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  • Issue #2C
    Hulk (2014 2nd Series) 2C
    Published June 2014 by Marvel.

    2nd Printing - Who Shot Bruce Banner: Part 2 - Written by Mark Waid. Art by Mark Bagley. Cover by Jerome Opena. ALL-NEW DIRECTION! THE EPIC 'BANNER D.O.A.' BEGINS NOW!!! Following the shocking events of last month's INDESTRUCTIBLE HULK finale, Bruce Banner lies at death's door! If he survives, it WON'T be as the Bruce Banner we've known! How will the Hulk wreak vengeance on Banner's assailant? How CAN he? 28 pages, full color. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #3A
    Hulk (2014 2nd Series) 3A
    Published July 2014 by Marvel.

    Who Shot Bruce Banner: Part 3 - Written by Mark Waid. Art by Mark Bagley. Cover by Jerome Opena. 'BANNER D.O.A' GETS READY TO TAKE YOU INTO A NEW TWIST IN HULK HISTORY! BANNER goes to a dark place and could take the AVENGERS with him. Only HULK can save Banner…but will he? After last issue's surprise resurrection, a new threat enters the scene. 28 pages, full color. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #3B
    Hulk (2014 2nd Series) 3B
    Published July 2014 by Marvel.

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    Limited 1 for 25 Retailer Incentive Variant Cover by Mark Bagley. Who Shot Bruce Banner: Part 3 - Written by Mark Waid. Art by Mark Bagley. 'BANNER D.O.A' GETS READY TO TAKE YOU INTO A NEW TWIST IN HULK HISTORY! BANNER goes to a dark place and could take the AVENGERS with him. Only HULK can save Banner…but will he? After last issue's surprise resurrection, a new threat enters the scene. 28 pages, full color. Cover price $13.00.

  • Issue #3C
    Hulk (2014 2nd Series) 3C
    Published July 2014 by Marvel.

    2nd Printing - Who Shot Bruce Banner: Part 3 - Written by Mark Waid. Art by Mark Bagley. Cover by Jerome Opena. 'BANNER D.O.A' GETS READY TO TAKE YOU INTO A NEW TWIST IN HULK HISTORY! BANNER goes to a dark place and could take the AVENGERS with him. Only HULK can save Banner…but will he? After last issue's surprise resurrection, a new threat enters the scene. 28 pages, full color. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #4A
    Hulk (2014 2nd Series) 4A

    Who Shot Bruce Banner: Part 4 - Written by Mark Waid. Art and Cover by Mark Bagley. 'BANNER DOA' TAKES A MIND-BLOWING TURN! To stop HULK from destroying the AVENGERS a dangerous plan is put into play Bruce Banner's brain damage is cured, but at what cost? What forbidden knowledge has TONY STARK used to save his friend? 28 pages, full color. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #4B
    Hulk (2014 2nd Series) 4B
    Published August 2014 by Marvel.

    2nd printing - Who Shot Bruce Banner: Part 4 - Written by Mark Waid. Art and Cover by Mark Bagley. 'BANNER DOA' TAKES A MIND-BLOWING TURN! To stop HULK from destroying the AVENGERS a dangerous plan is put into play Bruce Banner's brain damage is cured, but at what cost? What forbidden knowledge has TONY STARK used to save his friend? 28 pages, full color. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #5A
    Hulk (2014 2nd Series) 5A

    Written by Gerry Duggan. Art by Mark Bagley. Cover by Alex Ross. HULK is now............ BANNER no more??? 28 pages, full color. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #5B
    Hulk (2014 2nd Series) 5B

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    Limited 1 for 25 Retailer Incentive Variant Cover by Gary Frank. Written by Gerry Duggan. Art by Mark Bagley. HULK is now............ BANNER no more?? 28 pages, full color. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #6A
    Hulk (2014 2nd Series) 6A

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    Written by Gerry Duggan. Art by Mark Bagley. Cover by Gary Frank. THE OMEGA HULK!!! The surprising new direction continues after ORIGINAL SIN Can RICK JONES survive 'DOC GREEN'S' Gamma cure? A secret behind the 'antidote' revealed! 28 pages, full color. Rated T Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #6B
    Hulk (2014 2nd Series) 6B

    Limited 1 for 25 Retailer Incentive Variant Cover by Luke Ross. Written by Gerry Duggan. Art by Mark Bagley. THE OMEGA HULK!!! The surprising new direction continues after ORIGINAL SIN Can RICK JONES survive 'DOC GREEN'S' Gamma cure? A secret behind the 'antidote' revealed! 28 pages, full color. Rated T Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #7D
    Hulk (2014 2nd Series) 7D
    Published by Marvel.

    Limited 1 for 15 Retailer Incentive Stomp Out Bullying Variant Cover by Pascal Campion. Written by Gerry Duggan. Art by Mark Bagley. DOC GREEN GETS HIS SITES ON MORE GAMMA TARGETS DOC GREEN versus SKAAR versus...hmm. We don't want to spoil it. But were you worried Doc Green forgot about the GAMMA CORPS? Plus, an appearance by a very unexpected green-skinned member of the of the HULK family. Rated T Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #1
    Hulk (2014 2nd Series) Annual 1

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    Written by Monty Nero. Art by Luke Ross, Marc Laming and Patrick Goddard. Cover by Mike Del Mundo. Someone close to HULK dies. What impact will this have on one of the most dangerous super beings on the planet? And how does a ghost from the past threaten to haunt the world of the Hulk forever? 36 pages, full color. Rated T Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Hulk 100 Project SC (2008 Hero Initiative) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. Following hot on the heels of last year's über-successful Ultimate Spider-Man #100 Project, The Hero Initiative gets mean and green! All of Hero's 100 original covers to Marvel Comics' Hulk #1 and the Red Rampager himself, the Red Hulk, are on display in this great book, with art by J. Scott Campbell, John Cassaday, Frank Cho, Terry Dodson, Dale Keown, Joe Quesada, John Romita Sr. and Jr. and more! The Hulk 100 Project features even more covers and more pages than last year's Spidey book - at the same great price! Through special arrangement with Marvel Comic, there will be only one printing of this book ever! Get it now so you don't blow your chance! Softcover, 136 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $10.00.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Hulk Abominable HC (2012 Marvel) 1-1ST

    1st printing. Collects Incredible Hulk (1999 2nd Series) #50-59. Written by Bruce Jones. Art by Mike Deodato and Leandro Fernandez. Cover by Leandro Fernandez . Bear witness as two of the Marvel Universe's most deadly villains make life even more unbearable for the Incredible Hulk! First, watch as the Abomination - the only gamma-spawned creature able to match the Hulk's strength - strikes a bargain with a secret organization by promising to bring in the Hulk once and for all! Then, see what happens when Crusher Creel - a.k.a. the Absorbing Man - uses his awesome powers in a most unexpected way: by absorbing the mind of the Bruce Banner's alter ego, the Hulk! When the gamma-green dust settles, will either of these two heinous heavyweights have proven to be more than a match for old Jade Jaws? Hardcover, 264 pages, full color. Cover price $34.99.

  • Issue #1
    Hulk Action Scenes Book with Stickers (2003) 1

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    Magazine Sized sticker book based on Movie. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #1
    Hulk and Power Pack (2007) 1

    Written by MARC SUMERAK & PAUL TOBIN Art by DAVID WILLIAMS & CHRIS GIARUSSO Cover by DAVID WILLIAMS Power Pack couldn't be more excited to meet their father's new colleague, the world-famous Dr. Bruce Banner. But when the kids find themselves trapped in the tunnels beneath Manhattan by the Absorbing Man, they find out what happens when the good doctor gets angry...! Get ready to go gamma as a brand-new team-up begins here! PLUS...an all-new MINI MARVELS tale!!! 32 PGS./All Ages Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #2
    Hulk and Power Pack (2007) 2

    Written by MARC SUMERAK& PAUL TOBIN Art by DAVID WILLIAMS & CHRIS GIARRUSSO Cover by DAVID WILLIAMS When their father unveils his newest invention, the Power clan unexpectedly finds themselves facing off against one of their most shocking opponents ever! Lucky for them, the Hulk is there to lead their charge into action! Get ready for more gamma goodness! Aaaaaand...MINI MARVELS!!!! 32 PGS./All Ages Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #3
    Hulk and Power Pack (2007) 3

    Written by MARC SUMERAK and CHRIS GIARRUSSO Art by ANDY KUHN and CHRIS GIARRUSSO Cover by DAVID WILLIAMS When a big, green monster tears up the streets of New York City, it looks like the Hulk has gone on another rampage...or has he? It's up to Power Pack to get to the bottom of the situation before their new pal gets blamed for all the destruction. But if the Hulk isn't the culprit, who is? And how can the kids possibly stand up to another Hulk-sized threat? Also featuring Mini Marvels! 32 PGS./All Ages Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #4
    Hulk and Power Pack (2007) 4

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    Written by MARC SUMERAK Penciled by DAVID WILLIAMS Cover by DAVID WILLIAMS The Hulk and Power Pack have teamed-up to take down some of the Hulk's greatest foes, but now they face their greatest opponents yet -- the mightiest heroes in the Marvel Universe! It's good guy vs. good guy when a rampage goes wrong...and the only ones who can hope to stop the destruction are Marvel's youngest heroes! Will the kids be able to soothe the savage beast or will they end up caught in the middle of a super hero war? 32 PGS./All Ages ...$2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Hulk and Power Pack Pack Smash TPB (2007 Digest) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. Collects Hulk and Power Pack (2007) #1-4. Written by MARC SUMERAK, PAUL TOBIN, and CHRIS GIARUSSO. Art by DAVID WILLIAMS, ANDY KUHN, and CHRIS GIARUSSO. Cover by DAVID WILLIAMS. Power Pack couldn't be more excited to meet their father's new colleague, the world-famous Dr. Bruce Banner. But when the kids find themselves trapped in the tunnels beneath Manhattan by the Absorbing Man, they find out what happens when the good doctor gets angry! Get ready to go gamma as a brand-new team-up begins here! Also featuring Zzzax, the Abomination, and the Avengers! Softcover, 5-in. x 7 1/2-in., full color. Cover price $6.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Hulk and Power Pack TPB (2008 Marvel Magazine Edition) 1-1ST
    Published February 13, 2008 by Marvel.

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    1st printing. Collects Hulk and Power Pack (2007) #1-4. Written by MARC SUMERAK, PAUL TOBIN, and CHRIS GIARUSSO. Art by DAVID WILLIAMS, ANDY KUHN, and CHRIS GIARUSSO. Cover by DAVID WILLIAMS. Power Pack couldn't be more excited to meet their father's new colleague, the world-famous Dr. Bruce Banner. But when the kids find themselves trapped in the tunnels beneath Manhattan by the Absorbing Man, they find out what happens when the good doctor gets angry! Get ready to go gamma as a brand-new team-up begins here! Also featuring Zzzax, the Abomination, and the Avengers! Softcover (Saddle-Stitched/Stapled), 9-in. x 12-in., 88 pages, full color. All Ages NOTE: These Marvel Magazine Editions were originally sold exclusively at Big Chain stores like Walmart and Target. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Hulk and Spider-Man Murdermoon PB (1979 Novel) 1-1ST

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    Marvel Pocket Novel Series Volume 11 - 1st printing. Written by Paul Kupperberg. Edited by Len Wein and Marv Wolfman. Painted cover by Bob Larkin. Can Spidey survive a one-on-one confrontation with the mightiest mortal alive, the monstrous Incredible Hulk?! Softcover, 4-in. x 6.75-in., 192 pages, Text Only. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #1
    Hulk and Thing Hard Knocks (2004) 1

    Written by Bruce Jones Cardstock Cover & Pencils by Jae Lee "HARD KNOCKS" PART 1 (of 4) Bruce Jones and superstar artist Jae Lee bring you the ultimate Hulk/Thing battle! Think you know everything about the unique relationship between Marvel's two most powerful sluggers? Guess again. 32 PGS./MARVEL PSR ...$ 3.50 UPC: 5960605605-00111 Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #2
    Hulk and Thing Hard Knocks (2004) 2

    Written by BRUCE JONES Pencils and Cardstock Cover by JAE LEE "HARD KNOCKS" PART 2 (OF 4) It's clobbering ti?OOF! Bruce Jones and superstar artist Jae Lee bring you round two between Marvel's two most powerful sluggers. Think you know everything about the unique relationship between this pair? Guess again. Please note: HULK & THING replaces the Incredible Hulk ongoing series for four months, so don't miss a single punch! 32 PGS./MARVEL PSR ...$3.50 UPC: 5960605605-00211 Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #3
    Hulk and Thing Hard Knocks (2004) 3

    HARD KNOCKS #3 (OF 4) Written by Bruce Jones Art & Cover by Jae Lee PART 3 (OF 4) It's clobbering ti?-OOF! Bruce Jones and superstar artist Jae Lee ring the bell for round three between two of Marvel's most powerful sluggers. Kick back and relax with a frosty mug, but make sure your teeth are still in your head. These fights are so big, even the readers need a mouthpiece! 32 PGS./ MARVEL PSR ...$3.50 UPC: 5960605605-00311 Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #4
    Hulk and Thing Hard Knocks (2004) 4

    HARD KNOCKS #4 Written by BRUCE JONES Art & Cardstock Cover by JAE LEE Thing...fight...dirty...Hulk...smash! It's the final round of the ultimate slugfest, courtesy of Bruce Jones and superstar artist Jae Lee. Think you know everything about the unique relationship between this pair? Guess again. 32 PGS./MARVEL PSR ...$3.50 UPC: 5960605605-00411 Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Hulk and Thing Hard Knocks TPB (2005) 1-1ST

    1st printing. Collects Hulk and Thing: Hard Knocks (2004) #1-4 and Giant-Size Super Stars (1974) #1. Written by BRUCE JONES and GERRY CONWAY. Art by JAE LEE and RICH BUCKLER. Cover by JAE LEE. Bruce Jones and superstar artist Jae Lee bring you the ultimate Hulk/Thing battle! Think you know everything about the unique relationship between Marvel's two most powerful sluggers? Guess again. This volume featues the wildest Hulk vs. Thing battle of all! Softcover, 144 pages, full color. Cover price $13.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Hulk Boiling Point HC (2012 Marvel) 1-1ST
    Published September 05, 2012 by Marvel.

    1st printing. Collects Incredible Hulk (1999 2nd Series)#40-49. Written by Bruce Jones. Art by Lee Weeks and Stuart Immonen. Cover by Kaare Andrews. The beast within has crossed the line - and its terrified keeper is on the run! Blamed for the televised murder of a hapless child, Dr. Bruce Banner and his brutish alter ego are Public Enemy No. 1 - shunned by society, hunted by the law and targeted by a mysterious third party with a sinister agenda all its own...one that cuts to the very heart of Banner's strange affliction! Banner knows the dread of the hunted; now, he faces the most unimaginable horror of all: a relentless, unkillable pursuer who knows all his weaknesses and will stop at nothing to bring him down. Hardcover, 240 pages, full color. Cover price $34.99.

  • Issue #1
    Hulk Broken Worlds (2009) 1

    Written by FRED VAN LENTE, ROY THOMAS, PETER DAVID & PAUL BENJAMIN Pencils by CLAYTON HENRY, HERB TRIMPE, RODNEY BUCHEMI & DIEGO LATORRE Cover by MARK BROOKS Across the infinite stretches of the multiverse, countless worlds are forever changed by the monster known as the Hulk... but must his tale always end in tragedy? Join us as we revisit fan favorite Marvel alternate worlds for new tales of the rampaging green goliath! In this ALL-NEW oversized special, we journey to the House of M, the Microverse, a Future Imperfect, and the year 2099! 40 PGS./Rated A ...$3.99 Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #2
    Hulk Broken Worlds (2009) 2

    Written by MARC SUMERAK, ADAM WARREN and JASON HENDERSON. Art by JONBOY MEYERS, KELSEY SHANNON, JUAN SANTACRUZ and STEVE SCOTT. Cover by PAUL PELLETIER. Throughout the unending vastness of the multiverse echo the cries of the monster inside mister Bruce Banner... the unstoppable force known as the Hulk. Join us as we continue our quest to chronicle the catalogue of crosstime Hulk, asking not 'What If...' but 'What is?' This ALL-NEW oversized special revisits the worlds of the Age of Apocalypse, the Days of Future Past, the Marvel Mangaverse, and the year 1602! 40 pages Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Hulk Broken Worlds TPB (2009) 1-1ST

    1st printing. Collects Hulk Broken Worlds (2009) #1-2, Hulk Family (2008)#1 and X-Men vs Hulk (2009 Marvel) #1. Written by PAUL BENJAMIN, ROY THOMAS, FRED VAN LENTE, PETER DAVID, ADAM WARREN, MARC SUMERAK, JASON HENDERSON, PAUL TOBIN, GREG PAK and CHRIS CLAREMONT. Art by DIEGO LATORRE, CLAYTON HENRY, HERB TRIMPE, RODNEY BUCHEMI, STEVE SCOTT, KELSEY SHANNON, JUAN SANTACRUZ, JHEREMY RAAPACK, BENTON JEW, SCOTT CLARK and JONBOY MEYERS. Cover by DAVID YARDIN and WIL QUINTANA. Across the infinite stretches of the multiverse, countless worlds are forever changed by the monster known as the Hulk... but must his tale always end in tragedy? Join us as we revisit Marvel's alternate worlds for new tales of the rampaging green goliath! Go on a journey to the House of M, the Microverse, a Future Imperfect, Age of Apocalypse, the Days of Future Past, the Marvel Mangaverse, and the years 1602 and 2099! Then, you know the HULK, but it's time you met his whole family. From Bruce's cousin She-Hulk to those who've inherited his irradiated genes, Hulk's family tree is looking a little greener all the time. Featuring: the Senstational She-Hulk, Skaar, the Daughter of Hulk and Thundra! Plus: legend Chris Claremont delivers an epic battle between the Hulk and Colossus! Softcover, 144 pages, full color. Cover price $15.99.

  • Issue #1
    Hulk Chronicles World War Hulk (2008) 1

    Written by GREG PAK & PETER DAVID Penciled by GARY FRANK, AL RIO, LEE WEEKS & SEAN PHILLIPS Cover by JOHN ROMITA JR. Experience WORLD WAR HULK - the super-hero-smashing, city-leveling, bone-crushing, Marvel-history-making event - and its major tie-ins in chronological order! Hulk is coming, and no power on Earth can stop him from getting revenge on the Illuminati! In INCREDIBLE HULK #106, find out which of Earth's heroes will fight FOR the Hulk! Amadeus Cho, the boy genius who once took on Reed Richards on behalf of the Hulk, confronts She-Hulk and Doc Samson - and precipitates a gamma-powered smash-fest in the wilds of Jersey! And in WORLD WAR HULK PROLOGUE: WORLD BREAKER, learn what events led up to the super-human battle-to-end-all-battles. As Hulk's great stone ship approaches the planet, he prepares for the war on the horizon by reliving past conflicts with Iron Man, the Fantastic Four, Doctor Strange and the Inhumans. Also featuring an expanded recap of the events of PLANET HULK! 72 PGS./Rated T+ ...$4.99 Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #2
    Hulk Chronicles World War Hulk (2008) 2

    Written by GREG PAK & PAUL JENKINS Penciled by JOHN ROMITA JR. & RAMON BACHS Cover by DAVID FINCH Experience WORLD WAR HULK - the super-hero-smashing, city-leveling, bone-crushing, Marvel-history-making event - and its major tie-ins in chronological order! Exiled by a group of Marvel 'heroes' to the savage alien planet of Sakaar, the Hulk raged, bled and conquered - rising from slave to gladiator to king. Now, the Hulk returns to Earth to wreak his terrible vengeance on Iron Man, Reed Richards, Dr. Strange and Black Bolt - and anyone else who gets in the way. Stronger than ever, accompanied by his monstrous Warbound gladiator allies and possessed by the fiercest and purest rage imaginable, the Hulk may just tear this stupid planet in half. The epic story of anger unbound begins in WORLD WAR HULK #1! And in WORLD WAR HULK: FRONTLINE #1, get your street-level view of the Hulk's invasion! The Green Goliath has returned to Earth on a collision course with some of Marvel's mightiest heroes...so what does that mean for the ordinary people caught in the crossfire? Ben Urich and Sally Floyd pound the pavement to uncover the story behind the story! Plus: Who wants our tireless reporters to take down J. Jonah Jameson, and how do they want them to do it? 72 PGS./All Ages Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #3
    Hulk Chronicles World War Hulk (2008) 3

    Written by GREG PAK & JEFF PARKER Penciled by JOHN ROMITA JR.& LEONDARD KIRK Cover by JOHN ROMITA JR. * INCREDIBLE HULK #108 * WORLD WAR HULK #2 72 PGS./Rated T+ Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #6
    Hulk Chronicles World War Hulk (2008) 6

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    WORLD WAR HULK #5 INCREDIBLE HULK #111 72 PGS./Rated T+ Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #1
    Hulk Comic (British\UK) 1

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    This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven (1st appearance) is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #2
    Hulk Comic (British\UK) 2

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    This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #3
    Hulk Comic (British\UK) 3

    March 21, 1979. Hulk (Parkhouse/Bolton), the Black Knight (Parkhouse/John Stokes), Nick Fury (Moore/Dillon), Ant-Man (Lee/Kirby), Night-Raven (Parkhouse/Lloyd), and Hulk (Englehart/Trimpe). This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #4
    Hulk Comic (British\UK) 4

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    March 28, 1979. Hulk (Parkhouse/Neary/Richardson), the Black Knight (Parkhouse/Stokes), Nick Fury (Moore/Dillon), Ant-Man (Lee/Kirby), the Eternals (Kirby), Night-Raven (Parkhouse/Lloyd), and Hulk (Englehart/Trimpe). This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #6
    Hulk Comic (British\UK) 6

    April 11, 1979. Hulk (Parkhouse/Neary/Richardson), the Black Knight (Parkhouse/Neary/Stokes), Nick Fury (Moore/Dillon), Ant-Man (Lee/Kirby), the Eternals (Kirby), and Night-Raven (Parkhouse/Lloyd). This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #7
    Hulk Comic (British\UK) 7
    • Pricing sticker on cover.

    April 18, 1979. Hulk (Stern/S. Buscema), the Black Knight (Parkhouse/Neary/Stokes), Nick Fury (Moore/Dillon), Ant-Man (Lee/Kirby), the Eternals (Kirby), and Night-Raven (Parkhouse/Lloyd). This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #8
    Hulk Comic (British\UK) 8

    April 25, 1979. Hulk (Stern/S. Buscema), the Black Knight (Parkhouse/Neary/Stokes), Nick Fury (Moore/Dillon), Ant-Man (Lee/Kirby), the Eternals (Kirby), and Night-Raven (Parkhouse/Lloyd). This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #9
    Hulk Comic (British\UK) 9

    May 2, 1979. Hulk (Parkhouse/Neary/Richardson), the Black Knight (Parkhouse/Neary/Stokes), Nick Fury (Moore/Dillon), Ant-Man (Lee/Lieber/Kirby), the Eternals (Kirby), and Night-Raven (Parkhouse/Lloyd). This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #10
    Hulk Comic (British\UK) 10

    May 9, 1979. Hulk (Parkhouse/Neary/Richardson), the Black Knight (Parkhouse/Neary/Stokes), Nick Fury (Moore/Dillon), Ant-Man (Lee/Kirby), the Eternals (Kirby), and Night-Raven (Parkhouse/Lloyd). This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #11
    Hulk Comic (British\UK) 11

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    May 16, 1979. Hulk (Parkhouse/Neary), the Black Knight (Parkhouse/Neary/Stokes), Nick Fury (Moore/Dillon), Ant-Man (Lee/Kirby), the Eternals (Kirby), and Night-Raven (Parkhouse/Lloyd). This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #12
    Hulk Comic (British\UK) 12

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    May 23, 1979. Hulk, the Black Knight, Nick Fury, Ant-Man (Lee/Lieber/Heck), the Eternals (Kirby), and Night-Raven (Parkhouse/Lloyd). This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #13
    Hulk Comic (British\UK) 13

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    May 30, 1979. Hulk (Parkhouse/Neary/Richardson), the Black Knight (Parkhouse/Neary/Stokes), Nick Fury (Moore/Dillon), Ant-Man (Lieber/Heck), the Eternals (Kirby), and Night-Raven (Parkhouse/Lloyd). This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #14
    Hulk Comic (British\UK) 14

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    June 6, 1979. Hulk (Parkhouse/Neary/Lloyd), the Black Knight (Parkhouse/Neary/Stokes), Nick Fury (Moore/Dillon), Ant-Man, the Eternals (Kirby), Night-Raven (Parkhouse/Lloyd), and Hulk (Thomas/Trimpe). This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #15
    Hulk Comic (British\UK) 15

    June 13, 1979. Hulk (Moore/Neary/Lloyd), the Black Knight (Parkhouse/Neary/Stokes), Nick Fury (Moore/Dillon), Ant-Man (Lee/Lieber/Heck), the Eternals (Kirby), Night-Raven (Parkhouse/Lloyd), and Hulk (Thomas/Trimpe). This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #16
    Hulk Comic (British\UK) 16

    June 20, 1979. Hulk (Moore/Neary/Lloyd), the Black Knight (Parkhouse/Neary/Stokes), Nick Fury (Moore/Dillon), Ant-Man (Lee/Lieber/Heck), the Eternals (Kirby), Night-Raven (Parkhouse/Lloyd), and Hulk (Thomas/Trimpe). This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.