Brandon Borzelli's Geek Goggle Reviews
Hulk #1-16 (2014)
Waid, Duggan, Bagley, Hennessy & Keith
Between April of 2014 and May of 2015 Marvel published a comic simply entitled "Hulk" that ran for sixteen issues plus an annual. While this is isn't the first comic to carry this title and this volume comes on the heels of the 'Indestructible Hulk' by the same writer, Mark Waid, this volume takes on a direction that is unique from all the other recent Hulk incarnations. Marvel has had a pattern of launching books when different creative teams take the reins for a comic, so when Mark Waid was pulled from this book for other projects after only four issues Marvel oddly decided not to relaunch the book. Instead they let the comic turn in a completely different direction. It is entirely possible that new writer, Gerry Duggan, had more freedom with the book with the Secret Wars event coming along and canceling all the titles and effectively ending the universe. However, the devil is in the details and Duggan made the most of his twelve issues and helped make this title one of Marvel's best over the past year. This is a highly recommended read.