Watch online and download Incredible Hulk: The End comic in high quality. Various formats from p to p HD (or even p). HTML5 available for mobile. The story follows the narrative of Bruce Banner and the Hulk following a war which ended in a. Incredible Hulk: The End [Peter David, Dale Keown, George Perez] on Amazon. com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Chronicling the final days of the. The testing of the first Gamma Bomb thrust upon Robert Bruce Banner that which he would come to believe would be his greatest nightmare: 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. Certainly well worth the bargain basement price I got for the Kindle edition. In the first, a dystopian megalopolis is ruled by The Maestro, who just happens to be a angry, giant green guy, just like our anti- hero. Surrounding him are ruins and debris from a bygone civilization. I have not read many Hulk stories, but I think this is one of the better ones. Jan 19, Moatazz rated it liked it. Of the two, the End is the better story, but Future Imperfect is still a decent story, just not having aged as well, with the artwork looking dated. Well worth reading just for the end. Published 1 year ago by joseph r hayslip. Feb 16, P Fosten rated it really liked it. In the first story, David's futuristic vernacular substitutions are really annoying; in the fut The Hulk gets to jump around in two post-atomic futures.