I'm talking about episode "Man to Man, Beast to Beast". Both Bruce and Walter want to cure themselves of their monstrous forms, Hulk and Sasquatch respectively. So they lock themselves in the pods and start the experiment. Suddenly, something goes wrong - the machine's power starts surging. Bruce starts panicking and yells at Walter to wake up and stop the experiment. However, it is too late. Then, a young boy, Taylor, appears. Bruce orders him to escape and suddenly changes into Hulk. Hulk then smashes equipment and Walter turns into Sasquatch. Before two giants fight Sasquatch claims that his change is irreversible, meaning that he will never change back into Walter again. But, as subsequent episodes reveal, Bruce's change into Hulk wasn't permanent after this experiment failed. Can you explain me why Walter remained Sasquatch forever while Hulk still could change back into Bruce?
You mean besides the fact that the producers didn't want to permanently end Bruce and just have Hulk? In his early appearances, Langkowski could transform back and forth at will. This aspect could have just not been shown on X-Men and Hulk and Sasquatch merely had his conclusion wrong. The comics also said that Langkowsi's experiment opened a hole to the Realm of Great Beasts and his body was invaded with Tanaraq who is the one that really gives him his powers. The experiment on the show could have affected Tanaraq's relationship with Langkowski and since Bruce has no connection to the Realm he was unaffected. The best in-series explanation would be that the experiment simply affected each man differently.
But why in "Fantastic Fortitude" Hulk punched Thing after Rick was saved from angry crocodiles? I thought that Hulk and Thing made amends at the end of "Nightmare in Green". The scene where Hulk punches Thing is my favorite in the whole episode but I am slightly confused. Did Hulk still consider Thing as his enemy after the events of Nightmare in Green?
In the comics, Hulk and Thing continue fighting for whatever reason despite whatever resolution they came to after their last bout. Fighting again is probably a reference to that. As far as in-universe, Hulk is never presented as particularly intelligent and often makes decisions in the heat of the moment. He probably wasn't thinking clearly when he hit Thing.
If you're referring to the "Now Comes the Sub-Mariner" image, humor is one thing but saying someone should be fired comes off as mean. Sarcasm is a tone of voice and doesn't come across in text, like on the Internet.
You're missing the point that real world information does not go in the Relationships section. Regardless of how true it is, you continually put it in the wrong place even after I specified so in the edit summary.
Xavier's vision of the future is just one possible future. The future is always changing. Just note Days of Future Past, Age of Apocalypse, Forever Yesterday, Age of Ultron, and Other-Earth just to name a few. The Rogue seen at the end of X-Men: Evolution seems more interested in Gambit than Cyclops. Information about the future vision and who she may or may not be attracted to would go in an Alternate Versions section.
In "Darkness and Light, Part One" Talbot sabotaged this experiment and destroyed stasis generator with his laser gun. This caused the whole operation to be incomplete and almost killed both Bruce and Hulk in the process. If Talbot didn't appear in this scene and experiment was fully successful, would Hulk also become a mindless monster?
Thanks. I believe that in this series they also cannot live without one another. I just think that Talbot's interference caused experiment to be partially unsuccessful and it caused Hulk to become raging, mindless beast. But Talbot's interference had nothing to do with Bruce and Hulk dying. Even if Talbot did nothing to the experiment, Bruce and Hulk would start dying anyway as a result of being separated from each other.
Please, reply to me because I have an important info for "Darkness and Light, Part Three". Namely, I noticed some mistakes/plot holes. First, Bruce and Betty's wedding occurs the same day Betty makes decision to marry Bruce. In reality, it would take several weeks or even months to prepare wedding. It can't be done within one day. Also, how could General Ross mistake Rick-Hulk for real Hulk? Rick-Hulk looks completely different, namely, he has different face, much longer hair, not to mention different clothing. Can you correct this page? I noticed that you always correct my edits and I am thankful for this. But please, can you improve the page "Darkness and Light, Part Three"? And please, answer to my message.
If you have questions or concerns about a particular page you should say so on the relevant talk page, which is open to everyone, rather than a single user's message page. Someone else might have relevant input.
I do have a life of my own so I pick and choose what to reply to. You're earlier comments didn't seem that pressing beyond looking for acknowledgement.
Betty and Bruce's wedding wouldn't be a mistake. Quickie weddings are a major staple of Nevada, particularly Las Vegas. All those references in films (The Hangover) and television (Friends) are based on reality. And, as I noted to you before, we don't know the status of their relationship before the Gamma Reactor accident. They may have been planning a wedding when Hulk came along.
Ross mistaking Rick for Hulk isn't necessarily a mistake either. At the time of the accident, there were only three notable green mutated people: Hulk, She-Hulk, and Abomination. No one would mistake She-Hulk for her cousin and Abomination has a distinctly inhuman face. That means if anyone saw a giant green guy they would narrow it down to only Hulk. Plus, Ross isn't expecting Rick to suddenly become Hulk. And in the heat of battle he probably wouldn't look too closely at facial features.
Here is an interview John Semper did with drg4.com. In the interview Semper says that it pissed him off that Fox wouldn't let him use the Hulk. Apparently Hulk was briefly considered to appear in Secret Wars but the Fox axed the idea.