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Tales to Astonish (1959) #65 Cover

Tales to Astonish (1959) #65

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gordom member

Where is the Gaint-Man story ?? Why not to add it now ??

drifting_sands member

Why are the Giant-Man stories missing from Hulk/Giant-Man run from Tales to Astonish?

JackStamper member

@drifting_sands My best guess: It was faster to add all the Hulk-Stories at first, and they are more wanted than thos of Giant-Man. Maybe they'll later add the Giant-Man tales to it, but for now...Hulk is all we get.

At least it's a great continuation. Bruce Banner really has no luck. Just when he escaped the Leader and his Humanoids, a commie sub picks him up, meaning not only is he captured somewhere in the communist block, but also labeled a traitor in the US. He gets a little tour of the factory, and I like how they halfway went from the "the Commies are evil for evil's sake" to a more realistic view, by having the guards have excuses for everything at hand (soldiers are for the protection of the plant, for example). It's still transparently evil, but it's a step.

And then Banner actively triggers the Hulk, gets free, destroys a bunch, and then...gets fed by an american he freed. Someone, who isn't afraid of him and wants to help him. A nice change of pace! Of course, the Commies already rally their forces for a retaliation. I...have a bad feeling for the Hulks new friend.