The Incredible Hulk, Vol. 2: Boiling Point

The Incredible Hulk Vol Boiling Point Bruce Banner is found hiding in plain sight at a roadside convenience store caught abruptly between a gun wielding madman a constricting circle of local police and dark predatory forces

  • Title: The Incredible Hulk, Vol. 2: Boiling Point
  • Author: Bruce Jones
  • ISBN: 9780785109051
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Incredible Hulk, Vol. 2: Boiling Point

    Bruce Banner is found hiding in plain sight at a roadside convenience store caught abruptly between a gun wielding madman, a constricting circle of local police and dark, predatory forces.

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    One thought on “The Incredible Hulk, Vol. 2: Boiling Point

    1. L. McCoy

      Umm I have nothing for the first sentence so I'll just get right into it.What's it about?A guy tries robbing a convenience store and one of the people there is actually Bruce Banner and then it's all downhill from there.Why it gets 5 stars:The story's interesting.The characters are interesting, not just Hulk.The art is freaking fantastic! I absolutely love it!It's a bit unpredictable.Lots of great action in this one. This is a book about a giant green rage monster after all.The ending is really [...]

    2. Reed

      The second volume of Bruce Jones' Hulk run lacks the immediate excitement of the first volume (which is the best). Unfortunately this is a series that digresses in quality as it moves forward, so if you are interested in it, don't move past this volume - no matter what the cliffhanger leaves you with.

    3. Martin

      As established in The Incredible Hulk, Vol. 1: Return of the Monster, Bruce Banner is on the run a shadowy organisation is after him, and the mysterious Mr.Blue is helping him evade his pursuers.The suspense continues in this volume, as Banner is taken hostage in a convenience store, and the county's hostage negotiator must relinquish her duties to newly-arrived Agent Pratt [ostensibly of the FBI]. Pratt knows about Banner's real identity and about the troubles he's running from, and it won't sp [...]

    4. Timo

      Siitä huolimatta, että tämän innoissaan mielenkiinnolla luki, niin ei tämä yhtä hyvä ollut kuin Jonesin ensimmäinen Hulk kokonaisuus.Ehkä se oli John Romita Jr.:n taiteen puuttuminen ja ihan pätevän Lee Weeksin tuleminen tilalle, ehkä se oli nuo loputtomat Coleridge sitaatit. Mutta se lopullinen potku täydellisyyteen jäi puuttumaan.

    5. Richard Guion

      Doc Samson gets more involved in this 2nd volume of Bruce Jones' storyline, loads of fun as two assassins join the hunt for Banner. A little more Hulk than the last volume. Romita's artwork was very well done.

    6. Jim

      reminds me of theroy thomas, marv wolfman, elliot s! maggin superhero stories of the seventies. the first hulk story in years i've loved. uses the Rime of the Ancient Marnier as background story. this was the kind of comic writing that first got people using comics in classrooms.

    7. Michael

      More of the same goodness as the first volume. The new Incredible Hulk movie owes more to this series than Zak Penn would like to admit, I'm sure.

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