Split into two instalments, Hulk Vs. Sees the Hulk pitted against some of the strongest guys from the Marvel Universe:
Vs. Wolverine - The Hulk is rampaging around the American-Canadian border when Wolvie is dispatched to try and capture him. Distracted during the ensuing tussle, both the Hulk and Wolverine are sedated by the remaining components of Weapon X and Hulk turns back into Banner. Coming to, Wolverine is tortured by Lady Deathstrike, Sabretooth, Deadpool and Omega-red. Wolverine's only chance of escape is invoke the Hulk, but will anyone survive if he does?
Vs. Thor - Annually, Odin has to take a nap, the Odinsleep. During his absence, the forces of dark throw themselves against Asgard. Thor and his armies defend the heavenly city without fail and have done for millennia. But when Loki brings the Hulk from Midgard into Asgard and manages to split his soul, removing Banner from him, he uses the Hulk to finally break the Asgardian gates and kill Thor. Can a God be smashed?
Featuring Fred Tatasciore as the Hulk, Bryce Johnson as Bruce Banner, Matthew Wolf as Thor and Steven Blum as Wolverine, the two chapters of Hulk vs. are a treat for any fan of the hulk. The animation is crisp and holds up well on DVD - Marvel Animation & Lionsgate doing a sterling job. Whilst Hulk Vs Wolverine is only 37 minutes short (~5 of these are credits) the scripting is far superior. Thor's section is 45 minutes (again ~5 minutes credits) but nowhere near as snappy. I'm not as familiar with Thor as I am with Wolverine; but I understand a lot of the story acknowledges major characters from that franchise and has remained canon.
All in all, great Hulk action, smart script and visually impressive. Highly recommended!