I came on board with Bruce Jones work quite early in his run, and I found the first year and change of the Secret Conspiracy to be highly engaging with ever mysterious group and its operatives that came back to life even after they taking a bullet to the head. However, as the story continues I became increasingly disillusioned with the idea that the big mystery wasn't really going anywhere all that interesting, and much like the X-Files final season it reached the point where my desire for answers was overpowered by the simple desire for it to be over. That's why I'm a little wary about this arc as Bruce Jones looks to be on the verge of diving into yet another mystery as Betty offers up a story of yet another mysterious group who brought her back to life for their ever mysterious reasons. I also found Doc Samson's inability to accept the concept of cryogenics as a reality a bit silly when Captain America is a walking, talking example that it is possible, and the Marvel Universe is jam Read Full Review
Where is the Hulk? We don't see him at all this issue. Last issue he was only on one page. Isn't this comic book supposed to be about a certain big green goliath? So where is he? It seems this comic is more about Bruce's love interests and him getting into bed. Is this a soap opera or a super-hero comic book? Where are the big heroic battles? I'd settle even for a small itsy bitsy one. The Hulk needs to dust off his knuckles and use them. Read Full Review
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