The Incredible Hulk #710 Capsule Review

hulkplanetTitle: The Incredible Hulk #710

Publisher: Marvel Comics

Writer: Greg Pak

Artist: Greg Land

Inker: Jay Leisten

Colorist: Frank D’Armata

Letterer: VC’s Cory Petit

Cover Artist: Greg Land & Jay Leisten

Review: ★★★★☆

Issue 710 picks up where we last saw the Hulk battling inside the arena on the planet Sakaar. Amadeus Cho has decided to let the “HULK” out of the box, or the let the monster cut loose. We knew this was going to happen. You just gotta let the Hulk out to play sometimes. This is all well and fine except the local Warlord doesn’t exactly work with standard rules. The comic’s supporting cast helps Cho deal with all the issues that happen to come his way. It’s creates an interesting bond with the reader as well. Greg Pak has to do a good job of not repeating what he originally did with Banner in the previous series. Since Cho’s Hulk wasn’t abandoned on Sakaar, his approach to the situation should be a good twist on the story. Greg Land’s artwork continues to be solid and visually agreeable on the Hulk. One of the final panels has the Hulk holding a firearm and ready to do battle. The image could do well on a poster or button. Since Planet Hulk is a return to familiar ground it should be a great story as long as Pak keeps it different enough to be worthwhile.

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