TV Series | TV-Y7 | | Action, Animation, Adventure
A research scientist is cursed with the tendency to turn into a giant green brute under stress.
The She-Hulk first appears in animated form in this cartoon, because she was created in 1979 and the first animated series appeared in 1966.
Despite that this cartoon is in no way meant to follow the comic book format, as well as having a very short span of time to tell the story, the viewer is still left asking a great many questions about a lot of episodes.
For one, motivations are not explained. In "Tomb Of The Unknown Hulk," Doctor Octopus wants to steal the Perium 99 to turn humans in monsters. Why? How will that be of benefit to him?
In "The Origin Of The Hulk," is very loosely based on the comic, but here it is never explained what Banner wants to accomplish with his gamma bomb. Also, what do outer space aliens want with his formula?
In "Punks On Wheels," The Leader wants the element known as Vibranium (the substance used in Captain America's shield, although not mentioned in the cartoon.) It's said to be an explosive, but it is not.
Again, what does he want with it?
Even if the reason is flimsy, considering the nature of the show, a single line of dialogue to explain things would've been helpful.
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