Appearing in "A Titan in Torment"

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Synopsis for "A Titan in Torment"

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  • Marvel Adventures' first issue debuted a month after the final issues of Adventures of Spider-Man and Adventures of the X-Men were released. This, combined with the cover's blurb of "All-New Titanic Tales in the Animated Style!" and the fact that Ralph Macchio (who wrote the final issue of Adventures of the X-Men) was the writer for Marvel Adventures, makes it possible this was a spiritual follow-up to the Adventures series, which were adaptations of X-Men: The Animated Series and Spider-Man: The Animated Series at first, then went off in their own direction.
  • The first five issues of Marvel Adventures form a storyarc that has some callbacks to the prior Adventures series. For example, in this issue, it's public knowledge that Bruce Banner changes into the Hulk, which was the case in Adventures of the X-Men #1.

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