Incredible Hulk #81

Writer: Peter David Artist: Lee Weeks Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: May 25, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 2
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"Tempest Fugit" Part 5 of 5
We can't tell you everything that happens in this issue simply because it will destroy the shock ending of the previous issue. So instead, just know this: The secret of Monster Island stands revealed, the Hulk is faced with a shocking surprise, we learn the outcome of Bruce's high school catastrophe, and fans will scream when they see the last panel.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jun 7, 2005

    I'm a little disappointed to see Lee Week's isn't sticking around, as he's the ideal artist for this title. He turns in another fine showing on this issue, as he does a lovely job of keeping this issue's rather confusing plot quite easy to follow. The art also provides effective scene transitions, from the unsettling quality of the opening sequence with Banner locked up in a padded cell, to the ever so impressive moment where we are briefly lead to believe that the true villain is Mephisto, as the art perfectly captures the hellish quality of his domain. The big off panel moment where the Hulk's final response to the villain's last bid to grab his attention was effective as well. The unexpected quality of this moment is extremely well presented. I also have to give a big thumbs up for the fun spin on the classic Frank Frazetta's Conan cover visual, as how can one not smile after getting a look at this cover? Plus, I'm a big fan of Jae Lee so I'm looking forward to the next issue. Read Full Review

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