Comic Browser:

#128
#129
#130
#131
#132
#133
#134
#135
#136
#137
#138
#139
#140
#141
#142
#143
#144
#145
#146
#147
#148
#149
#150
#151
Selector

Incredible Hulk #133: Review

Nov 1970
Roy Thomas, Herb Trimpe

Story Name:

Day of Thunder, Night of Death

Review & Comments

Rating:
3 stars

Incredible Hulk #133 Review by (February 15, 2010)
This is an important plot thickener to a turnkey issue called "Comes the Golem". As per the story, a typical peek at the life of the Hulk. I mean, how often is it that old surly Ross comes around anyway? He seemed to be hankering for an election in this one, he had his diplomatic duds on. And the darn soldiers just got weak in the stomach and easy on the trigger. Boom that's all it takes to create a rift between two totally different people (or creatures). Anyways, the green giant finds himself face to mug with the sourest of personas, a madman despot (Draxon). With his army and his evil mind, he would consume all righteousness and stand on the last squealing decency of mankind. But he just met the Hulk who can often change the fate of the day more than the weather in tornado alley! There is a build up involving some locals of Morvania which grabs the reader's curiousity for the next issue. Roy Thomas sets the tone in this one; I can just feel the chilly draft of the "Cold War" period.




 

Synopsis / Summary / Plot

Incredible Hulk #133 Synopsis by None

This synopsis is scheduled to be added in the following weeks.
> Request prioritizing this synopsis


Preview Pages
Click sample interior pages to enlarge them:




Herb Trimpe
John Severin
Herb Trimpe (Cover Penciler)


> Incredible Hulk: Book info and issue index

Share This Page


Elektra