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Incredible Hulk #441: Review

May 1996
Peter David, Angel Medina

Story Name:

Hulk Fiction

Review & Comments

3 stars

Incredible Hulk #441 Review by (February 15, 2010)
The Hulk doesn't appear in this issue.


Synopsis / Summary / Plot

Incredible Hulk #441 Synopsis by David Vaughan
Betty lights a candle in the window of her Sunville, Florida home, then returns to her computer and struggles to begin writing her memoirs. Outside, the She-Hulk forces her way past throngs of reporters and cameramen to visit her cousin's widow. She-Hulk encourages Betty to write her book. Betty can't work because she is afraid that Bruce really died and didn't fake his death after all. After She-Hulk leaves, Betty writes the tale of her early romance with Bruce and her father's consternation, then stops to call Rick Jones on the set of Rick and Marlo's new talk show. Rick consoles Betty and she returns to writing, this time imagining her past with Bruce as a tawdry romance. Later, she writes her story as a Pulp Fiction spoof, then as Gone with the Wind, but neither version works. Meanwhile, soldiers at Arlington Cemetary discover that Nick Fury's body is missing. At Army HQ, Matt Talbot celebrates the Hulk's demise until Henry Gyrich confronts Talbot with a photo of the time Talbot shot Betty. Gyrich says that Talbot's career is over, but Talbot swears he'll be back. Elsewhere, She-Hulk calls Doc Samson to give him an update on Betty. As they talk, Samson is attacked by shadow creatures and calls out for help. She-Hulk immediately hangs up and books a flight to Samson's home state. Back in Sunville, Betty writes about her time living in a convent and the day she prayed to God to return Bruce to her. Now, as she lights another candle, she prays to God to forgive her husband and guide him home.

Angel Medina
Robin Riggs
Angel Medina (Cover Penciler)


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Doc Samson
Doc Samson

(Leonard Samson)

(Jennifer Walters)

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