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Subj: Re: Why? They do as they should - have Hulk do Hulk things in Hulk stories.
Posted: Thu Sep 07, 2017 at 09:11:43 am EDT (Viewed 94 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Why? They do as they should - have Hulk do Hulk things in Hulk stories.
Posted: Tue Sep 05, 2017 at 05:53:12 pm EDT (Viewed 134 times)



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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."
      He would do everything he could, as quickly as he could to save innocent people. So why didn't he do against WW Hulk?



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    Hulk wasn't threatening the lives of innocent people. He gave a window of non-aggression allowing a full evacuation to avoid civilian casualties.



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    Strange didn't decide that he wasn't going to attempt to stop Hulk. He just decided that sending him away to another world to be someone else's problem wasn't a feasible (or responsible) long-term solution.


That is true, but he also was not really going after Hulk at that point as he was capable of either. I mean he was still trying to talk with him too. He wanted another way around this at the same time rather than fighting.

IMO, the Zom thing was out of character for Strange. Given the proportional dangers. Zom was an entity threatening creation. Hulk was not doing that. That was always a stretch for me.






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