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Hulk (1978) - #10
"Thunder of Dawn"
Marvel


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  Colorist(s):
Janice Cohen

Editor(s):
David Anthony Kraft
Ralph Macchio
Jim Salicrup
Jim Shooter
Roger L. Stern
Roy Thomas
Dwight Jon Zimmerman

Cover Artist(s):
Val Mayerik
 

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Cover Date: August 1978
Cover Price: US $ 1.50

Issue Tagline: Exclusive! TV's Bill Bixby Talks!

Format: Color; Magazine; 64 pages

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Letters Column: Readers Rampage!

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Reprinted/Collected in:
Der Unglaubliche Hulk Comic-Album (1979) #4
Essential The Rampaging Hulk (2008) TPB vol. 01

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First full color issue of the magazine series.

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"The Year of the Hulk" - Edit this story

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Writer(s):
David Anthony Kraft

Penciller(s):
Marie Severin

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Synopsis:
Editorial

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"Thunder of Dawn" - Edit this story

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Writer(s):
Doug Moench

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Ron Wilson

Inker(s):
Ricardo Villamonte

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Janice Cohen

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James R. 'Jim' Novak

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Pondering the world's beauty and his own lack of it, the Hulk lands Bruce Banner near a remote mining site. Dawn Michaels helps Bruce to a job, where he discovers that Wolman mining is producing radioactive waste to sell to terrorists. He also finds that Dawn is an undercover reporter for the Daily Bugle looking to expose the operation. Gideon Wolman is determined to make his half million payday, and orders his assistant, Mr. Bennings, to get rid of Banner and eventually kill Dawn. Bennings traps Banner in a collapsed mine, but the Hulk escapes to find Dawn dying and is determined to get revenge. He follows Wolman to an offshore oil rig, where he destroys the rig, the waste, and the entire operation.

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"Bill Bixby Tells What It's Like to Play TV's Bruce Banner!" - Edit this story

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Synopsis:
An interview with Bill Bixby regarding the Incredible Hulk TV show.

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"Gallery of Villains" - Edit this story

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David Anthony Kraft

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Ron Wilson

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Bob Layton Sr.
Bob McLeod
Josef 'Joe' Rubinstein

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A collection of pinups featuring characters who the Hulk has encountered, featuring Hercules, the Chameleon, the Executioner, Bruce Banner's robot (from Tales to Astonish #60), and the Leader.

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Dwight Jon Zimmerman

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Ernesto "Ernie" Chan - 'Ernie Chua'

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Synopsis:
Looking for peace away from authorities chasing him, Hulk befriends a young runaway girl named Jody. Hulk went searching for food (finding beans and unsympathetic police after ripping open a grocery store), Hulk returned to derail a train moments before Jody could be killed. At that moment, the police found the fugitive and runaway, and Hulk realized that Jody belonged with her family while Hulk belonged with no one and leaped away.

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