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Who is the monster? For years the phrase "Hulk smash!" has been a rallying call for fans of all ages of blind destruction and unfathomable chaos. But that was before the creative team of Paul Jenkins, Ron Garney, and Sal Buscema were assigned to bring 21st century style deconstruction to the destruction caused every month in the pages of The Hulk. The story of The Hulk is simple. Bruce Banner, brilliant scientist, created a bomb of almost unlimited power and is accidentally caught in the blast when that bomb is detonated. He is then transformed into a monster of unlimited fury. But here, in the pages collected in this volume, you will find the story anything but simple. As it opens, Banner's wife has died of radiation poisoning. He's begun to remember incidents of child abuse. A psychologist has discovered that he has multiple personalities brought on by the abuse, creating the possibility of transformation into multiple versions of the Hulk. And a general, who can't see past his own self-righteousness, has sworn himself to kill the scientist. So who is the monster? Is it the father of Banner's wife who will not rest until The Hulk is brought to justice? Is it Banner's father for childhood abuse, fueling a rage within him that would one day be given voice in The Hulk? Or is it Banner himself for creating a device meant to destroy man in the first place?
Reprints Incredible Hulk (2000) #12-20.