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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.

Comics Index

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Incredible Hulk #76
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #76

September 1999
"Shattered"
Script: Bruce Jones
The continuation of the story from Incredible Hulk #75. Also a double sized issue. And, The Leader shows his true form to everyone (its a very shocking issue if you werent prepared for it!). [...]
Incredible Hulk #77
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #77

December 2004
"Tempest Fugit (Part 1 of 5)"
Script: Peter David
While walking the sea floor (!), the Incredible Hulk kills a white shark, and wounds an immense monster octopus. [...]
Incredible Hulk #78
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #78

January 2005
"Tempest Fugit (Part 2 of 5)"
Script: Peter David
Bruce Banner turns into the Green Hulk and fights the Gray Hulk, who is defeated by the stronger Hulk persona. But the Gray Hulk turns out to be a robot of some kind. As the Hulk is stalked by a huge dragon, Gwen and Ripley are found by General Thunderbolt Ross (! [...]
Incredible Hulk #79
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #79

February 2005
"Tempest Fugit (Part 3 of 5)"
Script: Peter David
Gwen and Ripley walk with General Thunderbolt Ross to the camp's headquarters when a three-headed dog attacks Ross. Gwen grabs a gun and runs to his rescue. Meanwhile, the Hulk fights Fin Fang Foom, and defeats it by throwing it into an active volcano. [...]
Incredible Hulk #80
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #80

March 2005
"Tempest Fugit (Part 4 of 5)"
Script: Peter David
Gwen finds an unhurt General Thunderbolt Ross, who complains about her, and seemingly drowns her in a stream as Ripley is killed by the man in the headquarters. But Gwen later regains consciousness. Meanwhile, the Hulk fights Wolverine who manages to cut the Hulk's skin deeply. [...]
Incredible Hulk #81
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #81

May 2005
"Tempest Fugit (Part 5 of 5)"
Script: Peter David
The mysterious villain is finally revealed to be Nightmare, who now has powers over the "real" world due to the events of September 11 (2001). [...]
Incredible Hulk #82
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #82

June 2005
"Dear Tricia..."
Script: Peter David
This story is just a one shot. No real story arcs left over from the previous story and it doesen't really connect to the story after it. For no real reason, other than being in hiding, Bruce is London; England. The story starts off with a letter Bruce wrote. [...]
Incredible Hulk #83
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #83

July 2005
"Terra Incognita (Part 1 of 4)"
Script: Peter David
In a "House of M" tie-in Dr. Robert Bruce Banner has been living in the Australian outback with Aboriginal tribe, "The True People". Accepted into the tribe he is known as "Two Minds". Living their way he has walked the dreamland with a tribal elder, whom Bruce calls "old man". [...]
Incredible Hulk #84
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #84

August 2005
"Terra Incognita (Part 2 of 4)"
Script: Peter David
A "House of M" tie-in. The Mutant Government headquarters, Sydney Australia. Governor Exodus tells his men, Pyro and Vanisher, about the Hulk's destruction of their troops for entering the territory of Bruce Banner's adopted Aborigine tribe, "The True People". Also the Hulk has joined A.I. [...]
Incredible Hulk #85
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #85

September 2005
"Terra Incognita (Part 3 of 4)"
Script: Peter David
A "House of M" tie-in. The Hulk/Bruce Banner, alongside A.I.M, an organization working against the world's ruling mutant governments, have overthrown Australia's mutant leaders and now run the country. In bed with A.I.M's Dr. [...]
Incredible Hulk #86
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #86

October 2005
"Terra Incognita (Part 4 of 4)"
Script: Peter David
A House of M tie-in. From a control room, A.I.M's Dr. Monica Rappaccini watches as Dr. Isaacs tell (A.I.M's) Scorpion and the Hulk, that A.I.M has been using human test subjects to create a cyborg army. Through a transponder secretly placed in Scorpion's head, her mother Dr. [...]
Incredible Hulk #87
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #87

November 2005
"Awakening"
Script: Peter David
AWAKENING! The House of M is no more! The title of this story says it all, since we find Dr. Bruce Banner and Dr. Monica Rappaccini waking up in a strange house with no recollection of recent events! [...]
Incredible Hulk #88
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #88

October 2005
"Peace in Our Time (Part 1 of 4)"
Script: Daniel Way
Bruce Banner hides in Alaska looking for peace and solitude. He feeds on salmons he catches as the Hulk in the company of grizzlies who don't bother him. And he also receives supplies from a man named Mack who flies to Bruce's cabin once a month. [...]
Incredible Hulk #89
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #89

November 2005
"Peace in Our Time (Part 2 of 4)"
Script: Daniel Way
Nick Fury, the head of SHIELD, tells Bruce Banner that an antiquated Hydra space station running on artificial intelligence has been floating above their heads since the 70's and it's evolved to a state in which it converts solar energy into atomic energy. [...]
Incredible Hulk #90
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #90

December 2005
"Peace in Our Time (Part 3 of 4)"
Script: Daniel Way
Godseye, a rogue SHIELD-constructed satellite that adapts, replicates and overcomes any and all technological attacks, successfully defends itself from the Hulk's attack by breaking his air mask, and making him a prisoner. [...]
Incredible Hulk #91
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #91

January 2006
"Peace in Our Time (Part 4 of 4)"
Script: Daniel Way
Godseye tries destroying the Hulk, but Ol' Greenskin proves too much for the super Artificial Intelligence SHIELD weapon. Overloaded with Gamma radiation, Godseye explodes to pieces. [...]
Incredible Hulk #92
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #92

February 2006
"Planet Hulk: Exile (Part 1 of 4)"
Script: Greg Pak
The Hulk learns that some members of the Illuminati (Mr. Fantastic/Reed Richards, Doctor Strange, Black Bolt, and Iron Man/Tony Stark) have agreed with Nick Fury (a decoy actually) to cast the Hulk away into space for the sake of the world. [...]
Incredible Hulk #93
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #93

March 2006
"Planet Hulk: Exile (Part 2 of 4)"
Script: Greg Pak
The Hulk, Miek, and group, are sent to the Maw, the empire's "most lethal gladiatorial training school", where they face a lava-like being. The Hulk hurts the living volcano with a boulder. But the thing burns Jade Jaws seriously on the face, arm, and shoulder. [...]
Incredible Hulk #94
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #94

April 2006
"Planet Hulk: Exile (Part 3 of 4)"
Script: Greg Pak
The Hulk refuses to join the rebels (Sakaar Democratic Insurgency group), and they are defeated by Imperial Death's Heads. Elloe was a Rebel herself and is also sent away. Jade Jaws and his team don't interfere. That night, the Hulk finds Caiera in his room. [...]
Incredible Hulk #95
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #95

May 2006
"Planet Hulk: Exile (Part 4 of 4)"
Script: Greg Pak
Weakened by the passage to Sakaar's dimension, the Silver Surfer was easily captured by the Emperor's troops and sealed with an obedience disk. Called the "Silver Savage", the Emperor's men think that he can defeat the Hulk, AKA the "Green Scar". The Surfer almost does. [...]
Incredible Hulk #96
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #96

June 2006
"Planet Hulk: Anarchy (Part 1 of 4)"
Script: Greg Pak
Caiera, the Shadow Lieutenant working for the Emperor, has a spy among those who followed the Hulk and his allies to the Twisted Wood. The spy's able to reveal the location of the Hulk, but he's soon discovered, and ends up perishing from a bombardment sent by the Emperor's forces. [...]
Incredible Hulk #97
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #97

July 2006
"Planet Hulk: Anarchy (Part 2 of 4)"
Script: Greg Pak
Word of the Hulk freeing slaves reach Crown City. Slaves riot in the streets in the Hulk's name, who they think is the promised Sakaarson. The Emperor himself, in his mighty armor, dissolves the insurgents to dust with fire blasts. [...]
Incredible Hulk #98
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #98

August 2006
"Planet Hulk: Anarchy (Part 3 of 4)"
Script: Greg Pak
The Hulk is afraid that is if he does not stop his rampage, he will reach a point where he will not be able to control himself, and thus, become the Worldbreaker. But Miek and Elloe convince him to continue his fight against the Emperor. [...]
Incredible Hulk #99
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #99

October 2006
"Planet Hulk: Anarchy (Part 4 of 4)"
Script: Greg Pak
Caiera's squadron, infected by the Spikes, attacks the Hulk. Though he's not immune to the Spikes, the infection rate is very slow in him. This gives the Hulk time to pull the spores out or ask others to burn them with fire rifles. [...]
Incredible Hulk #100
4 stars

Incredible Hulk #100

November 2006
"Planet Hulk: Allegiance (Part 1 of 4)"
Script: Greg Pak
Main Story The Hulk and his Warbound defeat an entire Spike army. Unfortunately, the last Native Queen was irreversibly infected by the Spikes so Miek is obliged to kill her. By doing that, he condemns his race to extinction. [...]