1962: Stan Lee and Jack Kirby create "The Incredible Hulk" comic book. The book lasted 6 issues and had the first appearance of the Grey Hulk. 1964: Giant-Man was starring in a comic book called Tales to Astonish. In issue number 59, he fought the Hulk. The next issue, #60, the Tales to Astonish comic book split into two sections. The first half a story starring Giant-Man and the second half starring the Hulk. In issue #70, The Sub-Mariner took over Giant-Mans place. 1968: The Hulk officially takes over the entire book and it is renamed "The Incredible Hulk" which explains why you will never find issues #7-101 for The Incredible Hulk. 1977: A large-style magazine titled "The Rampaging Hulk" debuts. The stories are later said to be imaginary. 1998: A new comic book called "The Rampaging Hulk" debuts and deals with stories early in the history of the Hulk before anybody knew Bruce Banner was the Hulk. It lasts 6 issues. 1999: "The Incredible Hulk" comic book ends its run at #474. 1999: "The Hulk" debuts and starts at issue #1. 2000: Starting with issue #12, The "Incredible" is added back to the title. And there was much rejoicing.
Unlimited Strength Thunderclap Leaping/Jumping Ability Accelerated Healing Dynamic Durability Breathing Underwater Resistance to Mind Control Unusual Mental Abilities High Resistance/High Durability