(issue 606 Incredible Hulk), anyway in Issue 1 of Red Hulk( was reading the preview on Marvelous.com), Red-Hulk and A-Bomb both come across what appears to be Modok in some underground base in a glass case don't know where, A-Bomb startled by this thinks is really Modok, Red Hulk tells A-bomb that its a Modok Clone, Modok for whatever reason makes them ,then severs connections when done, I think that the She-Hulk that was killed by Red She-Hulk is probably a clone, and the real She-Hulk is like everyone says locked up somewhere, and in Fall of the Hulks Gamma, shows Red-Hulk killed Ross, or might be a clone of Ross that the Red-Hulk killed, because the real Ross is actually the Red-Hulk..Maybe dont really know this for sure, because its just a preview of Red-Hulk 1..But maybe all this makes sense..Maybe
: Sorry, my bad I mis-interpreted a few bits,
: which led to that conclusion (plus there are
: quite a few running around). Now that I
: think about it when do LMD's bleed. After
: re-reading it, that was the real Jen. Still
: again she will be back.
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: I was just wondering where you read or heard
: she was probably a LMD, and besides I really
: don't think Red-She Hulk could take on
: She-Hulk like she did in this issue, shes
: fought more powerful people than Red
: She-Hulk, and is way more powerful than Red
: She-Hulk even when Red She-Hulk is
: powerful..., does anybody have any idea who
: Red She-Hulk ?, I don't think she is Betty
: though.....--Previous Message--
: I hope this is true !
: --Previous Message--
: I read this. That is not Jen (LMD or
: similar), it was a scenario based on an
: attempt to escape Jen has made, to test the
: Red She-Hulk (she probably thought it was
: real)to see if she could cope with a real
: threat. Jen is not dead just locked up
: As for Jen being the Red She-Hulk, I don't
: think so. If the Intel was going to
: brainwash Jen, I think they would of left
: her fighting skills. Judging from that fight
: if Red was Jen she would have matched blow
: for blow with her green self. Which Red did
: So basically the fight was a what if.
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: Jen beats up the AIM goons and says she's
: leaving. A door opens (cue in dramatic
: music) and Reh She-Hulk emerges, saying
: there's a problem with that scenario and
: that she's that problem. Jen sidesteps her
: bull charge and ground slam, knee-kicks her
: in the midsection and knocks her to the
: wall, whereby Red's berserker rage takes
: over and she batters Jen and then breaks off
: a section of coollant pipe to twist around
: Jen's neck twice and than snap it tight.
: Jen's eyes are rolled up, green blood is
: gushing from her mouth and nostrils. Red
: says "Who's next?" I still don't
: believe a pipe made of standard material or
: even a reinforced allow, even with the force
: exerted on it by Red, can actually kill Jen.
: That snapping sound doesn't necessarily mean
: her neck was snapped clean and through. And
: as others mentioned, what about her healing
: My concern now is that in the custody of the
: Intelligencia, they have all the opportunity
: to brainwash her, unless she has some mental
: defenses they can't bypass.
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