: Is this worth picking up? I'm tempted to get
: the digital version but not if that panel
: you linked to was the best of Wondy's
: appearance in the book. It is usually just
: a couple of panels and two or three lines in
: his appearances so i don't want to waste my
Well, it's a little more than that, but not a whole issue of Hulk vs Wonder Man. The "fight" is more of a one page, stalemated shoving match...until Hulk punches Wondy across Vegas. Iron Man then flies in and just bounces off the Hulk(at least Wonder Man moved him!)Hulk grabs Tony, leaps off with him and they talk things out, end of fight.
However, before the fight(and this is what gets Simon so angry)Hulk lifts up that pyramid casino and tosses it at the "Whackos". Wonder Man catches it and holds it up(with a cool panel that is a direct homage to the "Secret Wars" cover where Hulk is holding up a mountain as everyone lays helpless! Hawkeye even says, "This seems oddly...familiar."). Wondy then throws it away and heads towards the Hulk and hits him(which is the panel I linked.)
So for the panel time Wondy did get, he had a good showing. Hulk pretty much had is way with the team until Wonder Man got involved. Hulk even compliments him a couple of times. Personally, I think it was worth it just to see the "Whackos" together again. It was a fun issue so I say get it, I think you'll like it!
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