Although the Hulk’s attack has a lot of very legitimate disadvantages, the key thing to remember about him is that he is so inexpensive to play that he is arguably effective even if you never attacked with him ever. After all, minions with cost 2 usually only have 2 hit points and are mostly used to block attacks. With the Hulk’s hit point total of 5, he is tough enough to sometimes survive an attack by the villain. Or he can predictably block multiple attacks by minions before taking a big hit from the villain. A cheap cost 2 minion who can block 1-2 full villain attacks is decent minion, the ability to attack also is kind of an extra bonus. That said, he is much more fun to attack with, and if you want to attack with him you pretty much need a deck that is massively stacked with physical resources. Fortunately, that is a common subclass of aggression deck even without the Hulk, there are lots of cards that support a heavy “Fist” deck. So mostly I put the Hulk in that kind of deck, and he is great fun as a powerful but chaotic and risky attacker.