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Bruce Banner comes to the point where he must dose himself with deadly Gamma Rays to fight on…

"The Abomination!" - Sent on a rampage by The Stranger, the Hulk sets out to destroy mankind's greatest weapons, but the strain of trying to think about which weapons are most advanced causes Hulk to revert to Bruce Banner. Banner, fearing he will return to The Strangers task upon his next transformation, plans to bombard himself with a lethal dose of Gamma Rays. But, when a spy takes the Gamma burst instead, he's transformed into a being even more powerful than the Hulk - The Abomination!



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The Best and Worst Hulk Story in Awhile 0

This is both one of the best, and one of the worst Hulk stories of the late 1960s.  The art, while not particularly bad, is unremarkable, so that's all that needs be said about that. The story - at least the first half - is filled with nonsensical things. For one the Hulk conveniently reverts to Banner because of the strain of trying to decide which missile to smash first - I mean if you want Hulk to revert for thinking too hard, what to smash is hardly what should qualify. Second, Banner, reali...

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