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Comic Book: Incredible Hulk (1999 series)

What This Book is About:
This Hulk volume was commenced by John Byrne (writer) and Ron Garney (artist). Byrne disappointed, and Marvel showed him the red card. But the 100+ issue volume continued thanks to the talents of Paul Jenkins, Bruce Jones, John Romita Jr., Mike Deodato Jr. and Greg Pak among others. This book was initially called "Hulk". It changed to "The Incredible Hulk" in issue #12. It finally "ended" in #112 when the book changed name and main character in #113 to "The Incredible Hercules".

Data Sheet:
Dates
Apr 1999 to Dec 2007
1999
N/A

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

Hulk
Hulk

(Bruce Banner)
Doc Samson
Doc Samson

(Leonard Samson)
Iron Man
Iron Man

(Tony Stark)
Betty Ross
Betty Ross

(Elizabeth Ross)
Caiera
Caiera

(Caiera The Oldstrong)
Thunderbolt Ross
Thunderbolt Ross

(Thaddeus Ross)
Plus: Nadia Dornova-Blonsky.

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Incredible Hulk #26
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #26

May 2001
"Do You Know Where You Are Going?"
Script: Paul Jenkins
The Savage Hulk reaches a small town at night where he finds the Killer Strike after robbing from a grocery store. The villain blasts the Hulk, and a house falls on top of Jade Jaws. Tired of being hated, Hulk hits his opponent and leaps away. [...]
Incredible Hulk #27
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #27

June 2001
"Past Perfect"
Script: Paul Jenkins
Bruce keeps having nightmares of a green monster in pain that tries to hurt him. He also starts seeing a demon like creature in the dark. And Betty Ross, his loving wife, is dead in these dark dreams. [...]
Incredible Hulk #28
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #28

July 2001
"Once In A Lifetime"
Script: Paul Jenkins
Joe Fixit tries convincing Bruce Banner that he's life is all a lie, an unreal perfect dream. But Bruce doesn't recognize him and goes back home. On the way back Bruce sees the Devil Hulk in a cuttery. [...]
Incredible Hulk #29
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #29

August 2001
"Animus"
Script: Fabian Nicieza
Doc Samson and Angela Lipscombe are doing some tests on Bruce who is loosing his battle against death. Feeling dizzy, Banner turns into the Savage Hulk but it is controlled by the kindness of Angela. [...]
Incredible Hulk #30
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #30

September 2001
"Spiral Staircase Part I"
Script: Sean McKeever
Robert Bruce Banner is dying of amyotropic lateral sclerosis. Desperately, his psychiatrist friend Doc Samson contacts many top-guys like Reed Richards to ask for help but there seems to be no cure or doctor capable of saving Banner. [...]
Incredible Hulk #31
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #31

October 2001
"Spiral Staircase Part II"
Script: Sean McKeever
The Leader explains Hulk how he managed to "survive" from his "death" back in their last encounter (TIH #400). On his "way" to death, the villain saw a vision most comforting. But was unable to join it. [...]
Incredible Hulk #32
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #32

November 2001
"Spiral Staircase Part III"
Script: Paul Jenkins
Hulk lends Reed Richards the documentation (a gift from the Leader to Hulk) that explains how to cure Banner from ALS. Reed Richards understands the docs and accepts to help Hulk. The Leader's cure theory is to replace two faulty genes from Banner's DNA structure, with good ones. Mr. [...]
Incredible Hulk #33
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #33

December 2001
"Tides"
Script:
Returning from a mission with the Defenders, Hulk goes through Wakanda and is attacked by the Black Panther's army. The conflict is resolved by Queen Divine Justice, who met the Hulk before. The black queen asks Jade Jaws to help her save some puppies. [...]
Incredible Hulk #34
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #34

January 2002
"The Morning After"
Script: Bruce Jones
Bruce Banner is wanted for murder. Apparently, the Hulk killed a boy named Ricky Myers during a rampage in Chicago. Banner rents a room in an old hotel and connects his notebook to the web to chat securely with someone code named Mr. Blue. Mr. Blue keeps Banner (alias Mr. [...]
Incredible Hulk #35
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #35

February 2002
"Silent Running"
Script: Bruce Jones
Bruce Banner waves the trucker goodbye as he enters a cafeteria located by the road. Banner sees an autistic girl reading a book. Bruce smiles at her but she just stares at him. The TV is showing the news about Ricky Myers. Banner connects to the web and chats with Mr. [...]
Incredible Hulk #36
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #36

March 2002
"The Gang's All Here!"
Script: Bruce Jones
Miss Sandra Verdugo, a prisoner with a death sentence, faces her sentence and seemingly passes away. As her body is taken in an ambulance, goones intercept the vehicle, and are ablt to steal her body. Meanwhile, a super goon named Slater, is asked to carry a mission: kill Bruce Banner. [...]
Incredible Hulk #37
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #37

April 2002
"You Must Remember This..."
Script: Bruce Jones
Sandra Verdugo and Slater ride the Midwest carrying a portable computer that detects the gamma radiation of Bruce Banner. Banner is not far, picked up by a guy driving an SUV. While crossing an old, weak wooden bridge, the bridge collapses by the SUV's weight. [...]
Incredible Hulk #38
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #38

May 2002
"Last Chance Cafe"
Script: Bruce Jones
A man and a woman approach Sandra Verdugo and Jink Slater offering their help. Sandra shots both of them to wear their clothes and steal their car, reaching a cafe. [...]
Incredible Hulk #39
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #39

June 2002
"Tag... You'Re Dead!"
Script: Bruce Jones
Hulk reaches a shack were a caped woman is waiting for him. The woman invites Hulk with stew, and hipnotizes him using a metronome like the one Banner utilized to relax. The woman takes her cape out, leaving her with just a tiny black bikini. The woman is Sandra Verdugo. Hulk changes back to Banner. [...]
Incredible Hulk #40
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #40

July 2002
"Boiling Point"
Script: Bruce Jones
Banner reaches a town called Miser in Colorado, and enters a grocery store. A man named Harry, who just got fired, enters that same store and unfolding a gun, asks the cashier for all the money. A police man enters the bar and is shot by the criminal. [...]
Incredible Hulk #41
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #41

August 2002
"Poker Face"
Script: Bruce Jones
Sally Riker enters the grocery store, and asks Harry, the kidnapper, to trade "Mr.Smith" (Bruce Banner) with her. Harry agrees, but Banner warns them it's a trap. Agent Pratt and his men are not FBI and will kill everyone in the store once they got him. [...]
Incredible Hulk #42
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #42

August 2002
"All Fall Down"
Script: Bruce Jones
Banner turns into the Hulk and leaves the grocery store. Pratt aims at the Hulk with the Hulk gun. But Hulk provokes a tremor, and Pratt falls. Hulk throws police cars around, causing a big explosion. And then pushes a building that falls crumbling down. [...]
Incredible Hulk #43
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #43

September 2002
"The Beast Within"
Script: Bruce Jones
Pratt explains Banner that he belongs to a world wide organization that, among other things, does experiments on humans using synthesized Hulk's blood. They want to create new Hulks. But the synthesized blood causes the death of the "patients". [...]
Incredible Hulk #44
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #44

October 2002
"Now You See It"
Script: Bruce Jones
At the organization's chambers, agents S-1 and S-2 are talking with their superior. S-1 tells his plan to find Banner: use Doc Samson to do the job. To do so, his men picked Samson up from outside the cafe (after he was attacked and left unconsciouss by Sandra Verdugo). [...]
Incredible Hulk #45
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #45

November 2002
"Remember Me Never"
Script: Bruce Jones
A couple finds the burned shack, and Verdugo's laptop. Amazingly, the laptop still works. But someone, who invokes fear in them, comes from behind and requests the laptop. Later, an old man taking care of a flat tire, is approached by someone he calls the angel of death. That one "borrows" his car. [...]
Incredible Hulk #46
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #46

December 2002
"Multiple Organism"
Script: Bruce Jones
Agent Pratt takes Bruce Banner out of the hospital, and to the morgue, where Laurie Copeland should be. But the drawer where her corpse should be, is empty. Police show up and open fire against Pratt and Banner. Pratt gets shot but bullets don't seem to harm him. [...]
Incredible Hulk #47
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #47

January 2003
"Transfer Of Power"
Script: Bruce Jones
Sandra Verdugo looks for the Hulk-gun under Agent Pratt's clothes. Pratt "wakes" up and grabs Banner. Sandra shoots his face and takes Banner to her car. Pratt shows up again, and Sandra has to shoot him again to leave. [...]
Incredible Hulk #48
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #48

February 2003
"From Here To Infinity"
Script: Bruce Jones
Agent Pratt asks Bruce Banner to comfront him. Ricky Myers is by his side. Sandra Verdugo runs up hill to save her child. But Bruce stops her, and goes against Pratt. Pratt tells Bruce that he's changed since he got the Hulk's blood in his system. He's very strong now, and can control the mutation. [...]
Incredible Hulk #49
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #49

March 2003
"Pratt Fall"
Script: Bruce Jones
Holding Bruce Banner by the neck, agent Pratt, who's aimed by Sandra Verdugo with the Hulk-gun, convinces Sandra to trade the gun for her child, Ricky Myers. Pratt releases Banner who falls hurt to the muddy ground. Sandra lends Pratt the gun, and embraces her kid. [...]
Incredible Hulk #50
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #50

April 2003
"Dark Mind, Dark Hearts"
Script: Bruce Jones
Bruce Banner enters a cafe located in the middle of nowhere. The place is owned by a beautiful woman called Nadia. As Banner asks her for a drink, a group of low lives arrives. The larger guy tries kissing Nadia, and Bruce tells him to leave her alone. The guy punches Banner hard on the face. [...]