The Hulk attended Bonjaxx's birthday party at Maruthea. The Seventh Doctor talked with one of his future incarnations at the bar and later at a table near the Hulk. (COMIC: Party Animals, The Incomplete Death's Head)
References[edit | edit source]
In 1972, Maxwell Collins had a shirt with the Hulk's face on it. He believed that the Hulk could beat both Batman and Captain America easily by smashing both of them into the ground. The Twelfth Doctor disagreed, claiming that brains always beat brawn. (COMIC: Moving In)
Fitz Kreiner, feeling great rage and increased strength while under the influence of Arnauld Klimt's slugs, thought that Bruce Banner must have felt the same way before he turned big and green. (PROSE: To the Slaughter)
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
- The Incredible Hulk Presents was a short-lived weekly children's comic produced in the United Kingdom by Marvel UK in 1989. Amongst other material it contained black and white original Doctor Who strips featuring the Seventh Doctor.
- In COMIC: A Confusion of Angels, Margaret Ag-Kris Therur-Ford Jingatheen's warning to the Weeping Angels, "You wouldn't like me when I'm angry...", spoken while revealing her green claw, is a reference to The Incredible Hulk.
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