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Instant recap dept.: ol' greenskin has been lured to Quebec, Canada as part of a fantastic plan to cure the wild-eyed woods-beast called the Wendigo--
Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Wolverine (see note); Marie Cartier; Georges Baptiste [becomes Wendigo]; Wendigo [becomes Paul Cartier] (villain)
Canadian super-agent Wolverine teams up with the Hulk to battle Wendigo. Once the monster is felled, however, Wolvie turns on the Hulk and the two battle. Marie goes ahead with her plans of trying to transfer the power of the Wendigo into the Hulk but when the guilt becomes too much for best friend Georges who feels responsible for Paul's monstrous condition, he works the change on himself. Paul Cartier is returned to human form and Georges becomes the Wendigo.