Bruce Banner in a mechanical Hulkbuster suit fights the Hulk. He manages to restrain the Hulk using his insights about the creature, but can't bring himself to harm him. General Ross and Major Talbot...
Ghost Rider appears and tracks the Hulk believing him responsible for destroying a town. Bruce Banner is hiding in a shelter in Chicago. When an accident at the shelter endangers a nun, Hulk tries to...
Based on Marvel's famous comic hero, this animated series presents the adventures of Dr. Robert Bruce Banner. An accident during the test of the Gamma Bomb (Banner's creation) transformed him into a powerful hulking being; since then he is on the run because the Army believes him to be a threat which must be destroyed.Written by
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She-Hulk's cameo appearance, as a member of the Avengers, in Fantastic Four (1994), had to have taken place after her journey to New York City in this series, because she arrives in New York City and meets The Thing for the first time, in this series. See more »
I agree with a previous reviewer that this animated "Incredible Hulk" show is most under- rated. Lasting for two seasons, there are many great episodes to see. Having likes the of The Mighty Thor, The She Hulk, The Thing and Doctor Doom can't be all that bad and it sure isn't. The military angle that featured in the comics has been included, which is to the shows advantage. There are some tense and exciting episodes with General Ross, who will stop at nothing in capturing the Hulk. The episodes from the first season are enjoyable by far the best. The ones from the second season are good but the animation has been changed and that disappointed me. There are some talented actors amongst the cast, Mark Hamill and John Vernon in particular. It was ideal to have Lou Ferrigno provide the voice of the Hulk. This is a masterpiece and deserves more recognition.
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