Lee Weeks is a welcome sight on this book as he brings a sense of clarity to the story that makes it quite easy to get caught up in the sheer spectacle of the action. I mean there's quite a bit going on these pages, as there's a number of abrupt flashback moments, and a couple of plot developments take place largely off panel that the art manages to insert clearly into the story without any sense of confusion. The art also manages to have a grand old time delivering the large scale action of the clash between the two Hulks as how can one's inner fanboy not do a little happy dance when the real Hulk delivers the classic hand clap attack, or draw equally giddy pleasure from the panel where the real Hulk delivers the double fisted smash. In the end the art does exactly what the story needs it to; it offers up a visually exciting show that deftly manages to balance the large scale action with the intrigue of the quieter moments. Read Full Review
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