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Appearing in "This Means War"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #390

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  • Hulk (Appears in flashback and main story)

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Synopsis for "This Means War"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #390

Hulk and Rick Jones are sent as reinforcements to Trans-Sabal, a country ruled by a tyrant called Farnoq. Trans-Sabal troops are winning over the Pantheon's using war rob-ots provided by SHIELD. Hulk trashes all robots. Farnoq asks the US for help, and they send X-Factor to contain the Hulk and the Pantheon. Meanwhile, Betty Ross receives a call from a woman who says is Rick Jones' mother.

Appearing in "X-Calation"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #391

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  • Shurk (Only appearance; dies)[1]

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Synopsis for "X-Calation"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #391

While the Pantheon troops counter-attack Trans-Sabal's, Hulk makes his own against X-Factor. Finally, Havok, the most powerful from X-Factor, discharges large amounts of gamma rays at the Hulk causing a tremendous blast. Meanwhile, Betty Ross and Marlo Chandler meet the woman who claims to be Rick Jones' mother.

Appearing in "Fortunes of War"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #392

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  • Zack Galvin (Death)

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Synopsis for "Fortunes of War"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #392

X-Factor faces the Pantheon's forces until they discover that they have been manipulated by Farnoq. Kaos is tied to an atomic missile that is launched, but Hulk saves Kaos. Farnoq is captured, but his people forgive him, and even worship him. Rick Jones kills him by shooting at him from the Mandroid Armor.

Appearing in "The Closing Circle"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #393

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Synopsis for "The Closing Circle"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #393

Igor Drenkov, Banner's assistant and Russian spy during the G-Bomb test, reveals his ongoing nightmare: the making of the Hulk. He meant to kill Bruce Banner and steal the bomb plans. But he end up responsible for the Hulk's existence. Also, the Pantheon fight the Russian Supersoldiers.

Appearing in "Cold Storage"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #394

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Synopsis for "Cold Storage"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #394

Trauma tries to kidnap Atalanta who was lost in the Himalayas. Hulk, who went looking for Atalanta, faces Trauma. But Trauma's weapon proves too powerful for Jade Jaws, who drops injured with a hole in his back. Hulk heals, finds Atalanta, defeats Trauma, and takes off. Meanwhile, Marlo Chandler and Betty Ross tell Rick Jones that they met his mother. Rick thought she died when he was a kid.

Appearing in "Return to Vegas"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #395

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Synopsis for "Return to Vegas"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #395

Hulk returns to Vegas as Joe Fixit to avenge Berengetti's death. Jackie shows up claiming to be Rick's long lost mother.

Appearing in "Frost Bite"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #396

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Synopsis for "Frost Bite"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #396

First, the Hulk soundly defeats Dr.Octopus. Then, Hulk, the Punisher, the Pantheon, and the police, defeat the murderers of Berengetti. Hulk takes care of Frost, and accidentally takes his head off. Frost's head kept on talking until it blasted. Frost seemingly dies.

Appearing in "Mano A Mano"Edit


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Synopsis for "Mano A Mano"Edit


The Hulk and the Thing are in a bar having an arm wrestling match. The two seem equally matched, despite the fact that the Hulk should be able to overpower the Thing. The villain known as Mentallo hires a host of super villains to attack the Hulk. The villains try everything from laser fire to power tools, but nothing can interrupt their arm wrestling match. Mentallo even drops a bomb on the bar, but all this succeeds in doing is destroying the bar and all of the furniture. Ignoring the villains, the Hulk and the Thing decide to finish the match next week.

Appearing in "X-Communication"Edit

Reprinted from X-Factor #76

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  • Jolel, a religious zealot - (Death)
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Synopsis for "X-Communication"Edit

Reprinted from X-Factor #76

X-Factor is fighting the Pantheon and their ally, the Hulk, in Trans-Sabal. Havok has disappeared when blasting the Hulk and Wolfsbane was knocked miles from the scene. She is found by a man called Jolel, a religious zealot, and his sister and they tie her up, thinking she is part of the Pantheon. With the aid of the sister, Rahne can escape but then Jolel kills his sister and Rahne losing control in turn kills him. She is taken from the place by Quicksilver, while X-Factor defeats a part of the Pantheon.



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