Marvel Knights: Hulk #2

Marvel Knights: Hulk #2

Writer: Joe Keatinge Artist: Piotr Kowalski Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: January 15, 2014 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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•  An amnesiac Dr. Bruce Banner has awoken in Paris and now finds himself in a desperate power struggle...for the Hulk!
•  Who wants Banner's monstrous alter ego to do their bidding-and what happens when he doesn't know who the Hulk is, or how to unleash him?
•  A mind-bending mystery + creepy robots + crazy science = quirky cool Hulk action downloaded directly from the mad minds of Keatinge & Kowalski!

  • 7.5
    Multiversity Comics - Vince Ostrowski Jan 17, 2014

    Issue #2 becomes proof positive that Kowalski is quickly developing a signature style and pushing beyond his influences to become a stellar comic book talent. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton Jan 16, 2014

    "Marvel Knights: Hulk" #2 might not be as instantly-grabbing as the first issue, but it's still a solid comic. Hopefully Keatinge and Kowalski can get some more work based off of this; they're doing a good enough job playing outside of continuity that I'd like to see someone give them a chance in the main sandbox with everyone else. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Vine - Gregg Katzman Jan 15, 2014

    MARVEL KNIGHTS: HULK has some engrossing artwork, but the lack of focus on the title character is definitely a bit of a bummer. Instead, a new organization has become the center of attention and it feels like we're abruptly tossed right into the middle of things. It's strange but certainly fun at times. I'll definitely stick around to see how it plays out, but hopefully it won't just be Hulk smashing and then the group realizing he can't be controlled. Even if it is, at least we know it'll look solid! Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    GoCollect - @TonyTheGamerDad Jan 17, 2014

    Keatinge tells a great story, but he does so outside of the Marvel Universe and readily disregards any continuity that doesn't fit into his vision. While I do understand the concept of Marvel Knights, it is a shame when things are taken so far left that it might as well be a different character altogether. Unless you are a big Hulk fan or a Keatinge fan, there isn't much reason to pick this book up. Even the art, while great, can't do much to salvage this concept gone bad. Read Full Review

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