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Appearing in "Sid's Story"

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Synopsis for "Sid's Story"

The Captain encounters Sidney Crumb, a man whose luck changed for the worse when he met The Fury...

Appearing in "Suicide Gambit"

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Synopsis for "Suicide Gambit"

The first offensive against the Daleks ends in tragedy for Daak.

Appearing in "Retribution"

Reprint of the 1st story from
Hulk Comic (UK) #4
(originally printed as The Incredible Hulk)

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  • Jimmy Cobb

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  • Lieutenant Queeg

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  • Hiram J. Cobb

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Synopsis for "Retribution"

Reprint of the 1st story from
Hulk Comic (UK) #4
(originally printed as The Incredible Hulk)

Bruce Banner has gotten a job as a cook aboard a cruise ship that travels along the Florida coast. Allowed to take his break, he finds a young boy hanging out in the crew area. He learns that the child is Jimmy Cobb the son of a wealthy businessman. Jimmy has come down into this area to read by himself because he has no interest in playing with the other children. Soon Cobb's father arrives with Lieutenant Queeg who are searching for the boy. With the child ruined with his father, Queeg tells Bruce that he is not to talk to the passengers. Banner dismisses this merely as Queeg, another new employee like himself, trying to make a name for himself.

However, later that evening, Banner overhears Queeg and some other crew men plotting to kidnap Jimmy and hold him for ransom and that a helicopter is arriving shorlty to remove the child from the boat. Banner is caught by some of Queeg's minions and they toss him overboard to drown. Panicked, Banner transforms into the Hulk, who swims up to the surface and boards the boat.

The Hulk then goes on a rampage on the ship until he sees the helicopter taking off with Jimmy. Jumping up to the aircraft, the Hulk grabs the boy and smashes the chopper. The Hulk returns the boy to the ship where he tells his story while the captain recovers Queeg and his conspirators from the ocean.

Appearing in "Mission Improbable"

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Synopsis for "Mission Improbable"

The Warriors succeed in destroying Warworld.

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  • Paragon of Painthorpe Street concludes in this issue.
  • Night Raven is reprinted from Hulk Comic (UK) Vol 1 4
  • Abslom Daak is a reprint from Doctor Who Weekly

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