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- He's scared. And he ain't the only one either.... Not with what you've let loose in here. We all are.
Appearing in "Snake Eyes: Part 1"Edit
- Bruce Banner Persona (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Savage Hulk Persona
- Joe Fixit Persona
- The Professor Persona
- Angela Lipscombe (First appearance) (Appears in flashback and main story)
- General John Ryker (First appearance) (Only in flashback)
- Guilt Hulk Persona
- Devil Hulk Persona (First appearance)
Synopsis for "Snake Eyes: Part 1"Edit
Bruce Banner's (aka The Incredible Hulk) health is deteriorating. He seeks out his college sweetheart, Angela Lipscombe, for assistance. Their time together is detailed. Banner believes he has Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) and Angela confirms it. Angela convinces Banner that he must make peace with the different personalities of his mind (the separate Hulk identities) and sets him up in a machine so he can enter his subconcious and confer with the Hulks. Upon entering his subconcious, Banner finds the Savage Hulk, who wants nothing to do with Banner and flees. He then finds Joe Fixit and the Professor chained to a tree and a monster closing in on the three of them. Joe tells Bruce it is a monster made of his own grief and loathing towards the world and Banner struggles to free the Professor to confront it.
Appearing in "Fast Lane Part 3: On the Edge"Edit
Synopsis for "Fast Lane Part 3: On the Edge"Edit
- Sequence 1 Snake Eyes: Part 1:
- Pencils (story pages): Garney pages 1-12, 29-39, McKone pages 13-28.
- Inks (story pages): Buscema pages 1-12, 29-39, McKenna pages 13-28.
- This issue is reprinted in other comics and books, see references for more info.
- No trivia.
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