Incredible Hulk #80

Writer: Peter David Artist: Lee Weeks Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: April 6, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 2
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It was just over thirty years ago that the Hulk fought a sawed-off, scrappy Canadian named Wolverine. And on the island where nothing is as it seems, he's returned--exactly as he was back then--to try and carve himself a piece of the Hulk. With an ending that you absolutely cannot miss!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Apr 15, 2005

    Lee Weeks continues to impress, and while this may be an active choice on his part, I do have to openly wonder why he hasn't found his way on to a monthly title, and based on his performance on this arc, I'd love it if his run on the Hulk was extended as he's doing a fantastic job capturing the duel nature of our book's lead. I mean the main reason why the flashback material are proving to be so successful is due to the art's ability to capture the decidedly evil intent of the Hulk, persona, as how can one not love the Hulk's expression when he reveals the surprise that he's put in the school basement. The art also manages to deliver a couple images that are sure to leave readers visually sunned, as the panel where Wolverine charges Banner is a truly frightening shot of the character, and the big impact shot where Banner discovers his theory was wrong is a jaw-dropper. I also loved the panel where the Hulk brushed off Wolverine's frenzied attack, and the arrival of the surprise villain Read Full Review

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