CIVIL WAR II TIE-IN! • BRUCE BANNER'S fate during the 8-month gap post-SECRET WARS is revealed! • Was he really cured by AMADEUS CHO? Did he survive? • Has Amadeus made a disastrous miscalculation? Rated T
'Totally Awesome Hulk' #7 can be seen as a lot of things. A necessary but all-consuming showcase for Banner amid a Civil War II tie-in that leaves Cho as a cameo in his own title. On the other hand, there is a sense of peace and happiness to Banner that has been earned and maybe won't be for long but seeing his burden lifted and his tortured soul emancipated is a revelation. TAH #7 is a love note to fans of Bruce Banner and I for one cherish it. Read Full Review
With this issue, Pak has cemented himself as an equal to Peter David in the pantheon of Hulk writers. An amazing and haunting character study. Cathartic, fun, haunting, and haunting all at the same time, this issue is a stellar breakdown of Bruce Banner. Alan Davis does a wonderful, and his expressions are brilliant and convey Bruce's decent into madness really well. Best issue of the ANAD lineup so far.