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Two-Year Old’s Reaction To Seeing Hulk For The First Time Goes Viral

Marvel has captured the hearts of many ages. There’s something for everyone; from the mature shows on Netflix to the cartoons Disney Channel offers. And we can all agree on the movies. Well, at least all Marvel fans can agree on them. And what’s really great is when the fandom bridges generations. Here, we see a parent sharing the joy of Marvel via the Hulk.

Paddy Raff shared a video on Twitter. It is of his two-year-old daughter’s reaction to seeing the Hulk transform for the first time.

https://twitter.com/paddyraffcomedy/status/1181867636243738625

Some depictions of the Hulk have dabbled in the horror genre. Al Ewing’s Immortal Hulk comic certainly embraces the horror. Said comic is inspired by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby’s original comic. And Ewing also pulls inspiration from the TV show starring Lou Ferrigno and Bill Bixby.

But this little girl isn’t scared at all, despite how many times she says “no.” She’s probably watching either The Avengers or Edward Norton’s Incredible Hulk. Or, she could be enjoying Disney XD’s Avengers Assemble or Hulk and the Agents of Smash. Either way, by the Spider-Man action figure next to her, you can tell she’s a Marvel fan. I would like to see a video of her reacting to Hulk in Thor: Ragnarok or Avengers: Endgame. Though, Hela and Thanos might actually freak her out.

According to his Twitter account, Paddy Raff is a comedian. He also shares other pictures of his daughter. Like this one of her lining up her action figures alongside that Spider-Man one. I guess she’s not into baby dolls.

https://twitter.com/paddyraffcomedy/status/1182308255881674752

The video evidently went viral. So far, the Twitter meter says 2.1K comments, 50.6K shares, and 279.7K likes. That included when I just shared and liked it. With how adorable it is, I can see why.

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