Appearing in "Undone"Edit

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Solicit Synopsis:Edit

From the day the HULK was born in nuclear fire, he's always insisted he just wants to be left alone. But for the past three years, Bruce Banner has taken the opposite path, forging deep new bonds and building a super-powered family of Incredible Hulks. Now the abiding wisdom or terrible folly of that course of action will be revealed as the Green Goliath leads the Incredible Hulks in the final battle to stop his insane son HIRO-KALA from destroying two planets. Today the DARK SON saga comes to a shocking conclusion -- and a Hulk will fall! PLUS: All-new backup stories featuring the Hulk’s gamma-powered allies!

Appearing in "She-Hulk: Judge of Character"Edit

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  • She-Hulk recounts how Armadillo broke out of the Raft not long prior to this story. That happened in New Avengers #1. He had since briefly reformed as seen in Avengers: The Initiative #12, but had since returned to a life of crime.
  • When Armadillo curls up and rolls at the Hulk he calls this move the "Roadkill Slammer". He came up with this name during his short-lived career as a pro-wrestler in the Ultimate Fighting League in Thunderbolts #76.


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  • This issue is reprinted in other comics and books, see references for more info.[2]


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  1. 1.0 1.1 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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