Iron Man trusts One Avenger to survive brutal Hulk attack
Iron Man is not concerned when one of his fellow Avengers is thrown across town by Hulk in a new preview for Marvel’s Immortal Hulk.
Warning! Spoilers for The Immortal Hulk # 47 by Marvel Comics below.
Iron Man isn’t too worried that one of his Avengers teammates will get thrown halfway through New Jersey, even though Captain America is. the Immortal Hulk was faced with the Avengers, who were called into action under threat of a potential attack from their former ally. In glimpses of the ensuing battle, the Hulk throws Blade across town, which doesn’t worry Tony Stark so much.
The Avengers were called to New Jersey by Gamma Flight after the Hulk completely wiped out the U-Foes after coming back from the dead stronger than ever. Evil government agent Henry Gyrich panicked after seeing his gamma team get defeated so easily and decided to bring in the big guns. In Immortal Hulk # 46, The Hulk fought Thor and the rest of the Avengers, while his mutated wife, the Red Harpy landed to aid her husband against his old friends. The two Gamma Mutates team up to take on seven Avengers, and the glimpses of their upcoming battle start off on a high.
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In previews of The Immortal Hulk # 47 by Al Ewing, Joe Bennett, Ruy Jose, Paul Mounts, Belardino Brabo and Cory Petit, an emergency alert is created for the Hulk’s attack, as those in the vicinity are evacuated due to the “monster” and his rage. Blade appears particularly angry in the Avenger’s battle against the Jade Giant as he accuses him of being a vampire due to his ability to rise from the dead. The Hulk responds by asking him if he can transform into a bat, when Blade says no he throws him halfway through town.
Considering Blade’s healing factor, Iron Man isn’t too concerned when Captain America asks for his help in rounding up the Vampire Hunter. He tells Steve Rogers, “Blade is strong enough to survive the fall, Cap–” before he tells him to make sure he survives. Iron Man tells his Blade team wouldn’t like to be saved and that going their separate ways is exactly what the Hulk wants.
Iron Man is correct in assuming that Blade would likely have survived a long-range blast – after all, he has a healing factor that makes him very difficult to kill. But Captain America is unwilling to test his limits and called on Iron Man to save him, despite Tony Stark’s confidence that his companion Avenger could take the fall. It’s probably best that Captain America leads the fight against the Pontoon because Iron man’s the trust, while well-intentioned, could have got his teammate killed. The Immortal Hulk Issue 47 is in comic book stores this Wednesday.
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