Hulk: Asunder, Part One last edited by Darkside_of_the_Sun on 06/09/18 04:33PM View full history

After Fear Itself, the Hulk has gone into hiding, seemingly safe from a world that hates and fears him. But when [redacted] come knocking, the Hulk has no choice but to return to war against the one man whose existence threatens the safety of everyone on Earth...[redacted].

Some Issue Highlights:

  • Hulk is in hiding from the rest of the world, hanging out in Subterranea with his new friends (Moloids).
  • He spends his day fighting large subterranean creatures, thus "bringing home the bacon".
  • Hulk Smiles.
  • Hulk and friends are disturbed during dinner by Amanda Von Doom (and her Mad Squad).
  • Hulk Smash.
  • Amanda has some disturbing news about someone previously close to Hulk.
  • A mad scientist ( Banner) is busy attempting to recreate the Hulk on his very own "Island of Doctor Banner".
  • This mad scientist has a very scary and powerful set of subjects, willing to do anything for him.
  • This mad scientist is enough to get Hulk into next issue's mess:

EXTRA!!: There is a five page excerpt for:

  1. "A Smash Course in Hulk"
  2. "Ripping the Hulk Asunder"
  3. "Mapping Out Hulk of Arabia"
  4. "MORE HULK!"

Notes:

  • The Neal Adams Variant cover is a homage of the cover of Superman #233.
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They Will Come 0

The WarboundI was never a Hulk fan until I picked up Planet Hulk, and then I was hooked. Instead of being a monster on the hunt, he was just another outcast like many of the prisoners there. Together as the Warbound, they fought their captors and bought peace to the land, but because it was a Hulk story, tragedy would strike again. Being constantly tormented and hounded must be part of Hulk's description because once he finds peace, it's ripped from him again.Marital ConflictAt the end the Incre...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

Hulk's Dream, Interrupted 0

I've never been a fan of the Hulk but none the less I wanted to give this new Incredible Hulk #1 a shot. I'm glad I did.We start off with Hulk going "Hulk" on a multitude of underworld monsters while an interior monologue sets the mood and attempts to define this "new" version of the hulk. It was interesting to see even though Hulk's thoughts are presented clearly he still prefers to use mono-syllabic words when talking. Hulk is living with a underground community and working as a hunter and enj...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Lost Souls 0

In the last couple of months, we've seen a lot of new first issues for just about every superhero. I was honestly a little fatigued by the notion, but thought I'd gamble on the team of Aaron and Silvestri. The gamble paid off. Jason Aaron, who has done wonders with Wolverine proves that he is just as talented and creative in his handling the Hulk. The split of Bruce Banner and the Hulk, on paper, sounds like a gimmicky unnecessary attempt at revitalizing the Hulk mythos, but damn if Jason Aaron ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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