot the younger Lambert. Seriously, these guys are mercenaries and thieves. Murder is a more serious offense than thievery, and one that will bring more attention from law-enforcement down upon one. Plus, of course, shooting someone and not making sure he’s dead before you walk away runs the risk of him, say, telling someone where you’re hiding out and going after you. (This is made worse by the fact that he might tell someone who turns into a big green rage-monster, but one can understand their inability to predict that ahead of time.)