Incredible Hulk #51

Writer: Bruce Jones Artist: Mike Deodato Jr. Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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The Abomination has agreed to join Home Base's cause under his own terms. A series of double crosses gets a rogue operative closer to the mysterious DVD that contains the true identity of Mr. Blue.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 20, 2003

    Another solid issue, though I must concede that I'm starting to get a bit tired of this book's unwillingness to offer up any real insight into why this group is pursuing the Hulk. Yes, we know they want a blood sample from the Hulk, but given the sheer amount of resources they look to have at their disposal, on does have to wonder why they are employing such elaborate plans. I mean this issue Nadia is able to render Banner unconscious, but no effort is made to take advantage of this seemingly ideal opportunity to take him into custody. Instead they appear to be hinging their hopes upon the Abomination being able to take down the Hulk, and they are using Nadia as a means of egging the Abomination on. Now this book is a great display of mood & atmosphere, and the book is always able to keep the intrigue level quite high, but it would be nice to see the Secret Conspiracy goals outlined a bit more, as right now they are a little to evasive an enemy to really grab my attention. Read Full Review

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