Appearing in "What if the heroes lost World War Hulk?"Edit
- Yellowjacket (Henry Pym) (Death)
- Silver Surfer
- Vision (Death)
- Cannonball (Death)
- Mockingbird (Death)
- Constrictor (Death)
- Justice (Death)
- Dagger (Death)
- Winter Soldier (Death)
- Thunderball (Death)
- The Sentry (Death)
- Tony Stark (Death)
- Fantastic Four
- Moonstone (Death)
- Firestar (Death)
- Venom (Death)
- Patriot (Death)
- Wolverine (Death)
- Bullseye (Death)
- Proudstar (Death)
- Colossus (Death)
- Black Widow (Death)
- Wasp (Mentioned)
Synopsis for "What if the heroes lost World War Hulk?"Edit
The first tale shows Tony Stark not hesitating to fire the laser satellite into New York City, killing the Warbound and many heroes. Watching from hiding, the Skrulls hear of the death of their queen (masquerading as Spider-Woman) but believe the Hulk is a prophet sent to aid them by destroying the heroes.
They attack, their sleeper agents allowing them to wipe out most of the remaining super-beings and take over the world. Two months later, the Vision finds Bruce Banner in the ruins of New York, waiting to die and convinced him to become the Hulk again and help. The Hulk aids the remaining heroes against the Skrulls, inspiring people to help. In this world, it's the Wasp, not Hank Pym, who's a Skrull and she infects Hank with the bio-weapon that wipes out the remaining heroes.
The Hulk survives and summons the Silver Surfer, demanding the Surfer call Galactus to destroy Earth. The Surfer does so but leaves, disgusted at the Hulk's blood-thirsty ways. Galactus arrives and feeds upon Earth, destroying the Skrulls and the planet. He lets the Hulk live, promising to take away the monster's pain and memories. The Hulk agrees and is transformed into Galactus' new herald, the World-Breaker.
Appearing in "What if Thor entered World War Hulk?"Edit
Synopsis for "What if Thor entered World War Hulk?"Edit
The second story has Donald Blake and the Warriors Three flying back from Africa on a plane when they hear of the Hulk's attack. Blake turns into Thor to lead the others against the Hulk's forces. He and the Hulk engage in a massive battle across Manhattan as the Warriors fight the Warbound.
As their battle continues, the Hulk and Thor learn of civilians needing help in destroyed tunnels and work together to save them. Thor manages to talk through to the Hulk, convincing him to give up his vendetta. Back at Madison Square Garden, the Warbound have discovered Miek's role in the destruction of Sakaar and have surrendered.
The Sentry arrives only to find the battle was already over. Thor negotiates a settlement for all parties with the Hulk and his forces returning to rebuild Sakaar and leave Earth in peace.
Appearing in "Say what? World War Hulk"Edit
- General Ross (Earth-20132)
- Iron Man (Earth-20132)
- Mr. Fantastic (Earth-20132)
- Doctor Strange (Earth-21320)
- Black Bolt (Earth-23201)
- Medusa (Earth-23201)
- Doctor Strange (Earth-30122)
- Sentry (Earth-22301)
- Hulk (Earth-30122)
- Iron Man (Earth-30122)
- Hulk (Earth-31220)
- Earth-20132 (Heroes forced Gen. Ross to dress like a clown.)
- Earth-21320 (Dr. Strange went to emergency room for broken hands.)
- Earth-22013 (Hulk's Warbound won and made punchable toys)
- Earth-22301 (Sentry attended Agoraphobics Anonymous)
- Earth-23201 (Black Bolt told a joke)
- Earth-30122 (Gamma Time)
- Earth-31220 (The Hulk's broadcast was carried on commercial televison)
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