David has always been a good Samaritan, often helping those in distress. This episode turns that theme on its head wonderfully. What if David is the one in need?
David Banner steals Prolixin to create a serum to suppress the primal part of his brain and the rage that powers the Incredible Hulk. What follows is like an excerpt from the diary of a madman.
Prometheus is an interesting story that receives high marks for continued exploration of the The Incredible Hulk Phenomenon, and for all you Ferrigno fans out there, this is the episode for you!
A psychic learns David Banner's secret. After the Hulk is falsely accused of murder, she decides to expose him to Jack McGee. Bill Bixby, Lou Ferrigno and Brenda Benet deliver knockout performances.
David Banner is settling in for another Thanksgiving alone when he sees a news report on a wealthy land developer buying local farm property in David's hometown and decides it's time to go home.
Married could have marked the turning point of The Incredible Hulk, where the series began to decline. Instead, it reaffirms the main themes from the Pilot and strengthens the David Banner character.
Here we see a glimpse of just how desperate David Banner is becoming, as he is driven to outright forgery and identity theft! This is a new level, past his usual steps to protect his true identity.
Should David Banner be allowed to walk the streets? This episode of The Incredible Hulk Classic TV Series examines the theme of Hulk as Killer first presented in the original Pilot episode.
This is the realization of Ken Johnson and Bill Bixby's desire to make a serious, mature version of Stan Lee's trademark, green comic book hero. It's a serious take with a focus on realism that works!
Bill Bixby and Ken Johnson show how it's done in this classic take on the Incredible Hulk story. These 11 episodes from the late 70's classic television series show are still great today!
While this book debunks any theory of alien involvement in Area 51, the story it tells is no less fascinating or horrifying. From Roswell through the Cold War and into Iraq, this tale is amazing!
Beethoven's Eroica symphony opens with two chords heard round the world. These two simple but powerful triads in E flat shook the foundations of serene early 19th century music. This was a battle cry. This was a Clarion...
Sunspots exist on the surface, or photosphere, of the sun. They appear darker because...
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on January 27 1756 to Anna Maria and Leopold Mozart in Salzburg, Austria. He was baptized "Joannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart." Young Wolfgang was a child prodigy and...
This is the latest in my Layman's Review series on Classical Music CDs. I do this because I love the music and I do this in an effort to help other people with an interest in Classical Music find what they might like....
A layman's review of two brilliant piano concertos, from the man who invented the piano concerto itself!
Did you know that much of what people call "classical music" technically isn't Classical? Knowing the periods of classical music can make it easier to find music you like when shopping for classical music. Here's a...
Have you ever gazed up at a star in the sky and wondered if it was really a star and not just a planet? Have you ever wondered what the difference between a star and planet really is?