Review of “Hulk: The Complete Collection Volume 1” – by Jeph Loeb

 

Red alert! There’s a sadistic new red-skinned Hulk in the Marvel Universe, with keen intelligence and a radioactive touch! Who or what is he? And with Marvel’s heroes powerless against him, will it take a Hulk to catch a Hulk? It’s an explosive battle as the red and green Hulks collide! But even as Bruce Banner is attacked by a pack of wild Wendigos, She-Hulk recruits a cavalry of super heroines including Valkyrie, Thundra, Ms. Marvel and Storm! Plus: the Defenders are reassembled to take down the Red Hulk, but he’s got a team of his own!

 
 
—–> Review <—–
 
Hulk has to be the most badass character Marvel has created for us. He is a “man” of few words. Yeah, I like he lets his actions speak for himself. 
 
In this collection, we meet Red Hulk (Rulk) who is a chatterbox but can also bring the pain. His battles against everyone under the sun created a fast pace storyline. 
 
But the scene I loved the most was when he took Thor’s hammer. Sorry folks but I like when Thor gets taken down a notch. He irritates the hell out of me. 
 
Now the epic flow of words wouldn’t have packed quite the punch without the illustration talents of Ed McGuinness, Arthur Adams, and Frank Cho. 
 
You three have mad skills!!!! Errrr, you four. We mustn’t forget Jeph Loeb. 🙂
 
And Super Chicks, better luck next time! 
 
 

 Heart Rating System – 1 (lowest) and 5 (highest) 

Score: ❤❤❤❤
 
 

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  1. Anonymous

    way cool Kam

    tanya

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