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Indestructible Hulk #7: Review

May 2013
Mark Waid, Walt Simonson

Story Name:

Gods and Monster (part 2)

Review & Comments

Rating:
2.5 stars

Indestructible Hulk #7 Review by (March 26, 2019)

Review: Well, we knew it all along: the Hulk isn't worthy—but Waid and Simonson did an epic job of showing us what really happened, along with several epic battles and a poignant finish as we first hear of the concept of “suicide by Hulk.” And I prefer this version of boyish Thor than the loud-mouthed thug of Jason Aaron's creation.

Comments: “Marvel Now!”--Cover. Part two of three parts.





 

Synopsis / Summary / Plot

Indestructible Hulk #7 Synopsis by Julio Molina-Muscara
Using Mjolnir, Thor's enchanted mallet, the Incredible Hulk flies through the Ice Giants hitting and breaking them hard until he goes up to a mountain top where the God of Thunder is waiting. There we learn that Hulk wasn't really "worth it" to hold the hammer, but it was Thor who commanded his weapon to move, carrying the Jade Giant with it. 

Ice Giants find the portal back to Banner's S.H.I.E.L.D. lab, but Maria Hill and Agent Coulson repel the invasion. The portal has been damaged. Scientist Melinda Leucenstern (from Banner's team) brings it back on but it connects to different places and times. Banner and his group are now trapped in Jotunheim.

Earlier, scientist Randall Jessup (another team member) was captured by the enemy, and one Ice Giant took on his form to infiltrate the Earthlings secretly. 

Finally, scientist Patricia Wolman reveals Bruce Banner that she would like to commit suicide, and chose the Hulk to kill her.

Preview Pages
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Walt Simonson
Walt Simonson
Andres Mossa


Characters

Listed in Alphabetical Order.

Agent Coulson
Agent Coulson

(Phil Coulson)
Hulk
Hulk

(Bruce Banner)
Thor
Thor

(Odinson)

Plus: Ice Giants.

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