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November 02, 2007

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Brian Disco Snell

Ouch.

Mark Engblom

Truer words were never said.

Richard

Nice work by Jim Starlin and Joe Sinnott in this story. The first time I was exposed to it was in the first Hulk Treasury Edition. It looks great in that oversized format.

Mark Engblom

Thanks for calling attention to the art, Richard. I had meant to mention Starlin and Sinnott in my post, but obviously spaced it out.

I really enjoyed the art, especially since I don't recall ever seeing Sinnott ink Starlin's stuff. Their styles meshed well together.

Rich

Just reading that is painful. Poor Ben.

I'm going to assume he got to the bomb though, since there's still a Marvel U. and all.

Mark Engblom

Yup....everything ended well. The Hulk eventually came around and helped Ben beat the bad guys (the bomb was just an empty shell, by the way).

Ford MF

It's moments like this that make me truly love the Hulk.

Ford MF

Wait, WTF. Mark Engblom STOLE MY COMMENT.

Ivan Wolfe

Look at that sound effect:

KWHOOM!

No one can fight the three syllables in a row sound effect!

I don't think I've seen sound effects as cool in comics lately.

Mark Engblom

Yeah, that was back when bombastic sound effects were truly an art form. In fact, I should look around for some of the Blue Ribbon winners and post them here. We're talking at least six or seven syllables.

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