History Comicbook / WorldWarHulk

10th May '16 9:07:58 AM HiddenWindshield
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However, due to a malfunction in the spaceship, the planet he landed on was Sakaar: a very harsh world where Hulk was captured, enslaved, and turned into a gladiator. Thus began ''PlanetHulk'', where Hulk fought for a living and eventually found friends and true love, toppling the local tyrannical ruler and effectively becoming the king himself. And they all lived HappilyEverAfter... [[YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle or did they?]]

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However, due to a malfunction in the spaceship, the planet he landed on was Sakaar: a very harsh world where Hulk was captured, enslaved, and turned into a gladiator. Thus began ''PlanetHulk'', ''ComicBook/PlanetHulk'', where Hulk fought for a living and eventually found friends and true love, toppling the local tyrannical ruler and effectively becoming the king himself. And they all lived HappilyEverAfter... [[YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle or did they?]]
20th Mar '16 7:14:36 AM nighttrainfm
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* ThisIsNotAGame: Rockslide is pumped at the idea of fighting the Hulk. The Beast makes it clear to him that this isn't going to be "fun", and they're fighting to protect the last mutants on Earth.
24th Jan '16 11:03:29 AM nombretomado
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Before the Civil War, the Illuminati (a group consisting of IronMan, [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic]], Comicbook/DoctorStrange, Prince Namor the {{Sub-Mariner}}, [[ComicBook/XMen Professor Xavier]] and [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Black Bolt]]) made the decision that [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk Hulk]] was a threat to the world because of his unstable and dangerous mood swings. Instead of killing him, they shot him into space, towards a planet without intelligent life where they hoped he'd find peace.

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Before the Civil War, the Illuminati (a group consisting of IronMan, [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic]], Comicbook/DoctorStrange, Prince Namor the {{Sub-Mariner}}, ComicBook/SubMariner, [[ComicBook/XMen Professor Xavier]] and [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Black Bolt]]) made the decision that [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk Hulk]] was a threat to the world because of his unstable and dangerous mood swings. Instead of killing him, they shot him into space, towards a planet without intelligent life where they hoped he'd find peace.
8th Jan '16 6:01:07 PM nombretomado
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Before the Civil War, the Illuminati (a group consisting of IronMan, [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic]], Comicbook/DoctorStrange, Prince Namor the {{Sub-Mariner}}, [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Professor Xavier]] and [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Black Bolt]]) made the decision that [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk Hulk]] was a threat to the world because of his unstable and dangerous mood swings. Instead of killing him, they shot him into space, towards a planet without intelligent life where they hoped he'd find peace.

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Before the Civil War, the Illuminati (a group consisting of IronMan, [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic]], Comicbook/DoctorStrange, Prince Namor the {{Sub-Mariner}}, [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} [[ComicBook/XMen Professor Xavier]] and [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Black Bolt]]) made the decision that [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk Hulk]] was a threat to the world because of his unstable and dangerous mood swings. Instead of killing him, they shot him into space, towards a planet without intelligent life where they hoped he'd find peace.



** One version had it that Iron Man's nuclear strike to subdue Hulk ended up wiping out most of the heroes, one of them being [[ComicBook/SecretInvasion Skrull Queen Veranke]] (under the guise of SpiderWoman), causing the Skrulls to view Hulk as some sort of prophet of their upcoming invasion. When ComicBook/SecretInvasion kicks in, even ''more heroes die'', but Hulk wises up and joins the resistance against the Skrulls... and then it turns out Wasp was being impersonated by the Skrulls rather than Hank Pym, and then plants the human bomb serum to Hank, again, wiping out almost all heroes and humanity... except Hulk. When Silver Surfer visits, Hulk demands that Galactus wipe out the Skrull planet as his vengeance, and after being left all alone again, Galactus promotes him as his Herald.

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** One version had it that Iron Man's nuclear strike to subdue Hulk ended up wiping out most of the heroes, one of them being [[ComicBook/SecretInvasion Skrull Queen Veranke]] (under the guise of SpiderWoman), ComicBook/SpiderWoman), causing the Skrulls to view Hulk as some sort of prophet of their upcoming invasion. When ComicBook/SecretInvasion kicks in, even ''more heroes die'', but Hulk wises up and joins the resistance against the Skrulls... and then it turns out Wasp was being impersonated by the Skrulls rather than Hank Pym, and then plants the human bomb serum to Hank, again, wiping out almost all heroes and humanity... except Hulk. When Silver Surfer visits, Hulk demands that Galactus wipe out the Skrull planet as his vengeance, and after being left all alone again, Galactus promotes him as his Herald.
28th Nov '15 4:30:27 PM nombretomado
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** One version had it that Iron Man's nuclear strike to subdue Hulk ended up wiping out most of the heroes, one of them being [[SecretInvasion Skrull Queen Veranke]] (under the guise of SpiderWoman), causing the Skrulls to view Hulk as some sort of prophet of their upcoming invasion. When SecretInvasion kicks in, even ''more heroes die'', but Hulk wises up and joins the resistance against the Skrulls... and then it turns out Wasp was being impersonated by the Skrulls rather than Hank Pym, and then plants the human bomb serum to Hank, again, wiping out almost all heroes and humanity... except Hulk. When Silver Surfer visits, Hulk demands that Galactus wipe out the Skrull planet as his vengeance, and after being left all alone again, Galactus promotes him as his Herald.

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** One version had it that Iron Man's nuclear strike to subdue Hulk ended up wiping out most of the heroes, one of them being [[SecretInvasion [[ComicBook/SecretInvasion Skrull Queen Veranke]] (under the guise of SpiderWoman), causing the Skrulls to view Hulk as some sort of prophet of their upcoming invasion. When SecretInvasion ComicBook/SecretInvasion kicks in, even ''more heroes die'', but Hulk wises up and joins the resistance against the Skrulls... and then it turns out Wasp was being impersonated by the Skrulls rather than Hank Pym, and then plants the human bomb serum to Hank, again, wiping out almost all heroes and humanity... except Hulk. When Silver Surfer visits, Hulk demands that Galactus wipe out the Skrull planet as his vengeance, and after being left all alone again, Galactus promotes him as his Herald.



* TheWorfEffect: [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Black Bolt]] was considered to be one of the very broken characters in cosmic Marvel, but Hulk takes him down first, and almost entirely off panel. [[spoiler:Though that ends up subverted come SecretInvasion, when it turns out Hulk just beat down his Skrull imposter.]]

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* TheWorfEffect: [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Black Bolt]] was considered to be one of the very broken characters in cosmic Marvel, but Hulk takes him down first, and almost entirely off panel. [[spoiler:Though that ends up subverted come SecretInvasion, ComicBook/SecretInvasion, when it turns out Hulk just beat down his Skrull imposter.]]
5th Nov '15 9:25:07 AM nombretomado
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** Another version had [[TheMightyThor Thor and the Asgard warriors]] join in the brawl, but was interrupted when an innocent civilian pleads them to use their strength not to fight each other, but to help them from peril. While doing that, Hulk was reminded of his old friendship with the fellow heroes, and [[spoiler:Miek]]'s treachery was discovered before it could result in a great disaster. Sentry came too late as eventually Thor told the heroes to redouble their efforts to win the people's trust, and Hulk went back to Sakaar to rebuild the planet and punish the traitorous [[spoiler:Miek]]. Yeah, they really ''did'' live HappilyEverAfter.

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** Another version had [[TheMightyThor [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor and the Asgard warriors]] join in the brawl, but was interrupted when an innocent civilian pleads them to use their strength not to fight each other, but to help them from peril. While doing that, Hulk was reminded of his old friendship with the fellow heroes, and [[spoiler:Miek]]'s treachery was discovered before it could result in a great disaster. Sentry came too late as eventually Thor told the heroes to redouble their efforts to win the people's trust, and Hulk went back to Sakaar to rebuild the planet and punish the traitorous [[spoiler:Miek]]. Yeah, they really ''did'' live HappilyEverAfter.
4th Nov '15 5:00:18 PM nombretomado
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In the aftermath of ''World War Hulk'', the title was turned into ''TheIncredibleHercules''.


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In the aftermath of ''World War Hulk'', the title was turned into ''TheIncredibleHercules''.

''ComicBook/TheIncredibleHercules''.

20th Oct '15 3:52:21 PM hamza678
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A 2007 Marvel CrisisCrossover, which occurs between Comicbook/CivilWar and SecretInvasion.

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A 2007 Marvel CrisisCrossover, which occurs between Comicbook/CivilWar and SecretInvasion.ComicBook/SecretInvasion.



Bruce Banner is later imprisoned until he can control his Hulk self, and [[StatusQuoIsGod was later released]] when the mysterious [[EvilTwin Red Hulk]] appeared. Meanwhile, in the planet of Sakaar, it turns out that Hulk's son Skaar survived. But that is another story...

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Bruce Banner is later imprisoned until he can control his Hulk self, and [[StatusQuoIsGod was later released]] when the mysterious [[EvilTwin Red Hulk]] ComicBook/RedHulk appeared. Meanwhile, in the planet of Sakaar, it turns out that Hulk's son Skaar survived. But that is another story...
18th Oct '15 11:58:54 PM kyatollah
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Unexpectedly, the ship which brought him to Sakaar exploded, shattering the planet and killing many people, including Hulk's wife and unborn child. Hulk got mad. So he gathered his remaining friends and returned to Earth, hellbent on making the Illuminati pay for what they did to him. At this time Hulk was in a new form, the Green Scar, who retained his mind and whose rage, while at levels it had never touched before, [[TranquilFury was dispassionate and icy cold]]. Already disorganized and estranged by Civil War, the heroes were unable to meet him in force. They were also suffering an enormous loss of popular support, which only increased once Hulk revealed what the Illuminati had done to him. In short, they're all screwed when Hulk gets back.

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Unexpectedly, the ship which brought him to Sakaar exploded, shattering the planet and killing many people, including Hulk's wife and unborn child. Hulk got mad. So he gathered his remaining friends and returned to Earth, hellbent on making the Illuminati pay for what they did to him. At this time Hulk was in a new form, the Green Scar, who retained his mind and whose rage, while at levels it had never touched before, [[TranquilFury was dispassionate and icy cold]]. Already disorganized and estranged by Civil War, the heroes were unable to meet him in force. They were also suffering an enormous loss of popular support, which only increased once Hulk revealed what the Illuminati had done to him. In short, [[MemeticMutation they're all screwed when Hulk gets back.
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18th Oct '15 11:21:18 AM Anddrix
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Before the Civil War, the Illuminati (a group consisting of IronMan, [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic]], Comicbook/DoctorStrange, Prince Namor the {{Sub-Mariner}}, [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Professor Xavier]] and [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Black Bolt]]) made the decision that [[SelfDemonstrating/TheIncredibleHulk Hulk]] was a threat to the world because of his unstable and dangerous mood swings. Instead of killing him, they shot him into space, towards a planet without intelligent life where they hoped he'd find peace.

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Before the Civil War, the Illuminati (a group consisting of IronMan, [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic]], Comicbook/DoctorStrange, Prince Namor the {{Sub-Mariner}}, [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Professor Xavier]] and [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Black Bolt]]) made the decision that [[SelfDemonstrating/TheIncredibleHulk [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk Hulk]] was a threat to the world because of his unstable and dangerous mood swings. Instead of killing him, they shot him into space, towards a planet without intelligent life where they hoped he'd find peace.
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