History Heartwarming / TheIncredibleHercules

22nd Jul '17 1:36:50 PM TropeRoper
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22nd Jul '17 1:36:49 PM TropeRoper
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** Hercules is confronted by his wife Hebe, the goddess of youth, who asks him (in tears) why he doesnít like being with her and why he must gallivant with other women. He explains to her, in a sweet and sincere moment, that itís not her, but him. He doesnít like being a god, he needs adventure and danger and thrills, and that he can never settle down. [[spoiler: what makes it more heartwarming is that she slaps him and tells him that his untamable but noble nature is why she fell for him to begin with.]]

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** Hercules is confronted by his wife Hebe, the goddess of youth, who asks him (in tears) why he doesnít like being with her and why he must gallivant with other women. He explains to her, in a sweet and sincere moment, that itís not her, but him. He doesnít like being a god, he needs adventure and danger and thrills, and that he can never settle down. [[spoiler: what What makes it more heartwarming is that she slaps him and tells him that his untamable but noble nature is why she fell for him to begin with.]]
22nd Jul '17 1:36:29 PM TropeRoper
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* When Amadeus takes a trip into the afterlife, he runs into [[Comicbook/SpiderMan Ben Parker]], who we see is enjoying a peaceful and happy afterlife.

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* When Amadeus takes a trip into the afterlife, he runs into [[Comicbook/SpiderMan Ben Parker]], who we see is enjoying a peaceful and happy afterlife.afterlife.
* Whenever Hercules chooses the actions of a man instead of a god, itís heartwarming. Given how most of the gods in the Marvel universe tend to be aloof and jerkass, whenever one of them sides with humanity it serves as a proof of humanityís goodness and worthiness.
** Hercules is confronted by his wife Hebe, the goddess of youth, who asks him (in tears) why he doesnít like being with her and why he must gallivant with other women. He explains to her, in a sweet and sincere moment, that itís not her, but him. He doesnít like being a god, he needs adventure and danger and thrills, and that he can never settle down. [[spoiler: what makes it more heartwarming is that she slaps him and tells him that his untamable but noble nature is why she fell for him to begin with.]]
** Ares and Hercules clash during the Civil War, and Ares angrily asks Hercules what makes him better; Ares as a god of war makes glorious heroes out of people, and yet people revile him, while his brother is hailed as a hero but causes arguably more trouble on his own account. Hercules explains that is the point: he is a normal man with normal failings, which people can identify with: ďMost men just want to be men.Ē
29th Jul '16 1:14:02 PM morenohijazo
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* The way Cho and Herc resolve the 'Prisoner's Dilemma'. Hephaestus captures Herc and Amadeus and puts them each in a cell with a button. If one pushes his button, he will die but the other will go free. If neither of them push the button, they both die. What happens? [[HeroicSacrifice They both push their buttons]] [[ActOfTrueLove immediately at the same time and]] [[LaserGuidedKarma both go free.]]

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* The way Cho and Herc resolve the 'Prisoner's Dilemma'.'PrisonersDilemma'. Hephaestus captures Herc and Amadeus and puts them each in a cell with a button. If one pushes his button, he will die but the other will go free. If neither of them push the button, they both die. What happens? [[HeroicSacrifice They both push their buttons]] [[ActOfTrueLove immediately at the same time and]] [[LaserGuidedKarma both go free.]]
9th Jul '15 11:51:32 AM MechWarrior
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* The 2005 Hercules limited series begins with Hercules is absolutely furious with the rest of the Avengers for not honouring [[TheMightyThor Thor]] along with the other fallen Avengers (after the events of ''ComicBook/AvengersDisassembled''). When they point out that they don't know for sure that Thor is dead, Hercules asks if they think he'd be in such a state if were not true.

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* The 2005 Hercules limited series begins with Hercules is being absolutely furious with the rest of the Avengers for not honouring [[TheMightyThor [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]] along with the other fallen Avengers (after the events of ''ComicBook/AvengersDisassembled''). When they point out that they don't know for sure that Thor is dead, Hercules asks if they think he'd be in such a state if were not true.
1st Sep '14 9:11:34 PM Dragonmouth
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* The 2005 Hercules limited series begins with Hercules is absolutely furious with the rest of the Avengers for not honouring [[TheMightyThor Thor]] along with the other fallen Avengers (after the events of ''ComicBook/AvengersDisassembled''). When they point out that they don't know for sure that Thor is dead, Hercules asks if they think he'd be in such a state if were not true.

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* The 2005 Hercules limited series begins with Hercules is absolutely furious with the rest of the Avengers for not honouring [[TheMightyThor Thor]] along with the other fallen Avengers (after the events of ''ComicBook/AvengersDisassembled''). When they point out that they don't know for sure that Thor is dead, Hercules asks if they think he'd be in such a state if were not true.true.
* When Amadeus takes a trip into the afterlife, he runs into [[Comicbook/SpiderMan Ben Parker]], who we see is enjoying a peaceful and happy afterlife.
23rd Aug '14 4:37:00 PM Hero_Gal_2347
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* The way Cho and Herc resolve the 'Prisoner's Dilemma'. Hephaestus captures Herc and Amadeus and puts them each in a cell with a button. If one pushes his button, he will die but the other will go free. If neither of them push the button, they both die. What happens? They both push their buttons immediately at the same time and [[LaserGuidedKarma both go free.]]

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* The way Cho and Herc resolve the 'Prisoner's Dilemma'. Hephaestus captures Herc and Amadeus and puts them each in a cell with a button. If one pushes his button, he will die but the other will go free. If neither of them push the button, they both die. What happens? [[HeroicSacrifice They both push their buttons buttons]] [[ActOfTrueLove immediately at the same time and and]] [[LaserGuidedKarma both go free.]]
11th Jul '14 7:09:55 AM Hero_Gal_2347
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* The way Cho and Herc resolve the 'Prisoner's Dilemma'. Hephaestus captures Herc and Amadeus and puts them each in a cell with a button. If one pushes his button, he will die but the other will go free. If neither of them push the button, they both die. What happens? They both push their buttons immediately at the same time and both go free.

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* The way Cho and Herc resolve the 'Prisoner's Dilemma'. Hephaestus captures Herc and Amadeus and puts them each in a cell with a button. If one pushes his button, he will die but the other will go free. If neither of them push the button, they both die. What happens? They both push their buttons immediately at the same time and [[LaserGuidedKarma both go free.]]
10th Jul '14 11:07:00 PM Dragonmouth
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* The way Cho and Herc resolve the 'Prisoner's Dilemma'.

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* The way Cho and Herc resolve the 'Prisoner's Dilemma'. Hephaestus captures Herc and Amadeus and puts them each in a cell with a button. If one pushes his button, he will die but the other will go free. If neither of them push the button, they both die. What happens? They both push their buttons immediately at the same time and both go free.



* The 2005 Hercules limited series begins with Hercules is absolutely furious with the rest of the Avengers for not honouring [[TheMightyThor Thor]] along with the other fallen Avengers (after the events of ''ComicBook/AvengersDisassembled''). When they point out that they don't know for sure that Thor is dead, Hercules asks if they think he'd be in such a state if were not true.
* In #140, Hephaestus captures Herc and Amadeus and puts them each in a cell with a button. If one pushes his button, he will die but the other will go free. If neither of them push the button, they both die. What happens? They both push their buttons immediately at the same time and both go free.

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* The 2005 Hercules limited series begins with Hercules is absolutely furious with the rest of the Avengers for not honouring [[TheMightyThor Thor]] along with the other fallen Avengers (after the events of ''ComicBook/AvengersDisassembled''). When they point out that they don't know for sure that Thor is dead, Hercules asks if they think he'd be in such a state if were not true.
* In #140, Hephaestus captures Herc and Amadeus and puts them each in a cell with a button. If one pushes his button, he will die but the other will go free. If neither of them push the button, they both die. What happens? They both push their buttons immediately at the same time and both go free.
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10th Jul '14 11:06:40 PM Dragonmouth
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* In #140, Hephaestus captures Herc and Amadeus and puts them each in a cell with a button. If one pushes his button, he will die but the other will go free. If neither of them push the button, they both die. What happens? They both push their buttons immediately at the same time and both go free.
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