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19th Dec '15 5:34:57 PM nombretomado
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* SheHulk = Super Ego

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* SheHulk ComicBook/SheHulk = Super Ego
5th Nov '15 8:37:41 AM nombretomado
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Gaea has also considered Hulk as one of her children like the Titans in the past, and could easily see him as the best alternative to replace the Demogorge as her most powerful protector, and could ask him to do so. Basically Hulk should allow Strange to use him as his new power source/"patron deity", and every time the GodzillaThreshold is reached the PowerLimiter is turned off, and they tag-team to to their utmost to permanently (as in no JokerImmunity) exterminate any of them whenever they want to claim billions more innocent victims. Hulk could keep the power limiter to [[TheMightyThor Thor]]-level whenever he is on his own for more "down to earth" circumstances, without risking to hurt any innocents, and simultaneously get release from the pressure against massive threats that really deserve the punishment, use his actual scale of power for something useful, and directed by somebody benevolent and with the wisdom and clarity to actually know what he is doing and when to use it. It makes sense as a good solution within the overall context, even if I don't think that it will happen.

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Gaea has also considered Hulk as one of her children like the Titans in the past, and could easily see him as the best alternative to replace the Demogorge as her most powerful protector, and could ask him to do so. Basically Hulk should allow Strange to use him as his new power source/"patron deity", and every time the GodzillaThreshold is reached the PowerLimiter is turned off, and they tag-team to to their utmost to permanently (as in no JokerImmunity) exterminate any of them whenever they want to claim billions more innocent victims. Hulk could keep the power limiter to [[TheMightyThor [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]]-level whenever he is on his own for more "down to earth" circumstances, without risking to hurt any innocents, and simultaneously get release from the pressure against massive threats that really deserve the punishment, use his actual scale of power for something useful, and directed by somebody benevolent and with the wisdom and clarity to actually know what he is doing and when to use it. It makes sense as a good solution within the overall context, even if I don't think that it will happen.
24th May '15 4:35:41 PM nombretomado
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If you noticed on how does Goldman creates zombies in ''HouseOfTheDead'', he would have tricked Banner into working for him so that he can use his gamma research to create those missiles to nuke the world.

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If you noticed on how does Goldman creates zombies in ''HouseOfTheDead'', ''VideoGame/HouseOfTheDead'', he would have tricked Banner into working for him so that he can use his gamma research to create those missiles to nuke the world.
22nd Oct '14 5:23:47 AM Frishman
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My theory is that the Worldbreaker really ''is'' a true merger of Hulk and Banner, and that the "Bruce" and "Hulk" that appear after World War Hulk are a set of new personalities, with the former created by both the real Bruce and the Hulk's fear of the power they held as the Worldbreaker, and the latter created by, ironically, the new "Bruce." This would be the first time Hulk actually ''could'' feel and understand fear, so combined with the trauma of the event it was more than enough for a separate personality to emerge. While Hulk was in stasis after WWH, this fear fed on the memories and personality of Bruce, as Bruce's life prior to Planet Hulk was ruled by fear. This personality needed a "Hulk" though, so he made one, which explained why "Bruce" had such control over the transformation immediately following.

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My theory is that the Worldbreaker really ''is'' a true merger of Hulk and Banner, and that the "Bruce" and "Hulk" that appear after World War Hulk are a set of new personalities, with the former created by both the real Bruce and the Hulk's fear of the power they held as the Worldbreaker, and the latter created by, ironically, the new "Bruce." This would be the first time Hulk actually ''could'' feel and understand fear, so combined with the trauma of the event it was more than enough for a separate personality to emerge. While Hulk was in stasis after WWH, this fear fed on the memories and personality of Bruce, as Bruce's life prior to Planet Hulk was ruled by fear. This personality needed a "Hulk" though, so he made one, which explained why "Bruce" had such control over the transformation immediately following.
following, and why "Hulk" was comparatively calm when put next to his previous Savage self. It was a bit of a merger of Savage and Grey, as not even "Bruce" could keep track of all of the Hulk's many personalities.


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This also explains that when "Bruce" was separated from the Hulk by [[spoiler: Dr. Doom]], he was so desperate to become the Hulk again, and why "the Hulk" kept getting weaker the longer he was separated. They ''couldn't'' exist as solo entities as neither of them was a full entity to begin with.
22nd Oct '14 5:19:19 AM Frishman
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[[WMG: The Worldbreaker isn't a separate personality]]
During the events of PlanetHulk, it was shown that Bruce and the Hulk had finally come to an agreement, if not an alliance, with each other, in a way that made it seem like the Worldbreaker was the result of a true merging of Hulk and Banner, where neither side was repressed. This was one of the reasons given for that form's incredible power. However, after the events of WorldWarHulk, it was made to seem as though Bruce and the Worldbreaker had always been separate.

My theory is that the Worldbreaker really ''is'' a true merger of Hulk and Banner, and that the "Bruce" and "Hulk" that appear after World War Hulk are a set of new personalities, with the former created by both the real Bruce and the Hulk's fear of the power they held as the Worldbreaker, and the latter created by, ironically, the new "Bruce." This would be the first time Hulk actually ''could'' feel and understand fear, so combined with the trauma of the event it was more than enough for a separate personality to emerge. While Hulk was in stasis after WWH, this fear fed on the memories and personality of Bruce, as Bruce's life prior to Planet Hulk was ruled by fear. This personality needed a "Hulk" though, so he made one, which explained why "Bruce" had such control over the transformation immediately following.

Thus, Worldbreaker stepped aside and let "Bruce" and "the Hulk" deal with the world they nearly destroyed, as they were both too afraid of what they could do. It would be only when they felt strong and confident enough to handle a situation that they would themselves emerge. Or when they both agreed that they were necessary, as the case with Skaar and the Red Hulk showed. Unfortunately, "Bruce" has grown strong enough due to their inaction and doubt to be able to repress them successfully.
19th Mar '13 9:15:50 AM TweaktheWhacked
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* Though banner mentions he has full memory of dying in the gamma bomb explosion early in the arch. It seems the implication is that Evil Banner really was Banner, and that in death he was absorbed back into the Hulk. I'm willing to accept the explaination offered for the change in the behavior in story by Evil Banner and [[spoiler: Doom]]; this divide was clean, perfect. Before, enough of the Hulk was still inside Banner to act as a dam for his rage while depriving the hulk of his own conscience.
28th Dec '12 12:38:08 PM erforce
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[[WMG:Sooner or later, Red She Hulk will become an AssholeVictim by GhostRider.]]

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[[WMG:Sooner or later, Red She Hulk will become an AssholeVictim by GhostRider.Comicbook/GhostRider.]]
22nd Nov '12 2:00:39 PM TweaktheWhacked
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** [[MathematiciansAnswer Yes.]]
8th Sep '12 5:14:07 AM Darkwing
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[[WMG: The Hulk is the Marvel Universes Rage Entity]]
When the Gamma bomb went off it caused Bruce Banner to merge with the MU's equivelent of the Butcher. It just happens that in the MU, the embodyment of rage is nicer.
7th Aug '12 2:53:51 PM FELH2
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[[WMG:Hulk is an avatar for [[{{HP Lovecraft}} Nyarlathotep]].]]

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[[WMG:Hulk is an avatar for [[{{HP Lovecraft}} [[Creator/HPLovecraft Nyarlathotep]].]]







** Interestingly enough, Hulk has actually called Banner out on this a couple times, giving him a WhatTheHellHero over the fact that despite his genius intellect, on the level of Reed Richards and Doctor Doom, instead of actually ''helping'' people, he made bombs for a living. I recall a couple storylines, not in main continuity, where Banner was something of an [[TheAtoner atoner]], having a fair amount of guilt from having devoted his life to such destruction, though at least one had him rationalizing that he did it [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/Ptitleb1zcb36l because he was good at it.]]

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** Interestingly enough, Hulk has actually called Banner out on this a couple times, giving him a WhatTheHellHero over the fact that despite his genius intellect, on the level of Reed Richards and Doctor Doom, instead of actually ''helping'' people, he made bombs for a living. I recall a couple storylines, not in main continuity, where Banner was something of an [[TheAtoner atoner]], having a fair amount of guilt from having devoted his life to such destruction, though at least one had him rationalizing that he did it [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/Ptitleb1zcb36l [[{{Ptitleb1zcb36l}} because he was good at it.]]



* Do you mean a corp member, or a Red Lantern Battery like the Anti-Monitor to the Black Corp?

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* Do you mean a corp member, or a Red Lantern Battery like the Anti-Monitor to the Black Corp?Corp?
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