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Comic Book: Incredible Hulk (1968 series)

What This Book is About:
The longest Hulk volume to date continued the numbering from the Hulk's previous book, Tales to Astonish (where he shared the book with other characters like Ant Man or the Sub-Mariner). This volume is creatively speaking, perhaps the richest of them all, including the work of top creators like Sal Buscema, Dale Keown, Gary Frank, Herb Trimpe, Lein Wein, Bill Mantlo and Peter David.

Data Sheet:
Dates
Apr 1968 to Mar 1999
1968
N/A

Characters most frequently found in this comic book:
In order of appearances.

Betty Ross
Betty Ross

(Elizabeth Ross)
Hulk
Hulk

(Bruce Banner)
Thunderbolt Ross
Thunderbolt Ross

(Thaddeus Ross)
Doc Samson
Doc Samson

(Leonard Samson)
Bruce Banner
Bruce Banner

(Robert Bruce Banner)
Iron Man
Iron Man

(Tony Stark)

Comics Index

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Total: 373

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Incredible Hulk #177
4.5 stars

Incredible Hulk #177

July 1974
"Peril Of The Plural Planet!"
Script: Gerry Conway
Bruce Banner is brought unconscious before the Man-Beast who is at the White House (disguised as Rex Carpenter, the US President!) The villain learns that Adam Warlock is on the lose. Fearing his plans could get ruined, he decides to kill Warlock. [...]
Incredible Hulk #178
2 stars

Incredible Hulk #178

August 1974
"Triumph On Terra-Two!"
Script: Gerry Conway
Retelling the last pages of the previous issue, Bruce Banner looks on as the Man-Beast - possessing the body of US President Rex Carpenter, orders the execution of Adam Warlock. Before the fatal energy weapon is fired, the prisoner cries out, "High Evolutionary! Why have you abandoned me?! [...]
Incredible Hulk #179
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #179

September 1974
"Re-Enter: The Missing Link"
Script: Len Wein
This issue starts with a mad Hulk, tired of being locked in a "little room". That is actually a long-range rocket Memorax, the Recorder, lent to send the green goliath from Counter-Earth back to (First) Earth. [...]
Incredible Hulk #180
3.5 stars

Incredible Hulk #180

October 1974
"And the Wind Howls Wendigo"
Script: Len Wein
Hulk leaps all the way to the Quebec woods, and is detected by the Canadian government which sends in their newest secret asset, Weapon X! Before he arrives, the Hulk dwells among the woods, fighting off wolves, until he hears a voice in his head, calling him. [...]
Incredible Hulk #181
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #181

November 1974
"And Now, The Wolverine"
Script: Len Wein
Wolverine jumps at Hulk and Wendigo but after realizing that his adamantium claws cannot pierce the Hulk's hide, Wolverine attacks the Wendigo to whom is able to hurt. Hulk takes that as a gest of friendship from Wolverine and aids him to defeat the Wendigo. [...]
Incredible Hulk #182
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #182

December 1974
"Between Hammer And Anvil"
Script: Len Wein
Hulk meets Kracker Jack Jackson, a black man bum who invites him to eat and sleep with him at the campfire. Hulk relaxes and takes a liking on the old man. Next morning they go fishing and Jack starts teaching the Hulk how to write. [...]
Incredible Hulk #183
2 stars

Incredible Hulk #183

January 1975
"Fury At 50,000 Volts!"
Script: Len Wein
Hulk confuses a passenger with a threat and punches it. The train stops and is about to fall to a precipice. Hulk holds the train into place and leaps away. He falls in lake Michigan and swims to shore arriving in Chicago. While resting in an alley, the green giant turns back into Bruce Banner. [...]
Incredible Hulk #184
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #184

February 1975
"Shadow On the Land"
Script: Len Wein
Soldiers running a convoy of special chemicals out of Chicago towards Tulsa are startled when they hear something rumbling around in the back of the truck. While checking the load, the Hulk jumps out of the trailer and destroys the container, spilling chemicals all over himself. [...]
Incredible Hulk #185
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #185

March 1975
"Deathknell"
Script: Len Wein
Bruce has been captured by the army and is locked with heavy chains at the Hulkbusters Base. The US president visits the base, and Thunderbolt Ross takes him to see how they captured Bruce Banner, the man that turns into the Hulk. [...]
Incredible Hulk #186
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #186

April 1975
"The Day Of The Devastator"
Script: Len Wein
The story begins with the Hulk trapped by general Ross. It seems as if the days of the rampaging Hulk are about to end. [...]
Incredible Hulk #187
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #187

May 1975
"There's A Gremlin In The Works"
Script: Len Wein
Bruce Banner and General Thunderbolt Ross overlook the destruction of Hulkbuster base by the Devastator in the previous issue. Ross is pleased despite the destruction because Banner has not turned into the Hulk since. [...]
Incredible Hulk #188
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #188

June 1975
"Mind Over Mayhem"
Script: Len Wein
A Russian supervillain called Gremlin has Hulk, Thunderbolt Ross, Clay Quartermain and Glenn Talbot as prisoners. He wants to absorb their minds using a supercomputer. He tries first with the Hulk. But the machine is unable to do it. [...]
Incredible Hulk #189
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #189

July 1975
"None Are So Blind"
Script: Len Wein
Hulk emerges from the big explosion of the previous issue, still in Soviet territory. Hulk wanders off and eventually comes across a puny human singing by a stream. Enchanted by the singing, he befriends the singer, a local girl named Katrina. Hulk discovers Katrina is blind. [...]
Incredible Hulk #190
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #190

August 1975
"The Man Who Came Down On A Rainbow"
Script: Len Wein
This adventure begins with the Hulk in the middle of a battle with a soviet armed force at a security outpost in Siberia. The Hulk only wants peace. He realizes that if he were to smash them, more "puny humans" would take their place. The Hulk decides to leap away and lands waist-deep in snow. [...]
Incredible Hulk #191
2 stars

Incredible Hulk #191

September 1975
"The Triumph Of The Toad"
Script: Len Wein
Hulk and his newfound thougt dead friends, are been held by the Toadmen. Standing in front of the Queen of the Toadworld, the Toads finds out that the planet Hulk was on was made by the Shaper of Worlds. The Toadking says that they also can get the Shaper of Worlds to improve their dreams. [...]
Incredible Hulk #192
2 stars

Incredible Hulk #192

October 1975
"The Lurker Beneath Loch Fear"
Script: Len Wein
After his battle with Shaper and the Toad Men the Hulk awakes in Loch Fear. He is soon after netted by Angus MacTavish, an ill fated fisherman who mistakes Hulk for the sea creature that he has waited his life to encounter. [...]
Incredible Hulk #193
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #193

November 1975
"The Doctor's Name is...Samson!"
Script: Len Wein
Bruce witnesses how some men throw radioactive cans from the ship into the ocean. Men see Bruce and attack him. Banner turns into the Hulk who easily defeats the goons. But his strength also sinks the boat. The green giant swims to shore. Meanwhile, in an attempt to save Glenn Talbot, Dr. [...]
Incredible Hulk #194
4.5 stars

Incredible Hulk #194

December 1975
"The Day Of The Locust!"
Script: Len Wein
The smell of beans brings the Incredible Hulk to a clear in the woods where a group of vagabonds is cooking their dinner. The Hulk bluntly asks them for the beans. Due to poor lighting conditions, they do not realize who they were against, and hit him. [...]
Incredible Hulk #195
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #195

January 1976
"Warfare In Wonderland!"
Script: Len Wein
Hulk breaks in a train wagon and meets a boy named Ricky. They become friends as they travel to Florida. Ricky and the Hulk, covered with a large coat and a hat, visit an amusement park. But the giant is seen and the authorities are notified. [...]
Incredible Hulk #196
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #196

February 1976
"The Abomination Proclamation"
Script: Len Wein
Last issue the Abomination tricked the simple-minded Hulk into believing he was his friend. As his friend, he would fight the humans that constantly attack Hulk and ensure that he was left alone. [...]
Incredible Hulk #197
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #197

March 1976
"...And Man-Thing Makes Three!"
Script: Len Wein
The Incredible Hulk is attacked by caimans and an anaconda at a swamp in Florida. After getting rid of them he finds a bed and rests. Waking up as Bruce Banner, he senses that someone is spying him. Bruce tackles the spy but he is a nice person. [...]
Incredible Hulk #198
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #198

April 1976
"The Shangri-La Syndrome"
Script: Len Wein
Previously, our Green hero was captured by an old man called the Collector who deployed the entranced Man-Thing and Glob against him. Hulk wasn't able to defeat them as physical attacks were of no use against beings made of glop (Man-Thing and Glob). [...]
Incredible Hulk #199
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #199

May 1976
"... And SHIELD Shall Follow!"
Script: Len Wein
One way or another the Hulk must be caught cos Bruce Banner is the only chance to save Glenn Talbot, Betty Ross' husband! Doc Samson, Clay Quartermain and SHIELD specially trained men run a war to grab the Hulk and they are victorious by knocking the green giant out with a strong tranquilizer gas. [...]
Incredible Hulk #200
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #200

June 1976
"An Intruder In The Mind"
Script: Len Wein
Supervised by Thunderbolt Ross, Doc Samson provides Bruce Banner with the encephalo-helmet, a device developed by Samson that enables Banner to control the Hulk's form. The Banner Hulk is reduced to a cell's size with Henry Pym's micro cannon and poked inside Glenn Talbot's brain. [...]
Incredible Hulk #201
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #201

July 1976
"The Sword And The Sorcerer"
Script: Len Wein
Hulk shrinks until he reaches the subatomic world of Terragonia. People think that Hulk was sent by the Gods to save them from Kronak, the usurper. The terragonians convince the green giant to confront the oppressor. The Hulk reaches the castle and is received by Warlock Dragonus. [...]