Incredible Hulk #69

Writer: Bruce Jones Artist: Dougie Braithwaite Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Apr 4, 2004

    My enthusiasm for Bruce Jones work has been on the decline as of late, but I will give him credit for offering up a couple unexpected revelations in this issue. The first would be the scene where Banner's evil double casts some doubt on the intentions of one of Banner's close allies, and the second more ominous moment in this issue involves the fate of the clone, as the panels where we are given a look at the body, it would appear that the Hulk that Doc Samson and Betty encounter would be the real deal, while the one walking off into the sunset would be his clone. Now the first surprise revelation makes a fair bit of sense as I've found the behavior of the character to be a little off, so making this character an agent of the Secret Conspiracy would explain a great deal. As for the latter surprise I have to say I'm not quite sure what to make of it, as on one hand it means the clone is still running around, which is an idea that I can't say I'm overly fond of, but on the other hand Br Read Full Review

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