Incredible Hulk #45

Writer: Bruce Jones Artist: Stuart Immonen Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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Banner finds himself in a strange city in a stranger's bed, and he can't keep his thoughts together long enough to figure out wants happening. Then when the woman sharing Banner's bed shows up dead in the closet, Agent Pratt maybe the only one with answers.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 24, 2002

    Bruce Jones is a masterful storyteller, and I thank the lucky stars that Joe Quesada got his hands on Axel Alonso, who in turn got Bruce Jones on this book, as while I'm a big fan of Peter David work, I'm starting to think this is the best this book has ever been. This opening issue of this latest arc is a moody, highly intense mystery that has Banner placed in yet another situation where his ability to turn into an unstoppable engine of destruction isn't going to resolve his problem. What's more Bruce Jones has developed a genuinely compelling mystery, as while it's clear that Banner was set up to play the patsy in this murder scheme, the question remains how exactly they managed to pull this off this highly impressive frame up, and what do they hope to gain. The last page of this issue also delivers a delightfully unexpected surprise, though looking back I guess we should've expected something like this. Read Full Review

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