List of Incredible Hulk (1996 TV Series) Episodes

The following list reflects the correct viewing order of the The Incredible Hulk: The Animated Series episodes, according to the official site of Marvel.

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... # Title Director(s) Writer(s) Original Airdate(s) 24 "Hulk Buster" Bob Arkwright Dan Thompson Francis Moss, Ted Pederson, Greg Johnson February 10, 1996 (1996-02-10) One of the Mandarin's missing rings is in the desert, where it adversely reacts to solar energy, creating rifts in time, one of which snares Julia, who disappears ... Iron Man recovers the ring with Dr ...

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