After a nice holiday in the Middle East, Rulk is back in the good old US of A and back to facing one of his old enemies, Zero/One who has really amped up her evil plans and become something pretty damn monstrous, it’s going to be great when Ross finally takes her down. Also great is that Machine Man seems to be sticking around as part of the book’s supporting cast, I really enjoyed the way he worked alongside Rulk during the ‘Hulk Of Arabia’ story, so it’s really cool that he’s back for more smashing, and he even has a jetpack! The main bulk of this story was of course Rulk’s confrontation with his daughter, aka She-Rulk, and while this was well-drawn and well-written, the character seemed different from how she is in other books like Fear Itself or Defenders, there, Betty and She-Hulk are basically the same, but here, there’s a difference, they’re perceiving themselves as separate, which is right? I’m not sure. And where was her big-ass sword?