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THIS IS IT! The finale of Marvel scribe extraordinaire Greg Pak’s heralded Hulk run, and he’s not leaving without a fight! Or in this case, an uncompromising beatdown unlike anything the Hulk has ever endured.

All the stops have been pulled out and nothing is off the table in this crushingly climactic issue brought to life by acclaimed artist Paul Pelletier, a must-read event for any and all fans of the Green Goliath in this awesome, extra-large final issue!

Story by Greg Pak
Art by Paul Pelletier, Danny Miki, Tom Grummett, Cory Hamscher & Scott Hanna
Colors by Morry Hollowell & Jesus Aburtov
Letters by Simon Bowland
Cover by Paul Pelletier, Danny Miki, Val Staples, Danny Miki, Chris Sotomayor, Adi Granov, Neal Adams & Justin Ponsor

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  1. So long, Greg. I will always love you for Planet Hulk. Sadly, nothing he did on this series post-Planet Hulk was anywhere near as good, but that was a great year of Hulk.

  2. I will miss Pak, yes…but I do feel like this title was in need of a recharge/reboot/whatever…. I’m looking forward to the new series…the title has me stoked…Hulk with blood on his hands!

  3. Good ridence to Pak leaving , From someone who has been reading hulk since issue 198 , He has been the worst writer i’ve ever had the misfortune of reading on hulk and i’ve actually dropped the book about 10 issues ago, Bring on the relauch and here’s hoping to it being a top of the pile book again. (Although strangely enjoying Alpha flight >.> )

  4. I could hear the Incredible Hulk piano music at the end of this. Sad to see Pak go. I liked all of the articles at the end of this too.

  5. That second ending was not as good as the first one. It really undercut it, in fact. I guess Greg was afraid to have the Banner stroll off alone down the road at the end? Jimminy Crickets, that is Hulk to the core, not bounding around with Red She-Hulk. I also found the goodbye Greg stuff a bit much. Yes, that is a fairly long run by today’s standards, I suppose, but 5 years is not crazy long. Planet Hulk revitalized the title, allowing for World War Hulk, but then Jeph Loeb took over Hulkdom for a year while Green Hulk and Greg hid (ok, he did Herc instead of Hulk,not exactly hiding). Then Greg slowly came back on board, but was mostly beholden to finishing off Loeb’s story from the Green Hulk side of things. And then came the Incredible HulkS run, which was mostly a mess of hurried stories and art (thanks twice a month publishing). Some fun smashing, but nothing I will remember even a year from now. All in all, a bit odd that it got all the fairwell great creator stuff, including a comic book cover compendium. But whatever. Put Planet Hulk on your shelf and move on to the next thing. ANd Alpha Flight IS really good.

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