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
- With the booming success of Spider-Man (1994) and X-Men on FOX, UPN wanted a piece of Marvel's animation success, and so a new series was commissioned. Given the popularity of the character,…
[show]With the booming success of Spider-Man (1994) and X-Men on FOX, UPN wanted a piece of Marvel's animation success, and so a new series was commissioned. Given the popularity of the character, and most of Marvel's heavy hitters were either already on FOX or had been done before, at this point in time, it simply had to be The Incredible Hulk. Marvel has entrusted The Incredible Hulk to supervising producer Tom Tataranowicz, after he helped overhaul the syndicated The Fantastic Four and Iron Man to more critical approval in their second seasons and gave the Hulk a backdoor pilot attempt in both shows.
- The village's name, Anavrin, is Nirvana spelled backwards. Not in reference to the band but to the actual meaning; 'state of bliss' (episode 2.07 "The Lost Village").
- Joe Fixit was the name the Gray Hulk adopted in the comics as a Las Vegas leg-breaker (episode 2.04 "They Call Me Mr. Fixit").