Hulk (Bruce Banner)

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HISTORIA

Bruce Banner es hijo de Brian Banner, un científico atómico. Brian era alcohólico y, con el nacimiento de Bruce, desarrolló una envidia hacia el niño debido a que la atención de su esposa Rebeca ya no se centraba en él. Su alcoholismo empeoró hasta el punto de llegar a asesinar a su esposa delante de Bruce, por lo que acabó siendo encerrado en un manicomio. Todas estas experiencias hicieron que Bruce guardara todas las emociones para sí mismo e intentó desahogarse con los estudios. Tras quedarse sin padres su custodia corrió a cargo de su tía.

En el instituto, se le vería interactuando con su amigo invisible, una proyección de su mente con el aspecto de Hulk. Durante un incidente en el que casi hizo detonar un artefacto nuclear en su escuela (controlado, teóricamente, por ese Hulk de su mente), contactó por primera vez con el gobierno, que se interesó por su potencial en el campo del armamento nuclear.

Bruce terminaría doctoró en física nuclear en la Universidad de Desert State en Navapo, Nuevo Mexico. Durante este periodo coincidió en sus estudios con Walter Langkowski, Peter Corbeau (el diseñador del Starcore One), Herbert Weller y Raoul Stoddard (quien crearía el Gammatron). Realizó estudios de post-graduado en una universidad de Pennsylvania, pero los tuvo que dejar por problemas de becas; sería entonces cuando dejaría sin más explicación a su novia, Ángela Lipscombe. Más tarde conseguiría el doctorado en física en el Instituto de Tecnología de California.

Consiguió trabajo para el gobierno en el departamento de Defensa. Así, en la Base Desierto, Nuevo México, diseñó y desarrolló la Bomba Gamma (también llamada Bomba-G); un arma atómica capaz de generar gran cantidad de radiación gamma. Allí fue donde el Dr. Bruce conoció al General Thaddeus E. Ross y a su hija Betty, de quien se enamoró. Durante el primer ensayo de la bomba, un joven llamado Rick Jones, motivado por una a puesta juvenil, se introdujo en la zona de explosión. Al verlo el Dr. Bruce Banner hizo retrasar la detonación yendo, personalmente, a sacar al intruso. Sin embargo, su colega Igor Starsky resultó ser un espía ruso, y no retrasó la cuenta atrás. Aún así, el Dr. Banner consiguió alejar a Rick Jones de la zona, pero él resultó alcanzado por la radiación de la explosión gamma. En lugar de morir la radiación alteró su cuerpo transformándose en Hulk.

Al principio se transformaba en Hulk al anochecer. Hulk era gris y sólo conservaba una parte de su inteligencia, siendo la mente del monstruo como la de un niño. Pronto se volvió gris y su transformación se producía con el aumento de adrenalina. El monstruo, al ser una criatura imprevisible y propensa a la destrucción, por lo que pronto fue perseguida por el ejército. No obstante, se convirtió en miembro fundador de los Vengadores, aunque la desconfianza que producía en sus compañeros motivó que abandonara el grupo de héroes.

Tiempo después, se uniría al Doctor Extraño, Namor y Estela Plateada con quienes estaría asociado en el no grupo de los Defensores. Pese a su carácter huraño y su cerebro infantil, Hulk colaboró con muchos héroes distintos en las actividades de esa peculiar organización, muy probablemente debido a su carácter individualista, en el sentido de formar equipo quienes y cuando se necesitasen, no de forma tan rigurosa como los Vengadores.

Hasta ese momento la doble identidad de Bruce había quedado oculta, sin embargo salió a la luz y Bruce quedó condenado por su maldición a vagar escapando de la justicia. Para entonces, ya se había hecho, al menos, dos archienemigos, el superinteligente Líder y el monstruoso (y de fuerza superior a Hulk en estado calmado) Abominación.

En uno de sus viajes hasta Los Ángeles, Bruce se encontró con su prima Jennifer Walters, una abogada californiana. En esos momentos Jennifer estaba defendiendo a Lou Monkdon, a quien un gangster llamado Nicholas Trask pretendía matar. Cuando Jennifer fue a buscar a su primo en coche, resultó herida por un disparo de uno de los matones de Trask, y Bruce improvisó una transfusión de sangre. Esta interacción de sangre hizo que Jennifer mutara en Hulka.

Bruce acabó sepultando su subconsciente en la mente de Hulk, como consecuencia de las acciones de la entidad mística conocida como Pesadilla, por lo que ésta conservó su presencia de forma permanente; además, privada de la mente de Banner, perdió el raciocinio que tenía. El Dr. Extraño decidió desterrar a Hulk a la Encrucijada, un nexo de dimensiones del cual no podía salir estando condenado a vagar por mundos en los que su brutalidad no pudiera causar ningún daño. Permaneció en esta situación durante un tiempo, y a su regreso, el doctor Walter Langkowsky le capturó de forma accidental al buscar un cuerpo para él.

El Dr. Samson, un inminente psicólogo que se había sometido a un tratamiento gamma que le proporcionaba super fuerza, consiguió capturar a Hulk y separar físicamente las dos psiques: Hulk por un lado y el Dr. Bruce Banner. Con Hulk privada completamente de la mente de Bruce se volvió más incontrolable e inestable que nunca. Para capturarla, Bruce lideró los nuevos Hulkbusters. Tras repetidos enfrentamientos con Hulk se descubrió que no podían coexistir separados, por lo que, tras capturarla, se volvieron a fusionar.

Tras el proceso de fusión y diversas tesituras, Hulk revirtió a su forma gris original, transformándose de noche en Hulk y de día en Banner Después de un ataque del Líder, en el que Hulk se vio expuesta a una explosión gamma, se le dio por muerto. Sin embargo, el Hulk gris, que aparentemente había tomado el control permanente del cuerpo, se hizo llamar Mr. Fixit y trabajó como matón en las Vegas al servicio de Michael Berengetti. Durante este tiempo, Mr. Fixit consideraba a Bruce como una persona débil y lo odiaba cuando volvió a depender de él cuando amanecía, por este motivo cuando llegaba el amanecer se drogaba para que su álter ego quedase dormido durante todo el día. Durante esa época conoció a Marlo Chandler con quien tuvo una relación sentimental.

Una vez más, Hulk se volvió inestable coexistiendo en su mente tres personalidades: la de Bruce Banner, el Hulk verde y Mr. Fixit. El Dr. Samson consiguió curar la personalidad múltiple de Bruce sacando sus traumas infantiles. Tras la terapia Bruce se volvió verde y fuerte como Hulk, pero conservaba toda su personalidad, pues al fin no había separaciones entre las distintas personalidades, puesto que todas ellas eran una misma.

Tras su curación el Dr. Banner recibió una oferta de Agamemnon unirse al Panteón, una organización que se dedicaba a resolver problemas humanitarios. Hulk prestó servicio al Panteón durante largo tiempo. Durante ese periodo reanudó su relación con Betty, quien no se sentía a gusto con el nuevo aspecto de su marido y se negó a vivir con él en el Monte, la base de operaciones del Panteón. Pero Marlo Chandler le ayudó a superar esos problemas.

Agamemnon le ofreció el liderazgo del Panteón, ya que deseaba ocuparse de asuntos personales. Después de varios problemas para consolidar su posición, Banner asumió el papel e hizo intervenir al Panteón en diversas operaciones como la prevención de deforestación ilegal en el Amazonas, investigar desapariciones ilegales en el Lago Ness o rescatar a Susan Jacobson. Más tarde se descubriría que Agamemnon había pactado con los troyanos para conseguir sus poderes y los de sus descendientes. Ello llevaría a un feroz combate espacial contra estos alienígenas en el que intervendría Estela Plateada y los Saqueadores Estelares. Al regresar a la tierra se encontraría con Janis, la hija de Rick Jones proveniente de 90 años en el futuro, quien pediría su ayuda para enfrentarse al Maestro. Tras derrocar al tirano, Hulk regresaría a su tiempo.

Tras capturar a Agamemnon, éste invocó a los Caballeros Eternos, los espíritus de los miembros del Panteón que habían muerto, que destruyeron el Monte, la base de operaciones del Panteón. Durante la lucha Agamemnon y Aquiles, otro de los componentes del Panteón, murieron y Betty Banner resultó gravemente herida. Banner perdió el control y revirtió a su personalidad salvaje, aunque afortunadamente se manifestó en el cuerpo de Banner.

Entonces, Hulk revertía a su forma humana en periodos de gran ira, quizás en un intento inconsciente de evitar al mundo la destrucción de un Hulk desatado, y fue aprisionado por SHIELD y Betty hospitalizada. Banner logrando escapar de SHIELD y regresó al Panteón sólo para descubrir que algunos de los miembros del Panteón, especialmente Paris, lo culpaban por lo ocurrido y rompieron toda relación con él.

En algún momento, Hulk sacó a Betty del hospital y los dos vivieron como fugitivos. Finalmente se asentaron en Sunville, un pueblo de Florida donde asumieron identidades falsas. Hulk intentó mantener sus identidades en secreto a pesar de varias aventuras en Florida y Nueva York. Sin embargo, Betty fue capturada por Matt Talbot quien logró capturar a Hulk a pesar de que emergieran sus personalidades fragmentadas. Pero fueron liberados de prisión por Omnibus, un antiguo lacayo del Líder.

Más tarde, Onslaught utilizó a Hulk para enfrentarse a Cable. Pero el mutante dio la vuelta a la tortilla y los dos se unieron para enfrentarse a la nueva amenaza. Onslaught consiguió separar de nuevo físicamente a Hulk de Banner. Mientras que Banner pareció sacrificarse para contener las energías emitidas por Onslaught, pero fue enviado a una dimensión de bolsillo por Franklin Richards junto a los 4 Fantásticos y el resto de los héroes terrestres que se sacrificaron durante la lucha. En ese universo, Banner revivió su transformación en Hulk en una nueva variante de su verdadero origen.

En la Tierra y separado de Banner, el Hulk primitivo permaneció inteligente, aunque emocional y salvajemente inestable. Hulk fue brevemente capturado por el ejército, pero escapó. Enfrentándose a Betty, Hulk rehusó reconocerla y la dejó. Hulk se unió a una nueva versión del grupo de Héroes de Alquiler, pero su comportamiento antisocial y la culpa que le achacaban por las muertes de las víctimas de Onslaught, proposición que Hulk abandonara Nueva York. Hulk fue contactado por Janis, quien lo convenció para que no formara parte del Panteón cuando éstos lo contactaron y simularon nuevamente su muerte.

Hulk vagó por la Tierra de nuevo, desde Nuevo México hasta Florida y luego el Antártico. Pero el goliat esmeralda fue volviéndose más inestable, hasta el punto que padecía alucinaciones del fantasma de su padre (o bien el fantasma de su padre le acosaba). Fue entonces capturado por Apocalipsis y llevado a Egipto, donde fue sometido a experimentos y un lavado de cerebro para convertirlo en el Jinete del Apocalipsis llamado Guerra. El Hombre Absorbente llevó a Rick Jones y a Betty hasta Egipto para intentar sacar a Hulk de su nuevo papel. Así Hulk se enfrentó al Hombre Absorbente y más tarde al Juggernaut. Hulk los derrotó y fue cuando estaba a punto de matarlos que Rick Jones intentó detenerlo. Hulk apartó de un manotazo a Jones, que salió despedido contra el muro de una pirámide dejándolo paralítico de cintura para abajo. Dándose cuenta de lo que había hecho, Hulk se libró de los implantes de Apocalipsis y se alejó avergonzado.

Debido a que Hulk existía simultáneamente en el universo real y el universo de bolsillo creado por Franklin Richards, se convirtió en una especie de puente entre ellos, incrementando la fuerza de Hulk de forma gradual, pero también matándole. Junto a Spiderman, Hulk fue sacado del universo de Frankin por el celestial Ashema. Las dos versiones de Hulk se enfrentaron y se descubrió entonces que el universo de Franklin estaba a punto de ser destruido. Tras regresar a la realidad primitiva con las otras víctimas de Onslaught, Banner y Hulk volvieron a fusionarse en un único ser. Estrellándose en la Base Gamma, Banner volvió a convertirse en el Hulk verde y salvaje durante periodos de rabia o excitación. No obstante, el gobierno aceptó a Hulk planeando utilizarle como una especie de “hombre de verde” a su servicio, a cambio de un indulto encubierto.

En esa época, Betty descubrió que su larga asociación con Hulk le había producido un envenenamiento de radiación gamma. La Abominación, para vengarse de sus múltiples derrotas a manos de Hulk y la reciente felicidad de Banner, utilizó su sangre radiactiva para envenenarla más. Betty murió. Destrozado por el dolor, de nuevo Hulk deambuló por los Estados Unidos y se enfrentó a la Abominación en venganza por la muerte de Betty.

Más tarde, Banner descubrió que estaba muriendo a causa de una enfermedad degenerativa y empezó a mostrar una nueva personalidad cuando se transformaba en Hulk. Este Hulk malvado reclamaba ser una versión puramente malvada de Banner y utilizaba la condición débil de Banner para tomar el control del cuerpo de Hulk. Doc Samson, quien intentaba ayudar junto con la ex-novia de Bruce, Ángela Lipscombe, el avance de la enfermedad, reveló entonces que la psique de Banner se encontraba fragmentada en cientos de personalidades diferentes, algunas más dominantes que otras. Samson había mentido cuando afirmó haber unido las tres personalidades de Hulk en el pasado, utilizando una versión idealizada de sí mismo de Banner en lugar de fusionar todas sus personalidades separadas.

El proceso de curación de su enfermedad provocó, aparentemente, la destrucción de la gran mayoría de estas personalidades. Como resultado, la relación entre Banner y Hulk varió de forma gradual. En un principio, regresó el Hulk salvaje, pero poco a poco Banner fue capaz de controlar sus transformaciones e, incluso controlar mediante su mente el cuerpo de Hulk, un proceso que él mismo denominó como “fusión de mentes” entre ambos. Durante todo este proceso, Banner se vio envuelto en una misteriosa conspiración para conseguir la sangre de Hulk, parte de la cual (aún se desconoce en gran medida que partes fueron reales y cuales no) demostraron ser meras ilusiones de Pesadilla.

Durante los sucesos que convirtieron su realidad en otra distinta controlada por la Dinastía de M, tanto Banner como Hulk, que habían sido aceptados por una tribu aborigen australiana, tomaron el control de la isla después que sus amigos fuesen atacados por el gobierno de Magneto. No obstante, y tras el regreso de la verdadera realidad, Dos Mentes (como era conocido allí) fue expulsado de la tribu por su brutalidad.

En un último intento de ayudar a la humanidad con sus poderes, Hulk se unió a SHIELD para desactivar una bomba gamma colocada por HYDRA. Sin embargo, estalló a su lado, causándole una reversión a su estado gris, al mismo tiempo que veía alucinaciones con los peores momentos de su vida. En este estado, se enfrentó a la mitad de los 4 Fantásticos, en una lucha que destruyó un buen pedazo de Las Vegas. Ya recuperado, Banner se resignó a la soledad y el aislamiento, yéndose a vivir a una apartada cabaña en los bosques de Canadá.

Allí, Nick Furia contactó con él para que destruyese un peligroso satélite con inteligencia artificial que había escapado al control de SHIELD, el Ojo de Dios. No obstante, este Furia resultó ser un Simulacro Dotado de Vida, y la misión, una excusa pergeñada por los Illuminatti (un grupo de varios representantes superheroicos de la Tierra, siendo los que tomaron la decisión Reed Richards, Tony Stark, Rayo Negro y el antiguo aliado de Hulk, Stephen Extraño) para enviar a Hulk fuera de la Tierra, con destino a un planeta en donde el titán de jade no pudiese dañar ni ser dañado por nadie.

Debido a un fallo en el rumbo de la nave, Hulk terminó cayendo en el planeta Sakaar, donde se vio convertido en esclavo del despótico Rey Rojo. En poco tiempo, el estatus de Hulk varió de esclavo a gladiador, y de gladiador a libertador, al conseguir escapar de sus opresores junto a sus camaradas gladiadores. Enfrentándose al Rey Rojo y las Espinas, unas infecciosas esporas que se alimentaban de todo lo orgánico, Hulk se ganó una doble reputación surgida de la mitología de Sakaar, como mesías (el Sakaarson) y diablo (el destructor de mundos). Durante su lucha, Hulk hizo nuevos aliados, como Caiera (antigua agente del Rey Rojo) o las antiguas Espinas (patriarcas de la raza, que mostraron a Hulk que sólo deseaban regresar a las estrellas). Con su apoyo, Hulk y sus seguidores lograron derrotar al tirano, siendo Hulk elegido como nuevo Rey Verde, dirigido a obtener la paz entre las diferentes razas de Sakaar. Como colofón a todo esto, Hulk tomó en matrimonio a Caiera, en el principio de su reinado.

Cuando la nave en la que llegó al planeta Sakaar explotó, asesinó a la mayor parte de la población de ese mundo, entre ellos a Caiera esposa de Hulk y al hijo de ambos que aún no había nacido. El alterego de Banner culpó a los Illuminati por la explosión y se propuso buscar venganza. Junto a los Guerreros de Hulk, regresó a la Tierra. Su primer objetivo fue Rayo Negro, Rey de los Inhumanos, al que derrotó en la Luna ignorando que había sido reemplazado por un skrull. Al llegar a la Tierra dio un ultimátum de 24 horas para evacuar completamente Nueva York y pidió que se les entregara a los Illuminati.

Mientras esperaba Hulk fue a la Mansión-X en busca de Charles Xavier, ya que, aunque no había participado directamente en la decisión de exiliarlo formó parte de los Illuminati. Su incursión condujo a una inevitable lucha con los varios grupos mutantes, pero su poder era muy superior al suyo y los derrotó a todos. Finalmente ante la tumba de los estudiantes asesinados por los Purificadores de William Stryker, Hulk se dio cuenta que el profesor Xavier asumía responsabilidad el exterminio al que estaba siendo sometido la raza mutante y consideró que era suficiente castigo para él y se retiró. De regreso a su nave pétrea se enfrentó a los Cuerpos Gamma del General John Ryker, pero durante la lucha logró hacerles ver como había sido manipulados por la sed de venganza del general para convertirse en armas vivientes. Ya en Nueva York varios héroes le salieron al paso, pero Hulk los derrotó sin problemas. Entonces apareció Iron Man equipado con su nueva Armadura Hulkbuster, pero de nuevo Hulk demostró ser un rival formidable y lo tumbó destruyendo la Torre de los Vengadores en el proceso. Tras capturar a Míster Fantástico pese a la protección del nuevo grupo de los 4 Fantásticos dirigido por la Pantera Negra y derrotar el ejército enviado por el General Ross, el Doctor Extraño intentó calmarlo místicamente, pero no pudo. Desesperado Extraño se fusionó con el demonio Zom, pero aún así fue derrotado. Tras escenificar una lucha de gladiadores entre los héroes apresados como la que él sufrió en Sakaar, hizo su aparición el Vigía. El poderoso héroe se enfrenta a Hulk, desatando todo su poder como pocas veces puede hacer. Finalmente Hulk recupera su forma humana, ya que es la única manera de detener al Vigía, que al regresar al cuerpo de Robert Reynold cae agotado por el esfuerzo. En ese momento se descubrió que había sido Miek el causante de la destrucción de Sakaar y no los Illuminati como se suponía al principio y éste hirió gravemente a Rick Jones. Enfurecido de nuevo, Hulk destruyó prácticamente por completo a Miek y decidió entregarse a SHIELD sin ofrecer más resistencia.

Banner no tardó mucho en escapar de su confinamiento cuando las instalaciones fueron atacadas por Rulk, el misterioso Hulk Rojo. Extrañamente Banner se convirtió en su alter ego verde con la mente infantil de sus inicios como Hulk. Los dos titanes no tardaron en enfrentarse, aunque el poder el poder del nuevo Rulk parecía superior al de Hulk. El antagonismo entre ambos durante los siguientes meses intensificó hasta el punto de que el Gran Maestro y el Coleccionista los escogieron para uno de sus juegos como los dos paladines opuestos. Durante un enfrentamiento contra Hulk Rojo, éste usó sus poderes para absorber la energía gamma del cuerpo de Hulk convirtiéndolo en Banner e impidiendo que pudiera volver a transformarse. Más tarde se descubriría que Hulk Rojo era en realidad su rival el General Ross y que la nueva Hulka Roja era nada menos que su esposa Betty. Sin la capacidad para revertir a su forma de Hulk, Banner encontró a su hijo Skaar y lo estuvo entrenando. Finalmente fue víctima de una nueva explosión gamma volviendo a quedar atrapado en su forma monstruosa.

Cuando Pecado liberó a la Serpiente desatando el Miedo Encarnado en toda la Tierra, Hulk fue poseído por Nul el Quebrantamundos al blandir su martillo. Como Nul se abrió paso a través de toda América Central causando estragos a su paso hasta llegar a Nueva York donde se unió a la Cosa poseído por Angrir contra Thor. Durante la lucha, el dios asgardiano lanzó a Thor por los aires con tal fuerza que fue a caer en Rumanía donde se enfrentó a las fuerzas de Drácula. Tras liberarse finalmente de la posesión del martillo, destruyó el arma causando que Nul quedara libre. De alguna forma Hulk logró expulsar de su interior a Bruce separándose en dos. Hulk, para hacer frente a Nul, se unió a los Defensores.

DESCRIPCIÓN

Creadores: Stan Lee y Jack Kirby en 1962
Nombre Original: Hulk
Nombre Real: Robert Bruce Banner
Otros Alias: La Masa (Hulk), Mecano, Mr. Arréglalo/Joe Arreglalotodo (Joe Fixit/Mr. Fixit), Profesor, Poderoso Bob, Maestro, Guerra, Aniquilador, Dos Mentes, Capitán Universo, Cicatriz Verde, Holku, Sakaarson, Dos Manos, Rey Verde, Bruce Bancroft, Bruce Barnes, Bruce Smith, Glenn Summers, Ross Oppenheimer, Bob Danner, Bruce Ross, Bruce Jones, Bruce Roberts, Mr. Bergen, Bruce Franklin, Bruce Green, Bruce Baxter, Bruce Davidson, David Bannon, Robert Baker, Bruce Bixby, David Banner, David Bixby, mandíbulas de jade, goliat verde, gigante de jade…
Especie: Humano
Profesión: Físico nuclear
Lugar de Nacimiento: Dayton, Ohio, USA
Estado Civil: Casado
Parientes Conocidos: Elizabeth “Betty” Ross Talbot Banner (esposa, fallecida), Caiera (segunda esposa), Rebeca Roberts (madre, fallecida), Brian Banner (padre, fallecido), Bruce Banner (abuelo paterno, presumiblemente fallecido), Susan (abuela materna, presumiblemente fallecida), William Morris Walters (tío), Elaine Banner Walters (tía paterna, fallecida), Susan Elizabeth Banner (anteriormente Drake, tía paterna presumiblemente fallecida), Jennifer Walters (prima), Thadeus E. Ross (suegro)
Grupo de Afiliación: Antiguo miembro de los Vengadores, de los Defensores y de los Jinetes de Apocalipsis, ex líder del Panteón.
Base de Operaciones: Móvil
Altura: 1,75 m (Banner), 2,13 m (Hulk salvaje), 1,98 m (Hulk gris/Mr. Fixit), 2,44 m (Profesor)
Peso: 68 Kg (Banner), 472 Kg (Hulk salvaje), 408 Kg (Hulk gris/Mr. Fixit), 544 Kg (Profesor)
Piel: Clara (Banner), verde (Hulk salvaje, Profesor), gris (Hulk gris/Mr. Fixit)
Ojos: Marrones (Banner), verdes (Hulk salvaje, Profesor), grises (Hulk gris/Mr. Fixit)
Pelo: Marrón (Banner), verde (Hulk salvaje, Profesor), negro (Hulk gris/Mr. Fixit)
Primera Aparición: The Incredible Hulk (1962) #1 – ‘The Coming of the Hulk’

PODERES

Nivel de fuerza:

La normal para un hombre de su edad y constitución que no realiza ejercicios físicos regulares (Banner); es capaz de levantar en torno a 90 toneladas calmado y su fuerza aumenta exponencialmente hasta muy por encima de nivel 100, proporcionalmente a su ira, ya que esta encarnación tiende especialmente a terribles enfados (Hulk salvaje); durante la noche puede levantar hasta 75 toneladas y unas 35 de día, su fuerza también aumenta con su enfado, pero a menor velocidad que otras encarnaciones (Mr. Fixit); nivel 100 de forma inicial y potencial de fuerza casi infinito, potencial que se ve frenado por la influencia de la mente analítica de Banner (Profesor).

Poderes conocidos:

Desde que sufrió el exceso de radiación gamma producido por la bomba gamma, sus poderes y la mutación de Hulk han sufrido una serie de alteraciones. Cuando recibió por primera vez el impacto de la bomba gamma, Bruce Banner se transformaba en una criatura monstruosa de piel gris al anochecer. Esta criatura tenía una mente inferior al doctor Banner, pero con cierta astucia agresiva; posteriormente se volvió equivalente a la de un niño pequeño; su piel también cambió de color, volviéndose verde. Se teoriza que las transformaciones de su forma gris dependían del sol como derivación del accidente gamma, que actuó en combinación con la radiación solar del ambiente, a diferencia de otros mutados gamma, que obtuvieron sus poderes protegidos del sol por algún tipo de edificio o estructura; no obstante, estas transformaciones también podrían tener un componente psicológico.

Con la piel verde (se considera a esta evolución como adaptativa al ambiente agresivo y de persecución al que Hulk se vio sometido en sus primeros días, que precisaba de una mayor fuerza y resistencia), el cambio comenzó a producirse al incrementarse sus niveles de adrenalina, que multiplicaba los latidos del corazón de Banner, aumentaba su nivel de azúcar en sangre y, en suma, desencadenaba la transformación en Hulk. Dependiendo del estímulo adrenalínico inicial, la transformación puede tener lugar en cuestión de segundos o cinco minutos, como mucho; el lugar de donde procede y desaparece toda la masa y energía extra de Hulk es aún desconocido, aunque probablemente sea extradimensional. Tras hacer su aparición Hulk, los niveles de adrenalina se reducían a niveles normales, lo que en ocasiones (aunque no siempre, y esto puede aplicarse igualmente a la inversa en la transformación de Banner a Hulk) hacía revertir a Hulk a su forma humana. Un aumento posterior de los niveles de adrenalina provocaba una escalada proporcional en fuerza.

Sus límites nunca han sido medidos; tan sólo se sabe que cuanto más se enfada Hulk, más fuerte se transforma; esto lleva a que las versiones de Hulk descerebradas por completo, o aquellas con la inteligencia al nivel de Banner no pueden alcanzar, teóricamente, niveles tan altos de fuerza (a no ser que se acerque más al salvajismo a través de su enfado, lo que disminuye el control interno de Banner). Así sucedió, por ejemplo, cuando Hulk fue capaz de sujetar (aunque con la ayuda de una especie de palanca), una montaña de ciento cincuenta mil millones de toneladas.

El aumento de fuerza no causa un aumento de masa, sino que probablemente se consiga a través de un aumento de la eficiencia energética del gigante verde. La potencia de los músculos de sus piernas le permite recorrer enormes distancias a través de saltos. La distancia se ve igualmente amplificada por el enfado de Hulk; así, ha llegado a saltar casi 1610 kilómetros en un solo salto.

Además de su enorme fuerza, el cuerpo de Hulk posee un alto grado de resistencia contra las heridas, el dolor y las enfermedades. La piel de Hulk es capaz de aguantar sin ser dañada temperaturas de entre 1650 y -123 Cº (pero ha sobrevivido a temperaturas superiores a 555.000 Cº y cercanas al cero absoluto), e impactos de artillería de gran calibre; generalmente, lo único capaz de perforarla sin ejercer una gran presión es el adamantium, aunque en ocasiones la piel se ha regenerado a tal velocidad, que esto ha resultado inútil.

Aunque es posible herirle, Hulk posee un factor curativo que rivaliza con el de Lobezno, que le permite regenerar inclusive órganos internos. Aunque con gran dolor, Hulk ha llegado a recuperarse en pocos segundos toda su piel y parte del músculo (aunque Banner no posee esta cualidad, la transformación en Hulk permite curar prácticamente cualquier daño que éste sufra). Posiblemente su factor curativo, o la radiación que su cuerpo emite, lo que provoca un dolor constante, similar al de un quemadura, por toda la piel de Hulk. Este dolor sólo se ha visto calmado al verse expuesto el gigante de jade a la radiación que emite el Vigía, el proceso también le calma, pero revierte su mente a su personalidad de niño pequeño. Es probable que este tipo de radiación pueda emularse de forma tecnológica.

Igualmente, es inmune a la mayor parte de los venenos y drogas (el alcohol, por ejemplo, tan sólo le hace efecto en enormes cantidades), que generalmente suelen hacer un efecto menor que para el que fueron diseñados. Es igualmente inmune a cualquier enfermedad terrestre, si exceptuamos una especialmente diseñada para sortear de forma continuada su factor curativo. Se le considera también altamente resistente al proceso de envejecimiento.

Existen otras formas de superar su factor curativo, sobrecargándolo de formas diferentes. Una de estas formas es estimularle a tal nivel que le impida funcionar temporalmente, como hizo cierta vez el mutante Elixir. También se le pueden ejercer daños tales que su organismo no pueda superar, generalmente a través de ataques continuados.

Los efectos de la radiación en Hulk son variados, aunque posee una gran resistencia, ciertas dosis de rayos gamma le han revertido a su forma humana, cosa que ha sucedido igual al verse expuesto a los llamados rayos gamma negativos, o a una absorción de la radiación gamma de su cuerpo. Anteriormente, se creía que un ataque nuclear podría destruir por completo a Hulk (después de todo, consiguió terminar con el Maestro, una versión alternativa de Hulk muy superior en fuerza y resistencia al “original”), pero recientemente, Hulk ha resistido la detonación de una bomba gamma a pocos metros de ella, tan sólo afectando temporalmente a su raciocinio y volviendo gris su piel hasta que su organismo se reestructuró.

Por las características de su piel, lo más efectivo contra él (además de porque parece ser especialmente vulnerable a este tipo de ataque) es utilizar gases sedantes, pero su enorme capacidad pulmonar (puede permanecer sin respirar unas dos horas, generalmente), pueden hacer estos ataques inútiles. Con el paso del tiempo, y aparentemente como adaptación a diversos periodos de lucha subacuática, su cuerpo ha desarrollado un sistema para que sólo se preocupe de obtener oxígeno del aire cuando lo necesite, sin necesidad de aguantar la respiración para que el agua no invada su sistema respiratorio. Una glándula emisora de una emulsión de perflurocarbono oxigenado llena sus pulmones, igualando la presión para poder “respirar” líquido, (únicamente inspirar y expirar, ya que sus pulmones no son capaces de extraer el oxígeno del agua), evitando la descompresión y la narcosis por nitrógeno al moverse por zonas subacuáticas a diferentes presiones.

Banner sufre un trastorno de identidad disociativo, o personalidad múltiple. De esta forma, la radiación gamma tan sólo permitió que toda la rabia reprimida de Banner tomara forma en las diferentes formas de Hulk. Aunque se ha conseguido separar físicamente a Banner de Hulk en varias ocasiones, la separación ha tenido que ser revertida para evitar la muerte de ambos, y el trastorno psicológico de Banner es la razón por la que no se ha podido dejar permanentemente el intelecto de Banner controlando el cuerpo de Hulk. En función de la personalidad que tome la forma de Hulk, la apariencia y características físicas de este se verán modificadas; la mente de Banner y sus distintas personalidades han podido comunicarse entre sí en determinadas circunstancias, en una especie de plano psíquico. La existencia y el conflicto interno continuo entre, al menos, dos personalidades, es probablemente la razón por la que Hulk sea extremadamente resistente al control psíquico, aunque no sea imposible controlarle de esta manera.

Hulk ha demostrado poseer al menos dos sorprendentes capacidades que exceden su poder físico. La primera le permite ver formas astrales y todo tipo de espíritus; al parecer esta habilidad deriva del sentimiento de culpa de Banner por la muerte de su padre, y es un intento de cubrirse las espaldas ante posibles represalias del espíritu del difunto Brian Banner. La otra es su capacidad para regresar al lugar en donde la bomba gamma original detonó, su lugar de “nacimiento”, debido a la influencia psíquica del yo alternativo conocido como el Maestro, quien se recargaba así de energía gamma para intentar volver a la vida; se desconoce si actualmente, sin la influencia del maestro, Hulk es capaz de regresar a la tierra que le vio “nacer”.

Habilidades:

Bruce Banner es un genio en física nuclear, poseyendo un doctorado en esta materia, además de otros dos en materias aún no determinadas.

OTRAS IDENTIDADES

En preparación…

CONTRAPARTIDA

En preparación…

OTROS MEDIOS

Televisión

Tras un par de episodios pilotos, se rodó la serie de TV, que duró desde 1978, hasta 1982 y tuvo bastante éxito. Con Bill Bixby y Lou Ferrigno como protagonistas, alcanzó un total de 87 episodios de 60 minutos de duración.

Le siguieron tres películas, que en un principio servirían como relanzamiento de una nueva serie a modo de Spiderman/Marvel Team Up, pero con el monstruo esmeralda. Las películas de televisión son:

  • The Incredible Hulk returns, 1988 y 100 minutos de duración, aparece el personaje de Thor.
  • Trial of the Incredible Hulk, 1989 y 100 minutos de duración. Con la aparición de Daredevil y de villano tenemos a Kingpin.
  • Death of the Incredible Hulk, 1990.

Se ha producido también varias series de animación, más cercanas al cómic que las de imagen real:

  • 1982, Serie animada con 13 episodios de 24 minutos de duración. La serie es más cercana al cómic que la de imagen real.
  • 1996, Otra serie animada con 21 episodios.

Hulk protagoniza Los vengadores los héroes más poderosos del planeta. Hulk también aparece en dos capítulos de Ultimate Spider-Man de la primera temporada y un capítulo en la segunda temporada y en el episodio Hulk vs Wolverine de Wolverine y los X-Men. Hulk aparece en Avengers Assemble y su propia serie en Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.

Películas

En 2003 salió en cine la primera película de este personaje, bajo el título de Hulk dirigida por Ang Lee y protagonizada por Eric Bana (Bruce Banner), Jennifer Connelly (Betty Ross), Sam Elliot Thundebolt Ross y con Nick Nolte como el padre de Banner y catalizador de la historia. El propio Hulk fue realizado mediante técnicas informáticas.

El resultado fue polémico; mientras que los detractores del film se quejan de que es demasiado lento e introspectivo para una película de superhéroes, sus defensores alaban el trabajo de interpretación y la estética de cómic conseguida, a base de utilizar con profusión viñetas y los colores verde y morado característicos del personaje.

Marvel Studios recuperó los derechos del personaje y en 2008 se estrenó una nueva versión con el título The Incredible Hulk, conocida erróneamente como Hulk 2. Dirigida por Louis Leterrier y protagonizada por Edward Norton como Bruce Banner, Liv Tyler como Betty Ross, Tim Roth como Emil Blonsky, la Abominación, William Hurt como Thunderbolt Ross y Lou Ferrigno poniéndole voz a Hulk. El guionista Zak Penn trabajó en una secuela más cercana a los cómics y la serie de televisión. Norton reescribió el guion tras aceptar actuar como actor principal, eliminando cualquier vínculo con el anterior film recontando el origen del personaje mediante flashbacks.

Hulk regreso el 4 de mayo de 2012 en la superproducción de The Avengers, como miembro y fundador del equipo homónimo. Debido a problemas con la producción, Edward Norton no volvió a interpretar al alter ego del gigante esmeralda, Bruce Banner; esta vez su puesto fue ocupado por el actor Mark Ruffalo y se empleó la técnica de Motion Capture, usadas en la película Avatar, para crear a Hulk de manera mucho más realista.

En la película Iron Man 3 (2013) Bruce Banner hace una aparición en la escena post-creditos donde se puede notar que Tony Stark le ha contado su vida entera al inicio de la película.

En el 2015, Hulk regresará en la nueva película Avengers: Age of Ultron, donde se enfrenta a Ironman con su Hulk-Buster.

Después volverá en Los vengadores 3 partes I y II.

Videojuegos

En el formato de video juego ha aparecido en Los Cuatro Fantásticos, Hulk: Ultimate Destrucción, Marvel Ultimate Alliance, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2, El Increíble Hulk, Marvel Super Hero Squad, Super Hero Squad Online y varios juegos de lucha desde Marvel super Heroes vs Street Fighter a la serie de Marvel vs Capcom (Clash of Heroes 2: New Age of Heroes y 3: Fate of Two Worlds), él también es un personaje jugable en el juego MMO de Marvel Héroes y Disney Infinity.

LISTADO CRONOLOGICO

AÑOS1962 - 19701970 - 19801980 - 19901990 - 20002000 - 20102010 - 2015+ 2015

Hulk

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May 1962:

The Incredible Hulk (1962) #1 – ‘The Coming of the Hulk’

July 1962:
The Incredible Hulk (1962) #2 – ‘The Terror of the Toad Men’

September 1962:
The Incredible Hulk (1962) #3 – ‘Banished to Outer Space’

November 1962:
The Incredible Hulk (1962) #4 – ‘The Monster and the Machine’

January 1963:
The Incredible Hulk (1962) #5 – ‘Beauty and the Beast!’

March 1963:
Fantastic Four (1961) #12 – ‘The Incredible Hulk’
The Incredible Hulk (1962) #6 – ‘The Incredible Hulk Vs. the Metal Master!’

September 1963:
The Avengers (1963) #1 – ‘The Coming of the Avengers!’

November 1963:
The Avengers (1963) #2 – ‘The Avengers! Battle… “The Space Phantom”‘

January 1964:
Tales of Suspense (1959) #49
The Avengers (1963) #3 – ‘The Avengers Meet… Sub-Mariner!’

April 1964:
Fantastic Four (1961) #25 – ‘The Hulk vs. The Thing’

May 1964:
Fantastic Four (1961) #26 – ‘The Avengers Take Over’
The Avengers (1963) #5 – ‘The Invasion of the Lava Men!’

July 1964:
The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #14 – ‘The Grotesque Adventure of The Green Goblin’

September 1964:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #59

October 1964:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #60

November 1964:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #61

December 1964:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #62

January 1965:
Journey Into Mystery (1952) #112
Tales to Astonish (1959) #63

February 1965:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #64

March 1965:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #65

April 1965:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #66

May 1965:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #67

June 1965:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #68
The Avengers (1963) #17 – ‘Four Against The Minotaur!’

July 1965:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #69

August 1965:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #70

September 1965:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #71

October 1965:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #72

November 1965:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #73

December 1965:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #74

January 1966:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #75

February 1966:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #76

March 1966:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #77

April 1966:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #78

May 1966:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #79

June 1966:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #80
July 1966:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #81

August 1966:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #82

September 1966:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #83

October 1966:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #84

November 1966:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #85

December 1966:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #86

Annual 1966:
The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) Annual 03 – ‘… To Become an Avenger!’

January 1967:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #87

February 1967:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #88

March 1967:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #89

April 1967:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #90

May 1967:
Strange Tales (1951) #156
Tales to Astonish (1959) #91

June 1967:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #92

July 1967:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #93

August 1967:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #94

September 1967:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #95

October 1967:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #96

November 1967:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #97

December 1967:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #98 – ‘…To Destroy the Realm Eternal!’

January 1968:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #99 – ‘When the Monster Wakes!’

February 1968:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #100 – ‘Let There Be Battle!’

March 1968:
Tales to Astonish (1959) #101

April 1968:
The Avengers (1963) #51 – ‘In The Clutches of… The Collector!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #102 – ‘This World Not His Own’

May 1968:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #103 – ‘And Now…the Space Parasite!’

June 1968:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #104 – ‘Ring Around the Rhino!’

July 1968:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #105 – ‘This Monster Unleashed!’

August 1968:
Silver Surfer (1968) #1 – ‘The Origin of the Silver Surfer!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #106 – ‘Above the Earth– A Titan Rages!’

September 1968:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #107 – ‘Ten Rings Hath… The Mandarin!’

October 1968:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #108 – ‘Monster Triumphant!’

November 1968:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #109 – ‘The Monster and the Man-Beast!’

December 1968:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #110 – ‘Umbu, the Unliving!’

Annual 1968:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) Special 01 – ‘A Refuge Divided!’

January 1969:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #111 – ‘Shanghied in Space!’

February 1969:
Captain America (1968) #110 – ‘No Longer Alone!’
Silver Surfer (1968) #4 – ‘The Good, the Bad, and the Uncanny!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #112 – ‘The Brute Battles On!’

March 1969:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #113 – ‘Where Fall the Shifting Sands?’

April 1969:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #114 – ‘At Last I Will Have My Revenge!’

May 1969:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #115 – ‘Lo, The Leader Lives’

June 1969:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #116 – ‘The Eve of Annihilation!’

July 1969:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #117 – ‘World’s End?’

August 1969:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #118 – ‘A Clash of Titans’

September 1969:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #119 – ‘At the Mercy of– Maximus the Mad!’

October 1969:
Captain Marvel (1968) #17 – ‘And a Child Shall Lead You!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #120 – ‘On the Side of… …the Evil Inhumans!’

November 1969:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #121 – ‘Within the Swamp, There Stirs… A Glob!’

December 1969:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #122 – ‘The Hulk’s Last Fight!’

January 1970:
Silver Surfer (1968) #12 – ‘Gather, Ye Witches!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #123 – ‘No More The Monster!’

February 1970:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #124 – ‘The Rhino Says No!’

March 1970:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #125 – ‘…And Now, The Absorbing Man!’
Uncanny X-Men (1963) #66 – ‘The Mutants and the Monster’

April 1970:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #126 – ‘… Where Stalks the Night-Crawler!’

May 1970:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #127 – ‘Mogol!’

June 1970:
Captain Marvel (1968) #20 – ‘The Hunter and the Holocaust’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #128 – ‘And In This Corner… The Avengers!’

July 1970:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #129 – ‘Again, The Glob!’

August 1970:
Captain Marvel (1968) #21 – ‘Here Comes the Hulk!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #130 – ‘If I Kill You– I Die!’

September 1970:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #131 – ‘A Titan Stalks the Tenements!’

October 1970:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #132 – ‘In the Hands of Hydra!’

November 1970:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #133 – ‘Day of Thunder– Night of Death!’

December 1970:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #134 – ‘Among Us Walks … The Golem’

January 1971:
Iron Man (1968) #33 – ‘Their Mission: Destroy Stark Industries’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #135 – ‘Descent Into the Time-Storm!’

February 1971:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #136 – ‘Klaatu! The Behemoth From Beyond Space!’
The Sub-Mariner (1968) #34 – ‘Titans Three!’

March 1971:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #137 – ‘The Stars, Mine Enemy!’
The Sub-Mariner (1968) #35 – ‘Confrontation!’

April 1971:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #138 – ‘…Sincerely, The Sandman!’

May 1971:
The Avengers (1963) #88 – ‘The Summons of Psyklop’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #139 – ‘Many Foes Has The Hulk!’

June 1971:
Fantastic Four (1961) #111 – ‘The Thing — Amok!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #140 – ‘The Brute… …That Shouted Love…’

July 1971:
Fantastic Four (1961) #112 – ‘Battle of the Behemoths!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #141 – ‘His Name is… Samson!’

August 1971:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #142 – ‘They Shoot Hulks, Don’t They?’

September 1971:
Fantastic Four (1961) #114 – ‘But Who Shall Stop the Over-Mind?’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #143 – ‘Sanctuary!’

October 1971:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #144 – ‘The Monster and the Madman!’

November 1971:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #145 – ‘Godspawn’

December 1971:
Marvel Feature (1971) #1 – ‘The Day of the Defenders!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #146 – ‘And the Measure of a Man is… Death!’

January 1972:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #147 – ‘The End of Doc Samson!’

February 1972:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #148 – ‘But Tomorrow — The Sun Shall Die!’

March 1972:
Marvel Feature (1971) #2 – ‘Nightmare On Bald Mountain’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #149 – ‘The Inheritor!’

April 1972:
Marvel Premiere (1972) #1 – ‘And Men Shall Call Him… Warlock!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #150 – ‘Cry Hulk, Cry Havok!’

May 1972:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #151 – ‘When Monsters Meet!’

June 1972:
Marvel Feature (1971) #3 – ‘A Titan Walks Among Us’
The Avengers (1963) #100 – ‘Whatever Gods There Be!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #152 – ‘But Who Will Judge the Hulk?’

July 1972:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #153 – ‘The World, My Jury!’

August 1972:
The Defenders (1972) #1 – ‘I Slay by the Stars’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #154 – ‘Hell is a Very Small Hulk!’

September 1972:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #155 – ‘Destination: Nightmare!’

October 1972:
The Defenders (1972) #2 – ‘The Secret of the Silver Surfer!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #156 – ‘Holocaust at the Heart of the Atom!’

November 1972:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #157 – ‘Name My Vengeance: Rhino!’

December 1972:
The Defenders (1972) #3 – ‘Four Against the Gods’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #158 – ‘Frenzy on a Far-Away World!’
Warlock (1972) #3 – ‘The Apollo Eclipse’

January 1973:
The Avengers (1963) #107 – ‘The Master Plan of the Space Phantom!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #159 – ‘Two Years Before the Abomination!’

February 1973:
The Defenders (1972) #4 – ‘The New Defender!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #160 – ‘Nightmare in Niagara Falls!’

March 1973:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #161 – ‘Beyond the Border Lurks Death!’

April 1973:
Fantastic Four (1961) #133 – ‘Thundra at Dawn!’
The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #119 – ‘The Gentleman’s Name Is … Hulk!’
The Defenders (1972) #5 – ‘World Without End?’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #162 – ‘Spawn of the Flesh-Eater!’

May 1973:
The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #120 – ‘The Fight And The Fury!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #163 – ‘Trackdown’

June 1973:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #164 – ‘The Phantom From 5,000 Fathoms!’

July 1973:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #165 – ‘The Green-Skinned God!’

August 1973:
The Avengers (1963) #114 – ‘Night of the Swordsman’
The Defenders (1972) #7 – ‘War Below the Waves!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #166 – ‘The Destroyer From the Dynamo!’

September 1973:
Marvel Feature (1971) #11 – ‘Cry: Monster!’
The Defenders (1972) #8 – ‘… If Atlantis Should Fall!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #167 – ‘To Destroy the Monster!’

October 1973:
Marvel Team-Up (1972) #14 – ‘Mayhem is…the Men-Fish!’
The Avengers (1963) #116 – ‘Betrayal!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #168 – ‘The Hate of the Harpy!’

November 1973:
The Defenders (1972) #10 – ‘Breakthrough!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #169 – ‘Calamity in the Clouds!’

December 1973:
The Avengers (1963) #118 – ‘To the Death!’
The Defenders (1972) #11 – ‘A Dark and Stormy Knight’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #170 – ‘Death From on High!’

January 1974:
Marvel Two-In-One (1974) #1 – ‘Vengence of the Molecule Man’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #171 – ‘Revenge!’

February 1974:
Marvel Team-Up (1972) #18 – ‘Where Bursts The Bomb!’
The Defenders (1972) #12 – ‘The Titan Strikes Back!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #172 – ‘And Canst Thou Slay… The Juggernaut?’

March 1974:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #173 – ‘Anybody Out There Remember… The Cobalt Man?’

April 1974:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #174 – ‘Doomsday — Down Under!’

May 1974:
Giant-Size Super-Stars (1974) #1 – ‘The Mind of the Monster!’
The Defenders (1972) #13 – ‘For Sale: One Planet — Slightly Used!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #175 – ‘Man-Brute in the Hidden Land!’

June 1974:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #176 – ‘Crisis on Counter-Earth!’

July 1974:
Captain America (1968) #175 – ‘… Before the Dawn!’
Giant-Size Defenders (1974) #1 – ‘The Way They Were!’
The Defenders (1972) #14 – ‘And Who Shall Inherit the Earth?’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #177 – ‘Peril of the Plural Planet!’

August 1974:
Giant-Size Man-Thing (1974) #1
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #178 – ‘Triumph on Terra-Two’

September 1974:
The Defenders (1972) #15 – ‘Panic Beneath the Earth!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #179 – ‘Re-Enter: The Missing Link!’

October 1974:
Giant-Size Defenders (1974) #2 – ‘H…as in Hulk…Hell…and Holocaust!’
The Avengers (1963) #128 – ‘Bewitched, Bothered, and Dead!’
The Defenders (1972) #16 – ‘Alpha, The Ultimate Mutant!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #180 – ‘And the Wind Howls… Wendigo!’

November 1974:
Captain America (1968) #179 – ‘Slings and Arrows’
Giant-Size Avengers (1974) #2 – ‘A Blast From the Past!’
Marvel Team-Up (1972) #27 – ‘A Friend in Need!’
The Defenders (1972) #17 – ‘Power Play!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #181 – ‘And Now… The Wolverine!’

December 1974:
Monsters Unleashed (1973) #9
Power Man (1974) #22 – ‘The Broadway Mayhem of 1974’
The Defenders (1972) #18 – ‘Rampage!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #182 – ‘Between Hammer and Anvil!’

January 1975:
Giant-Size Defenders (1974) #3 – ‘Games Godlings Play!’
The Defenders (1972) #19 – ‘Doomball!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #183 – ‘Fury at 50,000 Volts!’

February 1975:
Strange Tales (1951) #178 – ‘Who is Adam Warlock? / Enter the Magus!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #184 – ‘Shadow on the Land!’

March 1975:
The Defenders (1972) #21 – ‘Enter: The Headmen!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #185 – ‘Deathknell!’
Thor (1966) #233 – ‘Midgard Aflame!’

April 1975:
Ghost Rider (1973) #11 – ‘The Desolation Run!’
Giant-Size Defenders (1974) #4 – ‘Too Cold a Night For Dying!’
The Defenders (1972) #22 – ‘Fangs of Fire and Blood!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #186 – ‘The Day of the Devastator!’

May 1975:
Giant-Size X-Men (1975) #1
The Defenders (1972) #23 – ‘…The Snakes Shall Inherit the Earth!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #187 – ‘There’s a Gremlin in the Works!’

June 1975:
Ghost Rider (1973) #12 – ‘Phantom of the Killer Skies’
The Defenders (1972) #24 – ‘– In the Jaws of the Serpent!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #188 – ‘Mind Over Mayhem!’

July 1975:
The Defenders (1972) #25 – ‘The Serpent Sheds Its Skin’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #189 – ‘None are so Blind…!’

August 1975:
Ghost Rider (1973) #13 – ‘You’ve Got a Second Chance, Johnny Blaze!’
Giant-Size Defenders (1974) #5 – ‘Eelar Moves in Mysterious Ways!’
Super-Villain Team-Up (1975) #1 – ‘Slayers From The Sea!’
The Defenders (1972) #26 – ‘Savage Time!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #190 – ‘The Man Who Came Down on a Rainbow!’

September 1975:
The Defenders (1972) #27 – ‘Three Worlds to Conquer!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #191 – ‘The Triumph of theToad!’

October 1975:
Inhumans (1975) #1 – ‘Spawn of Alien Heat’
Man-Thing (1974) #22 – ‘Pop Goes The Cosmos!’
The Defenders (1972) #28 – ‘My Mother, the Badoon!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #192 – ‘The Lurker Beneath Loch Fear!’

November 1975:
The Defenders (1972) #29 – ‘Let My Planet Go!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #193 – ‘The Doctor’s Name Is… Samson!’

December 1975:
The Defenders (1972) #30 – ‘Gold Diggers of Fear!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #194 – ‘The Day of the Locust!’

January 1976:
Fantastic Four (1961) #166 – ‘If It’s Tuesday, This Must Be the Hulk!’
The Defenders (1972) #31 – ‘Nighthawk’s Brain!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #195 – ‘Warfare in Wonderland!’

February 1976:
Fantastic Four (1961) #167 – ‘Titans Two!’
The Defenders (1972) #32 – ‘Musical Minds!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #196 – ‘The Abomination Proclamation’

March 1976:
Fantastic Four (1961) #168 – ‘Where Have All the Powers Gone?’
The Defenders (1972) #33 – ‘Webbed Hands, Warm Heart!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #197 – ‘…And Man-Thing Makes Three!’

April 1976:
The Defenders (1972) #34 – ‘I Think We’re All Bozos In This Book!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #198 – ‘The Shangri-La Syndrome!’

May 1976:
Omega the Unknown (1976) #2 – ‘Welcome to Hell’s Kitchen!’
The Defenders (1972) #35 – ‘Bring Back My Body To Me, To Me…!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #199 – ‘..And SHIELD Shall Follow!’

June 1976:
The Defenders (1972) #36 – ‘A Garden of Earthly Demise!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #200 – ‘An Intruder in the Mind!’

July 1976:
Fantastic Four (1961) #172 – ‘Cry, the Bedeviled Planet!’
The Defenders (1972) #37 – ‘Evil in Bloom!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #201 – ‘The Sword and the Sorcerer!’

August 1976:
The Avengers (1963) #150 – ‘Avengers Assemble!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #202 – ‘Havoc at the Heart of the Atom’

September 1976:
The Avengers (1963) #151 – ‘At Last: the Decision!’
The Defenders (1972) #39 – ‘Riot In Cellblock 12!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #203 – ‘Assault on Psyklop!’

October 1976:
The Defenders (1972) #40 – ‘Love, Anarchy and, Oh Yes… The Assassin!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #204 – ‘Vicious Circle!’

November 1976:
Captain Marvel (1968) #47 – ‘Crisis!’
Marvel Team-Up (1972) #51 – ‘The Trial Of The Wraith!’
The Defenders (1972) #41 – ‘Intrude in the Sand!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #205 – ‘Do Not Forsake Me!’

December 1976:
The Defenders (1972) #42 – ‘And In This Corner: The New Emissaries of Evil!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #206 – ‘A Man-Brute Berserk!’

Annual 1976:
The Defenders (1972) Annual 01 – ‘World Gone Sane?’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) Annual 05 – ‘And Six Shall Crush the Hulk’

January 1977:
Marvel Team-Up (1972) #53 – ‘Nightmare in New Mexico!’
The Defenders (1972) #43 – ‘This World Is Mine!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #207 – ‘Alone Against the Defenders!’

February 1977:
The Champions (1975) #11 – ‘The Shadow from the Stars’
The Defenders (1972) #44 – ‘Rage of the Rajah!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #208 – ‘A Monster In Our Midst!’

March 1977:
Marvel Team-Up (1972) #54 – ‘Spider in the Middle!’
Marvel Team-Up (1972) #55 – ‘Spider, Spider on the Moon!’
The Avengers (1963) #157 – ‘A Ghost of Stone!’
The Defenders (1972) #45 – ‘We Must Free The Defenders!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #209 – ‘The Absorbing Man Is Out For Blood!!’

April 1977:
The Defenders (1972) #46 – ‘Prelude: Who Remembers Scorpio?’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #210 – ‘And Call the Doctor… Druid!’
What If? (1977) #2 – ‘What If… The Hulk Had The Brain of Bruce Banner?’

May 1977:
The Defenders (1972) #47 – ‘Night Moves!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #211 – ‘The Monster and the Mystic!’

June 1977:
The Defenders (1972) #48 – ‘Part One: Sinister Savior!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #212 – ‘Crushed By The Constrictor!’
What If? (1977) #3 – ‘What If… The Avengers Had Never Been?’

July 1977:
The Avengers (1963) #161 – ‘Beware the Ant-Man!’
The Defenders (1972) #49 – ‘Part Two: Rampage’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #213 – ‘You Just Don’t Quarrel With The Quintronic Man!’

August 1977:
Inhumans (1975) #12 – ‘A Berserker Called Hulk!’
The Defenders (1972) #50 – ‘Part Three: Scorpio Must Die!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #214 – ‘The Jack of Hearts is Wild!’

September 1977:
The Defenders (1972) #51 – ‘A Round With the Ringer!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #215 – ‘Home is Where the Hurt Is’

October 1977:
The Defenders (1972) #52 – ‘Defender of the Realm!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #216 – ‘Countdown to Catastrophe!’
What If? (1977) #5 – ‘What If Captain America And Bucky Had Both Survived World War II?’

November 1977:
Captain Marvel (1968) #53 – ‘The War Of The Three Galaxies!’
The Champions (1975) #16 – ‘A World Lost!’
The Defenders (1972) #53 – ‘The Prince and the Presence!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #217 – ‘The Circus of Lost Souls!’

December 1977:
The Defenders (1972) #54 – ‘A Study in Survival!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #218 – ‘The Rhino Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore’

Annual 1977:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) Annual 06 – ‘Beware the Beehive!’

January 1978:
The Defenders (1972) #55 – ‘Emotion, Ego… and Empty Expectations!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #219 – ‘No Man Is An Island!’

February 1978:
The Defenders (1972) #56 – ‘Val’s New York Adventure!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #220 – ‘Fury at 5000 Fathoms!’
The Spectacular Spider-Man (1976) #15 – ‘The Final Rage!’

March 1978:
The Defenders (1972) #57 – ‘And Along Came… Ms. Marvel!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #221 – ‘Show Me The Way To Go Home’

April 1978:
The Defenders (1972) #58 – ‘Part 1: Agents of Fortune’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #222 – ‘Feeding Billy’
Thor (1966) #270 – ‘Minute of Madness — Dark Day of Doom!’

May 1978:
The Defenders (1972) #59 – ‘Part 2: Tyranny and Mutation’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #223 – ‘The Curing of Dr. Banner!’

June 1978:
Iron Man (1968) #111 – ‘The Man, the Metal, and the Mayhem!’
The Defenders (1972) #60 – ‘Part 3: The Revenge of Vera Gemini!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #224 – ‘Follow the Leader!’

July 1978:
Captain Marvel (1968) #57 – ‘Star Burst’
The Defenders (1972) #61 – ‘Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Lunatik!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #225 – ‘Is There Hulk After Death?’

August 1978:
Hulk (1978) #10 – ‘Thunder of Dawn’
The Defenders (1972) #62 – ‘Membership Madness!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #226 – ‘Big Monster on Campus!’

September 1978:
The Defenders (1972) #63 – ‘Deadlier By the Dozen!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #227 – ‘The Monster’s Analyst’

October 1978:
Hulk (1978) #11
Marvel Premiere (1972) #44 – ‘The Jack of Hearts!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #228 – ‘Bad Moon on the Rise!’

November 1978:
The Defenders (1972) #65 – ‘Of Ambitions and Giant Amoebas’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #229 – ‘The Moonstone is a Harsh Mistress!’

December 1978:
Hulk (1978) #12
Marvel Two-In-One (1974) #46 – ‘Battle In Burbank!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #230 – ‘The Harvester From Beyond!’
What If? (1977) #12 – ‘What If… Rick Jones Had Become the Hulk?’

Annual 1978:
The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) Annual 12 – ‘The Gentleman’s Name Is Hulk’ (Reimpresión del número 19 y 20)
The Incredible Hulk (1968) Annual 07 – ‘The Evil That is Cast…’

1979:
Special Edition: Spider-Man vs. the Hulk (1979) nn – ‘Chaos on Campus!’

January 1979:
The Defenders (1972) #67 – ‘We, the Unliving…’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #231 – ‘Prelude!’

February 1979:
Captain America (1968) #230 – ‘Assault On Alcatraz!’
Hulk (1978) #13
The Defenders (1972) #68 – ‘Valhalla Can Wait!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #232 – ‘The Battle Below’

March 1979:
Captain America (1968) #231 – ‘Aftermath!’
The Defenders (1972) #69 – ‘The Anything Man!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #233 – ‘The Bottom of the Bay’
Thor (1966) #281 – ‘This Hammer Lost!’

April 1979:
Hulk (1978) #14
The Defenders (1972) #70 – ‘Catch a Falling Lunatik!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #234 – ‘Battleground: Berkeley!’

May 1979:
Iron Man (1968) #122 – ‘Journey!’
The Defenders (1972) #71 – ‘Stranger & Stranger in a Strange Land’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #235 – ‘The Monster and the Machine’

June 1979:
Hulk (1978) #15
The Defenders (1972) #72 – ‘Up From the Sky!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #236 – ‘Kill Or Be Killed!’

July 1979:
The Defenders (1972) #73 – ‘Of Wizards, Shadows & Kings’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #237 – ‘When a City Dies!’

August 1979:
Doctor Strange (1974) #36 – ‘The Man Who Knew Stephen Sanders!’
Hulk (1978) #16
The Defenders (1972) #74 – ‘Fools Rush In!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #238 – ‘Post Hulk…Post Holocaust!’

September 1979:
The Defenders (1972) #75 – ‘Poetic Justice’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #239 – ‘All That Glitters…’

October 1979:
Hulk (1978) #17
Marvel Premiere (1972) #50 – ‘From the Inside’
The Defenders (1972) #76 – ‘Little Triggers!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #240 – ‘…And Now El Dorado’

November 1979:
The Defenders (1972) #77 – ‘Waiting for the End of the World!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #241 – ‘Partners in Deception!’

December 1979:
Hulk (1978) #18
The Defenders (1972) #78 – ‘The Return of the Original Defenders!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #242 – ‘Sic Semper Tyrannus’
Annual 1979:
Marvel Team-Up (1972) Annual 02 – ‘Murder In Cathedral Canyon!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) Annual 08 – ‘Sasquatch!’

1980:
Marvel Treasury Edition (1974) #25 – ‘Spider-Man vs The Hulk! at the Winter Olympics’

January 1980:
The Defenders (1972) #79 – ‘Chains of Love!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #243 – ‘Death — And Destiny!’

February 1980:
Iron Man (1968) #131 – ‘Hulk Is Where The Heart Is!’
The Defenders (1972) #80 – ‘Once a Defender’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #244 – ‘It Lives!’
The Savage She-Hulk (1980) #1 – ‘The She-Hulk Lives’

March 1980:
Daredevil (1964) #163 – ‘Blind Alley’
Iron Man (1968) #132 – ‘The Man Who Would Be Hulk’
Marvel Super-Heroes (1967) #87 – ‘Descent Into The Time-Storm’
Marvel Two-In-One (1974) #61 – ‘The Coming of Her!’
The Defenders (1972) #81 – ‘War in Ogeon!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #245 – ‘When the Hulk Comes Raging!’

April 1980:
Iron Man (1968) #133 – ‘The Hero Within!’
The Defenders (1972) #82 – ‘Wizard Death!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #246 – ‘The Hero and the Hulk’
What If? (1977) #20 – ‘What If?…The Avengers Had Fought the Kree-Skrull War Without Rick Jones?’

May 1980:
The Defenders (1972) #83 – ‘End of the Tunnel’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #247 – ‘Tarella’s World’

Summer 1980:
Special Edition: Spider-Man and The Hulk (1980) #1 – ‘Spider-Man and The Hulk!’

June 1980:
The Defenders (1972) #84 – ‘Battle Royal!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #248 – ‘How Green My Garden Grows!’

July 1980:
The Defenders (1972) #85 – ‘Like a Proud Black Panther…’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #249 – ‘Jack Frost Nipping At Your Soul!’

August 1980:
The Defenders (1972) #86 – ‘The Left Hand of Silence!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #250 – ‘Monster!’

September 1980:
Marvel Team-Up (1972) #97 – ‘Doctor of Madness!’
The Defenders (1972) #87 – ‘Inquest’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #251 – ‘Whatever Happened to the 3-D Man?’

October 1980:
The Defenders (1972) #88 – ‘Lord of the Whales’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #252 – ‘The Changelings!’
What If? (1977) #23 – ‘What If… The Hulk’s Girlfriend Jarella Had Not Died?’

November 1980:
Ghost Rider (1973) #50 – ‘Manitou’s Anger… Tarantula’s Sting!’
The Defenders (1972) #89 – ‘A Death in the Family!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #253 – ‘The Changelings Part II!’

December 1980:
The Defenders (1972) #90 – ‘Mind Over Mandrill!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #254 – ‘Waiting for the U-Foes!’

Annual 1980:
Marvel Team-Up (1972) Annual 03 – ‘Monster in the Meadow’
Marvel Two-In-One (1974) Annual 05 – ‘Skirmish With Death’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) Annual 09 – ‘A Game of Monsters and Kings’

1981:
Marvel Treasury Edition (1974) #28 – ‘The Heroes and the Holocaust!’
Spider-Man and The Incredible Hulk (1981) nn – ‘Pipeline to Peril!’

January 1981:
The Defenders (1972) #91 – ‘Defiance’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #255 – ‘Thunder Under the East River!’

February 1981:
The Defenders (1972) #92 – ‘Eternity…Humanity…Oblivion!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #256 – ‘Power in the Promised Land!’

March 1981:
The Defenders (1972) #93 – ‘The Woman Behind the Man!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #257 – ‘Crypt of Chaos!’

April 1981:
Marvel Team-Up (1972) #104 – ‘Ka-Zar is King!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #258 – ‘…To Hunt the Hulk!’

May 1981:
Captain America (1968) #257 – ‘Deadly Anniversary!’
Marvel Team-Up (1972) #105 – ‘A Small Circle of Hate!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #259 – ‘The Family That Dies Together…!’

June 1981:
Marvel Two-In-One (1974) #76 – ‘The Big Top Bandits’
Superman and Spider-Man (1981) nn
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #260 – ‘Sunset of a Samurai!’

July 1981:
The Avengers (1963) #209 – ‘The Resurrection Stone’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #261 – ‘Encounter on Easter Island!’

August 1981:
Dazzler (1981) #6 – ‘The Hulk May Be Hazardous To Your Health!’
Marvel Two-In-One (1974) #78 – ‘Monster Man!’
The Defenders (1972) #98 – ‘The Hand Closes!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #262 – ‘People in Glass Houses Shouldn’t Hurt Hulks!’

Fall 1981:
DC Special Series (1977) #27 – ‘The Monster and the Madman’

September 1981:
Dazzler (1981) #7 – ‘Fort Apache, The Hulk!’
The Defenders (1972) #99 – ‘The Final Conflict?’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #263 – ‘I Feel the Earth Move Under My Feet, and the Sky Come Tumbling Down!’

October 1981:
The Defenders (1972) #100 – ‘Hell on Earth!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #264 – ‘He Flies By Night!’

November 1981:
Marvel Team-Up (1972) #111 – ‘Of Spiders and Serpents!’
The Avengers (1963) #213 – ‘Court-Martial’
The Defenders (1972) #101 – ‘Renewal!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #265 – ‘You Get What You Need!’

December 1981:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #266 – ‘Devolution!’
The Spectacular Spider-Man (1976) #61 – ‘By the Light of the Silvery Moonstone…!’

Annual 1981:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) Annual 10 – ‘Rarrrarghh (or Nothing Stops the Hulk)’

1982:
Spider-Man and The Incredible Hulk (1981) nn – ‘The Colorado Caper!’
Spider-Man and The Incredible Hulk (1981) nn – ‘The Great Rodeo Robbery’
Spider-Man and The Incredible Hulk (1981) nn – ‘Chaos in Kansas City!’

January 1982:
Hulk (1981) 1982-01
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #267 – ‘What a Day For a Daydream!’
Thor (1966) #315 – ‘The Thunder God and the Bi-Beast’

February 1982:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #268 – ‘And They Called the Wind Pariah!’

March 1982:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #269 – ‘The Hulk-Hunters!’

April 1982:
Marvel Graphic Novel (1982) #1 – ‘The Death of Captain Marvel’
ROM Spaceknight (1979) #29 – ‘Even A Spaceknight Can Cry!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #270 – ‘The Goliath, the Gargoyle and the Galaxy Master!’

May 1982:
Fantastic Four Roast (1982) #1 – ‘When Titans Chuckle!’
Hulk (1981) 1982-05
The Defenders (1972) #107 – ‘On Death and Dying…’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #271 – ‘Rocket Raccoon!’

June 1982:
FantaCo’s Chronicles Series (1981) #4 – ‘The Avengers Chronicles’
Marvel Super Hero Contest of Champions (1982) #1 – ‘A Gathering of Heroes! Chapter 1’
The Defenders (1972) #108 – ‘The Wasteland!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #272 – ‘Weirdsong of the Wen-Di-Go!’
The Spectacular Spider-Man (1976) #67 – ‘Boomerang – The Killer Who Keeps Coming Back!’

July 1982:
The Defenders (1972) #109 – ‘Vengeance! Cries the Valkyrie!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #273 – ‘Once a Hulk, Always a Hulk!’

August 1982:
Hulk (1981) 1982-08
Marvel Super Hero Contest of Champions (1982) #3 – ‘Chapter 4: Third Contest: Siege in the City of the Dead!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #274 – ‘Home the Hard Way!’

September 1982:
The Defenders (1972) #111 – ‘Fathers and Daughters’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #275 – ‘Megalith!’

October 1982:
Hulk (1981) 1982-10
The Defenders (1972) #112 – ‘Strange Visitor From Another Planet!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) Annual 11 – ‘The Day the Earth Turned Green’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #276 – ‘The Return of the U-Foes!’

November 1982:
The Avengers (1963) #225 – ‘The Fall of Avalon’
The Defenders (1972) #113 – ‘Moon Madness!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #277 – ‘What Friends Are For!’

December 1982:
The Defenders (1972) #114 – ‘Dance of Darkness/Dance of Light!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #278 – ‘Amnesty!’

Annual 1982:
Marvel Two-In-One (1974) Annual 07 – ‘And They Shall Call Him… Champion!’
The Avengers (1963) Annual 11 – ‘In Honor’s Name!’

1983:
Mighty Marvel Team-Up Thrillers (1983) TPB vol. 01

January 1983:
The Defenders (1972) #115 – ‘A Very Wrong Turn!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #279 – ‘Everybody Loves a Parade, Right?’
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe (1983) #1 – ‘A: From Abomination to Avengers Quinjet’

February 1983:
Marvel Team-Up (1972) #126 – ‘A Firm Offer!’
Marvel Two-In-One (1974) #96 – ‘Visiting Hours!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #280 – ‘Alone In A Crowd!’

March 1983:
Marvel Fanfare (1982) #7 – ‘With Friends Like These…’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #281 – ‘Audition!’
The Incredible Hulk Versus Quasimodo (1983) #1 – ‘The Hulk Meets the Hunchback of Notre Dame!’
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe (1983) #3 – ‘C-D: From The Collector to Dracula’

April 1983:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #282 – ‘Again Arsenal!’

May 1983:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #283 – ‘Follow the Leader!’
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe (1983) #5 – ‘H-J: From Hangman to Juggernaut’

June 1983:
Marvel Two-In-One (1974) #100 – ‘Aftermath’
Spider-Woman (1978) #50 – ‘Lifeline’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #284 – ‘Time-Lost!’

July 1983:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #285 – ‘Today is the First Day of the Rest of My Life!’

August 1983:
Blip (1983) #7 – ‘Who Will Stop The Hulk??’
The Defenders (1972) #122 – ‘Things to Come!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #286 – ‘Hero’

September 1983:
The Defenders (1972) #123 – ‘Of Elves and Androids!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #287 – ‘Loose Ends!’

October 1983:
The Defenders (1972) #124 – ‘Darkness On the Edge of Time!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #288 – ‘Yellow Fever?’

November 1983:
Marvel Age (1983) #8
The Defenders (1972) #125 – ‘Hello, I Must Be Going (or… Mad Dogs and Elvishmen!)’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #289 – ‘A.I.M. For The Top!’

December 1983:
Moon Knight Special Edition (1983) #2
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #290 – ‘Unholy Alliance’

Annual 1983:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) Annual 12 – ‘Amazing Grace’

January 1984:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #291 – ‘Old Soldiers Never Die!’

February 1984:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #292 – ‘Dragon-Night!’

March 1984:
Marvel Age (1983) #12
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #293 – ‘Assassin!’

April 1984:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #294 – ‘Boomerang!’
The Marvel Fumetti Book (1984) #1

May 1984:
Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars (1984) #1 – ‘The Wars Begins’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #295 – ‘Turning Point!’
The Spectacular Spider-Man (1976) #90 – ‘Where, Oh Where Has My Spider-Man Gone…?’

June 1984:
Alpha Flight (1983) #11 – ‘Set-Up’
Fantastic Four (1961) #267 – ‘A Small Loss’
Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars (1984) #2 – ‘Prisoners of War!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #296 – ‘To Kill or Cure!’

July 1984:
Fantastic Four (1961) #268 – ‘The Masque of Doom!’
Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars (1984) #3 – ‘Tempest Without, Crisis Within’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #297 – ‘Sleep, My Child…’

August 1984:
Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars (1984) #4 – ‘Situation: Hopeless’
Questprobe (1984) #1
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #298 – ‘Sleepwalker!’

September 1984:
Marvel Age (1983) #18
Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars (1984) #5 – ‘The Battle Of Four Armies’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #299 – ‘Strange Days Have Found Us!’

October 1984:
Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars (1984) #6 – ‘A Little Death…’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #300 – ‘Days of Rage!’

November 1984:
Marvel Age (1983) #20
Marvel Fanfare (1982) #17 – ‘Sky-Wolf!’
Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars (1984) #7 – ‘Berserker!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #301 – ‘Crossroads!’

December 1984:
Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars (1984) #8 – ‘Invasion!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #302 – ‘Lady of Life – City of Death!’

Annual 1984:
The Avengers (1963) Annual 13 – ‘In Memory Yet Green!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) Annual 13 – ‘Friends’

January 1985:
Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars (1984) #9 – ‘Assault on Galactus!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #303 – ‘Growing Up Is Hard To Do!’

February 1985:
Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars (1984) #10 – ‘Death to the Beyonder’
The Avengers (1963) #252 – ‘Deciding Factor!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #304 – ‘Prisoners!’

March 1985:
Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars (1984) #11 – ‘.. And Dust To Dust’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #305 – ‘Fancy Meeting You Here!’

April 1985:
Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars (1984) #12 – ‘…Nothing to Fear…’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #306 – ‘Call Me Ishmael, Call Me… Hulk!’

May 1985:
Marvel Fanfare (1982) #20 – ‘The Clash’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #307 – ‘…The Hunt Across Worlds!’

June 1985:
Marvel Age (1983) #27
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #308 – ‘…And Here There Be — Demons!’
Uncanny X-Men (1963) #194 – ‘Juggernaut’s Back in Town’

July 1985:
Marvel Fanfare (1982) #21 – ‘The Clash: Part Two’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #309 – ‘The Triad!’

August 1985:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #310 – ‘Banner Redux’

September 1985:
Marvel Age (1983) #30
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #311 – ‘Life is a Four-Letter Word!’

October 1985:
Alpha Flight (1983) #27 – ‘Betrayal’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #312 – ‘Monster’
Web of Spider-Man (1985) #7 – ‘Welcome…To My Nightmare!’

November 1985:
Alpha Flight (1983) #28 – ‘Cross-Over’
Marvel Tales (1964) #181 – ‘…To Become an Avenger!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #313 – ‘Hook, Line & Sinker!’

December 1985:
Alpha Flight (1983) #29 – ‘Cut Bait & Run!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #314 – ‘Call of the Desert’

Annual 1985:
Marvel Age (1983) Annual 01
The Incredible Hulk (1968) Annual 14 – ‘The Weakness of the Flesh’

January 1986:
Alpha Flight (1983) #30 – ‘Enter…Scramble!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #315 – ‘Freedom!’
West Coast Avengers (1985) #4 – ‘Master Pandemonium!’

February 1986:
Secret Wars II (1985) #8 – ‘Betrayal!’
The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #273 – ‘To Challenge The Beyonder!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #316 – ‘Battleground’

March 1986:
Secret Wars II (1985) #9 – ‘God in Man, Man in God!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #317 – ‘You’re Probably Wondering Why I Called You Here Today’

April 1986:
Marvel Age (1983) #37
The Avengers (1963) #266 – ‘… and the War’s Desolation!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #318 – ‘Baptism of Fire’
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition (1985) #5 – ‘Gardener to the Hulk’

May 1986:
The Avengers (1963) #267 – ‘Time — and Time Again!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #319 – ‘Member of the Wedding’

June 1986:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #320 – ‘Honeymoon’s Over!!’

July 1986:
Marvel Saga: The Official History of the Marvel Universe (1985) #8 – ‘Book VIII: Fateful Encounters!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #321 – ‘…And the Walls Come Tumbling Down!’

August 1986:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #322 – ‘Must the Hulk Die!’

September 1986:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #323 – ‘Certain Intangibles’

October 1986:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #324 – ‘The More Things Change…’
The Incredible Hulk and Wolverine (1986) #1

November 1986:
Marvel Fanfare (1982) #29 – ‘A Terrible Thing To Waste…’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #325 – ‘The New Hulk!’

December 1986:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #326 – ‘Desert Heat’

Annual 1986:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) Annual 15 – ‘Body Double’
West Coast Avengers (1985) Annual 01 – ‘One of Our Own!’

1987:
Marvel Graphic Novel (1982) #27 – ‘Emperor Doom – Starring the Mighty Avengers’

January 1987:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #327 – ‘As Others See Us!’

February 1987:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #328 – ‘Piece of Mind’
West Coast Avengers (1985) #17 – ‘Outta Time!’

March 1987:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #329 – ‘Outcasts!’

April 1987:
Comet Man (1987) #3 – ‘When the Truth is Found to be Lies!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #330 – ‘Head Games!! (An Old Soldier Dies!)’

May 1987:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #331 – ‘Inconstant Moon’

June 1987:
The Avengers (1963) #280 – ‘Faithful Servant’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #332 – ‘Dance with the Devil!’

July 1987:
Silver Surfer (1987) #1 – ‘Free’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #333 – ‘Quality of Life’

August 1987:
Marvel Saga: The Official History of the Marvel Universe (1985) #21 – ‘Book XXI: The Struggle for Power!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #334 – ‘Grave Circumstances’

September 1987:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #335 – ‘The Evil That Men Do!’
Thor (1966) #383 – ‘The Secret Love–!’

October 1987:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #336 – ‘X-Tremes!’

November 1987:
Marvel Graphic Novel (1982) #29 – ‘The Incredible Hulk and The Thing in The Big Change’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #337 – ‘Crossroads’
Thor (1966) #385 – ‘Be Thou God, or Monster!’
West Coast Avengers (1985) #26 – ‘What is Scorpio’

December 1987:
Marvel Age (1983) #57
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #338 – ‘Mercy Killing’

January 1988:
Silver Surfer (1987) #7 – ‘Triangle’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #339 – ‘Native Son’

February 1988:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #340 – ‘Vicious Circle’

March 1988:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #341 – ‘The Savage Bull Doth Bear the Yoke!’

April 1988:
Amazing Heroes (1981) #138 – ‘2nd Annual Swimsuit Issue!!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #342 – ‘No Human Fears’

May 1988:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #343 – ‘Beyond Redemption’

June 1988:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #344 – ‘Pyrrhic Victory’

July 1988:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #345 – ‘Closing Curtain’

August 1988:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #346 – ‘Whys and Wherefores’

September 1988:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #347 – ‘Crapshoot’

October 1988:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #348 – ‘Job Security’

November 1988:
Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme (1988) #1 – ‘Love is the Spell, The Spell is Death’
Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #6 – ‘Save the Tiger/Elements of Terror/Crossing Lines/Risky Business’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #349 – ‘Warzone’
Web of Spider-Man (1985) #44 – ‘Reunion’

December 1988:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #350 – ‘Before the Fall’

Annual 1988:
The Avengers (1963) Annual 17 – ‘Prometheus Mutans!’
West Coast Avengers (1985) Annual 03 – ‘Heads You Lose — Tails You Win!’

1989:
Wolverine Battles the Incredible Hulk (1989) #1

January 1989:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #351 – ‘Total Recall’

February 1989:
The Avengers (1963) #300 – ‘Inferno Squared’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #352 – ‘Fervor’
Thor (1966) #400

March 1989:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #353 – ‘Down And Out In… Las Vegas’

April 1989:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #354 – ‘The Sure Thing’

May 1989:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #355 – ‘Now You See It…’
The Sensational She-Hulk (1989) #1 – ‘Second Chance’
Wolverine (1988) #7 – ‘Mr. Fixit Comes to Town’

June 1989:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #356 – ‘Control Problems’
Wolverine (1988) #8 – ‘If It Ain’t Broke–!’

July 1989:
Fred Hembeck Destroys the Marvel Universe (1989) #1
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #357 – ‘Possibilities’
What If…? (1989) #1 – ‘What If the Avengers Had Lost The Evolutionary War?’

August 1989:
Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #26
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #358 – ‘Inferno – 2, Hulk —– 0’

September 1989:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #359 – ‘Soul Man’
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Update ’89 (1989) #3 – ‘Eon to Hulk’
Wolverine Saga (1989) #1 – ‘Book One: Beginnings’

October 1989:
Iron Man (1968) #247 – ‘Malled’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #360 – ‘Nightmoves’
What If…? (1989) #4 – ‘What If the Alien Costume Had Possessed Spider-Man?’

November 1989:
Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme (1988) #9 – ‘That Was Then… This is Now’
Quasar (1989) #2 – ‘Destiny Amidst the Ruins’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #361 – ‘Iron Tears’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #362 – ‘Phasing Out’
What If…? (1989) #6 – ‘What If…The X-Men Had Lost Inferno?’

December 1989:
Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #38
Marvel Fanfare (1982) #47 – ‘Renovation’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #363 – ‘Still Life’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #364 – ‘Countdown Abomination’

Annual 1989:
Iron Man (1968) Annual 10 – ‘Two If By Sea’
The Avengers (1963) Annual 18 – ‘Atlantis Attacks, Chapter Eight: Avengers Assembled’

1990:
Marvel: The Year-in-Review (1989) #1 – ‘1989 The Year in Review’
Silver Surfer: The Enslavers (1990) OGN HC – ‘The Enslavers’

January 1990:
The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #328 – ‘Shaw’s Gambit’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #365 – ‘Countdown Fantastic 4’

February 1990:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #366 – ‘Countdown The Leader’

March 1990:
Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #45
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #367 – ‘Countdown, Madman’

April 1990:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #368 – ‘Natural Selection’

May 1990:
Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #50
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #369 – ‘Silent Screams’

June 1990:
Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #52
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #370 – ‘Strange Matters’

July 1990:
Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #54 – ‘Long and Winding Road / The Moon is a Harsh Mistress / Confrontation / The Dark Light of Kali’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #371 – ‘Strange But True’

August 1990:
Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #55 – ‘With Friends Like These / The Gathering Storm / Pursuit / The Songs of Mary Tao-Yu’
Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #56 – ‘On the Road – Children of the Beast – Family Matters – Any Number Can Play’
Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #57
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #372 – ‘He’s Back’

September 1990:
Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #58 – ‘You Can Run…But You Can’t Hide/Communion/The Old Man In The Sea/Neutralizing Effects’
Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #59 – ‘No Where to Run, No Where to Hide / Reborn to be Wild / Sending Them Home / The Real Thing’
Marvel Super-Heroes (1990) #3
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #373 – ‘Mending Fences’

October 1990:
Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #60
Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #61
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #374 – ‘No Autographs’
Web of Spider-Man (1985) #69 – ‘A Subtle Shade of Green’
What The–?! (1988) #9 – ‘Marvel Comics Presents What The – -?!’

November 1990:
Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme (1988) #23 – ‘Mondo Mordo’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #375 – ‘Night of the Living Skrulls’

December 1990:
Fantastic Four (1961) #347 – ‘Big Trouble on Little Earth!’
Marvel (1988) 1990-12 – ‘Hulk’
Marvel Super-Heroes (1990) #4
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #376 – ‘Personality Conflict’

Annual 1990:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) Annual 16

1991:
Crossover Classics (1991) TPB vol. 01 – ‘The Marvel/DC Collection’

January 1991:
Fantastic Four (1961) #348 – ‘Where Monsters Dwell!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #377 – ‘Honey, I Shrunk the Hulk’

February 1991:
Fantastic Four (1961) #349 – ‘Eggs Got Legs! …Or Love Conquers All!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #378 – ‘Rhino Plastered’

Spring 1991:
Amazing Heroes Swimsuit Special (1990) #2

March 1991:
The Comic Relief Comic (1991) #1
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #379 – ‘Hit and Myth’

April 1991:
Namor, The Sub-Mariner (1990) #13 – ‘Reap the Whirlwind’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) – #380
What If…? (1989) #24 – ‘What If… Wolverine Had Become the Lord of Vampires?’

May 1991:
The Avengers (1963) #332 – ‘The Many Faces of Doom’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #381 – ‘Exposition’
The New Warriors (1990) #11 – ‘Days of Present Past’

June 1991:
Damage Control (vol. 3) (1991) #1 – ‘The Sure Thing’
Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #78
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #382 – ‘Moving On’
The New Warriors (1990) #12 – ‘A Betrayal of Hope’

July 1991:
Damage Control (vol. 3) (1991) #2 – ‘Edifice Wrecks’
Infinity Gauntlet (1991) #1 – ‘God’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #383 – ‘Green Canard’
The New Warriors (1990) #13 – ‘A World For the Winning’
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Master Edition (1990) #8
The Sensational She-Hulk (1989) #29 – ‘The Fourth Wall — and Beyond!’

August 1991:
Marvel (1988) 1991-08 – ‘Hulk’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #384 – ‘Small Talk’

September 1991:
Damage Control (vol. 3) (1991) #4 – ‘Cleanliness is Next to Godliness’
Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme (1988) #33 – ‘The Alexandria Quatrain’
Infinity Gauntlet (1991) #3 – ‘Preparations for War’
Silver Surfer (1987) #54 – ‘Cages’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #385 – ‘Dark Dominion’

October 1991:
Infinity Gauntlet (1991) #4 – ‘Cosmic Battle on the Edge of the Universe!’
Silver Surfer (1987) #57 – ‘Inquisition’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #386 – ‘Little Hitler’

November 1991:
Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme (1988) #35 – ‘To Hela and Back’
Infinity Gauntlet (1991) #5 – ‘Astral Conflagration’
Quasar (1989) #28 – ‘Mating Dance’
Silver Surfer (1987) #58 – ‘Forgiveness’
Silver Surfer (1987) #59 – ‘Field of Honor’
The Avengers (1963) #341 – ‘Rage Of Angels’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #387 – ‘Hiding Behind Mosques’

December 1991:
Infinity Gauntlet (1991) #6 – ‘The Final Confrontation’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #388 – ‘Thicker than Water’

Annual 1991:
Iron Man (1968) Annual 12 – ‘The Homecoming’
Namor, The Sub-Mariner (1990) Annual 01 – ‘Subterranean Wars Part 3’
The Avengers (1963) Annual 20 – ‘Of Moles & Mutates’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) Annual 17

1992:
Marvel (1988) 1992-06 – ‘Hulk’
Marvel Masterworks (1987) #22 – ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’
Marvel Swimsuit Special (1992) #1 – ‘Take a Wakanda Wild Side’

January 1992:
Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #95 – ‘Shadows / Heroes / Tribal Instinct / When Darkness Summons’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #389 – ‘Of Man and Man-Thing’
The Sensational She-Hulk (1989) #35 – ‘Hail, Hail the Gang’s All Dead’

February 1992:
Spider-Man (1990) #19 – ‘Revenge of the Sinister Six: Part Two’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #390 – ‘This Means War’
What If…? (1989) #34 – ‘What If… No One Was Watching The Watcher?’

March 1992:
Spider-Man (1990) #20 – ‘Revenge of the Sinister Six: Part Three : Showdown’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #391 – ‘X-Calation’

April 1992:
The Complete Spider-Man (1991) #19
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #392 – ‘Fortunes of War’

May 1992:
Spider-Man (1990) #22 – ‘Revenge of the Sinister Six: Part Five’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #393 – ‘The Closing Circle’

June 1992:
Amazing Heroes Swimsuit Special (1990) #3
Infinity War (1992) #1 – ‘Chthonic Maneuvers’
Marvel Tales (1964) #262 – ‘Nightmare in New Mexico!’
Spider-Man (1990) #23 – ‘Revenge of the Sinister Six: Conclusion’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #394 – ‘Cold Storage’

July 1992:
Alpha Flight (1983) #110 – ‘Bare Bones’
Infinity War (1992) #2 – ‘Ethereal Revisionism’
Marvel Tales (1964) #263
The Complete Spider-Man (1991) #22
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #395 – ‘Return to Vegas’

August 1992:
Alpha Flight (1983) #111 – ‘Bare Bones Part 2’
Infinity War (1992) #3 – ‘Nefarious Rhapsodies’
Marc Spector: Moon Knight (1989) #41 – ‘The Dark Doppelgangers Descend’
Quasar (1989) #37 – ‘Infinity Manifestations’
The Complete Spider-Man (1991) #23
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #396 – ‘Frost Bite’

September 1992:
Infinity War (1992) #4 – ‘Mortiferous Artifice’
Quasar (1989) #38 – ‘Whose War Is this Anyway?’
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack (1992) #4 – ‘My Dinner with Doom?’
Spider-Man (1990) #26 – ‘With Great Responsibility.. !’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #397 – ‘Welcome Home’
The New Warriors (1990) #27 – ‘Dark Side’
Warlock and the Infinity Watch (1992) #8 – ‘Interlude’
What The–?! (1988) #21
Wonder Man (1991) #13 – ‘Into Infinity’

October 1992:
Infinity War (1992) #5 – ‘Psychomachia!’
Kid ‘n Play (1992) #9 – ‘Dream A Dream’
Quasar (1989) #39 – ‘To Be or Not To Be’
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack (1992) #5 – ‘Double Jeopardy’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #398 – ‘Betrayals’
Wonder Man (1991) #14 – ‘Infinite Memory’

November 1992:
Infinity War (1992) #6 – ‘The Animus Engagement’
Marvel Age (1983) #118
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #399 – ‘A Convocation of Politic Worms’

December 1992:
Cage (1992) #9 – ‘Good Cop, Bad Cop’
Hulk: Future Imperfect (1992) #1 – ‘Future Imperfect’
Marvel Age (1983) #119
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #400 – ‘Deus Ex Machina’
Warlock and the Infinity Watch (1992) #11 – ‘The Appeal’

Annual 1992:
Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme (1988) Annual 02 – ‘The Return of The Defenders Part 4’
Fantastic Four (1961) Annual 25 – ‘In Kang’s Clutches!’
Namor, The Sub-Mariner (1990) Annual 02 – ‘The Return Of The Defenders Part 2’
Silver Surfer (1987) Annual 05 – ‘The Return of the Defenders Part 3’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) Annual 18
The Amazing Spider-Man Annual (1991) 1992
Web of Spider-Man (1985) Annual 08

1993:
Marvel Annual & Quarterly Reports (1992) #2 – ‘The Year Unveiled’
Silver Surfer: Lunacy in Latveria (1993) #4 – ‘Lunacy in Latveria’
The Incredible Hulk: Mayhem at the Mount (1993) #3 – ‘Mayhem at the Mount’

January 1993:
Cage (1992) #10 – ‘Payback’
Iron Man (1968) #288 – ‘Ground Zero’
Marvel Age (1983) #120
Marvel Holiday Special (1991) #1992
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #401 – ‘Filling Slots’
Warlock and the Infinity Watch (1992) #12 – ‘Distant Memories’

February 1993:
Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme (1988) #50 – ‘The Heart of Darkness’
Hulk: Future Imperfect (1992) #2 – ‘Future Imperfect – Conclusion’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #402 – ‘The Forest for the Trees’
Warheads (1992) #9 – ‘The Dream Trap Part Two’
Warlock and the Infinity Watch (1992) #13 – ‘Sweet Music’

March 1993:
Fantastic Four (1961) #374 – ‘Secret Defenders’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #403 – ‘In Memory Yet Green’

April 1993:
Fantastic Four (1961) #375 – ‘It’s Always Darkest Before the Doom!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #404 – ‘Disarray Thataway’

May 1993:
Dark Angel (1992) #10 – ‘Assassination Part 2’
Spawn (1992) #10 – ‘Crossing Over’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #405 – ‘Downtime’

Summer 1993:
What The–?! (1988) #25 – ‘All Mutant Parody Issue’

June 1993:
Infinity Crusade (1993) #1 – ‘Epiphany’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #406 – ‘American Pie’
What If…? (1989) #50 – ‘What If Hulk Killed Wolverine?’

July 1993:
Infinity Crusade (1993) #2 – ‘Enlightenment!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #407 – ‘More or Ness’
The Marvel Masterpieces Collection (1993) #3
Warlock and the Infinity Watch (1992) #18 – ‘Power Play’

August 1993:
Darkhawk (1991) #30 – ‘This Evil Unleashed’
Infinity Crusade (1993) #3 – ‘The Damned’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #408 – ‘A Sinking Feeling’
The Marvel Masterpieces Collection (1993) #4
The Sensational She-Hulk (1989) #54 – ‘Alive Again’
Warlock and the Infinity Watch (1992) #19 – ‘True Believers’
Warlock Chronicles (1993) #2 – ‘Rescue’

September 1993:
Infinity Crusade (1993) #4 – ‘Mortal Sins’
The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #381 – ‘Samson Unleashed!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #409 – ‘Royal Pain’
Warlock and the Infinity Watch (1992) #20 – ‘Pip, King of the Universe’
What If…? (1989) #53

October 1993:
Infinity Crusade (1993) #5 – ‘Holy War!’
Spider-Man Halloween Special Edition (1993) #1 – ‘These Great Powers!’
The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #382 – ‘Emerald Rage!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #410 – ‘Jailhouse Rock’
The Sensational She-Hulk (1989) #56 – ‘The Edge of Plight’
Warlock and the Infinity Watch (1992) #21 – ‘The God and the Brute’
Web of Spider-Man (1985) #105 – ‘Soul Gauntlet’
Wonder Man (1991) #26 – ‘This Mortal Earth’

November 1993:
Infinity Crusade (1993) #6 – ‘Rapture’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #411 – ‘Liberation Day’
The Sensational She-Hulk (1989) #57 – ‘Family Business’
Web of Spider-Man (1985) #106 – ‘Judgment Day’
Wonder Man (1991) #27 – ‘The Furor Begins’

December 1993:
Alpha Flight (1983) #127 – ‘Faith!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #412 – ‘Bi Me That’

Annual 1993:
Guardians Of The Galaxy (1990) Annual 03
Silver Surfer (1987) Annual 06 – ‘Legacy’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) Annual 19

1994:
Marvel Swimsuit Special (1992) #3 – ‘Come to the Moon and View Heavenly Bodies Guaranteed to Send You into Orbit!’
Real Heroes (1994) #1 – ‘Call of the Wild’

January 1994:
Marvel Holiday Special (1991) #1993
Secret Defenders (1993) #11 – ‘Speed-Lines’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #413 – ‘Illegal Aliens’

February 1994:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #414 – ‘Blast Off’

March 1994:
Marvels (1994) #3 – ‘Judgment Day’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #415 – ‘Jammin’

April 1994:
Marvels (1994) #4 – ‘The Day She Died’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #416 – ‘The Big Bang’
The Incredible Hulk vs. Venom (1994) #1 – ‘Rockin’ the Town!’

May 1994:
Ghost Rider (1990) #49 – ‘Darkness Within’
Iron Man (1968) #304 – ‘The Sound of Thunder’
Marvel Limited: Fantastic Firsts (1994) HC – ‘Fantastic Firsts’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #417 – ‘Party Animals’

June 1994:
Iron Man (1968) #305 – ‘Green Politics’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #418 – ‘We Are Gathered Here’

July 1994:
Beavis and Butt-Head (1994) #5 – ‘In: Field Day’
Marvel Age (1983) #138
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #419 – ‘The Last Waltz’

August 1994:
Silver Surfer (1987) #95 – ‘Down to Earth, Part 3’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #420 – ‘Lest Darkness Come’
The Very Best of the X-Men (1994) HC – ‘The Very Best of the X-Men’

September 1994:
Silver Surfer (1987) #96 – ‘Down to Earth, Part 4’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #421 – ‘Pursuit’

October 1994:
Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme (1988) #70 – ‘Half Lives, Part 1: Serendipity’
Night Thrasher (1993) #15 – ‘Money Don’t Buy: Part One’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #422 – ‘Flight’

November 1994:
Beavis und Butt-Head (1994) 1994-05 – ‘Sportfest’
Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme (1988) #71 – ‘Half Lives, Part 2: Bodyslam!’
Nova (1994) #11 – ‘Those Who Would Destroy Us’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #423 – ‘Hel and Back’
What If…? (1989) #67 – ‘What If Captain America Were Revived Today? Part 1: A Fighting Chance’

December 1994:
Tales to Astonish (1994) #1 – ‘Loki’s Dream’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #424 – ‘Trial’
What If…? (1989) #68 – ‘What If Captain America Were Revived Today? Part 2: Liberty’s Sword’

1995:
DC Versus Marvel/Marvel Versus DC (1996) Preview – ‘DC Versus Marvel/Marvel Versus DC Consumer Preview’
Kiss Classics (1995) TPB
Marvel Swimsuit Special (1992) #4 – ‘Mad for Madripoor’

January 1995:
Marvel (1988) 1995-01 – ‘Hulk’
Marvel Annual & Quarterly Reports (1992) #4 – ‘Media Blitz !’
Marvel Limited: X-Men Famous Firsts (1995) HC – ‘Marvel Limited: X-Men Famous Firsts’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #425 – ‘Fall of the Pantheon’

February 1995:
Secret Defenders (1993) #24 – ‘Part Three: The Eleventh Hour’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #426 – ‘One Fell Off’

March 1995:
Beavis and Butt-Head (1994) #13
The Exploits of Spider-Man (1992) #32
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #427 – ‘Six Months Later…’

April 1995:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #428 – ‘Swamped’
X-Men: The Ultra Collection (1994) #5

May 1995:
Fantastic Four (1961) #400 – ‘Even the Watchers Can Die!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #429 – ‘A Little Death’

June 1995:
Marvel (1988) 1995-06 – ‘Hulk’
Marvel: Portraits (1995) #4
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #430 – ‘Sliced & Diced’

July 1995:
Dream Team (1995) #1 – ‘Dream Team’
Prime Vs. The Incredible Hulk (1995) #0 – ‘Monsters of Manhattan’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #431 – ‘Down Under’
Thor (1966) #488 – ‘To Hela and Back!’

August 1995:
Marvel (1988) 1995-08 – ‘Warlock’
Ruins (1995) #1 – ‘Ruins, Book One: Men on Fire’
Tales of the Marvels: Wonder Years (1995) #2
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #432 – ‘Shades of Green’
Thor (1966) #489 – ‘Hel and High Water’

Fall 1995:
UltraForce/Avengers (1995) #1 – ‘Becoming More Like God’

September 1995:
Marvel (1988) 1995-09 – ‘Warlock’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #433 – ‘Over the Edge’

October 1995:
Hot Shots: Avengers (1995) nn – ‘Avengers’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #434 – ‘Funeral Story’
War Machine (1994) #19 – ‘Here Be Dragons’
What If…? (1989) #78 – ‘4 Against the Darkness’

November 1995:
Marvel (1988) 1995-11 – ‘Hulk’
Mutants Vs. Ultras: First Encounters (1995) #1 – ‘First Encounters’
Punisher Kills the Marvel Universe (1995) #1
Spider-Man: The Parker Years (1995) #1
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #435 – ‘The Unnatural’

December 1995:
Cutting Edge (1995) #1 – ‘Different Madness!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #436 – ‘Uncovered’
What If…? (1989) #80 – ‘…What If the Hulk Got Himself Cured?’

January 1996:
Beavis und Butt-Head (1994) #1996-01
Doc Samson (1996) #1 – ‘Greenness Envy’
Over the Edge (1995) #3 – ‘Toad’s Night Out!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #437 – ‘Head Cases’
The Savage Hulk (1996) #1

February 1996:
DC Versus Marvel/Marvel Versus DC (1996) #1 – ‘DC Versus Marvel/Marvel Versus DC: Round One’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #438 – ‘Fragmented Personality’

March 1996:
Battlezones: Dream Team² (1996) #1 – ‘Malibu vs. Marvel’
DC Versus Marvel/Marvel Versus DC (1996) #2 – ‘Marvel Versus DC/DC Versus Marvel: Round Two’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #439 – ‘Scapegoat’

April 1996:
DC Versus Marvel/Marvel Versus DC (1996) #3 – ‘Marvel Versus DC/DC Versus Marvel: Round Three’
Gemini/Euroforce: Europa (1996) #0
The Adventures of the X-Men (1996) #1 – ‘The Great Revolution, Part 1: Bring Us a Leader’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #440 – ‘The Big Bang’

May 1996:
DC Versus Marvel/Marvel Versus DC (1996) #4 – ‘DC Versus Marvel/Marvel Versus DC: Round Four’
The Adventures of the X-Men (1996) #2 – ‘The Great Divide’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #441 – ‘Hulk Fiction’

June 1996:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #442 – ‘Private Sessions’

July 1996:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #443 – ‘Then And Now’

August 1996:
Cable (1993) #34 – ‘Loose Cannons’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #444 – ‘Cable Vision’

September 1996:
Iron Man: The Legend (1996) #1
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #445 – ‘Dancing in the Dark’

October 1996:
Incredible Hulk: Hercules Unleashed (1996) #1 – ‘In the Shadow of Argo’
Marvel Fanfare (1996) #2 – ‘Instinct’
Onslaught: Marvel Universe (1996) #1 – ‘With Great Power…’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #446 – ‘I’ll Take Manhattan’

November 1996:
Iron Man (1996) #1 – ‘Heart of the Matter’
Iron Man (1996) #1 (Variant Cover) – ‘Heart of the Matter’
Marvel Fanfare (1996) #3 – ‘Instinct’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #447 – ‘Survivor’s Guilt’
The Incredible Hulk Megazine (1996) #1
What If…? (1989) #91 – ‘The Man, The Monster’
Wolverine Encyclopedia (1996) #1 – ‘Volume 1 A-K’

December 1996:
DC gegen Marvel (1996) #7 – ‘DC gegen Marvel’
DC/Marvel: All Access (1996) #1 – ‘The Crossing!’
Hulk/Pitt (1997) OGN SC – ‘Reality Check’
Iron Man (1996) #2 – ‘Hulk Smash!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #448 – ‘Line in the Sand’
Wolverine Encyclopedia (1996) #2 – ‘Volume 2 L-R’

1997:
Mega Marvel (1997) #1997-01 – ‘Hulk’

January 1997:
Code of Honor (1997) #1 – ‘Book One: Guns’
DC/Marvel (1996) #8 – ‘Access – Der Wächter 1/3’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #449 – ‘Brakoow’
Uncanny Origins (1996) #5 – ‘Unfettered Fury’

February 1997:
Avengers (1996) #4 – ‘That Which Gods Have Joined Together…’
Iron Man (1996) #4 – ‘Bring Me the Head of the Hulk!’
Silver Surfer (1987) #125 – ‘Heart of the Beast’
Tales of the Marvel Universe (1997) #1 – ‘Tales of the Marvel Universe’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #450 – ‘Hurray For Hulk’

March 1997:
Avengers (1996) #5 – ‘…Let No Man Tear Asunder!’
Bug (1997) #1 – ‘Apples & Origins’
Iron Man (1996) #5 – ‘Inherit the Whirlwind’
Spider-Man Team-Up (1995) #6
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #451 – ‘Island Getaway’
The Sensational Spider-Man (1996) #14 – ‘Deluge Part Two: Higher Ground’

April 1997:
Avengers (1996) #6 – ‘A Hard Day’s Night’
Deadpool (1997) #4 – ‘Why Is It, To Save Me, I Must Kill You?’
Fantastic Four (1996) #6 – ‘Retribution’
Iron Man (1996) #6 – ‘Industrial Revelation!’
Marvel Adventures (1997) #1 – ‘A Titan In Torment!’
Onslaught (1996) TPB vol. 04 – ‘Eye of the Storm’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #452 – ‘Take Charge Guy’
The Sensational Spider-Man (1996) #15 – ‘Deluge Part Three: Inundated!’
Thunderbolts (1997) Prelude 1 – ‘Thunderbolts Prelude 1’

May 1997:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #453 – ‘Lock and Key’

Summer 1997:
Coober Skeber (1997) #2 – ‘The Marvel Benefit Issue’

June 1997:
Iron Man (1996) #8 – ‘Rebel, Rebel’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #454 – ‘Best Intentions’

July 1997:
Heroes for Hire (1997) #1 – ‘Heroes and Villains’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #-1 – ‘Grave Matters’

August 1997:
Iron Man (1996) #10 – ‘Dead Man Walking’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #455 – ‘Waiting to X-hale’

September 1997:
Iron Man (1996) #11 – ‘Magical Mystery Tour’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #456 – ‘War and Rememberance’
The Savage Dragon (1993) #41

October 1997:
Avengers (1996) #12 – ‘Shadow’s End’
Captain America (1996) #12 – ‘Let it Be’
Iron Man (1996) #12 – ‘Matters of the Heart’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #457 – ‘Of Course You Realise This Means War’

November 1997:
Captain America (1996) #13 – ‘World War 3, Part 4: War Without End…’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #458 – ‘Crash and Burn’

December 1997:
Heroes Reborn: The Return (1997) #1 – ‘The Judgment’
Heroes Reborn: The Return (1997) #2 – ‘Second Coming’
Heroes Reborn: The Return (1997) #3 – ‘Third Dimension’
Heroes Reborn: The Return (1997) #4 – ‘Fourth & Goal’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #459 – ‘Lastlegs’
Unlimited Access (1997) #1 – ‘No Time Like The Present!’

Annual 1997:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) Annual ’97
Untold Tales of Spider-Man (1995) Annual `97 – ‘It’s Always Darkest…’

January 1998:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #460 – ‘Homecoming’

February 1998:
Avengers (1998) #1 – ‘Once an Avenger’
Conspiracy (1998) #1 – ‘Conspiracy, Book One: Show & Tell’
Shadows & Light (1998) #1
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #461 – ‘Self Destruction’

March 1998:
Avengers (1998) #2 – ‘The Call’
Conspiracy (1998) #2 – ‘Conspiracy, Book Two: Print the Legend’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #462 – ‘Reconciliations’

April 1998:
Silver Surfer: Inner Demons (1998) #1 – ‘Inner Demons’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #463 – ‘College Days’

May 1998:
Bring Back the Bad Guys (1998) TPB
DC gegen Marvel (1996) Sonderband 02 – ‘Der Kampf des Jahrhunderts!’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #464 – ‘Battleground Earth’

June 1998:
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #465 – ‘Men In Green’

July 1998:
Shadows & Light (1998) #3
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #466 – ‘Of All Sad Words…’

August 1998:
Iron Man: The Iron Age (1998) #1 – ‘Challenges’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #467 – ‘The Lone and Level Sands’
The Rampaging Hulk (1998) #1 – ‘The Monster or the Man?’

September 1998:
Iron Man: The Iron Age (1998) #2 – ‘Bodyguards’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #468 – ‘Damnation’s Cellar’
The Rampaging Hulk (1998) #2 – ‘Dark Side’

October 1998:
The Rampaging Hulk (1998) #3 – “RAVAGE”
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #469 – ‘Adaptive Audience’
Wolverine (1988) #129 – ‘Survival of the Fittest, Part One: Whatever it Takes…’

November 1998:
The Rampaging Hulk (1998) #4 – “Avalanche!”
Avengers (1998) #10 – ‘Pomp & Pageantry’
Marvel Collectible Classics: The Avengers (1998) #1 – ‘Once an Avenger…’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #470 – ‘Circus People’
What If…? (1989) #114 – ‘Brave New World’

December 1998:
A-Next (1998) #3 – ‘Down ‘N’ Dirty With The Defenders’
Avengers Forever (1998) #1 – ‘Destiny Made Manifest’
The Rampaging Hulk (1998) #5 – “Free For All With the Fantastic Four”
Encyclopædia Deadpoolica (1998) #1 – ‘The Encyclopædia Deadpoolica’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #471 – ‘Odds & Sods’
The Supernaturals (1998) #1

Annual 1998:
Hulk / Sub-Mariner ’98 (1998) Annual 1998
X-Man (1995) Annual ’98 – ‘Call of the Wild’

1999:
America’s Super Heroes: The Great Hero Switch (1999) nn – ‘The Great Super Hero Switch’
Wild Thing (1999) #0 – ‘Curse of the Wendigo!’
Wizard’s Avengers Special (1999) #1

January 1999:
Marvel Crossover (2000) #11 – ‘Hulk – Pitt’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #472 – ‘Auld Lang Syne’
The Rampaging Hulk (1998) #6 – ‘Hulk Smashed’

February 1999:
Hulk (1999) ½ – ‘No Escape’
Marvel Magazine (1998) #8
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #473 – ‘The Edge of Universal Pain’

March 1999:
Marvel Crossover (2000) #12 – ‘The Amazing Spider-Man und Superman’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #474 – ‘It’s All True!’
Wizard (1991) #91

April 1999:
Hulk (1999) #1 – ‘The Gathering Storm’
Marvel Super Hero Island Adventures (1999) #1

May 1999:
Hulk (1999) #2 – ‘Holocaust in the Heartland!’

June 1999:
Hulk (1999) #3 – ‘Heart of Darkness, Soul of Fire’

July 1999:
Avengers Forever (1998) #8 – ‘The Secret History Of The Avengers’
Hulk (1999) #4 – ‘Turbulence’
Incredible Hulk vs Superman (1999) #1 – ‘Double Lives’
Universal Studios Islands of Adventure Under Siege (1999) #1 – ‘Monsters Among Us’

August 1999:
Avengers Forever (1998) #9 – ‘Break: Reflections Of The Conqueror’
Earth X (1999) #5 – ‘Chapter Five’
Hulk (1999) #5 – ‘Yes, I Saw the Hulk!’

September 1999:
Contest of Champions II (1999) #1 – ‘The Gathering’
Contest of Champions II (1999) #2 – ‘Process of Elimination’
Hulk (1999) #6 – ‘New Lives For Old’

October 1999:
Galactus the Devourer (1999) #2 – ‘Red Shift’
Hulk (1999) #7 – ‘Trouble in Paradise’
The Avengers (1963) #1½ – ‘The Death-Trap of Doctor Doom!’

November 1999:
Contest of Champions II (1999) #4 – ‘Final Cut’
Contest of Champions II (1999) #5 – ‘Victory!’
Hulk (1999) #8 – ‘Deathmatch’
Wolverine (1988) #144 – ‘First Cut!’

December 1999:
Captain America (1999) #12 – ‘Helden vereint (4/4): Finale’
Hulk (1999) #9 – ‘Chip On My Shoulder’
Wolverine (1988) #145 – ‘On the Edge of Darkness’
X-Men: Hidden Years (1999) #1 – ‘Once More, The Savage Land’

Annual 1999:
Hulk (1999) Annual 1999 – ‘Birth of a Monster’

2000:
Nick Fury, Agent von S.H.I.E.L.D. (2000) HC
Superheroes: The Heroic Visions of Boris Vallejo and Julie Bell (2000) Artbook

January 2000:
Hulk (1999) #10 – ‘This Power Divided’
Thunderbolts (1997) #34 – ‘Making Your Mark’

February 2000:
Avengers (1998) 2000 Annual – ‘The Cat Came Back!’
Avengers Forever (1998) #12 – ‘Avengers Assemble!’
Black Panther (1998) #15 – ‘Smash’
Captain Marvel (1999) #2 – ‘Does a Hulk Sit in the Woods?’
Hulk (1999) #11 – ‘Role Reversal’
Peter Parker: Spider-Man (1999) #14 – ‘Denial’

March 2000:
Captain Marvel (1999) #3 – ‘One Down, Wendigo’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #12 – ‘Snake Eyes, Part 1’
Wolverine (1988) #148 – ‘Same As It Never Was’

April 2000:
Captain Marvel (1999) #4 – ‘Other Side of the Drax’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #13 – ‘Snake Eyes, Part 2’

May 2000:
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #14 – ‘The Dogs of War, Part 1’

June 2000:
Earth X (1999) X – ‘Issue X’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #15 – ‘The Dogs of War, Part 2’

July 2000:
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #16 – ‘The Dogs of War, Part 3’

August 2000:
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #17 – ‘The Dogs of War, Part 4 – Codename: FLUX’

September 2000:
Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2000) TPB
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #18 – ‘The Dogs of War, Part 5’

October 2000:
Maximum Security Dangerous Planet (2000) #1 – ‘Maximum Security: A Very Dangerous Planet’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #19 – ‘The Dogs of War, Part 6’

November 2000:
Sentry (2000) #3 – ‘The Photograph’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #20 – ‘The Dogs of War, Part 7’

December 2000:
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #21 – ‘The Truth is Really “Out There”‘

Annual 2000:
The Incredible Hulk (2000) Annual 2000 – ‘Basic Instinct’

January 2001:
Maximum Security (2000) #3 – ‘Whatever The Cost!’
Sentry (2000) #5 – ‘The Betrayal’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #22 – ‘Disorganized Crime, Part One’

February 2001:
Sentry/Fantastic Four (2001) #1 – ‘Startling Stories featuring The Sentry!’
Sentry/Hulk (2001) #1 – ‘The Sentry & Hulk’
Sentry/Spider-Man (2001) #1 – ‘The Sentry & Spider-Man’
Sentry/The Void (2001) #1 – ‘Act 6: The Truth’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #23 – ‘Disorganized Crime, Part Two’

March 2001:
Day Of The Defenders (2001) #1
Defenders (2001) #1 – ‘Once More, The End of the World…’
Hulk Smash (2001) #1
Punisher kills the Marvel Universe (2001) nn
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #24 – ‘Dear Betty…’

April 2001:
Avengers (1998) #39 – ‘Condition: Green’
Defenders (2001) #2 – ‘The Curse’
Hulk Smash (2001) #2
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #25 – ‘Always on My Mind’
Wolverine: Son of Canada (2001) #1 – ‘Son of Canada’

May 2001:
Avengers (1998) #40 – ‘THOOM’
Defenders (2001) #3 – ‘The Armies of the Slain’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #26 – ‘Do You Know Where You Are Going?’

June 2001:
Defenders (2001) #4 – ‘Ride of the Valkyrie’
Fantastic Four: World’s Greatest Comics Magazine (2001) #5 – ‘New York Knockdown!’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #27 – ‘Past Perfect’

July 2001:
Defenders (2001) #5 – ‘Headhunt’
Fantastic Four: World’s Greatest Comics Magazine (2001) #6 – ‘Mayhem on the Moon!’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #28 – ‘Once in a Lifetime’
The Warren Companion (2001) TPB

August 2001:
Defenders (2001) #6 – ‘Rumble in the Sky’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #29 – ‘Animus’

September 2001:
Defenders (2001) #7 – ‘Fire Above, Thunder Below’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #30 – ‘Spiral Staircase, Part 1’

October 2001:
Black Panther (1998) #35 – ‘Masks’
Defenders (2001) #8 – ‘Day of the Great Ones’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #31 – ‘Spiral Staircase, Part 2’

November 2001:
Startling Stories: Banner (2001) TPB – ‘Banner’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #32 – ‘Spiral Staircase, Part 3’

December 2001:
Defenders (2001) #10 – ‘Head To Head’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #33
Thunderbolts (1997) #57 – ‘Storm Clouds Gathering’

Annual 2001:
The Incredible Hulk (2000) Annual 2001 – ‘The Hammer Strikes’

2002:
Art Fantastix (2001) #5 – ‘The Art of Julie Bell’
Crossover Classics (1991) TPB vol. 03 – ‘The Marvel/DC Collection’

January 2002:
Defenders (2001) #11 – ‘Vengeance!’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #34 – ‘The Morning After’

February 2002:
A Moment of Silence (2002) #1
Captain America (1998) #50
Defenders (2001) #12 – ‘Silent But Deadly’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #35 – ‘Silent Running’

March 2002:
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #36 – ‘The Gang’s All Here’

April 2002:
Essential Spider-Man (2001) TPB vol. 02
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #37 – ‘You Must Remember This…’
The Order (2002) #1 – ‘The Best Defense…’
Wolverine/Hulk (2002) #1

May 2002:
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #38 – ‘Last Chance Cafe’
The Order (2002) #2 – ‘It’s Our World’
Wolverine/Hulk (2002) #2

June 2002:
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #39 – ‘Tag…You’re Dead!’
The Order (2002) #3 – ‘Ultimatum: Avengers!’
Wolverine/Hulk (2002) #3 – ‘Po’s Story’

July 2002:
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #40 – ‘Boiling Point’
The Order (2002) #4 – ‘Norrin’s Rib’
Wolverine (1988) #176 – ‘The Logan Files, Epilogue’
Wolverine/Hulk (2002) #4

August 2002:
Incredible Hulk: The End (2002) #1 – ‘The Last Titan’
Infinity Abyss (2002) #2 – ‘Paranoids and Nihilists’
The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #14 (Wizard Ace Edition) – ‘The Grotesque Adventure Of The Green Goblin’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #41 – ‘Poker Face’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #42 – ‘All Fall Down’
The Order (2002) #5 – ‘Blinded By Science’

September 2002:
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #43 – ‘The Beast Within’
The Order (2002) #6 – ‘Out Of Order’

October 2002:
Infinity Abyss (2002) #6 – ‘Rewards & Punishment’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #44 – ‘Now You See It’

November 2002:
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #45 – ‘Remember Me Never’

December 2002:
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #46 – ‘Multiple Organism’

2003:
Marvel Must Haves: Incredible Hulk #34-36 (2003) #1 – ‘Return of the Monster’
Startling Stories: The Thing (2003) #1 – ‘Last Line of Defense’
The Hulk: The Movie Storybook (2003) OGN SC

January 2003:
Marvel Double Shot (2003) #1
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #47 – ‘Transfer of Power’

February 2003:
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #48 – ‘From Here To Infinity’

March 2003:
Hulk/Wolverine: 6 Hours (2003) #1
Hulk/Wolverine: 6 Hours (2003) #2
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #49 – ‘Pratt Fall’

April 2003:
Hulk/Wolverine: 6 Hours (2003) #3
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #50 – ‘Dark Mind, Dark Hearts, Part 1’

May 2003:
Danny Fingeroth’s Write Now! (2002) #4
Hulk/Wolverine: 6 Hours (2003) #4
Marvel Universe: The End (2003) #1 – ‘Predestination’
Marvel Universe: The End (2003) #2 – ‘Evolution’
Marvelous Adventures of Gus Beezer: Hulk (2003) #1
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #51 – ‘Dark Mind, Dark Hearts, Part 2: Killing Season’
Wizard Ace Edition (1995) #31 (Wizard Ace Edition) – ‘The Coming of the Hulk’

June 2003:
Alias (2001) #21 – ‘The Underneath – Part 6′
Marvel Universe: The End (2003) #3 – ‘Extinction’
Marvel Universe: The End (2003) #4 – ‘Contamination’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #52 – ‘Dark Mind, Dark Hearts, Part 3: Vicious Circles’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #53 – ‘Dark Mind, Dark Hearts, Part 4: Enemy Mine’

July 2003:
Marvel Universe: The End (2003) #5 – ‘Omnipotence’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #54 – ‘Dark Mind, Dark Hearts, Part 5: Welcome to Entropy’

August 2003:
Hulk: Nightmerica (2003) #1 – ‘The Quarry’
Hulk: The Movie Adaptation (2003) #1
Marvel Universe: The End (2003) #6 – ‘The Cure’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #55 – ‘Hide In Plain Sight, Part 1’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #56 – ‘Hide In Plain Sight, Part 2: Inside Out’

September 2003:
Hulk: Nightmerica (2003) #2
JLA/Avengers (2003) #1 – ‘A Journey Into Mystery’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #57 – ‘Hide In Plain Sight, Part 3: A Mind of His Own’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #58 – ‘Hide In Plain Sight, Part 4: Brain Dead’

October 2003:
Alias (2001) #25 – ‘Purple – Part 2’
Hulk: Nightmerica (2003) #3
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #59 – ‘Hide In Plain Sight, Part 5’

November 2003:
Alias (2001) #26 – ‘Purple – Part 3’
Hulk: Nightmerica (2003) #4
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #60 – ‘Split Decisions, Part 1 of 6’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #61 – ‘Split Decisions, Part 2 of 6: From Shadowed Places’

December 2003:
Avengers/JLA (2003) #4 – ‘The Brave…and the Bold’
Captain America (2002) #19 – ‘Captain America Lives Again Chapter Three’
Hulk: Gray (2003) #1 – ‘A Is for Apple’
Hulk: Gray (2003) #2 – ‘B Is for Boy’
Thanos (2003) #1 – ‘Epiphany!’
The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #500 – ‘Happy Birthday, Part Three’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #62 – ‘Split Decisions, Part 3 of 6: Night Eyes’
The Punisher (2001) #34 – ‘Confederacy of Dunces, Part 2’

2004:
Marvel Masterworks: The Amazing Spider-Man (2003) HC vol. 05

January 2004:
Avengers (1998) #74 – ‘The Search for She-Hulk part 3: Sticks and Stones’
Captain America (2002) #20 – ‘Captain America Lives Again Chapter Four’
Hulk: Gray (2003) #3 – ‘C Is for Cry’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #63 – ‘Split Decisions, Part 4 of 6: Blue Moon’
The Punisher (2001) #35 – ‘Confederacy of Dunces, Part 3’
The Punisher (2001) #36 – ‘Confederacy of Dunces Part 4’
Wizard Edge (2002) #2004

February 2004:
Avengers (1998) #75 – ‘The Search for She-Hulk part 4: With Friends Like These…’
Hulk: Gray (2003) #4 – ‘D Is for Dog’
Marvel 1602 (2003) #5 – ‘Part Five: In Which a Treacherous Course is Plotted’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #64 – ‘Split Decisions, Part 5 of 6: Déjà Vu’
The Punisher (2001) #37 – ‘Confederacy of Dunces Part 5’

March 2004:
Hulk: Gray (2003) #5 – ‘E Is for Elephant’
Hulk: Nightmerica (2003) #5
Thanos (2003) #4 – ‘Hunger!’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #65 – ‘Split Decisions, Part 6 of 6: Double Exposure’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #66 – ‘Dead Like Me, Part 1’
Thor (1998) #73 – ‘The Betrayed’

April 2004:
Hulk: Gray (2003) #6 – ‘F Is for Father’
Marvel 1602 (2003) #7 – ‘Part Seven: In Which Many Patterns May Be Discerned, By Those With Eyes to See Them’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #67 – ‘Dead Like Me, Part 2: Bury Me Not’

May 2004:
Hulk: Nightmerica (2003) #6
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #68 – ‘Dead Like Me, Part 3: Hello, He Lied’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #69 – ‘Dead Like Me, Part 4: Trust Me’

June 2004:
Marvel 1602 (2003) #8 – ‘Part Eight: In Which We Discover the Way of the World’
Spectacular Spider-Man Adventures (1995) #100 – ‘Rampage in the City’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #70 – ‘Simetry’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #71 – ‘Big Things, Part 1’

July 2004:
Spectacular Spider-Man Adventures (1995) #102 – ‘Robot Rampage!’
The Darkness / The Incredible Hulk (2004) #1
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #72 – ‘Big Things, Part 2: Strange Bedfellows’
The Pulse (2004) #3 – ‘Thin Air, Part 3’

August 2004:
Incredible Hulk Annual (2005) #2005
The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #509 – ‘Sins Past Part One’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #73 – ‘Big Things, Part 3: Shock Waves’
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Hulk 2004 (2004) #1

September 2004:
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #74 – ‘Big Things, Part 4’

October 2004:
The Avengers (1963) #500 (Director’s Cut)
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #75 – ‘Wake to Nightmare’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #76 – ‘Shattered’
Thor (1998) #83 – ‘Ragnarok, Part the Fourth’

November 2004:
Daredevil (1998) #65 – ‘The Universe’
Hulk & Thing: Hard Knocks (2004) #1 – ‘Tea For Two’
Inhumans 2099 (2004) #1 – ‘Inhumans 2099’
Marvel Age Hulk (2004) #1 – ‘Bugs’

December 2004:
Hulk & Thing: Hard Knocks (2004) #2 – ‘Truth Hurts’

2005:
Captain Universe: Power Unimaginable (2005) TPB

January 2005:
Avengers Finale (2005) #1
Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes (2005) #1
Hulk & Thing: Hard Knocks (2004) #3 – ‘Monster Maker’

February 2005:
Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes (2005) #3
Hulk & Thing: Hard Knocks (2004) #4 – ‘Upon Reflection’
Marvel Team-Up (2004) #3 – ‘Golden Child, Part Three’

March 2005:
Captain America & the Falcon (2004) #11 – ‘Brothers and Keepers, Part 4: I, M.O.D.O.K.’
Marvel Team-Up (2004) #4 – ‘Golden Child, Part Four’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #77 – ‘Tempest Fugit, Part 1 of 5’

April 2005:
Captain America & the Falcon (2004) #12 – ‘Brothers & Keepers (Part 5): Brothers’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #78 – ‘Tempest Fugit, Part 2 of 5’

May 2005:
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #79 – ‘Tempest Fugit, Part 3 of 5’

June 2005:
Fantastic Four (1961) #525 – ‘Dream Fever, Part 1’
Tales of the Thing (2005) #2 – ‘Widescreen’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #80 – ‘Tempest Fugit, Part 4 of 5’

July 2005:
Marvel Visionaries: John Romita Sr. (2005) HC
Secret War: From the Files of Nick Fury (2005) #1
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #81 – ‘Tempest Fugit, Conclusion’

August 2005:
Last Hero Standing (2005) #1 – ‘Who will be the…Last Hero Standing’
Last Hero Standing (2005) #3
Last Hero Standing (2005) #4
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #82 – ‘Dear Tricia…’

September 2005:
Defenders (2005) #1 – ‘Almost a Good Idea…’
Hulk: Destruction (2005) #1
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #83 – ‘Terra Incognita, Part 1’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #84 – ‘Terra Incognita, Part 2’

October 2005:
Defenders (2005) #2 – ‘Disaster!*’
Hulk: Destruction (2005) #2
Marvel Team-Up (2004) #11 – ‘Titannus War, Part One’
Mega Morphs (2005) #1 – ‘Mechanized & Manipulated’
Mega Morphs (2005) #2 – ‘200 Tons of Doom’
New Avengers: Pot of Gold (AAFES 110th Anniversary Issue) (2005) #1 – ‘Pot of Gold!’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #85 – ‘Terra Incognita, Part 3’

November 2005:
Comic Book Artist (2003) #6 – ‘Will Eisner Tribute’
Defenders (2005) #3 – ‘The End of the World As We Know It!’
Hulk: Destruction (2005) #3
Marvel Team-Up (2004) #12 – ‘Titannus War, Part Two’
Marvel/Top Cow Crossovers (2005) TPB vol. 01
Mega Morphs (2005) #3 – ‘Red Rampage’
Spider-Man Unlimited (2004) #11
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #86 – ‘Terra Incognita, Conclusion’

December 2005:
Defenders (2005) #4 – ‘It’s Dormammu’s World–You’re Just Living in It!’
Hulk: Destruction (2005) #4 – ‘Finale’
Marvel Masterworks: Avengers (2003) HC vol. 05
Marvel Monsters: Devil Dinosaur (2005) #1 – ‘The Battle That Time Forgot’
Marvel Monsters: Monsters on the Prowl (2005) #1 – ‘Good Monsters!’
Marvel Team-Up (2004) #13 – ‘Titannus War, Part Three’
Mega Morphs (2005) #4 – ‘The Pawns and the Power’
She-Hulk (2005) #1 – ‘Many Happy Returns’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #87 – ‘Awakening’

2006:
ACTOR Comics Presents (2006) Vol. 1
Alias (2001) Omnibus – ‘Alias’
Fantastic Four (1961) TPB – ‘The Life Fantastic’
Marvel History (2004) #4 – ‘Spider-Man Bd. 4 – Jahrgang 1966’

January 2006:
Amazing Fantasy (2004) #15
Captain Universe/Hulk (2006) #1 – ‘Secrets and Origins’
Defenders (2005) #5 – ‘The Enemy of My Enemy Isn’t Exactly My Friend (But She’ll Do in a Pinch)!’
Fantastic Four (1961) #533 – ‘What Happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas’
Fantastic Four/Iron Man: Big in Japan (2005) #2 – ‘All-Out Giant Monster Attack!!’
Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man (2005) #2 – ‘The Other – Evolve or Die, Part 4: Bargaining’
Marvel Holiday Special (1991) #2005
Sentry (2005) #3
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #88 – ‘Peace in Our Time, Part One’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #89 – ‘Peace in Our Time, Part Two’

February 2006:
Marvel Legacy: The 1960’s Handbook (2006) #1
Sentry (2005) #4 – ‘The Truth’
She-Hulk (2005) #3 – ‘Time of Her Life’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #90 – ‘Peace in Our Time, Part Three’

March 2006:
Doc Samson (2006) #1 – ‘Adventure the First: Grievous Angel’
Fantastic Four (1961) #534 – ‘Shadow Boxing’
Sentry (2005) #5
She-Hulk (2005) #4 – ‘Back to Bone’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #91 – ‘Peace in Our Time, Part Four’

April 2006:
Fantastic Four (1961) #535 – ‘To Be This Monster’
Sentry (2005) #6
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #92 – ‘Planet Hulk Exile: Part One’

May 2006:
Fantastic Four Adventures (2005) #12 – ‘Aftermath’
New Avengers: Illuminati (2006) #1 – ‘Illuminati’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #93 – ‘Planet Hulk Exile Part II’
Untold Tales Of The New Universe: Star Brand (2006) #1 – ‘Adventures in the Mulletverse’

June 2006:
Four (2006) #29 – ‘Fallout’
Sentry (2005) #8
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #94 – ‘Planet Hulk Exile Part III’
Untold Tales of the New Universe (2006) TPB

July 2006:
Planet Hulk: Gladiator Guidebook (2006) One-Shot – ‘Planet Hulk: Gladiator Guidebook’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #95 – ‘Planet Hulk Exile Part IV’

August 2006:
Giant-Size Hulk (2006) #1
Marvel Masterworks: The Invincible Iron Man (2003) HC vol. 03

September 2006:
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #96 – ‘Planet Hulk Anarchy Part I’

October 2006:
Black Panther (2005) #19 – ‘World Tour Part One: Holiday In Latveria’
Mythos: Hulk (2006) #1 – ‘The Incredible Hulk’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #97 – ‘Planet Hulk Anarchy Part II’
The Marvel Encyclopedia (2006) HC – ‘The Marvel Encyclopedia’

November 2006:
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #98 – ‘Planet Hulk Anarchy Part III’
The Vault of Michael Allred (2006) #3

December 2006:
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #99 – ‘Planet Hulk Anarchy Part IV’

January 2007:
Fantastic Four: The End (2006) #2
Marvel Holiday Special (1991) TPB – ‘Marvel Holiday Special Digest’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #100 – ‘Planet Hulk: Allegiance Part 1’
The Vault of Michael Allred (2006) #4

February 2007:
Avengers Next (2007) #4 – ‘Cry, My Beloved Homeworld’
Civil War: The Road to Civil War (2007) TPB – ‘The Road to Civil War’
Marvel Holiday Special (1991) #2006
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #101 – ‘Planet Hulk: Allegiance, Part 2’
Wizard (1991) #184

March 2007:
Civil War: Battle Damage Report (2007) #1
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #102 – ‘Planet Hulk: Allegiance Part 3’
Wolverine (2003) #50 – ‘Evolution, Chapter One: First Blood’

April 2007:
Annihilation: Heralds Of Galactus (2007) #1
Fantastic Four: The End (2006) #5
Punisher War Journal (2007) #4 – ‘Small Wake For a Tall Man’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #103 – ‘Planet Hulk: Allegiance, Part 4’

May 2007:
Fantastic Four: The End (2006) #6
Hulk and Power Pack (2007) #1
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #104 – ‘Planet Hulk: Armageddon, Part 1’

June 2007:
She-Hulk (2005) #18 – ‘Planet Without a Hulk, Part 4: Illuminated’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #105 – ‘Planet Hulk: Armageddon Part II’

July 2007:
Fallen Son: The Death of Captain America (2007) #4 – ‘The Death of Captain America, Chapter 4: Depression’
Marvel Masterworks: The Sub-Mariner (2002) HC vol. 02 – ‘Vol. 2’
New Avengers: Illuminati (2007) #3 – ‘Secret Wars’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #106 – ‘Warbound, Part 1’
Unholy Union (2007) #1
World War Hulk Prologue: World Breaker (2007) #1 – ‘World Breaker’

August 2007:
Avengers Classic (2007) #1
Ghost Rider (2006) #12 – ‘Apocalypse Soon, Part 1’
Hulk and Power Pack (2007) #4
Spider-Man (2007) #3 – ‘Weltraum Albtraum’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #107 – ‘Warbound, Part 2’
The Invincible Iron Man (2007) #19 – ‘World War Hulk’
World War Hulk (2007) #1 – ‘Chapter 1’
World War Hulk: Front Line (2007) #1
World War Hulk: Gamma Files (2007) Oneshot
World War Hulk: X-Men (2007) #1 – ‘Hard Questions’

September 2007:
Avengers Classic (2007) #2
Avengers: The Initiative (2007) #4 – ‘Green Zone’
Ghost Rider (2006) #13 – ‘Apocalypse Soon, Conclusion’
Silver Surfer: Requiem (2007) #3 – ‘Part Three: Benedictus’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #108 – ‘Warbound, Part 3’
The Invincible Iron Man (2007) #20 – ‘World War Hulk: In Absentia’
The Irredeemable Ant-Man (2006) #10 – ‘World War Hulk’
World War Hulk (2007) #2 – ‘Chapter 2’
World War Hulk: Front Line (2007) #2
World War Hulk: X-Men (2007) #2 – ‘Sworn to Protect’

October 2007:
Avengers: The Initiative (2007) #5 – ‘Secret Weapons’
The 3-Minute Sketchbook (2007) Sketchbook – ‘Volume 1’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #109 – ‘Warbound, Part 4’
World War Hulk (2007) #3 – ‘Chapter 3’
World War Hulk: Gamma Corps (2007) #2 – ‘Part 2: Origins’
World War Hulk: X-Men (2007) #3 – ‘Sworn to Protect’

November 2007:
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #110 – ‘Warbound, Part 5’
World War Hulk (2007) #4 – ‘Chapter 4’
World War Hulk: Front Line (2007) #4
World War Hulk: Gamma Corps (2007) #3 – ‘Part 3: Love and War’

December 2007:
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #111 – ‘Warbound, Part 6’
What If? Planet Hulk (2007) #1
X-Men: First Class (2007) #5 – ‘Smash’

2008:
Marvel Masterworks: The Fantastic Four (2003) HC vol. 11
Mythos (2008) HC – ‘Mythos’
The Incredible Hulk (2005) Vol 2 – ‘This Monster Unleashed’
Tim Sale: Heroes, Villains, Babes (2008) NN

January 2008:
Captain Marvel (2008) #1 – ‘Chapter 1: I Am Here’
Ms. Marvel (2006) #21
The Incredible Hulk (2000) #112 – ‘Birds of Stymphalis’
World War Hulk (2007) #5 – ‘Chapter 5’
World War Hulk: Gamma Corps (2007) #4 – ‘Part 4: Mission “Accomplished”‘

February 2008:
Giant-Size Avengers (2008) #1
Hulk (2008) #1 – ‘Who is the Hulk?’
Hulk vs. Fin Fang Foom (2008) #1 – ‘The Fin From Outer Space’
Marvel Holiday Special (1991) #2007
What If? Civil War (2008) #1

March 2008:
Hulk (2008) #2 – ‘The Smoking Gun’

April 2008:
Black Panther (2005) Annual 01 – ‘Black To The Future’
Nova (2007) Annual 01
The Astonishing Spider-Man (2007) #27

May 2008:
Hulk: Greatest Battles (2008) TPB – ‘Hulk: Greatest Battles’
WWH Aftersmash: Warbound (2008) #4

June 2008:
Hulk (2008) #3 – ‘Creatures On The Loose’
Hulk vs. Hercules: When Titans Collide (2008) #1
The Mighty World of Marvel (2003) #69 – ‘Buried Alive!’

July 2008:
AAFES 6 [The New Avengers: Fireline] (2008) One-Shot – ‘Fireline’
Giant-Size Incredible Hulk (2008) #1
King-Size Hulk (2008) #1
Marvel 1985 (2008) #1 – ‘Haunted’
Marvel Comics Presents (2007) #9
Mini Marvels: Rock, Paper, Scissors (2008) Digest TPB – ‘Rock, Paper, Scissors’
The CBLDF Presents: Liberty Comics (2008) #1

August 2008:
Eternals (2008) #1
Hero Initiative: Mike Wieringo (2008) #1 – ‘What If This Was the Fantastic Four?’
Hulk (2008) #4 – ‘Red Light, Green Light’
Hulk: Raging Thunder (2008) #1
Marvel 1985 (2008) #2 – ‘Clyde Wyncham’
Mythos: Captain America (2008) #1
Skaar: Son of Hulk (2008) #1 – ‘Cradle of Fire’
Spider-Man Family (2007) #9

September 2008:
Skaar: Son of Hulk (2008) #2 – ‘Blood of the Dragon’
The Last Defenders (2008) #5 – ‘Old Ghosts’
The Mighty World of Marvel (2003) #72 – ‘An Epic Adventure Begins…Planet Hulk’

October 2008:
Annihilation Classic (2008) HC – ‘Annihilation Classic’
Hulk (2008) #5 – ‘Rolling Thunder’
Hulk Chronicles: WWH (2008) #1
Marvel Comics Presents (2007) #12

November 2008:
Hulk (2008) #6 – ‘Blood Red’
Hulk: Heart of the Atom (2008) HC – ‘Hulk: Heart of the Atom’
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2008) HC vol. 05 – ‘Guardsmen to Jackal (Warren)’
Wolverine: Origins (2006) #28 – ‘Original Sin: Prologue’

December 2008:
Hulk (2008) #7 – ‘What Happens in Vegas/Hell Hath no Fury…’
Hulk Chronicles: WWH (2008) #3
Hulk Monster-Size Special (2008) #1
Marvel Apes (2008) #4
Secret Invasion: Inhumans (2008) #3 – ‘Family: Chapter 3’
Sir Apropos of Nothing (2008) #2 – ‘Gypsies, Vamps and Thieves: Part Two’
The Age of the Sentry (2008) #2
The Mighty World of Marvel (2003) #76 – ‘The Hulk Goes To War!’
Venom: Dark Origin (2008) #3 – ‘Venom: Dark Origin, Chapter 3’

2009:
Neal Adams Sketch Book (2005) Convention Exclusive
War of Kings Saga (2009) #1

January 2009:
Hulk (2008) #8 – ‘Green!/…Like a Woman Scorned!’
Secret Invasion: Requiem (2009) One-Shot – ‘How I’ll Remember You’
The Mighty World of Marvel (2003) #77 – ‘The Punisher Versus Ulik!’
X-Men/Spider-Man (2009) #1 – ‘The Strangest Teens of All’

February 2009:
Hulk (2008) #9 – ‘Jackpot/The Revenge of the Lady Liberators’
Hulk Family: Green Genes (2009) #1
Mini Marvels: Secret Invasion (2009) Digest TPB – ‘Secret Invasion’
The Age of the Sentry (2008) #4
The Astonishing Spider-Man (2007) #48 – ‘The Deadly Foes Of… Peter Parker!’
The Mighty Avengers (2007) #20 – ‘Epilogue’
The Mighty World of Marvel (2003) #78 – ‘She-Hulk Under Fire!’
What If? Newer Fantastic Four (2009) #1
What If? Secret Wars (2009) #1 – ‘What if… Doctor Doom Kept the Beyonder’s Power?’

March 2009:
The Mighty Avengers (2007) #21 – ‘The Smartest Man in the Room’
The Mighty World of Marvel (2003) #79 – ‘Meet The New Thunderbolts!’
X-Men vs. Hulk (2009) #1 – ‘The Making of a Man…’

April 2009:
AAFES 7th Edition [New Avengers: An Army of One] (2009) One-Shot – ‘An Army of One’
Avengers Unconquered (2009) #3 – ‘Casualty of the War!’
Essential X-Men (1995) #176 – ‘Mutant Versus Mutant!’
Fantastic Four Adventures (2005) #50
Hulk (2008) #10 – ‘Love & Death’
Incredible Hercules (2008) #126
Marvel TV: Galactus – The Real Story (2009) #1
Marvels: Eye Of The Camera (2009) #4 – ‘Chapter 4: Deep Wounds’
Skaar: Son of Hulk (2008) #8 – ‘Sins Of The Son’
The Age of the Sentry (2008) #6 – ‘The Death of the Sentry’
The Mighty Avengers (2007) #22 – ‘The Writing on the Wall’

May 2009:
Free Comic Book Day 2009 (Wolverine: Origin of an X-Man) (2009) #1 – ‘Kingdom of No’
Hulk: Broken Worlds (2009) #1
Marvel Action (2007) #29
Marvels: Eye Of The Camera (2009) #5 – ‘Chapter 5: A Whole Lot Of Paper’
Skaar: Son of Hulk (2008) #9 – ‘The Fist Of The Father’
The Mighty Avengers (2007) #23 – ‘Three Words’
Wolverine and the X-Men Magazine (2009) #2

June 2009:
Hulk (2008) #11 – ‘Trapped In A World They Never Made’
Marvel Masterworks: Avengers (2003) HC vol. 09
Savage She-Hulk (2009) #1 – ‘W.M.D. Woman Of Mass Destruction’
The Mighty World of Marvel (2003) #82 – ‘Attack of the Punisher!’

July 2009:
Annihilation Classic (2008) TPB – ‘Annihilation Classic’
Captain America (2005) #50
Hulk (2008) #12 – ‘Winner Takes All’
Marvel Masterworks: Warlock (2007) HC vol. 02
Planet Skaar Prologue (2009) #1 – ‘Planet Skaar Prologue’

August 2009:
Hero Comics (2009) one-shot
Marvel Masterworks: The Sub-Mariner (2002) HC vol. 03 – ‘vol. 3’
Marvel Masterworks: The Sub-Mariner (2002) HC vol. 03 (Direct Market) – ‘vol. 3’
Skaar: Son of Hulk (2008) #11 – ‘Skaar: Son Of Hulk’
Skaar: Son of Hulk (2008) #12

September 2009:
Agents Of Atlas (2009) #8 – ‘Monster Makers’
Dark X-Men: The Beginning (2009) #1 – ‘Namor/Norman/Mimic/Dark Beast’
Deadpool: Merc With a Mouth (2009) #1 – ‘Head Trip: Part 1’
Fantastic Four (1961) #569 – ‘Doom’s Master, Part Four of Four’
The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #600
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #600

October 2009:
Agents Of Atlas (2009) #9 – ‘Terror Of The Jade Claw: Part 1’
Captain America (2005) HC vol. 07 – ‘Road to Reborn’
Hulk (2008) #13 – ‘Hulk No More!’
Hulk (2008) #14 – ‘Code Red: Chapter 1: Eyewitness’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #601
The Mighty World Of Marvel (2009) #1

November 2009:
Hulk (2008) #15 – ‘Code Red: Chapter 2: Collision’
Hulk Team-Up (2009) #1 – ‘Aftershocks’
The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #600 (2nd printing) – ‘Last Legs’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #602

December 2009:
Dark Reign: The List – Hulk (2009) #1
Incredible Hercules (2008) #137 – ‘Atonement’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #603
Wolverine: Origins (2006) #41 – ‘7 The Hard Way: Part 1’
X-Men Forever (2009) #10 – ‘Home, Come the Heroes!’

2010:
Marvel Holiday Magazine (2010) #16
Marvel Masterworks: The Amazing Spider-Man (2003) TPB vol. 05

January 2010:
Hulk (2008) #17  – ‘Code Red: Chapter 4: The Man in the Mirror’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #604
The Mighty World Of Marvel (2009) #4 – ‘Slaves Of The Hulk!’
Wolverine: Origins (2006) #42 – ‘7 The Hard Way: Part 2’

February 2010:
Alias (2001) Ultimate Collection TPB vol. 02 – ‘Ultimate Collection Book 2’
Comic Shop News (1987) #1182 – ‘DMZ’
Fall of the Hulks: Alpha (2010) #1 – ‘Meeting of the Minds’
Fall of the Hulks: Gamma (2010) #1 – ‘Thunderbolt’
Spider-Man & The Secret Wars (2010) #1 – ‘Secret Wars’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #605
The Mighty World Of Marvel (2009) #5 – ‘The Hulk Versus The Sentry!’
What If? World War Hulk (2010) #1

March 2010:
Doctor Voodoo: Avenger of the Supernatural (2009) #4
Fall of the Hulks: Red Hulk (2010) #1 – ‘The Power Cosmic’
Hulk (2008) #19 – ‘Conspiracy Theory’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #606
Wolverine: Origins (2006) #44 – ‘7 The Hard Way: Part 4’
Wolverine: Wendigo! (2010) #1

April 2010:
Avengers vs. Atlas (2010) #2
Fall of the Hulks: Red Hulk (2010) #2 – ‘The Deal’
Hulk (2008) #20 – ‘Man Nor Beast’
Spider-Man & The Secret Wars (2010) #3 – ‘Secret Wars’
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #607

May 2010:
Avengers vs. Atlas (2010) #3
Breaking Into Comics the Marvel Way! (2010) #2
Deadpool Team-Up (2010) #895
Fall of the Hulks: Red Hulk (2010) #3 – ‘How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The A-Bomb’
Hercules: Fall of an Avenger (2010) #1
Hulk (2008) #21 – ‘The Best Laid Plans’
Hulk: Let the Battle Begin (2010) #1
Marvel Masterworks: The X-Men (2003) HC vol. 08
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #608
Wolverine: Origins (2006) #45 – ‘7 The Hard Way Conclusion’

June 2010:
Avengers vs. Atlas (2010) #4
Avengers: The Origin (2010) #1 – ‘The Necessary Evil’
Fall of the Hulks: Red Hulk (2010) #4 – ‘Best Case Scenario’
Fall of the Hulks: The Savage She-Hulks (2010) #2 – ‘The Savage Sex: Part 2’
Hercules: Fall of an Avenger (2010) #2
Ramos art-n-out Hip Sketchbook (2010) Artbook
Spider-Man (2007) #47 – ‘Werd erwachsen’
World War Hulks (2010) #1

July 2010:
Avengers (2010) #1 – ‘Next Avengers: Part One’
Avengers: The Origin (2010) #2 – ‘Faith-Based Initiative’
Heroic Age: Prince of Power (2010) #1
Hulk (2008) #22 – ‘Dogs of War’
Origins of Marvel Comics (2010) #1
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #609
The Thanos Imperative: Ignition (2010) #1
X-Factor Forever (2010) #3

August 2010:
Avengers Prime (2010) #1
Avengers: The Origin (2010) #3 – ‘Response Time Zero Cult’
Hulk (2008) #23 – ‘Who Is the Red Hulk?’
Iron Man: Kiss and Kill (2010) #1 – ‘Iron Widow’
New Avengers (2010) #1
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #610

September 2010:
Avengers: The Origin (2010) #4 – ‘Rumble Fish’

October 2010:
Avengers & the Infinity Gauntlet (2010) #1 – ‘For Thanos’
Avengers: The Origin (2010) #5 – ‘One Shoe Drops’
Hulk (2008) #24 – ‘The Strongest There Is’
Marvel Universe vs. The Punisher (2010) #2 – ‘Warrior of Heaven’
The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #640
The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #641
The Incredible Hulk (1968) #611
The Thanos Imperative (2010) #3

November 2010:
Avengers & the Infinity Gauntlet (2010) #2
Fantastic Four (1961) #583 – ‘In Latveria, the Flowers Bloom in Winter’
Heroic Age: Heroes (2010) #1 – ‘Heroic Age Heroes’
Hulk (2008) #25
Incredible Hulks (2010) #612
Incredible Hulks (2010) #613
Incredible Hulks: Enigma Force (2010) #1 – ‘Dark Son, Book One’
Marvel Universe vs. The Punisher (2010) #3 – ‘Partner in Crime’
Secret Avengers (2010) #5 – ‘Secret Histories Epilogue The Secret Life Of Max Fury’
Spider-Man/Fantastic Four (2010) #3 – ‘Bizarre Love Triangle’
Valkyrie (2010) #1 – ‘Tragic Opera’

December 2010:
Avengers & the Infinity Gauntlet (2010) #3
Hulk (2008) #26
Incredible Hulks (2010) #614
Incredible Hulks (2010) #615
Incredible Hulks: Enigma Force (2010) #2 – ‘Dark Son, Book Two’
Marvel Digital Holiday Special (2010) #1 – ‘Christmas is DOOMed’
Marvel Digital Holiday Special (2010) #2 – ‘Different Worlds’
Marvel Digital Holiday Special (2010) #3 – ‘Hulk SMASH Christmas!’

2011:
From the Marvel Vault (2011) TPB
Rocket Raccoon (1985) HC – ‘Rocket Raccoon: Guardian of the Keystone Quadrant’
Rocket Raccoon (1985) HC (Direct Market Edition) – ‘Rocket Raccoon: Guardian of the Keystone Quadrant’
Spider-Man: Am I An Avenger? (2011) TPB – ‘Am I an Avenger?’

January 2011:
Avengers & the Infinity Gauntlet (2010) #4
Hulk (2008) #27
I Am An Avenger (2010) #3
Incredible Hulks (2010) #616
Incredible Hulks (2010) #617
Incredible Hulks: Enigma Force (2010) #3 – ‘Dark Son, Book Three’
Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds (2011) #3 – ‘Fate of Two Worlds’
She-Hulks (2011) #1 – ‘Man Hunt, Part 1’

February 2011:
Chaos War (2010) #4 – ‘Facing Oblivion’
December 2010 Sneak Peeks (2011) #1
Fantastic Four Adventures (2010) #13 – ‘The Marquis of Death!’
Hulk (2008) #28
Incredible Hulks (2010) #618
Incredible Hulks (2010) #619
Klaws Of The Panther (2010) #4 – ‘Part 4: Enter The Black Widow’
She-Hulks (2011) #2 – ‘Man Hunt, Part 2’

March 2011:
Chaos War (2010) #5 – ‘The End Is Here’
Hulk (2008) #29
Incredible Hulks (2010) #620
Incredible Hulks (2010) #621
Iron Man/Thor (2011) #3 – ‘God Complex Chapter Three’
Marvel Heroes (2008) #33 – ‘Hulk Vs. Death’s Head’
She-Hulks (2011) #3 – ‘Man Hunt, Part 3’
The Astonishing Spider-Man (2009) #32 – ‘Spidey Vs. Doc Ock – ‘Nuff Said!’

April 2011:
Captain America: Man Out of Time (2011) #4
Fantastic Four (1961) #588 – ‘Epilogue: Month of Mourning/Uncles’
Hulk (2008) #30
Incredible Hulks (2010) #622 – ‘God Smash Conclusion’
Incredible Hulks (2010) #623 – ‘Planet Savage Chapter One’
Marvel Girl (2011) #1 – ‘From The Ashes’
Marvel Heroes (2008) #34
She-Hulks (2011) #4 – ‘Man Hunt, Part 4’
Silver Surfer (2011) #1 – ‘Devolution’

May 2011:
5 Ronin (2011) #2 – ‘The Way Of The Monk’
5 Ronin (2011) #5 – ‘The Way Of The Fool’
Age of X: Universe (2011) #1
Fear Itself: The Worthy (2011) #4 – ‘Shades of Gray’
Fear Itself: The Worthy (2011) #5 – ‘By Design…’
Incredible Hulks (2010) #624 – ‘Planet Savage Chapter Two’
Incredible Hulks (2010) #625 – ‘Planet Savage Conclusion’
The New Avengers 100 Project (2011) Artbook
Wieselflink (1993) #2012-02
Wolverine/Hercules – Myths, Monsters & Mutants (2011) #1

June 2011:
Age of X: Universe (2011) #2 – ‘Age of X Universe Chapter 2’
Incredible Hulks (2010) #626 – ‘The Spy Who Smashed Me – Part One When In Rome’
Incredible Hulks (2010) #627 – ‘Robert Bruce Banner is The Spy Who Smashed Me’
The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) Annual 38 – ‘Identity Wars, Part 1’
The Mighty World Of Marvel (2009) #22 – ‘Wolverine! Skaar! And… Daken!’

July 2011:
Annihilators (2011) #3
Deadpool (2008) Annual 01 – ‘Identity Wars, Part 2’
Deadpool (2008) #37 – ‘Operation: Annihilation, Part One: Journada del Muerto’
Fear Itself (2011) #2 – ‘Chapter 2: The Worthy’
Incredible Hulks (2010) #628 – ‘Live And Let Smash Starring Bruce Banner and Betty Ross’
Incredible Hulks (2010) #629 – ‘License To Smash’
Marvel Zombies Supreme (2011) #4 – ‘Heart of a Hero’
Spidey Sunday Spectacular! (2011) #1
Williams-Sonoma Spider-Man & The Avengers (2011) #1

August 2011:
Deadpool (2008) #38 – ‘Operation: Annihilation, Part Two: Clear And Present Anger’
Deadpool (2008) #39 – ‘Operation: Annihilation, Part Three: Women & Children First’
Hulk (2008) #34 – ‘Red Planet Hulk: Part One’
Hulk (2008) #35 – ‘Red Planet Hulk: Part Two’
Incredible Hulk & the Human Torch: From the Marvel Vault (2011) #1
Incredible Hulks (2010) Annual 01 – ‘Indentity Wars, Part 3’
Incredible Hulks (2010) #630 – ‘Heart of the Monster’
Incredible Hulks (2010) #631 – ‘Heart of the Monster Part Two’
The Mighty World Of Marvel (2009) #25 – ‘War Of The Gods!’

September 2011:
Comix & Beer (2009) #2 – ‘Zehn’
Defenders: From the Marvel Vault (2011) #1 – ‘Mind Slam’
Fear Itself: Fearsome Four (2011) #2 – ‘Part Two: Stranger Bedfellows’
Hulk (2008) #36 – ‘Shock to the System’
Incredible Hulks (2010) #632 – ‘Heart Of The Monster: Part 3’
Incredible Hulks (2010) #633 – ‘Heart Of The Monster: Part 4’
Ultimate Fallout (2011) #3
Wolverine (2010) #12 – ‘Wolverine’s Revenge! Part 3’

October 2011:
Fear Itself: Fearsome Four (2011) #3 – ‘Part Three: Overcome’
Incredible Hulks (2010) #634 – ‘Heart Of The Monster: Part 5’
Incredible Hulks (2010) #635
Marvel Universe vs. Wolverine (2011) #3
The Mighty World Of Marvel (2009) #27 – ‘The Red Hulk Versus The Thing!’
Wolverine And Deadpool (2010) #24 – ‘Spidey & Deadpool Must Face…Hit-Monkey!’

November 2011:
Defenders/Avengers: X-Sanction Preview Book (2011) #1
Marvel Universe vs. Wolverine (2011) #4 – ‘Death’s Other Kingdom’
New Avengers (2010) Annual 01
The Astonishing Spider-Man (2009) #50 – ‘Triumph of the Lizard!’
The Mighty World Of Marvel (2009) #28
Wolverine (2010) #16 – ‘Wolverine Forever’

December 2011:
Avengers Unconquered (2009) #38 – ‘New Story! The Death of Asgard!’
Fear Itself (2011) #7 – ‘Chapter 7: Thor’s Day’
Fear Itself: Hulk vs. Dracula (2011) #3 – ‘Hulk vs. Dracula, Part 3’
Incredible Hulk (2011) #1 – ‘Hulk: Asunder Part One’
Marvel Super Stars Magazine (2011) #8
The Mighty World Of Marvel (2009) #29 – ‘The origin of the Red Hulk!’

2012:
Avengers: Season One (2012) OGN HC
Avengers: Season One (2012) OGN SC (Custom Edition)
Avengers: The Origin (2010) TPB – ‘Avengers: The Origin’
Dr. Strange: Season One (2012) OGN HC
Hero Initiative: Fantastic Four (2012) TPB – ‘The Fantastic Four 100 Project’
Space: Punisher (2012) TPB

January 2012:
Incredible Hulk (2011) #2 – ‘Hulk: Asunder Part Two’
Shame Itself (2012) #1
The Mighty Thor (2011) #8 – ‘The Mighty Tanarus 1: Lost’
The Mighty World Of Marvel (2009) #30 – ‘Nothing can stop … The Red Hulk!’

February 2012:
Avengers vs. X-Men Program (2012) #1
Defenders (2012) #1 – ‘Breaker of Worlds Part 1: I Hate Myself And I Want To Die’
Incredible Hulk (2011) #3 – ‘Hulk: Asunder Part Three’
S.H.I.E.L.D. (2011) #4 – ‘All Together Now’

March 2012:
Avengers: Saving the Day (2012) #1 – ‘Saving the Day’
Deadpool (2008) #49.1 – ‘Deadpool: The Musical!’
Harley-Davidson/Avengers (2012) #1 – ‘Heroes Arise’
Incredible Hulk (2011) #4 – ‘Hulk vs. Banner! Chapter One: Island of 1000 Hulks’
The Astonishing Spider-Man (2009) #60
The Mighty World Of Marvel (2009) #32 – ‘A New Saga… Shadowland! The Fall of Daredevil has begun…’

Mar/Apr 2012:
Avengers (2010) #1 (Pittsburgh Edition) – ‘Next Avengers, Part 1’

April 2012:
Avengers (2010) #1 (Free Avengers Sampler Version)
Avengers: Roll Call (2012) #1
Incredible Hulk (2011) #5 – ‘Hulk Vs. Banner! Chapter Two: There Will Be Doom’
Venom (2011) #13.3 – ‘Circle of Four Part 4’
Venom (2011) #13.4 – ‘Circle of Four Part Five’

May 2012:
Avengers Assemble (2012) #1
Incredible Hulk (2011) #6 – ‘Hulk vs. Banner Chapter Three: And Only One Shall Smash!’

June 2012:
Avengers Assemble (2012) #2
Incredible Hulk (2011) #7 – ‘Hulk vs Banner ! The Monster is Dead… Long Live The Monster’

July 2012:
Avengers Assemble (2012) #3
Dave Stevens: Covers & Stories (2012) HC
Hulk Smash Avengers (2012) #1 – ‘By Banner Betrayed!’
Hulk Smash Avengers (2012) #2 – ‘The Filth and the Fury’
Hulk Smash Avengers (2012) #3 – ‘Once An Avenger…’
Hulk Smash Avengers (2012) #5 – ‘The Conversation’
Incredible Hulk (2011) #7.1 – ‘Alone’
Incredible Hulk (2011) #8 – ‘Stay Angry!’
Season One Guide 2012 (2012) #1

August 2012:
Avengers Assemble (2012) #4
Avengers Vs. X-Men (2012) #6
Incredible Hulk (2011) #9
Incredible Hulk (2011) #10
The Mighty World Of Marvel (2009) #37
The Mighty World Of Marvel (2009) #38

September 2012:
Avengers Assemble (2012) #5
Harley-Davidson/Avengers (2012) #2 – ‘Heroes Arise’
Incredible Hulk (2011) #11 – ‘The Search for the City of Sasquatches’

October 2012:
Avengers Assemble (2012) #6
Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe (2012) #2
Hulk: Season One (2012) OGN HC
Incredible Hulk (2011) #12 – ‘Riot at the God Complex’
Space: Punisher (2012) #2

November 2012:
Avengers (2010) #30
Avengers Assemble (2012) #7
Avengers Vs. X-Men (2012) #11
Incredible Hulk (2011) #13 – ‘United: part 1’
Incredible Hulk (2011) #14 – ‘Hulk: United Part 2’
Marvel vs. Capcom: Official Complete Works (2012) Artbook
Uncanny X-Men (2011) #18
X-Men Legacy (2008) #273

December 2012:
A+X (2012) #1
A+X (2012) #1 (2nd Printing)
Avengers Assemble (2012) #8
Avengers Vs. X-Men (2012) #12
Incredible Hulk (2011) #15 – ‘United Conclusion’
Marvel Universe vs. The Avengers (2012) #1 – ‘Powerless’
Michael Wm. Kaluta Sketchbook Series (2012) OGN SC vol. 03 – ‘Volume Three’
Space: Punisher (2012) #4
The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #695 – ‘Danger Zone Part One: Warning Signs’

2013:
Thunderbolts (2013) TPB vol. 01 – ‘No Quarter’

January 2013:
Avengers Assemble (2012) #9
Fantastic Four (2013) #1 – ‘Unstable’
Indestructible Hulk (2013) #1 – ‘Agent Of S.H.I.E.L.D.’
Indestructible Hulk (2013) #1 (Phantom Variant) – ‘Agent Of S.H.I.E.L.D.’
Marvel’s Mightiest Heroes (2013) #1 – ‘The Avengers’

February 2013:
Avengers (2013) #1 – ‘Avengers World’
Avengers (2013) #2 – ‘We Were Avengers’
Avengers Assemble (2012) #10
Indestructible Hulk (2013) #2
Indestructible Hulk (2013) #2 (2nd Printing)
The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #700
Thunderbolts (2013) #1 – ‘Enlisted’

March 2013:
Avengers (2013) #3 – ‘The Garden’
Avengers Assemble (2012) #11
Indestructible Hulk (2013) #3

April 2013:
Avengers (2013) #5 – ‘Superguardian’
Indestructible Hulk (2013) #4 – ‘Agent Of S.H.I.E.L.D.’
Uncanny X-Men (2013) #2 – ‘Poink Is The New Bamf’

May 2013:
All-New X-Men (2013) #8
All-New X-Men (2013) #8 (2nd Printing)
Avengers (2013) #7 – ‘The Last White Event’
Avengers (2013) #8 – ‘Starbranded’
Deadpool (2013) #6 – ‘National Maul’
Indestructible Hulk (2013) #5
Red She-Hulk (2012) #63 – ‘Route 616 Part 1’
Uncanny X-Men (2013) #3 – ‘Avengers Vs. Uncanny X-Men Go!’
Uncanny X-Men (2013) #3 (2nd Printing) – ‘Avengers Vs. Uncanny X-Men Go!’
Uncanny X-Men (2013) #3 (Noto Variant) – ‘Avengers Vs. Uncanny X-Men Go!’
X-Factor (1986) #253 – ‘Hell On Earth War Part Four’

June 2013:
A+X (2012) #7
Avengers (2013) #9 – ‘Star Bound’
Avengers (2013) #10 – ‘Validator’
Indestructible Hulk (2013) #6 – ‘Gods And Monster’
Savage Wolverine (2013) #4 – ‘Savage Part 4’

July 2013:
Avengers (2013) #12 – ‘Evolve’
Avenging Spider-Man (2012) #20 – ‘The Chameleon Sanction’
Avenging Spider-Man (2012) #21 – ‘The Chameleon Sanction Part 2 of 2’
Indestructible Hulk (2013) #7 – ‘Gods And Monster’
Indestructible Hulk (2013) #8 – ‘Gods And Monster’
Savage Wolverine (2013) #5 – ‘Savage Part 5’
Secret Avengers (2013) #4 – ‘Tehran’

August 2013:
Age of Ultron (2013) #10 – ‘Age of Ultron: Book Ten’
Age of Ultron (2013) #10 AI
Avengers (2013) #14 – ‘The Signal’
Avengers Assemble (2012) #16 – ‘The Enemy Within Part 2 Of 5’
Captain Marvel (2012) #13 – ‘The Enemy Within Part 3 Of 5’
Indestructible Hulk (2013) #9 – ‘Blind Rage: Part One’
Secret Avengers (2013) #5 – ‘Barbuda’

September 2013:
Avengers (2013) #15 – ‘Sent And Received’
Avengers (2013) #16 – ‘To The End’
Avengers Assemble (2012) #17 – ‘The Enemy Within Part 4 Of 5’
Captain Marvel (2012) #14 – ‘The Enemy Within Conclusion’
Daredevil (2011) #28
Indestructible Hulk (2013) #10 – ‘Blind Rage: Part Two’
Indestructible Hulk (2013) #11 – ‘Agent Of T.I.M.E. Part One’
Marvel Masterworks: The Incredible Hulk (2003) TPB vol. 03
Superior Spider-Man Team-Up (2013) #1 – ‘A Day in Someone Else’s Life’

October 2013:
Avengers (2013) #17 – ‘… To The Light’
Avengers (2013) #18 – ‘Avengers Universe 1’
Avengers Arena (2013) #13 – ‘The Devil’s Greatest Trick’
Avengers Assemble (2012) #18
Captain Marvel (2012) #15 – ‘Kiss Today Goodbye’
Indestructible Hulk (2013) #12 – ‘Agent of T.I.M.E. Part Two’
Infinity (2013) #1
Secret Avengers (2013) #7 – ‘Iliad, pt. 2’

November 2013:
Avengers A.I. (2013) #3
Avengers Assemble (2012) #19
Captain America (2013) #11 – ‘A Fire in the Rain’
Die Offizielle Marvel-Comic-Sammlung (2013) HC vol. 45 (23) – ‘Der Unglaubliche Hulk: Planet Hulk Teil 1’
Indestructible Hulk (2013) #13 – ‘Agent of T.I.M.E. Part Three’
Infinity (2013) #2 – ‘Fall’
Infinity (2013) #3 – ‘Kingdoms Fall’

December 2013:
All-New X-Men (2013) Special 01 – ‘Elegy in the Classroom’
Avengers (2013) #21 – ‘Emancipation’
Avengers (2013) #22 – ‘To the Earth…’
Cataclysm (2013) #0.1 – ‘Vision’
Indestructible Hulk (2013) Special – ‘For a Friend Whose Work Has Come to Triumph’
Indestructible Hulk (2013) #14 – ‘Agent of T.I.M.E. Part Four’
Infinity (2013) #5 – ‘The Left Hand of Death’
Marvel Universe Hulk: Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (2013) #1
Marvel: Now What?! (2013) #1
Superior Spider-Man Team-Up (2013) Special 01 – ‘With Mercy for the Greedy’

2014:
Hulk (2014) TPB vol. 01 – ‘Banner DOA’
Marvels Companion (2014) TPB – ‘Marvels Companion’
The Incredible Hulk (2000) TPB vol. 11 (Humo) – ‘Tempest Fugit’

January 2014:
Avengers (2013) #23 – ‘…To the Very End’
Avengers A.I. (2013) #6
Avengers Assemble (2012) #21
Deadpool (2013) Annual 01 – ‘Madcapped!’
Indestructible Hulk (2013) #15 – ‘Agent of T.I.M.E. Part Five’
Indestructible Hulk (2013) #16 – ‘Humanity Bomb Part One’
Infinity (2013) #6 – ‘Amber’
Longshot Saves the Marvel Universe (2014) #2 – ‘Longshot Saves the Marvel Universe Part Two’
Marvel Universe Hulk: Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (2013) #2
Nova (2013) #10
Wolverine & The X-Men (2011) Annual 01

February 2014:
Avengers (2013) #24 – ‘Rogue Planet’
Avengers Assemble (2012) #22
Indestructible Hulk (2013) Annual 01 – ‘Journey into Science’
Indestructible Hulk (2013) #17 – ‘Humanity Bomb Part One’
Inhumanity (2014) #1
Longshot Saves the Marvel Universe (2014) #3 – ‘Longshot Saves the Marvel Universe Part Three’
Marvel Knights: Hulk (2014) #1 – ‘Transformé One of Four’
Secret Avengers (2013) #13 – ‘How to MA.I.M. a Mockingbird Part Two Of Five’

March 2014:
All-New Marvel Now! Point One (2014) #1
Avengers World (2014) #1 – ‘Avengers World’
Avengers World (2014) #2
Indestructible Hulk (2013) #18 – ‘Humanity Bomb Part Two’
Infinity: Heist (2013) #4
Iron Man (2013) #20.INH
Marvel Knights: Hulk (2014) #2 – ‘変身 Two of Four’
Secret Avengers (2013) #14 – ‘How to MA.I.M. a Mockingbird, pt. 3’
Uncanny Avengers (2012) #16 – ‘Yesterday Didn’t Exist’

April 2014:
A+X (2012) #17
Avengers (2013) #26 – ‘Look Around… There’s No Way Out’
Indestructible Hulk (2013) #19 – ‘Humanity Bomb Part Three’
Loki: Agent of Asgard (2014) #1 – ‘Trust Me’
Marvel Knights: Hulk (2014) #3 – ‘Trance Form Three of Four’
Uncanny Avengers (2012) #17 – ‘Ragnarok Now’

May 2014:
All-New Invaders (2014) #3 – ‘Gods and Soldiers Part Three’
Avengers (2013) #27 – ‘Only Dirt…Six Feet Deep’
Avengers – Die Rächer (2012) #10 – ‘Infinity’
Avengers Assemble (2012) #25
Avengers World (2014) #4
Indestructible Hulk (2013) #20 – ‘Humanity Bomb Conclusion’
Marvel Knights: Hulk (2014) #4 – ‘Transform Four of Four’
The Superior Foes of Spider-Man (2013) #10

June 2014:
Avengers (2013) #28 – ‘The Case’
Avengers World (2014) #5
Deadpool (2013) #27 – ‘The Wedding of Deadpool’
Hulk (2014) #1 – ‘Who Shot the Hulk?’
Hulk (2014) #2 – ‘Who Shot the Hulk #2’
New Avengers (2013) #17 – ‘A Perfect World II’
Original Sin (2014) #0 – ‘Who is the Watcher?’
The Amazing Spider-Man (2014) #1

July 2014:
Captain America (2013) #20 – ‘The Iron Nail Part 4’
Deadpool (2013) #29 – ‘The Honeymoon is Over’
Fantastic Four (2014) #5 – ‘The Fall of the Fantastic Four Part Five’
Hulk (2014) #3 – ‘Who Shot the Hulk #3’
Incredible Hulks (2014) #3
Mighty Avengers (2013) #10
New Avengers (2013) #18 – ‘Into the Breach’
Original Sin (2014) #2 – ‘Bomb Full of Secrets’
Thanos Annual (2014) Annual 01 – ‘Damnation and Redemption’
The Astonishing Spider-Man (2013) #20 – ‘The arms of the octopus’

August 2014:
Fantastic Four (2014) #6
Hulk (2014) #4 – ‘Who Shot the Hulk #4’
New Avengers (2013) #19 – ‘We Are All Monsters Now’
New Avengers (2013) #20 – ‘Blu’dakorr’
Nova (2013) #18 – ‘Chapter XVIII: Dia de Los Muertos’
Original Sin (2014) #3 – ‘Trust No One, Not Even Yourself’
Original Sin (2014) #3.1 – ‘Hulk vs. Iron Man’
Original Sin (2014) #4 – ‘Secret Warriors’
Savage Hulk (2014) #1 – ‘The Man Within’
Uncanny Avengers (2012) #21 – ‘Avenge the Earth Part Four’

September 2014:
All-New Invaders (2014) #8 – ‘Death-Locked!’
Avengers World (2014) #10
Captain America (2013) #22
Daredevil (2014) #6
Loki: Agent of Asgard (2014) #1 (3rd Printing) – ‘Trust Me’
New Avengers (2013) #21 – ‘The Bomb’
Original Sin (2014) #3.2 – ‘Hulk vs. Iron Man Part 2’
Original Sin (2014) #3.3 – ‘Hulk vs. Iron Man Part 3’
Original Sin (2014) #5.1 – ‘Thor & Loki: The Tenth Realm Part One of Five’
Original Sin (2014) #6 – ‘Open Your Eye’
Original Sins (2014) #3
Silver Surfer (2014) #4 – ‘Earthly Needs’
The Amazing Spider-Man (2014) #4

October 2014:
Avengers World (2014) #11
Captain America (2013) #23
Fantastic Four (2014) #8
Hulk (2014) #5 – ‘The Ω Hulk Chapter One’
Marvel 75th Anniversary Celebration (2014) #1
New Avengers (2013) #22 – ‘We Are Not Brothers’
New Avengers (2013) #23 – ‘All the Angels Have Fallen’
Original Sin (2014) #3.4 – ‘Hulk vs. Iron Man Part 4’
Original Sin (2014) #7 – ‘Nick Fury vs. the World’
Savage Hulk (2014) #3 – ‘The Man Within Part Three of Four’
Silver Surfer (2014) #5 – ‘New Dawn’

November 2014:
Avengers (2013) #35 – ‘The Three Avengers’
Captain America (2013) #24
Death of Wolverine (2014) #1 (Alex Ross 75th Anniversary Variant)
Death of Wolverine (2014) #1 (Canada Variant)
Death of Wolverine (2014) #1 (Deadpool Party Variant)
Death of Wolverine (2014) #1 (Leinil Yu Variant)
Death of Wolverine (2014) #1 (Skottie Young Variant)
Hulk (2014) Annual 01 – ‘Vista: The Beginning’
Hulk (2014) #6
Original Sin (2014) #3 (2nd Printing) – ‘Trust No One, Not Even Yourself’
Original Sin (2014) #8 – ‘The One Who Watches’
Original SIn [GER] (2014) #1 – ‘Sündenfall’
Savage Hulk (2014) #4 – ‘The Man Within Part Four of Four’

December 2014:
Avengers (2013) #37 – ‘Archangel’
Avengers & X-Men: AXIS (2014) #1 – ‘Book One: The Red Supremacy – Chapter 1: We Will All Be Dead Tomorrow’
Avengers & X-Men: AXIS (2014) #2 – ‘Book One: The Red Supremacy – Chapter 2: Theme to a Desperate Scene’
Avengers & X-Men: AXIS (2014) #3 – ‘Book One: The Red Supremacy – Chapter 3: Good News for Bad People’
Avengers World (2014) #14
Black Widow (2014) #11 – ‘Femmes Fatales’
Captain America (2013) #25
Hulk (2014) #7
New Avengers (2013) #25 – ‘What Happened When the World Woke Up’
Savage Hulk (2014) #5 – ‘Down the Crossroads – Part One’
Thanos Vs. Hulk (2014) #1 – ‘Part One Of Four’

Annual 2014:
Avengers (2013) Annual 01 – ‘It’s the Most Loneliest Time of the Year!’

January 2015:
Avengers & X-Men: AXIS (2014) #4 – ‘Book Two: Inversion – Chapter 1: Altered Beast’
Deadpool’s Art of War (2014) #2
Hulk (2014) #8 – ‘The Ω Hulk Chapter Four’
Magneto (2014) #12
Savage Hulk (2014) #6 – ‘Down to the Crossroads – Part Two’

February 2015:
Amazing X-Men (2014) #14 – ‘The Worst of Us’
Avengers (2013) #39 – ‘You Can’t Win: Part I’
Deadpool’s Art of War (2014) #3
Fantastic Four (2014) #14 – ‘Back in Blue’
Hulk (2014) #9 – ‘The Ω Hulk: Chapter Five’
Magneto (2014) #13
New Avengers (2013) #28 – ‘You Can’t Win Part II’

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