If you are looking for an excuse to pick up an issue of the Hulk then this one is a good one to grab. Sure you will spend $4 on it but it's an entertaining and clever issue that could potentially act as a self contained story with a jump on point to the next plot development at the end of the issue. The comic has plenty of guest stars and a lot of intriguing good guy-bad guy politics to keep the story a guessing game in terms of allegiances. This is a good comic book. Read Full Review
Moreso than most Marvel "events," this feels like a "Crisis." A crisis with a sense of humor about what it is, yet playing it all with straight-faced glee. The glee that accompanies a line like, "Avengers Smash!" Read Full Review
There is a lot going on in this week's Incredible Hulk, but unless you've been closely following the story, you might get lost in the multitude of twists. That makes it really hard for me to appreciate this issue to the fullest extent It also doesn't help that Paul Pelletier, normally a superb artist, has a really rough go here. The solid character writing from Greg Pak and great backup art from Ryan Stegman go a long way, but its not quite far enough to bump this into Buy It territory. Read Full Review
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