A fairly satisfying conclusion to the Omegex plotline, but I can’t help but feel he’ll realise he’s been duped at some point in the future and come back to mess with Rulk again. The best thing about this issue was that it continued to shed some light on Thunderbolt Ross’ background and motivations. I love how Parker is giving a character as outwardly ridiculous as Red Hulk some real depth and real history. Bruce Banner’s past was a rich seam for previous Hulk writers to mine, and it looks like Ross has a past that’s just as interesting. The artwork was really good as usual from Hardman and Parker even rationalised the Watcher. This storyline has been long and quite complex, and Rulk still hasn’t properly dealt with Zero/One, MODOK or Fortean yet, but I enjoyed it, and this issue felt like a good point for Parker to change things up, and Hulk Of Arabia looks like being a lot of fun.