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Subj: Re: Can Anyone Clear This Up For Me: The Leader And His History, Or Rather His History AFTER Hulk #400.
Posted: Wed Jul 12, 2017 at 12:21:03 am EDT (Viewed 125 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Can Anyone Clear This Up For Me: The Leader And His History, Or Rather His History AFTER Hulk #400.
Posted: Sun Jul 09, 2017 at 10:14:27 pm EDT (Viewed 176 times)
Quote:-Omnibus was just crazy and not truly possessed by the Leader.
Quote:-Neither the Leader's appearance during Jenkins' run nor his appearance during Jones' run actually happened. Outside of one background image in the Warbound mini-series, I don't think the Leader's form in either of those runs was ever mentioned again. As such, it's really easy to write off those appearances as Nightmare hallucinations.
Disagree: Warbound #3 shows these incarnations in flashback. They fit into the Leader's narrative of what's been happening to his body per that story. Since death, he's had trouble stabilizing his body, the gamma causing change after nightmarish change.
Quote:-Despite that, the Leader did bring himself back somehow in Dan Slott's She-Hulk series. How it was done was never explained. As lazy as I find that to be, that's how he came back.
Per the above, no real explanation necessary other than "somehow, the gamma rays allowed him to come back yet again, in a somewhat stable form."
Quote:-Whatever brought the Leader back didn't do a great job, since he started dying again by the Warbound miniseries (post-World War Hulk). Somewhere between that series and his next appearance, he found a way to stabilize his condition.
Quote:-Maybe the revolving door of death had something to do with the Intelligencia. It was revealed during World War Hulks that a group of supervillains had been saving each other off-screen, and the Leader was part of that group.
This, I agree with.
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