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Appearing in "Post-Apocalypse"Edit

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Synopsis for "Post-Apocalypse"Edit

Within Earth's spatial orbit, Bruce Banner, Victor von Doom, Gwen Stacy and Tony Stark leads an escape armada away from a Apocalypse ruled world. However, their escape is detected and Apocalypse's sea wall defense launches nuclear missiles at the armada.

Doom complains that they should have fought against Apocalypse than trying to escape in which Stark admits that he is right. Tony then contacts Susan Storm to command the armada as he and the others tries to destroy the missiles by locking onto their spaceship. The ship destroy several of the missiles and survive the bombardment without any serious damages. But a single missile that Bruce recognize it as a adamantium-armored gamma bomb that he designed it and is impenetrable for any of their countermeasures to destroy it. Gwen angrily accuses Bruce as a "race-traitor" before Tony prevents her from further criticizing Bruce...

In a flashback, Bruce's history reveal that he have helped humanity against Apocalypse as a scientist in researching alternative energy source. However, he has been secretly working with the mutant fascist in which the cost of his treachery cause him to transform into the Hulk and was eventually betrayed by Apocalypse.

Fill with guilt and seeking to atone himself, Bruce transform into the Hulk and tells Tony that he will volunteer to destroy the gamma missile, personally. After leaving the airlock, Hulk lands on the missile and manage to destroy the missile's tracking system. Unfortunately Hulk's attack cause a breach to the missile allowing it to be detonated. The explosion revert Hulk back to Bruce as he is consumed by the gamma radiation as he flies down to Earth...

Bruce's body lands into a coliseum. Out from the burnt rubble emerges a green Hulk.

Appearing in "A Norse of a Different Color"Edit

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Synopsis for "A Norse of a Different Color"Edit

In the "Mangaverse" of Earth-2301, the Godzilla-sized Hulk travels the mythical realm of the Norse Cosmological Zone to see this realm's pristine moon. On the way Hulk fights and quickly defeats a troop of Frost Giants and eventually see's the moon. However, he is then dismayed in seeing Fenrir, the "Fenris Wolf", gnawing the moon as he is also destined to devour the moon as part of Ragnarok. The Hulk attacks Fenrir with his energy beam but it is pointless as his beam is unable to reach Fenrir that far. Hulk then have another plan...

The green behemoth finds a local coil of Jormungandr the "World Serpent" and pulled the great serpent. With his strength Hulk then utilized Jormungandr as a lasso/whip to rope Fenrir and pulled both legendary animals onto the cosmological zone. Hulk then decide to "alter" the animals' destiny and fight them "to a mythological degree."

Appearing in "Son of the Dragon"Edit

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Synopsis for "Son of the Dragon"Edit

Following the events of 1602: New World, Robert David Banner has escaped from his execution by changing into the Hulk but not before killing King James I.

In the present, Banner takes solace in a Buddhist monastery situated near a section of China's Great Wall and has been concentrating in subduing the Hulk within him. Suddenly the monks of the monastery alerted that soldiers are swarming the countryside in search of a monster which had killed their king. Thinking that they are English soldiers who have come to avenge King James, Banner transform into the Hulk and decides to fight them.

Hulk confronts the soldiers near the Great Wall, but discover that they are Chinese natives. The soldiers immediately mistaken him to be "Yazi", one of the nine sons of the "dragon", and attacks Hulk (although ineffectively). Very soon they are confronted by the dragon Dilong, the real culprit that the soldiers were after, who specifically killed China's emperor. Dilong attacks Hulk for "disgracing his name" after the soldiers mistaken him for his son. The two fiercely fight in which Hulk emerges the victor after slamming Dilong into the Great Wall.

The soldiers are gratefully humbled by Hulk for killing Dilong and make him their new emperor. In an epilogue, Hulk is made emperor and is self-satisfied as both ruler and a "god" of China.

Appearing in "Out of Time"Edit

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  • Amanda Darby (Only Appearance)[1]

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Synopsis for "Out of Time"Edit

In the alternative dystopian future of Earth-811 where mutants are interned at internment camps, Bruce Banner is also interned and works as a medical doctor at Queens, New York City.

While there he befriends one of his patients a mutant named Darby, who could learn and speak multitudes of languages, is dying from pancreatic cancer. Darby relates to Banner of his daughter Amanda, who is normal, and wished to send his letters to her as mutants at the camps couldn't send them anymore, and has been compiling his letters into a book.

The next day, Banner escapes the camp on a supply train and removes his restraining collar allowing him to become the Hulk. The nearby Sentinels detects Hulk and gives chase. As Hulk escapes he lands into a mail truck and disappear into the city.

Later the Hulk appears at his wife's grave and is discovered by the military. He then transform back to Banner and turns himself in as the government will killed every mutant for every hour as long as he is free.

Bruce returns to a near-dying Darby and reveals to him that the reason he escaped was to deliver Darby's letters to his daughter, in which is why he landed in the mail truck earlier, allowing her to know what happen to her father.

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  • The Earth-311 version of Fin Fang Foom's name, "Dilong", is Chinese for "Emperor Dragon."


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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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