Appearing in "Dear Betty..."Edit
- Betty Ross (Corpse)
Synopsis for "Dear Betty..."Edit
Bruce Banner writes a letter to his beloved wife, Betty Banner, in hopes of obtaining closure in regards to her death. Meanwhile, Emil Blonsky (aka the Abomination), is seen teaching an English class at a library. Both Banner and Blonsky detail their own respective origins. Bruce confronts Leonard Samson about the merged Hulk, (aka the Professor), and Samson justifies lieing to Bruce in terms of Banner's mind being in control of the Hulk. Banner also tells Samson that the Professor forgave Emil, yet Banner has not. Emil is shown phoning his wife, Nadia, and is unable to talk to her. She thinks it is a stalker. General Thaddeus E. "Thunderbolt" Ross shows Bruce that Betty is not buried, but her body was held in stasis in a secret chamber. General Ross manipulates Banner into changing into the Hulk to obtain revenge for Betty's death. The Hulk leaps out of the stasis chamber and goes to confront the Abomination.
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