The Incredible Hulk #711


Title: The Incredible Hulk #711

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: ★★★★☆

The two Greg’s and one Jay continue their run on “Totally Awesome Hulk”. This issue digs deeper into the psyche of Amadeus Cho. The arena tests the Hulk on a more emotional level since his first battle is choice between destruction and protection of the innocent. It brings about what truly makes a hero well a hero and tests Cho’s sense of morality. The issue does come with some push for Hulk to keep the Warlord at his word, well knowing he could destroy the whole thing. The ending /cliffhanger should have not been a surprise to anyone but I simply did not see it coming.  I’m definitely looking forward to the next issue since it ties closely to other media events.  This return to Sakaar continues to be an excellent ride to the past but different enough to keep us on edge.

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