The Incredible Hulk #6

    The Incredible Hulk » The Incredible Hulk #6 - The Incredible Hulk vs The Metal Master! released by Marvel on March 1963.

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    The Incredible Hulk vs The Metal Master! last edited by Plexirvones on 09/08/22 09:18AM View full history

    What happens when a living being whose incredible might is almost beyond measure meets a menace from another world -- A menace whose power cannot be halted by mere brute strength?



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    Series Killer 0

    This was the last issue of the first Incredible Hulk series, and when you read it, it's no surprise why. In just six issues, this series went from the brightest light in Marvel's line to a cheap, bland, superhero comic.  The story in this issue is a lot like something one might find in Superman during the 1950s - some immensely powerful alien arrives on Earth, bent on world conquest. He generally wrecks some monuments, but doesn't actually do anything else with his power except take a reactive s...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Incredible Hulk vs Magne... The Metal Master 0

    So early Hulk does not tally with what I know of the character. As far as I was aware it was all "HULK SMASH!" and rage turning Bruce Banner into his alter ego. In the sixties The Hulk seems prescient of himself and wants to turn back into Bruce, but has to reach a special place to do it. Also he's eloquent and more mean spirited than angry. I assume the character goes under some fairly major transitions to get to the character I knew from films and later era comics.This was a bang tidy feature ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    The Metal Master! 0

    Changing up the formula once again, The Hulk as we know him gets his swan song here in amongst the mighty metal master and a new crime-fighting superpower...the teen brigade.You know, if it wasn't for the whole super teenagers with a bizarre thirst for law and order, this bookend issue for the original Hulk wouldn't be so bad. Sure, Banner goes through another version of his green self (this time it leaves his own head on top of this hulking body amongst other weird amalgamations), and the Metal...

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