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The Incredible Hulk: Boiling Point
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What does it take to push a man past his boiling point?
Caught in the heart of a nuclear explosion, victim of gamma radiation gone wild, Dr. Robert Bruce Banner transforms during times of stress into the dark personification of his repressed rage and fury.
Now a fugitive from justice, Banner finds himself hiding in plain sight at a roadside convenience store - in the midst of a hostage crisis. Caught abruptly between a gun-wielding madman, a consticting circle of local police and dark, predatory forces with motives all their own, the beleagured Banner is forced to unleash the beast within.
Bruce Banner is found hiding in plain sight at a roadside convenience store — caught abruptly between a gun-wielding madman, a constricting circle of local police and dark, predatory forces.
For years, Dr. Bruce Banner has shouldered the weight on his monstrous alter ego, finding solace in a simple belief — that whatever destruction the Hulk is capable of, there's a line the monster will never cross.
That's all about to change.
When the Hulk is implicated in an act unspeakable, Banner must embark on a harrowing voyage that will force him to confront the deepest truths about himself — and the beast inside him. Blamed for the brutal murder of an innocent child, Bruce Banner has become Public Enemy Number One — hunted by the society, the law and, it would appear, someone else.
A third party with an ulterior motive to tracking him down. A motive that cuts right to the heart of Banner's strange affliction.
Collecting Incredible Hulk #40-43 - written by Bruce Jones (Incredibel Hulk: Return of the Monster; The Call of Duty: The Precinct), and illustrated by Lee Weeks (Spider-Man's Tangled Web Vol. 2) and Tom Palmer (Incredible Hulk: Return of the Monster).
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