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Quote1 Doc Banner's fury just happens to have become a separate being. And neither of them has any say in the matter. That's why I want to tell their story. Quote2
-- Fred Sloan

Appearing in "A Mighty Raging Fury!"Edit

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Previous Hulk Next(Flashback and main story)

Adversaries:

Other Characters:

  • General Ross (Appears in flashback and main story)
  • Jim Wilson (Appears in flashback and main story)
  • Kropotkin the Great (Appears in flashback and main story)
  • Captain Dave Anderson (a retired soldier)
  • Christine (Fred Sloan's publicist)
  • Maria (a Hulk encounteree)
  • Ray Moran (a Hulk encounteree)

Locations:

  • New Mexico (Appears in flashback and main story)

Items:

  • Gamma Bomb (Appears in flashback and main story)
  • Hulk Robot (Appears in flashback and main story)

Vehicles:



Synopsis for "A Mighty Raging Fury!"Edit

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    Appearing in "The Evil That Is Cast..."Edit

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Adversaries:

Other Characters:

  • Stephen Lang (Appears in flashback and main story)
  • Charles P. Irwin (a news correspondent) (Single appearance)[1]
  • Teresa "Terri" Sue Bottoms (Bobby Drake's girlfriend) (Single appearance)[1]

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Synopsis for "The Evil That Is Cast..."Edit

Although Bruce Banner may have voluntarily turned himself in to the authorities at Gamma Base, the Hulk has no such predilection for staying. Doc Samson tries to keep him from leaving, but the Hulk literally pounds him into the ground until his young friend Jim Wilson manages to calm him down.

Meanwhile, Bobby Drake, aka Iceman, brings his girlfriend, Terri Sue Bottoms to the Rocky Mountains chalet of his friend and teammate, the Avenging Angel, Warren Worthington III. As the friends are relaxing by the pool, they find themselves suddenly attacked by a disguised Master Mold. Master Mold captures Iceman, while the Angel flies off hoping to lure him away from Terri and his own girlfriend, Candy Southern.

Master Mold flies after him and before long, they reach the airspace over top of Gamma Base. The klaxon sounds and Doc Samson runs out to face Master Mold. Master Mold quickly dispatches Doc Samson by slamming him into the side of one of the buildings, disrupting a formerly resting Hulk. The Hulk rampages outside just as Master Mold captures Angel. The giant robotic Sentinel then flies off, but the Hulk leaps onto him and piggybacks on Master Mold's foot.

Master Mold finally reaches his space station planetoid where he places Angel, Iceman and the Hulk into special tubes designed to dampen mutant powers. As the Hulk is not a mutant, he easily breaks free and releases the other two. The Hulk follows Master Mold back to his command center and lays into him. Master Mold tries to keep the Hulk at bay with a million volts of electricity, but this only stuns the Hulk momentarily who then proceeds to tear Master Mold into pieces. Afterwards, the three heroes get into an escape pod and return to Earth.

NotesEdit

  • Includes a recap of the Hulk's origin from Incredible Hulk #1. Although Captain Dave Anderson claims to have been present during the Gamma Bomb test that first turned Banner into the Hulk, no such character existed at the time of publication and Anderson's insertion into the historical record is a result of retroactive continuity.


TriviaEdit

  • The title of the draft of the book Sloan is working on is: "Hulk Encounter, A Survivor's Story."
  • Master Mold's personality is based off the memory engrams of Project: Armageddon architect Stephen Lang. As per this issue, Master Mold actually believes he is Stephen Lang.

See Also



  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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