Hulk: Gray

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Hulk: Gray
Art by Tim Sale.
Publication information
PublisherMarvel Comics
ScheduleMonthly
FormatLimited series
Genre
No. of issues6
Main character(s)Hulk

Betty Ross

Tony Stark

General Ross

Leonard Samson
Creative team
Written byJeph Loeb
Artist(s)Tim Sale
Letterer(s)Richard Starkings
Colorist(s)Matt Hollingsworth
Editor(s)Kelly Lamy
Joe Quesada
Nanci Quesada
Bronwyn Taggart

Hulk: Gray is a comic book limited series written by Jeph Loeb and illustrated by Tim Sale.

Publication history[edit]

The series ran for a total of six issues which followed the early years of Bruce Banner and his problems as the Hulk.[citation needed] Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale also collaborated on other limited series such as: Spider-Man: Blue, Daredevil: Yellow, and Captain America: White. Each series, like Hulk: Gray, followed the early years of the different Marvel Comics heroes.

Plot[edit]

Bruce Banner's life was torn apart by the explosion of the Gamma Bomb. From that moment on, he unleashed the strongest creature on Earth, The Incredible Hulk. No matter how powerful he became, his heart could still be shattered by Betty Ross, the daughter of General "Thunderbolt" Ross.

Collected editions[edit]

The series has been collected into a single volume.

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