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Incredible Hulk #218: Review

Dec 1977
Len Wein, George Tuska

Story Name:

The Rhino Doesn't Stop Here Anymore

Review & Comments

Rating:
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #218 Review by (February 15, 2010)
First Hulk comic by George Tuska (as a penciler). Keith Pollard was also a penciler in this issue.



 

Synopsis / Summary / Plot

Incredible Hulk #218 Synopsis by Julio Molina-Muscara
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. Unnoticed, the Rhino, responsible for that damage, tips the train with one head hit! Doc Samson tries stopping him but is punched to a side. The Rhino picks a package and runs away. After helping the passengers, Samson follows the villain's path to a deserted town. Both super guys share fists and though Rhino is stronger, Samson makes him stumble and fall into a very deep well. Thinking he's killed his opponent, Samson sadly goes away. Meanwhile, the Hulk is bothered by some fishermen while resting and keeps their hunt for dinner.

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George Tuska
Ernie Chan
Ernie Chan (Cover Penciler)


Characters

Listed in Alphabetical Order.

Doc Samson
Doc Samson

(Leonard Samson)