main image Real Name: Unrevealed

Identity/Class: Normal human

Occupation: Criminal

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: None             

Enemies: Hulk (Bruce Banner), the police

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Unrevealed, presumably mobile

First Appearance: The Hulk in "Smashing Discovery" (Kenner See-a-Show slide, 1967)

Powers/Abilities: The "Presidential Kidnapper" had no superhuman powers but carried a tommy gun. He was also skilled at avoiding the police and, presumably, the Secret Service.


(The Hulk in "Smashing Discovery") - As the Hulk ventured into a city, disguising himself with a trenchcoat, he noticed a newspaper mentioning that the President had been kidnapped and that the Hulk was to blame. Angry that he was always being blamed for crimes that he did not commit and feeling that he would be hounded for the kidnapping, the Hulk decided to leave the city. The police quickly noticed the Hulk and chased him, firing their guns at the Hulk, who tripped on a rock and fell through a building's wall. Coincidently, the building happened to house the real kidnapper, who was surprised to see the Hulk. The police immediately arrested the "Presidential Kidnapper" and agreed to let the Hulk go since he had helped them find the kidnapper.


Comments: Created by an uncredited writer and artist.

The "Presidential Kidnapper" was never given a name in the story but I felt that he needed to be profiled, if only to get a synopsis of the goofy Hulk See-a-Show slide story out there. I find it hilarious that Hulk just tripped and fell into a building...

Another funny thing of note: The Hulk wore yellow pants in this story instead of his trademark purple pants. Perhaps the yellow pants were part of his trenchcoat disguise...?

The Kenner See-a-Show slide states copyright 1967 Marvel Comics Group so Marvel owns the characters.

Special thanks to Kerry Callen for the images!

Profile by Proto-Man.

The "President Kidnapper" has no known connections to

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The Hulk in "Smashing Discovery", pan7 ("Presidential Kidnapper" main image)
The Hulk in "Smashing Discovery", pan6 ("Presidential Kidnapper" with gun)

The Hulk in "Smashing Discovery" (Kenner See-a-Show slide, 1967) - uncredited writer & artist

Last updated: 10/11/12

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