Hulk #27

Hulk #27

Writer: Jeff Parker Artist: Gabriel Hardman Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: November 17, 2010 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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SCORCHED EARTH PART 3 Red Hulk goes into deeply unfamiliar territory to stop the next contingency, and the best ally for the mission is Namor, King of Atlantis!

  • 8.4
    Weekly Comic Book Review - Tony Rakittke Nov 20, 2010

    With a devastating, exciting blend of high-octane superhero action, military intrigue, and compelling human drama, Parker, Hardman, and Breitweiser have reinvigorated Hulk and turned this into a comic that demands your attention. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Vine - Zack Freeman Nov 17, 2010

    I really only caught the Red Hulk storyline as its tail end with the blow-outs in the World War Hulks books, so I don't know how long this title has basically been a solo title for the crimson colossus. Even if it isn't new, I still think it's an awesome idea to follow the "Rulk" as he's forced to do the Avenger's suicde mission/dirty work. It's like the Thunderbolts-in-one - - or even a "Thunderbolt" title. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Eye On Comics - Don MacPherson Nov 29, 2010

    I haven't been as taken with the backup feature, spotlighting A-Bomb AKA Rick Jones, but I have to admit, this particular episode was a blast, as it takes the character to Monster Island. How can one help but smile and delight at a story that involves something called "Monster Island"? As fun and action-packed as the main story is, the A-Bomb feature is even more energetic. It's irreverent but inconsequential. Actually, I guess I do enjoy the story, but the exaggerated, extreme art doesn't quite work for me. Sure, it suits the tone of the protagonist and the monstrous threats he faces, but the storytelling isn't clear. The artwork is frenetic and doesn't flow well at all. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton Nov 19, 2010

    For a book I never thought would have a life post-Loeb, "Hulk" isn't doing bad at all. Time will tell if it can play a long-term game, but for now it's entertaining. Not bad for a book that seemed destined for a limited time on the stands. Read Full Review

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