- Well... I hear you people have yourselves a bit of a Hulk problem.
Appearing in "Hulkbusters"Edit
- Gamma Corps (First appearance)
- AIM scientists
- "Black market" Crimson Dynamos
- General Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Bruce Banner (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Glenn Talbot (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Flux (Death)
- New Mexico
- Unnamed military base
- New York State
- Battle Hill, Greenwood Cemetary
- South America
- Secret AIM base
Synopsis for "Hulkbusters"Edit
Years ago, General John Ryker learns over the phone that his wife, Lucy Ryker, has been diagnosed with cancer. Moments later, he attends a meeting with General Ross, Major Talbot, Bruce Banner and others discussing how to destroy the Hulk. Banner argues that perhaps the Hulk should not be destroyed, and another scientist agrees with him, stating that the Hulk's incredible abilities warrant study rather than destruction. Ryker becomes very interested with this scientist suggests the Hulk's capability to heal could wipe out human disease.
At present time, John Ryker is observing the funeral of his wife, Lucy Ryker, from a distance. A team of SHIELD agents, lead by Charlie, confront General Ross, who has been on the run for months. Ross offers Charlie a chance to advance from his current SHIELD position, suggesting that whoever helps him solve the current Hulk problem would earn the gratitude of SHIELD's director. Charlie lets Ross go, informing his troops it was a mistaken identity.
Meanwhile, in a secret A.I.M. base somewhere in South America, a prisoner is being tortured. When the A.I.M. agents threaten to kill him, he transforms into Griffin and takes out his capturers. His teammates Prodigy, Mess and Mister Gideon rescue him from agents in Crimson Dynamo armor.
They proceed to their target, prisoner Benny Tibets, Flux, whom they free. Their remaining teammate, Grey, arrives and kills Flux, revealing that they act on behalf of General Ryker. They receive a transmission from General Ryker informing them that they will soon be taking on the Hulk himself. Grey, in a flashback, remembers General Ross informing him of the death of his brother Glenn. In the present, as the team prepares for departure, it is revealed that Grey is Brian Talbot.
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