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Hulk Visionaries Peter David Vol 1 7

Appearing in "Green Canard"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #383

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Synopsis for "Green Canard"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #383

After a night drinking with her new roommate Marlo Chandler, Betty Banner wakes up and discovers that they cut her hair short and dyed it green. She starts freaking out because they were trying to bleach her hair. He shouts wake up Marlo who is hung over from their night. When they investigate what went wrong, Marlo realizes that she used bathroom cleaner instead of hair bleach when doing Betty's hair. As Betty freaks out, Rick Jones and the Hulk arrive. Seeing his wife's green hair, the Hulk is flattered.

Meanwhile, in New York City, some workers are toiling away in the sewers when they are interrupted by the Abomination who now makes these sewers his home. Exiting the sewers, the Abomination climbs up the apartment building where his former wife, actress Nadia Dornova, is sleeping. Aching to be with his wife again, the unhinged Abomination begs God to give him a sign on what to do. Back in Reno, the Hulk finishes explaining who the Pantheon are and what they do. He then asks Betty to live with him at the Mount while he works with them. Betty turns down the offer, telling him that she needs a normal life. When he tries to convince her to come with him she flinches, giving him all the answer he needs on the subject. Betty reminds him that she asked for time to adjust to the Hulk's recent change. He tells her to take as long as she needs and storms out. Outside, Banner gives into his anger over being rejected by his own life and smashes a parked car. He is joined by Rick Jones who tells him to give Betty the time she needs and she'll bounce back. When the Hulk spots a Pantheon ship hovering overhead, he grabs Rick and they leap aboard. There they are greeted by Ulysses who tells them that they are going to make a brief detour before returning to the Mount and head for New York.

At that moment in New York, Nadia is picked up by her bodyguard Sergi. When he spots the Abomination in his rearview mirror he doesn't alert her of her stalker's presence. But he tells her that he has contacted some friends to help him deal with the problem. Back in Reno, Betty has finished fixing her dye job and admits to Marlo that she wants to establish a normal life outside of the Hulk who she feels doesn't need him anymore. While aboard the Pantheon ship, Ulysses tells the Hulk and Rick that they are going to New York on behalf of their agent Sergi. Sergi has reported that his client, Nadia Dornova, is being stalked by her ex-husband the Abomination. Rick Jones looks forward to a simplistic mission like fighting the Hulk over a cosmic crisis. As Rick is saying this, Doctor Strange is visited by the Silver Surfer. The Surfer warns the Doctor that Thanos is back and if they don't stop him, everything will be destroyed. While deep in the sewers, the Abomination is among the homeless that live down there with him. The Abomination is still mulling over what he should do about his wife, still looking for some kind of sign.

Above ground at the theater where Nadia's play is being put on, the Hulk stakes out the allies nearby while Rick and Sergi watch the play from backstage. Suddenly, people all over the city start to vanish. Web-slinging across the city, Spider-Man's spider-sense is bombarded by the strange disappearances. Back at the theater people begin to panic when half of the audience starts to disappear. Hearing the noise, the Hulk enters the room and witnesses as Rick Jones suddenly disappears while trying to contact his girlfriend Marlo to see if she is okay. Nadia is among the panicked people fleeing the theater and she suddenly trips over her own feet in the middle of the street. Seeing this apparent rapture, the Abomination takes it as a sign and snatches up his ex-wife, who faints at the sight of his horribly disfigured face.

Needing to get above the panic the Hulk leaps to the roof and spots the Abomination carrying Nadia into the sewers and follows after them. The Hulk tries to convince the Abomination to let Nadia go. When he refuses the two come to blows, but during the course of the fight a portal suddenly opens up and the Hulk is sucked inside. Witnessing this, the Abomination takes this as the sign that he and his wife are destined to be together.

Appearing in "Small Talk"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #384

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Synopsis for "Small Talk"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #384

The Hulk is among a group of heroes who have teamed up to try and stop Thanos from using the Infinity Gauntlet to take over the universe. However, the Hulk has found himself shunted back to the sewers of New York City, but at miniature size. Getting a grip of himself, the Hulk at first thinks he has been transported to an alien world. However, after fighting off a proportionately massive sewer rat and seeing the trash-filled water, he recognizes that he is back in New York.

Meanwhile, in Reno, Marlo Chandler calls her mother to let her know that she is okay in light of the fact that half the population of Earth has mysteriously vanished. While dealing with her mother's guilting her over not calling more often, Marlo flips through television channels and comes upon news footage of her boyfriend Rick Jones vanishing with everyone else, causing her to faint. Back in the sewers, the Hulk comes across the Abomination who is carrying his ex-wife Nadia Dornova deeper into the sewers, thinking that he has been told by God that he must take her to his domain. When the Hulk tries to stop the Abomination, he discovers that do to his small stature not only can his old foe not hear him, but he also doesn't have the proportionate strength to do much good. After literally being stepped on by the Abomination, the Hulk begins thinking about his wife during this crisis and hopes that she is okay. Back in Reno, Betty is trying to apply for a job at a crisis hotline. She manages to convince the owner that she is a good fit for the job, and is put on the job immediately because there is a need for people answering phones.

In New York, the Hulk continues to follow the Abomination, trying to think of a way to save Nadia from his clutches. When the Abomination arrives at the homeless commune where he lives, Nadia wakes up and is frightened by her. The Abomination tells her of the chaos that is happening in the streets above and he had taken her here to get away from it. He also talks about knowing and admiring her work when she was in Europe. He doesn't tell her who he really is even though she begins suspecting that she is her ex-husband. When the Abomination explains that he brought her down here out of love, Nadia lashes out at him, demanding to be let free. Hearing the Biblical tone of the Abomination's reasoning, the Hulk decides to whisper in his ear. At that moment in Reno, Betty learns about how half of the population of Earth suddenly disappeared and they have been getting an onslaught of phone calls since the crisis started. She gives Betty a quick crash course and she also meets her new co-worker, a woman named Veronica. She then decides to check to see if Marlo is okay. When Betty gets a busy signal, she assumes that Marlo is okay, unaware that she had passed out.

Back in New York, the Hulk uses his strength and small stature to knock the Abomination around and convince him that he is the voice of God. He manages to convince the Abomination that he needs to let Nadia go. When the Abomination loses his temper he smashes some pipes. Frightened, Nadia tries to flee but the steam from the pipes obscures her ability to see and she runs into a wall knocking her out. Convinced to let her go, the Abomination returns Nadia to her apartment. When she wakes up she thinks it's all a bad dream. The Abomination tells the "voice" that he could not know what it is like to be transformed and live the life of a monster. Considering his job is complete, the Hulk leaps away when suddenly he finds himself caught up in another portal.

Appearing in "Dark Dominion"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #385

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Synopsis for "Dark Dominion"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #385

With half of the population of Earth suddenly snuffed out of existence, the city of New York City has gone into utter chaos as violence and looting explodes on the streets. Amid all the chaos is one man, a being calling himself Gestalt, revels in the carnage. In Central Park, Gestalt watches as a horde of crazed citizen swam a trio of joggers.

In the Theater District, the Hulk finds himself teleported back to Earth once again. Although he is in the middle of a battle to decide the fate of the whole universe, he still can't help but worry about his wife Betty. As he begins looking for a payphone to call his wife, he is struck by a crazed driver. The Hulk isn't injured, but the driver is knocked out. Checking out the wrecked car, Bruce finds a cell phone and uses it to try and call the apartment that Betty shares with Marlo Chandler. He gets a busy signal, figuring that one of the women are chatting on the phone, unaware that the phone has been off the hook since Marlo passed out after seeing Rick Jones suddenly disappear on live television.

While in Central Park, Atalanta has come to New York City to check on her mother. When she is attacked by the swarm of enthralled citizens, she is assisted by Ajax who she brought with her as backup. Meanwhile, Gestalt takes an army of enthralled people to a nearby church and when the priest comes out to tell the people to go home, he has his slaves pull the man outside. As the Hulk leaps across the city, he spots the priest, who has been tied to a burning cross by Gestalt's slaves. The Hulk saves the priest and Gestalt decides to fight him one on one. Suddenly, Gestalt grows in mass so he can match the strength of the Hulk. Forming a spiked club, Gestalt starts beating on his foe, gloating about how he revels in the darkness in the heart of man. As the Hulk begins gaining ground in the fight, Gestalt sicks the enthralled New Yorkers on him. Unwilling to give into Gestalt's powers, the Hulk tosses his victims aside and then uses the club to bludgeon his foe to death.

With Gestalt dead, people begin returning to normal. At that moment, Rick Jones and all the other people who disappeared off the face of the Earth suddenly reappear. In Central Park, a woman cries over the death of her son, who was killed in the attack on Ajax and Atalanta. Her tears and questions hit Atalanta pretty hard. Later Rick asks the Hulk if they won the battle against Thanos. He isn't sure, especially when considering how the people reacted when he was enacting his plans, he considers the battle a draw.

Appearing in "Little Hitler"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #386

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Synopsis for "Little Hitler"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #386

Delphi of the Pantheon is looking into her seeing pool and is horrified to see a possible future where a young man named Max Meer will grow up to become a dictator worse than Hitler himself. Achilles and Ulysses hear Delphi's screams and come to her aid, squabbling over their mutual affection to her along the way. Delphi asks Paris an important question: If he knew someone would become a horrible dictator in forty years, would he kill them?

Meanwhile in Reno, the Hulk, Marlo Chandler, and Betty Banner have come to a bar to watch Rick Jones and his band. Suddenly, Agamemnon appears before the Hulk and asks for his aid on a mission. The Hulk initially declines, saying he already helped enough with the Abomination and he needs time to sort out his life. However, the Hulk changes his mind when Agamemnon tells the Hulk that they had initially sent Achilles on this mission, but he went rogue. When Rick is finished playing he sits down with Betty and Marlo and talks about what it was like being dead for a brief moment. However, their conversation is cut short when the Hulk signals to Rick that it is time to leave. At that moment in Jerusalem, the Meer family -- ambassadors -- are welcomed to Jerusalem. They are apologized to after the attempted assassination attempt in Tel Aviv but are assured that nothing of the sort will happen again. As these assurances are being made, Achilles stands outside the embassy waiting for his moment to strike again.

By this time, the Hulk and Rick Jones are taking one of the Pantheon's ships to Israel. Along the way Agamemnon tells them of Delphi's vision of the boy who is destined to become a dictator. He explains that he sent Achilles to go and convince the family to turn the boy over to the Pantheon to guide him away from this future. However, Achilles went rogue and attempted to kill Max Meer. His previous attempt was thwarted by the Israel super-agent known as Sabra. Before they are out of Agamemnon's range he tells them to try and recruit the boy, if not do what their conscious dictates. Back in Reno, Marlo is upset that Rick just up and left. When Betty tells her to get used to it, Marlo asks why hasn't Betty gotten use to it with her husband. They are soon accosted by a tabloid reporter who wants to know what Betty Banner is doing in the region, however. they are uninterested in talking to the press and take off.

At the Draberg Embassy, Max Meer is bored with all the celebrations and meetings. That is until he meets Gretta Rabin, the daughter to a member of the Knesset. She asks him if he has seen the old city and offers to take him. Their departure is noticed by Officer Ruth Bat-Seraph who tells her superior. He tells Ruth to stay put and follows after the children. Elsewhere in the old city, Rick Jones and the Hulk are trying to locate Max Meer. Rick spots the boy and the police chasing after him, and wonders if this man a legitimate cop or Achilles in disguise. He reports his position to the Hulk and follows after them. However, Rick is cut off by some men carrying a rug and loses them. At the same time, the cop is knocked out by Achilles who takes his uniform. Max and Gretta go to a bookstore where Max seemingly uses mind control powers to haggle down the shop keeper. They are then confronted by Achilles, but they manage to get away.

As Achilles chases after the children, he is spotted by the Hulk who follows after them. By this point, Sabra has caught up to the children and spotting the Hulk thinks he is the real threat and attacks him. Before the Hulk can explain himself, Sabra fires quills that end up striking the Hulk in the mouth, paralyzing his larynx. Thinking that she is facing the savage Hulk and tries to defeat her. Meanwhile, Achilles catches up to Max and is about to shoot him. Max's apparent mental powers cannot affect Achilles because he is wearing sunglasses. But, before he can shoot the child, Rick Jones shoves Achilles out of the way. As the Hulk and Sabra continue to duke it out, Rick is subdued by Achilles. Max and Gretta quickly manage to slip away and find a group of people. Max tells them that he is being chased and compells them to go after Achilles and Rick Jones.

Appearing in "Hiding Behind Mosques"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #387

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Synopsis for "Hiding Behind Mosques"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #387

The Hulk is in Israel to stop Achilles from murdering a young boy named Max Meer. Delphi had a vision where the boy is destined to become a dictator some forty years in the future. This led to the Hulk being attacked by Sabra, Isreal's super-soldier. Before he could explain himself, the Hulk's larynx was paralyzed by her energy quills making it impossible for him to talk. As the two fight it out, Max Meer and his friend Greata Rabin flee from Achilles after the boy used his apparent mental powers to send a mob after their attacker and Rick Jones. Jones and Achilles are forced to work together to get away from the angry mob. Meanwhile, the Hulk is getting fed up with his fight with Sabra as it is taking him away from trying to stop Achilles from killing the boy. The fight takes them smashing into the Museum of Isreal the final straw for Sabra. She lashes out against the Hulk, upset how she was humiliated by being present when the Hulk was pardoned and how she was mocked when the Hulk went on a rampage not even a month later. Still, the Hulk is able to fend off her attacks.

Meanwhile in Reno, Betty Banner arrives at her new job at 1-800 Hotline where she is told to take the day off as a mob of reporters have shown up. Betty tells them to leave her alone and give her some privacy. While back in Israel, Rick and Achilles come out of hiding when the coast is clear. When Rick asks why he has gone rogue on the Pantheon, Achilles tells Jones about how Max Meer is destined to become the next Hitler and he vowed to never let such a thing happen again. When Rick asks what he means, Achilles distracts Rick and knocks him out then takes off to finish his mission.

Sabra and the Hulk are still fighting across the city when they land near the Wailing Wall. Realizing her error, she tries to get away before this ancient landmark can be destroyed. However, the Hulk pulls off her cape, cutting off her ability to fly and begins beating on her. Meanwhile, Achilles is catching up with Max and Gretta. When Max tries to use his mind control powers against Achilles, his invulnerability makes him immune to mind control as well. Back at the Wailing Wall, Sabra dares the Hulk to attack her, stating that she will defend country from anything. The Hulk finally gains his ability to talk and tells her he surrenders, telling her why he has come. Elsewhere in town, Rick Jones is found by the mob that was enthralled by Max Meer and is making a run for it.

At that moment, Achilles has chased Max up onto the Dome of the Rock, where Max trips over his feet and falls off the Dome. However, instead of falling to his death, Max is saved by the Hulk who comes swooping in to save him. Sabra and the Hulk then confront Achilles. Seeing that Max could be trampled to death by the mob he enthralled and sent after Rick, the rogue Pantheon member decides to stall for time. He explains to the pair that he was born in 1909 in Germany and during World War II he found himself and his family placed in the Dachau concentration camp because his family was Jewish. It was when he was sent to the gas chamber that Achilles discovered that he was invulnerable to harm. After getting dumped in a mass grave, Achilles dug himself up from the pile of dead bodies and fled. Since then, he has vowed to never let such an atrocity ever happen again. While he's explaining his motivations, Max is trampled by the mob and seriously injured.

With their mission made a moot point, the Hulk takes Achilles and Rick back to the Mount. There, Agamemnon explains that the boy will live since he was taken to a hospital in Jerusalem. The leader of the Pantheon tells the Hulk and Rick that Achilles will be punished harshly for going against orders. However, when they're gone, Agamemnon reveals to his son that this is all a test to see how they would all react. Meanwhile, in Jerusalem, Greta visits Max and tells him that the doctors believe that he will remain in a vegetative state for the rest of his life. However, since she is the one with the mind control powers -- channeling them through Max -- she believes that he can still be the great leader she hopes him to be.

Appearing in "Thicker than Water"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #388

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Synopsis for "Thicker than Water"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #388

In Los Angeles, mobster Ralph Baldone goes for a jog with his two bodyguards he hears a strange sound. His men dismiss it as insects, but it is actually the high speed assassin who calls himself the Speedfreak. Using his super speed, the killer gore Baldone's bodyguards before decapitating his target.

Later that day, Rick Jones arrives at the airport and is greeted there by Jim Wilson, another former sidekick to the Hulk. Jim thanks Rick for coming to perform at his benefit concert. As they are driving on the freeway, Jim lets Rick in on his secret: He has tested positive for an auto-immune disorder. Rick dismisses this as a joke initially, but is stunned to silence when he realises that Jim isn't joking. Meanwhile, the Hulk meets with Ulysses and Hector at the Pantheon's Mount. There they disuss a mission they are undertaking to liberate the nation of Trans-Sabal, the very place where the Pantheon rescued refugees that were doused with napalm. They claim that the ruler of Trans-Sabal has been breaking international conventions as well as getting weapons and equipment from the United States government. The Hulk tells his allies that he wants to see physical proof of this before he agrees to go on this mission. Until then, he tells them that he is got plans in Los Angeles.

Back in Los Angeles, Speedfreak meets with his employer, a rival mobster named Mr. Lang. Lang is impressed with the work. Speedfreek needs more money to pay for the drugs that give him his powers. Lang gives some of the drugs for free and offers him his next job: His son Tyler is dying of a disease and he wants Speedfreek to kill the man who is responsible. At that moment, Rick Jones and Jim Wilson are at a hospital where they meet Tyler Lang. Rick also meets Jefferson Wolfe, Tyler's boyfriend. Rick feel awkward and slightly scared of being around these terminally ill people, but is social nonetheless. In Jim's office, Rick hears how Tyler's father is a local mobster who is furious that his son is dying while his partner is still in relatively good health. Jim also explains how his uncle, the Falcon, was able to come to town and help keep Lang reigned in, but now that the Falcon is gone again, Lang is starting to cause trouble again. Rick suddenly explodes, upset at the news that Jim Wilson is dying of a fatal illness. Jim tells Rick that he can't stop living his life because he knows he is going to die.

In Reno, Betty Banner comes home to find her husband the Hulk is visiting the apartment she shares with Marlo. Marlo kisses the Hulk on the cheek and tells him to send her love to Rick before he leaps off. Betty is jealous and upset, given Marlo's past history with her husband and the current tensions in their relationship. Meanwhile, at the 1-800-Hotline, Betty's co-worker Veronica takes a call from someone looking for Betty. When Veronica asks who is calling, the woman on the line says she is Rick Jones' mother. While in Los Angeles, Rick Jones and his band are getting ready to play when suddenly Speedfreak crashes the event. After speeding around the room and getting Rick's autograph, the hired assassin asks for the location of Jefferson Wolfe. Rick tries to stop him, but Speedfreed is too fast and his wrist mounted swords make him dangerous. When he spots Tyler and Jefferson, Speedfreed charges in for the kill, but Jim gets in the way, getting seriously stabbed in the process. It's then that the Hulk comes crashing in. Speedfreek manages to use his superior speed and high tech weapons to keep the Hulk on the defensive and drag him outside. Inside, Jim Wilson asks Rick for help, but the sight of all the blood causes Rick to panic and run out of the room, for fear of getting infected himself.

Eventually, the Hulk regains his footing and begins poudning on Speedfreek. Seeing that he is out of his league, the villain decides to flee. Returning to the benefit, the Hulk asks Rick why he is just standing there instead of helping Jim, Rick tells him what's wrong. The Hulk picks up Jim and leaps toward the nearest hospital. In the aftermath of the battle, Jefferson is shocked to discover that Tyler had died of his disease.

After Tyler's funeral, Jefferson tries to give his condolences to his father. When Mr. Lang vows to kill the boy, he does so unaware that Rick and the Hulk are on site and recorded his threats. They warn him to leave Jefferson alone or they will see the authorities get it. Back in Reno, the Hulk and Rick tell Betty and Marlo what happened. When Betty asks the Hulk how Jim caught the illness, the Hulk says it doesn't matter. What does matter is that he'll be there for Jim, as much as he will be there for everyone else important in his life, including Betty. Flattered by the compliment, Betty kisses her husband on the cheek.

Appearing in "Of Man and Man-Thing"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #389

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Synopsis for "Of Man and Man-Thing"Edit

Reprinted from Incredible Hulk #389

While at the Pantheon's Mount, Paris assigns the Hulk and Rick Jones to investigate a series of disappearances in the swamps of Florida. Mostly, they are teenagers, but the Pantheon is interested because one of the missing is a former scientist Sumner Beckwith. Beckwith was associated with the Pantheon and was researching a possible cure for cancer. Not long after his disappearance, the teenagers began missing and signs of some kind of monster in the swamp started emerging. The Hulk and Rick Jones take a plane out to Florida. When they are over the area, the Hulk jumps out and knocks down enough trees to build a runway for Rick. After they land and move on, their passage attracts the attention of the Man-Thing. Drawn by their emotions, the muck-monster shambles after them, unseen. Elsewhere in the swamp a group trio of teens named Fred, Angel and Randy are looking for their friends Richie and Todd, who are among the missing. While Fred thinks they're dead, Angel thinks they are probably playing a prank and is determined to find them. However, while Angel is preoccupied ranting about how there probably isn't a monster, she neglects to notice that Fred and Randy have suddenly disappeared leaving her in the swamp all alone.

Starting to panic, Angel starts to run for it when she suddenly runs into a strange creature made out of mud. She screams and tries running the opposite direction and runs right into the Man-Thing. Drawn by her fear, the creature grabs her arm and it instantly starts to burn. Angel pulls free and manages to get away, running into Rick Jones. Soon they are surrounded by the two muck monsters. Rick tries to club the Man-Thing with a stick, but it passes harmlessly through the mire that makes up the creature's body. Rick then tries a flare gun and as the Man-Thing is distracted, they manage to slip away. Meanwhile, the Hulk finds Professor Beckwith's lab. Finding his hidden diary, he learns that Beckwith was trying to duplicate the Super-Soldier formula that created Captain America, after finding the lost research of Ted Salis. However, something went wrong after injecting himself with the formula. When the Hulk exits the cabin he finds the police have surrounded the cabin. However, he has little patience for the officers and easily bowls through them.

Elsewhere in the swamp, Fred and Randy are laughing about leaving Angel in the swamp when they are suddenly attacked by the Glob who grabs them by their faces and pulls them out of the swamp as they grown in his grip. Meanwhile, Angel lures Rick Jones to a cemetery where he is attacked by a bunch of youths. As Rick fights them off, their leader, Luc, emerges. Apparently, these teens have been trying to capture the monster and intend to use Rick as bait. When Rick refuses he is knocked out and tied to a tree.

When Rick wakes up the Glob is upon him, and it pushes his face into its mucky body. His screams not only alert the Man-Thing, but also the Hulk, who knock the Glob away from Rick before he can be smothered in the muck. Mistaking the Glob for the same creature he fought years ago, the Hulk laces into it. Beating it to the point where the creature actually begins to experience fear. This angers the Man-Thing which incinerates the Glob with its burning touch. With the danger over, Angel is upset to see that Fred and Randy are dead. Rick and the Hulk then give her a stern warning about taking needless risks. As the Man-Thing shambles off, the Hulk can't help but wonder if the creature is Ted Sallis, and what sort of sins Ted might have committed to be condemed to such a fate.

Appearing in "Vicious Cycle"Edit


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Synopsis for "Vicious Cycle"Edit


A young boy named Jeffey asks his father to tell him the story of the monster again. Although his father is irritable and tired he agrees to tell the story again. He recalls how he was a corporal working security at the gamma bomb test. On the day of the big test he recalls how Bruce Banner came to their checkpoint on the way to get a boy away from the bomb test. Although the soldiers refused to let him by, Banner pushed through anyway. Soon there was a massive blast. He recalls how Banner survived the blast only to turn into a gray-skinned monster. Jeffey's father remembers his encounter with the creature he later dubbed the Hulk, how the creature looked sad.

Jeffey's dad finished his story but Jeffey has a lot of questions about the Hulk. Jeffey's father becomes frustrated and threatens to strike the boy. However, he stops himself at the last minute, realizing what he is doing. He then suggests that he and his son watch some television.

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