Morningstar Entertainment is releasing or re-releasing 8-9 volumes from the Marvel Comics Video Library vault. Originally, the MCVL consisted of 25 volumes of thematically grouped episodes from more than one of six "classic" Marvel animated shows. The six shows were Spiderman (1967), (1981), The Incredible Hulk (1982), Marvel SuperHeroes (1966), Fantastic Four (1978), and Spider-Woman (1979). Each volume featured a particular hero or villian and every volume carried at least one Spiderman episode.
As another reviewer noted regarding these DVDs, they consist of average VHS to DVD transfers. The episodes have not been digitally mastered and are not in Stereo sound. So the picture and audio quality is fair to poor. The poor audio and visual quality is particularly evident on the 67 Spiderman episodes. This has upset fans of these shows that were expecting high-quality DVD versions of these now rare and hard-to-find VHS released volumes. I was disappointed also, but high quality DVD versions of some of these episodes are available elsewhere. Why then buy these? Because not all of these "classic" Marvel animated shows have been released on DVD, so having a few episodes is better than not having any.
Regarding this particular volume, #4 in Marvel's original catalog. It features one of the better known, or remembered 82 Hulk episodes. While on a trip to Paris to attend a science conference, Bruce Banner and Betty encounter a descendant of the infamous Quasimodo, whose grotesque nature causes him to kidnap Betty, threaten to steal a shipment of gold, and an untested formula. He leads the Hulk on a wild chase throughout Paris, where the two "battle it out in the open." The visual quality of the episode is decent, but the audio quality has an unmistakable hissing sound in the background which is typical for any bootleg, but should be absent on a professional grade DVD.