The Incredible Hulk #10

Marvel Comics

Written by Phillip K. Johnson

Art by Danny Earls

Colors by Matthew Wilson

Letters by Cory Petit

The Rundown: Hulk discovers the lair of a dangerous creature plaguing a city for centuries.

Charlie tries to escape the cavernous lair of a dangerous creature that wants her to join it growing collection of corpses. A creature that has a long history in the city and will not be denied.

At the same time, Hulk emerges in the heart of the city and discovers the ghost of a detective with a connection to the creature he’s seeking. A connection that will reveal a dark hidden history that might hold the key to finding Charlie.

The Story: Johnson continues to craft some great adventures for the Hulk in this issue. There is a wonderful sense of suspense throughout the issue and the horror elements continue to be compelling as well. I like the diversion of the investigation as well and what it means to the overall mystery of the creature in the story itself.

The Art: Earls offers some interesting art in the issue. The visual style doesn’t really work for me in how it depicts the Hulk and the other characters outside of the monster. There is a flatness to the imagery that feels unfinished.

The Incredible Hulk #10



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