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- Who do you think you are to judge me! You presumptuous fleas! You cannot hope to fathom what I've experienced!
- -- Agamemon
Appearing in "Trial"Edit
- Betty Ross Banner
- The Pantheon
- Marlo Chandler (Mentioned)
- Heimdall (Mentioned)
- Troyjan (Mentioned)
- The Thing (as a VR simulation)
Synopsis for "Trial"Edit
The Hulk goes through a training exercise against a virtual reality simulation of the Thing. Afterwards, he speaks with Ulysses who asks him about the upcoming trial. Betty tries to get Bruce to confide in her, but he has too much on his mind. Elsewhere in the mount, Achilles goes to Agamemnon's cell. Agamemnon won't speak to him however. The Hulk goes outside where he finds Jason the Renegade. Jason has returned to testify at the trial. The Hulk warns him that he will be called to account for his own actions. Later, Ulysses finds Hector and the two begin arguing. Hector believes that Ulysses' dislike for him has to do with the fact that he is gay. They stow their disfavor for each other in order to attend the trial. The tribunal gets underway and the Hulk begins acting Agamemnon questions. The nature behind Agamemnon's involvement in the Troyjan affair becomes known and Atalanta grabs him by the collar. Agamemnon punches her to the floor. Ajax grows incensed and charges at the youthful Agamemnon, but Aggie shouts at him to sit down and Ajax obeys. Jason testifies and reveals that Agamemon wanted him to take out Ulysses. When Jason refused, Achilles agreed to take up the task. Tempers flare, but Agamemnon begins laughing. He announces that the Endless Knights have arrived.
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