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- Ever since Bruce Banner pushed me to safety and took the brunt of that gamma blast that turned him into the Hulk -- Well, I've felt responsible! One mistake and I'm spending a lifetime trying to rectify it!
- -- Rick Jones
Appearing in "Certain Intangibles"Edit
- Hulk (Bruce Banner) (Re-merges with the Hulk)
- West Coast Avengers
- Scarlett Witch
- Betty Ross
- Rick Jones
- United States Army
- United States of America
- Captain America's Shield
- Captain America's Uniform
- Ebony Blade
- Iron Man Armor MK VII
- Hawkeye's Bow
- Dianne's gyro-copter
Synopsis for "Certain Intangibles"Edit
In the last issue, the Hulk (recently separated from Banner by Doc Samson) was defeated by the Avengers. However, in their separated state, both Banner and the Hulk's molecules are beginning to drift apart. As their bodies grow larger and less dense, physical objects can pass right through them. Concerned for Banner's life, Rick Jones calls the Vision for help. The Vision merges his body with Banner's, and by controlling his own density is able to coerce him back into a solid state. However, when he attempts to merge the Banner/Vision body with the still-incohesive Hulk form, the Vision succeeds but becomes trapped by the Hulk's rage! After a brief rampage, only Betty's love for Bruce is able to remind the Vision of his love for his own wife and give him the strength to break free and return Bruce to normal.
- This issue contains a letters page, Green Mail. Letters are published from Frank Balkin, Eric Reynolds, Rick Perez, Jason Meadow, "Distraught Devotee", "Lunatik", and Brent Dutcher.
- No trivia.
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