The Hulk is easily one of the strongest characters in the Marvel comicbook universe, so when he decided that the Avengers were no longer his friends, but his enemies, this presented a HUGE problem for Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. Not to mention that it’s confirmed that Hulk is, in fact, immortal, he is one difficult guy to put down, as he has grown in both intellect and strength in his new transition into the Immortal Hulk.
Immortal Hulk #7 picks up with the big green guy duking it out with the Avengers, who have split their forces into groups focused on evacuating nearby civilians headed by Captain Marvel and Alpha Flight, as well as Iron Man’s crew trying to put Hulk out of commission without resorting to drastic measures.
Tony Stark and his gang of heroes are outmatched to say the least, even when using his new Hulkbuster armor. After narrowly escaping death at the hands of the Hulk, Stark decides that it’s time to call in the big guns, which just so happens to be a weapon of mass destruction.
Captain Marvel and the others try to talk him out of it while She-Hulk goes on the rampage against Banner, but it looks like they’re all running out of options very quickly. Sooner or later somebody is going to wind up dead.