RikerDonegal November 27, 2016
Terrible nonsense. Feels rushed. Makes no sense.
The Hulk arrives. Conveniently. Why he suddenly feels the need to hitch a ride on a plane is anybodies guess.
The Leader must surely be the weakest Marvel Supervillain. His plan here is vague. It involves replacing the president with a robot, we are told. For some nefarious reason, no doubt. He's also replaced almost everyone on the base! Why?
Even stranger there are other robots who can join together to form a giant robot. Why? Was this for a separate plan? Who knows? Betty Ross (a terrible one-note character most of the time) suddenly deduces that her father is a robot. And gets hit for her trouble. A weird scene. Luckily the Hulk randomly appears through a wall and destroys the robot. Of course. Why not?
Speaking of random stuff... the worst lies ahead... Doc Samson somehow saves the Hulk by... standing still and absorbing some gamma rays directed at Ol' Greenskin. Not only is he somehow unaffected by the rays but they bounce back(!) destroying the giant robot AND the Leader's control room miles away AND freeing all the prisoners from their cells. Somehow. Just. By. Standing. Still.
As the story rapidly concludes various character make wild proclamations about everything being over. Deductions based on absolutely nothing.