Review by: TheNextChampion

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Price: 2.99

New word for the week: ‘BARRAKKAALCTD!’ (Why there is a LCTD at the end I dont know…how is it readable?)

This title always seems to be under the radar, probably because more recognizble titles are out right now. You can give all the praise in the world to a B title, but when a Batman or Wolverine title comes out at the same time? Forget it. It’s a crying shame cause week in and out, like Nova, Incredible Hercules is one of the best titles to come out.

For the previous issue and this one, the title is a bit more serious here. More action packed then zany comical gags doesnt hurt this one bit. But then you add a panel with Namora going into the skirt of a greek god and slamming into his crotch…..big money there Pak and Van Lente. Amadeus Cho is still growing on me, he isnt the best main character yet; but at least Pak and Van Lente is trying to make him more likeable then annoying. The last couple of pages show a great new parallel universe that I’m sure will give us more ‘why does marvel want everyone to be women now?’ type of arguements.

Like Deadpool, the art is perfect for this title. Clayton Henry always adds a cartoony element but still provides a nice edge to make it an adult title. Some of the pages here are beautiful, from George Washington witnessing Atlas from afar, to Atlas coming back from the grave; all beautiful. Like Captain America this week, the art does change drastically the last few pages. But since this title is going into a new universe for the next issue, it kinda has a purpose for this change….Still annoying as anything though.

So always like I say at the end of these reviews, go pick up this title! It’s funny, it’s action packed, it gives us new ideas for Webster’s Dictionary….what more do you want in a comic?

Story: 4 - Very Good
Art: 4 - Very Good


  1. I love Cho.  Seriously.  I don’t know why.  I just love him. Good review, btw.

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