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Appearing in "Chapter One: Earth"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Incredible Hulks #612.

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  • Florida Police

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  • Betty's wedding ring (Destruction)
  • Bannertech Energy Shield

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  • Hulk family RV

Synopsis for "Chapter One: Earth"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Incredible Hulks #612.

In the aftermath of the Leader's attempted coup, the Hulk family, composed of Skaar, Korg, A-Bomb, Hulk, She-Hulk, Savage She-Hulk, and Red She-Hulk have gone into seclusion, ignoring the attempts of the government to bring them out of hiding. Meanwhile, Betty is having a hard time to cope with being cryogenically frozen, brainwashed, turned into a Hulk, being brainwashed, and ordered to murder her father and husband. Bruce walks up to her, preparing her wedding ring. However, Betty states that they are no longer married since she was declared legally dead and everyone else knows that Bruce had married Caiera on Sakaar. He tries telling her that everything will be alright, working up to slipping the ring on her finger and telling her that he loves her, only to have her worked up and transform into Red She-Hulk.

Three minutes later and five miles away, Red She-Hulk goes jumping pass a police car. Bruce quickly jams his transmissions to prevent being discovered. Jennifer offers to go and talk to Betty, but Bruce insists on handling this on his own. He tries getting through to her, even though he had to dodge all the rubble she threw at him. Betty is intending on giving him the feeling of she felt all those years ago when the Hulk rampaged. Ultimately, he transforms into the Hulk.

As soon as the others drive up, Betty leaps far away, taunting the Hulk into chasing her. Nearby, a frightened Skaar apologizes to his father. But the Hulk isn't concerned, knowing that in a Hulk family, something was bound to be broken, as he holds Betty's broken ring in his hand.

Appearing in "Chapter Two: K'ai"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Incredible Hulks #612.

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Synopsis for "Chapter Two: K'ai"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Incredible Hulks #612.

Hiro-Kala has used the Worldmind to heal the planet. The K'aians look to him for guidance, as he is the Son of Hulk, even though K'ai has no sun to speak of. From afar, dissidents attempt to convince Axeman Bone to take up arms against Hiro-Kala, but he argues that the Son of Hulk controls the ships that are pulling K'ai. But they don't listen to him and attempt to attack. Axeman Bone urges them to stop, for though Hiro-Kala is not the savior they want, he's the one they need. In response to this attack, Hiro-Kala summons the War-Mind to deal with them. He then heads to the K'aitian Worldmind. His powers are fading, which allows Axeman Bone to free himself from his chains easily. The K'aitan Worldmind reminds him that it's his own fault, for he is dragging K'ai into the freezing void. He could stop them if he turned things around or take back the Old Power.

Hiro-Kala refuses, stating the Old Power must be destroyed. Confused, the Worldmind drags Hiro-Kala into his old memories from his stillborn, when he and his twin brother Skaar were both in the womb of their mother Caiera the Shadow Queen, guarded and warmed by she and their father, the Green Scar. When the ship that brought the Hulk to Sakaar exploded, the brothers were separated as their mother died. Alone, Hiro-Kala was found by a surviving priest, who marked him with the facial markings he bears today. But Hiro-Kala does not care about his memories, not what he has done to destroy the Old Power.

He accesses the K'aitian Worldmind and begins to create lava pits to provide heat for his people. Then suddenly, the K'aitian Worldmind turns on him, using the War-Mind to pull him into the earth, as the K'aitian Worldmind has had enough of Hiro-Kala's unnecessary madness and chaos.

Appearing in "Chapter Three: K'ai"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Incredible Hulks #613.

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  • Air-ships

Synopsis for "Chapter Three: K'ai"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Incredible Hulks #613.

The Worldmind of K'ai has had enough of Hiro-Kala desire to rid the universe of the Old Power. It has Hiro-Kala relive his memories that started from Sakaar to K'ai. It then showed him memories of his father, the Hulk, taming K'ai with Jarella.

A face of Hiro-Kala then emerges from the ground, toppling the statue of the Hulk, before leaking tears that grow flora. But it was a trick, as Hiro-Kala brainwashes the people of K'ai into his slaves. He then elaborates on his plans to destroy another planet: Earth!

Appearing in "Chapter Four: Earth"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Incredible Hulks #613.

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  • Floating air-craft

Synopsis for "Chapter Four: Earth"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Incredible Hulks #613.

All of Earth's smartest geniuses notice that another planet has entered the Solar System.

Meanwhile, in Dry Tortugas, Florida, Skaar senses the approach of his brother, Hiro-Kala, through the Old Power. He rushes off to find his father, who is in the midst of battling against Betty, arguing over certain issues. But their battle endangers Skaar, who was caught in a tidal wave. Betty leaps to save him. Once they are all ashore, they are approached by Steve Rogers and Amadeus Cho.

They explain about the approach of K'ai. Rogers brings down a shuttle, which he explains is for Hulk and his family to help them meet K'ai head on. Hulk presumes this to be a trick, but Cho asserts that he checked for any secret protocols to exile Hulk to space. Rogers tries reasoning with Hulk about the importance of friendship and family, but the response is Hulk smashing his shuttle. Skaar then confides in his father that he has a twin brother, another monster.

Appearing in "Chapter Five: Blast Off"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Incredible Hulks #614.

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Synopsis for "Chapter Five: Blast Off"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Incredible Hulks #614.

A young boy named Harvey is chasing his grandfather's pigeon, which flew off without a reason. He climbs over some rocks to find it hovering around Skaar. Due to birds being dependent on the planet's gravitational field, the pigeon felt an imbalance. Sitting behind Skaar is the Hulk, who advises Harvey to be quiet. Skaar uses the Old Power to sense the approach of his twin brother, Hiro-Kala. Harvey then rushes home to find his grandfather watching the news, detailing the President promise that they will take out the approaching planet K'ai. However, Hiro-Kala shoots rocks from K'ai's surface that intercept the approaching missiles

The scene then cuts to the Hulk smashing his way through countless U.S. shuttles. The Secret Avengers respond to his appearance and manage to subdue him. But in reality, Hulk was prepared, as A-Bomb, She-Hulk, Red She-Hulk, and Korg leap up from the ground. Commander Steve Rogers attempts to talk to Hulk, warning him that his team have Starktech weapons ready to fire on them and send them to the Negative Zone if they don't stand down. Hulk then turns back into Banner, who still rejects Rogers' offer to join forces.

Banner then goes on to explain about his second son, Hiro-Kala and the possibility that the outcome may involve having to kill him or he'll destroy everything. It is then that Skaar raises the Warbound's stone ship that they used for Hulk's war on Earth to allow the other Incredible Hulks to go and take the fight to K'ai , and to Hiro-Kala. Rogers is then on the line with the President, who acknowledges that they may have to rely on The Incredible Hulks for this one.

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