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Subj: Re: Of course he does, but
Posted: Thu Sep 14, 2017 at 04:11:54 pm EDT (Viewed 82 times)
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Thor won’t kill the Hulk because he knows there is an innocent human trapped inside of the Hulk. If Thor wanted to he could kill him very quickly.

Perfect example: Hulk Annual 2001

Thor transports himself and the Hulk to numerous planets so their battle won’t hurt any humans. On one of those other planets, the Hulk can’t breathe, collapses and changes back to Banner.
Thor says, “How easy it would be to let him perish here.” Instead he saves the Hulk and brings him back to Earth. All he had to do was leave him there and the Hulk would’ve been dead.

If he really wanted to, Thor could transport the Hulk anywhere he wants. To Pluto or the Sun and the Hulk would die within seconds.

It’s that simple, but then Marvel would lose a lot of money without one of their most popular characters.


Some caveats.
Firstly Thor has explicitly tried to kill the Hulk. A few times. Once in warrior madness.
To use a portal Thor has to carry the Hulk through. In that Episode Thor breaks Hulks track record against Thors lightning (and pretty much all electrical attacks) and goes down rather easily. I'm pretty sure that wouldn't happen again,(especially since Hulk has gone through many in continuity power ups since then and Thors stock has rather waned in comparison).
So Thor has to knock Hulk out and carry him through the portal. No easy task.
Hulk would also not die on Pluto, he can survive in a vacuum. Thor would have to do what he always tries to do, to bludgeon Hulk unconscious, there he could kill Hulk whatever planet he was on.
A bit like when Hulk could have killed Thor in that very annual in the exact same way.






'If the criteria for being called a god is to be stronger than Hulk can be, than the number of gods in Marvel just dropped to possibly zero'. WBW
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