: What did I say when they showed the first
: cover of the Rulk and we saw the outline of
: his humanoid form? I said I thought it was
: General Ross. Jeff Loeb did a lot of
: misdirection to make it appear that Ross
: COULDN'T be Rulk, and so many of us began to
: think it was Glenn Talbot. I think Rulk's
: apparent youth threw us all off---we really
: should have known better.
: I'd like to take credit for correctly
: guessing She-Rulk was Betty, but let's be
: honest---there wasn't that many possible
: female candidates to pick from. Well I
: should say female candidates who have had a
: strong emotional connection with Bruce since
: we never ruled out whats-her-name---(Maria
: Hll?) the female SHIELD agent who has been
: on this case from the very beginning.
: Now I guess I need to buy the comic!
: --Previous Message--
: Yep. Pegged them both although how many
: as T-Bolt died? I believe that it's been
: twice already including one years ago when
: PAD wrote the series. I could be wrong on
: that timeline though.
: --Previous Message--
: Betty and General Ross.
: So, yes - I think pretty much everyone
: called Betty.
: I think a fair few people got General Ross
: too - despite the fact he was seen with Rulk
: and then KILLED by him... guess it was one
: of those LMDs that seem to run around the
: Marvel universe.
: So, there you go.
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