Incredible Hulk #46

Writer: Bruce Jones Artist: Stuart Immonen Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 21, 2002

    Another issue of where the Hulk doesn't show up, but Bruce Jones continues to offer up a very convincing case that Banner's struggles are far more engaging. Now I do think that he overplays the nightmarish appearances by the murdered woman, but the how & why of her murder certainly has my utmost attention. This issue also brings Agent Pratt back into the picture, and the character is a lot more engaging this time out, as he's not obsessing over Coleridge's Albatross, but rather he's in fine form as he torments the delirious Banner (and us readers) with vague, half-form answers, and also proves to be quite the trigger happy little psychopath. Now I'll admit there are times when the material can be a little too cloudy, and while I'm sure Bruce Jones will address all the lingering questions, there are moments in this issue where it feels like the ground is a little too uncertain. I mean, instead of answers we seem to be getting more questions, and thus far very little in the way of resolu Read Full Review

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