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4.59 stars 4.59/5 Stars Average score of 16 user reviews

Great Start 0

In all honesty, I haven't been keeping up on Avengers vs. X-Men. I know what happens from reading about it online, but I haven't bought any of the issues since issue 7. I felt that the series was too focused on the fights, and not the story. But man am I thankful for this issue. It filled in all the gaps about AVX that I didn't know. It really is a good place to start reading. Plus, I loved the villain reveal on the last page!...

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Wow. Just wow. 0

I've never really enjoyed the character of Daredevil, but when I read this issue I changed my mind completely. I am probably one of the only people who saw the Daredevil movie and actually enjoyed some of it. After watching it I wanted to learn more about the character, so I read Daredevil : Yellow. It was an alright series. I didn't like the art, but it was a pretty good way to be introduced to the character. This issue was a much better introduction than Yellow. I also really enjoyed the art i...

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Glorious 0

This issue is perfect in every way possible. I believe that anyone who even remotely enjoys Spider-Man should read this story arc. This issue is an instant classic and will remain in the hearts of comic book fans for years. I can't really give a summary for this issue without spoiling it, so I trust anyone reading this to go out and read this immediately!I give this issue 5/5 stars....

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Crazy 0

This issue is quite sad for a comic that came out in the 60's. It shows how much Peter really cares for his Aunt May. When she gets sick it takes over Peter's life. He seems to be living in a stupor where he can only think of helping his aunt. It is interesting to watch Peter essentially 'leave' the confines of reality while he thinks of assisting his aunt.I give this issue 4.5/5...

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Big Surprise 0

First things first, I don't really know anything about Animal Man. I read the first issue of the New 52 Series, but that's it. I haven't read any other Animal Man before. I was pleasantly surprised with this issue. It is a perfect jumping on point because it explains Buddy Baker's origin in the New 52. The art was superb in this issue and the story not only led directly into issue 1, but it also leads into the next issue, issue 13. If you've ever wondered who Animal Man was, I would highly sugge...

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The Incredible Hulk # 43 0

This is truly a satisfying conclusion to this story arc. It makes readers feel on the edge of their seats, and then the Hulk comes and throws them off! Bruce Banner learns that he can use the Hulk to help him get out of his current situation. Banner probably wouldn't admit it, but without the Hulk, he would have never survived what happened in this issue.Once again, I give this issue 5/5 stars....

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The Incredible Hulk #42 0

This series continues to surprise me. The issues are much better than I originally expected, and I am very excited to read the next one. In this issue Bruce finally loses control of the Hulk. He transforms and that is where the action begins. The cover of this issue wasn't as good as the covers of the past few issues, but I've seen worse covers.I give this issue 5/5 stars....

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The Incredible Hulk #41 0

This issue not only has a really cool looking cover, but it also contains a thrilling story. Bruce Banner is desperately trying to reign the Hulk in, but it's getting harder by the minute. The true identities of the so called "FBI" remain a mystery, and on top of that, there is a sniper waiting to fire on anyone in the store. This issue is has a lot of tension, and is a worthy story of The Incredible Hulk's name.I give this issue 5/5 stars....

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Good Issue 0

This issue is a fantastic issue of The Incredible Hulk. Bruce Banner arrives in a new town, and its citizens aren't the happiest people he's ever met. He enters a convenience store and that's when everything goes wrong. This issue didn't really have anything to do with the last arc, which is nice because I didn't enjoy the last arc very much.I give this issue 5/5 stars....

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Hulk's Reign Continues 0

This issue is much better than the last two. It has more mysteries, and also reveals the truth about who the father of Ricky really is. This issue also adds more to the mystery that is Sandra Verdugo. It also makes Slater more suspicious. He's not just a regular person, and neither is Sandra. The last page produces a great cliffhanger. I am glad that The Incredible Hulk seems to have stopped its bad streak.I give this issue 4.5/5 stars....

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Alright 0

This issue isn't anything special. So far The Incredible Hulk seems to be losing its steam. This issue continues Slater and Sandra Verdugo's journey to capture/kill the Hulk. We also learn at the end of the issue that Sandra Verdugo is a very special person, who could end up playing a major role in the future.I give this issue 3/5 stars....

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Meh 0

This issue isn't the greatest. I much preferred the previous few issues compared to this one. This issue just didn't have the charm that the last issues did. Though I did like the scene when Bruce realized that in order to save a man's life he would have to turn into the Hulk. I didn't particularly like this issue, but it was okay overall.I give this issue 2.5/5....

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Interesting 0

This issue isn't as good as the last two, but is can hold its own against them. This issue introduces the character of Slater. He and another woman are ordered to kill the Hulk. The moments in this issue with Bruce Banner are what make this issue shine.I give this issue 4/5 stars....

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Hulk's Return to Greatness 0

This issue is one of the best issues of any comic that I have ever read. The silence throughout the issue is a great way for John Romita Jr. to show what a masterful artist he is to be able to tell an entire story without using a single word. This issue is another great entry in the Hulk saga.I give this issue 5/5 stars....

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Incredible 0

This issue is focused mostly on Bruce Banner, which is nice for a change. It characterizes him perfectly. He is a man who is sad and truly sorry for the mistakes that he has made in the past. He just wants to continue his life without having to worry about the Hulk. This issue is very similar to The Incredible Hulk 2008 movie. I would recommend this issue to anyone who wants a great jumping on point to start reading The Incredible Hulk.I give this issue 5/5 stars....

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Fantastic! 0

I'm not honestly a big Fantastic Four fan, but I had heard that Jonathan Hickman did a great job on FF, so I decided to check out this issue. This issue is one of the best comic books that I have ever read. The art is superb, and the story is engrossing. Even if you don't like the FF, I would still highly recommend this issue.I give this issue of Fantastic Four a 5/5 for making me a fan of Marvel's first family....

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