Driven by rage, hunted with malice, Bruce Banner is the world's ultimate victim, whenever anger or fear comes over him, he transforms into a creature of untold strength, capable of incomparable destruction, Bruce Banner is The Incredible Hulk.. (The Animated Series)
Last Episode02x08 Mission: Incredible Aired: Nov. 23, 1997
General Ross awakens from his coma, but all is not what it appears to be, Betty becomes the victim of a parasitic attack and the battle leads …
Series Fun Facts
- When writing the stories for this series, Tom Tataranowicz and crew mixed together the different comics versions of the Hulk, the live-action TV series and a few wrinkles of their own.
- The animation for this show was done by Sae-Rom, an animation house in Korea that has done Batman: The Animated Series and Gargoyles episodes.
- The UPN executive assigned to the show really had no feeling for what the Hulk was about or what was most important to an action-adventure show in general, or to Marvel fans in particular.…
[show]The UPN executive assigned to the show really had no feeling for what the Hulk was about or what was most important to an action-adventure show in general, or to Marvel fans in particular. There were a host of creative differences, but what was discussed in most of those network meetings was her obsession with fashion-she kept insisting that everyone look like they just-stepped out of a shop on Rodeo Drive-hardly a look that would fit any of the main characters. The episodes delivered to network tended to reflect the creative choices of the production company over those of network. Cut to Season 2. The axe falls. The edict came down from network that the show would be pulled from New World unless there were a change of creative personnel who would toe the line; so the second season got a new producer, director and crew.