in Gamma la bombe qui a créé Hulk (Arédit-Artima, 1979 series) # (1er trimestre 1979) [Modifié [Edited]], # (2ème trimestre 1979) [Une version élargie de la couverture de The Incredible Hulk #112 [An expanded version of the cover of The Incredible Hulk #112] Deux premières et deux dernières pages d'intérieur [First two and last two interior pages]], # (2ème trimestre 1979), # (3ème trimestre 1979), #5 (3ème trimestre 1979), #6 (4ème trimestre 1979), #7 (4ème trimestre 1979)
The Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Aliens (villain); Galaxy Master (villain, death)
The Hulk finds himself in the middle of a planetary civil war as some of the aliens who have been enslaved by the powerful Galaxy Master join in his fight to destroy the alien monster. Once he succeeds in defeating his foe, the Hulk is put on a rocket back to Earth but the ship has not been properly decompressed and our hero finds himself in a bit of a pickle as he turns back into Bruce Banner whose puny body cannot handle the pressures of deep space.
Dear Stan and Herb, The Hulk is a short-tempered fellow...
Letters of comment (with no replies this issue) from Milo Miles, Jim Reinhart, Joseph Lenius, Kiff Kiffney, Gary Rafferty, Eddie Bobb, Sandy Smith, Mac Larson, and Mike Nave, as well as a panel reproduction from a previous issue.