Skaar: Son of Hulk #3

    Skaar: Son of Hulk » Skaar: Son of Hulk #3 - The Princess And The Beast released by Marvel on October 1, 2008.

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    The Princess And The Beast last edited by GhostGrifter on 05/28/22 06:18AM View full history


    He's the Son of Hulk, born in fire, raised by monsters, and destined to smash. She's the Hero Protector of Imperia, claimant, and the deadliest and most beautiful warrior of the battlescarred wastelands. Will Skaar and Princess Omaka join forces to protect the refugees fleeing from Axeman Bone's merciless barbarians -- or will they tear each other to pieces in the radioactive swamps? Plus: A shocking second story pencilled by star artist Butch Guice!



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    When I read the first issue, I felt as if this soon-to-be-hulk was sorta hiding his power a bit. On the second issue, it seemed as if he was just warmin' up. Now, time for the third one! There is no doubt, that in the 3rd issue, the so called soon-to-be-hulk has just started revealing what he's really made of. At first, I was afraid that Princess Omaka would never stop trash talking the Skaar, and that the poor big guy would never reek his savageness among the puny pinkies. However, I was so gla...

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