• Hulk versus Attuma!

• What is the secret of Lost Lemuria?

• Attuma’s schemes guarantee death for all air-breathers!

STORY BY Mark Waid
ART BY Leinil Yu, Gerry Alanguilan
LETTERS BY Chris Eliopoulos
COVER BY Leinil Yu, Val Staples, Chris Stevens

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.0%


TomKatersReplacementBureau03/22/13NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.6
Users who pulled this comic:


  1. Last issue was my favourite so far, hoping for more good stuff this week.

  2. Mark Waid is a very lucky to man to get so many great artists to work on his books.

  3. This is getting very close to being dropped for me. Too bland so far.

    • i’m getting this issue because it’ll be in my box but after that I’m dropping it.

      For me the Hulk is kind of like Deadpool, I love him in small doses (uncanny x-force) but i don’t really enjoy solo books.

  4. This was probably the worst issue of the run so far. By ‘worse’ I mean at least 4 stars. But there seemed to be way too much story packed into this single issue. Attuma’s big plans, Banner trying to figure it all out, a love interest. Just too much story. The art by Yu was fantastic as always although there might have been a bit too much cheesecake in certain panels. (Can’t imagine how Yu researched those ass shots)


  5. I’m just waiting for the Hulk himself to get some character development.

  6. Yeah, I’m dropping this. I’m a bit torn given that the next few issues is supposed to bring in Walt Simonson, and I may pick up the first of that just to check it out, but there’s just so much better stuff out there right now competing for my dollar.

    Others have mentioned it: The story is just too busy, and as a result, it suffers. We’re supposed to have a supporting cast with Banner’s assistants who we’ve been promised will have “secrets of their own”, but we’ve seen them in 1 issue for about 3 pages. The little nursemaid robot that’s supposed to be watching Banner? Pretty much forgotten about. Instead, we keep getting this mission of the week style story with a villain brought back from the Marvel hinterlands….The Mad Thinker, Attuma….the Quintronic Man?

    This is a book dying for some sort of arc that it just isn’t getting.

    • Completely agree with you.

      It started off with such a bang, I absolutely love the art, and almost everything by Waid… but this is just so lacking. It seems like nothing is actually progressing and we are getting ‘saturday morning cartoon’ story lines.

      Think I’ll at least stick around for the next couple… but there are just so many loose ends that are not being addressed and, as a reader, this is getting frustrating… want to like it so bad but am quickly growing unattached.

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