- Roy Thomas
- Herb Trimpe
- Sam Grainger
- Mimi Gold ?
- Sam Rosen
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- Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Thunderbolt Ross; Glenn Talbot; Betty Ross; The Sandman (villain)
- Sandman does a total blood transfusion with Betty, and his radioactive blood turns her into glass.
- in The Mighty World of Marvel (Marvel UK, 1972 series) #105 (October 5, 1974) [pages 1-11; page 2 deleted; page 6, panels 3, 4, 6 deleted; page 7, panels 2, 3, 5 deleted], #106 (October 12, 1974) [pages 11-20; page 11, panels 1-3 deleted and replaced by a detail of page 1; pages 12 and 13 are each numbered half-pages combined to make page 2 of the reprinted story.]
- in Spindelmannen (Red Clown, 1974 series) #7/1975 (juli )
- in Hulk (Arédit-Artima, 1976 series) #7 (février 1978) [N&B [B&W]]
- in Marvel Super-Heroes (Marvel, 1967 series) #88 (May 1980)
- in Essential Hulk (Marvel, 1999 series) #3 (April 2005)
Next Hulk appearance is in Sub-Mariner (Marvel, 1968 series) #34.
It is noted in the June 1971 Bullpen Bulletins page that Mimi Gold is the regular colorist on the Hulk.
- First Line of Dialogue or Text
- Dear Stan, Roy, Herb, Sal, and Artie, this is the first time I've written to one particular Marvel magazine --
2 pages: upper 3/4 of the first and upper 2/3 of the second.
letters of comment from Charles C. Coddington, Aurora Illinois; Robert w. Nelson, Denver Colorado; Vyto Brazaitis, Gary Indiana; Charles Fouzette, Forestville, Connecticut; and Martin Boda, Arlington, Virginia
bottom one quarter of the first page of the letters column
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