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Hulk: The End (Anglais) Broché – 9 février 2011


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Chronicling the final days of the Green Goliath! Peter David and Dale Keown, creative team on some of the Hulk's most memorable tales, reunite to produce this searing vision of the future in which Bruce Banner, the Incredible Hulk, is the last man on Earth. It's the Hulk's final battle, as "The Last Titan" wrestles his inner-demons in order to discover his place in a dying world - if only he can survive! Plus: The testing of the first Gamma Bomb thrust upon Robert Bruce Banner that which he would come to believe would be his greatest nightmare: his unwilling transformation into the Incredible Hulk. He believed wrong. Now, having been dragged into the future - into a post-holocaust, dystopian world - Bruce Banner discovers that his nightmare has a whole new name: the Maestro. This is a nightmare that only Hulk can end. For he knows that he himself is responsible for the presence of the evil Maestro.

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Incredible Hulk: The End; Incredible Hulk: Future Imperfect #1-2




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  • Broché: 160 pages
  • Editeur : Marvel (9 février 2011)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0785151001
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785151005
  • Dimensions du produit: 17,1 x 1,3 x 25,7 cm
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Présence TOP 50 COMMENTATEURS le 30 mars 2011
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Ce tome comprend 2 histoires : "Futur imperfect" (scénario de Peter David, illustrations de George Perez, initialement parue en 1992 & 1993, 96 pages) et "Hulk - The end" (scénario de Peter David, dessins de Dale Keown, encrage de Joe Weems, initialement parue en 2002, 47 pages).

Futur Imperfect - Dans une ville qui a connu les ravages de la guerre, des gens en bonne santé troquent et vendent dans un gigantesque marché à ciel ouvert. Au sein de cette foule, 3 individus se retrouvent pour évoquer la dernière étape mise en oeuvre dans leur plan pour lutter contre le dictateur en place. Ils ont réussi à ramener dans le temps le Hulk du présent (version vert & intelligent) pour lutter contre le dictateur. Le lecteur est amené à découvrir progressivement les liens qui unissent Hulk au dictateur, ainsi que la personne qui a conçu le plan qui implique Hulk.

Cette histoire se place au milieu des 12 ans pendant lesquels Peter David a été le scénariste de la série "Incredible Hulk", de l'épisode 331 paru en mai 1987 à l'épisode 467 paru en août 1998. La majeure partie de ces épisodes a été rééditée dans la série Hulk Visionnaries à commencer par Hulk Visionaries 1 (épisodes 331 à 339). Est-ce que cette histoire ressort parmi la quantité industrielle de futurs post-apocalyptiques dystopiques ? Oui, Peter David a créé un adversaire terrifiant à la fois en raison de sa puissance, et aussi en raison de ses liens avec Hulk.
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Still amazing. 3 janvier 2012
Par para - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This trade collects two stories, each focused on the Hulk facing an unpleasant future.

The first 2/3 of the collection is the story Future Imperfect. The Hulk is brought to the future in an attempt to end the rule of the Maestro, a tyrant with a familiar face.

I read this when first released in 1992 and remember it immediately becoming a favorite of mine. Having lost my copies long ago, I was looking forward to rereading and seeing if it held up. I'm happy to say it did. The Maestro is an intelligent, vicious, more than worthy foe. To use a cliche the war between him and the Hulk plays out like a chess match. Move-by-move: some battles physical, some mental, with several twists to enjoy and some great subtleties along the way. One of Peter David's very best.

The second story collected is Hulk: The End (which is also used as the name of the trade). The Hulk has outlasted his enemies and friends alike, and Bruce Banner is the last man on Earth. A dark tale that shows what life is like for them, how it got that way and what comes next. While not at the level of FI, it is still very good.

Both artists (George Perez for FI, Dale Keown for The End) are excellent. Their styles are extremely different from the other, but each matches the story drawn perfectly.

Worth it for Future Imperfect alone, the second solid Peter David Hulk story in here makes it an even easier purchase.

Highly recommended.
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Two classic tales of the Hulk in the future. 30 mars 2013
Par Donald C. Weiss, Jr. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The Incredible Hulk is a character who will always tread the fine line between being a hero and being a monster, with the potential to lapse into either extreme, depending on whatever life throws his way. Collected in this edition are two standalone stories by Hulk writer extraordinaire Peter David that show Bruce Banner and his monstrous half descending towards the worst end of that spectrum, presenting two distinctly different, dire possibilities.

I reviewed FUTURE IMPERFECT in its previous, slightly edited printing. It's the story of a post-nuclear, war-torn future ruled by a vicious green tyrant known as the Maestro, who is, in fact, a more powerful and more insane incarnation of the Hulk. A group of freedom fighters, led by the Hulk's aging former sidekick Rick Jones, hatch a plan to bring forth the Hulk of the past to overthrow his future self. Re-presented here in its entirety, FUTURE IMPERFECT is an epic tale of one man's struggle against himself, with a world hanging in the balance.

More basic in content, but no less in scope, is HULK: THE END. Set once again in a possible future ravaged by atomic holocaust, this time the Hulk finds himself the sole survivor, roaming a radiation-scarred terrain infested with mutated cockroaches that scavenge across the vast desert landscape. Still sharing his existence with the hated "puny Banner", the conflict switches to internal, as both man and monster wage what might be their final battle for dominance.

Complimenting Peter David's storytelling is the work of renowned illustrators George Perez and Dale Keown. Both artists are well-suited to their respective stories, producing some of the most striking images and dramatic scenes in the Hulk's entire 50+ year history.

A double-feature of dark, distorted destinies, FUTURE IMPERFECT and HULK: THE END still rank among the very best Hulk stories ever told.
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Great take on an interesting character, appropriate for non-Hulk fans 15 novembre 2013
Par Reid Sherman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I haven't read many Hulk comics, but I think that he's a fascinating character because he's not really a hero. Of course over his long career I'm sure he's punched tons of bad guys and saved the world, but the most interesting stories about him that I've read are more about his internal conflict and his isolation.

This book definitely fits in that mold. It is two completely separate stories ("Future Imperfect" and "The End") about what might happen to Bruce Banner and The Hulk in the distant future. In both there has been some major environmental disaster that wiped out much of humanity. Future Imperfect makes more references to the Marvel Universe and the history of the Hulk than The End does, but neither require much background knowledge going in. I thought both were really interesting character pieces, and insightful about the Banner/Hulk and villain/hero internal conflicts. The art was also excellent in both stories. George Perez drew a very human Hulk in Future Imperfect and includes a crazy amount of interesting detail in the drawings, while Dale Keown drew a much more monstrous Hulk in The End and made slightly more abstract but very evocative environments for the final Banner/Hulk mental showdown.

By the way, I don't care at all about comic book universe continuity, so I like that both stories are entirely out of continuity, and The Hulk has been reinvented so many times that that's always going to be true, but I thought I'd note it for potential readers.
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Hulk: The End is the best there is 18 mai 2014
Par Jake - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
There's no beating around the bush with it: "The Incredible Hulk: The End" is the best Hulk comic ever written, hands down. No super villains, no superheroes, no Betty or General "Thunderbolt" Ross; just Bruce Banner, and Hulk, alone...

After an apocalyptic war destroyed the human race, the only survivor is Dr. Bruce Banner, cursed to walk the Earth forever due to his monstrous alter-ego's apparent immortality. But after two centuries of solitude, Banner wants to simply die in peace, while Hulk wants to be alone but finds he is forever tied to Banner's life, and refuses Banner's wish for death. As the two go back and forth for control of their shared mind, Banner learns that he is Hulk's unwanted prisoner, and Death, his only escape, will be impossible...

Written by Peter David, "TIH: The End" is well written, thought-provoking, and damn good reading. Buy this book, and you won't be disappointed.
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Could've been so much worse. 22 avril 2012
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I bought this, along with the rest of the titles in THE END, for a research project. HULK: THE END is on the better end of the spectrum. It's not the greatest comic ever written, but it's thoughtful and well drawn. It's far superior to FANTASTIC FOUR: THE END, SHE-HULK: THE END, and some of the others. Worth a read, but don't expect to be wowed.
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