By: Mark Waid (Writer), Walter Simonson (Penciler), Andres Mossa (Colorist), Chris Eliopoulos (Letterer)
The Review: You might have seen an article doing the rounds a while back about how Jerry Ordway, one of the great comic artists of the 80’s and 90’s, has found it hard to come by work at DC recently; if not, Bleeding Cool have a quick rundown and Ordway’s own blog is the straight dope on the matter. While I suppose it could be said that the art styles of the past sometimes have trouble gelling with the comics of the present, there’s no doubt that talents like Ordway’s still deserve a place on comic book shelves. Great art shines no matter what. Proof positive of this is found in this month’s Indestructible Hulk which features the perennial artwork of Walt Simonson – a Marvel Alumni with pedigree to spare – whose appearance here on interiors is as likely to excite old fans as much as is it to earn him some new ones.
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