Incredible Hulk #43

Writer: Bruce Jones Artist: Lee Weeks Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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A drugged and helpless Bruce Banner has been abducted by the mysterious Agent Pratt -- but to what end? As Sally Riker rushes to the rescue, Pratt offers Banner major clues as to who is after him -- and what they want from him. Can Sally save Banner from Pratt? Or must Banner dig down deep inside himself and tap and old friend for help?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 29, 2002

    While I'm sure this issue probably read better if one is familiar with the poem that the villain keeps alluding to over the course of the issue, there's still quite a bit to enjoy in this issue, including an unintentional moment of dark humor where we see Officer Sally rescues Banner by accidentally shooting him in the head. It's moments like this that I find myself wishing that Bruce Jones allowed the Hulk to actually speak, as I'd have loved to get the dumb Hulk's reaction to the idea that this is the second time that he's been brought into being after Banner got himself shot in the head. Also while Agent Pratt's death was suppose to be a shocking finish to the arc I simply couldn't get the image of Yaphet Kotto's hilarious death scene from the Bond film "Live and Let Die" out of my mind. As you probably can tell I actually managed to turn this fairly serious-minded affair into a collection of silly ideas, but I still found the book quite enjoyable, so it earns itself a recommendatio Read Full Review

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