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eBook Hulk/Wolverine: 6 Hours (Hulk Legends, Vol. 1) epub
  • ISBN: 0785111573
  • Author: Bruce Jones
  • Genre: Comics
  • Subcategory: Graphic Novels
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Marvel Comics (May 12, 2003)
  • Pages: 120 pages
  • ePUB size: 1199 kb
  • FB2 size 1781 kb
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Back to title selection : Comics H : Hulk/Wolverine: Six Hours Vol 1. Comic Lists. March 2003 Volume Debut. Wolverine Comic Books.

The idea behind "Hulk/Wolverine: 6 Hours" is to take advantage of the summer movie schedule in 2003 . Reprinting Hulk/Wolverine Six Hours this graphic's script is as weak and anemic as Banner at his Ultimates' worst.

The idea behind "Hulk/Wolverine: 6 Hours" is to take advantage of the summer movie schedule in 2003 which say the first Hulk and the second X-Men features hit the big screen. The main problem with this trade paperback, which collects the first four issues of "Hulk/Wolverine" written by Bruce Jones and illustrated by Scott Kilins, along with the first appearance of Wolverine reprinted from issue of "The Incredible Hulk," is pretty much signified by the cover.

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Hulk Legends Hulk Legends - Hulk/Wolverine: 6 Hours released by Marvel on June 1, 2003. Lost in the Canadian wilderness, Dr. Bruce Banner, . Short summary describing this issue. The Incredible Hulk, and Wolverine only have six hours to rescue a woman and a boy from two desperate drug dealers

Hulk/Wolverine: Six Hours, a four issue mini-series, finds the green goliath and the 'ol Canuck-le head becoming reluctant partners .

Hulk/Wolverine: Six Hours, a four issue mini-series, finds the green goliath and the 'ol Canuck-le head becoming reluctant partners as they trek through the Canadian wilderness to rescue a sick, young boy from a pair of drug dealers.

Two of comics' hottest characters unite courtesy of Bruce Jones (INCREDIBLE HULK) and Scott .

Two of comics' hottest characters unite courtesy of Bruce Jones (INCREDIBLE HULK) and Scott Kolins (Flash)! The green goliath and the feral mutant only have six hours to rescue a woman and a boy from two desperate drug dealers! Issue(s). Issue Issue Issue Issue Please do NOT spoil content of NEXT issues.

Hulk/Wolverine: 6 Hours. Hulk Legends vol. 1: Hulk/Wolverine - 6 Hours. Issue Number: TPB Publisher: Marvel Cover: April 2003, 1. 9 Origin: United States, English Format: Color, Trade Paperback, 120 pages. Rate trending movies in seconds and rise to Ultimate Status.

Lost in the Canadian wilderness, Dr. Bruce Banner and Wolverine have only six hours to rescue a woman and a. .Issues Reprinted: Hulk/Wolverine: 6 Hours

Lost in the Canadian wilderness, Dr. Bruce Banner and Wolverine have only six hours to rescue a woman and a sick boy from two desperate drug dealers in the aftermath of a fiery plane crash. In a race against time, can these two comic-book icons - at odds since their very first meeting - control their tempers long enough to save the hostages? Issues Reprinted: Hulk/Wolverine: 6 Hours Incredible Hulk (2nd series) Issue Summaries: Incredible Hulk (2nd series) Last Updated: 22nd March 2018 by Dean Clayton.

Collects Hulk/Wolverine: Six Hours (2003) and Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st series) Written by Bruce Jones. The Incredible Hulk, and Wolverine only have six hours to rescue a woman and a boy from two desperate drug dealers. It's a race against time as these two Marvel icons attempt to control their tempers long enough to save the hostages! Plus, take a look back at the very first time these two brawlers met in a classic tale by Len Wein and Herb Trimpe.

It is a race against time as The Incredible Hulk and Wolverine have only six hours to rescue a woman and a boy from two desperate drug dealers. Original.
Comments: (7)
Lavivan
The idea behind "Hulk/Wolverine: 6 Hours" is to take advantage of the summer movie schedule in 2003 which say the first Hulk and the second X-Men features hit the big screen. The main problem with this trade paperback, which collects the first four issues of "Hulk/Wolverine" written by Bruce Jones and illustrated by Scott Kilins, along with the first appearance of Wolverine reprinted from issue #181 of "The Incredible Hulk," is pretty much signified by the cover. First, the cover, indeed the very title of the book suggests that you are going to see too of the baddest dudes in the Marvel Universe go after each other. It takes pretty much the entire story to get to the point where Bruce Banner turns green and Logan springs his claws and the two start tearing into each other. But the fight ends up being a minor aspect of the story, which has Banner and Logan lost in the Canadian wilderness with only six hours to rescue a woman and a sick boy from two desperate drug dealers after a plane crash. The idea is that these two old foes, with the two worst tempers in the Marvel pantheon, control themselves long enough to save the two innocents.
The second problem indicated by the cover, which was done by Simon Bisley, is that it is a lot more interesting than what you will find inside. In fact, each of the original covers for the four issues are more interesting visually than what Kilins provides, which is okay and works fine for most of the narrative until the big fight, at which point it leaves a lot to be desired. But then you have the reprint of the first Wolverine story, which revives the age-old question, who was your least favorite Marvel artist: Don Heck or Herb Trimpe? For me the answer was always dependent on who was inking Trimpe, whose art always looked better inked by a Severin as opposed to Jack Abel as it was here.
Consequently, the big irony here is that this is really a Bruce Banner/Logan story, not only because those two are who we are watching for most of "Six Hours" but also because the interchanges between the two are the most interesting part of the story. The strength of the story Jones is telling is in the characters rather than the action, and the plot is just an excuse for these two to do their own macho routines for as long as possible to put off the inevitable fisticuffs. This is a decent enough story until the big fight scene, at which point Kilins fails to go deep.
LivingCross
Traditionally, the issues Marvel collects under it's Marvel: Legends banner are stiring, beautiful examples of the series they represent. The only thing Hulk/Wolverine is an example of is mediocrity and what NOT to do with a mini-series.

Reprinting Hulk/Wolverine Six Hours #1-4, this graphic's script is as weak and anemic as Banner at his Ultimates' worst. With yet another boring somehow-this-hero-runs-into-another and supervillians follow plot, it was almost painful to read. Add to that the villain is named `Shredder' and though we've never seen him before or since, we're supposed to buy him as a credible threat to Wolverine. Yawn, but one look at the guy and you know Wolverine will tear him apart in seconds. Also, ignore the fact that there's more plot holes in this than all the multiple universe X-Men continuity combined. Without mentioning who, someone in here receives a blood transfusion from Bruce Banner. The last time this happened, the She-Hulk was created, yet there's no mention of that or any ill effects mentioned. Continuity headache anyone?

The art is interesting in its own right and style for the most part, but again, it isn't breathtaking, or worth the price of admission.

The covers by Simon Bisley are reprinted in this volume and are quite marvelous as is most of Bisley's work, marking one bright point in the volume.

Also, Hulk #181 is reprinted, but it's included in other, more interesting volumes.

Overall, skip this and read Frank Miller and Chris Claremont's Wolverine graphic, ISBN 087135277X, if you're looking for a good Wolverine story, or Hulk: Gray by Loeb and Sale, ISBN 0785113460 for a well done Hulk story.
Nicanagy
You bring two characters with such a colorful history and pit them together, you get a good, solid work of comic book art and story. The first time Wolverine appeared was in a Hulk comic some 35 years ago. Though the characters have met one another from time to time recently, nothing can make things click if you don't have a good writer and artist.
Bruce Jones is the regular author on the monthly Hulk comic. He has transformed old Jade Jaws from a superhero into a dark, gritty and very human character. Hulk doesn't fight many costumed villains. He fights the rage in himself and the monster that can break loose at any given minute. Having a literary background in fiction prose, Jones feels right at home in creating horrific real, dilemma for his characters. You feel the Bruce Banner is really the same character played by Bill Bixby in the old HULK TV series. The lone man trying to hide from his pursuers. The main difference is that Jones doesn't want Banner to find a cure for his HULK transformation. He makes relish it and like it in sordid way. Very much like the upcoming summer blockbuster.
Adding Wolverine in the mix, is just like adding fireworks. Logan is a loose cannon. He's highly combustible and ready to blow up on anyone. One thing works for him, he really really makes it happen with the HULK.
The story brings the characters together in a realistic way and pits them against each other, then together and then against each other and then together again. You know how it is when you have two powerful characters, the adrenaline just starts rushing. Both Banner and Logan try to help a little kid that is on the verge of dying from a snake poison. Throw in the mix, a couple of drig dealers, a whacko called the Shredder, a sexy plane pilot and you have a jolly good time.
No one really cuts loose in this comic. The major treat, however, is seeing a reprint of the first appearance of Wolverine in HULK 181. That's what the makes the whole comic worth reading. Reference to 6 hours is also a smart way of coonecting the present graphic novel to the old reprint. In the end, HULK will always SMASH puny, hairy human with claws.
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