HULK (1962) (#1-6, #102-474, #600-635)(INCREDIBLE)(MV) #125 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Hulk (1962) #125
"...And Now, the Absorbing Man!" is written by Roy Thomas with art by Herb Trimpe. One of the great rivalries of Marvel Comics is born here. The enmity between the Hulk and the Absorbing Man would play out again and again over the years and was even depicted in Ang Lee's film of the jade giant. Originally created by Loki as an opponent for his brother Thor, Crusher Creel was magically given the power to absorb the properties of whatever material he laid his hand to.

This amazing ability allowed him to even challenge Odin himself for the throne of Asgard before the Thunder God was able to send him off into orbit as an aimless streak of energy. Now, after Bruce Banner volunteers to pilot an experimental rocket into space to head off a deadly meteorite, his brave action accidentally releases the Absorbing Man from his cosmic prison. But after landing back on Earth, the super-criminal finds more than puny Banner waiting for him and the battle royal is on!

Publisher: MarvelTitle: HULK (1962) (#1-6, #102-474, #600-635)(INCREDIBLE)(MV)
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