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Appearing in "This Man, That Monster"

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Synopsis for "This Man, That Monster"

Thinker, in disguise, has tricked Bruce Banner into coming to his lab to drain away his gamma energy with the promise of getting his normal life back. The Avengers show up to stop him, but Thinker turns the tables by redistributing the Hulk's power into Captain America, who can't handle the transformation and goes berserk. Banner punches Thinker out while he's not paying attention, and then takes the risk facing his own monster, luring Cap-Hulk back to the gamma-draining device and using Cap's shield to throw at the controls. After putting the power of the Hulk back where it belongs, Banner accepts that he can still have time to work as a scientist while his alter-ego does good with the Avengers.

Appearing in "Rise of the Locust"

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  • Locust

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Synopsis for "Rise of the Locust"

Nick Fury and S.H.I.E.L.D. head out to a Missouri farm to see if the science division can combat an artificial blight with the use of an experimental sonic agitator. When a swarm of mutant locusts attack, Fury tracks them to their source, a mad scientist wearing a variation of Ant-Man's helmet to control the insects. Modifying the sonic agitator to attack a frequency locusts can hear, Fury and his agents incapacitate the villain.

Appearing in "Hulk Moon"

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Synopsis for "Hulk Moon"

The Watcher's vow of non-interference is put to the test when the Hulks arrive and make a mess of his home.

Solicit Synopsis

• Earth’s Mightiest Heroes leap off of Disney XD and into your hands!

• When Captain America hulks out, only mild-mannered Bruce Banner can save the day!

• Then, Loki and Thor go to war – and the Avengers show the Norse God of Evil what it means to be a brother!

Notes

  • First story takes place after the series finale, as Hulk and Vision were never on the team together prior to that.
  • Second story takes place some time after Fury returns to duty following his last appearance in "Winter Soldier", when he was stil working apart from S.H.I.E.L.D.
  • The Mini-Hulks comic seems to follow from the one that appeared in the previous issue.
  • Last issue of the series to contain original stories. The remaining six issues will adapt the first six Season 2 episodes with screenshots from the show.

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