Out of respect for the dead, let’s give it a minute, maybe a minute and a half.
Just in case there’s someone out there not reading the current run of CIVIL WAR II: there might be some gigantic spoilers coming up in today’s Bun Toon.
So avert your eyes and turn away. Everyone else, read about…
I give Marvel a year or less to bring Hulk back, they might even do it before Civil War is finished. War Machine and Black Goliath might be settling in for a few rounds of bridge, though, especially since we now have an All-New Wasp, and an All-New Female Iron Man to worry about for a while as third generation versions of founding Avengers.
Ty the Guy OUT!
It’s hardly the first time someone has killed off the Hulk. Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno did it back in the Eighties.
I maintain that this film is best enjoyed in VHS format, with the tracking bar malfunctioning.
It’s as exciting as that image suggests it is. In the gripping film, Hulk is killed by falling from a helicopter, about a hundred a thirty feet. No need for Hawkeye.
Of course, they kill off versions of Iron Man all the time.
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It’s nice to see things finally changing in the world of comics.
At least we won’t be having this discussion again for another two or three weeks.
TY THE GUY OUT!
Because I have to:
Oh yes, it’s real.
So many important lessons for Lois to learn.
Oddly enough, this comic is not a collector’s item.
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