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Appearing in "Exposition"Edit
- Marlo Chandler
- Betty Ross
- Rick Jones
- Captain America (Mentioned)
- James Carter (Mentioned)
- Victor von Doom (In a photograph only)
- James Spader (Mentioned)
- Pulse cannons
Synopsis for "Exposition"Edit
Hulk, captured by the Pantheon, is taken to the group's headquarter, the Mount. Hulk frees himself (saying he pretended to be unconscious to be taken to their place so he could trash them) and defeats Ajax, the strongest of the Pantheon. Before any other Pantheon's member tries to stop the Hulk, Agamemnon, the Pantheon's leader, shows up and stops the fight. Agamemnon explains the reason behind bringing the Hulk to the Mount is to invite Ol'Greenskin to join the group. Meanwhile, Marlo Chandler invites Betty Ross to be her roommate.
- This issue is reprinted in the trade paperback Incredible Hulk Visionaries: Peter David Volume 6.
- Hulk refers to Bullfinch's Mythology (1881) as "the only place I've ever encounter the name 'Agamemnon'," and the name indeed appears in that book, but it also appears in other sources Hulk should be familiar with, most notably Homer's Iliad. Besides, the author of Mythology was called Bulfinch, with only one "L" - something to be considered as Hulk also jokes about the number of "M's" in "Agamemnon."
- Rick Jones makes a reference to actor James Spader. Twenty-four years later, Spader played a Marvel character in the film Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015).
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