Hulk #14

Writer: Jeph Loeb Artist: Ian Churchill Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: August 26, 2009 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 2
5.5Critic Rating
8.2User Rating

It's CODE RED VS. X-FORCE. Who is Code Red? How about Red Hulk. Deadpool. The Punisher. Elektra. Thundra. The Crimson Dynamo. What terrible secret could bring this group together -- only to run headlong into the deadliest team of X-Men? All this -- and wait until you see RED HULK VS. WOLVERINE! Superstar scribe Jeph Loeb is joined by art team Ian Churchill and Mark Farmer as the epic saga of the Red Hulk continues! Rated T …$3.99

  • 6.0
    Comic Book Resources - James Hunt Aug 29, 2009

    For the first time since its relaunch, "Hulk" feels like a comic I could read. Not necessarily one I want to -- the Red Hulk is still too irritating a protagonist -- but it isn't so dumb that it feels like an insult to customers that it got published at all. Things might actually be moving in the right direction. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Eye On Comics - Don MacPherson Sep 4, 2009

    What piqued my interest about this issue was the debut of a new penciller: Ian Churchill. His predecessor, Ed McGuinness, boasted a cartoony, exaggerated style that was a perfect match for Loebs zany, bombastic plotlines. Turning now to Churchills usual 1990s, Kewl style, reminiscent of the work of Rob Liefeld and Jim Lee, seemed like a misstep to me until I saw the interior art. While Churchills cover boasts his usual style, the art within is completely different in tone. While it doesnt ape McGuinnesss approach, its definitely in keeping with it. I can only assume that inker Mark Farmer, with whom Churchill doesnt usually work, brought that looser, louder tone to bear here. It comes as a relief, to be honest, and the visuals were appropriate fun. Unfortunately, theyre not enough to distract from the clunkiness of Loebs plot. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Ultimate Goblin Nov 20, 2022

    Pretty intriguing beginning of a new story arc. But two things I hate about Loeb: his style, when he has a character tell something through the whole comic between the lines of the main story (especially I hated it in Ultimate comics) and how he can't write a fair detective. I mean, we all know now who is the Rulk, but he couldn't give readers a chance to figure it out, he constantly showed them Rulk with his "Banner" self, which is secretly an LMD here...

  • 9.0
    iPodwithnomusic Jul 28, 2019

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