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Incredible Hulk #34: Review

Jan 2002
Bruce Jones, John Romita Jr.

Story Name:

The Morning After

Review & Comments

Rating:
5 stars

Incredible Hulk #34 Review by (February 15, 2010)
First Hulk comic by wrtier Bruce Jones and by John Romita Jr. as penciler. Romita shows off his sound ability as a storyteller.



 

Synopsis / Summary / Plot

Incredible Hulk #34 Synopsis by Julio Molina-Muscara
Bruce Banner is wanted for murder. Apparently, the Hulk killed a boy named Ricky Myers during a rampage in Chicago. Banner rents a room in an old hotel and connects his notebook to the web to chat securely with someone code named Mr. Blue. Mr. Blue keeps Banner (alias Mr. Green) informed about his safety at his current location. Bruce also follows the news on TV about the Hulk's chase. To avoid being recognized, Banner shaves his beard and head.

To control his transformations, Bruce starts to practice yoga and mind control techniques. During his stay at the hotel, the scientist meets a young color boy named Jerome who has trouble with his gang. Bruce sympathizes with Jerome and as the Hulk, soundly defeats the goons. Having revealed his whereabouts, Banner leaves the town after hitch-hiking a truck on the road.

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John Romita Jr.
Tom Palmer
Studio F
Kaare Andrews (Cover Penciler)


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Hulk

(Bruce Banner)