May 11, 2012 - Strike out!
Sorry Green Skin
But the Harbinger story is far better.
The origin of Harada, eh?
Good read, this book. Really good. The book does an excellent job of returning to all of those coupons inside of the Harbinger issues. It included all of the scenarios, I believe, and most of the actual frames, too. Not that the story was DESPERATE for filling in, but it was nice to see it. I probably would have been more interested if the story was actually from the perspective - and not a re-telling. But the story did an excellent job making me empathize for Harada.
Of course, by the end of the story, Harda is back to his old ways, and he executes his savior.
So we finally get a to be continued story on Giant-Man, and we're done, eh? The science of this story is silly - he is able to make the ice encasing then wrap himself up with Wasp - AFTER he becomes little again. Wasp, of course, loves snuggling up with Hank - and can't hate the Human Top after this? Comics really are the soap operas for boys.
The Hulk story is a fun little romp. Aren't all Hulk stories, after all? He's captured by the Leader - changes back into Banner, then the leader tries to subdue the 'hiding' Hulk, only to reactivate him again. I know it's a comic, but doesn't anyone ever realize Hulk and Banner always have the same purple pants?