Hulk/Wolverine: Six Hours #3

Writer: Bruce Jones Artist: Scott Kolins Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 7, 2003

    If I wasn't reading his work over on the monthly Hulk title I probably would be able to enjoy this miniseries as a harmless pairing of two characters who have a storied history. However, I know for a fact that Bruce Jones can do far better than this, and the story is sticking to a well worn path that really isn't all that clever, nor is it really all that exciting. The villain of the piece does look like he'll make a solid opponent for Wolverine, but to this end the story fails to take into consideration that it also has to find something for the Hulk to do that is equally enjoyable, as thus far Banner's role in this miniseries has been quite disappointing. The interaction between the two heroes has also been quite a letdown, as the only thing they really seem to be doing is discussing the plot, which really isn't complex enough to merit so much discussion. Read Full Review

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