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on 8 September 2011
Among the recent collections of Pak's Incredible Hulks series (I have dropped my opinions on "Incredible Hulks: World War Hulks" and "Incredible Hulks: Chaos War"; see there) this story line seems unexpectedly bland and inconsistent to me.
This volume collects the main stories from #612 to 617 (the "Smash Files" have been collected in "Incredible Hulks: Chaos War"). (Attention, spoilers ahead!) The Hulk and his son Skaar detect that there is another son of the Hulk and his former love Caiera. And this one is on his way to destroy earth. It seems a bit much to imagine the Hulk getting two sons grown to adulthood within months and the being shaken up of an otherwise less sensible character. Why this Hiro-Kala thinks that earth must be destroyed eludes at least me. Also the bickering between the Hulk and his estranged wife does not really work here. And I am definitely tired of Rick Jones after all these years still being portrayed in speechless awe at the pure existence of "Captain Freaking America".
The rotating artists (Raney, Ching, Kitson, each of them flawless) add to the inconsistency of this book. One of the weaker performances of the otherwise formidable Greg Pak.
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