Appearing in "The Incredible Hulk"
- Clem Foster
- Sheriff Parker
- Forest Rangers
- Beaver Mountain
- Passing Cloud's Flute
Synopsis for "The Incredible Hulk"
The Hulk has been attacked by the mythical Susquatch which was summoned by the Native American known as Passing Cloud's flute music. The two battle it out, but eventually the music from the Native American sooths the two behemoths into a more docile state.
Meanwhile, in the town below, hunter Clem Foster gets to a pay phone to call in his encounter with the Hulk, although he mistakes the gamma-spawned monster for the legendary Bigfoot. The sheriff listens to Clem's story and then puts in a call to the Forest Rangers who decide to investigate the bizarre claims by taking up a helicopter to scan the area. Meanwhile, Clem tells his story around town to anyone who will listen. Many of the local hunters begin to believe in Clem's story when he begins loading up on shells and they all agree to form a hunting party to find "Bigfoot".
Back on the mountain, Passing Cloud explains to the Hulk that he and the Susquatch are the last of their kind and that the pair work together to survive. Hearing this, the Hulk decides that the two are much like himself and vows to stand by them and protect them from whatever danger may come. No sooner does the Hulk say this does the Forest Ranger helicopter being a sweep of the area.
Appearing in "The Black Knight"
Races and Species:
- A Forest
- Elven Village
Synopsis for "The Black Knight"
With their battle against the Iron Ogre over, the Black Knight once more laments the destruction of his Ebony Blade. However, the Walker orders him to gather up the broken fragments as he believes that the sword can be restored to its formal glory at some time in the future. This does little to appease the Knight who angrily wonders what he will use to defend himself against the forces of Mordred until then. Moondog speaks up, telling his allies that until such a time that they can gain new weapons he will bend his bow in their favor. Meanwhile, Captain Britain examines the smoldering corpse of the Iron Ogre and demands answers. The Walker explains that he is not the only of his kind, that some of the other Walkers have been enticed by the Dark Gods and it is them that have sent these foes against them. With their current location no longer safe, the three heroes follow Moondog's lead to find a safe location.
Meanwhile, a horde of Goblins led by the ruthless Groglin hunt for the heroes for their masters. When one of his scouts reports something coming their way, Groglin orders his men to hide in the bushes. Soon they witness the Walker's faithful wolf, Lupe, following his masters scent. The creatures decide to follow the wolf as it will lead them to their prey faster than their current hunt. Soon enough, Lupe finds that scene of the heroes battle with the Iron Ogre and continues on his search.
At that moment, Moondog has led his companions to a nearby Elf village. There both the Black Knight and Captain Britian learn that the Walker is known by the Elves as King Vortigen and are surprised when they bow before him.
Appearing in "Ant-Man"
Synopsis for "Ant-Man"
Appearing in "Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D."
Synopsis for "Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D."
Having located Sept's base in the Sahara Desert, Nick Fury orders Dum Dum, Valentina and the trader Nasar al Din into the open hatch so they can escape from strafing VTOL jets. As they enter the facility, they are watch by Sept's field leader Abdul Kazir who orders his men to attack the S.H.I.E.L.D. agents.
As the S.H.I.E.L.D. agents attempt to flee the attacking armies, Abdult separates Fury from the others. While Dum Dum, Valentina and Nasar are knocked out by gas, Fury is dropped through a trap floor into a cell. There Abdul informs Fury that he must travel through his Labyrinth of Death. When Fury suggests refusing to do so, Kazir raises a wall revealing a number of automatic weapons that will go off if he refuses to comply.
Appearing in "The Eternals"
Synopsis for "The Eternals"
Appearing in "Night Raven"
- Hotel thieves
- Police Officer
- Hotel Riviera
Synopsis for "Night Raven"
The Night Raven interrupts a robbery of at the Hotel Riviera, all the while Sentinel reporter Scoops Daly watches the action unfold. As he had been assigned to cover the Night Ravne for the paper, the reporter excitingly snaps a photograph. However, the flash of his camera temporarily blinds the masked vigilante, allowing the crooks to knock the wind out of him.
Seeking an escape, the crooks then take Scoop hostage to keep the Night Raven at bay and then steal a car. They foce Daly to drive, even though he has never driven a car in his life. At first, he accidentally backs into another car but soon speeds off. As the driver checks his vehicle for damage, Night Raven steals his car and pursues the crooks.
The situation becomes even more hairy, as the fleeing car attracts the attention of a motorcycle cop who gives chase as well. The officer orders Scoop to pull over, but the crooks remind him that if he doesn't follow their orders they will shoot him in the head.
The Black Knight
- Although the Ebony Blade was shattered last issue, it is eventually repaired in Hulk Comic (UK) #60.
Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
- Dum Dum Dugan's appearance here is complicated as he's not in the flesh. He was mortally wounded decades ago as revealed in Original Sins #5. He has since been operating in sophisticated LMD bodies as revealed in New Avengers (Vol. 4) #17.
- First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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