Issue(s): Hulk #252, Hulk #253
He gets into fights with a bunch of Woodgod's silly creations...
...who are undergoing a civil war very similar to what the High Evolutionary went through when he started making man-beasts out of predator animals.
The Hulk's actions are a little too aggressive for Rick and Betty, and they criticize him for it. Doc Samson also stupidly picks a fight with the Hulk.
All this causes the Hulk to leap away feeling abandoned.
Fred Sloan falls in love with a half-human / half-woodsparrow girl named Siren and decides to stay with Woodgod's people, more or less permanently removing Roger Stern's POV character from the series.
If you're wondering about the 3-D Man appearance, it's just a panel where he's in the background as the ridiculous upcoming Teen Brigade plotline builds up.
It's an awful story with everyone acting stupidly because the plot requires it. But you have to give Sal Buscema some credit for his enthusiasm in the animal men fight scenes.
Quality Rating: C-
Chronological Placement Considerations: The Hulk left for the mountains at the end of issue #251, so he shouldn't appear anywhere else in between.
Continuity Insert? N
My Reprint: N/A
Inbound References (3): show3-D Man, Betty Ross, Centauria, Centaurio, Centauron, Chuck Chandler, Doc Samson, Elephantine, Fred Sloan, General 'Thunderbolt' Ross, Hal Chandler Jr., Hulk, Leoninus, Minotaurus, Neptunus, Peggy Chandler, Rick Jones, Siren, Viperus, Woodgod
Wait... why is the elephant-man on the side of the predators?
Posted by: Berend | January 17, 2014 5:50 AM
Because Berend, wait for it......................they told him he could work for peanuts. ;)
Posted by: clyde | February 20, 2015 10:47 AM
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