Real Name: Joe Fixit
Search for 'Mr. Fixit' on Amazon
Rage based Super Strength & Invulnerability. Intelligence on par with Bruce Banner.
Strength and Toughness are lessened due to being more in touch with his humanity
The Gray Hulk, the original Hulk incarnation, worked for a time as a Las Vegas enforcer called Joe Fixit. He has average intelligence, although he occasionally displays knowledge and intellectual ability normally associated with Bruce Banner. He is hedonistic, cunning, arrogant, crafty, and distant with a hidden conscience. In most of his Las Vegas appearances, he appears only at night, although for the first three months he was able to keep from transforming during the day, due to a magic spell. According to the Leader in Incredible Hulk Vol. 1, #333, the Gray Hulk persona is strongest during the night of the new moon (with Fixit being able to influence Banner) and weakest during the full moon (with Banner being able to influence Fixit); this aversion to sunlight and moonlight vanished when the Gray Hulk's night-induced transformation trigger is later removed. Although he is the smallest of the Hulks, the Gray Hulk towers over the average human. He prefers to dress in tailored suits. The Gray Hulk's base strength level is the lowest of all the "Hulk incarnations". However, this strength level can grow as he gets angry, but at a much slower pace than the other "Hulk incarnations." Despite his lower strength, Gray Hulk is able to use cunning and strategy in fights to gain the upper hand against foes expecting a savage Hulk.
First Appearance: The Incredible Hulk (1968) #347
Hulk (Marvel)(01 - Bruce Banner)
Mr. Fixit is a favorite character of 6 users
View a chronological listing of this character's appearances
Captain Marvel (2000)
Contest of Champions (2015)
Damage Control: The Complete Collection (2015)
Die Spinne Comic-Album (1979)
#43 Fantastic Four (1961)
- 'Leben und Leben Lassen'
#320 Hulk (2008)
- 'Pride Goeth...'#321
- 'After the Fall!'
#7 Hulk Family: Green Genes (2009)
- 'What Happens in Vegas/Hell Hath no Fury...'#8
- 'Green!/...Like a Woman Scorned!'
Hulk Smash Avengers (2012)
#4 Indestructible Hulk (2013)
- 'What Smashes in Vegas'
#14 Iron Man (1968)
- 'Agent of T.I.M.E. Part Four'
Marvel Age (1983)
Marvel Comics Presents (1988)
#6#38 Marvel Hit-Comic (1989)
- 'There's No Place Like Home/Something In The Air/Art For Art's Sake/The Killing Ground!'#38 (Newsstand Edition)
- 'There's No Place Like Home/Something In The Air/Art For Art's Sake/The Killing Ground!'
#5 The Amazing Spider-Man (1963)
- 'Die Fantastischen Vier'
The Avengers (1963)
The Incredible Hulk (1968)
#347 The Order (2002)
- 'Job Security'#349
- 'Before the Fall'#351
- 'Total Recall'#353
- 'Down And Out In... Las Vegas'#354
- 'The Sure Thing'#355
- 'Now You See It...'#356
- 'Control Problems'#357
- 'Inferno - 2, Hulk ----- 0'#360
- 'Iron Tears'#362
- 'Phasing Out'#368
- 'Natural Selection'#369
- 'Silent Screams'#370
- 'Strange Matters'#371
- 'Strange But True'#372
- 'He's Back'#373
- 'Mending Fences'
#1 The Sensational She-Hulk (1989)
- 'The Best Defense...'#2
- 'It's Our World'#3
- 'Ultimatum: Avengers !'#4
- 'Norrin's Rib'
#29 Web of Spider-Man (1985)
- 'The Fourth Wall -- and Beyond!'
#7 Wolverine Saga (1989)
- 'Mr. Fixit Comes to Town'#8
- 'If It Ain't Broke--!'#127
- 'I'm King of the World!'
- 'Book Four: The Hero Triumphant'
The Order (Defenders)
Famous Quotes: - Add a Famous Quote
""This is how I go, when I go like this.""
< Previous Character | Next Character >
Add this character to a run of issues in a title
Suggest an image for this character
View the contribution history for this character