The back-up story starring the Savage She-Hulk is all right, although it doesn't quite compare to the lead. Fred van Lente and Michael Ryan are turning out a story that feels much shorter than it actually is, though; the pacing feels a little off, with ten pages seeming more like just five. It could be that this new She-Hulk and her foes just aren't quite grabbing my attention yet. Hopefully that'll change soon; after all, this is the same comic that made me like Skaar. "Incredible Hulk" as a whole is a good title these days, and it's nice to see this counterpart to "Hulk" not only have a purpose, but get a chance to shine. Having two "Hulk" titles does make sense after all, who knew? Read Full Review
While still early, Greg Pak's series is showing a lot of promise. Bruce Banner is the star of the show after taking the backseat for so long as his alter-ego. The next step is to build the rest of the story and cast up to that same level. I'm confident that the writing will reach that point over time, but the art will continue to flounder unless there's a change from Olivetti. Read Full Review
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