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Tales to Astonish (1959) #66 Cover

Tales to Astonish (1959) #66

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JackStamper
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Sadly no Madame Macabre.

The Hulk-Story gets better and better. You have to endure the 60es-Romance, but even that was better than average. Hulk looses his only friend (well, aside from Rick Jones, but he is cheating with Steve Rogers) and goes on a rampage, again limited due to the fact, that too much anger transforms him back into the Hulk. Funny though, that what got him so angry to turn into Banner, turns him back into the Hulk, after Banner remembered why he was angry! Maybe this is, were Stan noticed, this system was kinda unbalanced...

The LEader also shows himself more intelligent and genre savy than most of the other masterminds. "Banner is behind the Iron Curtain? Than the Hulk must be, too...I'll better call." And after said call: "So, I was right. Well...who am I kidding, they will get free eventually, so I'd better wait and pick them up outside the Soviet Unions sphere of influence. It's easier that way.

Bits of all the different actors, the Hulk marches on, the story stays interesting. Good work!