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The Incredible Hulk: Planet Hulk Paperback – 16 Apr 2008

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  • Paperback: 416 pages
  • Publisher: Marvel Comics; 01 edition (16 April 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785120122
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785120124
  • Product Dimensions: 16.8 x 1.3 x 25.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 93,203 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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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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Sent to an uninhabited world by the 'heros' of earth, the hulks ship crash lands on an alien gladiator planet by accident. This leads to 15 isuues of Hulk based mayhem and carnage, the writing by Greg Pak is superb, as are the illustrations. I could not fault this Marvel hardback and could not put it down. I highly recommend to all fans of the 'Jolly Green Giant.'
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Every once in a while a series of comics comes along where everything just comes together, with the artwork and the writing both of exceptional quality that it deserves to be made into a 'Hardcover' presentation, and 'Planet Hulk' deserves this and more. I have to say first of all that it is best if you read the small graphic novel 'Prelude to Planet Hulk' beforehand just to help with the build up to this amazing piece of work.
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!!!!
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When I bought this book, I expected a pretty basic Hulk story, only one where he is a gladiator on a strange world. I expected him to simply punch lots of things, get angry and escape.
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.
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My favourite story arc. I may be biased in being a major Hulk fan, but this is one of the best sagas I have read. Greg Pak is one of my favourite authors, and the artwork is stunning!

Must read for any Hulk fan and definitely recommend to any comic book and graphic novel fans.
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Bruce Banner is gone. All that remains is Hulk. Banished from Earth by the Illuminati (and off-shoot of the Avengers) he is supposed to land on a distant planet with no life where he can live in peace. But a space portal sucks in his ship and spits him out on the planet of Sakaar, a Roman-esque world where he is quickly enslaved and forced into gladiatorial combat. With his unprecedented strength he turns the society of Sakaar completely upside down and leads an uprising against a cruel emperor.

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.
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So Hulk is tricked and unwillingly sent to a planet by the so called heroes of earth, only he doesn't reach the planet they intended to send him to. Hulk passes through a wormhole and instead lands on another world. The world is in control of an emperor who is cruel to many of the people on the planet. The Hulk finds himself to be part of an ancient prophecy on the world, and must set about freeing the planet from the deadly grasp of the corrupt emperor. From gladiator to king, The Hulk goes through an incredible adventure. The illustrations are epic and the storyline even more so, an absolute MUST for any Hulk or even comic book fan!
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I used not to like the Hulk. Always thought he was a non-character, just someone who grunted, screamed and broke things. Then I read some of Peter David's run on the hulk and loved it.
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.
Wwwhhaaaa?
This I have to see.
So, waited until p[ay day, and got my grubby mits on it.
Extremely good.
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!
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