Hulk: Planet Hulk Omnibus (Incredible Hulk)
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Collects Spectacular Spider-Man (1976) #1-42, Spectacular Spider-Man Annual (1979) #1, Amazing Spider-Man Annual (1964) #13, and Fantastic Four (1961) #218.
Omnibus Editions (now until April 2023) All Upcoming Marvel Omnibus Editions (now until April 2023)
Also includes material from Not Brand Echh (1967) #3. Namor joins as co-star beginning in #70. His issues are collected separately – see Namor. After #291: Marvel Fanfare #47, Secret Wars #1-12, half of #295, Fantastic Four #266-268, 1985 #1-2 But Bruce has even bigger problems. Something terrible has infected him. Something with unspeakable plans for humanity. And the answers lie beyond the Green Door!Several other Hulks are active in this period! Red Hulk leads Thunderbolts, Jennifer Walters joins the replacement Fantastic Four in FF, and Red-She Hulk anchors her own title. Collects Incredible Hulk #1–6; Fantastic Four #12, 25–26; Avengers #1–3, 5; Amazing Spider-Man #14; Tales to Astonish #59; Journey into Mystery #112. Published by Marvel Comics in 2007, and written by Greg Pak at the end of his run on the character Hulk with art by John Romita, Jr., World War Hulk rapidly became one of the most famous crossover storylines about the green monster.
Planet Hulk Reading Order Planet Hulk Reading Order
Banner didn’t die, but something changed in him. He became the Jekyll/Hyde of the Marvel Universe, two “men” in one body, transforming from the mild-mannered bespectacled physicist into the gray-skinned monster named “the Hulk” when he loses control. Incredible Hulk (2000) #1/2, 12-33, & Annual 2000-2001; Sentry/Hulk #1; Hulk Smash #1-2; and Startling Stories: Banner #1-4. Issue #1/2 comes after #10. Annual 2000 is between #20-21. Annual 2001 is between #28-29.
Collects X-Men Adventures (1992) #1-15, X-Men Adventures (1994) #1-13, and X-Men Adventures (1995) #1-13.