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Incredible Hulk (2000 Series) #111

November 19, 2007

Quick Rating: Very Good
Title: Warbound Part VI (A World War Hulk tie-in)
Rating: A

The renegades face the end of the War!

Writers: Greg Pak & Jeff Parker
Art: Leonard Kirk
Colors: Chris Sotomayor
Letters: Cory Petit
Editor: Mark Paniccia
Cover Art: Carlos Pagulayan
Publisher: Marvel Comics

World War Hulk may have ended last week, but there’s still time for one last tie-in comic. The last chapter of “Warbound” happens pretty much simultaneously with World War Hulk issues four and five, and basically shows the events of those two issues from the perspective of Amadeus Cho and his ragtag group. As the Hulk forces the Illuminati in their own battle, then takes on the Sentry, Cho and his group are forced to hunt down the demon inadvertently unleashed by Dr. Strange.

Not surprising, given who’s going to be taking over this title in short order, there’s a lot of room given to Amadeus and Hercules, and to a lesser extent, the rest of the “Renegades.” The story itself isn’t particularly groundbreaking, especially if you read the core miniseries, but it’s a nice angle to take.

Leonard Kirk’s art, as always, is great. He has a good handle on all the diverse characters in this group, and who else could possibly draw such a convincing demon-inhabited suit of Hulkbuster Iron Man armor slugging it out with Hercules? That’s right, no one.

The new lead character for this book is a bizarre choice, but an intriguing one. As long as Greg Pak is staying with this title, I will too.

Rating: 8/10

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