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Incredible Hulks: Heart of the Monster

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PLANET HULK and WORLD WAR HULK writer Greg Pak ends his legendary run - and he's taking the Green Goliath down with him! To protect his beloved family, Bruce Banner has spent the last year sacrificing himself in titanic clashes with monsters, demons and the gods themselves. But what happens when the furious monster inside him says ENOUGH? Every wish comes true - and every ...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published November 23rd 2011 by Marvel
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Don Weiss
Jun 10, 2015 Don Weiss rated it it was amazing
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As Greg Pak’s fabulous five-year tenure as regular writer of THE INCREDIBLE HULK draws to a close, Bruce Banner’s ex-wife Betty Ross has just left him to run off to the kingdom of Subterranea with the Hulk’s old nemesis Tyrannus. When Monica Rappaccini, the Scientist Supreme of A.I.M., invades the realm with the intention of perverting Tyrannus’ Fountain of Youth into a Wishing Well, Betty--in her Red She-Hulk form—impulsively makes a wish that not only has dire consequences for the Hulk, but ...more
Lee Battersby
Jan 09, 2014 Lee Battersby rated it really liked it
Good, clean over the top fun with a ludicrous number of enemies, worldbreaking, axe-wielding barbarian Hulk moments, monsters, interstellar travel, and mad science-fantasy silliness. In short, just about a Hulk Greatest Hits package thrown together with as much care for logic as a clown crossing the highway with his eyes closed. It's not exactly deep, and it's not exactly a canonical high point, but it's satisfying popcorn stuff, and if, like me, you think there are a few too many Hulks doing ...more
Travis
Nov 23, 2012 Travis rated it liked it
The grand finale of Pak's long run on Hulk is not perfect and I was only ever a casual reader, but I was quite impressed that Pak worked so hard to wrap up all his story threads and leaves the series in a good place for whatever creative team came after him.

I admire that in a comic writer and so am willing to forgive him some of the story stuff that I wasn't thrilled with.

Not a huge fan of the 'color guard' version of the Hulk family, but Pak created a nice dynamic between Bruce Banner and Betty
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Willow
Jun 03, 2015 Willow rated it really liked it
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Good, satisfying ending to a LONG run on the title (well, titles, since it changed name 3 times during the course of the run). Nicely wrapped up all the storylines, left me feeling... content, is a good word for it. I could read more Hulk, or not, which I think is the ideal way to end a long run on a book. To paraphrase Robert Jordan, it's not THE ending, there is no ending for any character in Big 2 superhero comics, but it is A ending, and a good one at that.
MB Taylor
Aug 07, 2015 MB Taylor rated it liked it
Mostly only gets 2 stars from me, but for the sake of the last 10 pages I'll give it three.

I'm not a fan of the ultra-powerful Hulk. My favorite Hulk periods are probably when he was drawn by Herb Trimpe in the 70s and writen by Peter David in the 90s.
Kipjo Ewers
Mar 09, 2016 Kipjo Ewers rated it it was amazing
Greg Paks does it again. One of the best Hulk stories written in my opinion. Right up there with World War Hulk.
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Greg Pak is an award-winning Korean American comic book writer and filmmaker currently writing “Batman/Superman” and “Action Comics” for DC Comics. Pak wrote the "Princess Who Saved Herself" children's book and the “Code Monkey Save World” graphic novel based on the songs of Jonathan Coulton and co-wrote (with Fred Van Lente) the acclaimed “Make Comics Like the Pros” how-to book. Pak's other work ...more
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