Scott Kolins is clearly found the perfect Marvel title as he's called upon to deliver pretty much twenty-plus pages of non-stop action, from the explosive opening exchange between the Fantastic Four and the evil Iron Man, to the always enjoyable raging Hulk, as a seriously ticked off jade giant tries to smash the two annoyances that are attacking him. The art also gets the opportunity to offer up an always enjoyable clash between technology and magic, as Doctor Strange steps up to the plate with his Crimson Bands of Cyttorak, only to discover the evil Iron Man has another card to play. The art also does some nice work on the facial expressions, from Ben's face when he learns the evil Iron Man is from another dimension, to Johnny's face when he discovers he's no longer able to fly. The last page arrival of a surprise guest-star was also nicely done, as the character looks quite intimidating. Read Full Review
I'm not overly fond of a massively bestial Hulk. Kollins makes the Hulk look not just monstrous but also evil, and like it or not, Hulk still is supposed to be a hero. At least with Gorilla Grodd you had the excuse of his being a villain. Read Full Review
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