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Price:
579 RUB
Pages:
232
On-sale date:
2016-11-10
Publisher's Age Guidelines:
16+
Indicia / Colophon Publisher:
?
Brand:
?
Barcode:
9772304905701 00075
Editing:
Георгий Скляров (главный редактор); Stan Lee (original editor)
Color:
Color
Dimensions:
17.5cm x 26.5cm
Paper Stock:
Glossy
Binding:
Hardcover
Publishing Format:
Graphic Novel

Issue Notes

6100 copies printed


[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

Hulk / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils:
Marie Severin
Inks:
Frank Giacoia
Colors:
Marie Severin ?
Letters:
?

Genre:
superhero
Characters:
Hulk [Bruce Banner]
Reprints:

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 1)

The Incredible Hulk / comic story / 11 pages (report information)

Script:
Stan Lee
Pencils:
Marie Severin
Inks:
Frank Giacoia
Colors:
Marie Severin ?
Letters:
?

Genre:
superhero
Characters:
Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Heimdall; Odin; Warriors Three [Hogun; Fandral; Volstagg]; Loki
Synopsis:
Loki pulls the Hulk to Asgard to fight his father's forces. The Hulk battles the Warriors Three but in a moment of rare clarity, they discover that the jade giant is not really their enemy and refuse Loki's invitation to finish him off. Angered by his failure, Loki casts the Hulk into a bottomless pit.
Reprints:
Keywords:
Asgard; Rainbow Bridge

Indexer Notes

Story is continued in The Incredible Hulk (Marvel, 1968 series) #102.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 2)

Hulk / comic story / 20 pages (report information)

Script:
Gary Friedrich
Pencils:
Marie Severin
Inks:
George Tuska; Syd Shores
Colors:
Marie Severin ?
Letters:
?

Genre:
superhero
Characters:
Hulk [Bruce Banner](origin); Odin; Oldar; Warriors Three [Hogun; Fandral; Volstagg]; Enchantress (villain); Executioner (villain); Trolls (villain); Igor (cameo flashback); Rick Jones (cameo flashback); Thunderbolt Ross (cameo flashback); Thor (cameo flashback); Silver Surfer (cameo flashback)
Synopsis:
Bruce Banner is falling down a bottomless pit back to Midgard when the Enchantress plucks him back. The Warriors Three consult Oldar the Oracle and find out the origins of the Hulk. Banner transforms into the Hulk which enrages the Executioner who has fought the jade giant before. Leaving the Hulk behind, the evil duo lead an army of trolls against Asgard and the Hulk arrives on the scene just in time to lend a hand in the victory of Odin's forces. Even though he has proven himself an ally, the Hulk still manages to tick the All-Father off so an enraged Odin sends him back to earth.
Reprints:
Keywords:
Asgard

Indexer Notes

story continued from Tales to Astonish (Marvel, 1959 series) #101

Hulk fought the Executioner in Tales To Astonish (Marvel, 1959 series) #77.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 3)

Hulk / comic story / 20 pages (report information)

Script:
Gary Friedrich
Pencils:
Marie Severin
Inks:
Frank Giacoia
Colors:
Marie Severin ?
Letters:
?

Genre:
superhero
Characters:
Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Thunderbolt Ross; Glenn Talbot; Rick Jones; Betty Ross; The Space Parasite [Randau](introduction, villain, death); Thing (cameo flashback)
Synopsis:
Watching a TV show about the menace of the Hulk, the evil Space Parasite decides to make a pit-stop on earth to suck up all of the jade giant's powers to fuel his plans for interplanetary conquest. The Hulk battles the Parasite but the fight is ultimately determined by members of the Parasite's home planet who recognize him as a menace and blow up his space ship. The Hulk is gassed by New York's finest and is captured.
Reprints:
Keywords:
elevated subway; New York City; tear gas; teleportation; Times Square; Yankee Stadium

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 4)

Hulk / comic story / 20 pages (report information)

Script:
Gary Friedrich
Pencils:
Marie Severin
Inks:
Frank Giacoia
Colors:
Marie Severin ?
Letters:
?

Genre:
superhero
Characters:
Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Thunderbolt Ross; Glenn Talbot; Betty Ross; Rick Jones; Rhino (villain); Igor (villain); Georgi (villain)
Synopsis:
The Rhino, finally out of prison after his last battle with Spider-Man, is contacted by the men who originally gave him his costume and they offer to give him a new suit with more power. Banner is in prison at Sing-Sing and as Ross is transferring him to a new location, the Rhino attacks and battle ensues. The Hulk is groggy from being sedated but still manages to beat the Rhino to (apparent) death. Looking for love in all the wrong places, the Hulk grabs Betty from her father and takes off.
Reprints:
Keywords:
gamma rays; JFK Airport; Sing-Sing Prison

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 5)

Hulk / comic story / 20 pages (report information)

Script:
Bill Everett; Roy Thomas
Pencils:
Marie Severin
Inks:
George Tuska
Colors:
Marie Severin ?
Letters:
?
Editing:
Stan Lee

Genre:
superhero
Characters:
Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Mr. Fantastic; Betty Ross; Thunderbolt Ross; Glenn Talbot; Rick Jones; Missing Link (introduction, villain, origin); Mao Tse-Tung (photo)
Synopsis:
Prowling New York with Betty in his clutches, the Hulk transforms back into Banner and is shot in the leg by thugs. The product of a nuclear test conducted by the U.S. and captured by the Chinese, the Missing Link is brought to New York and unleashed. He crosses paths with the wounded Hulk and the two battle. Mr. Fantastic creates a Hulk-stopping weapon designed by Banner and Talbot takes the machine to hunt for him. Not realizing that he is fighting a dangerous foe, Talbot shoots the Hulk with the weapon turning him back into Banner just as the Missing Link begins another assault.
Reprints:
Keywords:
China; New York City; radiation; subway; Wall Street

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 6)

Hulk / comic story / 20 pages (report information)

Script:
Archie Goodwin (pages 1-10); Roy Thomas (pages11-20)
Pencils:
Marie Severin (layouts); Herb Trimpe
Inks:
George Tuska
Colors:
Marie Severin ?
Letters:
?

Genre:
superhero
Characters:
Hulk; General Thunderbolt Ross; Betty Ross; Glenn Talbot; Rick Jones; Nick Fury; Dum Dum Dugan; Gabriel Jones; Missing Link (villain, death); Yuri Brevlov (villain)
Synopsis:
Banner once again becomes the Hulk as the battle with the Missing Link continues. Fury and SHIELD move in to help in capturing them. During the fight, a Russian ship captures them. The Russians do tests on the Missing Link but the Hulk escapes his captivity and causes mayhem. The Hulk makes it back to terra firma just as the Missing Link finally overloads on radiation and explodes. Yuri and his men escape their doomed ship in a smaller saucer and even though the Hulk has just saved a small Russian boy from a burning house, Brevlov is pressured by his men to finish off the monster.
Reprints:

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 7)

Hulk / comic story / 20 pages (report information)

Script:
Gary Friedrich
Pencils:
Herb Trimpe; Marie Severin (layouts)
Inks:
Syd Shores
Colors:
?
Letters:
?

Genre:
superhero
Characters:
Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Nick Fury; Dum Dum Dugan; Gabriel Jones; Mandarin (villain); Mandarin Robot (villain); Yuri Brevlov (villain)
Synopsis:
Just as Yuri and his men are about to decimate the Hulk, Nick Fury shows up to take his Russian foe down. The Mandarin zaps the Hulk to his compound and puts him through his paces to see if the jade giant would make a worthy ally in his bid to take over the world.
Reprints:
Keywords:
China; communists; Gobi Desert; quicksand; robot; teleportation

Indexer Notes

According to Herb Trimpe in his introduction to Marvel Masterworks Incredible Hulk volume 4, Marie Severin provided layouts for him.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 8)

Hulk / comic story / 51 pages (report information)

Script:
Gary Friedrich
Pencils:
Marie Severin
Inks:
Syd Shores; Frank Giacoia; John Verpoorten; Bill Everett ?; John Tartaglione ?
Colors:
Marie Severin ?
Letters:
?

Genre:
superhero
Characters:
Hulk; Inhumans [Black Bolt; Gorgon; Lockjaw]; Maximus the Mad (villain); Falcona (villain); Leonus (villain); Aiero (villain); Timberius (villain); Stallior (villain); Nebulo (villain)
Synopsis:
Black Bolt banishes six rebel Inhumans to the un-place for treason. Lockjaw takes them there but on his way back to the Great Refuge, he tangles with the Hulk whom he also takes to the un-place. Under the guidance of Maximus, the Hulk joins the evil Inhumans and they make their way back to remove Black Bolt from his throne. Maximus uses the Hulk to gain access to an ancient power source but even this is not enough to dethrone the silent monarch of the Inhumans. Realizing that the Hulk is an ally, Black Bolt offers to let the Hulk live in peace with the Inhumans but Hulk declines the offer.
Reprints:
Keywords:
The Great Refuge

Indexer Notes

A number of inkers were involved in this story as noted in the credits. Nick Caputo lists Syd Shores as inking (or involved in) the following pages: 1-20, 28, 32, 34, 39, 44. 46-51. Frank Giacoia inks on pages 21-26, 29-30, 36-37, 41-42, 44, 48. Other possible inkers include Bill Everett, John Tartaglione and John Verpoorten. Syd Shores likely inked the Hulk's face and/or figure throughout.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 9)

Hulk / comic story / 20 pages (report information)

Script:
Stan Lee
Pencils:
Herb Trimpe; Marie Severin (layouts)
Inks:
John Severin
Colors:
?
Letters:
?

Genre:
superhero
Characters:
Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Nick Fury; Mandarin (villain); Yuri Brevlov (villain); Mao Tse-Tung (cameo); Tony Stark [Iron Man] (cameo)
Synopsis:
The Mandarin controls the Hulk and sends him to attack a Red Chinese target. Fury and his old foe Brevlov team up to take on the jade giant. Once the Hulk breaks Mandarin's conditioning, he returns and destroys the ringed one's base of operations.
Reprints:
Keywords:
China; communism; quicksand; tank

Indexer Notes

According to Herb Trimpe in his introduction to Marvel Masterworks Incredible Hulk vol 4, Marie Severin provided layouts for him.

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  1. 0. [no title indexed]
    Hulk
  2. 1. [no title indexed]
    The Incredible Hulk
  3. 2. [no title indexed]
    Hulk
  4. 3. [no title indexed]
    Hulk
  5. 4. [no title indexed]
    Hulk
  6. 5. [no title indexed]
    Hulk
  7. 6. [no title indexed]
    Hulk
  8. 7. [no title indexed]
    Hulk
  9. 8. [no title indexed]
    Hulk
  10. 9. [no title indexed]
    Hulk
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