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universe = [[Marvel Universe]]
universe = [[Marvel Universe]]
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| location = Mobile
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| location = Formerly Mobile
| creator = [[Mad Thinker]]
| creator = [[Mad Thinker]]
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| owner = [[Intelligencia]]   
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| owner = Formerly [[Intelligencia]]   
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| features = Since the Hellcarrier is reappropriated [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]] hardware, it presumably has all of the standard tools that particular organization had at its disposal, plus it can be assumed the Mad Thinker has added some diabolical upgrades which have yet to be revealed.     
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| features = Since the Hellcarrier was reappropriated [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]] hardware, it presumably had all of the standard tools that particular organization had at its disposal, plus it could be assumed the Mad Thinker had added some diabolical upgrades which have yet to be revealed.     
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| powers = The Hellcarrier most likely utilizes some, if not all, of the same weaponry previously installed in it. Any other modifications are unrevealed.   
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| powers = The Hellcarrier most likely utilized some, if not all, of the same weaponry previously installed in it. Any other modifications are unrevealed.   
| debut = Fall of the Hulks: The Savage She-Hulks #1 (2010)   
| debut = Fall of the Hulks: The Savage She-Hulks #1 (2010)   
| significant_issues = Lyra is taken on board the Hellcarrier and finds the body of the She-Hulk (Fall of the Hulks: The Savage She-Hulks #1, 2010); Red Hulk and Banner attack the Hellcarrier with disastrous results (Incredible Hulk #608, Red Hulk #21, 2010)   
| significant_issues = Lyra is taken on board the Hellcarrier and finds the body of the She-Hulk (Fall of the Hulks: The Savage She-Hulks #1, 2010); Red Hulk and Banner attack the Hellcarrier with disastrous results (Incredible Hulk #608, Red Hulk #21, 2010)   
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object_text= Taking [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]] hardware and recreating it into something far more sinister, the [[Mad Thinker]] has dubbed the main base of the [[Intelligencia]] the Hellcarrier. The massive flying craft is still a work in progress, but once finished, it will no doubt be as deadly as those in command of it.
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object_text= Taking [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]] hardware and recreating it into something far more sinister, the [[Mad Thinker]] had dubbed the main base of the [[Intelligencia]] the Hellcarrier. The massive flying craft was still a work in progress, but once finished, it would no doubt be as deadly as those in command of it.
After the [[Frightful Four]] kidnapped [[Mister Fantastic]] from his home in the [[Baxter Building]], the [[Wizard]] took his team, along with his newest recruit [[Lyra]], back to the Hellcarrier. Once she felt those on board trusted her enough to let her roam free, Lyra searched the ship and found the target of her obsession ever since she went missing. The [[She-Hulk]] was floating unconscious in a tank, but what the Intelligencia planned to do with her remained a mystery.
After the [[Frightful Four]] kidnapped [[Mister Fantastic]] from his home in the [[Baxter Building]], the [[Wizard]] took his team, along with his newest recruit [[Lyra]], back to the Hellcarrier. Once she felt those on board trusted her enough to let her roam free, Lyra searched the ship and found the target of her obsession ever since she went missing. The [[She-Hulk]] was floating unconscious in a tank, but what the Intelligencia planned to do with her remained a mystery.
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When both [[Hulk (Bruce Banner)|Bruce Banner]] and the [[Red Hulk]] assaulted the Hellcarrier, She-Hulk's body went missing, and Lyra proved to be an ally instead of a true agent of the Intelligencia. Members of the [[Avengers]], [[Fantastic Four]] and the [[X-Men]] also infiltrated the craft but were trapped by the [[Trapster]]. Banner was in the process of releasing the captured geniuses when [[Red She-Hulk]] attacked, and Red Hulk was about to foil the Intelligencia's plan before falling to the combined might of the [[Gammadroid]], [[M.O.D.O.K.]], and [[Hulk (Cosmos Automation)|Cosmic Hulk]].  
When both [[Hulk (Bruce Banner)|Bruce Banner]] and the [[Red Hulk]] assaulted the Hellcarrier, She-Hulk's body went missing, and Lyra proved to be an ally instead of a true agent of the Intelligencia. Members of the [[Avengers]], [[Fantastic Four]] and the [[X-Men]] also infiltrated the craft but were trapped by the [[Trapster]]. Banner was in the process of releasing the captured geniuses when [[Red She-Hulk]] attacked, and Red Hulk was about to foil the Intelligencia's plan before falling to the combined might of the [[Gammadroid]], [[M.O.D.O.K.]], and [[Hulk (Cosmos Automation)|Cosmic Hulk]].  
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Somehow, Banner was outsmarted and Red Hulk was out powered, and even having [[Deadpool]] as a plan B proved fruitless. The Intelligencia activated their final stroke, leaving Banner a helpless prisoner and Red Hulk alone against an army of Hulks – including the heroes previously backing him up. Helpless on board the Hellcarrier, the Red Hulk had to admit the Intelligencia had finally won.  
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Somehow, Banner was outsmarted and Red Hulk was out powered, and even having [[Deadpool]] as a plan B proved fruitless. The Intelligencia activated their final stroke, leaving Banner a helpless prisoner and Red Hulk alone against an army of Hulks – including the heroes previously backing him up. Helpless on board the Hellcarrier, the Red Hulk had to admit the Intelligencia had finally won.
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The Hellcarrier became the Hulks last stand, and Banner was not going to let the opportunity pass him by. He used the tech on the craft to undo the damage the Intelligencia had done. Banner "plugged" himself into the machine and drew all of the stolen gamma radiation into himself. The cost was high as [[Doc Samson|Samson]] gave his life to help Banner, and Banner gave up his humanity to become the Hulk once more. The ship could not handle the strain and crashed into the ground below with Hulk still on board. All others managed to evacuate in time.   
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Current revision as of 08:06, 26 September 2010

 

Universe
Marvel Universe

Location
Formerly Mobile

Creator
Mad Thinker

Owner
Formerly Intelligencia

Taking S.H.I.E.L.D. hardware and recreating it into something far more sinister, the Mad Thinker had dubbed the main base of the Intelligencia the Hellcarrier. The massive flying craft was still a work in progress, but once finished, it would no doubt be as deadly as those in command of it.

After the Frightful Four kidnapped Mister Fantastic from his home in the Baxter Building, the Wizard took his team, along with his newest recruit Lyra, back to the Hellcarrier. Once she felt those on board trusted her enough to let her roam free, Lyra searched the ship and found the target of her obsession ever since she went missing. The She-Hulk was floating unconscious in a tank, but what the Intelligencia planned to do with her remained a mystery.

When both Bruce Banner and the Red Hulk assaulted the Hellcarrier, She-Hulk's body went missing, and Lyra proved to be an ally instead of a true agent of the Intelligencia. Members of the Avengers, Fantastic Four and the X-Men also infiltrated the craft but were trapped by the Trapster. Banner was in the process of releasing the captured geniuses when Red She-Hulk attacked, and Red Hulk was about to foil the Intelligencia's plan before falling to the combined might of the Gammadroid, M.O.D.O.K., and Cosmic Hulk.

Somehow, Banner was outsmarted and Red Hulk was out powered, and even having Deadpool as a plan B proved fruitless. The Intelligencia activated their final stroke, leaving Banner a helpless prisoner and Red Hulk alone against an army of Hulks – including the heroes previously backing him up. Helpless on board the Hellcarrier, the Red Hulk had to admit the Intelligencia had finally won.

The Hellcarrier became the Hulks last stand, and Banner was not going to let the opportunity pass him by. He used the tech on the craft to undo the damage the Intelligencia had done. Banner "plugged" himself into the machine and drew all of the stolen gamma radiation into himself. The cost was high as Samson gave his life to help Banner, and Banner gave up his humanity to become the Hulk once more. The ship could not handle the strain and crashed into the ground below with Hulk still on board. All others managed to evacuate in time.


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