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The Incredible Hulk one of the best old comics around 0

This comic is a great origin story for this character if I had this comic I'd probably read it at least 3 times a week. I love how the make Igor a russian spy trying to get the information to create the weapon. What I think is very great also is The Hulk kicks some russian and millitary butt in THE FIRST ISSUE!! Now I may be one of the bigger hulk fans on comicvine but it you like action, Hulk,grey Hulk, and Suspicion , This is your comic!...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

The Incredible Hulk #1 0

The first issue of Hulk is pretty interesting. It seems pretty clear that Marvel had no idea what to do with the character early on, as the Hulk's appearance and how Bruce Banner transforms into the Hulk changes pretty frequently in these early issues. Hulk is gray here, for example. Marvel isn't the only company that seems to have a hard time figuring out what to do with the Hulk, as neither of the last two movies seemed to know what direction to take the character in.   The level of atomic age...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.


By The Angry Comic Book Critic       Well we've discussed the origins of both the Avengers residential geniuses so why don't we take a look at their Not So Jolly Green Giant the ever smashing HULK. So we have another creation here by none other than the legends Stan Lee and Jack Kirby a character who probably has the world's worst case of roid rage cause whenever he goes hulk he smashes the living shit out of anything in sight. Now out of all the characters in comics I've seen the hulk is probab...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

The BEST of the Early Marvel Titles 0

While the Fantastic Four, Thor and the Avengers were all destined to become classics, none of them were really great right from the first issue. Such is not the case with The Incredible Hulk. While at first glance it may seem like the Hulk was a loner do-over of the Thing, there was something much more ominous about the Hulk - while The Thing was a reluctant hero, it was hard to call The Hulk a hero at all.  Aside from the science, which is quaintly Silver Age (and probably laughable to anyone w...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The Coming of the Hulk 0

Another first for the medium (as far as I can see) in that Lee not only devotes an entire book to a single monster, but puts him in the role of protagonist up against someone else who wants to destroy and terrorize and all that evil stuff. What’s most interesting about this is that despite only being a handful of issues into their Superhero Rebirth titleFantastic Four, Lee and Kirby are already reconstructing what it means to be a hero. As an origin story, it’s bit tighter than the Four’s debut,...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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