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Monthly Archives: February 2007

ComixFan.com raves about “Incredible Hulk” #102

Andy Jastrzembski gives “Incredible Hulk” #102 four and a half stars at ComixFan.com. An excerpt:

Away from Earth, the Hulk finally has a chance to shine as a hero, but thankfully, Pak resisted the urge to write to turn the Hulk into a clichéd hero. Instead, we get a deeply conflicted man who is coming to terms with his status as a hero/savior to an entire world when all he has ever known is persecution and hate on Earth.

“Incredible Hulk” #103, also written by Greg Pak, hits comic book stores today.

FanboyPlanet loves “Incredible Hulk” #103 and “X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #5

FanboyPlanet.com has posted rave reviews of Greg Pak’s “Incredible Hulk” #103 and “X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #5, both of which hit comic book stores today. Here’s a taste:

Incredible Hulk #103: … Pak is the guy. In all this time, we’ve never really questioned the status quo of the Bruce/Hulk dynamic because everything was so good. Then in just a couple of panels Pak reveals it and …it’s still just so good. Despite this storyline putting an acceptable epilogue on the Hulk’s saga, Pak even naturally spins into World War Hulk. Suddenly, I can’t wait.
Phoenix Warsong #5: More Paktastic goodness, closing one book on Grant Morrison’s X-Men run while planting seeds for more storytelling. Though the artwork is a little uneven, this book never lets up, and never talks down to the readers. It’s not for the casual reader, but it is tremendously rewarding for long-time fans.

2007.02.07 – “Incredible Hulk” #103 and “X-Men: Phoenix Warsong” #5

Two comics written by Greg Pak hit comic book stores today.
Click here for a preview of “Incredible Hulk” #103 and here for a preview of “X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #5.
Tell your local store to hold copies for you today!

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