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Alexandre Juliao

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Comicguy1

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Subj: Re: Didn't Tony Do Something Bad To Bruce Banner, Or Have A Hand In The Hulk's Creation? Something With Original Sin.
Posted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 at 09:13:11 am EDT (Viewed 187 times)
Reply Subj: Didn't Tony Do Something Bad To Bruce Banner, Or Have A Hand In The Hulk's Creation? Something With Original Sin.
Posted: Mon Oct 09, 2017 at 09:01:53 pm EDT (Viewed 154 times)



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    Spoilers just in case, even though the story is a few years old. I know that there was some kind of retcon that tied the two of them together, but I haven't read it, and I don't know the exact details. It had them fighting and it had them as adversaries (I hear.). It sounds Like Tony did something bad again though, and gives yet another reason to dislike him.



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    Thanks.



In short: Just to annoy Bruce Banner, General Ross called Tony to analyze the experimental gamma bomb, to make sure the project would work.

Realizing the true reason for being called upon to analyze the project, Tony reported to Ross that the test would certainly be a success because the bomb design was very good, and at the same time, prepared a second report just for Bruce to read. In that report Tony told Bruce that he discovered that the bomb was too powerful and would kill everyone on the test site, but he fixed it. That was Tony’s original sin, because Bruce would rather have prefered to die that day and thus never have become the Hulk.

However, Bruce also had a original sin, because in that same e-mail, Tony reported that the bomb emitted weird emissions with mutagenic properties. But Bruce was so angry, that he never read that part and deleted the e-mail, blocking further messages from Tony.



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