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aircraft, located hidden Hulk base, hacked into Mister Fantastic's computer files, learned of Hulk's banishment by "Illuminati," discovered Hulk had not arrived at predetermined destination, quarreled with Mister Fantastic (Incredible Hulk #100, 2007); sent computer file to She-Hulk (She-Hulk #18, 2007) First Appearance: World War Hulk: Gamma Corps #1 (2007) Origin: World War Hulk: Gamma Corps #2 (2007) Significant Issues: Killed Flux (World War Hulk: Gamma Corps #1, 2007); origins revealed (World War Hulk: Gamma Corps #2, 2007) First Appearance: (Froma) Tales of Suspense #68 (1965); (Leader) Tales to Astonish #62 (1964); (Rhino) Amazing Spider-Man #41 (1966); (Abomination) Tales to Astonish #90 (1967); (Doc Samson) Incredible Hulk #141 (1971); (Morton Clegstead) Incredible Hulk #150 (1972); (Crawling Unknown) Incredible Hulk #151 (1972); (Harpy) Incredible Hulk #168 (1973); (Sh’mballah) Incredible Hulk: Stalker from the Stars (1978); (Hans Feldstadt, pictured) Hulk #13 (1979); (Hans Feldstadt, full) Hulk #14 (1979); (Sasquatch/Tanaraq) X-Men #120 (1979); (She-Hulk) Savage She-Hulk #1 (1980); Gammadroid (Captain America #257 (1981); (Rikky Keegan) Incredible Hulk Annual #11 (1982); (Gamma spores) Defenders #132 (1984); (Sirius) Incredible Hulk #294 (1984); (Max Stryker) Incredible Hulk #294 (1984); (Hubert St. the Incredible Hulk #0, 1995); Geiger aided Doc Samson vs Patchwork (Doc Samson #1-4, 1996); Headshop rescued Bruce Banner from army, watched as he battled Thor (Incredible Hulk #437-440, 1996); Amazon & Behemoth as part of Strike Force One, vs Heroes for Hire, defeated (Heroes for Hire #12, 1998); Bannermen defeated by Noh-Varr (Marvel Boy #2, 2000); dogs of war mutated, vs Hulk (Incredible Hulk #14, 2000); Edam & Gouda vs Punisher/Frank Castle during "Maximum Security" (Maximum Security #1, 2000); Flux vs Hulk, defeated by him (Incredible Hulk #17, 2000); examined by Doc Samson (Incredible Hulk #18, 2000); abused by Ryker (Incredible Hulk #19, 2000); vs Hulk & Samson, collapsed (Incredible Hulk #20, 2000); Lucy Ryker freed from tank, discovered husbands actions (Incredible Hulk #20, 2000); Kalkhimithians irradiated by Diablo, vs Avengers & Hulk, returned to normal (Avengers #38-40, 2001); Pratt abducted Banner, injected with Hulk blood, exploded, recaptured Banner then powerless d/t transfusion from Sandra Verdrugo, turned into powerful form, vs Banner, ultimately torn to pieces by Hulk (Incredible Hulk #40-43 & 45-49, 2002-2003); Kyle Hatcher received blood transfusion from Bruce Banner (Hulk/Wolverine #4, 2003); Digger reanimated by gamma bomb, arrived in New York attacking Forelli’s establishments, vs Spider-Man, died when Spider-Man forced him to expend all his gamma radiation (Amazing Spider-Man #51-54, 2003); Spinach created spray, vs Hulk (Double-Shot #1, 2003); Reality-5901 Outcasts studied at possible non-Earth-616 Gamma Base-type facility (Hulk: Destruction #1, 2005) First Appearance and Origin: Incredible Hulk #89 (2006) Significant Issues: Alleged circumstances of launch described (Incredible Hulk #89, 2006); approached by Hulk (Incredible Hulk #89, 2006); vs Hulk, physical form destroyed (Incredible Hulk #90-91, 2006); attempted to re-create self from fragments crashed in Savage Land, vs Fantastic Four in multiple bodies, seemingly destroyed by Fantastic Four (4 #29, 2006) First Appearance and Origin: Incredible Hulk #286 (1983) Significant Issues: Sent back in time to Earth-616, encountered Hulk, returned to original timeline, killed by competing soldiers (Incredible Hulk #286, 1983); buried by Hulk (Incredible Hulk #287, 1983) First Appearance and Origin: Incredible Hulk #145 (1971) Significant Issues: Returned to Earth, kidnapped Bruce Banner, unleashed Colossus, confronted Hulk, departed Earth (Incredible Hulk #145, 1971) First Appearance: (Banner, gray Hulk) Incredible Hulk #1 (1962), (green/savage Hulk) Incredible Hulk #2 (1962), (green, merged/Professor Hulk) Incredible Hulk #377 (1991) Origin: Incredible Hulk #1 (1962), Incredible Hulk #312 (1985), Incredible Hulk minus 1 (1997), Hulk #12 (2000) Significant Issues: Bruce Banner’s grandfather was French and fought in the trenches of World War I (Incredible Hulk #135, 1971); Rebecca Banner had difficult labor with Bruce, required caesarian section, Brian Banner immediately considered his child a monster, worried that his own years of atomic research had altered his genes and produced a freak (Incredible Hulk #312, 1985); When Bruce was several months old, his father felt bitterness for him and jealousy toward him, left him with a cruel nurse (Incredible Hulk #312 (1985); Toddler Bruce burned by radiator (Incredible Hulk #227, 1978); As a young child, Bruce Banner sneaked downstairs on Christmas morning to look at his presents early, found a construction set and began building, found by his father, who believed that his son was a freak for being able to build such intricate things at such a young age, yelled at and called a monster and freak by his father, watched his mother beaten (Incredible Hulk #312, 1985/#377, 1992); Young Bruce confronted by violent father, vowed to understand why things happened the way they did to better control dangerous things (Order #6, 2002); As a young child, mother tried to take him and flee from Brian; witnessed Rebecca murdered by his father after she and Bruce tried to leave him, left afraid of showing any emotions by the traumatic event (Incredible Hulk #377 /Incredible Hulk ’97, 1992/1997); Very young Bruce intimidated by Brian Banner into testifying that he never saw Brian Banner abuse Rebecca (Incredible Hulk #403, 1993); Brian Banner overhead gloating how he had browbeat Bruce into lying, arrested, swore vengeance on Bruce (Incredible Hulk minus 1, 1997); Brian Banner treated at Bellmore Psychiatric Institute in San Francisco, California (Incredible Hulk #77, 2005); Spent summers w/ cousin Jen Walters in Ohio, took her to Thompson’s Grocery to buy popsicles (Avengers Annual #13, 1984); w/ cousin Jen Walters, allegedly read every book in the Charlestown Public Library (Avengers #74, 2004); Bruce went to live with aunt Susan Elizabeth Banner in Modesto, California (Incredible Hulk #79, 2005); In high school, Banner proved an excellent student, was shy, anti-social, shunned by other students, had his chemistry experiment sabotaged, creating an explosion (Incredible Hulk #312, 1985) High school student Bruce berated by science teacher Mr. killed many Outcasts in bid to capture him (Incredible Hulk #329, 1987); Half-Life dismembered by Hulk (Incredible Hulk #334, 1987); Half-Life absorbed Hulk energy, released it & seemingly died (Incredible Hulk #342, 1988); Riot Squad empowered (Incredible Hulk #345, 1988); Riot Squad vs Hulk at Freehold while he was poisoned (Incredible Hulk #366, 1990); Riot Squad participated in assault on Mount, defended Freehold from Hydra, Soul Man Killed, Omnibus became new leader (Incredible Hulk #398-401, 1992); Omnibus attempted to start World War Three, cast out by rest of Riot Squad (Incredible Hulk #438-442, 1996); Jason & Cara encountered She-Hulk (She-Hulk #15-16 1989); X-Force aided by Cloak & Dagger, vs M Branch & Rogue (Mutant Misadventures of Cloak and Dagger #9-10, 1990); Abominatrix kidnapped Louise Mason, vs She-Hulk (Sensational She-Hulk #21-23, 1990-1991); Gamma-Burn vs Wonder Man, drained of powers by him (Wonder Man #3, 1991); Frost vs Hulk & Punisher in Las Vegas (Incredible Hulk #395-396, 1992); War Zone attacked & defeated by She-Hulk (Sensational She-Hulk #50, 1993); War Zone reactivated, dismembered by She-Hulk, gamma bomb neutralized by Zapper (Sensational She-Hulk #55-56, 1993); Eugene Wildeman mutated abducted teens, sought to experiment on visiting Earth-93060’s Prime/Kevin Green, mutated self into monstrous form, defeated by Prime & Hulk (Prime vs.
Geoffrey Crawford, who was his mentor and one of his favorite professors (Rampaging Hulk #2, 1998); Desert State classmates with Raoul Stoddard (Incredible Hulk #130, 1970); College roommates with Peter Corbeau, friends for years (Incredible Hulk #147, 1972); College roommates & friends with pre-law student Randy Cantor, often discussed philosophy (HULK #26, 1981); Classmates with Dr.
Rikky Keegan (Incredible Hulk Annual #11, 1982) Banner dated Sally Moore at Desert State (Incredible Hulk #226, 1978); Banner met classmate Susan Jacobson (Incredible Hulk #410, 1993); Banner dated Susan Jacobson (Incredible Hulk #377/410, 1991/1993); Banner became overly-aggressive with Susan Jacobson, terrifying her and driving her to break up with him (Incredible Hulk #410, 1993); Banner had fling with Monica "Nicky" Rappaccini (Incredible Hulk #85, 2005); Banner three-time college dart champion (Incredible Hulk Annual #19); Attended CIT, befriended and then dated Angela Lipscombe (Incredible Hulk #12, 2000); As a graduate student, attended class with Phil Sterns, who admired Banner from afar (Incredible Hulk #367, 1990); Banner obtained three doctorates (Defenders #5, 2005); Broke up with Angela over jealousy when she obtained a research grant while he was repeatedly turned down (Incredible Hulk #12, 2000); Banner revealed to have corresponded with Charles Xavier on the gamma ray treatment of exhaustion (X-Men #66, 1970); Wrote paper on particle physics (Incredible Hulk #413, 1994); Banner associated with nuclear physicist Ronald Jenkins (HULK #20, 1980); Banner was colleagues with Hector De Vasquez (Sensational She-Hulk #57, 1993); Met with Gen.
Ross to discuss Gamma Bomb, took in Brian Banner after his release from prison, attacked by Brian over Rebecca’s grave, fought back & killed Brian (Incredible Hulk #312/377/minus 1, 1985/1991/1997); Arrived at Desert Base under employment of the United States Military, met Betty Ross for the first time as he set up his lab, (Incredible Hulk #312, 1985) Ryker oversaw Banner’s work at Desert Base (Incredible Hulk #14, 2000); transformed into Hulk, vs.
soldiers, defeated Igor Drenkov (Incredible Hulk #1/Incredible Hulk Annual #17, 1962/1991); approached Betty’s house (Hulk: Gray#1, 2003); spoke with Betty, vs.
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