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Last issue it seemed like the first Incredible Hulk series had jumped the shark in it's first year - and this issue confirms it. It features two stories where The Hulk takes on unremarkable stock supervillains. The first story 'Beauty and the Beast' has a subterranean, would-be world conqueror, and his underground army (no, not the Mole Man - it must be getting really crowded down there with all these underground armies) enslaving the Hulk. Predictably, Hulk escapes and runs amok eventually bri...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
In what is probably the worst Hulk issue yet, this month we see the new switch on/switch off Hulk battle it out with a maniac who lives at the centre of the Earth, can see anything and project himself anywhere as an image, and yet feels compelled to take down The Hulk just because. And what’s with all these villains taking up refuge in the centre of the Earth? I know, I know; it was 1963 and back then this seemed like a pretty cool, mildly entertaining concept… fair enough. But we’ve seen it too...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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