Appearing in "The Assassination of Matt Murdock"Edit
- The Hand (First appearance)
- Kingpin (Wilson Fisk)
- Alphonse de Chanteaux (Only appearance; dies)
- Ms. Lavender
- Ben Urich
- Betsy Beatty
- New York City Police Deparment
- Mitch (First appearance)
Synopsis for "The Assassination of Matt Murdock"Edit
Kingpin secretly hires the Hand to take out Matt Murdock, but Elektra and Gladiator get in the way; When the Hand blows up his law office, DD loses his radar sense due to the blast.
Appearing in "Victory!"Edit
- Psylocke (Betsy Braddock)
- Lockdown (Jomo Kimanye)
- Rosetta (Rosetta Stone)
- Fantastic Four
- Deadpool (Wade Wilson)
- Beast (Hank McCoy)
- Power Man (Luke Cage)
Synopsis for "Victory!"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in "No More the Monster!"Edit
- Fantastic Four
- Doc Savage (Mentioned)
- Murder Module (First appearance)
Synopsis for "No More the Monster!"Edit
Continued from last issue....
Following the capture of the Hulk, Reed Richards and the Fantastic Four are beginning to activate the device that is supposed to cure Bruce Banner of turning into the Hulk. Activating the device, it appears to work and the Hulk is transformed back into Bruce Banner. When Banner revives he refuses to participate in any tests and shows the member of the Fantastic Four that he still can transform into the Hulk, however now he can do so under his own power and still retain his Banner personality and intelligence, however he vows never to be come the Hulk again. After convincing the Fantastic Four to let him leave without further test, Bruce calls Betty to tell her the good news and she flies into New York right away.
The two renew their romance and after spending time together, Bruce proposes to Betty who eagerly accepts. Although they live in relative bliss, Banner is still haunted by the memory of the Hulk and vows to never become that monster again if he can help it.
Meanwhile, back at Gamma Base, General Ross shows Glen Talbot the armies latest invention, a Tripodal Observation Module (aka TOM) a new top secret weapon. They are unaware that the Hulk's old enemy the Leader, wishes to take control of the devices and is speeding toward Gamma Base to carry out that very task. Later, Betty and Bruce are called by General Ross asking Bruce to become the Hulk again in order to defend the the TOM from being stolen. Bruce isn't sure what to do, but decides to go and meet General Ross anyway. At the transport site, General Ross apologizes to Bruce for all the hard times he's given him over the years and consents to Bruce marrying Betty. Bruce decides to go along with the convoy and is willing to employ his powers if need be.
As the convoy rolls, the Leader attacks in a specially made jet, and uses his superior mind powers to levitate the TOM and the truck that is carrying it up into the sky. When the truck breaks free of the trailer and begins to plummet to the Earth, Bruce changes into the Hulk and saves the driver, then continues after the Leader.
Entering the nearby woods, the Hulk is attacked by the Leader who has activated and is now piloting the TOM. As the battle progresses the Hulk loses his temper and smashes the TOM and grabs the leader. However, before Bruce can crush the Leader, he realizes that he's lost control and panics allowing the Leader to struggle free and escape. Bruce then changes back to his human form and laments over the fact that he almost killed someone, and vows never to become the Hulk again, not even if his life depends on it.
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- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks