(Fictional character)
Marvel Comics
(Media and Entertainment)
Captain America
(Fictional character)
Bob Dylan
Herb Trimpe
Bill Bixby
(Movies & TV)

See also

Hulk (comics)

Knowledge Identifier: $Hulk_(comics)


Hulk (comics)

Fictional character, a comic book superhero appearing in publications by Marvel Comics add

Category: Movies & TV (150)

Launched in 1962.

Countries: United States (78%), (17%), Argentina (4%)

Main connections: Spider-Man, Marvel Comics, Earth

Linked to: Marvel Comics, The Incredible Hercules, The Incredible Hulk




This timeline needs to be reviewed and corrected, as it has been automatically generated from multiple web sources.
Please help improve it by adding dated informations, images and videos about Hulk (comics).


Prior to the debut of the Hulk in May 1962, Marvel had earlier monster characters that used the name "Hulk", but had no direct relation add something


In "Comic Book Nation", Bradford Wright alludes to Hulk's counterculture status, referring to a 1965 "Esquire" magazine poll amongst college students which "revealed that student radicals ranked Spider-Man and the Hulk alongside the likes of Bob Dylan and Che Guevara as their favorite revolutionary icons add something


In the 1970s, Hulk was shown as more prone to anger and rage, and less talkative add something


In the first "Hulk" comic series, "massive" doses of gamma rays would cause the Hulk to transform back to Banner, although this ability was written out of the character by the 1970s add something


The Hulk has been depicted in various other media, most notably with Bill Bixby in a live-action, 1970s/1980s television series add something


Two of these are "The Ballad of the Hulk" by Jerry Jeff Walker, and the "Rolling Stone" cover for September 30, 1971, a full color Herb Trimpe piece commissioned for the magazine add something


An exception is the early trade paperback, "Origins of Marvel Comics", from 1974, which explains the difficulties in keeping the grey color consistent in a Stan Lee written prologue, and reprints the origin story keeping the grey coloration add something


In 1977, Marvel launched a second title, "The Rampaging Hulk", a black-and-white comics magazine add something


His tenure with the organization brought Hulk into conflict with a tyrannical alternate future version of himself called the Maestro in the 1993 "Future Imperfect" miniseries, who rules over a world where many heroes are dead add something


Also in 1998, Marvel relaunched "The Rampaging Hulk" as a standard comic book rather than as a comics magazine add something


In 1998, David killed off Banner's long-time love Betty Ross add something


In 2000, Banner and the three Hulks become able to mentally interact with one another, each personality taking over the shared body add something


In 2003, "Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine" claimed the character had "stood the test of time as a genuine icon of American pop culture add something


The 2003 Ang Lee directed "Hulk" film saw discussion of the character's appeal to Asian Americans add something


In 2005, it is revealed that the supernatural character Nightmare has manipulated the Hulk for years, and it is implied that some or all of the Hulk's adventures written by Bruce Jones may have been just illusion add something


In 2006, the Illuminati decide the Hulk is too dangerous to remain on Earth and send him away by rocket ship which crashes on Planet Sakaar ushering in the "Planet Hulk" storyline that saw Hulk find allies in the Warbound, and marry alien queen Caiera, a relationship that was later revealed to have bore him two sons: Skaar and Hiro-Kala add something


For example, in a 2008 "Daily Mirror" review of an "EastEnders" episode, a character is described as going "into Incredible Hulk mode, smashing up his flat add something


In 2008, "Wizard" magazine named the Hulk as the seventh-greatest Marvel Comics character add something


In September 2009, "The Incredible Hulk" was relaunched as "The Incredible Hulk" vol add something


In the 2010s Hiro-Kala traveled to Earth to destroy the OldStrong Power wielded by Skaar, forcing Skaar and the Hulk to defeat and imprison him within his home planet add something


In 2011 Hulk placed 9th on IGN's Top 100 Comic Book Heroes add something


" Waco, Texas: Baylor University Press, 2011 add something


Lego Marvel Super Heroes - Voice actors James Arnold Taylor, Fred Tatasciore, Maurice LaMarch 2013 e, Dee Bradley Baker, Steven Blum, Nolan North, Roger Craig Smith, Travis Willingham, Troy Baker, John Eric Bentley, Laura Bailey, Danielle Nicolet, Adrian Pasdar, Phil LaMarr and Dave Boat will reprise their roles as Spider-Man, The Hulk, Doctor Doom, Sandman, Mr. Fantastic, Wolverine, Deadpool, Captain America, Human Torch, Thor, Loki, Nick Fury, Black Widow, Storm, Iron Man, War Machine and the Thing respectively


This series was replaced in 2014 with "The Hulk" by Waid and artist Mark Bagley add something


During the "Secret Wars" storyline, Hulk's Doc Green form took part in the incursion between Earth-616 and Earth-1610 add something


During the 2016 "Civil War II" storyline, the vision of the Inhuman Ulysses shows a rampaging Hulk standing over the corpses of the superheroes add something


During the 2017 "Secret Empire" storyline, Arnim Zola used an unknown method to temporary revive Bruce Banner where the Hydra Supreme version of Captain America persuades his Hulk side to attack the Underground's hideout called the Vault add something