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HULK #33

Two nightmarish new villains attack Red Hulk at his most vulnerable!

After sleepless weeks on edge, Red Hulk is losing it fast. Perfect timing for enemies mounting separate attacks – and the deadliest comes from a dark horror restored to the world, known as BLACK FOG. Deadliest until the world-ender called THE OMEGEX arrives!

The book CBR says “continues to impress…”

Story by Jeff Parker
Art by Gabriel Hardman
Colors by Bettie Breitweiser
Letters by Ed Dukeshire
Cover by Gabriel Hardman, Ed McGuinness & Greg Tocchini

Price: $2.99
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  1. This latest Hulk storyline is really good. Parker/Hardman are making some magic. Alas, liek all good things I think it is coming to an end soon.

  2. I think introducing an entire rogues gallery in one issue is a bit of a gamble but I have faith.

  3. To my surprise I’m loving this book.  Ever since the .1 it’s been rock solid.  Parker’s definitely turned it around since its launch.  You put Hulk in the right person’s hands and the possibilities are limitless.

  4. This is my favorite title currently. Really loving this second arc.

  5. Alas, I believe this is the last issue for Gabriel Hardman. Now it’s gonna be hard to sell this series for me, don’t get me wrong…I love Jeff Parker’s writing but the art is what keeps me coming back.

  6. My present plan is to drop it as it gets swept up into Fear Itself crossover-ness. Then I wait to see if anything happens to pull me back. Mainly I see no need for 3-4 Hulk titles a month. Give Parker Incredible, make it monthly again, give it a good artist, wam bam thanks you ma’am I predict good comics. Red Hulk is not going to keep me coming back without Hardman.

  7. I was actually starting to lose a little interest in Red Hulk, but having a “killer” foe like Black Fog managed to suck me right back in.  Great story arc…now let’s see where it goes from here…

  8. This only had 20 story pages (as did Herc #3). I don’t have any problem with Marvel reducing the page count on their $2.99 books, I just wish they were more up front about it.

  9. @djd  I had no idea they were doing that. Thats a little shady

  10. I would rather them lower the quality of the paper then lower page number. Whos with me?!

  11. @miltman  There’s more info here:

    http://www.comicsalliance.com/2011/05/11/are-marvels-2-99-comics-shortening-to-20-pages-of-story/

    So it may not be a conscious policy. But, it’s also been pointed out that many of these comics are shipping more often.

    So, hypothetically:

    12 issues a year, 22 pages an issue, $3 an issue = 264 pages for $36

    13 issues a year, 20 pages an issue, $3 an issue = 260 pages for $39

  12. I thought this was handled very well, but it felt a little cramped. Things were happening everywhere. There wasn’t really much time to breath.

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