Hulk #24

Event\Storyline: World War Hulks Writer: Jeph Loeb Artist: Ed McGuinness Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: August 18, 2010 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 1
7.1Critic Rating
7.0User Rating

THIS IS IT. THE END OF WORLD WAR HULKS! WHO WILL LIVE? WHO WILL DIE? CAN THE MARVEL UNIVERSE SURVIVE WITH A GREEN HULK AND A RED HULK? BE HERE FOR THE FINAL CHAPTER IN THE RED HULK SAGA AS THE SUPERSTAR TEAM OF JEPH LOEB AND ED MCGUINNESS REVEAL THE FINAL FATE OF THE RED HULK! Rated T …$3.99

  • 8.5
    Comic Book Revolution - Andrenn Aug 19, 2010

    Hulk #24 is not the masterpiece that Incredible Hulk #611 was, but its definitely a good read that makes for a satisfying conclusion to the run. If you like or hate what Loeb did, I think you'll still find a fun and interesting read with this issue and some amazing art that really boosts it up a level. I'm very glad I decided to pick this issue up and I recommend anyone who's interested in a big fight and wanted to see Rulk get what he's had coming pick this up. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    ComicList - Brandon Borzelli Aug 21, 2010

    If you like fighting and the fighting to look great then this is a great issue to pick up. You may even like the double narrative and the link between them. In that regard the issue is quite entertaining. If you have struggled with the run and reveal of the red Hulk's identity then this issue might be like reopening an old wound. As a cap to the Jeph Loeb era it seems like this was the only way it could end. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Weekly Comic Book Review - Joe Lopez Aug 21, 2010

    A beautifully illustrated piece of popcorn fun. Seriously worth the price of admission just so you can ogle McGuinness' bigger than life pencils. The plot has its flaws, but it's so damn pretty! Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    IGN - Mark Thomas Aug 18, 2010

    Returning once more to the theme of duality, issue #24's greatest strength is how it manages to deliver an effective conclusion to a 24-issue saga. Hulk truly seems to have come full circle now, and issue #24 even directly parallels a few key scenes from issue #1. The script here occasionally flirts with feeling pointless or unnecessary given how the main event has largely wrapped up. Strictly in terms of endings, Hulk #24 outclasses Incredible Hulk #611 by a fair margin. That issue ended abruptly, whereas here the script allows enough room for the characters to begin picking up the pieces and moving forward to the series' next phase. Hulk #24 is uneven in many ways, but that's simply par for the course with this series, and I can't say I left this issue feeling disappointed. And as with Incredible Hulk, I'm fairly excited to see what's coming next. Read Full Review

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