Betty Ross

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Unknown to anyone, Betty was actually placed in cryogenic suspension by her father until he found find someone that could cure her of the cancer. This saw him turn to the Leader and his allies among the [[Intelligencia (Marvel)|Intelligencia]] who transformed her into the '''Red She-Hulk''' where they stripped her of her free will and turned her into their agent. (Incredible Hulk v1 #610)
  
 
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After being turned human again, the Order of the Shield stopped responding to her attempts at contacting them and she was no longer affiliated with the secret society. (Immortal Hulk v1 #14)
 
After being turned human again, the Order of the Shield stopped responding to her attempts at contacting them and she was no longer affiliated with the secret society. (Immortal Hulk v1 #14)
  
She attended her fathers funeral where she was shown not to had been saddened at his demise and wondered if he was truly dead. After returning home, she was reunited with Bruce where she expressed her anger at him being in hiding as she had mourned him when she believed he had died. During their talk, she was shot in the head by [[Bushwacker (Marvel)|Bushwacker]] who was an operative for '''Shadow Base''' and had defied orders in an attempt to assassinate Banner. In anger, Bruce transformed into the Hulk to avenge her death but was unaware that her body was regenerating as she was among the many gamma-powered beings that had become immortal and resurrected during the night. (Immortal Hulk v1 #14)
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She attended her fathers funeral where she was shown not to had been saddened at his demise and wondered if he was truly dead. After returning home, she was reunited with Bruce where she expressed her anger at him being in hiding as she had mourned him when she believed he had died. During their talk, she was shot in the head by [[Bushwacker (Marvel)|Bushwacker]] who was an operative for '''Shadow Base''' and had defied orders in an attempt to assassinate Banner. In anger, Bruce transformed into the Hulk to avenge her death but was unaware that her body was regenerating as she was among the many gamma-powered beings that had become immortal and resurrected during the night. (Immortal Hulk v1 #14) She was transformed into a new monstrous form that resembled a cross between her as Red She-Hulk and as the Harpy where she was found by '''Jackie McGee''' who was tracking the Hulk. The pair worked to find him where they found a town being isolated by mercenaries working for Shadow Base who had deployed a new version of the Abomination against the Hulk. This Abomination was a twisted monstrous merger between Rick Jones and Emil Blonsky that was made as a living weapon tailored to fight the Hulk who was critically wounded in the fight. After Betty killed the mercenaries, she arrived on the scene but rather than aid the Hulk she tore out his heart and consumed it. (Immortal Hulk v1 #19)
  
 
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Her relationship with her father was noted for being troubled as she noted that he was a difficult man. It was because he expected greatness even from his child and as such he did not tolerate weakness. (Hulk v2 #16)
 
Her relationship with her father was noted for being troubled as she noted that he was a difficult man. It was because he expected greatness even from his child and as such he did not tolerate weakness. (Hulk v2 #16)
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After becoming the Red She-Hulk, she became filled with anger and rage where she enjoyed letting loose. (Incredible Hulk v1 #610)
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:47, 12 June 2019

Betty Ross in Red She-Hulk v1 #58.

Betty Ross is a female comic character that features in Marvel Comics.

Contents

Biography

Origin

Elizabeth Ross

When she was young, she was smoking when she heard her father coming and she attempted to hide the cigarettes behind a radiator. Her father found the pack and she attempted to lie by saying it belonged to a boy. Thaddeus Ross then decided to use this as an opportunity teach his daughter a lesson where he bought a pack of cigarettes that he forced her to smoke in order to weed out the habit as he believed any habit done in excess was weakness. (Hulk v2 #16)

Red She-Hulk

Unknown to anyone, Betty was actually placed in cryogenic suspension by her father until he found find someone that could cure her of the cancer. This saw him turn to the Leader and his allies among the Intelligencia who transformed her into the Red She-Hulk where they stripped her of her free will and turned her into their agent. (Incredible Hulk v1 #610)

Immortal Hulk

After being turned human again, the Order of the Shield stopped responding to her attempts at contacting them and she was no longer affiliated with the secret society. (Immortal Hulk v1 #14)

She attended her fathers funeral where she was shown not to had been saddened at his demise and wondered if he was truly dead. After returning home, she was reunited with Bruce where she expressed her anger at him being in hiding as she had mourned him when she believed he had died. During their talk, she was shot in the head by Bushwacker who was an operative for Shadow Base and had defied orders in an attempt to assassinate Banner. In anger, Bruce transformed into the Hulk to avenge her death but was unaware that her body was regenerating as she was among the many gamma-powered beings that had become immortal and resurrected during the night. (Immortal Hulk v1 #14) She was transformed into a new monstrous form that resembled a cross between her as Red She-Hulk and as the Harpy where she was found by Jackie McGee who was tracking the Hulk. The pair worked to find him where they found a town being isolated by mercenaries working for Shadow Base who had deployed a new version of the Abomination against the Hulk. This Abomination was a twisted monstrous merger between Rick Jones and Emil Blonsky that was made as a living weapon tailored to fight the Hulk who was critically wounded in the fight. After Betty killed the mercenaries, she arrived on the scene but rather than aid the Hulk she tore out his heart and consumed it. (Immortal Hulk v1 #19)

Overview

Personality and attributes

Her relationship with her father was noted for being troubled as she noted that he was a difficult man. It was because he expected greatness even from his child and as such he did not tolerate weakness. (Hulk v2 #16)

After becoming the Red She-Hulk, she became filled with anger and rage where she enjoyed letting loose. (Incredible Hulk v1 #610)

Powers and abilities

Notes

  • Betty Ross was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby where she made her first appearance in the Incredible Hulk v1 #1 (May, 1962).

Alternate Versions

In other media

Television

Films

  • In Hulk, Betty Ross appeared in the 2003 live-action film where she was portrayed by actor Jennifer Connelly who played her as an adult with actor Rhiannon Leigh Wryn portraying her as a child.
  • In Ultimate Avengers, Betty Ross had a supporting role in the direct-to-video animated film where she was voiced by actor Nan McNamara.
  • In Ultimate Avengers 2, Betty Ross had a supporting role in the direct-to-video animated sequel where she was once again voiced by actor Nan McNamara.
  • In The Incredible Hulk, Betty Ross appeared in the 2008 live-action film where she was portrayed by actor Liv Tyler
  • In Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow, an older version of Betty Ross appeared in the animated direct-to-video film where she was voiced by actor Nicole Oliver.
  • In Hulk vs. Thor, Betty Ross made a brief appearance in the animated direct-to-video film where she was once again voiced by actor Nicole Oliver.

Video games

Appearances

  • Incredible Hulk v1:
  • Defenders v1:
  • Red She-Hulk v1: #58
  • Immortal Hulk v1:

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