Ultimate Spider-Man
#40 - The Incredible Spider-Hulk

Original Airdate - June 23rd, 2013
Spider-Man and The Hulk switch minds, leading to lots of craziness and a clobberiní from The Thing of The Fantastic Four.

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Mini-Review by Medinnus

I was pre-desposed to dislike this episode, as the premise sounded horrible, and that they were going to re-tread the "Freaky" episode, but I was pleasantly surprised. While it was nowhere near as good as last week's Iron Fist-centric episode, the episode was pleasant enough, with the humor being amusing rather than idiotic (even the chibi moment). Granted, Spider-Man in the Hulk's body would have been easy to resolve without the Thing, as all he would have had to do was surrender to Coulson, then S.H.I.E.L.D. would have easily captured Hulk-Parker. Then they could have focused on Mesmero (and yes, it would have been easy to write, with Mesmero body-swapping S.H.I.E.L.D. agents and civilians as distractions to escape, but I digress).

Some of the jokes were tedious "Purpling my pants" - but other scenes, like Stan Lee's literal soapbox, was mildly entertaining.

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