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Appearing in "The Incredible Hulk"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Jody

Antagonists:

  • Leroy
  • Billy

Other Characters:


Locations:

  • Retribution

Items:


Vehicles:

  • Leroy's car the "Wild Cat"
  • Jody's Taxi

Synopsis for "The Incredible Hulk"

Bruce Banner arrives in the town of Retribution where he takes a cab from a woman named Jody to find some lodging for the night. The two get to talking, and Banner explains that he has come to the area to find a scientist that can possibly cure his "multiple personalities". Along the way, they witness a hot rodder named Leroy out racing his car, the Wild-Cat.

The street racer forces the cab off the road causing it to crash. Banner is uninjured but Jody is seriously harmed. Losing control, Banner then transforms into the Hulk. The Hulk then pulls Jody from the wreck before the cab explodes. The Hulk then tracks down Leroy who is about to street race with another hot rodder named Billy. He then grabs the bumpers of their cars to stop them from speeding off.

The Hulk then smashes their rides and orders the two men to take Jody to the hospital. Several days later, Banner visits Jody in the hospital and learns that she is expected to have a full recovery. Since is time for him to move on, Banner says his goodbyes. When Billy offers Banner a ride out of town, he declines telling the man that he would prefer to walk.

Appearing in "Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D."

Featured Characters

Supporting Characters

Antagonists

Other Characters:

  • Spence

Vehicles:

Synopsis for "Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D."

After a failed attempt to destroy the helicarrier, S.H.I.E.L.D. director Nick Fury is using all of the resources available to find out who is responsible. When they find evidence that the origin of the attack might come from Cairo, Fury declines to investigate that lead until he has a clearer idea of what is going on.

He then goes to Gaffer who is continuing his investigation on who sabotaged a training session. Suddenly there is a security alert, records officer Spence comes charging in claiming someone is trying to kill him. It turns out it is Carlysle Pallis who claims that Spence is the traitor. After Pallis gives his evidence, Fury believes it at first and when Carlysle asks if Fury is planning on going to Cairo, Fury still refuses to go, telling him to have the branch office there investigate that lead.

Nick then checks in with Dum Dum Dugan to learn what is going on in the world. He learns of a guerilla uprising in San Miguele. Fury orders more men be sent there to monitor the situation. When they start discussing Carlysle's accusations they think out the situation and realize that Pallis could have easily doctored the evidence and is most likely the real traitor in their midst. When Fury goes to confront Carlysle, the double agent begins shooting at Fury. The director follows the traitor up onto the upper deck of the helicarrier and in the heat of the battle, Pallis is knocked overboard when a ship catipult is triggered. As Carlysle falls to his ultimate demise, Fury is angry that even though they stopped the traitor, they are no closer to solving the mystery of who is attacking them.

Appearing in "Contact!"

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Synopsis for "Contact!"

A man named Howard makes contact with aliens in the hope of being becoming the most famous man on Earth. When the aliens land on Earth, Howard learns to his absolute horror that these beings are massive in size. Unaware that Howard is smaller in size, the aliens accidentally step on his house destroying it. The confused aliens are disappointed that they cannot find Howard and decide to leave Earth.

Appearing in "Man in the Ant-Hill"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Tales to Astonish #27.



Synopsis for "Man in the Ant-Hill"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Tales to Astonish #27.



Appearing in "Night Raven"

Featured Characters

Supporting Characters:

  • Police

Antagonists:

Locations:

  • Unnamed City

Synopsis for "Night Raven"

Madman McHooey has been terrorizing the city for three days and the police are in the middle of an armed stand-off with the criminal.

As shots are exchanged, a supposed blind man walks by and slips past the police cordon, narrowly avoiding a hail of bullets. Spotting the "blind man" an officer runs after him, but when he enters the lobby of the apartment building, the blind man is gone. In reality, it is the vigilante known as the Night Raven. Having doffed his disguise, the masked man takes the elevator to the floor where McHooey is holed up.

Using his blindman's walking stick, Night Raven distracts McHooey with his tapping. Making it sound like he has walked by, Night Raven waits at the door while McHooey goes out to check. The masked hero easily disarms the crook and brands him. He then sends McHooey down an elevator with a note pinned to him reading "Where Brooding Darkness Spreads its Wings the Night-Raven Stings!" The Night Raven exits out the back door, tossing away his walking stick as he goes. Passing a real blind man, the masked vigilante tosses a coin into his collection cup.

Appearing in "Chaos in Canada!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Incredible Hulk #161.



Synopsis for "Chaos in Canada!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Incredible Hulk #161.



Notes

Continuity Notes

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.

Publication Notes

  • A free set of six Hulk stickers (for the sticker album given away in the previous issue) is taped to the front cover of this issue.

See Also

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