REAL NAME: Bereet (approximation of her name in human language)
KNOWN ALIASES: None
IDENTITY: Publicly known, although some among the general populace
do not believe that Bereet is an extraterrestrial
PLACE OF BIRTH: The planet Krylor, third planet from the star
Aceta, in the Andromeda (Skrull) Galaxy
MARITAL STATUS: Unrevealed
KNOWN RELATIVES: None
GROUP AFFILIATION: None
FIRST APPEARANCE: Rampaging Hulk Vol. 1 #1 (1977, later revealed
to be a fictional story created by Bereet), Incredible Hulk Vol. 2 #269 (1982)
HISTORY: Bereet created several fictional films about the Hulk
and won acclaim in Krylorian society. Deciding to change formats to a documentary
about the real Hulk, she traveled to Earth where she helped Bruce Banner, at that
time able to maintain his personality in the Hulk’s body, cure Rick Jones
of radiation poisoning. She next helped the Hulk in his battle with the U-Foes,
and when Betty Ross temporarily abandoned Banner, Bereet briefly became romantically
involved with him.
Bereet subsequently met success on Earth with her finished documentary. “The
Life and Times of the Incredible Hulk”; however, it seems probable that
her fortunes fell and rose with the many changes in the Hulk himself. Last seen
in Hollywood, Bereet’s current whereabouts and activities are unrevealed.
HEIGHT: 5 ft. 8 in.
WEIGHT: 67 lbs. (estimate)
DISTINGUISHING FEATURES: Bereet has hollow bone; a trilling
musical voice; and other avian traits
SUPERHUMAN POWERS: Unclear.
SPECIAL SKILLS: Bereet creates artificial life-forms, her
“techno-art creation,” via unknown means. She is an accomplished
PARAPHERNALIA/ACCESSORIES: Bereet carries a special distorter,
a carrying case for her creations, which contains fare more space with in it
than its appearance suggests and can hold a near-infinite number of items, with
small items increasing in size upon removal and large items (including people)
reducing in size as they enter the case.
Bereet’s creations include a “Banshee Mask” which is capable
of transforming into a spaceship, “Defendroids” which can attack
any enemy, and many others. Her most frequently used creations are “Star
Eyes,” animated cameras capable of recording events, extrapolating fictional
narratives based upon their observation, and projecting realistic illusions.
Shi is usually accompanied by Sturky, a small artificial life-form who can levitate,
consume large objects, exert a calming influence on those around him, and probably
perform other feats not yet observed.
Produced films about the Hulk, Rick Jones, and herself (Rampaging Hulk Vol.
1 #1-9, 1977-1978)
Arrived on Earth (Incredible Hulk Vol. 2 #270, 1982)
First met the Hulk (Incredible Hulk Vol. 2 #275, 1982)
Sent Defendroids to attack the U-Foes (Incredible Hulk Vol. 2 #276-277, 1982)
Became romantically involved with the Hulk (Incredible Hulk Vol. 2 #281-282,
Attended premiere of her documentary (Incredible Hulk Vol. 2 #285, 1983)
NOTE: Updated from The
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Hulk 2004