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World War Hulk is a crossover event, by Marvel Comics scheduled to begin in May 2007. It was announced by Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada in 2006 that the Hulk will be the focus of the event. The main events of this story will unfold within the five-issue World War Hulk miniseries by Greg Pak and John Romita Jr. The events in the ongoing PLANET HULK Storyline of The Incredible Hulk series will set up certain elements of World War Hulk.
The story revolves around the Hulk's return to Earth following his exile at the hands of The Illuminati. They have chased the Hulk all over the world. They refused to let him live in peace. They have tried to destroy him at every turn. The puny humans. Now those he once called friends have betrayed him, sending him out to the farthest reaches of space in an attempt to exile him. Mr. Fantastic. Iron Man. Black Bolt. Dr. Strange. And the rest of the puny humans. Hulk is stronger than them. Hulk is stronger than everyone. And he's going to get his revenge. He's never going to stop making them pay. There will be a war. World War Hulk.
Within the midst of Civil War, Reed Richards learned from a brief conversation with Mastermind Excello that the Hulk isn't on the planet where the Illuminati sent him. After a conversation over the good the Hulk has done for humanity, Reed tells Iron Man of what happened to the Hulk and also states that the Hulk has friends and "may God help us if they find him before we do."
The recently revealed Marvel Summer Solicitations depict Hulk attacking the Inhuman moon capital as his first act of vengeance against the Illuminati. He withstands one of Black Bolt's whispers, which is enough to level buildings. The cover for World War Hulk: X-Men #1 shows Hulk holding a struggling Professor X by his neck, and the cover for Iron Man #19 shows a robotic version of the Iron Man armor being smashed into bits by one of Hulk's uppercuts. This is the dated, "classic" version of the armor. No details have been given on if Hulk will get a chance to fight Mr. Fantastic, Namor and Dr. Strange, however within the pages of the Incredible Hulk ties ins, it turns out that Namor may aid the Hulk in his war. Preview images from IGN show both Iron Man and Black Bolt crossed out under the name "Hulk checklist", with the slogan "Who's next?"
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The Hulk's special brand of smashing begins this May in INCREDIBLE HULK #106, by Pak and popular Hulk artist Gary Frank, and WORLD WAR HULK PROLOGUE: WORLD BREAKER, by writer Peter David (no stranger to the Hulk!) and a cornucopia of amazing artists. Then the real fun begins. June unleashes the core miniseries, WORLD WAR HULK, on an unsuspecting world, and then the first three of four very special companion series will fall into position, ready to strike.
WORLD WAR HULK: X-MEN finds the Marvel's Merry Mutants going toe-to-toe with the Green Goliath, bringing their unique abilities to bear on the problem of a Rampaging Hulk.
WORLD WAR HULK: FRONTLINE will tell the personal tales of the men and women on the perimeter of the struggle, in the same spirit as CIVIL WAR: FRONT LINE. Is it any wonder that Marvel has roped Front Line expert Paul Jenkins into penning the title, aided and abetted by his old foxhole buddy, artist Ramon Bachs?
WORLD WAR HULK: GAMMA CORPS, written by emerald-hued Frank Tieri and illustrated by verdantly pastoral Carlos Ferreira "is about a genetically altered strike force, whose lives have been affected by the Hulk," enthuses Panaccia. "With the events of WORLD WAR HULK, they finally get a chance to give Hulk their own special helping of payback."
Come July, the worldwide battle continues in not only the aforementioned books, but also in WORLD WAR HULK: YOUNG AVENGERS. Confidential information on the tie-in has not yet been declassified, but suffice to say that a certain creative team by the name of Jeph Loeb and David Finch will be putting the already-famous Young Avengers through their paces…and then some!
And the crushing, stomping, and body-slamming doesn't stop there. WORLD WAR HULK's effects will be felt throughout many of the Marvel Universe's ongoing titles, namely INVINCIBLE IRON MAN, GHOST RIDER, HEROES FOR HIRE, AVENGERS: THE INITIATIVE, and IRREDEEMABLE ANT-MAN.
The Hulk editor smiles knowingly. "This is going to be one of the greatest Marvel events ever and you're going to see some of the greatest superhero battles in the past couple of decades!"
Hulk has been exiled, imprisoned, empowered and crowned. Now, he's coming back to Earth and no one is safe.
World War Hulk #1-5
World War Hulk: X-Men #1-3
World War Hulk: Gamma Corps #1-4
World War Hulk: Young Avengers (one-shot)
World War Hulk: Frontline #1-6
Incredible Hulk #106-110
Heroes For Hire #11-14
Iron Man #19-20
Ghost Rider #11-12
Avengers: The Initiative #4-5
Irredeemable Ant-Man #10
In the 2006 storyline PLANET HULK, after the Hulk destroys much of Las Vegas, a secret group of superheroes called the Illuminati trap the Hulk and rocket him into space to live a peaceful existence on a planet uninhabited by intelligent life.
After a trajectory malfunction, the Hulk travels through a wormhole and crashes on the violent planet Sakaar. Weakened by his journey through the wormhole, the Hulk is sold as a slave. In a gladiatorial arena, he makes a deadly enemy when he scars the emperor's face. The Hulk overcomes great odds to become a gladiator, a rebel leader and eventually a king. Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada announced in 2006 that beginning with May 2007 comics, the Hulk will be the focus of the Marvel crossover event WORLD WAR HULK.
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