Sunday, March 20, 2011

CBR Review: Hulk #30.1

I recently reviewed Hulk #30.1 for CBR and, in the process, wrote the following sentences: "I’ve been following Marvel’s ‘Point One’ program, buying every .1 issue released, wanting to see how each title and set of creators approaches the concept of a ‘jumping-on point’ comic. The results have been mixed, but Hulk #30.1 is, probably, the most effective of these titles released yet, both crafting a story that establishes the status quo of the book and telling a story that changes it. In effect, Jeff Parker gets you up to speed before getting you involved through a large change to the character of the Red Hulk and his world. Throw in some very good art by Gabriel Hardman and Tom Palmer, and it’s definitely an issue that’s perfect for those who haven’t been reading Hulk and want to give it a chance."

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