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More bloggers rave about “Skaar”

Pink Kryptonite:

I was worried about this book. … However, given that it’s Greg Pak and Rom Garney I suppose I should have known better. Both men are consummate professionals and are adept at straddling the line between old school action and great character pieces.
We really do feel for both Hulk and Skaar in this book. They’ve been lied to and attacked from all sides for their entire time on Sakar and all they wanted was to be left alone (well, before Hulk became king anyway). But seeing Skaar grow up by himself and try to simply survive, we see glimpses of a Hulk we’ve not seen for some time. He is savage and raw and just anger personified.

Giant Size Marvel:

I’ve been looking forward to Skaar: Son of Hulk #1 ever since World War Hulk concluded, and the premiere issue does not disappoint! Ron Garney is the perfect choice to draw this character and the world he lives in [and the] story by Greg Pak really recaptures the sword and sorcery atmosphere as well.


This is possibly the most violently impressive Marvel comic I’ve read in ages… since Planet Hulk to be exact. Greg Pak brings all the danger of Sakaar back to readers in such a brilliant way that I wish Planet Hulk never ended. And Ron Graney steps up to bat as artist with such a ferocious energy that is unheard of in modern comics.

“Skaar: Son of Hulk” #1 was written by Greg Pak with art by Ron Garney. Ask your local comic shop to hold a copy for you today!

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