HULK (1962) (#1-6, #102-474, #600-635)(INCREDIBLE)(MV) #145 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Hulk (1962) #145
Double-sized issue! "Godspawn" is written by Len Wein and drawn by Herb Trimpe and John Severin. In the 1970s, author Erich von Daniken theorized that aliens visited Earth in mankind's dawning days and gave birth to the notion of the "Chariots of the Gods." Wein takes that theory and runs with it, postulating that god-like beings that inspired the Egyptians planted a mysterious seed on Earth. Flash forward several millennia, and we find the Hulk rampaging across southern Europe in one of his trademark confused rages. Jumping into the ocean in a vain attempt to clear his head, he's soon set upon by a Russian battleship. But the best the Soviet navy can offer is a momentary distraction for the green behemoth.

Washing ashore in North Africa, the Hulk stumbles on a movie set where American filmmakers are making their latest Biblical epic. The director, at first dismayed, decides to turn the Hulk's presence into an asset and writes him into the script. But the space gods soon return and activate the seed they planted in the Sahara so long ago. To everyone's astonishment, a great stone gladiator rises from the sand and even more amazing the famed Sphinx rises to meet its challenge. As the space gods decree, these combatants will make Earth their battleground to resolve intergalactic conflict. But neither the space gods or the stony warriors counted on the ever-lovin' Hulk!

Publisher: MarvelTitle: HULK (1962) (#1-6, #102-474, #600-635)(INCREDIBLE)(MV)
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145 (15.00) 16.00 56.00 84.00 (141.00) (188.00)


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