After last week’s major turning point we get…. a Christmas themed fight with The Rhino?!?!?
No, not a dream, not a hoax, but a flashback issue, which becomes a fitting goodbye for the gray Hulk, as we throw in his brief tenure as a member of the “New” Fantastic Four.
So long, Gray Goliath.
THE BIG ONE!
The turning point is here, and The Hulk will never be the same- and that isn’t just lip service.
Zaki Hassan, of Zaki’s Corner and the Huffington Post, joins a returning Michael Bailey to cover one of the signature issues in the entire run of Peter David on The Incredible Hulk.
After Bruce Banner’s psyche is torn asunder, Doc Samson ventures into the mind of Bruce Banner to find peace for both the gray Hulk, and the green Hulk- and finally cure Bruce Banner.
But, the results, and the journey, prove to be surprising.
We are one issue away from one of the biggest events in the entire Hulk saga, and everything explodes here.
After everything that has happened since the Ground Zero story line, Bruce Banner has been pushed to the brink, with his gray and green alter egos at war with themselves, and Rick’s new girlfriend is the match that sets the flame to the powder keg.
This leads to one of the craziest, and most unique Hulk battles of all time, and a fight that will leave Bruce Banner broken in ways he never thought possible- But, Doc Samson has a plan to fix Bruce Banner and The Hulk once and for all.
It begins, true-believers, a whole month looking at the Incredible Hulk throughout the 1960′s.
From his short-lived solo series, to his Resurrection in Tales to Astonish, and his debut on the small screen.
It’s all here as we look at the 1960′s, and the awesomeness that was THE INCREDIBLE HULK’S formative years.