World War Hulk #2
Written by: Greg Pak
Art by: John Romita Jr.
Released: July 18, 2007
Considering my complete disinterest in the book in the lead-up to its publication, World War Hulk is turning out to be a surprisingly satisfying and enjoyable series. Part of its success is undoubtedly the fact that it hasn’t been over-hyped or marketed with a false premise: as readers, we’re getting exactly what we were promised, and we’re not being made to wait until the end of the series for the core concept to pay off.
If anything, I’m concerned that the book won’t be able to maintain this level of excitement for all five issues without becoming repetitive or one-note, as a lot of ground has already been covered in these first two issues – but the final page of this issue promises something a little different for the next, and suggests that the battle isn’t over by a long shot. This might not be the most thought-provoking or intelligent title on the stands, but it’s one of the most all-out entertaining superhero books that I’ve read in quite a while. In all I would rate this issue a 8.5/10 that’s all for this issue and as ways keep on marveling.
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