Yet, the Hulk pills barely helped, so again why so much fussing? Not to mention the Korean revolution army had a handful of Giant Men and so did the Vampires, why no hate?!I read about Fury, Punisher, and Hawkeye to see how they beat the bad guy, not to see how Hulk beats the bad guy.
Yes i can say about that, because then even new weapons would be created to go up againts the Hulk army. It's ridicilous how the Giant Man serum is somehow acceptable in mass production but the Hulk is ruled out. Why?!?!?No, you can't say that about any weapon. Guns and bombs, for instance, obviously don't put the arms race to an end. But with the Hulk pill, ever American could be Hulked out - and stable - and that kind of kills the whole thing. That's what Ultimates Annual #1 was all about, just exchange the Hulk pill with the SSS.
The serum had his blood, but i don't see your argument? Frank became insane because of Vietnam, it had absolutely nothing to do with the serum, he saw what happened in Vietnam and chose to hate America.And I believe what the villagers were taking was actually his blood, not a standalone serum, but I could be wrong about that.
He's still the Man out of Time, he's still the man with all these virtues, he's the hero who saves the world for a day job, i mean, Punisher was the "Captain America" of the Avengers, you had two sides of the same coin, but that doesn't make either character weaker.And the point still stands, mass production of the SSS minimizes Steve Rogers character. The point has always been that there is something special about him; he's the only one it works on. Despite being "just some kid from Brooklyn," he's the one who can overcome the serum's flaws and be the World's Greatest Hero. What makes him special if every marine also gets to be a super soldier?