March 30, 2012 - Out of the fire
This issue brings back Glyde and the flaming dude we THOUGHT were killed a few issues ago. They are some bad sons of guns, certainly. A fun issue. I kind of like how a read on a Bloodshot comic is super-quick, and easy. Not much happens in the issue - but Bloodshot is a total bad-nosed son of a gun.
The bad guys fall for a super-old trick in the book, but the comic is really starting to wrap around the old style storytelling and the new-fangled stuff, too.
Good fun stuff.
Hank's got it bad.
Of course, by 'it' I mean racist Asian fever. Nothing like giving Jan the brush-off, and telling her to hit the road. Only Giant-Man can hear and the like.
Of course, he's able to win himself back into Jan's better graces by the end of the ish. She is, of course, 'just a girl.'
The Hulk is savage - but some of his final character is really starting to develop in the book. We seem the dumber brute come out - but also the heart of the beast. Hulk is saved by the scientist, and through his raging, realizes that he is saved.