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Warlock and the Infinity Watch #13: Review

Feb 1993
Jim Starlin, Tom Raney

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Story Name:

Sweet Music

Review & Comments

3 stars

Warlock and the Infinity Watch #13 Review by (February 15, 2010)
It’s the Professor Hulk featured in this tale. Adam Warlock does not appear in this issue of his own title.

Added comments by Rob Johnson:-

There are other apps by Watch members that the Marvel Chronology Project places between this issue and next.

The comatose Adam Warlock is drawn to materialise in the alternate future of Marvel UK's Cyberspace 3000 to oppose Thanos in their #6-8. But it turns out to be a robot minion of the real villain which Warlock easily beats and then returns to his present-day comatose state.

Moondragon helps Silver Surfer retrieve his home planet Zenn-La when it gets taken away by a psychic villain. They succeed but at the cost of losing his love Shalla Bal.


Synopsis / Summary / Plot

Warlock and the Infinity Watch #13 Synopsis by Peter Silvestro
Professor Hulk and Drax battle through the streets of Reno, with the Destroyer easily knocking around Jade Jaws. Rather than let the situation get out of hand, Hulk uses a ruse against his foe: he surrenders, claiming that Drax has beaten him. A brief chat clarifies the matter (for Hulk at least) and he sympathizes with Drax, persuading him he would only make enemies by continuing his rampage. Hulk gives Drax the saxophone out of the pawn shop window and gives him a friendly slap on the back—which Drax misinterprets as an attack. Crawling from the wreckage of the building into which Drax hits him, Hulk prepares for battle, only to be put to sleep by a mind blast from Moondragon. When he awakens, Hulk returns home to the final indignity: the news is reporting on Hulk’s rampage being stopped by the heroic Drax. “…shouldn’t have gotten out of bed this morning,” he mutters. Back on the island, Moondragon consoles herself with the thought that none of her father’s mind still inhabits Drax’s gigantic body, and she delights in the Destroyer’s sweet sax music.

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Tom Raney
Keith Williams
Ian Laughlin
Tom Raney (Cover Penciler)
Keith Williams (Cover Inker)
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