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Incredible Hulk #455: Review

Aug 1997
Peter David, Adam Kubert

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Waiting To X-Hale

Review & Comments

3 stars

Incredible Hulk #455 Review by (February 15, 2010)
Jeffrey Hamel (who contributed with this synopsis) had his letter printed in the Green Mail, the letters to the editor section of this issue.


Synopsis / Summary / Plot

Incredible Hulk #455 Synopsis by Jeffrey Hamel
Wolverine drags the Hulk's unconscious form into the X-Men's mansion. General alarm spreads among any who see him, but Wolverine keeps insisting that "He won't wreck the mansion!". Storm is not so sure, and contacts X-Force for assistance. They promise to bring a weapon capable of stopping the Hulk, just in case. Hulk is put into a restaining machine, heavily bounded, in the medical bay, with Wolverine arguing that the restraints will just make him mad, and there would be no danger if they did not anger him. Waking up, the Hulk takes in his surroundings and rips through the bonds like cardboard. The chase is on through the mansion, with Wolverine leading Hulk into a 3-way ambush. Their powers prove fruitless against the Hulk, who smashes through the wall of the mansion and escapes onto the grounds. Some distance away in the forest, he pauses to rest, pacified by the tranquil surroundings of nature. He is almost asleep when he realizes that he is being duped, and springs upward only to burst through the ceiling of the X-Men's "Danger Room". The ambush was just a ruse to lure him there and knock him out with sleeping gas. X-Force fires their secret weapon, and the Hulk vanishes. Unknown to the X teams, Hulk is now in the company of Apocalypse! Meanwhile, Betty finds out that her father, General Ross, is still alive!

Adam Kubert
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