Twenty-two-disc set includes: The Incredible Hulk: The Complete Series (1978-1982)Action-packed series, based on the Marvel Comics hero, ran on CBS from 1978-82 and starred Bill Bixby as Dr. David Banner, a scientist whose accidental overexposure to gamma rays causes him to transform into a green-skinned, super-strong behemoth (Lou Ferrigno) when he becomes enraged. Believed to be dead, Banner sets out to find a way to control his inner beast, all the while pursued by tenacious reporter Jack McGee (Jack Colvin). 83 episodes. 68 3/4 hrs. C Hulk (2003)It's not easy being green, learns Doc Bruce Banner (Eric Bana) in this soaring, complex adaptation of the Marvel comic from director Ang Lee. Carrying an altered DNA structure thanks to experiments his deranged scientist dad (Nick Nolte) performed years earlier, a lab mishap involving gamma rays turns Banner into an emerald-skinned monstrosity whose immense strength is fueled by his inner anger. With both the military and his father after him, Banner seeks help from his colleague/ex-girlfriend (Jennifer Connelly) as he tries to find a cure. With Sam Elliott, Josh Lucas. 138 min. C/Rtg: PG-13 The Incredible Hulk (2008)Not directly linked to the 2003 film, this take on Marvel Comics' Jade Giant finds Dr. Bruce Banner (Edward Norton) on the run while searching for an antidote that will keep his dangerous alter-ego at bay. But as the authorities close in, Banner will have to unleash the power of the Hulk in order to stop a super soldier (Tim Roth) who's been transformed into the monstrous Abomination. LIV Tyler, William Hurt, Tim Blake Nelson also star. 113 min. C/Rtg: PG-13 Standard/Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English; Subtitles: English (SDH); audio commentary; featurettes; deleted scenes; photo gallery.