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Appearing in "Above the Earth, a Titan Rages"Edit
- Reed Richards (Mentioned)
- Arctic Ocean
- United States of America
- Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (Topical Reference) (Should be considered Russia to modern readers)
- Reed Richard's weapon
- Vortex Beams (First appearance)
- S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier (A Soviet Replica)
Synopsis for "Above the Earth, a Titan Rages"Edit
As Betty Ross comes to the rescue of Rick, Glenn and Bruce who are at the mercy of the Missing Link, she rams the beast with her car. As they are fleeing, Banner is grabbed by the Missing Link and the creature's radiation causes Banner to change into the Hulk once more.
Elsewhere, General Ross is giving SHIELD the go-ahead and try to capture the Hulk. While the two beasts battle through New York, they are captured by what appears to be SHIELD's helicarrier, but it turns out to be that of a Soviet spy agency led by Yuri Brevlov, Nick Fury's Soviet counterpart. As SHIELD and the Air Force try to figure out what happened and try to track down the Hulk, Brevlov and his minions plot to use the Hulk and the Missing Link to their own ends.
However, the Hulk breaks free from his cell and begins trashing the Soviet helicarrier, and fighting off Brevlov and his men. The Missing Link, however, reaches critical mass and explodes, destroying the helicarrier. Hulk and a ship containing Brevlov and his minions manage to escape. The Hulk lands near a home destroyed in their battle and finds a lone boy left alone. The Hulk picks up the child as Brevlov targets the Hulk and prepares to fire a fatal shot.
- A flashback from Savage Hulk #1 and the events of Captain America #110, wherein Rick Jones becomes Captain America's sidekick again, happen between page 5 and 6 of this story.
- All Cold War references, specifically that refer to Russia as the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics should be considered topical references per the Sliding Timescale of Earth-616.
- Dum Dum Dugan's appearance here is a complicated one. As revealed in Original Sins #5 Dugan was seemingly killed in action back in 1966 and it was suggested that he was replaced by a complex LMD that thought it was Dugan. However as revealed in New Avengers Vol 4 #17, Dugan's body was kept alive and his mind was transmitted into LMDs.
- According to the credits on page one, Archie Goodwin scripted the first ten pages of this issue and Roy Thomas scripted pages 11-20.
- This issue contains a letters page, Green Skin's Grab Bag. Letters are published from Michael Henderson, Mike Scheidler, Chuck Ettensohn, and Chris Brown.
- Page 32 of this issue contains a full page cover reproduction ad for Silver Surfer #1.
- Hulk image gallery
- Hulk chronology page
- Hulk quotes page
- Betty Ross chronology page
- General Ross chronology page
- Glenn Talbot chronology page
- Nick Fury chronology page
- Rick Jones chronology page
- Incredible Hulk (Volume 1)
- Incredible Hulk (Volume 2)
- Defenders (Volume 1)
- Defenders (Volume 2)
- Rampaging Hulk (Volume 1)
- Rampaging Hulk (Volume 2)
- Tales to Astonish (Volume 1)
Links and ReferencesEdit
- Incredible Hulk profile at Wikipedia
- Incredible Hulk profile at Marvel Universe
- Incredible Hulk profile at Toonopedia
- Incredible Hulk series index at the Grand Comics Database
- Incredible Hulk series index at CBDB
- Incredible Hulk series index at Comicbookdb.com
- Hulk Library
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