After a very hit-and-miss opening arc, I very much enjoyed this issue, even if it did immediately reverse what happened. Bruce Banner isn’t gone at all, I’m sure we all expected he’d be back, but so soon? It’s all a bit odd, where is Aaron taking this? But this issue was a lot of fun, the double-page spread of Hulk just trekking around the world eating what he wanted and riding dinosaurs and using a volcano as a Jacuzzi was just brilliant, the type of crazy that Aaron does best. As was the triumphant return of The Orb! I really like that character, he’s a hilariously inept villain, and I like that he’s become a running joke in Aaron’s comics, first in Ghost Rider, then in Astonishing Spider-Man and Wolverine, and now Hulk. He was especially hilarious here, and on top of that, he served a purpose with his powers hinting before it happened that Banner was still around. Seeing the Hulk have sex with Red She-Hulk was also a good scene, finally the two of them get some happiness! But of course it’s short-lived. Jefte Palo’s art was good, but his Hulk was probably a bit too hunched, and this isn’t his fault, but I just don’t like the look of a Bald Hulk, bring back the beard!