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TheMadderIGet

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Comicguy1

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Subj: Re: Do You Think That Betty Should Have Come Back, Or That She Should Have Stayed Dead?
Posted: Mon Aug 14, 2017 at 08:46:44 pm EDT (Viewed 133 times)
Reply Subj: Do You Think That Betty Should Have Come Back, Or That She Should Have Stayed Dead?
Posted: Mon Aug 14, 2017 at 07:59:50 pm EDT (Viewed 137 times)

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I haven't really read the issue where she died, but I'm not sure if bringing her back was really necessary. She's a human character, and characters like that usually stay dead (Think of Gwen Stacy, Karen Page, etc.), so I say that she should have stayed dead. And didn't they turn her into Harpy or the Red She-Hulk after that? I also think that her coming back kind of diminishes the relationship and enmity between Bruce and Emil (The Abomination.). And Ross and Emil too, for that matter. The "Dear Betty." storyline in Hulk #24-#25 is the perfect example of the two truly having an arch-enemy relationship. Does anyone know if PAD intended for The Abomination to be her killer? I heard as much, but I'm not sure what he had planned. It certainly gave Emil a step-up. So, I would say that she should not have come back, but it seems that a lot of people weren't too happy with her dying the first place.

I'm curious if anyone has the PAD answer. Would like to see what he said. I know in the last issue of his first run he had Rick Jones say there was a truth to be revealed about what happened to Betty.

I like the Red SheHulk series, more than her appearances in the main title. However, I'm of the strong belief there is only one Hulk. The others should never exist for long, and none should have the unique MPD issues Bruce has from his childhood abuse. Makes no sense for the other characters.


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