Hulk #37

    Hulk » Hulk #37 - Planet of Fear, Pt. 1 released by Marvel on September 2011.

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    Planet of Fear, Pt. 1 last edited by ghostgrifter on 05/21/22 05:25AM View full history

    General Ross returns to Manhattan just in time to come to blows with a hammer-possessed The Thing... while his mounting array of foes watch from the wings.


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    Finally a morsel for loyal readers 0

    After about 3 months of diversions and corporate-mandated crossover tie-ins... well, we're still mired in crossover tie-in, but at least here FINALLY loyal readers of Jeff Parker's run on this title are rewarded with a glimpse of most of the title's growing list of threats who have been shunted to the backburner for the past few months.  So while this issue is still a diversion from the nearly a year's worth of story that had been building so nicely before the diversion, at least here, FINALLY, ...

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    RULK REVIEW : HULK Issue # 37 0

    Cross-over tie-ins have one ultimate purpose: to boost sales. Marvel creates universe event after universe event in an effort to encourage readers to buy comic titles that they wouldn't usually purchase, in order to grasp the entire, often cataclysmic unfolding story. With any luck, a new reader will find the added title so interesting that they will continue to pick up the book, long after the cross-over event has ended. You'll be hard pressed to find a comic more blatantly obvious in serving t...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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