Review by: AmirCat

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Avg Rating: 3.5
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ART BY Dale Eaglesham & Andrew Hennesy
COLORS BY Dean White
COVER BY Dale Eaglesham, Andrew Hennesy, Dale Keown & Peter Steigerwald

Size: pages
Price: 2.99

Honestly, I don’t even know what the hell is going on here. I don’t read Hulk and the ONLY reason I came on here was Dale Eaglesham’s artwork.
My questions are:
1) is this the same Hulk in Red Hulk?
2) Why is he in the savage land?

Who gives it shit, because the art is fantastic. As someone on iFanboy pointed out, the coloring in the last issue messed up the art, in this one, it’s ok, albeit inconsistent. But Dale Eaglesham deliverers as usual.

Story : 2/5
Art: 8/5
Overall: 5/5

Story: 2 - Average
Art: 5 - Excellent


  1. hahaha, like the averaging.

    Cover looks cool.

    Can’t recall any book I’d buy just for the art . . .

    Thanks for the review.

  2. I suspect you ask questions you actually know the answers to, but I’ll bite”

    1) Original green banner-Hulk. Red is different guy.
    2) In savage land to save some Sakaarians who are in danger.

    Who are the Sakaarians? You should really read Planet Hulk, which is the best Hulk story in many a moon. But the quick summary is Sakaar is the planet Hulk was accidentally banished to. He rose up from a gladiator there to rule the planet, before the capital city was destroyed in an explostion he (at the time) blamed on Earth’s heroes. Hulk, very mad, returned home with a bunch of Sakaarians in tow. These are the last of those guys, sort of subjects that he had abandones.

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