Bruce Banner and the Hulk have been split, with the surgical precision needed to keep them separate. Except Bruce is slowly going mad, making an army of beast - or Hulk - men and trying to get his angrier half back.
He simply can't cope without having The Hulk as part of him.
And The Hulk doesn't want to go back. He wants to live in peace, and yes, he is at peace without Banner chaining him to Banner's past, his obsession, his neurotic ticks... to everything that made up Banner.
Oh, fuck, I'm way too drunk to write this eloquently. (Pumpkin beer. Vanilla ice cream. So good. So tempting. So making me sleepy and less eloquent.) Let's just leave it at this was a lovely, fucked up horror story: MArvel's take on the Island of Dr. Moreau. It was chilling to see how Banner could be worse than The Hulk left to his own devices, a twisted what if that came to pass.
And I loved it. Lush art, great writing, but I also felt it was a bit slow at the end. So four stars.
This comic just evokes so many emotions for me.I just, really, love this book. It literally one of the saddest comics I've read in a long. The art is really interesting in this book, with the little watercolor accents really makes this comic's art stand out. The writing is on point, and very very sad. I love that they made this comic mostly about my favorite hulk characters. Betty Ross and Bruce Banner. This scene below is when Hulk is trying to show kindness and accidentally kills his bunny friend. It's so heartbreaking. I just have no words how this hits home for me. Thanks for reading this mumble gumble of me raving about this book. Please Please Please READ This book! It's amazing and just let's you see how Bruce Banner's world started out in chaos after the G-Bomb accident.