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    Reviews - Incredible Hulk - #14

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Doom. Hulk. Vegetable. - Nawfalq
"The Vegetable" - a 31 year old mental assassin. He's been in a coma for 19 years; nice name, Jason Aaron. Anyway, this issue has a lot of fun with Doombots - and if you don't chuckle at the Doombots, you need to stop reading comics. I am really not thrilled with the lack-of-clarity in the Banner + Hulk mental stuff in this arc. It's a bit scattered, but maybe it's supposed to be that way. Something doesn't mesh well, though. Overall, this is a good issue, setting up the final issue decently. But, as I said: Doombots.




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