Hulk #30

    Hulk » Hulk #30 - Marvel Two in One; Save The Date Part One released by Marvel on April 2011.

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    Marvel Two in One; Save The Date Part One last edited by ghostgrifter on 05/15/22 08:48AM View full history

    THE ORIGINAL RED HULK ARTIST RETURNS!!! Ed McGuiness draws a special (and especially insane) issue of HULK! A classic Hulk enemy returns, and can only be defeated by...THE COMPOUND HULK! Guest-starring XEMNU, THE IMPOSSIBLE MAN and WOODGOD (yes, Woodgod)!



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    Hulk and Hulk Fight Lots of Monsters 0

    What happens when both Hulks have to fight monster after monster? A whole lot of smashing, that's what.  The Good The cover states this is a Gamma-sized All-battle issue. That is true. We get Hulk and Red Hulk fighting several old time Hulk villains in a battle that felt like it came out of no where. Who doesn't want to see either Hulk doing some big time smashing? Jeff Parker definitely has a feel for Thunderbolt Ross as the Red Hulk and manages to write action scenes with bits of humor thrown ...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Broadcasting the FIght of the Year...You´re Impossible 0

    This issue did a split (pun intended) in my mind, because at the same time I thought it was very unreasonable having this kind of story (a dull kind of story, typical of Jeph Loeb - is he behind this? Did he get inside Parker´s mind?) just when so much seemed to be accomplished (like Red Hulk, Banner and Rick saving the world from Scorched Earth program), so it felt a little unbalanced and unstable script for everything that´s going on, but in the other hand there´s an appeal (perhaps because of...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    RULK REVIEW : HULK Issue # 30 0

    ''Can't think... head's all full of nerd...''   - Rulk   That is just one of many great lines that can be found in the thoroughly enjoyable 30th issue of HULK ''Marvel Two in One'', where Thaddeus Ross and Bruce Banner are forced to confront their worst nightmare:  work together in the most intimate of ways. Both Hulks are literally ''smashed'' together in order to fight an intergalactic titan that has a personal vendetta against the Green Hulk whom he lost to in battle before. Needless to say i...

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