Incredible Hulks #622

Writer: Greg Pak Artist: Paul Pelletier Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: February 9, 2011 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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In the horrific tragedy of life sweepstakes, the Hulk has won the jackpot, time and time again. But now he's finally had enough. Don't miss the shocking climax of GOD SMASH as the Incredible Hulk breaks the most fundamental law set by the gods before mortals -- by demanding a reckoning from the most formidable Allfather of them all!

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Resources - Doug Zawisza Feb 10, 2011

    Once the battle is won, Hulk is punished for his insolence. That scene melds the current mythology of Hulk with the more pervasive mythology of the Greek gods, and the end result is amazing. The story goes from there, giving Pak (or future Hulk writers) an opportunity for a follow-up tussle. The epilogue sets up the Hulk Family's upcoming journey to the Savage Land, a journey that Pelletier, unfortunately, won't be drawing as Dale Eaglesham comes in for the next arc. That's a shame, too, as I'd love to see how Pelletier handles Ka-Zar, Zabu, and the other Savage Land denizens. Judging by this issue and the previous, it would be quite smashing indeed. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    IGN - Feb 9, 2011

    Paul Pelletier's pencils are always impressive, at least. He can render Hulk taking a beating just as well as delivering one. The inking in this issue is fairly inconsistent though, particularly early on. But that final page is particularly gorgeous, and enough to instill some level of excitement for Planet Savage. Can Pak finally achieve the right storytelling balance for the series in this upcoming arc? Read Full Review

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