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Hulk (2014) #3

Hulk (2014) #3

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“BANNER D.O.A” GETS READY TO TAKE YOU INTO A NEW TWIST IN HULK HISTORY! • BANNER goes to a dark place and could take the AVENGERS with him • Only HULK can save Banner…but will he? • After last issue’s surprise resurrection, a new threat enters the scene.
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  • Imprint: Marvel Universe
  • Rating: Rated T
  • Format: Comic
  • Price: $3.99
  • UPC: 75960608056400311
  • FOC Date: May 07, 2014
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4 comments
JackStamper
JackStamper member

This issue is intense! Maria Hill shows her skill and manages to obtain a clue to the assassins. The Avengers arrive and start battling the Abomination, while Captain America starts to learn, what happened to Bruce. Banners mind seemed to fluctuate between brainless fool and genius scientist, sometimes showing wrong connections in his linguistics, and Maria Hill explains his brain might be able to heal...if he doesn't Hulk out and injure his brain further. Banner doesn't care: His friends have no chance against the Abomination, so he needs to fight.

This series gets better and better!

mclovin3533
mclovin3533

Continuity error??   Why does location of brain damaged Banner's small town hideout suddenly change form Kentucky to Colorado?

abomb43
abomb43

Abomination kicking butt as he should of always been! Awesome issue! Abomination needs to come back fully, aka. Emil Blonsky, personality and all "dont want to say to much there because of spoilers and what not". He so deserves a full fledged return to the Marvel Universe, he was so misused in the past! I feel he could of been a major player if portrayed the way he should of been.