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  • Issue #6UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. The first appearance and origin of the Incredible Hulk in "The Coming of the Hulk." Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Paul Reinman. 1st app. Rick Jones, General Ross, and Betty Ross. It's the height of the Cold War and the government is about to test their new Gamma Bomb. Unfortunately, a carefree and oblivious teenager named Rick Jones wanders out onto the test area. Dr. Bruce Banner, the creator of the Gamma Bomb, rushes out to warn the young man away. However, the bomb explodes and as Banner pushes the teenager to safety he is caught in the heart of a Gamma maelstrom. The gamma-rays that bombard Banner's taunt frame transform his physiology. Now, whenever Banner becomes angry he transforms into the man-brute known as the Incredible Hulk. Feared by the public and hunted by the army, the Hulk becomes one of the most tragic figures in Marvel's history. General "Thunderbolt" Ross will not rest until the Hulk is destroyed. The creature's only allies are Rick Jones and Betty Ross, Thunderbolt's daughter and Banner's one true love. Thus begins the epic saga of the world's mightiest mortal. NOTE: Notice that the Hulk was colored grey for the first few issues of his series. In an interview, Stan Lee (creator) said very simply that the reason for this was that grey was the easiest color for the copiers of the time to print. When the technology got better the Hulk became green, and according to Stan, for no better reason than they didn't have a green hero in their stable yet.

  • Issue #102UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. The first appearance and origin of the Incredible Hulk in "The Coming of the Hulk." Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Paul Reinman. 1st app. Rick Jones, General Ross, and Betty Ross. It's the height of the Cold War and the government is about to test their new Gamma Bomb. Unfortunately, a carefree and oblivious teenager named Rick Jones wanders out onto the test area. Dr. Bruce Banner, the creator of the Gamma Bomb, rushes out to warn the young man away. However, the bomb explodes and as Banner pushes the teenager to safety he is caught in the heart of a Gamma maelstrom. The gamma-rays that bombard Banner's taunt frame transform his physiology. Now, whenever Banner becomes angry he transforms into the man-brute known as the Incredible Hulk. Feared by the public and hunted by the army, the Hulk becomes one of the most tragic figures in Marvel's history. General "Thunderbolt" Ross will not rest until the Hulk is destroyed. The creature's only allies are Rick Jones and Betty Ross, Thunderbolt's daughter and Banner's one true love. Thus begins the epic saga of the world's mightiest mortal. NOTE: Notice that the Hulk was colored grey for the first few issues of his series. In an interview, Stan Lee (creator) said very simply that the reason for this was that grey was the easiest color for the copiers of the time to print. When the technology got better the Hulk became green, and according to Stan, for no better reason than they didn't have a green hero in their stable yet.

  • Issue #103UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. The first appearance and origin of the Incredible Hulk in "The Coming of the Hulk." Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Paul Reinman. 1st app. Rick Jones, General Ross, and Betty Ross. It's the height of the Cold War and the government is about to test their new Gamma Bomb. Unfortunately, a carefree and oblivious teenager named Rick Jones wanders out onto the test area. Dr. Bruce Banner, the creator of the Gamma Bomb, rushes out to warn the young man away. However, the bomb explodes and as Banner pushes the teenager to safety he is caught in the heart of a Gamma maelstrom. The gamma-rays that bombard Banner's taunt frame transform his physiology. Now, whenever Banner becomes angry he transforms into the man-brute known as the Incredible Hulk. Feared by the public and hunted by the army, the Hulk becomes one of the most tragic figures in Marvel's history. General "Thunderbolt" Ross will not rest until the Hulk is destroyed. The creature's only allies are Rick Jones and Betty Ross, Thunderbolt's daughter and Banner's one true love. Thus begins the epic saga of the world's mightiest mortal. NOTE: Notice that the Hulk was colored grey for the first few issues of his series. In an interview, Stan Lee (creator) said very simply that the reason for this was that grey was the easiest color for the copiers of the time to print. When the technology got better the Hulk became green, and according to Stan, for no better reason than they didn't have a green hero in their stable yet.

  • Issue #104UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. The first appearance and origin of the Incredible Hulk in "The Coming of the Hulk." Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Paul Reinman. 1st app. Rick Jones, General Ross, and Betty Ross. It's the height of the Cold War and the government is about to test their new Gamma Bomb. Unfortunately, a carefree and oblivious teenager named Rick Jones wanders out onto the test area. Dr. Bruce Banner, the creator of the Gamma Bomb, rushes out to warn the young man away. However, the bomb explodes and as Banner pushes the teenager to safety he is caught in the heart of a Gamma maelstrom. The gamma-rays that bombard Banner's taunt frame transform his physiology. Now, whenever Banner becomes angry he transforms into the man-brute known as the Incredible Hulk. Feared by the public and hunted by the army, the Hulk becomes one of the most tragic figures in Marvel's history. General "Thunderbolt" Ross will not rest until the Hulk is destroyed. The creature's only allies are Rick Jones and Betty Ross, Thunderbolt's daughter and Banner's one true love. Thus begins the epic saga of the world's mightiest mortal. NOTE: Notice that the Hulk was colored grey for the first few issues of his series. In an interview, Stan Lee (creator) said very simply that the reason for this was that grey was the easiest color for the copiers of the time to print. When the technology got better the Hulk became green, and according to Stan, for no better reason than they didn't have a green hero in their stable yet.

  • Issue #105UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. The first appearance and origin of the Incredible Hulk in "The Coming of the Hulk." Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Paul Reinman. 1st app. Rick Jones, General Ross, and Betty Ross. It's the height of the Cold War and the government is about to test their new Gamma Bomb. Unfortunately, a carefree and oblivious teenager named Rick Jones wanders out onto the test area. Dr. Bruce Banner, the creator of the Gamma Bomb, rushes out to warn the young man away. However, the bomb explodes and as Banner pushes the teenager to safety he is caught in the heart of a Gamma maelstrom. The gamma-rays that bombard Banner's taunt frame transform his physiology. Now, whenever Banner becomes angry he transforms into the man-brute known as the Incredible Hulk. Feared by the public and hunted by the army, the Hulk becomes one of the most tragic figures in Marvel's history. General "Thunderbolt" Ross will not rest until the Hulk is destroyed. The creature's only allies are Rick Jones and Betty Ross, Thunderbolt's daughter and Banner's one true love. Thus begins the epic saga of the world's mightiest mortal. NOTE: Notice that the Hulk was colored grey for the first few issues of his series. In an interview, Stan Lee (creator) said very simply that the reason for this was that grey was the easiest color for the copiers of the time to print. When the technology got better the Hulk became green, and according to Stan, for no better reason than they didn't have a green hero in their stable yet.

  • Issue #106UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. The first appearance and origin of the Incredible Hulk in "The Coming of the Hulk." Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Paul Reinman. 1st app. Rick Jones, General Ross, and Betty Ross. It's the height of the Cold War and the government is about to test their new Gamma Bomb. Unfortunately, a carefree and oblivious teenager named Rick Jones wanders out onto the test area. Dr. Bruce Banner, the creator of the Gamma Bomb, rushes out to warn the young man away. However, the bomb explodes and as Banner pushes the teenager to safety he is caught in the heart of a Gamma maelstrom. The gamma-rays that bombard Banner's taunt frame transform his physiology. Now, whenever Banner becomes angry he transforms into the man-brute known as the Incredible Hulk. Feared by the public and hunted by the army, the Hulk becomes one of the most tragic figures in Marvel's history. General "Thunderbolt" Ross will not rest until the Hulk is destroyed. The creature's only allies are Rick Jones and Betty Ross, Thunderbolt's daughter and Banner's one true love. Thus begins the epic saga of the world's mightiest mortal. NOTE: Notice that the Hulk was colored grey for the first few issues of his series. In an interview, Stan Lee (creator) said very simply that the reason for this was that grey was the easiest color for the copiers of the time to print. When the technology got better the Hulk became green, and according to Stan, for no better reason than they didn't have a green hero in their stable yet.

  • Issue #107UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. The first appearance and origin of the Incredible Hulk in "The Coming of the Hulk." Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Paul Reinman. 1st app. Rick Jones, General Ross, and Betty Ross. It's the height of the Cold War and the government is about to test their new Gamma Bomb. Unfortunately, a carefree and oblivious teenager named Rick Jones wanders out onto the test area. Dr. Bruce Banner, the creator of the Gamma Bomb, rushes out to warn the young man away. However, the bomb explodes and as Banner pushes the teenager to safety he is caught in the heart of a Gamma maelstrom. The gamma-rays that bombard Banner's taunt frame transform his physiology. Now, whenever Banner becomes angry he transforms into the man-brute known as the Incredible Hulk. Feared by the public and hunted by the army, the Hulk becomes one of the most tragic figures in Marvel's history. General "Thunderbolt" Ross will not rest until the Hulk is destroyed. The creature's only allies are Rick Jones and Betty Ross, Thunderbolt's daughter and Banner's one true love. Thus begins the epic saga of the world's mightiest mortal. NOTE: Notice that the Hulk was colored grey for the first few issues of his series. In an interview, Stan Lee (creator) said very simply that the reason for this was that grey was the easiest color for the copiers of the time to print. When the technology got better the Hulk became green, and according to Stan, for no better reason than they didn't have a green hero in their stable yet.

  • Issue #108UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. The first appearance and origin of the Incredible Hulk in "The Coming of the Hulk." Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Paul Reinman. 1st app. Rick Jones, General Ross, and Betty Ross. It's the height of the Cold War and the government is about to test their new Gamma Bomb. Unfortunately, a carefree and oblivious teenager named Rick Jones wanders out onto the test area. Dr. Bruce Banner, the creator of the Gamma Bomb, rushes out to warn the young man away. However, the bomb explodes and as Banner pushes the teenager to safety he is caught in the heart of a Gamma maelstrom. The gamma-rays that bombard Banner's taunt frame transform his physiology. Now, whenever Banner becomes angry he transforms into the man-brute known as the Incredible Hulk. Feared by the public and hunted by the army, the Hulk becomes one of the most tragic figures in Marvel's history. General "Thunderbolt" Ross will not rest until the Hulk is destroyed. The creature's only allies are Rick Jones and Betty Ross, Thunderbolt's daughter and Banner's one true love. Thus begins the epic saga of the world's mightiest mortal. NOTE: Notice that the Hulk was colored grey for the first few issues of his series. In an interview, Stan Lee (creator) said very simply that the reason for this was that grey was the easiest color for the copiers of the time to print. When the technology got better the Hulk became green, and according to Stan, for no better reason than they didn't have a green hero in their stable yet.

  • Issue #109UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. The first appearance and origin of the Incredible Hulk in "The Coming of the Hulk." Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Paul Reinman. 1st app. Rick Jones, General Ross, and Betty Ross. It's the height of the Cold War and the government is about to test their new Gamma Bomb. Unfortunately, a carefree and oblivious teenager named Rick Jones wanders out onto the test area. Dr. Bruce Banner, the creator of the Gamma Bomb, rushes out to warn the young man away. However, the bomb explodes and as Banner pushes the teenager to safety he is caught in the heart of a Gamma maelstrom. The gamma-rays that bombard Banner's taunt frame transform his physiology. Now, whenever Banner becomes angry he transforms into the man-brute known as the Incredible Hulk. Feared by the public and hunted by the army, the Hulk becomes one of the most tragic figures in Marvel's history. General "Thunderbolt" Ross will not rest until the Hulk is destroyed. The creature's only allies are Rick Jones and Betty Ross, Thunderbolt's daughter and Banner's one true love. Thus begins the epic saga of the world's mightiest mortal. NOTE: Notice that the Hulk was colored grey for the first few issues of his series. In an interview, Stan Lee (creator) said very simply that the reason for this was that grey was the easiest color for the copiers of the time to print. When the technology got better the Hulk became green, and according to Stan, for no better reason than they didn't have a green hero in their stable yet.

  • Issue #110UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. The first appearance and origin of the Incredible Hulk in "The Coming of the Hulk." Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Paul Reinman. 1st app. Rick Jones, General Ross, and Betty Ross. It's the height of the Cold War and the government is about to test their new Gamma Bomb. Unfortunately, a carefree and oblivious teenager named Rick Jones wanders out onto the test area. Dr. Bruce Banner, the creator of the Gamma Bomb, rushes out to warn the young man away. However, the bomb explodes and as Banner pushes the teenager to safety he is caught in the heart of a Gamma maelstrom. The gamma-rays that bombard Banner's taunt frame transform his physiology. Now, whenever Banner becomes angry he transforms into the man-brute known as the Incredible Hulk. Feared by the public and hunted by the army, the Hulk becomes one of the most tragic figures in Marvel's history. General "Thunderbolt" Ross will not rest until the Hulk is destroyed. The creature's only allies are Rick Jones and Betty Ross, Thunderbolt's daughter and Banner's one true love. Thus begins the epic saga of the world's mightiest mortal. NOTE: Notice that the Hulk was colored grey for the first few issues of his series. In an interview, Stan Lee (creator) said very simply that the reason for this was that grey was the easiest color for the copiers of the time to print. When the technology got better the Hulk became green, and according to Stan, for no better reason than they didn't have a green hero in their stable yet.

  • Issue #111UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. The first appearance and origin of the Incredible Hulk in "The Coming of the Hulk." Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Paul Reinman. 1st app. Rick Jones, General Ross, and Betty Ross. It's the height of the Cold War and the government is about to test their new Gamma Bomb. Unfortunately, a carefree and oblivious teenager named Rick Jones wanders out onto the test area. Dr. Bruce Banner, the creator of the Gamma Bomb, rushes out to warn the young man away. However, the bomb explodes and as Banner pushes the teenager to safety he is caught in the heart of a Gamma maelstrom. The gamma-rays that bombard Banner's taunt frame transform his physiology. Now, whenever Banner becomes angry he transforms into the man-brute known as the Incredible Hulk. Feared by the public and hunted by the army, the Hulk becomes one of the most tragic figures in Marvel's history. General "Thunderbolt" Ross will not rest until the Hulk is destroyed. The creature's only allies are Rick Jones and Betty Ross, Thunderbolt's daughter and Banner's one true love. Thus begins the epic saga of the world's mightiest mortal. NOTE: Notice that the Hulk was colored grey for the first few issues of his series. In an interview, Stan Lee (creator) said very simply that the reason for this was that grey was the easiest color for the copiers of the time to print. When the technology got better the Hulk became green, and according to Stan, for no better reason than they didn't have a green hero in their stable yet.

  • Issue #112UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. The first appearance and origin of the Incredible Hulk in "The Coming of the Hulk." Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Paul Reinman. 1st app. Rick Jones, General Ross, and Betty Ross. It's the height of the Cold War and the government is about to test their new Gamma Bomb. Unfortunately, a carefree and oblivious teenager named Rick Jones wanders out onto the test area. Dr. Bruce Banner, the creator of the Gamma Bomb, rushes out to warn the young man away. However, the bomb explodes and as Banner pushes the teenager to safety he is caught in the heart of a Gamma maelstrom. The gamma-rays that bombard Banner's taunt frame transform his physiology. Now, whenever Banner becomes angry he transforms into the man-brute known as the Incredible Hulk. Feared by the public and hunted by the army, the Hulk becomes one of the most tragic figures in Marvel's history. General "Thunderbolt" Ross will not rest until the Hulk is destroyed. The creature's only allies are Rick Jones and Betty Ross, Thunderbolt's daughter and Banner's one true love. Thus begins the epic saga of the world's mightiest mortal. NOTE: Notice that the Hulk was colored grey for the first few issues of his series. In an interview, Stan Lee (creator) said very simply that the reason for this was that grey was the easiest color for the copiers of the time to print. When the technology got better the Hulk became green, and according to Stan, for no better reason than they didn't have a green hero in their stable yet.

  • Issue #113UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. The first appearance and origin of the Incredible Hulk in "The Coming of the Hulk." Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Paul Reinman. 1st app. Rick Jones, General Ross, and Betty Ross. It's the height of the Cold War and the government is about to test their new Gamma Bomb. Unfortunately, a carefree and oblivious teenager named Rick Jones wanders out onto the test area. Dr. Bruce Banner, the creator of the Gamma Bomb, rushes out to warn the young man away. However, the bomb explodes and as Banner pushes the teenager to safety he is caught in the heart of a Gamma maelstrom. The gamma-rays that bombard Banner's taunt frame transform his physiology. Now, whenever Banner becomes angry he transforms into the man-brute known as the Incredible Hulk. Feared by the public and hunted by the army, the Hulk becomes one of the most tragic figures in Marvel's history. General "Thunderbolt" Ross will not rest until the Hulk is destroyed. The creature's only allies are Rick Jones and Betty Ross, Thunderbolt's daughter and Banner's one true love. Thus begins the epic saga of the world's mightiest mortal. NOTE: Notice that the Hulk was colored grey for the first few issues of his series. In an interview, Stan Lee (creator) said very simply that the reason for this was that grey was the easiest color for the copiers of the time to print. When the technology got better the Hulk became green, and according to Stan, for no better reason than they didn't have a green hero in their stable yet.

  • Issue #114UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. The first appearance and origin of the Incredible Hulk in "The Coming of the Hulk." Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Paul Reinman. 1st app. Rick Jones, General Ross, and Betty Ross. It's the height of the Cold War and the government is about to test their new Gamma Bomb. Unfortunately, a carefree and oblivious teenager named Rick Jones wanders out onto the test area. Dr. Bruce Banner, the creator of the Gamma Bomb, rushes out to warn the young man away. However, the bomb explodes and as Banner pushes the teenager to safety he is caught in the heart of a Gamma maelstrom. The gamma-rays that bombard Banner's taunt frame transform his physiology. Now, whenever Banner becomes angry he transforms into the man-brute known as the Incredible Hulk. Feared by the public and hunted by the army, the Hulk becomes one of the most tragic figures in Marvel's history. General "Thunderbolt" Ross will not rest until the Hulk is destroyed. The creature's only allies are Rick Jones and Betty Ross, Thunderbolt's daughter and Banner's one true love. Thus begins the epic saga of the world's mightiest mortal. NOTE: Notice that the Hulk was colored grey for the first few issues of his series. In an interview, Stan Lee (creator) said very simply that the reason for this was that grey was the easiest color for the copiers of the time to print. When the technology got better the Hulk became green, and according to Stan, for no better reason than they didn't have a green hero in their stable yet.

  • Issue #116UK
    Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st Series) UK Edition 116UK

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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. "The Eve of Annihilation!" Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Dan Adkins. Trimpe cover.

  • Issue #117UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. "Lo, The Leader Lives!" Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Dan Adkins. Cameos by Captain America, the Black Panther, Goliath, Hawkeye, and the Watcher. Trimpe/Adkins cover.

  • Issue #118UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. "Lo, The Leader Lives!" Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Dan Adkins. Cameos by Captain America, the Black Panther, Goliath, Hawkeye, and the Watcher. Trimpe/Adkins cover.

  • Issue #121UK
    Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st Series) UK Edition 121UK

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    UK Edition. Cover art by Herb Trimpe. Within the Swamp There Stirs...a Glob!, script by Roy Thomas, art by Herb Trimpe; Hulk is leaping over Florida when he is accidentally struck by a missile causing him to crash land in the swamp; Coming across an old U.S. government cabin, Hulk destroys some barrels of radioactive waste which creates a muck monster soon to be known as the Glob; The army is in the marsh hunting the Hulk when the Glob captures Betty, thinking she is the woman he loved back in the days when he was a human; The Hulk and the Glob battle but the muck monster ends up giving his life in helping the Hulk save Betty from anti-radioactive goop that Ross has poured into the swamp in order to kill both the Glob and the Hulk. 36 pgs. $0.15.

  • Issue #122UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. "Lo, The Leader Lives!" Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Dan Adkins. Cameos by Captain America, the Black Panther, Goliath, Hawkeye, and the Watcher. Trimpe/Adkins cover.

  • Issue #123UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. "Lo, The Leader Lives!" Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Dan Adkins. Cameos by Captain America, the Black Panther, Goliath, Hawkeye, and the Watcher. Trimpe/Adkins cover.

  • Issue #124UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. "Lo, The Leader Lives!" Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Dan Adkins. Cameos by Captain America, the Black Panther, Goliath, Hawkeye, and the Watcher. Trimpe/Adkins cover.

  • Issue #125UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. "Lo, The Leader Lives!" Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Dan Adkins. Cameos by Captain America, the Black Panther, Goliath, Hawkeye, and the Watcher. Trimpe/Adkins cover.

  • Issue #126UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. "Lo, The Leader Lives!" Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Dan Adkins. Cameos by Captain America, the Black Panther, Goliath, Hawkeye, and the Watcher. Trimpe/Adkins cover.

  • Issue #127UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. "Lo, The Leader Lives!" Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Dan Adkins. Cameos by Captain America, the Black Panther, Goliath, Hawkeye, and the Watcher. Trimpe/Adkins cover.

  • Issue #128UK
    Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st Series) UK Edition 128UK

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    UK Edition. Cover art by Herb Trimpe. And In This Corner...the Avengers!, script by Roy Thomas, art by Herb Trimpe; Underground the Green Goliath is trekking towards the San Andreas Fault!; and Thunderbolt Ross fears that the powerful behemoth could accidentally trigger a catastrophic earthquake in California; so the esteemed general calls for help from Earth's Mightiest Heroes; The Avengers link up with General Ross, Colonel Talbot, and Betty just west of the Rockies to set a trap for their gamma-radiated guest; The Vision descends through the solid rock to lure the Hulk to the surface, and then the Avengers attack en masse; The Incredible Hulk vs. the Mighty Avengers; An epic encounter to save the Western United States; Flashback cameos by Loki, Ant-Man, Iron Man, Thor, and the Wasp; Avengers Lineup: Black Panther, Goliath, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, and the Vision. Notes: The Avengers appear in this story in-between issues 76 and 77 of their own title. This issue features a nifty full-page panel (page 16) of all five avengers battling the Hulk. This issue also includes a half-page survey for readers to complete and mail back to the Marvel bullpen. This story was reprinted in Marvel Super-Heroes 80. 36 pgs. $0.15.

  • Issue #129UK
    Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st Series) UK Edition 129UK

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    UK Edition. Cover art by Herb Trimpe. Again the Glob, script by Roy Thomas, art by Herb Trimpe; The Leader resurrects the Glob to destroy the Hulk. Continued in Captain Marvel #20, 21. 36 pgs. $0.15.

  • Issue #130UK
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    UK Edition. Cover art by Herb Trimpe. If I Kill You, I Die!, script by Roy Thomas, art by Herb Trimpe; Bruce Banner reunites with an old classmate in gamma studies and the two cobble together a machine to end the menace of the Hulk; When Raoul uses the gammatron, it separates Bruce and the Hulk into two individual beings; Banner runs to Ross with the Hulk in hot pursuit and he decides that the only way to contain him is to merge once again with the jade giant. Continued from Captain Marvel #21. 36 pgs. $0.15.

  • Issue #131UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. "Lo, The Leader Lives!" Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Dan Adkins. Cameos by Captain America, the Black Panther, Goliath, Hawkeye, and the Watcher. Trimpe/Adkins cover.

  • Issue #132UK
    Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st Series) UK Edition 132UK

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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. Hulk finds himself "In the Hands of HYDRA!" Script by Roy Thomas, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by John Severin. Trimpe/Severin cover.

  • Issue #133UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. "Lo, The Leader Lives!" Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Dan Adkins. Cameos by Captain America, the Black Panther, Goliath, Hawkeye, and the Watcher. Trimpe/Adkins cover.

  • Issue #134UK
    Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st Series) UK Edition 134UK

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    UK Edition. Cover art by Herb Trimpe. Among Us Walks... The Golem, script by Roy Thomas, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Sal Buscema; Hulk finds himself embroiled in a war to overthrow the dictator of Morvania and the peasents see him as an incarnation of the Golem who will save them. 36 pgs. $0.15.

  • Issue #135UK
    Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st Series) UK Edition 135UK

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    UK Edition. Cover art by Herb Trimpe. Descent Into the Time-Stream, script by Roy Thomas, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Sal Buscema; Kang plucks Hulk from the present and whisks him back to World War I to stop the Phantom Eagle from accomplishing a mission which will prevent the Avengers and the Hulk himself from ever existing; When the Hulk returns to the present with Kang's plans foiled, he finally reverts back to Bruce Banner. 36 pgs. $0.15.

  • Issue #136UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. "Lo, The Leader Lives!" Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Dan Adkins. Cameos by Captain America, the Black Panther, Goliath, Hawkeye, and the Watcher. Trimpe/Adkins cover.

  • Issue #137UK
    Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st Series) UK Edition 137UK

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    UK Edition. Cover art by Herb Trimpe. The Stars Mine Enemy!, script by Gerry Conway and Roy Thomas, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Mike Esposito; Hulk finds himself aboard a spaceship where he is pressed into service; Hulk settles into this new life with alien comrades, even though the first mate of the ship is the Abomination, one of his most hated enemies; After the Abomination tries to kill him, Hulk is brought before the ship's half-human and half-robot captain, Cybor, who explains the cause of his quest to track down and kill the monstrous Klaatu; As the ship's crew has a final confrontation with Klaatu, Abomination starts a fight with the Hulk and both of them battle as they fall back into Earth's atmosphere. 36 pgs. $0.15.

  • Issue #138UK
    Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st Series) UK Edition 138UK

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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. The Sandman versus the Hulk in "Sincerely, the Sandman!" Scirpt by Roy Thomas, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Sam Grainger. Trimpe cover.

  • Issue #140UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. "Lo, The Leader Lives!" Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Dan Adkins. Cameos by Captain America, the Black Panther, Goliath, Hawkeye, and the Watcher. Trimpe/Adkins cover.

  • Issue #141UK
    Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st Series) UK Edition 141UK

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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. Cover art by Herb Trimpe. His Name Is... Samson!, script by Roy Thomas, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by John Severin; Ross enlists the aid of Dr. Samson in siphoning off the Hulk's power to revert Betty from her crystal state and to rid Bruce of the Hulk forever; The experiment is a success, and Leonard uses more of the Hulk's energy to turn himself into a super hero; Watching Doc Samson trying to win Betty's affections, Bruce gets jealous and turns himself into the Hulk once more. House ad for Iron Man #39. 36 pgs. $0.15.

  • Issue #142UK
    Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st Series) UK Edition 142UK

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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. Cover art by Herb Trimpe. His Name Is... Samson!, script by Roy Thomas, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by John Severin; Ross enlists the aid of Dr. Samson in siphoning off the Hulk's power to revert Betty from her crystal state and to rid Bruce of the Hulk forever; The experiment is a success, and Leonard uses more of the Hulk's energy to turn himself into a super hero; Watching Doc Samson trying to win Betty's affections, Bruce gets jealous and turns himself into the Hulk once more. House ad for Iron Man #39. 36 pgs. $0.15.

  • Issue #143UK
    Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st Series) UK Edition 143UK

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    UK Edition. Cover art by Herb Trimpe. Sanctuary!, script by Roy Thomas, pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by John Severin; As Bruce is being pursued by the police, he is picked up by Dr. Doom's limo and taken to the Latverian embassy; When Ross and his contingent of soldiers show up to ask Doom to relinquish his guest, he releases a Hulk robot instead; The army quickly destroys the robot, thinking they have done away with the real thing; Bruce bristles at the thought of having Doom as his savior so the villain gasses him and takes him back to Latveria; Doom uses his "subliminal inducer" on Banner, hoping to make both he and his monstrous alter-ego his willing servants. 36 pgs. $0.15.

  • Issue #144UK
    Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st Series) UK Edition 144UK

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    UK Edition. Last 15-cent cover price issue. Cover pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by John Severin. The Monster and the Madman!, script by Roy Thomas and Gary Friedrich, pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by John Severin; General Ross, Betty, Glenn and Samson think the Hulk is dead which is exactly how Dr. Doom wants it; Having made Bruce his willing servant using the awesome power of suggestion, Doom has him construct a gamma bomb with which he plans on subjugating a neighboring nation; Love, alas, brings Doom's well laid plans low as Valeria interferes in Bruce's subliminal programming to save the lives of thousands; The Hulk, not too happy about being controlled, comes close to crushing Doom like a tin can before he leaps off into the sunset; Iron Man cameo. 32 pgs. $0.15.

  • Issue #145UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. The Hulk's origin is retold in this 52-page giant. Cover pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by John Severin. Godspawn, script by Roy Thomas (plot) and Len Wein (script), pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by John Severin; Hulk is trying to make his way home from Latveria but ends up in the Sahara desert where he stumbles upon a movie set; The director gets the wild idea to put the Hulk in his film but is thwarted in his efforts when his new star transforms into puny Banner; Bruce gets abducted by aliens who have arrived to witness a gladiatorial contest thousands of years in the making; When Bruce accidentally nullifies one of the stone combatants, the Hulk is left to fight the Colossus on his own; Meanwhile, back at Gamma Base, Ross unveils his plans for a military instillation designed to take down the Hulk. 52 pgs.

  • Issue #146UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. Cover pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by John Severin. And the Measure of a Man Is...Death!, script by Gerry Conway, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by John Severin; Hulk is still wandering around the Sahara desert trying to figure out how to get home when he is attacked by the Israeli army; Faring no better than their American counterparts, the Israelis watch helplessly as Hulk hitches a ride on a plane headed for the U.S.; Meanwhile, as Ross oversees construction of the new Project: Greenskin, Jim comes to him with information about the Leader's sinister plans to replace key people, including the president, with androids. 36 pgs.

  • Issue #147UK
    Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st Series) UK Edition 147UK

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    UK Edition. Cover pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by John Severin. The End of Doc Samson!, script by Gerry Conway, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by John Severin; Hulk and Samson tear into the Leader's gamma powered construct in front of the president; Samson takes a gamma blast that turns him back into his normal human form. Heaven Is a Very Small Place!, script by Roy Thomas, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by John Severin; The Hulk is fooled by an elaborate mirage in the desert. 36 pgs. $0.20.

  • Issue #148UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. "Lo, The Leader Lives!" Script by Stan Lee, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Dan Adkins. Cameos by Captain America, the Black Panther, Goliath, Hawkeye, and the Watcher. Trimpe/Adkins cover.

  • Issue #149UK
    Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st Series) UK Edition 149UK

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    UK Edition. Cover pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by John Severin. And Who Shall Claim This Earth His Own? The Inheritor, script by Archie Goodwin, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by John Severin; Project Greenskin proves to be a success as it is able to contain the Hulk until he once again reverts to Bruce Banner; Bruce uses the state-of-the-art labs housed within the complex to begin work on a new cure for his monstrous condition but his scientific studies are interrupted by a highly evolved cockroach bent on world domination; High Evolutionary cameo; first appearance of The Inheritor. 36 pgs. $0.20.

  • Issue #151UK
    Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st Series) UK Edition 151UK

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    UK Edition. Cover pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by John Severin. When Monsters Meet!, script by Archie Goodwin, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by John Severin; Bruce heads to Washington D.C. to try and enlist Hank Pym's help in shrinking him small enough to reach Jarella's subatomic world; Enraged when he can't track down Ant-Man, Bruce turns into the Hulk and has to fend off a toxic glob that used to be a U.S. senator who was using Hulk's gamma irradiated blood to try and cure his cancer (which obviously turned out to be a bad idea). Statement of Ownership average # of copies in preceding 12 months: 367,427. 32 pgs. $0.20.

  • Issue #152UK
    Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st Series) UK Edition 152UK

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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. The Hulk is on trial in "But Who Will Judge the Hulk?" Script by Gary Friedrich, pencils by Herb Trimpe and Dick Ayers, inks by Frank Giacoia. Guest starring Nick Fury, Captain America, and Matt Murdock (Daredevil), with appearances by the Fantastic Four and cameos by J. Jonah Jameson, Peter Parker (Spider-Man), the Black Widow, Richard Nixon, and Spiro Agnew. Trimpe/John Severin cover.

  • Issue #153UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. The Hulk is on trial in "But Who Will Judge the Hulk?" Script by Gary Friedrich, pencils by Herb Trimpe and Dick Ayers, inks by Frank Giacoia. Guest starring Nick Fury, Captain America, and Matt Murdock (Daredevil), with appearances by the Fantastic Four and cameos by J. Jonah Jameson, Peter Parker (Spider-Man), the Black Widow, Richard Nixon, and Spiro Agnew. Trimpe/John Severin cover.

  • Issue #154UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. The Hulk is on trial in "But Who Will Judge the Hulk?" Script by Gary Friedrich, pencils by Herb Trimpe and Dick Ayers, inks by Frank Giacoia. Guest starring Nick Fury, Captain America, and Matt Murdock (Daredevil), with appearances by the Fantastic Four and cameos by J. Jonah Jameson, Peter Parker (Spider-Man), the Black Widow, Richard Nixon, and Spiro Agnew. Trimpe/John Severin cover.

  • Issue #155UK
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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. The Hulk is on trial in "But Who Will Judge the Hulk?" Script by Gary Friedrich, pencils by Herb Trimpe and Dick Ayers, inks by Frank Giacoia. Guest starring Nick Fury, Captain America, and Matt Murdock (Daredevil), with appearances by the Fantastic Four and cameos by J. Jonah Jameson, Peter Parker (Spider-Man), the Black Widow, Richard Nixon, and Spiro Agnew. Trimpe/John Severin cover.