Review by: keith7198

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Story by Greg Pak
Art by Paul Pelletier & Danny Miki
Colors by Morry Hollowell & Jesus Aburtov
Cover by Paul Pelletier

Size: pages
Price: 2.99

One thing about it, no one will be able to say that Greg Pak didn’t wind down his Incredible Hulk run with enough Hulk smashing. This issue is wall-to-wall action but with a little more to offer as well.

The entire book is wrapped around a large scale Hulk battle in Las Vegas. Throw in She-Hulk, A-Bomb, Wendigo, Bi-Beast, and even Fing Fang Foom and I think you get the picture. There’s a lot of fighting and a lot of destruction. But there’s also some genuinely funny moments. It’s the timely humor that keeps this book from being a typical, if not numbing, action romp. While I was a bit dissappointed that Pak hardly addressed Betty and Tyrannus, I’m sure that’s coming.

The art is perfectly fitting for a book like this. Paul Pelletier is never overmatched by the material. He lays out the action in a way that fits the intended large-scale feel. The panels are cleverly structured and the creatures look insanely large. I would like to see a little more range in the art work but I think that’s due to the restrictions of the story than anything in Pelletier’s art. In a nutshell, this looks like a Hulk book should look.

Lot’s of action and timely humor in place of any meaningful plot progression. This is simple, dumb fun (and I don’t mean that negatively). And while I enjoyed it, I am hoping we get back into the main story next issue.

Story: 3 - Good
Art: 4 - Very Good

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