When the Incredible Hulk has to go, never let him use your bathroom
Sculpture made by South Korean Redditor TheMistah. Don’t ever let him use your facilities unless you want to pay for a entire bathroom overhaul.
Avengers street art
The Incredible Hulk #1 Trailer
Marvel Architect Jason Aaron joins forces with legendary artist Marc Silvestri to redefine the Hulk in an all new ongoing series. After the events of Fear Itself, the Hulk has gone into hiding, seemingly safe from a world that hates and fears him. But when government agents come knocking at his door, the Hulk has no choice but to return to war against the one man whose existence threatens the safety of every living creature on the Earth. The one man who’s existence could doom the Hulk himself. And that man is Bruce Banner. Now separated into two men, the Hulk and Banner exist worlds apart but one climactic battle will bring them face to face again—and leave the Marvel Universe shaking in its wake.
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The Incredible Hulk #279, January 1983, cover by Greg LaRoque
First episode of the classic Hulk animated segment that appeared on “Marvel Super Heroes” in 1966
Check out my review of the Incredible Hulk #1, the comic that started the career of the green goliath that inspired: