Incredible Hulks #615

Incredible Hulks #615

Writer: Greg Pak, Ben McCool Artist: Tom Raney, Barry Kitson, Carlo Pagulayan Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: October 27, 2010 Critic Reviews: 3
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As the Hulk's long-lost son Hiro-Kala rockets towards us across the solar system, Steve Rogers and the Secret Avengers face a much more immediate threat -- three tons of Incredible Hulks cutting loose right here on Planet Earth! Forced to choose between his son and his planet, whose side will the Hulk take? And how will that affect his fragile bonds with his savage son Skaar and his even more savage wife, the Red She-Hulk? No one can save you like your family. But no one can drive you crazier. And when you're talking about a family of Hulks, it's that second part that makes the whole world tremble in fear. Written by "Planet Hulk" scribe Greg Pak and featuring the Hulk debut of fan favorite penciller Barry Kitson. PLUS: the first two installments of the S.M.A.S.H. FILES, secret stories of the Incredible Hulks! Rated A �$3.99

  • 9.0
    Chuck's Comic Of The Day - Chuck Oct 31, 2010

    Oh, and if you don't care about smart characters, the good news is: there's a lot of smashing in there, too. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Vine - Zack Freeman Oct 27, 2010

    I couldn't help but think of that classic line from Bride of Frankenstein while reading this. You know, that toast to the "new world of gods and monsters." I've always thought that Hulk was one of the hardest characters to make interesting, especially after the great psychological stuff that Peter David did, but this is truly something new, exciting and nigh-mythical. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Oct 27, 2010

    Barry Kitson delivers on the action once again in this issue. His character scale is in need of some serious fine-tuning, but otherwise the series packs all the detail and energy I expect of it. As for the backup feature, Ben McCool's Red She-Hulk tale is neither as annoyingly vapid as the recent A-Bomb shorts nor as memorable as the previous issue's Skaar feature. On the whole, Incredible Hulks has been steadily improving since the name change. These final two issues of "Dark Son" could easily improve even more. Read Full Review

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