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Tales to Astonish (1959) #68 Cover

Tales to Astonish (1959) #68

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Banner gets home...rather abruptly, because the Hulk wants to lay down in Banners bed for a while. Resting enough to turn back into Bruce, he is immediately captured, and only the president, remembering his dual identity, saves him from the court martial, putting him back on duty on the Absorbatron. Right before the Leader starts his next attack and...succeeds on all fields, securing the machine AND the Hulk! Wow, lucky break for him!

There are some missteps in this story, though...so the army left the Absorbatron completely unguarded, before Talbot and Banner arrived? Nobody, not even alarms ready to notice the Leader nearly scraping the machine? And...why would Rick ever suspect Bruce of being a traitor? He knows Bruce has little to no control over the Hulk! At least thy DO mention him taking a break from the Avengers... Oh, and Talbot shows Marvel is treating genders equally, by also passing out at a convenient moment...