- I tend to see transformations in terms of anger, but what drives Rick is guilt. He can't convice himself that isn't responsible for the Hulk. Even though I made the bomb. It's all on me. Now he runs towards every big threat, always recreating that day, solving it over and over. Is that healthy? I don't know that I'm qualified to say. I'm a physicist. All I know is he's going to do it whether I want him to or not...and it makes him happy. There's got to be room for a happy Hulk somewhere, right?
Appearing in "Inferno"Edit
- Incredible Hulks
Synopsis for "Inferno"Edit
As the Hulks return to Earth after saving both it and K'ai, Skaar invites his father to get back inside the ship. Then suddenly, they receive an astral warning from Doctor Strange about the Chaos King. Already he has unleashed apocalypse upon the Earth. The Hulks return to New York, where they find various people, including a Hulked-Out Lyra unconscious and quickly work ground control. A-Bomb deduces that when Strange mentioned that Death herself has fled, meaning no one can die. And he remembers how his wife Marlo was possessed by Death. Then suddenly, they are ambushed by demons led by Abomination. He fights against A-Bomb. Though Death has been banished, Abomination decides to tear off A-Bomb's shell. He attacks the Hulks, demanding to know where Marlo is. Luckily, they have a timely save from Strange. As they hide in the Empire State Building, Strange explains to everyone that Marlo still has a spark of Death within her, which can be used to end the lives of all on Earth. When A-Bomb whispers to Hulk that Marlo's in Phoenix, Strange is revealed to have been possessed by Zom.
Appearing in "How I Became the Bomb"Edit
- Unidentified disgruntled employee (Only appearance; dies)
- Los Angeles
- Los Angeles International Airport
Synopsis for "How I Became the Bomb"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
The entity known as Zom merged with Doctor Strange during the events of World War Hulk after having his hands broken by the Hulk. Since then, Strange has kept Zom mentally suppressed until now.
- A CHAOS WAR TIE-IN!
Bring out your dead -- and the Hulks will smash them! When the King of Chaos and Darkness unleashes his horrors upon Planet Earth, Doctor Strange calls on the strongest team there is to save life itself. A Chaos War tie-in featuring the return of the most horrifying Hulk villain in Hades -- and fan-favorite "Fall of the Hulks" and "World War Hulks" penciller Paul Pelletier! Plus an all-new backup showcasing one of Hulk's Allies!
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- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks