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Incredible Hulk Masterworks Vol. 8: The Incredible Hulk Volume 8 (Incredible Hulk (1962-1999)) by [Archie Goodwin, Roy Thomas, Herb Trimpe, Dick Ayers, Gerry Conway, Gary Friedrich, Len Wein, Chris Claremont]

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  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B07BX2DNNW
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Marvel (November 25, 2014)
  • Publication date ‏ : ‎ November 25, 2014
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
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Gerard F. "Gerry" Conway (born September 10, 1952) is an American writer of comic books and television shows. He is known for co-creating the Marvel Comics' vigilante the Punisher and scripting the death of the character Gwen Stacy during his long run on The Amazing Spider-Man. At DC Comics, he is known for co-creating the superhero Firestorm and others, and for writing the Justice League of America for eight years. Conway wrote the first major, modern-day intercompany crossover, Superman vs. the Amazing Spider-Man.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Herb Trimpe continues his Incredible run on Hulk
Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2015
Herb Trimpe artwork is admittedly an acquired taste. However, his style can grow on you over time. His stories have great pacing and plenty of raw energy. As a kid, I loved the work he did on Hulk, Shogun Warriors, and Godzilla. As an adult, I have a growing appreciation for what he meant to Marvel, and, more specifically, the Hulk. Herb Trimpe did artwork for Hulk from 106-142 and from 145-193 (1968-1975), a titanic run in any era. These issues can be characterized by fun stories and excellent action, interspersed with the just enough characterization.

In this volume, Hulk fights a stone Colossus, in the style of Atlas Era Atomic Monsters, Thunderbolt Ross, Glen Talbot, the Leader and his Android Giant, Fialan the Assassin from K'ai (Jarella's world), the armored Inheritor, the High Evolutionary, Havok, Polaris and Iceman, the Crawling Unknown, Hydra, the Chameleon, the Shaper of Worlds, Captain Axis, and of course, his favorite foe, the army.

That's not including 152-153, which guest-stars a slew of heroes: Captain America, Nick Fury, Black Widow (one panel in civvies), Daredevil, the FF, Spider-man, and the Avengers (two pages). Issue 154 guest-stars the Ant-man. We also see plenty of Betty Ross, Jim Wilson, Doc Sampson and Jarella.

In issue 156, Hulk faces his most fearsome foe yet: the Hulk? 154-156 has the Hulk trying to get back to Jarella's homeworld of K'ai.

John Severin really brings out the most in Herb Trimpe's pencils, as he handles the inking on 10 of these issues. Dick Ayers and Herb Trimpe collaborate on the artwork for 152-153. This collection contains some iconic imagery of ol' Jade Jaws.

"Heaven is a Very Small Place" is a poignant glimpse into Hulk's mind. The three-panel sequence of page 76 is so fraught with rage and loneliness, really summing up what Roy Thomas and Herb Trimpe had developed over their run together. Page 5-6 have some great scenes with Hulk vs a Russian destroyer! A couple of these stories have an Atlas Era Science Fiction/Monster story feel to them, with science run amok and only the rampaging Hulk to save humanity. Hulk in a movie! Hulk on trial! Hulk holding up an entire cliff-face! Hulk fighting a Nazi super-soldier! Nixon and Spiro Agnew! Robots and over-sized rats and giant alien warthogs! Did I mention Hulk encounters more army men than you can shake a stick at? Now equipped with sound cannons? This one has it all.

These last three Hulk volumes continue to get better and are all recommended. The next Hulk volume in May has Wendigo's first appearance, so plenty to look forward to as well.
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