World War Hulk #3
Written by: Greg Pak
Art by: John Romita Jr.
Cover by: David Finch
Released: August 1, 2007
Doctor Strange finally pulls out the big magical guns and starts behaving like the mystical powerhouse he’s supposed to be. Romita’s rendition of Strange in his astral form is cool and makes it look like more than just Strange as a ghost. It’s Strange as a powerful mystical entity. Unfortunately for him, the Hulk seems prepared for even this contingency and puts a serious hurt on the good doctor. It’s another shocker so you’ll have to read it to believe it.
It reinforces again just how far the Hulk is willing to go in his quest for revenge. The whole encounter with Strange still raises the question, “Is Banner really gone and banished so deep in their shared subconscious he may never come to the surface again or has Banner had it as much as the Hulk and is agreeing with the Hulk’s decisions and actions?” As far as I know, that’d be a first in the character’s history and quite a twist. Pak makes either scenario believable. In all I would rate this issue a 8/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep on marveling.
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