the incredible hulk zöe craig jordan souder mckenzie jensen marcy burmeister brandon dorns

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The Incredible Hulk Zöe Craig Jordan Souder Mckenzie Jensen Marcy Burmeister Brandon Dorns

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Page 1: The Incredible Hulk Zöe Craig Jordan Souder Mckenzie Jensen Marcy Burmeister Brandon Dorns

The Incredible Hulk

Zöe CraigJordan Souder

Mckenzie JensenMarcy Burmeister

Brandon Dorns

Page 2: The Incredible Hulk Zöe Craig Jordan Souder Mckenzie Jensen Marcy Burmeister Brandon Dorns

The Incredible Hulk #190“The Man Who Came Down on the Rainbow”

Released August, 1975

Reoccurring themes:• Cold War• Imperialism• Race• Gay Rights• Science v. Bible• Ads

Wein, Len. The Incredible Hulk #190. Marvel Comics, 1975. Print.

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Cold War• 1975 Cold War • U.S vs U.S.S.R• Bear represents Soviet Union• Hulk represents U.S

"Cold War History." <i>History.com</i>. A&amp;E Television Networks, n.d. Web. 28 Sept. 2015.

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Imperialism• Toad Men represent Imperialism• Disrupts the “Serene” and “Beautiful” environment• Highlight of the word “SLAVES”• Ugly Toad Men• Pillaging and Raping

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Race• Race in 1975• Glorian= Aryan

superiority• Racist Vernacular• She-Hulk

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Ads• Importance of ‘Body Image’• Defining ‘Masculine’ physique• Commercialism• Sports is for men??• Adults vs. Children (audience)

*No citation needed (used my brain and analyzing skills)