Incredible Hulk #83

Writer: Peter David Artist: Jorge Lucas Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: July 6, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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In the Australian outback, Bruce Banner has found a peace he's never known amongst a tribe of Aborigines. But when their safety is threatened by a battle between a sect of AIM and the ruling totalitarian mutant government, the Hulk is forced to intervene in a BIG way. A House of M tie-in as the aforementioned "House" discovers that there is one mortal in all the world who can stand against it, and he's drawing an incredible line in the sand, setting a stage for an unprecedented showdown. The Hulk like you've never seen him before!!!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 21, 2005

    Jorge Lucas is a very good artist, as I'm always pleased to see his name gracing the credit box, though there are times when I wish he offered up a little more variety to his cookie cutter bodies. There are confusing moments during scenes where characters gather together in a group, and you have to take that extra moment to remind yourself which surface accessory goes with what character, as they all look the same. Still the most important detail when it comes to this title is the job that the artist does on the Hulk, and while I've seen the transformation scene hundreds of times, how can one not be impressed when the Hulk makes his first appearance in this issue? The art also has some fun with the Hulk's battle with Unus the Untouchable, particularly the panel where the Hulk starts kicking him around like a soccer ball. I also have to mention the cover as it would appear that Marvel have found themselves a pretty impressive Ian Churchill clone, and I'd be curious to see if Andy Br Read Full Review

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