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Subj: Re: Maybe Marvel took all those petitions surrounding Hulk #5 seriously, and decided they better give Thor and Hulk justice before losing gobs of fans?
Posted: Wed Sep 24, 2008 at 08:49:28 pm EDT (Viewed 47 times)
Reply Subj: I will make it simple and just say it doesn't make any sense.
Posted: Wed Sep 24, 2008 at 07:53:15 pm EDT (Viewed 48 times)

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> Do we draft him at Prime Meta or Herald in tourneys?
> Cause in one sense, he was powerful enough to defeat Thor a month or so ago. He was also powerful enough to defeat Hulk at about the same time, too.
> Hulk is traditionally a Prime Meta, while Thor's considered one of the elite Heralds.
> Which made people speculate that the relative speed & ease by which Red Hulk beat them in one-on-one combat, that maybe he was at least a Teambuster level being.
> Yet now we see one very important thing:
> It took both Hulk & Thor to take down Red Hulk.
> Let there be no doubt, Hulk started the fight with Red Hulk, then Thor came crashing in to put more damage upon Red Hulk, then Hulk came crashing BACK in to put the finishing touches on Red Hulk.
> It's obvious NEITHER defeated the Red Hulk in solo combat. So it took a double-team to wear Red Hulk down and bring forth the KO.
> Still, since Red Hulk HAS been taken down, finally, I'm inclined to say Red Hulk's somewhere comfortably in the Herald range for drafting purposes in tourney's. Since neither Thor or Hulk could take him down but had to work a tag-team to do the job.
> Thoughts?

hence the shoddy writing and half-baked plot of Hulk #6.

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