JackStamper member 5pts And with this issue, Stan Lee has reinvented the Hulk and reintroduced him into the comicworld as a regular character! ...somewhat. He's still a gueststar today and only a regular starting next issue, and the "anger=hulking out" connection was only halfway finished (he turns back from the fallout of a nuclear bomb, not because he calmed down). But it's a gigantic step into the right direction.Speaking of...General Ross, are you crazy? A nuclear warhead shot at an american city? "It will do minimal material damage, but will surely kill the Hulk." REALLY? Wow, this must be one of these magic bombs american wizards helped inventing.The Human Top was absolutely wasted in this issue. There was NO need for him. The Hulk was going to attack Giant-Man anyway, was on his road to the city already, and it pretty much seemed he was bored and tried to get in on the action of an already running adventure...and got blown up for his trouble.Overall, a nice reintroduction of the Hulk, but not a very good story on its own. Too bad.