Ver la Versión Completa : [Duda] Red Hulk

07/09/2008, 19:20

Se sabe quien es ya Red Hulk? Por ahi escuche y vi en un video de Youtube que podria ser Sansom o Samson. A mi me parece que puede ser alguno nuevo de Gamma Corps... o un clon de Hulk? Tambien podria ser Rick Jones?

Crossing the Canadian wilderness, the Red Hulk encounters, and kills, a Wendigo before reaching Russia, where he murders Abomination. Red Hulk is next seen in New York, where he attacks S.H.I.E.L.D. Director Tony Stark, She-Hulk and others investigating Abomination's death. He then erases all files on the Hulk, using a sophisticated computer virus before destroying Stark's newly commissioned Helicarrier. After this, Red Hulk travels to Gamma Base in Death Valley, squaring off against Rick Jones (in his A-Bomb persona) before facing android Harpies and the original Hulk. Thor interrupts the confrontation between the two Hulks. After defeating Thor on the moon, Red Hulk returns to Earth and goes on to cause an earthquake in San Francisco which was dealt with by the Hulk, She-Hulk, A-Bomb, the Avengers and the Fantastic Four.
Powers and equipment

Red Hulk has powers almost identical to those of the original Hulk, including superhuman strength, stamina, and durability, as well as the ability to heal at an accelerated rate. However, the Red Hulk also gives off gamma radiation proportional to his mood, hence the statement, "the madder this Hulk gets, the hotter he gets." He also appears, as of the most current issue of the series, to have strength greater than that of the Green Hulk, though this may actually be more a case of superior combat tactics, as he is currently fighting the savage Green Hulk incarnation. Since his emission of Gamma rays is tied into his anger, it is unknown if like the three Hulk personae of Banner, the Red Hulk also gets stronger as he gets angrier in addition to giving off greater amounts of gamma rays.

Red Hulk has also been shown to use firearms, most notably a S.H.I.E.L.D. issue handgun ergonomically designed for giant hands, which was taken from the armory of the Stark-designed Helicarrier.

Marvel editor Mark Paniccia has described Red Hulk as "absolutely uninhibited, tactically intelligent", while writer Jeph Loeb states "The Red Hulk is the kind of Hulk we haven't seen before — a thinking, calculating, brutal weapon-toting kind of Hulk." To further distance the character away from the original. "Everything the Green Hulk isn't, the Red Hulk is."

WORLD WAR HULK may have ended with an explosion of emerald, but the Aftersmash will have Marvel's most unpredictable force of nature seeing red.

Spinning out of the dramatic finale of WWH, which left Bruce Banner apparently depowered and imprisoned, Rick Jones possibly dead, and other major changes to the status quo solidly in place, the blockbuster creative team of writer Jeph Loeb and artist Ed McGuinness reunite for a smashing new HULK ongoing series starting in January featuring a Hulk of a decidedly different color.

"In the world [HULK] takes place in, people have seen first hand the potential for destruction [during WORLD WAR HULK] and know they can't afford to underestimate the Hulk," lays out the book's editor Mark Paniccia. "But the new Hulk just might be deadlier than they can imagine."

Did he say new Hulk? Loeb's not so sure:

"I'm not sure I'm comfortable saying there's a new Hulk," the writer asserts. "That's not to say there isn't, but we'll have to keep some of that secret for now."

Regardless of whether or not the ruby ruffian starring in HULK goes by a familiar name or a new one in his private life, he'll be facing a new kind of challenge by the end of his first issue: a murder rap.

"There's a murder and it's pretty gruesome," reveals Loeb. "The number one suspect is the Hulk, but that can't be right—or can it? That's how the story opens. Then it gets wilder."

"It's a mystery and a thriller and you'll be surprised and shocked at what this Hulk is willing to do," adds Paniccia. "It's a dark story that pushes the limits on the title we know and love."

Leading the investigation will be a familiar face to Hulk fans: the not so jolly green giant's one-time personal shrink, super-psychiatrist Doc Samson.

"I liked the idea of [Samson] taking his shrink knowledge and applying it as a profiler," says Loeb. "Whether or not anybody else thinks that a good idea, you'll see. Leonard's got some respect issues that will make his story particularly interesting."

Samson won't be the only link to Hulk history as Loeb also promises She-Hulk, General Thunderbolt Ross, S.H.I.E.L.D.—notably Iron Man and Maria Hill—and "a few surprises" will all be present.

But the primary focus remains on the angry looking red dude with the crazy hair.

"This is a being I fear no one will be able to take down," warns Paniccia. "The very fabric of the Marvel Universe is in terrible danger!"

While it certainly sounds as if HULK will give Marvel's heroes plenty to fear, one thing fans need not worry about will be waiting for answers.

"I can tell you that everything started in issue #1 will be answered by #6, and a lot before then," vows Loeb. "One thing I've learned [working on] 'Heroes' is that your audience wants the answers and wants them now. And if not now, soon. So it will be soon."

HULK #1 smashes into all places comics are sold on January 2nd, 2008.


Rick Jones descartado por ser A-Bomb... Doc Samson tambien porque estaba con Ross...

02/10/2008, 02:06
algun clon loco de bruce?

02/10/2008, 19:31
Puede ser, ahora que veo tengo k rebuscar el proximo numero de Hulk a ver como kedo el combate entre hulks :P