Another strong issue of Hulk where Parker manages to balance monster-smashing with character moments. I continue to love the introduction of Machine Man to this book and he and Red Hulk make a surprisingly strong team as they take on Zero/One’s monster-hybrids. Elena Casagrande’s art is perfect for these action sequences and she uses some really interesting panel layouts. I was disappointed when Hardman left the book, but Casagrande is an able replacement. As I said, this issue was just as much about the characters as the fights, and it was really great to see things from the perspective of Jacob, who has become a fascinating, tragic character. Red She-Hulk is my only issue here, just like in #47, Parker seems to be writing her completely differently from the likes of Fraction or Loeb, odd, but he does well at the father/daughter stuff. Next issue seems to be a Rulk/Eternals fight, that should be epic.