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.
To avoid censorship issues pressures from activist groups concerned with violence in children's programming, including having the Hulk knock down a wall with an open hand (instead of a closed fist) and arming the troops at the army base armed with futuristic sci-fi style weaponry. 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 »
I noticed that someone else who reviewed this said that this was the best Hulk cartoon. I totally agree with that comment.
The 1966 cartoon was cheezy and poor. The 1996 cartoon was average. This was the best show. I shall tell you the reasons why.
Firstly, I liked Dr. Banner in this cartoon. He was not a wimp like the comic book Dr. Banner. He was quite tough and not afraid of much.
The animation was also good. The Hulk looked awesome in this.
Betty Ross was in it too and she was also a lot more independent than her comic book counterpart. She was cute too.
The best thing about this series was the stories. Throughout the series we saw situations such as the Hulk getting shrunk, Banner's secret exposed, the Hulk battle Quasimodo, the Hulk meet the She-Hulk and many other fantastic adventures too.
If you like the Hulk then forget the other two cartoons and watch this one instead. It was very good-even if the Hulk did change back to Banner with clothes intact.
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