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Appearing in "The Closing Circle"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Closing Circle"Edit

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 "The Hulk Challenged!"Edit

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Appearing in "The Hulk Unleashed!"Edit

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Appearing in "The Hulk Confronted"Edit

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Appearing in "Grudge Match"Edit

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  • magnetic particle displacer

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  • Cash Stasher



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  • The first four stories are chapters of the same story.
  • Pinups by Herb Trimpe, Ron Frenz, Al Milgrom, Sal Buscema, Gil Kane, Marie Severin, Al Milgrom, Walt Simonson, Jim Starlin and Dale Keown.
  • Also contains an eight-page bonus section entitled "Psychological Ramifications of Gamma Radiation", including a case history of the Incredible Hulk submitted to the American Psychological Association by Leonard Samson, Ph.D. and detailing how gamma radiation has affected various characters' psyches.
  • This issue is reprinted in the trade paperback Incredible Hulk Visionaries: Peter David Volume 8.


The cover is a play off of the Hulk's FIRST issue back in 1962.


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