Much like All-New Wolverine, Totally Awesome Hulk isn't really doing anything to explore its premise. Pak is too focused on the story at hand, that of Hulk's interactions with this Lady Hellbender person, to really dig into how Amadeus Cho is doing as the Hulk. There is more exploration of Cho's stake in all of this than X-23's, but the story is still the most important part of Pak's comic at the moment. That's fine. It's still enjoyable, and Cho as Hulk is still entertaining enough to be worth a read. But with most comics these days, I kind of just want him to go a little deeper, to really explore the space. Though considering the low shelf life of any comic book from the Big 2 these days, that's probably easier said than done. Read Full Review
The main problem with most of Marvel's core heroes is that there really isn't any sense of danger or challenge today. Bruce Banner has always battled with the Hulk, which is mentioned here, but Amadeus seems to have mastered his new persona in three issues. Where internal demons fail, so do external in this issue. This book seems to have adopted the Marvel cartoon philosophy and is just flash with an attempt to cash in on all the great stories and lore that have come before.