Incredible Hulk #68

Writer: Bruce Jones Artist: Dougie Braithwaite Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 17, 2004

    Spider-Man readers are going to look upon this issue with a great degree of trepidation as Bruce Jones has set up a situation where Bruce Banner squares off against a clone, and the issue ends with situation that created no end of grief over in the pages of Spider-Man. Still, if I cast out all the concerns that are tied to my having slogged through the Spider Clone saga, I guess I can say that Bruce Jones manages to tap into a exciting situation as the idea of the Hulk squaring off against a double who is able to match him pound for pound when it comes to raw strength, and is able to surpass him when it come to sheer ruthlessness, than I have to say the final page of this looks rather promising. Now the material dealing with Betty. Banner, Doc Samson and Nadia feels a bit like a bad soap opera, but I will concede that Bruce Jones manages to keep it from going too far down that road, as Banner's clone arrives in time to put a lid on the situation. There's also some fun dialogue as Banne Read Full Review

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