Red Hulk and the gang take the fight to the Mayan Gods, but the real star of this issue was the art of Dale Eaglesham. I mentioned in my review of #53 that his muscular style was perfect for a Hulk comic, but this issue really demonstrated that he has more to his bow than just bulging biceps. Some of the panel layouts in this issue really were spectacular, it’s hard to really describe panel layouts in words, but seriously, check this issue out, it’s not quite at JH Williams’ level inventiveness, but it really was interesting. As for the story here, it was more good solid stuff, I’m really enjoying how Parker has built a little team for Rulk now, the supporting cast of Annie, Machine Man and now A-Bomb really works for me, and it was fun to see them all together. I was a bit annoyed that Alpha Flight were shuffled off to the side so quickly though, Puck needs to get back in the game! The Mayan Gods are also interesting villains, I’m not really knowledgeable about the real mythology, I’m assuming these are ‘real’ Gods, am I right? This is a very good superhero comic, and it’s also becoming a real under-the-radar artistic gem, people are all raving about Daredevil’s range of artists, but Hulk has just as much good stuff.