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Tales to Astonish (1959) #63 Cover

Tales to Astonish (1959) #63

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mraydog70 member

Where to start? Wasn't the fake store used in an earlier issue of Ant Man? Do sponges have an unbreakable grip? An atomic device is bolted to an open railroad car? I realize Stan was writing every title, but this is lazy.

JackStamper member

Well, Brucy Baby. To be fair, keeping the Hulk a secret risked the life of a crapton of people, so...yeah, maybe you should've said it openly.

The first appearance of the leader, and he...is spot on. A great enemy, a great foil for the Hulk, and both an interesting backstory and an interesting personality. He seems like a cool, rational person, which is why he doesn't do evil for the evulz, but simply does, what he thinks is the most logical step for him.

Another invention of Bruce Banner (how big is his output? Is the MacGuffin in this issue, and...well, it doesn't really captivate. The focus were the relationships of the characters and the origin of the leader. Banners device was just a reason for everyone to board a train...and sadly, the fight was so short, it never really did the awesome location justice. The device itself was on the train, got loosened, nearly fell on a city reaching critical mass...only for the Hulk to tackle it into a conveniant pile of sand. Okay?

There are better action issues of the Hulk, but this is more interesting for the leader and the developments between characters. Interesting enough: No Betty Ross in this comic.