The Incredible Hulk: Planet Hulk Paperback – 16 Apr 2008
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About the Author
Greg Pak directed his first feature film "Robot Stories" which has played nationwide and won over 30 festival awards. With clients including Nike and Marvel Comics, he edits FilmHelp.com and AsianAmericanFilm.com. One of Filmmaker Magazine's 25 Filmmakers to Watch, Greg studied political science at Yale, history at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar, and film at NYU's graduate program.
Gary Frank writes songs and poetry, plays guitar and works a day job in corporate America. He lives outside Trenton, New Jersey.
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The story begins when a group of 'Superheroes' who call themselves 'The Illuminati' decide that 'The Incredible Hulk' is too much of a danger to the human race, and his rampages are putting too many lives a risk. They devise a plan to send him into space to an uninhabited planet where he can be alone and hurt no one, but things don't go as planned. I will mention nothing else about the story simply because it would spoil it for you.
Greg Pak who wrote this epic has to be the greatest comic writer find of the last five years, and the superb artists who put his words into pictures have created a stunning visual treat that will simply amaze you.
I cannot recommend this book highly enough, it is a comic masterpiece that will be talked about for years to come, and the best thing of all is that the story is still going on this summer with 'Marvel's' 'World War Hulk' storyline!!!!
I was wrong.
Whilst I thought this would happen judging by the first issue, the rest of them are a lot different. The story is mature and well thought out. The Hulk is faced with the challenge of having to plan his next move, instead of relying on his instincts like he normally has to. If you think this sounds too little like the Hulk, don't worry. He still smashes just about every enemy he can see into a pulp. One of the highlights is him battling the Silver Surfer.
This is everything I wanted from this and a considerable amount more. The story is quite large, but I read it very quickly, simply because I found it hard to do anything but read it. Definitely one of my favourite graphic novels.
Must read for any Hulk fan and definitely recommend to any comic book and graphic novel fans.
It's a great story, but it's depressing, and it ends rather abruptly. Sometimes the panel progression is a little confusing, though the artwork is wonderful. There is also a HUGE glossary of Sakaar history and culture included at the back, you might be better-off reading this first. And, obviously, move straight on to WORLD WAR HULK when you're done.
Then I stopped, prefered reading the X-titles.
Then I went back to The Hulk a while later, and stopped after a few months.
I then stopped reading the Hulk, no longer thought about him.
Then along came Civil War. Bought the graphic novel, wondered where the Hulk was.
When I found out that the "good guys" thought that Hulk was too dangerous and launched him in to space.
This I have to see.
So, waited until p[ay day, and got my grubby mits on it.
One of the reviewers here said that it was the greatest. May not be the the greatest (Dark Phoenix by a long shot), but it's up their with the best of them.
Greg Pak hows that he he wrote with a long story mentality. Not only dropping him on the planet, but giving him no way back.
Pak writes a Hulk out of water yet still in his element. He introduces us to an alien world, compleat with history and various unique races (along with the return of The Brood and Death's Head.... kind of). there's a great prosession of new characters who you can;t help but feel for.
I think that was the main thing that got me about this story, I cared about the characters and felt that connecion you need to get into the story and hold the reader.
There were moments of the story where I grinned and fought the urge to punch the air. Very few graphic novels make me feel like that.
The fact that Greg Pak has gone out of his way to make his planet a real as he can shows this book was a great labour of love, and a story that had to be told.
As for the art, I Love it!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
First time reading a hulk graphic novel and it didnt disappoint. Absolutly brilliant. Must read.Published 1 month ago by Mr. J. Bloor
Awesome book! One of my favourite Hulk stories! Brilliant artwork. Emotional story and likeable characters! A must read for anyone that hasn't already!Published 6 months ago by Chris
New to comics but following secret wars I read this and loved it. Very interesting take on compassion! Art work is awesome. Now for the next one.Published 6 months ago by Ricky
Pain, new characters and drama and of course lots of "Hulk smash!!!".
Really does need you to read the prequel first and makes you want to red the next one.
I'm fairly new to Hulk. I read the prelude, then this. It really was an engrossing read. Well written and quality artwork. Definitely a keeper.Published on 16 Dec. 2012 by K701
its a good story, but the ending is not how I wanted it to end.. My favorite Hulk story so farPublished on 10 July 2012 by Qystein
When Hulk was sent away from his former home and friends was just the beginning of an spectacular odyssey. Don't miss it.Published on 19 Dec. 2011 by Duncas Thargaryen
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