Jae Lee is a wonderfully unique artist in an industry that is full of far too many artists who offer up styles that bear a striking resemblance to another hot artist. In fact, one of the most refreshing things about Jae Lee's work is that one can instantly tell it's his work, and while his work is a bit limited when it comes to the type of story that it can tell, it's a perfect match for this issue's ghost story, as the foggy night-time setting that are the streets of London are perfectly captured by the art. I also love Jae Lee's take on the Hulk as he looks like a big, brutish thug, and how can one not love the unsettling quality of the transformation scenes? The opening change is particularly impressive, as the sheer rage in those eyes is utterly amazing. There's also a nice encounter scene where the Hulk confronts a potential suspect, as how can one not love the Hulk's face as he struggles to remember what one blink means? The cover visual to this issue is also an amazing piec Read Full Review
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