Marvel's Israeli Superheroine, Who Brought the Hulk Into the Conflict, Turns 40

From meeting the Incredible Hulk in Tel Aviv to seeing a Palestinian boy die in a terror attack, Sabra represented the Israeli angle in American comics

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Sabra on the cover of "The Incredible Hulk," issue 386, October 1991
Sabra on the cover of 'The Incredible Hulk,' October 1991.Credit: Marvel
Nirit Anderman
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