There were also some American reprint strips (though these were outweighed by the new material in the first 20 issues) including sixties Ant Man reprints, which led to a two-part, British-originated Ant Man strip by Steve Moore and Steve Dillon beginning in #48, and (during a brief hiatus in the Black Knight strip to allow the creators time to catch up after John Stokes suffered an injury related to a fall) a reprint of the origin of Captain Britain (the Knight's co-star) from his original weekly comic, with some new artwork added (this was followed by a reprinting of an early Black Knight strip, also retouched).
From #47, the title became The Incredible Hulk Weekly. Following its cancellation, it was merged with Spider-Man, though the merged title contained no original material.
The first issue included a free Hulk sticker album (with a cover featuring the character's live action TV incarnation, which had heavily inspired the British Hulk strips). Issue two contained a packet of six free stickers.