Incredible Hulk #76

Writer: Bruce Jones Artist: Dougie Braithwaite Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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The secret behind the plot that made the Hulk a fugitive, and the big plans for big green!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 1, 2004

    Dougie Braithwaite does a nice job with the action sequences as the Hulk has a overwhelming quality as he smashes his way through the book. The visual design of the Leader also had a nice creepy quality to it, though it is a little too reminiscent of the Kree Supreme Intelligence. The issue also has a powerful scene where a character is knocked off, and this is followed up with an equally impressive scene where the Hulk lashes out at the person he holds responsible for this death. The final moments of the issue where Bruce finds himself being verbally attacked also manages to deftly capture the emotions of all the players involved. I also have to say I'm continually impressed by the cover visuals that this book offers up, as we get a clever cover design, and yet another wonderfully creepy image of the Hulk. Read Full Review

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