Hulk #2 (2008)

Hulk #2 (2008)

$29.99
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written By Jeph Loeb Pencils & Cover By Ed Mcguinness

Who is The Red Hulk? Part II. After last issue's shocking murder, there's evidence on the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier that will bring down the killer. So...The Hulk is going after it — and might bring down the Helicarrier instead! The one person standing in the Hulk's path — Iron Man! Also, the return of the LAST person you ever expected to see! Game on!

BONUS REVIEW by DAL BUSH
Wow, plot twists. I didn’t know Jeph Loeb still used those. Neat! Well, another month, another batch of Iron Man-starring Hulk comics, with Director Stark and the crew of SHIELD Helicarrier Gold (as Stark helpfully notes, ‘Don’t call it that… You make it sound like it’s one of two or a special edition Helicarrier.’) going head-to-uh, fist with the new Red Hulk, who’s maybe not as dumb as we all assumed. Speaking of assumptions, those of you who expected Bruce Banner to show up due to last issue’s cliffhanger ending HA HA no. No Banner whatsoever. It’s still a good issue, but it’s like they skipped an entire story to get to it. Still, Ed McGuiness and Jeph Loeb are clearly having a blast, the Red Hulk/Iron Man fight is pretty big, and there’s a nice cliffhanger ending again. Just don’t, you know, expect them to resolve it next month.
I give it 7 GRAHAMS out of 10.
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written By Jeph Loeb Pencils & Cover By Ed Mcguinness

Who is The Red Hulk? Part II. After last issue's shocking murder, there's evidence on the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier that will bring down the killer. So...The Hulk is going after it — and might bring down the Helicarrier instead! The one person standing in the Hulk's path — Iron Man! Also, the return of the LAST person you ever expected to see! Game on!

BONUS REVIEW by DAL BUSH
Wow, plot twists. I didn’t know Jeph Loeb still used those. Neat! Well, another month, another batch of Iron Man-starring Hulk comics, with Director Stark and the crew of SHIELD Helicarrier Gold (as Stark helpfully notes, ‘Don’t call it that… You make it sound like it’s one of two or a special edition Helicarrier.’) going head-to-uh, fist with the new Red Hulk, who’s maybe not as dumb as we all assumed. Speaking of assumptions, those of you who expected Bruce Banner to show up due to last issue’s cliffhanger ending HA HA no. No Banner whatsoever. It’s still a good issue, but it’s like they skipped an entire story to get to it. Still, Ed McGuiness and Jeph Loeb are clearly having a blast, the Red Hulk/Iron Man fight is pretty big, and there’s a nice cliffhanger ending again. Just don’t, you know, expect them to resolve it next month.
I give it 7 GRAHAMS out of 10.
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