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Punchy

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Postby Punchy » Fri Nov 18, 2011 11:20 am

It’s been talked about a lot in the comics ‘media’, but this issue really is an artistic mess, I was distracted from the story because I was trying to work out whether Silvestri, Tan or Portacio drew each page. But apart from the art, this was another damn good Hulk comic, and one which made me like the high concept for this book a lot more. At the end of #1, Bruce Banner’s heel turn seemed kind of stupid and out of the blue, but this issue rationalises it and explains it. The scene between Bruce and Betty was really strong stuff. I also dig the healthy amount of craziness Aaron throws into this issue, stuff like a former Igor becoming a secret agent and BRAIN, the weird jellyfish thing that likes Jazz. Aaron has a knack for this kind of stuff, and he’s really getting to stretch his legs here, more so than on any book since his Ghost Rider.
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guitarsmashley

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Postby guitarsmashley » Fri Nov 18, 2011 11:27 am

Punchy wrote:It’s been talked about a lot in the comics ‘media’, but this issue really is an artistic mess, I was distracted from the story because I was trying to work out whether Silvestri, Tan or Portacio drew each page. But apart from the art, this was another damn good Hulk comic, and one which made me like the high concept for this book a lot more. At the end of #1, Bruce Banner’s heel turn seemed kind of stupid and out of the blue, but this issue rationalises it and explains it. The scene between Bruce and Betty was really strong stuff. I also dig the healthy amount of craziness Aaron throws into this issue, stuff like a former Igor becoming a secret agent and BRAIN, the weird jellyfish thing that likes Jazz. Aaron has a knack for this kind of stuff, and he’s really getting to stretch his legs here, more so than on any book since his Ghost Rider.


They really need to sort out the artistic nightmare this book is. But Aaron as almost always is knocking out of the park.
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rdrsfn82

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Postby rdrsfn82 » Fri Nov 18, 2011 12:19 pm

This book is awful so far. I really hope it gets better.

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