He still looks like Frankenstein, and this still has a very “horror” feel to it.

This issues starts with Hulk emerging from a swamp and the locals running in terror.  And who can blame them?

I like Hulk this way.  I also recognize that a series with this type of hero couldn’t go on for very long, so I get why he had to change.  But I do like this.

At this time, Bruce Banner transformed to Hulk at night.  So by day, he and Rick Jones try to build a bunker so Hulk will be trapped.  But before they can finish, they’re interrupted by space alien Toad Men.


Hulk becomes green (not grey) and fights the Toad Men.

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