With this being Greg Pak's final issues of Hulk, I was hoping he would go out with a bang. I have loved much of Pak's writing, but things have steadily declined from Planet Hulk. In truth, I'm kind of glad he's leaving the title. I'm sick of all the re-used ideas with different characters-example: World War Hulks, Planet Red Hulk, etc. It was just getting ridiculous. But this trade is not all bad. The artwork from Pelletier is his best yet in my opinion. He draws very similar to Dale Keown in a few frames. Being an artist myself, that is what saved this book for me. The main story revolves around *spoiler* a wishing well. Yes, really. It just sounds stupid to even say the words. But anyway, some cool old Hulk villains make a brief appearance. Pak had devised a way for Rick, Betty, and Jen to lose their "Hulkness", which was fantastic. There are way too many hulks out there now. But lo and behold, he screwed up and brought them all right back. Ugh. He even made them giant Hulks. It just got really silly. It sounds like the kind of material an Elementary school kid would come up with. And then it all ends with a boring fizzle. So unless you're a fan of Pelletier's artwork or a die-hard Hulk fan, just forget Pak wrote anything but Planet Hulk.