I understand that World War Hulk was consider canon, though I still don't understand a lot of it. Why do people in forums refer to him as "WWH"? Wouldn't it just be "Hulk?" What's the difference? Was Hulk powered by something that he isn't anymore or something?
If World War Hulk was canon?
@stormphoenix: Canonical. Look that word up on google.
Basically when people refer to a canon, they're talking about whats happened on the same timeline with other things. Examples:
Nolan's Batman films are part of a different canon than Burton's.
Every time Marvel publishes a "What if?" it's starts a new line of "canon" separate that the main universe/story.
Stories like The Dark Knight Returns and Superman: Red Son have different "canons" than the main/regular/monthly stories being told about Batman and Superman.
Hope this helps :)
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