Yes, I found "some find it dubious" to be insufficient, when "some" are Marvel, and specifically include Mark Gruenwald, Roger Stern and Stan Lee, and where "find it dubious" is "have stated clearly multiple times that it never happened." That's a clear retcon. As for finding what I wrote too one-sided, I simply stated the facts, but Powerherc wants it to include his personal requirements for accepting it, despite requirements such as "they need to explain how Manhattan got restored to its proper place" having already been covered.
And: I've not modified the page since this discussion started, except after discussing it with a moderator. I've only ever stated the evidence, and then made changes requested by a moderator, unlike Powerherc. I've wanted these changes moderated since the outset of this discussion, because it is clear Powerherc won't compromise. I agree that the event was depicted, and did "happen" (in as much as any story in a comic does), but I also recognise that Marvel has subsequently retconned this out of continuity. That's all I ever wanted to have the page reflect, but Powerherc originally wanted it to only include the original version, and now, after overwhelming evidence that there has been a retcon, he's still only willing to go with "but it's not been retconned to my satisfaction, so that retcon doesn't count." That flies in the face of Roger Stern's statement on the panel, which makes it clear that a retcon happened
"Yes, the reference in Incredible Hulk #241 is the explanation for what really happened in Marvel Team-Up #28.
Hercules never towed Manhattan back into place because it had never been torn loose from bedrock. He had, instead, saved the city -- with a little help from Spider-Man's scientific direction -- in the manner revealed in the Hulk story.....
The whole mess was recounted in the Marvel No-Prize Book.
If anyone believed that Marvel Team-Up #28 was the true story ... well ... both Geology and Geography (not to mention, Physics) says they're wrong."