First impressions of course was my excitement to see the Hulk. It was very enjoyable watching an out of place Hulk in a post apocalyptic, mutant ruled world, but I wasn't used to the name change. Cover art was simple but straight forward and it was none the less a good cover. The Artwork of course is still gritty and dark, and is still the pride of this series. The story is still seems a little confusing to someone who doesn't know about this alternate timeline. I wish they would've just called the Hulk something else other than the "Thing". Besides that I'm sure the next issue has a lot to offer especially after the preview page shows Jean Grey walking solo. After all of this, I still give this issue a 9 out of 10. Read Full Review
The problem this issue has is in its art. Roberto De La Torre is joined by Renato Arlem this time around, and the whole package suffers. There are panels that are so confusing, so oddly composed, that I still am not entirely sure what I was looking at. This becomes very problematic during the fight scene. Is that Weapon Omega or Beast? Is that Prophet or Horror Show? What the hell is going on? It's a major bummer, because De La Torre's art has been the high point of this series so far. To see it become such a mess is borderline heartbreaking. Read Full Review
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