Synopsis: Young Todd Gregory is excited to see the Torrance Carnival has set up in town, but when the Hulk lands by a roller coaster and accidentally starts a fire, Todd is blamed. Carnival owner Frank Torrance takes Todd home, where he beaten by his father. Bruce Banner later finds Todd crying outside the carnival. Bruce finds a job setting up for the opening of the show, and escorts the boy for a fun-filled day of rides and games. When Torrance finds out that Banner has brought back the firebug, the Hulk returns to protect Todd. After the mayhem and destruction, Hulk leaps away with Todd and Torrance plans to capture the Hulk for a new attraction. Todd returns to check on his friend Bruce when Torrance catches the kid to use as bait for the Hulk. Banner sees Todd being abused and transforms into the Hulk and returns Todd to his parents warning them to never hurt the boy again or else.
Notes: The story centered around the cruelty of child abuse.
Synopsis: After witnessing the death of Sun-Times features writer Jim Polhaus, Moon Knight confronts murderer, who shows him he was trying to acquire a key. He is led to the mansion of collector Joel Luxor, but during questioning, Luxor is shot and killed by a pellet from an old musket. Moon Knight asks Marlene to look for more clues at Luxor's house while he, deducing the key came from a locker at the Sun-Times newspaper, finds out the key was owned by Polhaus, who was working on a story about Egyptian artifacts at the natural history museum. The artifacts are under the personal care of assistant curator Fenton Crane, specifically a gold Horus statuette. After visiting the museum and Crane's apartment where he finds the earlier hitman who turns out to be rival collector Anton Varro. He tells Moon Knight that Crane was Luxor's hitman, sending him rushing back to Luxor's house to find Crane threatening Marlene with the old musket.