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Peter David's 100-plus-issue run on INCREDIBLE HULK remains one of the character's most popular periods. Now, see how it all began in David's first string of Hulk stories as the gray-skinned goliath – or is that the sardonic strongman? – leaps into action against horrors from the grave, the stars and the house next door! Featuring the revitalization of one of the Hulk's longtime foes, the Leader! Guest-starring the original X-Men!

Collects INCREDIBLE HULK #331-339.

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Hulk Gets More Dark And Gritty! 0

There are Many Good writers, but there are only a few as good as peter david. When the idea of Hulk being grey and weaker than his usual self first came up, it must have been hard being accustomed to this change when You are used to a big green behemoth who is "the strongest there is", not to mention the fact that hulk Was supposed to be much more sinister in comparison to having a mind of a 5 year old. But god Dammit this was one of the greatest works on the hulk ever done by anyone.Peter David...

10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

The Difference Between Green and Grey 0

This review was originally posted on my website Imagination Centre (here).Peter David is probably one of the most well loved Hulk writers over the years, with his run being considered one of the best on the character. I however have unfortunately never read any of this run, as although I am a huge fan of the stories I've read from David, as well as Hulk himself I have never gotten round to reading his Hulk run. I am however rectifying that now having just bout this first volume of his Visionarie...

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

TBT: When Todd McFarlane's Art Didn't Objectively Suck 0

First and foremost: It's not Thursday, not where I live, but I don't care enough to come up with a new title. Second of all; Maybe you like McFarlane's art now(or since the Wolverine issue of this very series), but ever since he's been doing his own inks, I often neglect to buy his work. But here in this first volume he, and his art, really shine.This volume picks up after something, I don't know what's happening, but I have a vague idea; a team of scientists(including Bruce and Betty) with fanc...

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