Artist Jae Lee dipped his quill in many a Marvel Knights tale back in the early 2000s, and this one, although a relatively minor one, is most definitely worth your pennies.
Although his Thing looks a bit too organic and not rock-like enough for my tastes, and his Hulk is far too human-looking, Jae does a wonderful job, as ever, in capturing dark, morbid, melancholic atmospheres, which these monsters and the story woven for them provide in spades.
Writer Bruce Jones revisits the monster/man dynamic that makes both main characters so beloved by so many. He touches on the Thing's depression and self loathing, the Hulk's rage and childlike denial, and in four strokes he tells us why the Thing went looking for his traditional counterpart, what he was looking for, and how it is Ben Grimm beat the Green Goliath, but failed to dispose of him for good.
A bit too straightforward in a couple of passages, but a satisfying, emotional, strong read...
... which, as an added bonus, includes a reprint of most possibly the cheekiest Hulk/Thing brawl of all time.