Comic Re-Prints Incredible Hulk #180 and 181 as well as additional material; Copious credits include John Romita and Tom Morgan as Art Directors; Kevin Maguire, Jose Marzan, and Mark McKenna as Romita's Raiders; Jack Abel as Proofreader, Etc.; Re-Printed with new cover as "Wolverine Battles the Incredible Hulk" in 1989. A second printing exists.
This issue has variants:
Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Marie Cartier; Georges Baptiste; Thunderbolt Ross; Betty Ross; Glen Talbot; Wendigo [Paul Cartier] (villain); Wolverine (cameo)
Hulk is in Canada looking for some peace and quiet when he is mysteriously drawn to a cave inhabited by the sister of the man who became the Wendigo. Marie and Georges plan on transferring the power of the Wendigo to the Hulk, thus restoring Paul Cartier to his normal life. Marie's magic isn't strong enough, however, and just as Wendigo shows up, the Hulk wakes up from his magical slumber and the two battle. The Canadian government gets involved and sends in their own agent to take care of a recent Hulk sighting, the mutant known as Wolverine.
Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Wolverine; 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.