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Hulk Gray #3: Review

Dec 2003
Jeph Loeb, Tim Sale

Story Name:

Hulk: Gray 3 of 6 - C is for Cry

Review & Comments

Rating:
4 stars

Hulk Gray #3 Review by (February 15, 2010)
Here is where things go askew in the Hulk:Gray mini-series, the Hulk fights Iron Man. Continuity, people, what about the continuity!? (More on this continuity debacle in my next synopsis!)



 

Synopsis / Summary / Plot

Hulk Gray #3 Synopsis by Mike Bird
In a scene right out of Steinbeck the third issue of Hulk: Grey opens with the Hulk attempting to make friends with a rabbit, and subsequently squishing it's brains. Oops. This sets the Hulk off on a rampage which ends up burying him in the middle of the desert. That gets our protagonist out of the picture long enough to see a couple of Army guys apprehending Rick and bringing him back to the base. Thunderbolt is having a helluva time interrogating Rick, but to no avail, he's not talking. The Hulk escapes from his rubble prison and discovers (or, rather, infers) that the army has Rick and intends to go save him, which he does. As Rick and the Hulk are leaving the compound, Betty reprimands the Hulk for hurting her father. Mistake number one. After hearing her voice the Hulk brings Betty out into the desert, only to be confronted by "millionaire Tony Stark" (similar to "rocker Tommy Lee?) a.k.a. THE INVINCIBLE IRON MAN.

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