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| HistoryText = The past history of the Hulk on [[Earth-77105]] is mostly unknown, however it stands to reason that it likely mirrors that of his [[Robert Bruce Banner (Earth-616)|Earth-616 counterpart]] in many ways. In this reality, [[Steven Rogers (Earth-77105)|Captain America]] and [[James Buchanan Barnes (Earth-77105)|Bucky]] remained active through World War II and continued crime fighting until the modern era.
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| HistoryText = The past history of the Hulk on [[Earth-77105]] is mostly unknown, however it stands to reason that it likely mirrors that of his [[Bruce Banner (Earth-616)|Earth-616 counterpart]] in many ways. In this reality, [[Steven Rogers (Earth-77105)|Captain America]] and [[James Buchanan Barnes (Earth-77105)|Bucky]] remained active through World War II and continued crime fighting until the modern era.
   
 
In the Hulk's first recorded appearance in this reality he was seen on a rampage during a time when Bucky (now director of [[Supreme Headquarters International Espionage Law-Enforcement Division (Earth-77105)|SHIELD]]) was visiting with Captain America. The Hulk would easily swat aside the older Cap, and wander off. While the Hulk's appearance was brief, his actions would convince Bucky (now calling himself Buck) that Steve Rogers was too old to keep up being Captain America and convince Steve to trade roles. The Hulk's rampage would also lead to his friend [[Richard Jones (Earth-77105)|Rick Jones]] to becoming the new Bucky{{r|What If? Vol 1 5}}.
 
In the Hulk's first recorded appearance in this reality he was seen on a rampage during a time when Bucky (now director of [[Supreme Headquarters International Espionage Law-Enforcement Division (Earth-77105)|SHIELD]]) was visiting with Captain America. The Hulk would easily swat aside the older Cap, and wander off. While the Hulk's appearance was brief, his actions would convince Bucky (now calling himself Buck) that Steve Rogers was too old to keep up being Captain America and convince Steve to trade roles. The Hulk's rampage would also lead to his friend [[Richard Jones (Earth-77105)|Rick Jones]] to becoming the new Bucky{{r|What If? Vol 1 5}}.

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The past history of the Hulk on Earth-77105 is mostly unknown, however it stands to reason that it likely mirrors that of his Earth-616 counterpart in many ways. In this reality, Captain America and Bucky remained active through World War II and continued crime fighting until the modern era.

In the Hulk's first recorded appearance in this reality he was seen on a rampage during a time when Bucky (now director of SHIELD) was visiting with Captain America. The Hulk would easily swat aside the older Cap, and wander off. While the Hulk's appearance was brief, his actions would convince Bucky (now calling himself Buck) that Steve Rogers was too old to keep up being Captain America and convince Steve to trade roles. The Hulk's rampage would also lead to his friend Rick Jones to becoming the new Bucky[1].

The Hulk's present activities remain unrevealed.

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