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Incredible Hulk - Volume 3: World War Hulks (Hulk (Hardcover Marvel)) [Paperback]

Paul Pelletier Greg Pak
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6 April 2011 Hulk (Hardcover Marvel)
'Planet Hulk' was big. 'World War Hulk' was bigger. Now with 'World War Hulks,' the Marvel Universe explodes with the biggest emotional story ever to hit Bruce Banner and the Incredible Hulk! Following the mindbending twist ending of 'Fall of the Hulks,' everything Bruce Banner knows has been turned upside-down -- and everything he's ever desired may be just a heartbeat away. Written by Greg Pak (PLANET HULK, WORLD WAR HULK) and drawn by Paul Pelletier (WAR OF KINGS, FALL OF THE HULKS: ALPHA), don't miss the insane action and nonstop revelations as Skaar, Son of Hulk, enters
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  • Paperback: 112 pages
  • Publisher: MARVEL (6 April 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785145486
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785145486
  • Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 16.3 x 25 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 568,264 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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4.0 out of 5 stars For hard core fans only, but those get their dose 13 April 2011
By Boris
Format:Paperback
I was a big fan of Peter David's Hulk run. After that the quality of the book declined in my humble opinion, and I did not care much for the feature any more. Recently I stumbled upon Greg Pak's take on the character by chance and I have to say that I am interested again. Although the storyline from the "Incredible" book collected here is part of a big crossover thing you can follow the story standalone and find some interesting interpretations of supporting characters, especially of Skaar and Red She-Hulk. The Trade collects #609-611 of Incredible Hulk including the back-up story by Brian Reed plus a bonus reprint of #312 by Bill Mantlo and Mike Mignola. The book was an entertaining read, Paul Pelletier and Dan Miki add very decent pencils and inks. I dare not yet say whether Pak's run once will be called historic, but I will try to get the following stories to find out.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Happy endings 11 Jan 2014
By Mr. Mice Guy TOP 100 REVIEWER
Format:Paperback
The story running through issues #609-611 of the Incredible Hulk is collected, along with Incredible Hulk #312, as Incredible Hulk - Volume 3: World War Hulks (Hulk (Hardcover Marvel)). This volume is the end of the Red She-Hulk saga, not to mention most of the plot threads that have been drifting through the Hulk's saga for some time. The story is heavily intertwined with the (Red) Hulk's own parallel series, so events may feel a bit disconnected if you are not following both titles. The script and artwork is excellent on both series.

THE SPOILER ZONE
#609 sees Bruce Banner trapped in the Leader's dream-world of the perfect future, while in the real world the Hulked-out soldiers are marching on the White House, where the Leader's LMD of Glenn Talbot is about to save the country and become dictator by destroying the Hulkish forces - who have been booby-trapped by the Leader as part of his plan. As Skar and A-Bomb try to hold off the Hulked-up Avengers - who are also scheduled for destruction by the Leader, Doctor Doom, also in the dream-world prison, works with Bruce on an escape plan. The finale sees Skar kill the Red She-Hulk to stop her killing Bruce, and she reverts to her human form...

#610 sees Doctor Samson reveal how to save the Red She-Hulk, and also the Leader's plan to kill the Hulked-out heroes and troops. Fortunately, Bruce has just released the 8 smartest men in the world from their dream-world prison... and everyone turns on the Leader and MODOK. Samson and Bruce use the Leader's Hulking equipment to reverse the changes and de-Hulk everyone, but there is a price to be paid by the two of them...
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5.0 out of 5 stars Conclusion to Fall of the Hulks 11 April 2011
By J. Dean - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
First, I'll get the few negatives off my chest.
1) Marvel has been getting pretty skimpy with the amount of issues in each collection. 3 current issues in one book is an all-time low. There IS an extra issue in this book though, but from the 80's, not advertised here on amazon. More on that below.
2) The cover art sucks. I don't know what's up with the Hulk series for the last 5 years or so. They've had absolutely brilliant interior art, but always seem to choose the more terrible artist for the cover. How does that make sense? The difference in quality between the cover and the internal art is night and day.

The positives!

Greg Pak continues his brilliant run on the Incredible Hulk book, finishing off Banner's (Green Hulk) side of the Fall of the Hulks saga. Pelletier's pencils continue to be an absolute delight with artwork leaping off the page.

This trade is very well put together and the story order, unlike many Marvel trades lately, is put together in a way that makes sense. The primary story (World War Hulks) is collected at the beginning, the secondary stories surrounding hulk's 'Dark Son' Hiro-Kala are collected in the center of the book, and a surprisingly topical and poignant tie-in 80's issue of Incredible Hulk at the end.

The theme of the book continues to be 'family'. If you're more interested in 'Hulk Smash!' you might do better to check out the 'Hulk' trades for the latest adventures of the Red Hulk. There IS a good deal of smashing in this, but it's mostly between father and son, and the story, even during the fights touches on some very meaningful aspects of family. I never expected to be so moved by a Hulk book, but the ending of the main story honestly made me shed a tear and a smile for how things came together.

The surprise for me was just how well the newer issues were made to fit in with older Hulk cannon, which is demonstrated in the unlisted issue (Incredible Hulk #312) which goes back in time to illuminate in (horrific) detail certain matters of Bruce's past.

Despite its faults, I rate this book 5/5. If I could take off a half star for the bad cover art, I would, but the story doesn't deserve that disservice.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Hulk Mania 12 April 2014
By yankeeman - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover|Verified Purchase
Fun if you are a hulk fan. I liked having his son in the picture. I like for him to see his son interacting with hulk more often.
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2.0 out of 5 stars The Hulk vs. Skaar (The Son of Hulk) 19 Jan 2014
By Matt Anderson - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
This volume features the continuation of a story I started reading in a different book where a bunch of the Avengers get exposed to something that turns them into Hulk-like monsters. More interesting than that, though, is that Bruce finds out the truth about the Red She-Hulk. (Spoilers) It is actually the love of his life, Betty Ross! She confesses that the Leader turned her into the rage-filled Red She-Hulk as part of her dad's plan to save her life from the cancer that was killing her.

(More Spoilers) This volume also features the return of the Hulk, as Bruce Banner has been without him for a while. And then, best of all, we finally get The Hulk vs. Skaar! The battle ends with a nice moment between father and son, and then the volume takes a turn for the worse.

I had no idea about this, but apparently Skaar has an evil twin brother known as Hiro-Kala, the Sinister Son of Hulk. Stupid. The short story about him was forgettable.

The final issue in this book is a classic issue, The Incredible Hulk #312. It has a tie to the main story of this book, which is why it was included. This story showed us Bruce's childhood, high school years, and even his first meeting with Betty and Thunderbolt Ross. It concluded with some Secret Wars 2 stuff I didn't understand.
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