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    Appearing in "The Gladiator from Outer Space!"Edit

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  • First and only appearance of Boris Monguski. He is not to be confused with Mongu, a foe of the Avengers.
  • First appearance of Banner's private laboratory inside the sanctuary cave.
  • This issue establishes that Rick Jones is sixteen-years-old at the time of publication.
  • Includes a flashback of the Gamma Bomb explosion from issue #1.
  • First appearance of the Hulk Robot. The robot that appears in this issue is but one of several different models that will appear over the years. This particular model was developed by the United States military and is a non-functioning crude facsimile of the Hulk.
  • Rick's mental control over the Hulk was established last issue.


TriviaEdit

  • This is the first issue where the Hulk uses a super-clap to generate a sonic wave to repel adversaries.
  • First issue where Hulk maintains Bruce Banner's intellect. While in this form of the Hulk his personality is slightly more brutish than Banner's usual demeanor, this foreshadows future incarnations of the Hulk such as "Professor Hulk" or "Joe Fixit".
  • This is the first time that the Hulk is attacked by soldiers with sonic cannons. In the 2008 Incredible Hulk feature film, the U.S. Army attempt a similar tactic which yields similar results.



See Also



Review of First Story: [Hulk: The Hero [1] Review of Second Story:[2]

  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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