FALL OF THE HULKS CONCLUSION! Now allied with Banner and Skaar, the Red Hulk takes the battle back to the Intelligencia home base. With the future of the U.S. at stake, can the most dangerous Hulk triumph?
This comic doesn't pretend to be great literature, it simply delivers an entertaining read in a very Hulk kind of way. As all of the events in comics over the past few decades fade away, become dated, or find their consequences undone, this story doesn't pretend to be targeting a universe-change like many of those did, and it doesn't promise that things won't ever be the same. It's the Hulk, there's smashing, and there's fun and this book is filled with both. Read Full Review
I'm doing my best to to keep a stiff upper lip as I look ahead to World War Hulks. All three Hulk writers - Loeb, Greg Pak, and Jeff Parker, have done good work on their respective books lately. But ultimately Fall of the Hulks was far more chaotic and disjointed than necessary. If Hulk #21 is any indication of the tone and execution of World War Hulks, I'm about ready to get out while the getting is still good. Read Full Review
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