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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 #202
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #202

August 1976
"Havoc At the Heart of the Atom"
Script: Len Wein
Hulk falls through a microscopic universe until he lands on a green planet. Two Warthos (giant pig-dog creatures) try killing our hero. But the Hulk gets rid of them and continues his walk through the forest. [...]
Incredible Hulk #203
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #203

September 1976
"Assault On Psyklop!"
Script: Len Wein
Psyklop has Jarella and Hulk prisoners. The colossus is bounded by shacks of Dimundium steel, but he shatters them when Psyklop threatens Jarella. The immortal villain reveals that he belongs to a race that once ruled ancient Earth as he uses various weapons to try halting the Hulk, unsuccessfully. [...]
Incredible Hulk #204
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #204

October 1976
"Vicious Circle!"
Script: Len Wein
Jarella is placed in a special chamber for observation. Hulk thinks it's a prison and starts breaking it all. Thunderbolt Ross and his men knock him out with gas. Doctor Kerwin Kronus thinks he can cure Bruce Banner by sending him back in time to the G-bomb site. [...]
Incredible Hulk #205
4.5 stars

Incredible Hulk #205

November 1976
"Do Not Forsake Me"
Script: Len Wein
Bruce Banner takes Jarella for a walk in the city of Santa Fe. They go shopping, dining, trying to leave their problems behind. [...]
Incredible Hulk #206
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #206

December 1976
"A Man-Brute Berserk!"
Script: Len Wein
Hulk goes from Nevada to Manhattan in search of his friend, Doctor Strange, the only one who could save his beloved Jarella, mortally wounded in the previous issue (Incredible Hulk #205). Thunderbolt Ross sends two combat jets from Gamma Base to halt the Hulk, but the mission fails. [...]
Incredible Hulk #207
3.5 stars

Incredible Hulk #207

January 1977
"Alone Against The Defenders!"
Script: Len Wein
Hulk is on the terrace of a Manhattan building with the Defenders Doctor Strange, Valkyrie, Nighthawk and Red Guardian (Tania Belinsky). The atmosphere is too tense. Hulk hits the top of the building in anger, causing a large piece of it to fall. [...]
Incredible Hulk #208
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #208

February 1977
"A Monster In Our Midst!"
Script: Len Wein
While the Hulk sadly walks the city remembering Jarella, a group of bandits attacks a jailhouse with a special tank. They rescue a friend and on their way out, they accidentally hit the green giant (what a mistake!). Hulk gets mad and destroys the tank. [...]
Incredible Hulk #209
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #209

March 1977
"The Absorbing Man Is Out For Blood!"
Script: Len Wein
The Absorbing Man accepts to kill the Hulk as requested by the triumvirate called "Them". Meanwhile, Bruce tries to find a job without succeeding. But April Sommers finds him a job in a skyscraper's construction. [...]
Incredible Hulk #210
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #210

April 1977
"And Call The Doctor... Druid!"
Script: Len Wein
Doctor Druid, Master of the Unknown, finds Bruce in an alley and asks him for Hulk's help. According to Druid, Hulk's strength is the only hope to prevent the Maha Yogui from conquering or destroying the world. Bruce offers his help but refuses to turn into the Hulk. [...]
Incredible Hulk #211
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #211

May 1977
"The Monster and the Mystic"
Script: Len Wein
Hulk is unconscious so Doctor Druid must face Mongu on his own! The mystic dodges from the gladiator's hatchet but is knocked out by Maha Yogui's mental beam. Hulk and Druid are bonded to strong chains that release electric shocks if they move. [...]
Incredible Hulk #212
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #212

June 1977
"Crushed by... the Constrictor!"
Script: Len Wein
In New York city, Jim Wilson calls Bruce Banner. But the Constrictor, a hired assassin, finds Jim first. Bruce gets just in time to turn into the Hulk and protect his friend. Though the Constrictor uses his adamantium ropes to hurt the green giant, he's defeated by the Hulk. [...]
Incredible Hulk #213
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #213

July 1977
"You Just Don't Quarrel With the Quintronic Man"
Script: Len Wein
While the Hulk and Jim Wilson walk the streets of New York city, the green giant is spotted by the cops. The police starts firing but can't do much. So a heavy weight robot joins the battle: the Quintronic Man. [...]
Incredible Hulk #214
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #214

August 1977
"The Jack of Hearts is Wild!"
Script: Len Wein
Hulk, tired of being constantly pursued and attacked, comments his anger with Jim Wilson, while turning into Bruce Banner. Surprised to seeing Jim, the great physicist invites him to his apartment. But when they arrive, they find the former tenant of his room trying to recover his stuff. [...]
Incredible Hulk #215
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #215

September 1977
"Home Is Where The Hurt Is!"
Script: Len Wein
On board of a big SHIELD helicopter, Thunderbolt Ross, Clay Quartermain and several others become prisoners of an alien being they rescued from the ocean floor: the Bi-Beast! In order to confront him, Ross pulls Bruce Banner from the streets with a pulling beam. [...]
Incredible Hulk #216
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #216

October 1977
"Countdown To Catastrophe"
Script: Len Wein
The Bi-Beast unleashes powerful lasers on the Hulk. Despise his awesome endurance, the attack seems to have effect on Jade Jaws! Watching via monitors, Thunderbolt Ross orders to rescue the Hulk and Gaffer opens a secret floor gate. [...]
Incredible Hulk #217
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #217

November 1977
"The Circus Of Lost Souls!"
Script: Len Wein
After waking up on a deserted beach, Hulk searches for food and finds a circus wagon. He approaches it but is attacked by its occupants. When they discover the Hulk's monstrous looks, they bound in friendship with the giant. [...]
Incredible Hulk #218
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #218

December 1977
"The Rhino Doesn't Stop Here Anymore"
Script: Len Wein
Doc Samson, who's taking some days off his job at Gamma base, spots a broken bridge before the passenger train crosses it. The psychiatrist strongman holds the bridge 'til the machine passes and wonders what caused the damage. [...]
Incredible Hulk #219
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #219

January 1978
"No Man Is an Island"
Script: Len Wein
Bruce Banner is somewhere outside the USA. He finds a ship home and is hired as cleaning man to pay for the ticket. Everything goes fine until Captain Barracuda and his men attack the ship. They look for some kind of device that is not on board. [...]
Incredible Hulk #220
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #220

February 1978
"Fury At 5000 Fathoms!"
Script: Len Wein
Captain Barracuda fires the gamma machine into the Hulk. The green behemoth drops unconscious. Barracuda brings Crusoe and the gamma machine into his submarine. Hulk recovers and follows them under water. [...]
Incredible Hulk #221
2 stars

Incredible Hulk #221

March 1978
"Show Me the Way To Go Home"
Script: Roger Stern
Banner is picked up by the Lady Diana ship, whose captain is Walter Newell, A.K.A. the Stingray. Newell takes Banner to shore, ignoring that Banner is really the Hulk. When Newell finds out, he goes after the Hulk and fights with him. [...]
Incredible Hulk #222
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #222

April 1978
"Feeding Billy"
Script: Len Wein
Hulk is attacked by soldiers that can't do much until they use gas. Hulk leaps away but is knocked out by the inhaled gas. A monster called Billy takes the green goliath away before the army can find him. Billy is some kids' brother who turned into a huge black monster. [...]
Incredible Hulk #223
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #223

May 1978
"The Curing Of Dr. Banner!"
Script: Roger Stern
While Hulk is leaping through the country, his gamma energy is released from his body. Hulk turns into a green Bruce and finally into the human Bruce. Somehow, Bruce Banner was cured from his curse! Meanwhile, the Leader defeats Doc Samson and takes command of Gamma Base. [...]
Incredible Hulk #224
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #224

June 1978
"Follow The Leader!"
Script: Roger Stern
The Leader tells how by using gamma ray machines, he turned from that Joe Doe man into his villain form. In full control of Gamma Base, the Leader thinks he's ready to conquer the world. Doc Samson, Thunderbolt Ross and Clay Quartermain are locked and see the Hulk as the only hope they have. [...]
Incredible Hulk #225
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #225

July 1978
"Is There Hulk After Death?"
Script: Roger Stern
Bruce Banner is dying so Doc Samson bathes him with gamma rays. Rays don't trigger the transformation so Samson and Thunderbolt Ross think Banner is dead and tell him goodbye. But underneath the sheets wakes up a very mad Hulk. [...]
Incredible Hulk #226
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #226

August 1978
"Big Monster On Campus!"
Script: Roger Stern
Hulk punches Doc Samson away and leaps from Gamma base. After a while, Ol'Greenskin reaches Desert State University, college where Bruce Banner attended. Some of Banner's memories bother him immensely. Extremely confused, Hulk unloads his anger against a Socrates statue which reads 'Know thyself'. [...]