Dr. Donovan has invented Cyclops, the most powerful computer on Earth to safeguard the entire military defenses of the United States. But Cyclops soon begins to think of itself as superior to human ...
The super-elastic Mr. Fantastic, the force field-wielding Invisible Girl, the orange rock-covered Thing and the data-crammed robot Herbie make up a team of superheroes dedicated to thwarting would-be world-dominating villains.
In this cartoon, Betty Ross is a research scientist working alongside Bruce Banner at Gamma Base and Rick Jones was blond, wore a cowboy hat, and had a girlfriend named Rita. See more »
Whenever Bruce transforms into the Hulk, his clothes are torn, but his pants remain mostly intact. Since the Hulk is much bulkier than Bruce, Bruce's pants are too small for his size and should be completely torn like the rest of his clothes. See more »
The Incredible Hulk (1982) was an NBC children's saturday morning cartoon. The show followed the comic book story for the most part. But the real problem that has been bothering me for the longest time was that whenever Dr. Bruce Banner turned into the Incredible Hulk how in the hell did his clothes and shoes re-materialize? I mean you see the poor guy morph into the green brute but whenever he transformed back into the good doctor, his pants are nice and creased and the shoes are nice and shinny. Besides the faults and little errors between the comic book and the cartoon story lines it's an okay show. I wouldn't go out of my way to watch it however.
No wonder he'd incredible. Believe it or not that has bothered me for the longest time. I guess it's one of the mysteries of life. Like why does every football game you play, the computer is down by 56 points and there's 30 seconds left in the game. When they finally score a touchdown not only do they go for the two point conversion but they try the onside kick-off?
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