Incredible Hulk #49

Writer: Bruce Jones Artist: Stuart Immonen Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jan 16, 2003

    As seems to be the case on this title, this issue manages to create the illusion that it's resolving its conflicts, and to a certain extent it actually does manage to do away with Agent Pratt. However, the overriding threat that is the Secret Conspiracy continues to remain largely hidden in the shadows, and just when you think you have a grasp on what they are looking to achieve, Bruce Jones throws in a completely new element that leaves you with even more questions. This issue does offer up something that should make Hulk fans sit up and take notice, as this issue offers up an extended visit by the character, and what's more he actually talks, so we get to see what personality Bruce Jones appears to have chosen for the character. Still, while this book continues to be a highly entertaining exercise in how to build suspense, next month's more traditional event is a welcome sight, as we'll actually get a plot that presumably will be resolved at the end of the arc. Read Full Review

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