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Poppup - Secondary Races - S
... First seen in The Incredible Hulk #111 (January 1969) ... First appeared in Incredible Hulk Vol ... First seen in The Incredible Hulk #230 (December 1978) ...
List Of Science Fiction TV And Radio Shows Produced In Canada - Telefilms
... The Incredible Hulk Returns (1988) The Trial of the Incredible Hulk (1989) Bionic Showdown The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman (1989) The Death of the Incredible Hulk(1990) It (19 ...
List Of Video Games Based On Comics - H
... Seeker (PlayStation) Hellboy The Science of Evil (PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PSP) Hulk Questprobe featuring The Hulk (Commodore 64/128, Apple II, Amstrad CPC, 8-bit ZX Spectrum, BBC Micro, Acorn Electron, PC) The ...
List Of The Incredible Hulk Episodes
... The following is a list of The Incredible Hulk episodes ... The Incredible Hulk follows the story of David Banner (played by Bill Bixby), a physician/scientist who, traumatized by the loss of his wife, douses himself with dangerously high levels of gamma radiation ... He metamorphosizes into a giant, green hulk (Lou Ferrigno) whenever he becomes angry ...
1973 In Comics - Initial Appearances By Character Name - Marvel Comics
... Screamer, in Daredevil #100 (June) Bi-Beast, in Hulk #169 (November) Blade, in The Tomb of Dracula #10 (July) Lucas Brand, in The Tomb of Dracula #9 (June) Brother Voodoo, in Strange Tales #169 (September) Drax the. 19 (December) The Hydro-Men, in Sub-Mariner #61 (May) The Infra-Worlders, in The Incredible Hulk #164 (June) Solomon Kane, in Monsters Unleashed #1 (Aug ...

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    To anybody who can hold the Present at its worth without being inappreciative of the Past, it may be forgiven, if to such an one the solitary old hulk at Portsmouth, Nelson’s Victory, seems to float there, not alone as the decaying monument of a fame incorruptible, but also as a poetic approach, softened by its picturesqueness, to the Monitors and yet mightier hulls of the European ironclads.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)

    Ladies and gentlemen, I have a grave announcement to make. Incredible as it may seem, strange beings who landed in New Jersey tonight are the vanguard of an invading army from Mars.
    Orson Welles (1915–1984)