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Review: Hulk #29 0

As the Hulks draw closer to the Brain Cluster's weak point, General Ross learns something very important that Banner's been keeping from him.  The Good M.O.D.O.K. Superior's introduction in this issue was spoiled a while back, but it still made for one hell of a creepy closing scene. I'm actually almost fearing for the Hulks now that this even-more fearsome monster's on the scene. Also, while the Hulk's fractured psyche has gone through many reinterpretations over the decades, I'm enjoying the ...

5 out of 6 found this review helpful.

A Good End To A Surprisingly Solid Red Hulk Story 1

It would be an understatement o say I never cared much for Red Hulk, but Jeff Parker concludes his first arc of Rulk's series and succeeds in selling someone like me on the character.  Parker is really playing into the idea that Ross has become the monster he has always hated and that Ross is now paying penance for all he's done by becoming an outcast whose only choice is to work for the man he still hates. It is a very interesting context to put the Red Hulk into and should make for further int...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

The End of Scorched Earth 2

The way Jeff Parker plays with the identities of the Hulks, how they interact with one another, how Banner wants something and the Hulk another thing, how Ross feels and thinks differently from the Red Hulk is something new brought to the table by the writer, because since the introduction of the Rulk I was lead to believe that he was just an extension of Ross, that he was completely controled by him and now it seems that, like Banner and Hulk, Betty and She-Rulk, Rulk thinks a little different ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Approaching the Climax 1

I have to say the Red Hulk storyline has done a great job of re-lighting the fire of the Hulk saga.  I have read all 47 years of Hulk books and this story arc has been one of the best.  Having watched the evolution of General Ross over the decades, watching him take the same track as every classic Greek tragic character. His years of marching into darkness has lead him to become that which he hates most. The tightness of the story makes for a fast exciting read combined with action packed artwor...

7 out of 9 found this review helpful.

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