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The Son of Hulk conquers a new world! Though Ka-Zar has long ruled the Savage Land, a battle for dominance is coming, and Skaar is not the only contender. It’s dinosaurs, giant robots and an ancient evil mastermind in Marvel’s finest jungle adventure tradition that will redraw the map of the Savage Land forever!

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Skaar - King of the Savage Land #1 (of 5) Review 0

After visiting the Savage Land with the Hulk and his Warbound, Skaar decides to stay behind and see if he can forge a new path for himself in this wild and untamed wilderness. The Good This first issue in this limited series has all the elements of a grand Hulk adventure in it except Skaar is taking the place of his dad. Giant killer robots, mad dinosaurs, and an unknown entity that Skaar has unwittingly released and that could spell doom for the Savage Land fill page after page of this limite...

7 out of 8 found this review helpful.

You Don´t Carry Savage Land in the Heart 0

Intended to be a follow up of the latest Incredible Hulks adventure in the Savage Land, this book exceeded all my early expectations and delivered a good pack of action, fun and interesting story, all that in the form of amazing art, creative narrative and quick intelligent dialogues. Many don´t know the treasures and perills of the Savage Land and even those who live there for their entire lives eventually will discover a few surprises are reserved and that´s the message of this first issue: th...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

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Cover: Main reason I bought this issue.  I was fearful that the interior art would look nothing like the cover, and while it doesn't, it's not a bad thing.  Really dig the way that Michael Komarck drew this piece.   The Good: I wasn't even aware this was coming out, but it only makes sense after his separation from his father in Incredible Hulks, and I couldn't be more pleased.  Regardless of what many may think, I feel that Skaar can make an interesting character with the right writers an...

5 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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