|This article is written from the Real World perspective|
|The Incredible Hulk|
|Beginning date||September 18, 1982|
|End date||October 8, 1983|
|Number of Episodes||13 (Episodes)|
|Producers||David H. DePatie|
|Previous Series||Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends|
|Next Series||"Pryde of the X-Men" (Project)|
The Incredible Hulk lasted one season consisting of thirteen episodes that aired from September 1982 to to October 1983.
Before being cancelled a second season of The Incredible Hulk was planned. This season would have featured She-Hulk as a main character and the series was going to be re-named The Incredible Hulk and the She-Hulk. This change would eventually happen to the second season of subsequent series The Incredible Hulk.
Another change from the first season is that Hulk's vocabulary would have been even more limited to mimic Lou Ferrigno's portrayal of the Hulk in the live-action television series The Incredible Hulk.
The series is part of the Marvel Productions Universe along with Spider-Man and Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends. Michael Bell played Doctor Octopus on both this series and Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends.
There were thirteen episodes total. The series ran along with Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends sometimes being called The Incredible Hulk and the Amazing Spider-Man and then The Amazing Spider-Man and the Incredible Hulk.
Marvel reedited and redubbed footage of this series, along with Fantastic Four and Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends, into funny segments called "Marvel Mash-Up". The segments appeared on Disney XD along with The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes and Ultimate Spider-Man.
- Unproduced projects at Sunbow and Marvel Archive
|The Incredible Hulk Episodes|
|"Tomb of the Unknown Hulk" • "Prisoner of the Monster" • "Origin of the Hulk" • "When Monsters Meet" • "The Cyclops Project" • "Bruce Banner Unmasked" • "The Creature and the Cavegirl" • "It Lives! It Grows! It Destroys!" • "The Incredible Shrinking Hulk" • "Punks on Wheels" • "Enter: She-Hulk" • "The Boy Who Saw Tomorrow" • "The Hulk Destroys Bruce Banner"|