Incredible Hulk (2000) #24

Incredible Hulk (2000) #24



Bruce Banner finds himself thinking about dead wife, Betty Ross, once again. This time, he writes her a letter on his computer at the suggestion of Doc Samson. Banner begins to talk about his abusive childhood. That while his father beat him, his mother always loved him for who he was and was so patient. His father, on the other hand, was associated with so much screaming and crying. Bruce thinks that's why he retreated into his studies. He then recounts the gamma bomb explosion that turned him into the Hulk. Bruce then begins to talk about his relationship with Betty, who he fell in love with her from the moment he saw her because she reminded him so much about his mother. After the two had begun dating and eventually got married, Bruce used to wake up in the morning and watch her sleep, afraid that one day he would wake up and she would be gone.


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