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Spy versus spy meets gamma-powered mayhem as Red She-Hulk (Hulk’s estranged wife Betty Banner), partners with a mysterious villain to steal an ancient artifact of unimaginable power. Now it’s up to Banner… Bruce Banner, to save the world — and possibly his marriage. But will Secret Agent Banner be able to keep his domestic affairs from turning into an international Hulk-off?

It’s a story that will leave you shaken, stirred and SMASHED from “Planet Hulk” writer Greg Pak and superstar penciller Tom Grummet!

Story by Greg Pak
Art by Tom Grummett & Cory Hamscher
Colors by Edgar Delgado
Letters by Simon Bowland
Cover by Doug Braithwaite & Sonia Oback

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  1. Practically the same cover as last issue… but so far the arc has been better than the last one

  2. For me everything the Pak has done up to this arc has been damage limitation from the Loeb run. He obviously gets the Hulk much better than Loeb and spent just 1 arc getting rid of the bloated cast list. Now it looks like he is playing with the new toys he has been left with, but in a manner more befitting the Hulk as a character.

  3. Love the Hulk in a tux!

  4. When did Betty become a total b*tch?

  5. Well, she was dead for more than 10 years. It changes a lady. More seriously, no one has really written Betty since the Peter David days, except for a weird stint by Bruce Jones where it was often unclear if she were a clone, mind-controlled, or what. I would say she does not have a modern voice. Loeb and now Pak are really defining it, for good or ill.

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