Above is the panel image of Hercules pulling Manhattan Island in "Marvel Team-Up" #28. This was not from an alternate reality or a "What if . . . ?" comic. This occurred in the mainstream Marvel (Earth-616) continuity. This happened.
I notice you keep editing the Hercules Overview page and adding claims that his feat of pulling Manhattan Island in "Marvel Team-Up" #28 isn't legitimate based on "Hulk" #241. The Problem with your edit is that Hercules is shown on panel performing the feat and has never been shown talking, bragging or boasting about it anywhere or anytime since. Additionally, Manhattan Island, once moved by the "city stealers", has never been said or shown to be returned to it's proper place any other way. Finally, and importantly, this feat hasn't been discredited by Marvel itself.
Your claim that "Hulk" #241 confirms Hercules didn't actually perform the feat is false.
In that comic Hercules is mentioned only once and in that instance it's a villainous member of "They-Who-Wield-Power" who speaks of Hercules being involved in one their plots and then stating Hercules later "boasted of his feat in more grandiose terms." Nowhere does this comic specifically state nor does it at all show that Hercules did not perform this feat as shown in "Marvel Team Up" #128. The villain's statement certainly doesn't prove Hercules didn't pull Manhattan Island and it certainly doesn't show Manhattan Island being returned to it's proper place by some other means. This comic does not discredit of disprove this feat of Hercules. Here is the only panel Hercules is mentioned in:
The above panel certainly isn't confirmation that Hercules didn't pull Manhattan Island, it merely mentions the part where Hercules absorbed the earthquake and describes his subsequent descriptions (though he's never been shown mentioning or describing any of these events) as grandiose boasts. This source you cite doesn't directly or indirectly do away with Hercules' Manhattan Island pulling feat.
That said, it seems clear that you are adamant about putting a negative twist on Hercules concerning this feat. I don't know why that would be. Do you dislike the character? Do you feel he gets treated better than another character you feel is more deserving of good treatment? Do you feel this feat is too ridiculous? Do you feel you have to live up to the "Loki" part of your username by creating mischief and discord regarding this character? Is there some other reason?
Whatever the reason you have for insisting this feat did not happen as shown, I think, in the interest of fairness and accuracy, you should refrain from constantly re-editing the Hercules overview page to reflect your own unproven account of the feat. If this is the kind of wiki writing and/or editing you usually do, then I wonder how much of your huge volume of wiki writing and editing her on the Vine is inaccurate or tainted by your personal bias.