I still think General Ross is an unlikely candidate. He wouldn't have rushed off, changed into military fatigues then changed back into black trousers in time to confront Iron Man just seconds later. The Glenn Talbot theory does have a lot of weight though. He too would have motivation for murdering the Abomination as he was responsible for the death of his former wife. Not sure why he'd have a mad on against Rick (I'm not all that up on Hulk continuity) but I find it more likely that Glenn would bear a grudge against him for some reason.
I'm still favouring the Betty theory though-- it would be one of the most gonzo and mind-blowing revelations in comics ever! Glenn Talbot feels a bit too obvious.
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: 3) In the Wendigo story, Red Hulk mentions
: says 'where I come from, we don't tolerate
: mistakes'. Sound anything like a military
: background to you? It could be General Ross
: I suppose...except that it can't be General
: Ross. he's seen injured and fully clothed
: during the attack on the helicarrier.
: You don't think Ross has time to change into
: a fresh pair of clothes and fake his injury?
: We've never seen Ross or the Red Hulk
: together in the same panel. Also, take a
: good look at the silhouette of the
: "human" alter ego of the Red Hulk
: on the cover of Hulk #1. Looks a lot like
: Ross to me. If it is Ross, that may explain
: why Bruce's dialogue with the general was
: withheld---because it would reveal crucial
: evidence about the Red Hulk's identity. It
: could be that Bruce figured out RH is Betty,
: but what about her father?
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