Finished the last two parts of X-Men/Micronauts. A little dissapointing in some regards. Too many Claremontian tics and not enough Mantlotainment to it. It isn't terrible, it just seems to get bogged down in the usual "our heroes have been mentally dominated by the villian" nonsense. Could have done with either more emphasis on the "Micro" or on the swashbuckling space opera that is the other half of the Micronauts mix.
INCREDIBLE HULK: REGRESSION TPB Written by BILL MANTLO Penciled by SAL BUSCEMA & HERB TRIMPE Cover by AL MILGROM Bruce Banner still controls the mind and body of his green-skinned alter ego, but for how long? Banner, estranged from Betty Ross, settles in at his new Northwind laboratory as Kate Waynesboro enters his life as his research assistant â€” and soon becomes his new love interest. But what ulterior motive is she hiding? Then, when the Hulk returns from Battleworld after the Beyonderâ€™s Secret Wars, Bannerâ€™s all-too precarious hold on his savage half begins slipping â€” threatening to destroy the happiness heâ€™s finally attained! It all comes to a head in a no-holds-barred battle against the entire Marvel Universe â€” and the ending will shock you! Collecting INCREDIBLE HULK (1968) #286-295 & #297-300 and ANNUAL #12. 384 PGS./Rated T ...$39.99 ISBN: 978-0-7851-6259-9
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