Appearing in "Lastlegs" Featured Characters: Previous Appearance of Hulk Hulk Next Appearance of Hulk Supporting Characters: Previous Appearance of General Ross General Ross Next Appearance of General Ross Previous Appearance of Colnel St. Lawrence Colnel St. Lawrence Next Appearance of Colnel St. Lawrence Antagonists: Previous Appearance of Abomination Abomination Next Appearance of Abomination Previous Appearance of Mercy Mercy Next Appearance of Mercy Other Characters: Races and Species: Celestials Locations: Earth United States of America New York New York City Queens John F. Kennedy International Airport Queens-Midtown Tunnel Manhattan Virginia Arlington Pentagon Items: Vehicles: Synopsis for "Lastlegs" The Abomination is walking around New York, taking advantage of a rainstorm and a trench coat to walk the city streets, as people rarely notice a monster when it walks like a man. News of the Hulk's arrival in New York is being broadcast on the television, however, and it stops him. He briefly monologs about how he can now do the one thing he has always wanted to... only barely noticing when the Hulk himself walks past in a trance. Incredible Hulk Vol 1 #459 Published December, 1997 Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras Cover Artist Adam Kubert "Lastlegs" Writer Peter David Penciler Adam Kubert Inker Mark Farmer Colorist Digital Chameleon Letterer John Workman Editor Bobbie Chase Previous Issue Next Issue Incredible Hulk #458 Incredible Hulk #460

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