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Writer Gerry Duggan (Deadpool) kicks off a shocking new direction for the Hulk! Iron Man saved Bruce Banner's life, but at a strange price. Who or what is Doc Green, aka the Omega Hulk? And why is he targeting - and "curing" - the Hulk's Gamma-powered extended family? Rick Jones is the first to face the sinister Doc, but he might not survive his prescription! Next, Doc Gre Writer Gerry Duggan (Deadpool) kicks off a shocking new direction for the Hulk! Iron Man saved Bruce Banner's life, but at a strange price. Who or what is Doc Green, aka the Omega Hulk? And why is he targeting - and "curing" - the Hulk's Gamma-powered extended family? Rick Jones is the first to face the sinister Doc, but he might not survive his prescription! Next, Doc Green takes on Skaar - but when someone else intercedes in the battle, all hell breaks loose! And don't think the Doc has forgotten about the Gamma Corps and Red She-Hulk! But when it comes time for Red Hulk to take his medicine, there'll be mass smashing and widespread destruction! Guest-starring Kitty Pryde and Daredevil! And oh yeah -who shot Bruce Banner to begin with? Plus: Someone close to HULK dies! What impact will this have on one of the most dangerous super beings on the planet? Collecting: Hulk 5-10, Annual 1


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Writer Gerry Duggan (Deadpool) kicks off a shocking new direction for the Hulk! Iron Man saved Bruce Banner's life, but at a strange price. Who or what is Doc Green, aka the Omega Hulk? And why is he targeting - and "curing" - the Hulk's Gamma-powered extended family? Rick Jones is the first to face the sinister Doc, but he might not survive his prescription! Next, Doc Gre Writer Gerry Duggan (Deadpool) kicks off a shocking new direction for the Hulk! Iron Man saved Bruce Banner's life, but at a strange price. Who or what is Doc Green, aka the Omega Hulk? And why is he targeting - and "curing" - the Hulk's Gamma-powered extended family? Rick Jones is the first to face the sinister Doc, but he might not survive his prescription! Next, Doc Green takes on Skaar - but when someone else intercedes in the battle, all hell breaks loose! And don't think the Doc has forgotten about the Gamma Corps and Red She-Hulk! But when it comes time for Red Hulk to take his medicine, there'll be mass smashing and widespread destruction! Guest-starring Kitty Pryde and Daredevil! And oh yeah -who shot Bruce Banner to begin with? Plus: Someone close to HULK dies! What impact will this have on one of the most dangerous super beings on the planet? Collecting: Hulk 5-10, Annual 1

30 review for Hulk, Volume 2: Omega Hulk, Book 1

  1. 5 out of 5

    Terence

    Bruce Banner's brain was severely brain damaged so his friend Tony Stark decided to put extremis in his brain to repair it. Stark did better than simply repair it he transformed Banner's brain and The Hulk's brain or Doc Green as he likes to be called now. So Doc Green isn't simply the strongest there is, now he's also the smartest. He also has a plan to rid the world of gamma weapons. So depending on how old or how long a person has been reading comic books will determine how genius some ideas s Bruce Banner's brain was severely brain damaged so his friend Tony Stark decided to put extremis in his brain to repair it. Stark did better than simply repair it he transformed Banner's brain and The Hulk's brain or Doc Green as he likes to be called now. So Doc Green isn't simply the strongest there is, now he's also the smartest. He also has a plan to rid the world of gamma weapons. So depending on how old or how long a person has been reading comic books will determine how genius some ideas seem. If, like myself, a person has been reading comics for 20+ years the idea of a smart Hulk doesn't seem all that clever. I remember the last time Hulk was smart. Anyway Doc Green is going around curing people capable of Gamma transformations regardless of if they want to be cured or not. The doctor is also having house calls with anyone who may think of using gamma radiation as a weapon. Doc Green is kind of a prick because of how he's going about things. Plus if anything he's removing any threats to his strength if he decides to take over.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Dan

    New incarnation of the Hulk but don't call him that....with a mission to be the last of his kind. https://youtu.be/6ICtvJiwsWc New incarnation of the Hulk but don't call him that....with a mission to be the last of his kind. https://youtu.be/6ICtvJiwsWc

  3. 5 out of 5

    David

    Hmmm. Not sure I care for where this is heading. Getting rid of all the other hulked up supporting cast? I love A-Bomb and the rest. Sadness.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Alex E

    If you were never a fan of the Hulk "family", then this is the story line for you. After the events of the last volume, Banner's intellect has magnified significantly due to the extremis that Stark injected into him. This also means that Hulk, or Doc Green as he now prefers to be called, is now super smart as well. With his newfound super intelligence, Doc Green has decided: 1. He wont turn back to Banner so he can maintain control of his life, and 2. Every other Gamma hero or villain is a danger If you were never a fan of the Hulk "family", then this is the story line for you. After the events of the last volume, Banner's intellect has magnified significantly due to the extremis that Stark injected into him. This also means that Hulk, or Doc Green as he now prefers to be called, is now super smart as well. With his newfound super intelligence, Doc Green has decided: 1. He wont turn back to Banner so he can maintain control of his life, and 2. Every other Gamma hero or villain is a danger to the Earth. He goes about setting up fail safes to keep Banner in line, and also, starts going after every member of the Hulk family to "cure" them. Its an interesting premise by Duggan, which actually works well to thin out the many hulked out characters currently in the Marvel Universe at this point and time. It seems that the cures actual do just that - cure the person, but Doc Green definitely has some kind of nefarious plan with the revelation that there is something else in the "cure" that he is keeping secret. Really interesting intro by Duggan to setup Hulk as the villain, but with the added advantage of super intellect. This is definitely only half the story, so I look forward to reading the next volume and see where it all leads.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Dean

    Wasn't sure I would enjoy this, but can happily say I was very wrong. Essentially an Armour Wars for the Hulk, he is on a mission to de-power all gamma created weapons, be they things or people. It makes for a fun ride, well executed. The new persona of 'Doc Green' is a nod to the previous intelligent Hulk, but Banner himself is not part of this version. Smart, but with a streak of nastiness. The art is excellent throughout, the collection as a whole being very strong. I'd recommend this one. Wasn't sure I would enjoy this, but can happily say I was very wrong. Essentially an Armour Wars for the Hulk, he is on a mission to de-power all gamma created weapons, be they things or people. It makes for a fun ride, well executed. The new persona of 'Doc Green' is a nod to the previous intelligent Hulk, but Banner himself is not part of this version. Smart, but with a streak of nastiness. The art is excellent throughout, the collection as a whole being very strong. I'd recommend this one.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    There's a new Hulk out there and he's a dick. Gerry Duggan is killing it at Marvel these days between Deadpool, Nova and the Hulk, he's making some of Marvel's best books. There's a new Hulk out there and he's a dick. Gerry Duggan is killing it at Marvel these days between Deadpool, Nova and the Hulk, he's making some of Marvel's best books.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lionel

    Some funny bits and references doesn't make up for the rest. It is basically 50 shades of hulk Some funny bits and references doesn't make up for the rest. It is basically 50 shades of hulk

  8. 5 out of 5

    Vishualee

    We finally get some answers for the question that haunted Volume 1 - Who shot Bruce Banner in the head? The people who did it are revealed and their reason for doing it. That's not all. A new, dangerously intelligent Hulk, fresh out of college of Extremis, invites you to his lab. Just don't make him fractious, because you wouldn't like him if he gets fractious. He is now a walking-talking dictionary, and knows his science and technology. With his civilized appearance, you may reconsider certain n We finally get some answers for the question that haunted Volume 1 - Who shot Bruce Banner in the head? The people who did it are revealed and their reason for doing it. That's not all. A new, dangerously intelligent Hulk, fresh out of college of Extremis, invites you to his lab. Just don't make him fractious, because you wouldn't like him if he gets fractious. He is now a walking-talking dictionary, and knows his science and technology. With his civilized appearance, you may reconsider certain notions about the Hulk. The new Hulk becomes fractious if anyone calls him by his name. He is no longer Hulk, or Banner. He is Doc Green. The first half of this volume wasn't engaging. Whereas, the latter half was. It had the best stories, guest appearances and character interaction. The artwork is incredible throughout.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Murphy

    Unsurprisingly, I can't stand the plot for this and as Bruce said, Doc Green is truly insufferable. I hate him, but I'm enjoying hating him and his actions so hopefully that was the reaction the writer was going for. Who shot Bruce in the first volume and why was revealed in about a setence, so if you're reading this for an interesting mystery aspect don't bother. You'll get the same level of fulfillment by going to the Hulk Wiki and scrolling until finally getting to the section that explains w Unsurprisingly, I can't stand the plot for this and as Bruce said, Doc Green is truly insufferable. I hate him, but I'm enjoying hating him and his actions so hopefully that was the reaction the writer was going for. Who shot Bruce in the first volume and why was revealed in about a setence, so if you're reading this for an interesting mystery aspect don't bother. You'll get the same level of fulfillment by going to the Hulk Wiki and scrolling until finally getting to the section that explains who's responsible. I'm glad to see members of the Hulk family again, I just wish it was under less awful circumstances.

  10. 5 out of 5

    R.b.

    This is not your daddy's Hulk I can't keep up with all the Hulks! Red Hulk, Blue Hulk, Betty Ross Hulk! How many are there? If it were not for "previously on Hulk" story synopsis at the beginning of each issue, I'd be lost. It gives the reader a chance to jump in the middle and follow the complex plot line. I really enjoyed this new version of the Hulk. It is by far much better than the material I read in the 1970's. It really is for a sophisticated reader who enjoys good fantasy and science fict This is not your daddy's Hulk I can't keep up with all the Hulks! Red Hulk, Blue Hulk, Betty Ross Hulk! How many are there? If it were not for "previously on Hulk" story synopsis at the beginning of each issue, I'd be lost. It gives the reader a chance to jump in the middle and follow the complex plot line. I really enjoyed this new version of the Hulk. It is by far much better than the material I read in the 1970's. It really is for a sophisticated reader who enjoys good fantasy and science fiction.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Villain E

    This has some positives and some negatives. Mark Bagley is still a consistently good superhero artist. After being injected with Extremis, the Hulk is a genius. To clarify, it's not Banner's mind in the Hulk's body, it's the Hulk personality which is a genius. Which could be interesting. Except he goes on the same old crusade of stopping gamma-powered people. He de-powers A-Bomb, Skaar, and Red She-Hulk. So really this is just one big retcon. This has some positives and some negatives. Mark Bagley is still a consistently good superhero artist. After being injected with Extremis, the Hulk is a genius. To clarify, it's not Banner's mind in the Hulk's body, it's the Hulk personality which is a genius. Which could be interesting. Except he goes on the same old crusade of stopping gamma-powered people. He de-powers A-Bomb, Skaar, and Red She-Hulk. So really this is just one big retcon.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Frans Kempe

    The Hulk is transformed by Extremis and a new persona called Doc Green is born who wants to cure all gamma powered beings

  13. 5 out of 5

    Don Weiss

    After a near-fatal shot to the head left him mentally disabled, Bruce Banner’s life was saved by Tony Stark, who used Extremis technology to repair the damage to his friend’s brain. While Banner’s intellect was restored, the Extremis also had an unexpected, unwanted side effect: a new incarnation of the Hulk was created. Rechristening himself as “Doc Green”, the Hulk begins a crusade to rid the world of all other gamma radiation-empowered super beings, leaving only himself. He is… the Omega Hulk After a near-fatal shot to the head left him mentally disabled, Bruce Banner’s life was saved by Tony Stark, who used Extremis technology to repair the damage to his friend’s brain. While Banner’s intellect was restored, the Extremis also had an unexpected, unwanted side effect: a new incarnation of the Hulk was created. Rechristening himself as “Doc Green”, the Hulk begins a crusade to rid the world of all other gamma radiation-empowered super beings, leaving only himself. He is… the Omega Hulk! The concept of an intelligent Hulk has been visited many times before, most notably during Bill Mantlo’s “Banner-Hulk” of the 1980s and Peter David’s “Merged Hulk” of the 1990s, so one would think that seeing it again here isn’t anything special. What sets Gerry Duggan’s Doc Green apart from those previous two incarnations is that while he is intelligent, he is also distinctively separate from Bruce Banner and is working constantly to keep his human half suppressed and from interfering in his carefully laid plans. A darker, more sinister take on the super-intelligent, super-strong Hulk is precisely what is needed for the purposes of this storyline, and after Mark Waid’s INDESTRUCTIBLE HULK run, in which the Hulk became little more than a tool at the disposal of both Banner and S.H.I.E.L.D., Duggan’s take is a much needed breath of fresh air. Essentially he is cleaning the house built by Jeph Loeb and Greg Pak, eliminating, but not killing, the other Hulks one by one: A-Bomb, Hulkling, Skaar, and Red She-Hulk are the ones checked off his hit list here. Some of them take it well, some do not. In any case, the reduction and dissolution of the “Hulk Family” is long overdue. Duggan also works in some intriguing subplots, such as Doc Green creating an artificial intelligence to guard against Banner’s return (which can’t end well), and the revelation of Betty Ross’s role in the shooting of her ex-husband. The storyline is equally balanced by some of the best artistic work seen on the Hulk book in a while. Mark Bagley proves himself capable of depicting the Hulk characters and the human characters with an equal level of fine detail. From the dialogue scenes to the action sequences, Bagley’s art is a perfect compliment to Duggan’s writing style. Perhaps the last of the great contemporary Hulk sagas, OMEGA HULK BOOK 1 kicks off the storyline with a lively start, with the promise of more resolutions to come.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    It's been a while since a Hulk book has genuinely excited me. Mark Waid's run came close, but it never really lived up to the potential. Now, Gerry Duggan has taken the reins and is piloting the newly created Doc Green into a storyline that actually has me really wanting the next volume, like now. Doc Green, the new Hulk thanks to Iron Man sticking Extremis into Bruce Banner's head (because that was a good idea, well done Tony), sets out to take down every other Hulk or gamma powered creature in It's been a while since a Hulk book has genuinely excited me. Mark Waid's run came close, but it never really lived up to the potential. Now, Gerry Duggan has taken the reins and is piloting the newly created Doc Green into a storyline that actually has me really wanting the next volume, like now. Doc Green, the new Hulk thanks to Iron Man sticking Extremis into Bruce Banner's head (because that was a good idea, well done Tony), sets out to take down every other Hulk or gamma powered creature in the Marvel Universe, because he thinks that gamma weapons are dangerous. Oh, the irony. Cue a whistle-stop tour of Doc Green punching his way through A-Bomb, Skaar, Red Hulk, Red She-Hulk, and more. What makes this volume so good in my eyes is that Duggan remembers every bit of continuity about the characters, even if they've not been seen for a while. In fact, Red She-Hulk's previous series factors in heavily into why Bruce Banner got shot in the first place, and there's even return appearances from the Hulk's science crew from Indestructible who I thought would disappear in the creative shuffle. The only thing that brings this volume down is the annual, which deals with the fate of Patricia Wolman, one of Hulk's science team who has been dying since she joined his team. It retroactively gives her a stupid motivation and eventually turns her into a monster for Hulk to punch, and that feels a complete misstep given the way the character had evolved over Indestructible Hulk's run. It also suffers from some weird dialogue that changes tense halfway through sentences, which is odd to say the least, and it has its conclusion spoiled because it takes place between issues 7-8 or so of Hulk and is instead reprinted at the end of issue 10. Well done Marvel. Sigh.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Anchorpete

    From Greg Pak, to Jeff Parker, to Jason Aaron, to Mark Waid, to Gerry Duggan, the hulk has gone through a major status quo shift every time. Let's see if I can follow it all PAK- The Hulk is blasted into space by the Illuminati, lands on a planet where he goes all Russel Crowe and transitions from Slave to Gladiator to Ruler. He comes back to Earth, with his Alien Army and seeks revenge on the super heroes who have wronged him. PARKER- There is a Red Hulk. Betty Ross becomes a Red Hulk. Rick Jones From Greg Pak, to Jeff Parker, to Jason Aaron, to Mark Waid, to Gerry Duggan, the hulk has gone through a major status quo shift every time. Let's see if I can follow it all PAK- The Hulk is blasted into space by the Illuminati, lands on a planet where he goes all Russel Crowe and transitions from Slave to Gladiator to Ruler. He comes back to Earth, with his Alien Army and seeks revenge on the super heroes who have wronged him. PARKER- There is a Red Hulk. Betty Ross becomes a Red Hulk. Rick Jones becomes the modern version of the Abomination. The Hulk's greatest, super thinker, enemies come together to form the Intelligencia AARON- Banner and Hulk are in the ultimate game of Cat and Mouse. Banner has a master plan, and he is constantly setting the hulk up, in death traps, every time he switches from puny Banner, to the big Green Guy. Waid- Hulk Smashes, Banner Builds. Bruce Banner decides to take a proactive stance and joins Shield, where he puts his super brain to work. When Neccesary, he lets the hulk out. DUGGAN- One of the members of Banner's support team, shot Banner in the back of the head. Tony Stark injected some of his extremis technology into Banner's brain, to stave off the brain damage. The Extremis affected Banner, turning him into Doc Green, who is neither the hulk, nor Banner, yet has the super strength and super intelligence they brought to the table. That about sums it up, about a decade worth of Hulk stories. I appreciate all of the different directions they have taken hulk and Banner. Before Pak, I wasn't reading about Bruce and his unstoppable alter ego. Now, I am happy to see the new writer and the new take that comes with this book.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Bruce M

    Another smart Hulk? Seems like it's been done. Fortunately for me, I never read the Hulk growing up, or in my teens. All my non-Marvel Movie Hulk experience comes from either vague recollections 70s TV reruns, or the odd time he'd pop up in a book or cartoon I was following. So if this Doc Green persona is derivative of Peter David's Smart Hulk, I wouldn't know. Banner's new alter ego has decided to use the combined strength of his brains and brawn to cure all forms of gamma irradiation. It seems Another smart Hulk? Seems like it's been done. Fortunately for me, I never read the Hulk growing up, or in my teens. All my non-Marvel Movie Hulk experience comes from either vague recollections 70s TV reruns, or the odd time he'd pop up in a book or cartoon I was following. So if this Doc Green persona is derivative of Peter David's Smart Hulk, I wouldn't know. Banner's new alter ego has decided to use the combined strength of his brains and brawn to cure all forms of gamma irradiation. It seems the Eath 616 has more Gamma irradiated heroes and villains than Batman has Robins. Bookending this title around Charles Soule's She Hulk run makes the Shocker's "See a Hulk, run" comment make even more sense. As someone who hasn't actually read a lot of the Hulk, this is a very entertaining read. It's well drawn, and if nothing else, my ignorance makes it feel like a fresh take. Though, hints of the Maestro remind me of a time in Marvel's history where the night was dark and full of dystopic futurescapes.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Butcher

    Mini Comic File - Hulk: Omega Hulk, Volume One. His name is Doc Green, and it is a smart Hulk with a whole new attitude. His game is to save the world from Gamma weapons...so other Hulks. This sometimes cruel, super intelligent Hulk is working his way through the cast of Hulk and the Agents of SMASH, in his own private version of Armor Wars, as he depowers the Hulks of the world. It is yet to be seen if this is a good or bad thing. Doc Green is an interesting figure, being a super smart and aware Mini Comic File - Hulk: Omega Hulk, Volume One. His name is Doc Green, and it is a smart Hulk with a whole new attitude. His game is to save the world from Gamma weapons...so other Hulks. This sometimes cruel, super intelligent Hulk is working his way through the cast of Hulk and the Agents of SMASH, in his own private version of Armor Wars, as he depowers the Hulks of the world. It is yet to be seen if this is a good or bad thing. Doc Green is an interesting figure, being a super smart and aware Hulk that does like to smash. His motives are clearly grey. And written by Gerry Duggan he is a strong anti-hero hero. I found Doc Green to be an interesting turn on the classic Hulk archtype. But like many things I wonder if it will stick for long in the wake of Secret Wars. There is plenty of Hulk on Hulk violence to make the action fans happy. 3.5 out of 4 Stars.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Matt

    Collects Hulk (2014) issues #5-10 and Hulk Annual issue #1 In this collection, the personality of the Hulk has changed. He is extremely smart, and doesn't want to be known as the Hulk anymore. Instead, he now goes by the name Doc Green. Doc Green is repressing Bruce Banner (who was recently shot in the head in his human form). Doc Green is on a mission to rid the world of all gamma-powered beings. The names on his attack list include: A-Bomb Skaar Red She-Hulk One cool note about this book is that th Collects Hulk (2014) issues #5-10 and Hulk Annual issue #1 In this collection, the personality of the Hulk has changed. He is extremely smart, and doesn't want to be known as the Hulk anymore. Instead, he now goes by the name Doc Green. Doc Green is repressing Bruce Banner (who was recently shot in the head in his human form). Doc Green is on a mission to rid the world of all gamma-powered beings. The names on his attack list include: A-Bomb Skaar Red She-Hulk One cool note about this book is that this new Doc Green persona has shades of Hulk's Maestro persona in him. I wonder if this storyline is giving us the origin story for the Maestro. I think that would be a lot of fun. I hope Doc Green stays in control for a while.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jeff Powers

    The Hulk series has taken an odd turn in the Marvel universe. And unlike many other popular titles right now, still keeps its story pretty dark and serious. The general premise is nothing too new, to be honest. We have seen it before, a hundred different versions of the Hulk/Banner persona. We are left with a super-intelligent version of the Hulk, who comes off vaguely similar as the current Superior Iron Man. Driven, but incredibly selfish. While not a terrible series, I did manage to be entert The Hulk series has taken an odd turn in the Marvel universe. And unlike many other popular titles right now, still keeps its story pretty dark and serious. The general premise is nothing too new, to be honest. We have seen it before, a hundred different versions of the Hulk/Banner persona. We are left with a super-intelligent version of the Hulk, who comes off vaguely similar as the current Superior Iron Man. Driven, but incredibly selfish. While not a terrible series, I did manage to be entertained enough through the two volumes, I am interested to see where Marvel takes this classic monster/hero, into the next iteration of the Marvel universe. And while I love a smart Hulk, rocking a sexy mohawk and beard, my hopes are for something a little more fun next time around.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Will Robinson Jr.

    The countdown to the end of the hulk saga begins here. After the last volume writer Gerry Duggan gives marvel fans quite a surprising Hulk story. After Bruce Banner is mysterious shot Tony Stark uses his scientific genius and the extremis technology to repair Bruce banner's brain but the side effect is the altering of the personality of Bruce's mean green alter ego the Incredible Hulk. In this volume the new highly intelligent Hulk aka Doc Green sets out to cure all of his Hulk like counterparts The countdown to the end of the hulk saga begins here. After the last volume writer Gerry Duggan gives marvel fans quite a surprising Hulk story. After Bruce Banner is mysterious shot Tony Stark uses his scientific genius and the extremis technology to repair Bruce banner's brain but the side effect is the altering of the personality of Bruce's mean green alter ego the Incredible Hulk. In this volume the new highly intelligent Hulk aka Doc Green sets out to cure all of his Hulk like counterparts. Unfortunately the other Hulks do not want to be cured. This was a fun and easy book to jump into and the artwork was not bad as well. I can not wait to the next issue when Doc Green confronts She hulk.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Sepúlveda

    Este volumen tiene como invitados a varios personajes del universo Marvel como los X-men y Daredevil, así como también a todos los "Hulk" de Marvel. Empezando con el hecho de que Hulk no sólo puede hablar sino también pensar y razonar (Ahora se hace llamar Doctor Green y es muy inteligente), hay que decirlo: Es un volumen muy extraño. El resumen perfecto es Hulk, ahora llamado Doctor Green, caza a todos los "Hulk" del Universo Marvel como A-Bomb, Red Hulk, Skaar, etc. No es mala idea, es solo que Este volumen tiene como invitados a varios personajes del universo Marvel como los X-men y Daredevil, así como también a todos los "Hulk" de Marvel. Empezando con el hecho de que Hulk no sólo puede hablar sino también pensar y razonar (Ahora se hace llamar Doctor Green y es muy inteligente), hay que decirlo: Es un volumen muy extraño. El resumen perfecto es Hulk, ahora llamado Doctor Green, caza a todos los "Hulk" del Universo Marvel como A-Bomb, Red Hulk, Skaar, etc. No es mala idea, es solo que pienso que le faltó un poco de maduración a la misma. Todo e muy apresurado. Le di 3 estrellas porque no me parecio mala, sin embargo no fue lo suficientemente buena como para darle 4 o más estrellas.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Adan

    Not usually a Hulk fan, but I was intrigued by Hulk's new personality Doc Green in Hickman's Avengers run. I actually enjoyed this very much, and I'm totally behind Doc Green's plan to rid the world of gamma-powered people (there's too damn many of them). He's clearly not entirely successful as seen in current Marvel comics, but he gets rid of three in this collection. And there's still the second part to look forward to! Not usually a Hulk fan, but I was intrigued by Hulk's new personality Doc Green in Hickman's Avengers run. I actually enjoyed this very much, and I'm totally behind Doc Green's plan to rid the world of gamma-powered people (there's too damn many of them). He's clearly not entirely successful as seen in current Marvel comics, but he gets rid of three in this collection. And there's still the second part to look forward to!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Carl

    The Hulk has been infected with EXTREMIS and is now the super smart Doc Green, so he sets about curing all the other Gamma infected beings with a serum made from his blood. A-Bomb, She Hulk, Red Hulk, Red She Hulk, Skaar and a few others come into conflict with Doc Green. Maybe they don't want to be cured! Mark Bagley does his usual okay art and Gerry Duggan crafts a good story. A good read and little glimpse of the greatest Hulk of all. The Maestro!! The Hulk has been infected with EXTREMIS and is now the super smart Doc Green, so he sets about curing all the other Gamma infected beings with a serum made from his blood. A-Bomb, She Hulk, Red Hulk, Red She Hulk, Skaar and a few others come into conflict with Doc Green. Maybe they don't want to be cured! Mark Bagley does his usual okay art and Gerry Duggan crafts a good story. A good read and little glimpse of the greatest Hulk of all. The Maestro!!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    There was a trend a few years back to make every member of the original Hulk comics into their own version of the Hulk giving us a rainbow assortment of Hulks. I admire this series for trying to undo that unfortunate development and lay some connections to the future Hulk, Maestro, that Peter David introduced years ago.

  25. 4 out of 5

    James Rodrigues

    We have another intelligent Hulk, this time named Doc Green. His mission? To be rid of the Hulks supporting cast, so he cures them one by one. There's shades of a decent story here, but it gets so repetitive and uninteresting. Shame. We have another intelligent Hulk, this time named Doc Green. His mission? To be rid of the Hulks supporting cast, so he cures them one by one. There's shades of a decent story here, but it gets so repetitive and uninteresting. Shame.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Tani

    Not thrilled with this turn of events...

  27. 4 out of 5

    Phil

    I'm digging where this Hulk is going!!! The dream sequence gives you spoilers!!!! I'm digging where this Hulk is going!!! The dream sequence gives you spoilers!!!!

  28. 5 out of 5

    sixthreezy

    This book was so great and has so much going for it. Would have liked to have seen more resolution here, but I don't think we have seen the last of Doctor Green... This book was so great and has so much going for it. Would have liked to have seen more resolution here, but I don't think we have seen the last of Doctor Green...

  29. 4 out of 5

    shaz rasul

  30. 5 out of 5

    Santiago

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