Incredible Hulk: The End #1
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Incredible Hulk: The End #1

Writer: Peter David Artist: Dale Keown Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: June 26, 2002 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 4
7.5Critic Rating
8.5User Rating

When there's nobody left on the Earth but Bruce Banner, how can Hulk prove he's the strongest one there is?

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 8, 2002

    This book is sure to find its way into the collection of the Hulk fans who were around during the height of Peter David's run on the "Incredible Hulk", and I can't imagine many of them being disappointed by this one-shot, as it's a powerful story that demonstrates why Peter David should be considered the consummate Hulk writer. This one-shot offers up a fairly disheartening look at Bruce Banner's relationship with the beast inside him, as we see that they've almost become hated enemies who can never confront each other directly. Now the general theme is quite similar to the recent "Banner" miniseries, as we see the Hulk actively working to keep Banner from ending their lives, but this time Banner's suicidal tendencies stem more from his being weary of life on a dead planet, then from a crushing sense of guilt. In the end the story is a rather depressing look at a possible ending to the Hulk saga, but it's also a welcome return visit by one of the best creative teams the Hulk ever had. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    AIPT - Kyle Matz Feb 13, 2020

    The stories themselves, Future Imperfect in particular, are fantastic, but its careless treatment of sensitive subject matter and the dryness of The Last Titan bring the reading experience down significantly. Read Full Review

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