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Hulk #50 (Smash-Iversary Spoilers)

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Punchy

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Postby Punchy » Sat Apr 07, 2012 8:21 am

I can’t really believe that Red Hulk has managed 50 issues. It’s good to see a (kinda sorta not really) new character get that far. And this was a good way to celebrate the milestone, it wasn’t a useless nostalgia fest in that it set up a new story, but it did showcase who Rulk is and the different facets of his character. We see him with his taskforce of Machine Man and Annie, we see him with the Avengers, we see him with his daughter, and we see him with Doctor Strange and see how the events of ‘Circle Of Four’ over in Venom have changed things. It’s great that what was in the beginning a really one-dimensional character is now so well-developed, it really is a testament to how good Jeff Parker is. Carlo Pagulayan’s art was very good, he can always be relied to deliver some good Hulk, whether green or red. The back-up story was also interesting, it’s always good to see Dan Brereton artwork and it was interesting to see what Thunderbolt Ross was like before he got entangled up in Gamma-nonsense. Is the back-up connected to the main story? Are those vampires behind the ghosts? I reckon so.

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