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Appearing in "The Boy Who Cried Hulk!"Edit
- Todd Gregory
- Mr. Torrance
- Bruno the Strongman
- Jip, Todd's dog
- John Gregory
- Mrs. Gregory
- High Flying Tortonis
- Coco the Clown
- the intrepid lion-tamer Doctor Savage
- Country Carnival
Synopsis for "The Boy Who Cried Hulk!"Edit
When the Hulk happens upon a carnival, his curious wanderings causes damage to the amusement park which is blamed on a young boy who has snuck into the property to take a peek. When the carnival owner brings the boy to his parents, his father beats him. The next day, when Bruce Banner finds the boy (Bruce has since taken up a job at the carnival) he blames himself for Hulk's actions and decides to take the boy out to the carnival at his own expense.
When the carnival owner threatens to hit the boy, this causes Bruce to change into the Hulk and go on a rampage about the park. The boy is brought back home to his abusive father, and Bruce changes back to human form. The next day, the carnival owner has the boy brought to him and he offers the boy free admission if he helps capture the Hulk and make him a star attraction.
When Bruce hears of the boy's abduction, he changes into the Hulk and goes on a rampage until the carnival owner gives over the boy. The Hulk then takes the boy back to his parents and warns the boy's father to never strike the boy again, or suffer the wrath of the Hulk.
Appearing in "Graven Image of Death!"Edit
- Fenton Crane (First appearance)
- Joel Luxor
- Anton Varro
- Jim Polhaus
- Horus (Mentioned)
- Office building
- Riverside Drive
- The Sun-Times office
- Egypt (Mentioned)
Synopsis for "Graven Image of Death!"Edit
When trying to stop a murderer from escaping from his crime, Moon Knight gets caught up in a conspiracy to steal the Horus Statue, and ancient Egyptian statuette. When Moon Knight's assailant tells the Knight that he was hired by the wealthy Joel Luxor, Luxor is murdered before he can get any answers.
After tracking down the facts, he sends Marlene to find Fenton Crane, however Moon Knight learns too late that Crane is the mastermind behind the whole plot. Moon Knight rushes to rescue Marlene, just as Crane is about to shoot her. This story is continued next issue...
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