Hulk #25

Writer: Jeff Parker Artist: Gabriel Hardman Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: September 22, 2010 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 3
7.2Critic Rating
6.7User Rating

Take cover, here comes a rampaging engine of awesome force- and we're talking about our new creative team of Jeff Parker and Gabriel Hardman bringing RED HULK into a new age of sci-fi adventure! The score has been settled, Red Hulk has been beaten by the Incredible Hulk decisively. The war is over and Steve Rogers is on tap to give these explosive characters a sense of direction! Red Hulk heads out to deal with a deadly contingency plan left behind by Leader and MODOK, for once on the side of the angels. But IRON MAN didn't get the message...Plus, an extra 8-page backup featuring Rick Jones, the A-BOMB, by Jeff Parker and Mark Robinson. Rated more

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Resources - Doug Zawisza Sep 23, 2010

    As much as I enjoy the work from Parker and Hardman on "Atlas," this book really surprised me. I'm not a true-blue (true-red?) Red Hulk supporter now by any means, but Parker does make the case for the Red Hulk to be a much more compelling character in this first issue of what projects to be a long run. I'm impressed with what I've seen to this point, and with this creative team in place, I plan on seeing more. This is a nice surrogate for that "Atlas" fix I'm going to be needing soon. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    ComicList - Brandon Borzelli Sep 24, 2010

    This series is still finding its new place in the Marvel Universe. I can't say this feels like a Jeff Parker comic book now but it certainly doesn't feel like a Jeph Loeb one anymore either. This issue gives Hulk a mission and manages to set a new level for the character and his place in the Marvel Universe. It's a good start and I'm anxious to see what they do from here. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Vine - inferiorego Sep 22, 2010

    It is a solid book. It's very good, but if you're a Jeff Parker fan, things are going to feel a little foreign. It will take time to become adjusted, not only to the Parker and Hardman team-up, but the fact that Loeb isn't writing the book anymore. I have a great feeling that this will become a serious and very good run under Parker and Hardman. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Sep 22, 2010

    Both Hulk books are clearly in a period of transition right now thanks to the new creators and new story directions. So far, Hulk seems to emerge on better ground, even if it isn't entirely free of flaws. What matters is Parker and Hardman manage to hit the ground running, and this arc could easily develop into something memorable depending what direction they choose to head in. Read Full Review

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