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[[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk The Incredible Hulk]] received a short-lived animated series in 1982 on Creator/{{NBC}} produced by [[Creator/DepatieFrelengEnterprises Marvel Productions]]. It was paired with another Marvel show, ''WesternAnimation/SpidermanAndHisAmazingFriends''.

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[[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk The Incredible Hulk]] received a short-lived animated series in 1982 on Creator/{{NBC}} produced by [[Creator/DepatieFrelengEnterprises Marvel Productions]]. It was paired with another Marvel show, ''WesternAnimation/SpidermanAndHisAmazingFriends''.
''WesternAnimation/SpiderManAndHisAmazingFriends''.


[[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk The Incredible Hulk]] received a short-lived animated series in 1982 on Creator/{{NBC}} produced by [[Creator/DepatieFrelengEnterprises Marvel Productions]]. It was paired with another Marvel show, ''WesternAnimation/SpidermanAndHisAamazingFriends''.

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[[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk The Incredible Hulk]] received a short-lived animated series in 1982 on Creator/{{NBC}} produced by [[Creator/DepatieFrelengEnterprises Marvel Productions]]. It was paired with another Marvel show, ''WesternAnimation/SpidermanAndHisAamazingFriends''.
''WesternAnimation/SpidermanAndHisAmazingFriends''.


[[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk The Incredible Hulk]] received a short-lived animated series in 1982 produced by Marvel Productions, formerly known as Creator/DepatieFrelengEnterprises.

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[[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk The Incredible Hulk]] received a short-lived animated series in 1982 on Creator/{{NBC}} produced by [[Creator/DepatieFrelengEnterprises Marvel Productions, formerly known as Creator/DepatieFrelengEnterprises.
Productions]]. It was paired with another Marvel show, ''WesternAnimation/SpidermanAndHisAamazingFriends''.

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* LatexPerfection: "The Boy Who Saw Tomorrow" had a man named Waldo disguise himself as a scientist named Dr. Kessler using a life-like mask.


* MagicSkirt: When transformed into the She-Hulk, Jennifer Walters' only clothing is a tattered shirt, which manages to cover up her lower body in spite of her movements.

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* MagicSkirt: When transformed into the She-Hulk, Jennifer Walters' only clothing is a tattered shirt, which manages to cover up her lower body at all times in spite of her movements.


* MagicPants: Taken to a more extreme degree than in other continuities, as Bruce Banner's clothes inexplicably become repaired whenever he changes back from the Hulk.
* MagicSkirt: When transformed into the She-Hulk, Jennifer Walters' only clothing is a tattered shirt, which manages to cover up her lower body in spite of her movements.
* MuggedForDisguise: In "Enter: She-Hulk", Rick Jones and Betty Ross knock out two Hydra agents in order to use their uniforms as disguises.



* RoguesGalleryTransplant: Some episodes have the Hulk fighting someone else's enemies. For instance, the first episode of the series has him fight Spider-Man's enemy Doctor Octopus.
* TruerToTheText: The cartoon was notably more faithful to the comics than [[Series/TheIncredibleHulk the 1977 live-action series]]. In particular, Rick Jones is present and is once again a part of the Hulk's origin, when the live-action series had him AdaptedOut.

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* RoguesGalleryTransplant: Some episodes have the Hulk fighting someone else's enemies. For instance, the first episode
** "Tomb
of the series Unknown Hulk" has him fight Spider-Man's enemy Spider-Man foe Doctor Octopus.
Octopus as the villain.
** "Prisoner of the Monster" uses Iron Man adversary Spy Master.
** The Puppet Master is the villain in "Bruce Banner Unmasked", with his usual enemies the Fantastic Four receiving no acknowledgement other than his step-daughter Alicia Masters having a bust of the Thing in her gallery of sculptures.
** "Enter: She-Hulk" has the Hulk and She-Hulk face terrorist organization Hydra, who are ordinarily opposed to S.H.I.E.L.D. and Captain America.
* TruerToTheText: The cartoon was notably more faithful to the comics than [[Series/TheIncredibleHulk the 1977 live-action series]]. In particular, Rick Jones is present and is once again a part of the Hulk's origin, when the live-action series had him AdaptedOut.AdaptedOut.
* VaporWear: She-Hulk does not appear to be wearing anything underneath her tattered shirt.


* IncredibleShrinkingMan: In "The Incredible Shrinking Hulk", an experiment causes Bruce Banner to shrink, leading to both himself and his alter ego the Hulk to try and get Betty Brant and Rick Jones to help him return to normal size until the effects of the shrink ray wear off at the end of the episode.

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* IncredibleShrinkingMan: In "The Incredible Shrinking Hulk", an experiment causes Bruce Banner to shrink, leading to both himself and his alter ego the Hulk to try and get Betty Brant Ross and Rick Jones to help him return to normal size until the effects of the shrink ray wear off at the end of the episode.

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* IncredibleShrinkingMan: In "The Incredible Shrinking Hulk", an experiment causes Bruce Banner to shrink, leading to both himself and his alter ego the Hulk to try and get Betty Brant and Rick Jones to help him return to normal size until the effects of the shrink ray wear off at the end of the episode.

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* BlobMonster: The episode "It Lives! It Grows! It Destroys!" had a jealous scientist named Dr. Proto create a living blob of yellow slime that tried to eat everything in its path.

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* CanonForeigner: Rick Jones' girlfriend Rita and her father Rio were created for this series.

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* MythologyGag: In "Bruce Banner Unmasked", Alicia Masters is shown to have created statues of other Marvel characters, including Ultron, Iron Man, Dr. Strange, the Scarlet Witch, Magneto, and the Thing.

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* AIIsACrapshoot: "The Cyclops Project" featured a computer named Cyclops that went haywire and tried to enslave humanity.

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* BatOutOfHell: Quasimodo had a large bat monster as his lackey in "When Monsters Meet".


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* IdenticalGrandson: In the episode "When Monsters Meet", the villain was a descendant of [[Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame Quasimodo]]. Like his ancestor, this Quasimodo was a misshapen hunchback, but he ends up turned into a normal human after Bruce Banner gives him an experimental cure for his own transformations into the Hulk.

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* {{Expy}}: Dr. Carlston from "Origin of the Hulk" serves as the series' equivalent of Igor Drenkov from the original comics, being a scientist secretly affiliated with the enemy and responsible for Bruce Banner becoming the Hulk in the first place.

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* RoboticReveal: In "Origin of the Hulk", Dr. Carlston is revealed to be a robotic minion of Number One when the Hulk tears the artificial skin from his mechanical arm.

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