Incredible Hulk #2

    Incredible Hulk » Incredible Hulk #2 - Hulk: Asunder, Part Two released by Marvel on January 2012.

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    Hulk: Asunder, Part Two last edited by Darkside_of_the_Sun on 05/25/20 12:06AM View full history

    The Hulk and Bruce Banner are now separate entities but still at odds with one another. The Hulk has been assigned to take Banner down...but Bruce isn't going without a fight.

    Some Issue Highlights:

    • Banner's split is still taking a toll, driving his sanity and everyone he loves away.
    • Betty learns the unfortunate truth of her and Bruce's "vacation" to a deserted island.
    • Banner's subjects are still searching for the perfect specimen.
    • Amanda Von Doom keeps pestering the Hulk for assistance, and introduces him to the "Mad Squad" (Mister Gor, B.R.A.I.N and many Killer Robots).
    • Amanda, her Mad Squad and Hulk take an unwanted swim with some very disgruntled sea creatures.
    • Hulk gets mad , leaving Amanda and her Mad Squad wanting.
    • Banner's subjects are sent to kill Hulk and everything Hulk loves (Moloids). - which is the reason for the Next Issue's eerie cover:

    EXTRA!!: There is a 5 page Exclusive Preview of Avengers: X-Sanction #1 at the end of this issue. The following characters/teams are in this preview:

    • Avengers
    • Captain America
    • Red Hulk
    • Spider-Man
    • Iron Man
    • Falcon
    • Wolverine
    • Lethal Legion
    • Living Laser
    • Whirlwind
    • Grim Reaper
    • Radioactive Man
    • Cable (as sniper)


    • This "exclusive" preview exists in almost all the new issues.
    • The Marvel Variant Edition Cover is a homage of the cover of Iron Man #128.


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    Banner SMASH? 0

    The GoodRight from the start we get some back story about how Banner ended up on this remote island performing experiments on various animals. Aaron does an amazing job showing the fragile relationship between Banner and Betty and how he cannot hide his obsession with his work. Even in Banner's facial expressions it's hard to find any sense of humanity. Silvestri's work is outstanding; all the faces have incredible detail and the action sequences really come alive.The BadThe jump between artists...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Aww...Hulk wanted to smash more ugly green sharks.... 0

    After the first issue introducing the green giant’s new life, this issue focuses more on Banner as he is quickly seems to be turning into a villain. Making me remember long ago that Bruce once said that the hulk was protecting the world from him…..could this statement have been true all along? Was banner always meant to do wrong? These answers are not here but it’s another solid issue.We start the issue with Betty who is trying to give her marriage a second chance by enjoying a nice sunny day in...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Hulk Swim (for a little while anyway) 0

    THE GOODAttractive women abound. Wow. Yeah, Betty Ross has never looked so good, regardless what form she takes. And Amanda Von Doom, nice. As not to sound completely sexist, Banner and the Hulk looked good too. ;) But on a more serious note, it did feel overly charged with sexual tension, something that probably could have been avoided. Nevertheless, the story, and some of the background information was a nice addition (as the first issue really threw us right into the "NOW". I did like the int...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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