Son of Hulk #14

Writer: Paul Jenkins Artist: Andres Guinaldo Isabel Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: August 26, 2009 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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The Planet Sakaar may be no more, but the trials of the Son of Hulk are far from ended. As the Sakaarian survivors struggle to carry on, the Son of Hulk has only one goal in mind: revenge. He has led his people to another planet rich with the mystic Old Power…a planet he has laid claim to, whether its native population likes it or not. The Son of Hulk will claim his vengeance, even if it means laying waste to an innocent populace to do it. But even if he can bend this planet under his will, can he possibly become a match for Galactus, the devourer of worlds? Parental Advisory …$2.99

  • 7.4
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Aug 26, 2009

    And the slick pencils of Andres Guinaldo don't hurt matters. Guinaldo is given a great deal of content to play around with. There are alien monsters mixed in strange architecture and all manner of other surreal sights. I find myself wishing Marvel had brought Guinaldo into the fold sooner. His composition skills rival Ron Garney's, yet sport a more defined sensibility. The only fault I can find is that Guinaldo's panels vary little in size and shape on each page. This causes some shots to occupy too much room while others feel cramped. Bu for the most part, Guinaldo injects the book with a fresh vitality. There's no logical reason this series should be succeeding at the moment, but it is anyway. I look forward to seeing what Jenkins has in store for this strange new member of the Hulk family. Read Full Review

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