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Spy versus spy meets gamma-powered mayhem as Red She-Hulk (Hulk's estranged wife Betty Banner), partners with a
mysterious villain to steal an ancient artifact of unimaginable power. Now it's up to Banner… Bruce Banner, to save the
world -- and possibly his marriage. But will Secret Agent Banner be able to keep his domestic affairs from turning into an international Hulk-off? It’s a story that will leave you shaken, stirred and SMASHED from "Planet Hulk" writer Greg Pak and superstar penciller Tom Grummet!

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A Pirrhic Victory 0

This is the conclusion of this spy concept story of the Hulk and though it was amusing seeing Hulk as a James Bond, Betty as as Bond girl, Tyrannus as the villain that wants to conquer the world and rule over Rome once more, Amadeus as Q and other feats that remind a 007 flick, I don´t think this is the kind of genre that fits the Hulk and the whole plot and dialogues (especially the ones between Tyrannus and Dr. Sofia Di Cosimo) were boring and unninteresting - When it finally seemed that the H...

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