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Appearing in "The Incredible Hulk"

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Synopsis for "The Incredible Hulk"

The Hulk has convinced the First Ones created by Dr. Scarabeus to revolt against their master. As the creatures run amok in his lab, Scarabeus and his minions Felix and Fangor flee outside. When the monsters follow them outside, the Doctor orders Felix and Fangor to shoot them. However, the two Anti-Men consider the First Ones to be brothers and refuses to kill them.

Diserted, Scarabeus flees into the jungle where he crosses paths with his daughter. As he tries to cross over a log that is standing over water, he tells Tisha to get out of his way, reminding her that he cannot swim. The Hulk arrives and hearing this, tosses Scarabeus into the ocean where he threatens to drown him. Instead, the Hulk leaves the mad doctor on a small island where he could potentially be rescued.

The Hulk then swims back to the main island where he reverts back into Bruce Banner. Banner runs into Tisha just as her father's lab explodes. When Banner asks how they are going to get off the island, Tisha leads him to a helicopter.

Appearing in "Captain Britain"

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  • Various unnamed Elves

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Synopsis for "Captain Britain"

Captain Britain has been brought to the island by a company of Elves, the gateway to Otherworld and Merlyn. When they arrive, the Captain spots some figures standing on a nearby hilltop. One of the Elves tells him that they are figures from the Neitherworld that border the portal to Otherworld and to pay them no mind as they intend to put fear and doubt into the minds of those who quest here.

However, they are soon visited by the Doomwraiths who warn Captain Britain that death surrounds him. They warn him to turn back before disappearing. But despite this warning the Captain and the Elves push onward. They arrive at the portal to Otherworld and find the gate locked. However examining the structure they find runes on it that match that of Captain Britain's Star Sceptre and he quickly discovers that it works as a key to open the portal to Otherworld.

However, as soon as they open the portal a massive wing blows outward forcing to push them out. Suddenly, from within the portal comes the White Rider, the agent of the Doomwraiths and the embodiment of Death. The White Rider vows to slay Captain Britain where he stands.

Appearing in "Ant-Man"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Tales to Astonish #44.



Synopsis for "Ant-Man"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Tales to Astonish #44.



Appearing in "Night Raven"

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  • Chinatown

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Synopsis for "Night Raven"

On the roof of the car of Yi Yang, leader of the Dragon Tong, the Night Raven holds on for dear life. With the car increasing in speed, Night Raven jumps up and grabs onto a lamp post to get off the vehicle.

Inside, Yi Yang tells her driver to stop but he loses control of the car and crashes into a brick wall. The masked vigilante goes to check on the wreck and only finds the driver inside. Yi Yang bailed out at the last minute and begins shooting at him. The Night Raven dodges the shots and flees into a dark alley.

When Yi Yang follows after him, the Night Raven ambushes her. The two fight it out, but her fury and determination put the vigilante at a disadvantage. When Yi pulls out a knife the two begin to struggle, but the woman's strength is far more superior.

In a final ditch effort, the Night Raven places his hand on the woman's brow burning his brand into her forehead. This shocks the woman backward and giving up on her battle, Yi Yang vows that while she dies, a hundred more will take her place. With that said, Yi Yang plunges her dagger into her heart. With his foe dead, the Night Raven leaves his trademark note behind.

Appearing in "The Eternals"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #8.



Synopsis for "The Eternals"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #8.



Appearing in "What If Rick Jones Became the Hulk? Part One: Out of the Holocaust a Hero!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
What If? #12.



Synopsis for "What If Rick Jones Became the Hulk? Part One: Out of the Holocaust a Hero!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
What If? #12.



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Night Raven

  • Although Yi Yang seemingly dies here, it is revealed in Marvel Super-Heroes (UK) #390 that she is immortal and survives to plague Night Raven again.

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