I have a fascination with comic books and comic book mythology. One popular character that caught my attention is Marvel’s The Hulk. He is mild-mannered scientist, Bruce Banner, who does his best to live in peace with all those around him while simultaneously trying to cure himself of the destructive nature that lives within. In his TV iteration, he is best known for the catch phrase, “Don’t make me angry. You wouldn’t like me when I’m angry.” You see, when Dr. Banner is enraged or threatened, a transformation occurs. He becomes The Hulk: the living embodiment of anger whose power increases in proportion to his rage. As long as you stay on Bruce Banner’s good side, you are safe and sound. However, if you stir his anger, you will incur his wrath and punishment.