Incredible Hulk #44

Writer: Bruce Jones Artist: Stuart Immonen Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Aug 27, 2002

    A delightfully engaging done-in-one issue, as the spotlight is handed over to occasional supporting cast member, Doc Samson. Bruce Jone offers up a very clever little tale where we see the group that's currently gunning for the Hulk comes up with a fairly innovative plan of locating Banner, and as the story builds up to the point where it looks like Banner's as good as caught, Bruce Jones pulls off a great little slight of hand. I mean when this issue ended I was kicking myself that I hadn't taken notice of the glaring flaw that had been made by the villains, or even guessed that there was a trick ending in the making. In any event, as a diehard fan of "The Fugitive" (the original series, not the recent remake), I've balked at the comparison many reviewers have made about Bruce Jones work on this book being comparable work, as while the material has been very strong, it never came close to matching that series' ability to make me believe our hero was backed in a corner he couldn't poss Read Full Review

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