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Quote1 Mere humans delude themselves if they believe they or their machines -- are capable of acting faster than the masterful mind of MODOK! Quote2
-- MODOK

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Synopsis for "Loose Ends"Edit

Continued from last issue...

Doctor Kate Waynesboro arrives at the newly constructed Northwind Observatory as Bruce Banner's new research assistant. Bruce doesn't realize that Kate is actually an undercover agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. sent to monitor the Hulk's progress in case he begins to lose control. Bruce and Kate develop a quick likeness for one another, something that does not elude Banner's Recordasphere. The Recordasphere, initially designed as a computerized companion, has developed an emotional tie to Banner, and views Waynesboro as a threat to it's relationship with it's creator. It also discovers that Kate is a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent.

Bruce continues working on his latest creation, the Gammascope. He notices that large surges of gamma radiation have been building up just outside of Earth's orbit. Waynesboro tells Bruce that Gamma research could prove vital towards restorative medicine, but Banner is concerned that such research might also reproduce results similar to that which first transformed him into the Hulk.

  • This issue contains a letters page, Green Skin's Grab-Bag. Letters are published from Shane Hasty, Byron Cavender, Jerry Cavanaugh and Stephen Bell.


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