Incredible Hulk #711

Writer: Greg Pak Artist: Greg Land Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: December 20, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 11
6.0Critic Rating
5.6User Rating

On the savage planet of Sakaar, the last remaining tribes of a dead society fight for dwindling resources... A sequence of ancient trials known as the Gauntlet is the only way to survive!  A champion is called to battle: AMADEUS CHO, THE TOTALLY AWESOME HULK! His opponent is a familiar one... WITNESS THE THUNDERING BARBARIAN!!! The ODINSON!
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  • 7.0
    Monkeys Fighting Robots - Brandon J. Griffin Dec 23, 2017

    "Return To Planet Hulk" isn't a story to challenge the minds of its readers. However, it is one that certainly keeps us entertained with dazzling fight sequences and interesting creature designs. Which is exactly what it needed to be. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    Comic Watch - Nicholas Osborn Dec 27, 2017

    While continuing to be action-packed and beautiful overall, awkward pacing issues and the repeated tropes hinder The Incredible Hulk #711 from truly standing on its own. However, the ending promises not only a thrilling duel of epic proportions but also the potential for what the series holds in the future! Read Full Review

  • 4.4
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Dec 21, 2017

    I don't think I've ever been more excited as a Hulk reader than in 2005, when Greg Pak was weaving the original Planet Hulk saga and drastically overhauling that character's role in the Marvel U. I wish that same sense of excitement and wonder was driving its sequel. But after three issues, Planet Hulk II still feels like a dull, unnecessary retread of the original. Read Full Review

  • 3.5
    Herushalaim Dec 25, 2017

    Incredible Hulk continues to bore me. For what should be a big story, this feels like a last minute haphazard version. This is what Civil War 2 felt like compared to Civil War. The cliffhanger gave me hope, but that'll probably be dashed on the rocks in the next issue. We'll see.

  • 7.0
    Rick Jonez Dec 21, 2017

    If any of this arc or direction interested me then this dragging chapter's perfectly strong art and decent storytelling basics would have gotten a higher rating - but it did not...

  • 7.0
    freemanlouis7 Jan 2, 2018

    Same ol' same ol, at least the art is good.

  • 6.0
    The bad who Dec 21, 2017

    After 3 issues, I can safely say that this series has been one of the biggest letdown of the year. When I heard Greg Pak was back to Planet Hulk, I was sure it would be epic and just plain badass, but it's clearly not what happened. WHile the art is nice and the action sequences are decent, the story lacks consistency and looks like a chaotic patchwork of what it could be. The sense of urgency is not conveyed through the dialog nor the story's pacing and Amadeus proves to be a bland character after all. The redeeming part of it is the ending and the hope for a real epic fight after all. Too bad they had to bring in another super hero to achieve something close to what I had hoped from the start.

  • 4.0
    CrazyforRAMU Jul 6, 2018

    The Hulk's interminable Gauntlet battle against the Generic Sakaar Warlord drags on, with this issue's final-page surprise promising us a no-doubt lazy script-flip of Thor: Ragnarok in the near future.

    The general quality of storytelling in this arc (both words and art) remains close to average. (Greg Pak shamelessly stealing the best line from the Ragnarok trailer is a notable low, though.) This is my third serving of oatmeal in a row and the consistent blandness is pushing my rating down even if the gruel is otherwise inoffensive.

    Cho-Hulk buying into the Warlord's obviously-rigged "rule by gladiatorial combat" system is profoundly disappointing. I think it's my dissatisfaction with that lazy, non-heroic decision tha more

  • 8.5
    iPodwithnomusic May 24, 2018

  • 7.5
    EDiakota Dec 21, 2017

  • 7.0
    that dude Dec 23, 2017

  • 7.0
    Jason The Dude Mar 3, 2018

  • 3.5
    YourGreenMuse Jul 19, 2019

  • 1.0
    Chriskiss Jan 26, 2018

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