Incredible Hulk #84

Writer: Peter David Artist: Jorge Lucas Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: July 20, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 3
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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 Aug 11, 2005

    There are moments where I find myself wishing Jorge Lucas work had been inked with a lighter touch as there are panels where the line work was a little heavy, and the dark sections made it a little difficult to follow the action on the page. Still, there are some lovely big impact visuals in this issue, starting with the panel where we discover how the Hulk is slipping the A.I.M. Submarine past Exodus' defences, and there's also a nice visual moment where we see the city showered by leaflets. Also while the character doesn't get much panel time in this issue, the moments where the Hulk does make an appearance do have considerable impact, from the one page spread where the character towers over the A.I.M. leader, to the sequence where Exodus reacts to the Hulk's impossible recovery. I also have to say that I loved the cover to this issue, as while the House of M cover copy eats up the available space, Andy Brase makes full use of the space available to leave me very impressed, and I'll Read Full Review

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