David Banner is a scientist trying to find a way to tap into the hidden strength that all humans possess. One night in his lab an experiment goes wrong, causing him to be overexposed to gamma radiation. Now, whenever angered or distressed, the mild-mannered scientist finds himself transforming into a powerful creature known as The Incredible Hulk.
Last EpisodeTV Movie: The Death of the Incredible Hulk Aired: Feb. 18, 1990
Desperately trying to rid himself of his monster-like alter ego once and for all, David 'Bellamy' sneaks into a government research lab run by …
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Series Fun Facts
- The producers considered creating a new character, a female Hulk. Their plan was to take David's sister; a character already established by early episodes; and have her receive an emergency…
[show]The producers considered creating a new character, a female Hulk. Their plan was to take David's sister; a character already established by early episodes; and have her receive an emergency blood transfusion from him. Due to the show's cancellation, this story never came to pass. However, Marvel Comics learned of this development and created She-Hulk so they would own the rights to any such character. The character's comic-book origins turned out to be similar to the plan in the comics. The blood transfusion is still the reason for her mutation, but she is Dr. Banner's cousin rather than his sister.
- To avoid sweating (which caused his green makeup to come off), Lou Ferrigno spent much of his time on the set in a refrigerated motor home.
- The name of the tabloid Jack McGee worked for was The National Register, whose main office was located in Chicago. The Register's primary competitor was Lime Lite Magazine.