History ComicBook / TheIncredibleHercules

19th Jan '17 12:55:22 PM KingZeal
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** ''Comicbook/CivilWarII: Gods of War'' [[note]]Herc, the new [[Comicbook/{{Thor 2014}} Thor]], [[Comicbook/TotallyAwesomeHulk Amadeus Cho]], and others get involved in the events of the ''Civil War II'' crossover.[[/note]]

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** ''Comicbook/CivilWarII: Gods of War'' [[note]]Herc, the new [[Comicbook/{{Thor 2014}} Thor]], [[Comicbook/TotallyAwesomeHulk Amadeus Cho]], and others get involved in a tie-in with the events of the ''Civil War II'' crossover.II'', which sees Hercules assemble a BadassCrew of mythical heroes to take down a group of evil gods called the Uprising Storm.[[/note]]
19th Jan '17 12:49:25 PM KingZeal
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** ''[[Comicbook/{{Hercules2015}} Hercules]]'' (2015) [[note]]Hercules's third ongoing and part of the "Comicbook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel" initiative from writer Dan Abnett and artist Luke Ross. It follows Herc as he tries to clean up his act and show the world the reason he's THE archtype of Heroes. As such, it ditches the usual LighterAndSofter tone of his other series.[[/note]]

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** ''[[Comicbook/{{Hercules2015}} Hercules]]'' (2015) [[note]]Hercules's third ongoing and part of the "Comicbook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel" initiative from writer Dan Abnett Creator/DanAbnett'' and artist Luke Ross. It follows Herc as he tries to clean up his act and show the world the reason he's THE archtype of Heroes. As such, it ditches the usual LighterAndSofter tone of his other series.[[/note]]
24th Dec '16 11:30:38 PM Greenygal
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* CallBack: When Hercules meets comicBook/WonderMan for the first time, he hears that Simon is more interested in being an actor than an Avenger, so he tells Simon he has contacts in Hollywood. This is a nod to a few Silver Age stories which showed that Hercules sometimes did acting roles.

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* CallBack: When Hercules meets comicBook/WonderMan ComicBook/WonderMan for the first time, he hears that Simon is more interested in being an actor than an Avenger, so he tells Simon he has contacts in Hollywood. This is a nod to a few Silver Age stories which showed that Hercules sometimes did acting roles.
24th Dec '16 11:30:03 PM Greenygal
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!!HAVE AT THEE, TROPES! RECIEVE THE GIFT FROM THE PRINCE OF POWER!

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!!HAVE AT THEE, TROPES! RECIEVE RECEIVE THE GIFT FROM THE PRINCE OF POWER!
11th Dec '16 7:19:46 AM OnePunch
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Marvel's take on Hercules is that of a very manly, boastful, and irresponsible [[RatedMForManly Manly Man]], usually with outdated morals. His powers and personality allow him to easily be TheBigGuy, [[StraightManAndWiseGuy The Wise Guy]] and TheLancer, and thus he's usually considered one of the LighterAndSofter Marvel characters.

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Marvel's take on Hercules is that of a very manly, rugged, boastful, and irresponsible [[RatedMForManly Manly Man]], usually with outdated morals. His powers and personality allow him to easily be TheBigGuy, [[StraightManAndWiseGuy The Wise Guy]] and TheLancer, and thus he's usually considered one of the LighterAndSofter Marvel characters.
9th Nov '16 9:16:32 AM nombretomado
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* MeaningfulName: Kerberos is a [[IncrediblyLamePun triple-header]]. He's named after both [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kerberos_(protocol) the authentication protocol]] and the mythical guard dog of Hades, and he's called [[JackKirby Kirby]] for short.

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* MeaningfulName: Kerberos is a [[IncrediblyLamePun triple-header]]. He's named after both [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kerberos_(protocol) the authentication protocol]] and the mythical guard dog of Hades, and he's called [[JackKirby [[Creator/JackKirby Kirby]] for short.
19th Sep '16 8:03:41 AM 32_Footsteps
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* YeOldeButcheredEnglishe: When Herc meets his [[spoiler: mortal part]], who still talks like that, Herc points out that they're 1) from Greece and 2) were born over 2000 years before Shakespeare (or English for that matter).

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* YeOldeButcheredEnglishe: When Herc meets his [[spoiler: mortal part]], who still talks like that, Herc points out that they're 1) from Greece and 2) were born over 2000 years before Shakespeare (or English for that matter).
10th Aug '16 9:47:52 AM KingZeal
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* BrokenAesop: At the end of Chaos War, Hercules says that truly benevolent heroes show the way that gods should be, as they recurrently sacrifice everything to protect, help, and heal others; [[spoiler: whereupon he expends his full power to restore all the people that Mikaboshi murdered.]] That's probably a message that we can all get behind. However, for some reason he also [[spoiler:restores all the destroyed demons, afterlives of eternal torture and damnation, and {{Eldritch Abomination}}s in the universe]]...enforcing the type of setting that basically fits his definition of the way a deity ''shouldn't'' be. This is pointed out right after the event, when [[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk Bruce Banner]] says that Herc [[spoiler:fixed everything but forgot to fix the Hulks. Herc replies that he was "[[StatusQuoIsGod guided by]] [[OmniscientMoralityLicense wisdom beyond our ken"]], but even ''he'' understood that he screwed up and apologized.]] Later, it's even revealed that even Kyknos (Ares's son) was brought back because of this.

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* BrokenAesop: At the end of Chaos War, Hercules says that truly benevolent heroes show the way that gods should be, as they recurrently sacrifice everything to protect, help, and heal others; [[spoiler: whereupon he expends his full power to restore all the people that Mikaboshi murdered.]] That's probably a message that we can all get behind. However, for some reason he also [[spoiler:restores all the destroyed demons, afterlives of eternal torture and damnation, and {{Eldritch Abomination}}s in the universe]]...enforcing the type of setting that basically fits his definition of the way a deity ''shouldn't'' be. This is pointed out right after the event, when [[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk Bruce Banner]] says that Herc [[spoiler:fixed everything but forgot to fix the Hulks. Herc replies that he was "[[StatusQuoIsGod guided by]] [[OmniscientMoralityLicense wisdom beyond our ken"]], but even ''he'' understood understands that he screwed up and apologized.apologizes.]] Later, it's even revealed that even Kyknos (Ares's son) was brought back because of this.
10th Aug '16 9:47:20 AM KingZeal
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* BrokenAesop: At the end of Chaos War, Hercules says that truly benevolent heroes show the way that gods should be, as they recurrently sacrifice everything to protect, help, and heal others; [[spoiler: whereupon he expends his full power to restore all the people that Mikaboshi murdered.]] That's probably a message that we can all get behind. However, for some reason he also [[spoiler:restores all the destroyed demons, afterlives of eternal torture and damnation, and {{Eldritch Abomination}}s in the universe]]...enforcing the type of setting that basically fits his definition of the way a deity ''shouldn't'' be. This is pointed out right after the event, when [[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk Bruce Banner]] says that Herc [[spoiler:fixed everything but forgot to fix the Hulks. Her replies that he was "[[StatusQuoIsGod guided by]] [[OmniscientMoralityLicense wisdom beyond our ken"]], but even understood that he screwed up and apologized.]] Later, it's even revealed that even Kyknos (Ares's son) was brought back because of this.

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* BrokenAesop: At the end of Chaos War, Hercules says that truly benevolent heroes show the way that gods should be, as they recurrently sacrifice everything to protect, help, and heal others; [[spoiler: whereupon he expends his full power to restore all the people that Mikaboshi murdered.]] That's probably a message that we can all get behind. However, for some reason he also [[spoiler:restores all the destroyed demons, afterlives of eternal torture and damnation, and {{Eldritch Abomination}}s in the universe]]...enforcing the type of setting that basically fits his definition of the way a deity ''shouldn't'' be. This is pointed out right after the event, when [[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk Bruce Banner]] says that Herc [[spoiler:fixed everything but forgot to fix the Hulks. Her Herc replies that he was "[[StatusQuoIsGod guided by]] [[OmniscientMoralityLicense wisdom beyond our ken"]], but even ''he'' understood that he screwed up and apologized.]] Later, it's even revealed that even Kyknos (Ares's son) was brought back because of this.
10th Aug '16 9:46:13 AM KingZeal
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* BrokenAesop: At the end of Chaos War, Hercules says that truly benevolent heroes show the way that gods should be, as they recurrently sacrifice everything to protect, help, and heal others; [[spoiler: whereupon he expends his full power to restore all the people that Mikaboshi murdered.]] That's probably a message that we can all get behind. However, for some reason he also [[spoiler:restores all the destroyed demons, afterlives of eternal torture and damnation, and {{EldritchAbomination}}s in the universe...enforcing the type of setting that basically fits his definition of the way a deity ''shouldn't'' be. This is pointed out right after the event, when [[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk Bruce Banner]] says that Herc [[spoiler:fixed everything but forgot to fix the Hulks. Her replies that he was "[[StatusQuoIsGod guided by]] [[OmniscientMoralityLicense wisdom beyond our ken"]], but even understood that he screwed up and apologized.]] Later, it's even revealed that even Kyknos (Ares's son) was brought back because of this.

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* BrokenAesop: At the end of Chaos War, Hercules says that truly benevolent heroes show the way that gods should be, as they recurrently sacrifice everything to protect, help, and heal others; [[spoiler: whereupon he expends his full power to restore all the people that Mikaboshi murdered.]] That's probably a message that we can all get behind. However, for some reason he also [[spoiler:restores all the destroyed demons, afterlives of eternal torture and damnation, and {{EldritchAbomination}}s {{Eldritch Abomination}}s in the universe...universe]]...enforcing the type of setting that basically fits his definition of the way a deity ''shouldn't'' be. This is pointed out right after the event, when [[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk Bruce Banner]] says that Herc [[spoiler:fixed everything but forgot to fix the Hulks. Her replies that he was "[[StatusQuoIsGod guided by]] [[OmniscientMoralityLicense wisdom beyond our ken"]], but even understood that he screwed up and apologized.]] Later, it's even revealed that even Kyknos (Ares's son) was brought back because of this.
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