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Subj: Re: Why? They do as they should - have Hulk do Hulk things in Hulk stories.
Posted: Wed Sep 06, 2017 at 07:48:51 pm EDT (Viewed 88 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Why? They do as they should - have Hulk do Hulk things in Hulk stories.
Posted: Wed Sep 06, 2017 at 05:19:22 am EDT (Viewed 96 times)

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    Yes, Strange could open a dimensional portal under Hulk from 10 miles away. He could move Hulk to a fake pocket dimension. He could do any one of a thousand things he has done before. Instead he decides he's gonna talk to Hulk. Then he decides to try to out punch Hulk as Zom. It's pretty ridiculous, but yeah, they gotta tell a story.

He decided to punch out Hulk AFTER his hands were smushed since he couldn't cast any spells.


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    The "he's our problem" thing doesn't mean anything. Just teleport Hulk to a small moon and then you can try to talk to him all you want. He's not going anywhere.

Well all they have to do is send him to a peaceful planet and let him chill out.
He won't come back from that... Wait.
I think you're deliberately ignoring the fact that Hulk DOES come back , that has been pointed out twice now by LGU

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    How many of the heroes made absolutely inane decisions? So so many. But yeah, it's his storyline.

Not true.





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    Those words show exactly how stupid the writing is. If someone was threatening the lives of everyone in New York City it wouldn't matter how many times it happened, Strange would still send him away to protect the innocent people - every time - no question about it.
    If Dormmamu kept coming back threating a few million people Strange wouldn't say, "Well he keeps coming back so I'm not gonna stop him anymore."

The idea of teleporting Dorm away does not equate to not stopping him now does it?



The point is that he never should've gotten his hands smushed.

If I had those powers I know I wouldn't have. The Hulk would have been gone in an instant and Strange is a master with his powers - he should have stopped him without hesitation, but like I've said, that wouldn't sell comic books.

You said that he does come back, well there comes a point - like threatening all of Manhattan - when you just have to send him somewhere that he can never return from - like the Sun. Yes, that means killing him before he can kill any innocent people.

Wait, that wouldn't sell comic books either.

So the Hulk gets another illogical win and makes others, who should easily defeat him, look stupid because he makes more money for Marvel than they do.




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