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I'm totally stealing this one from Comics Should Be Good, but in case some of you haven't seen this, you may want to check it out. In 1994, the longtime Hulk writer Peter David teamed up with George Perez to produce a two-issue prestige format Incredible Hulk story called FUTURE IMPERFECT. The whole idea is that the Hulk has to go to the future to save it from its dictator, the Maestro, who is an older version of himself.
Of course, it's George Perez, so there's a ton of detail. The second and third pages immediately show this.
Now, here's the thing. Wally (as he's called in Britain) or Waldo (as he's called in the States) is in that picture. Your job is to find him. Click the picture to view it at full size. And in case you've forgotten what he looks like, here's a refresher.
(As an aside, is it just me or does calling him "Wally" just make Odlaw's name stand out nonsensically?)
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