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Subj: Re: Ah, My Personal Stalker Returns.... [Hulk #6 Soilers within]
Posted: Sat Sep 27, 2008 at 08:11:35 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Ah, My Personal Stalker Returns.... [Hulk #6 Soilers within]
Posted: Sat Sep 27, 2008 at 06:53:07 pm EDT (Viewed 132 times)

> > > It's not a wholly flawless idea i admit, but considering Red Hulk nearly kills the Hulk in two/Three blows before Thor intervenes but then lays down a whole barrage of them after the Thor fight to limited effect it is the logical suggestion as seen in the book.
> >
> > He does not "almost kill" Hulk in two/three blows. Where do you get this notion? He hit Hulk twice before Thor intervenes and Hulk is quite conscious and coherent.
> This is what my book shows, study the words. The pictures...:


> Note that after hitting Red with all he had the Hulk gets hit once. Twice - The Red holds his neck and the Hulk is clearly insensate, Red makes clear he intends this as the killer blow.... In comes Thor for the save. *Whew!* The Hulk is seen on all fours, head down behind Thor as they get it on.
> What does your book show out of interest?

It's amazing how a character declaring his intentions to kill a character equates to "almost killing" that character. In that case, every hero has been almost dead in practically all of their confrontations Weird. He declared later that he was going to kill Hulk and that Hulk would die a coward. It didn't come close to happening. Hulk takes all of those blows, is not worse for wear and KOes Rulk. So read the book and not your imagination.

The Hulk is not "clearly insensate". Again, you make things up. Now tell me this. If Hulk is on all fours, how does that equate to being almost dead? Wouldn't he be lying flat on his face or flat on his back if unconscious? Wouldn't he be lying flat on his face if he is "insensate"? Heck, while on his hands and knees he has a very clear conversation with A-bomb. He's punch worn, not almost dead.

What Rulk felt would happen does not equate to what would happen. This is shown quite clearly at the end of the book.

And stop whining. You come to the battleboard, expect for nonsense to be challenged. I have he same debates with J and Would Be Watcher.

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