The Incredible Hulk #7.1

The Incredible Hulk #7.1

Writer: Jason Aaron Artist: Jefte Palo Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: May 16, 2012 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 8
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With the search on to find Bruce Banner, Red She-Hulk may be the only hero who knows how to track him down. How did she learn this information, and will she actually use it to help find Banner?

  • 10
    Blue Raven Comics - Clark Bullock May 29, 2012

    This book has something for everyone. Even if you are not a huge Hulk fan, I 100% guarantee you will find something you like within it. I will admit, after the epic Hulk Vs. Banner story arc, I was afraid that this book would fall flat. I now realize that as long as Aaron keeps writing, there is not a chance in hell that will happen. I have noticed some slight art changes, Jefte Palo being the penciler for this issue.The art styleis slightly different, but nothing drastic. Thereare still plenty of great explosions and action scenes that look just as good as they did in previous issues. I am very excited to see where the Stay Angry story arc takes us, but the first issue appears to have a Punisher/Hulk showdown. Let's all hope for the best. Read Full Review

  • 9.4
    Outer Realm Comics - thanosrules May 28, 2012

    As a side note, the cover for this issue is awesome. In fact, many of the covers for this series have been great (with some exceptions). The next cover, from the preview, "Stay Angry", with the Punisher looks fantastic too. I am definitely looking forward to where this series goes, especially with what happened and was revealed in this issue. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comic Book Resources - James Hunt May 22, 2012

    With the Hulk receiving an unexpected boost from his appearance in "The Avengers," this book couldn't have come at a better time. As with the movie, this is a version of the Hulk you can root for. One who's the star in a world that's supposed to belong to someone else. Pick it up, and you won't be disappointed. Read Full Review

  • 8.8
    Multiversity Comics - Chad Bowers May 17, 2012

    Next month, Aaron reunites with his "Punisher: MAX" co-creator Steve Dillon to kick off a brand new arc called 'Stay Angry', wherein the Hulk must, presumably, stay angry. That's a solid sounding premise, sure, but before this issue, I don't know if I could have told you I'd be sticking around for it. But "Incredible Hulk" got really good this month, and if it's any indication of things to come, Jason Aaron's set to bring the SMASH! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Population Go - Population Go Staff May 18, 2012

    Overall, it's another fun issue of this run complete with all the action, character work, and comedy that fans should have come to expect from Jason Aaron and this series. It might not be the best jumping on point for fans coming from the Avengers movie, but it wouldn't hurt to give it a look anyway. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics: The Gathering - lucstclair May 21, 2012

    A new story arc finally begins as this issue takes a hilarious turn when the Hulk takes a vacation and celebrates his freedom from Bruce Banner, but is he truly happy? Plus : The Orb returns, trust me youre gonna laugh your ass off. Written by Jason Aaron (Avengers Vs X-Men) & illustrated by the crisp drawings of Jefte Palo (Taskmaster : Unthinkable). Im unfamiliar with his work, but as long as its not Whilce Portacio, Im good. Also sports a breath-taking painted cover by Michael Komark. From Marvel Comics. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson May 28, 2012

    As a Point One issue, I expected mostly flashbacks and retcons and such, as I found out in the first couple of .1"s, but this issue picks up the story and runs with it, serving as a jumping-on point while also working as a successful single issue. The scenes with the Orb are squicky as heck, and the sex scene (while thankfully mostly off-panel) has some unpleasantness to it, by design. Overall, though, the basic theme here is the inversion of roles for Banner and Hulk, and the ramifications thereof. Incredible Hulk #7.1 is a good one, even though I hate the bald Hulk and have issues with the art, earning an optimistic 3.5 out of 5 stars overall. I'm interested to see where this is heading, and hope to see more of the awesome Hulk portrayal from The Avengers movie, even if they're doing something different with the character... Read Full Review

  • 0.0
    Crave Online - Iann Robinson May 17, 2012

    Marvel, House Of Ideas, whatever you're calling yourself these days, I implore you to put this madness to an end. The new Hulk reboot is a complete and total failure. The promise of Marc Silvestri's art has fallen through; Jason Aaron has managed to derail the series in just seven issues, and the art post-Silvestri has ranged from bad to laughable to unacceptable. Bring Greg Pak back, give Ed Brubaker the series or Zeb Wells or Greg Rucka or Mark Waid or Dan Slott or even hand it over to Bendis. Do something before you do some damage that we all, finally, walk away from. Read Full Review

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