Think what you will about Jeph Loeb, I like his work on Hulk. I think this issue would've worked better as a one-shot than the intro to an ongoing series since there's no hint as to what Hulk will be up to. Still, this series has the potential to be pretty interesting, I just hope it isn't a funny series of mishaps. If we see Hulk at the laundromat I'm out. Read Full Review
It's not hard to find something good about this book -- after all, McGuinness' opening few pages look great, and the remaining pages of Djurdjevic's are fantastic, despite the fact that he has to go to some fairly extreme lengths to ensure that the nude Hulk stays work-safe. Unfortunately, good art does not make a good comic, and no matter how pretty it is, there's nothing so essential that it excuses the quality of the writing. This is one for completists only. Don't let the "March on Ultimatum" banner fool you; there's nothing so far that suggests any relation to the crossover, besides the fact it appears to take place before it. Read Full Review
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