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smallfry

In Reply To
Jeff Harey

Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008
Subj: Re: No such thing as jobbing
Posted: Wed Dec 15, 2010 at 01:35:17 am EST (Viewed 11 times)
Reply Subj: Re: No such thing as jobbing
Posted: Tue Dec 14, 2010 at 11:29:09 pm EST (Viewed 53 times)

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He was tricked into space, true, and he lost his wife (though somehow she bore two children after the destruction of the planet), but he was willing to kill thousands, if not millions, to get back at a handful, one of whom, Namor, sat out the fight in the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. Ben wasn't intended by Stan and Jack to be cannon fodder for every Tom, Dick and Harry of both sexes, but to give Thor and Hulk stiff fights even if he lost.

Hulk was not a villain in WWH, he was being true to the information he had. He only tossed into the ring those who presumed to vote on his life. The Ghost Rider arc in this story line showed that Hulk was not guilty of wrongdoing, which is why GR wasn't able to fight him in his vengeance persona. The Cho monologue showed that Hulk was Not a killer, even under extreme duress. Hulk threatened many, but killed no one, and had no intention of killing. All of the "alien monsters" had been imprisoned as well as Hulk, and fought along side him with honor... but for the bug, who was the real villain in the story.


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