World War Hulks: Hulked Out Heroes #1

World War Hulks: Hulked Out Heroes #1

Writer: Jeff Parker Artist: Humberto Ramos Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: April 14, 2010 Critic Reviews: 3
6.8Critic Rating
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Spinning from the shocking twist ending of FALL OF THE HULKS, Jeff Parker (WORLD WAR HULKS: ALPHA, AVENGERS VS. ATLAS, THUNDERBOLTS) and Humberto Ramos (SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN, X-MEN) bring you the most incredible new character from the House of Ideas: HULKPOOL! What sacrifices will he make for the greater good? What horrible decisions will change the world as we know it? And what do Devil Dinosaur, Rawhide Kid, Rama Tut, and Bluebeard the Pirate have to do with this? Find out this April in HULKED-OUT HEROES! Rated T

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Matthew J. Brady Apr 13, 2010

    So, who knows where this Hulks thing is going or how stupid/enjoyable it will end up being. But given Jeff Parker's involvement, at least some of it should be readable. That's not the most ringing endorsement, but for this miniseries at least, it's nice to see a superhero comic that realizes how dumb it is and just has fun, rather than trying to somehow wring some drama out of taking a non-serious situation too seriously. Let's see more like this, please; as long as Parker is writing comics, I'm sure we will. Read Full Review

  • 6.4
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Apr 14, 2010

    Ultimately, this story probably would have functioned better as a lone one-shot than a two-issue series. I certainly had fun, but I was ready for Hulkpool's escapades to wrap by the end of the book. Hopefully Parker can keep the magic flowing in the second half later this month. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    The Comic Addiction - Corwin C. Crowl Apr 14, 2010

    Humberto Ramos is the perfect choice for artist on this series. His art delivers the action and the cartoony aspect that feels right at home with the subject matter. His imaginative designs and layouts make the mixture of super heroics, time travel and pirates believable. Throw in some dinosaurs, monkeys, cowboys and Hawkeye and you get a hodgepodge of comic goodness that any reader young or old can respect. How could a writer effectively mix all of these things together? Read and find out. I must confess these types of stories are not what I really like to read but I have to admit that Parker and Ramos make H.O.H. spell F.U.N. Read Full Review

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