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And three years of epic storytelling explodes as GREK PAK and PAUL PELLETIER bring you the biggest conclusion imaginable–SKAAR, SON OF HULK, finally confronts the father who abandoned him at birth in pain and fire. It’s the heartrending, senses-shattering climax to WORLD WAR HULKS–and the Incredible Hulks will never be the same!

WRITER: Greg Pak
PENCILS: Paul Pelletier

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 3.3%


THEHOCHE08/12/10YesRead Review
Avg Rating: 4.4
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  1. I have a feeling that this comic will do better than expected (if the blurb can be trusted, that is). I have faith in Mr Pak’s talents.

  2. Do better or read better? I doubt you get a huge bump in readership on what is the last issue of a mini-event. I suppose there may be some Hulk-lovers who have been sitting on the sidelines waiting for the real Hulk to please stand up… Personally, I have been waiting for the real Mr. Pak to stand up. Some sections have been fun, but since nothing he has written for the Hulk has approached how much I enjoyed his Planet Hulk stuff. Even a bunch of his Hercules stuff (often co-written with Van Lente) was a lot better than what he has been doing ver here in Hulk. He may have just had the one Hulk story to tell.

  3. Only down with Pak’s Planet Hulk and Hercules stuff.

    World War Hulk was lame. The little bit I read after was lame as well.

  4. I thought this was a fantastic conclusion.  It had great destructive action and very emotional moments.

  5. I love GREK PAK. I have really struggled through this whole debacle with loeb. Pak has recued it for me. Just. Don’t know if i can continue on though.

  6. I just picked up this issue off of a friend’s recommendation  and I really enjoyed it.  Pelletier (sp) really knocked it out of the park, and Pak is just as good as he was.  Fun stuff

  7. Best of the week for me.

  8. Not so sure about most of the fight, but that final scene did resonate well.

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