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After he was caught by the military, Bruce Banner was jailed here and kept drugged so as to prevent him from transforming into the Hulk. In spite of the protests made by Betty Ross, General Ross and Major Talbot decided to escort him to the JFK Airport in order to confine him to a high-security prison[1].

The Jester was incarcered in Sing Sing until his release.[2]

Sing Sing housed death-row inmate, Big Ben Donovan whose case was taken up by Dakota North and Matt Murdock who felt he might be innocent.[3]

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  1. Incredible Hulk #104
  2. Seen leaving prison in Daredevil Vol 2 #20; he identifies the prison as Sing Sing in #21
  3. Daredevil Vol 2 #107

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