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    Reviews - Incredible Hulk - #1

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The Incredible Beard #1 - SuperSaiyanBerserker
I'll come back to the headline later. First things first, the issue looks great, Silvestri does not disappoint with his work on this new title. His trademark style is still here and all of the panels explode with detail. If you prefer subtlety then Silvestri (and a Hulk title for that matter) is not for you. Incredible #1 takes place after Fear Itself, featuring the Hulk and Banner as totally separate beings. Besides for the vague reason in Fear Itself, no full explanation as to why they are now split has been given. Hopefully we see how it all went down in the coming months of this title. What made this issue enjoyable for me is that it portrayed the Hulk as an intelligent and emotional hero again and presented an immediate struggle for him to combat (Hulk just wants to be alone!!!!). It's a Hulk title so of course there is action, which also includes a hot babe, but the final pages will leave you with questions and reasons to keep reading, which is good. Where we find Hulk at the issue's introduction is also interesting. If you've been a fan of the Hulk for the last several years then I can't see this new run disappointing you. It may not be the best Hulk you've ever read (if you loved the Pak run and Red Hulk sagas) but it surely won't be a waste of time. Now the reason for the headline: Hulk's beard that he's sporting the whole issue (and hopefully in future issues) can finally offer a worthy opponent to Kurt Russell's Macready and his beard in "The Thing."




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