Incredible Hulk #75

Writer: Bruce Jones Artist: Darick Robertson, Tom Palmer Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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All will be revealed in this arc - including the identity of the man behind the sneering lips! When Banner awakens in a post-apocalyptic future, his problems are just beginning. The mastermind behind the plot that made him a fugitive has big plans for the Hulk.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Aug 17, 2004

    I haven't been keeping track of who was supposed to be taking over as the new artist in the aftermath of Mike Deodato Jr.'s departure, but I'd be delighted if Darick Robertson was the new regular artist, as he a fantastic artist, and as he shows on this issue, he's got a firm grasp on his delivery of the big impact moments that are essential to this series. For example that double page spread of the Hulk's rampage through the city was a fantastic visual introduction to the character, and there's an equally impressive shot of the Hulk later in the issue as he slams into a squad car. I also have to say that I rather enjoyed the cover visual, as the Hulk has an almost photo-realistic feel to him. Read Full Review

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