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We've come to the Rockies in search of that public menace standing next to you, Wolverine, and we're empowered by congressional authority -- to take the Hulk into custody.
Appearing in "The Great Revolution, part 1"
- Hulk (Dr. Bruce Banner)
- Havok/X-Leader (Alex Summers)
- Wild Child
- Polaris (Lorna Dane)
- Val Cooper
- United States military and scientists (First appearance)
- Major Glenn Talbot
- General Thunderbolt Ross
- The Leader (First appearance)
- Humanoids (First appearance)
- Department H (Mentioned)
- X-Factor's airship
Synopsis for "The Great Revolution, part 1"
- Synopsis not yet written
- Adventures of the X-Men is a continuation of the world set in place by X-Men Adventures Vol 1, Vol 2, and Vol 3, confirmed by the footnote in this issue that said the creators didn't get around to chronicling the first Wolverine/Hulk battle in X-Men Adventures, and by another footnote in Adventures of the X-Men #8 that referred to X-Men Adventures (Vol. 2) #6. Therefore, those adaptations are considered part of Earth-TRN566.
- X-Men Adventures Vol 3 only adapted a portion of X-Men: The Animated Series' third season. While it adapted the Phoenix Saga, it didn't adapt "Cold Comfort", which fully introduced the cartoon's Havok and X-Factor.
- Since Adventures of the X-Men went off in their own direction and ignored part of X-Men season 3 and other subsequent seasons, this meant there were deviations that could not fit into Earth-92131. In this issue, not only are Cyclops and Havok aware that they're brothers, but so do everyone else. This is in opposition to "Cold Comfort," in which Cyclops and Havok just discovered their powers do not affect each other and were not aware of their blood relation.