FALL OF THE HULKS charges on! Have Bruce Banner and Red Hulk formed an alliance? Is one playing the other? And how does Hulk and Thundra’s child factor into M.O.D.O.K.’s grand scheme? Answers abound in this thrilling issue from the mind of Jeff Parker (X-Men vs. Agents of Atlas, Thunderbolts)!

WRITER: Jeff Parker
PENCILS: Ed McGuinness & Carlos Rodriguez
COVER BY: Ed McGuinness

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  1. I’ve been impressed by Jeff Parker’s work here.  The Hulk world has been exciting in a huge way recently.

  2. Jeff Parker for Permanent Hulk Writer Marching Society (JPPHWMS) line forms here.

  3. count me in.  

  4. Have to admit that I’ve been sucked into this Fall of the Hulks/World War Hulks extravaganza. I wish Parker would get more of a chance to write Thundra though — he did such a good job on the character in Hulk: Rising Thunder. While her daughter, the new Savage She-Hulk is somewhat interesting, I’d rather be reading about her mama.

  5. Too much exposition. Thought the book was average 2/5. Not going to pick up the last two issues. Will instead try the She-Hulk tie-in series cuz I like Jeff Parker.

  6. I agree that there is a bit too much exposition for my taste, but I think it is there for a reason. Loeb (and to a lesser extent Pak) have left a mess of dangling characters and plotlines all over the Hulkverse, most of them littl emore than sketches of rough ideas. For example, clearly the Red Hulk had his Red team with Deadpool, Thundra, Punisher, and Elektra fight X-force merely because it looked cool (open to debate) not because there was any rhyme or reason to it. It appears the point of this series — and what Parker has been assigned to do — is to clean all that up. Connect dots, make things make sense. That leads to some dry storytelling devices, but I really liked the second half of this issue Red Hulk/Thundra relationship a lot.

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