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Hulk : the incredible guide
DeFalco, Tom.
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First American edition.
Publication Information:
New York : DK Pub., [2003]

Physical Description:
127 pages : color illustrations ; 31 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Bruce Banner -- Origin of the Hulk -- Hulk's powers -- Rick Jones -- Hulk friends -- Betty Ross -- The other women -- General Ross -- Colonel Glenn Talbot -- Hulk hunters -- Hulk in the 1960s -- The Ringmaster -- Tyrannus -- The Avengers -- Friendly fire -- The Leader -- Boomerang -- Qnax -- The Abomination -- The Rhino -- The Sandman -- The Missing Link -- The Glob -- The Hulk in the 1970s -- The Defenders -- Xemnu -- The Gremlin -- Jarella -- Doctor Samson -- The Absorbing Man -- The Juggernaut -- The Shaper Of Worlds -- Wendigo -- Bi-Beast -- Zzzax -- She-Hulk -- Sasquatch -- Moonstone -- Hulk in the 1980s -- The U-Foes -- The Soviet Super-Soldiers -- Sabra -- The Crossroads -- Separated Hulk -- Rick Jones Hulk -- Rock and Redeemer -- Joe Fixit -- Hulk in the 1990s -- The Pantheon -- Madman -- The Riot Squad -- Mercy -- Speedfreak -- Maestro -- Truama -- Armageddon -- Piecemeal -- Ravage -- The death of Betty Banner -- Hulk in 2000s -- General Ryker -- Jink Slater -- Sandra Verdugo -- Lt. Sally Riker -- Agent Pratt -- Hulk in 2099 -- Devil Hulk -- The Ultimates -- The end of the Hulk -- Hulk around the world.
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Capturing the legend of this amazing Marvel Comics superhero, Hulk: The Incredible Guide traces the Hulk's 40 year career, with special emphasis on the latest developments and characters. Each chapter deals with a different decade of the Hulk's story, from the original comic book to the long-running 1970's television series, as well as focusing on the upcoming feature film. Discover the secret of the Hulk's superhuman powers, the terrifying multiple personalities that manifest from deep within Bruce Banner's tormented psyche, and much more.

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School Library Journal Review

Gr 5 Up-A guide to the comic-book universe surrounding the big green guy. While the book focuses on a number of characters, including the many villains in the Hulk world, it also covers in less detail the history and origin of his character and various incarnations in the comics. The book is designed for browsing and maximum visual interest. The illustrations all come from the DC comics and include a few spreads of particularly spectacular images of the Hulk enraged. At times the text reads like an afterthought. A constant reminder that this is really little more than a piece of a much larger marketing scheme is the large number of characters with the ubiquitous symbol following their names.-Tim Wadham, Maricopa County Library District, Phoenix, AZ (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.