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'''{{ph}}''' is the seventh animated feature from [[Marvel Animation]] and [[Lions Gate Home Entertainment]]. It was released on February 2nd, 2010 and is the second to focus on the {{C|Hulk|ph}} after {{hv}}. Based on the story by Greg Pak and Carlo Pagulayan, it is the third to adapt a specific comic story after {{dsd}} and {{ua}}. The video was written by [[Greg Johnson]], [[Craig Kyle]], and [[Joshua Fine]] while it was directed by [[Frank Paur]] and [[Sam Liu]]. Writer and producer Kyle later worked with [[Christopher Yost]] to write the [[Marvel Studios]] film ''Thor: Ragnarok'', which features elements from ''Planet Hulk'', set in the [[Marvel Cinematic Universe]].
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The '''{{C|Thanksgiving Day Parade|ssm}}''' is an annual event held on {{C|Thanksgiving Day|ssm}} morning in New York City. The event appeared in {{ssm}} episode {{eps|Nature vs. Nurture}}. It is based on the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, but any trademark reference is omitted making it a generic parade. In real life, {{C|Spider-Man|ssm}} has been a recurring figure of the parade since 1987.
   
Hulk wakes up on a space ship to hear {{C|Iron Man|ph}} of the {{C|Illuminati|ph}} explain that he is a danger to all those around him and they are sending him to a distant planet to be alone. Hulk breaks free and damages the shuttle sending it away from the destination through a {{C|wormhole|ph}}. He lands on {{C|Sakaar|ph}} at the same time a prophet is praying for the {{C|Sakaarson|ph}} to arrive and save them. Hulk is captured by the natives and forced to fight {{C|gladiator|ph}} battles in the {{C|coliseum|ph}} for the amusement of {{C|Red King|ph}} joined by {{C|Korg|ph}}, {{C|Elloe Kaifi|ph}}, {{C|Android|ph}}, {{C|Miek|ph}}, {{C|Hiroim|ph}}, and their leader {{C|Laven Skee|ph}}. They are forced to fight Korg's former {{C|Kronan|ph}} brothers and several are killed. When Hulk refuses to fight, Red King unleashes the dreaded {{C|Great Devil Corker|ph}}, which Hulk kills with a single punch.
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Perhaps the most iconic feature of the parade is the numerous {{C|Parade Balloon|ssm|parade balloons}}. These enormous helium-filled balloons are shaped as characters, animals, and notable figures. They require several people to hold as they can float away causing damage. Numerous groups and organizations, both locals and those from afar, participate in the parade. Numerous high school marching bands come and play songs for the crowds. Even high school football teams and cheerleaders participate.
   
The jade giant tries to attack Red King but his bodyguard {{C|Caiera|ph}} protects him. The two fight but Hulk is forced into submission. At Laven's funeral, the group decide to become {{C|Warbound|ph}} and stick together. Hiroim explains that he was a {{C|Shadow Priesthood|ph|Shadow Priest}} but disagreed that Red King was a hero during the {{C|Spike Wars|ph}}. Korg explains that he and his brothers attacked {{C|Earth|ph}} but were driven away by {{C|Thor|ph}} and {{C|Beta Ray Bill|ph}}. Their next fight is against the {{C|Wildebot|ph}}s and the {{C|Eggbreaker|ph}}, which are again easily destroyed by Hulk. Hulk is damaged and Hiroim notices a plant growing from his blood, part of the Sakaarson prophecy. That night Caiera tries to make a deal with Hulk, who is gaining favor from the people away from Red King. She wants the Warbound to escape with their lives but remain fugitives, but Hulk refuses. She explains that the {{C|Spikes|ph}} devastated their world before then Red Prince and his {{C|Death's Head Guard|ph}}s stopped them saving the planet while rescuing her.
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One year, the students of Midtown Manhattan Magnet High School participated in the parade with the band marching and the football players and cheerleaders carrying a balloon of their mustang mascot. Before it started, {{C|Venom|ssm}} kidnapped {{C|Gwen Stacy|ssm}} in order to hurt {{C|Spider-Man|ssm}} emotionally and physically. Venom webbed her to a gorilla balloon and let her hang so she would slowly drop until she fell to her death. Spider-Man tried to save her but Venom kept him busy. During the fight, the balloon was damaged and began to deflate. Spider-Man saved her while {{C|Mary Jane Watson|ssm}} and {{C|Flash Thompson|ssm}} got the Midtown High students to use the damaged balloon as a safety net catching her. The battle continued and when Venom got the upper hand Spider-Man seemed to give up. He tricked the {{C|symbiote|ssm}} into leaving Eddie Brock then captured it to encase it in drying concrete.
 
The Warbound's final fight is against the captured Beta Ray Bill. He easily overpowers the others, but Hulk quickly overwhelms and nearly kills the hero from {{C|Asgard|ph}}. Red King offers them their freedom if they kill Elloe, who tried to escape. They refuse and Red King tries to have them killed. Beta Ray Bill recovers and uses {{C|Stormbreaker|ph}} to free all the slaves and gladiators on the planet. The Warbound seek refuge in {{C|An-Sara|ph}} while Hulk goes out on his own. Caiera confronts Hulk while the Warbound are betrayed. However, the return of the Spikes forces them to band together. Caiera, Hulk, and the Warbound fight bravely. Unfortunately, Red King reveals that he created the Spikes to attain power and drops a bomb destroying all life in the city. Caiera lives thanks to her Oldstrong powers and the Warbound hid in a cave saving as many civilians as they could. Caiera brings the Warbound and Hulk's body to the capitol to be on display. However, Hulk is alive and fights Red King with Caiera at his side. They infect him with a Spike so that he is killed by his own guards. Hulk and Caiera start a romantic relationship as saviors and rulers of Sakaar.
 
 
Overall, critics felt that ''Planet Hulk'' was one of the best animated features from Marvel. They praised the intense action and beautiful scenery. They pointed out how this Hulk is unlike anything audiences have seen before. Critics pointed out the excellent voice acting and soundtrack, and enjoyed how well the long story was adapted given the time limitations. Though it is generally noted that the movie does not contain quite the rich pathos that the comic series had. Criticisms are usually pointed towards poor video quality on the DVD and special features that don't have anything to do with the movie. The producers had intended to adapt the follow-up story ''World War Hulk'', but when [[The Walt Disney Company]] purchased [[Marvel Entertainment]] their deal with Lions Gate ended and the then-current line of direct-to-video features stopped.
 
   
   
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The Thanksgiving Day Parade is an annual event held on Thanksgiving Day morning in New York City. The event appeared in The Spectacular Spider-Man episode "Nature vs. Nurture". It is based on the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, but any trademark reference is omitted making it a generic parade. In real life, Spider-Man has been a recurring figure of the parade since 1987.

Perhaps the most iconic feature of the parade is the numerous parade balloons. These enormous helium-filled balloons are shaped as characters, animals, and notable figures. They require several people to hold as they can float away causing damage. Numerous groups and organizations, both locals and those from afar, participate in the parade. Numerous high school marching bands come and play songs for the crowds. Even high school football teams and cheerleaders participate.

One year, the students of Midtown Manhattan Magnet High School participated in the parade with the band marching and the football players and cheerleaders carrying a balloon of their mustang mascot. Before it started, Venom kidnapped Gwen Stacy in order to hurt Spider-Man emotionally and physically. Venom webbed her to a gorilla balloon and let her hang so she would slowly drop until she fell to her death. Spider-Man tried to save her but Venom kept him busy. During the fight, the balloon was damaged and began to deflate. Spider-Man saved her while Mary Jane Watson and Flash Thompson got the Midtown High students to use the damaged balloon as a safety net catching her. The battle continued and when Venom got the upper hand Spider-Man seemed to give up. He tricked the symbiote into leaving Eddie Brock then captured it to encase it in drying concrete.


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