Hulk/Wolverine: Six Hours #2

Writer: Bruce Jones Artist: Scott Kolins Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Feb 2, 2003

    There are elements to the miniseries where one simply has to ignore the high degree of coincidences that tie everything together, as Wolverine's involvement in this story has come about in a manner that can only be described as extremely unlikely, and when this is combined with the close proximity of a super-powered killer named Shredder, the story really struggles to maintain it's credibility. However, the simple fact of the matter is that the ticking time clock does a very nice job of cranking up the tension, and Banner & Wolverine make for an interesting duo, as there's always the potential for the two of them to be at each others throats when they should be working together. Bruce Jones also does a fairly nice job of making Shedder into a genuinely chilling figure, which is quite a feat considering the sheer number of clawed villains that were dumped upon the comic landscape in the 1990s, as writers attempted the create the next Wolverine. Read Full Review

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