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Hulk (2021) #1





Hulk (2021) #1 


Thanks to Xbox Game Pass Peter had three months of Marvel Unlimited for free. We decided to use it before it expired. I had heard about this new Hulk reboot in 2021 and thought I would check it out. I started with Hulk (2021) #1. I noticed that Marvel Unlimited is a bit behind on the current issues that are being sold on the market. So Marvel is trying to get people to continue to purchase the physical copies of comic books. As a supporter of the physical copy movement I can completely relate.

I am not familiar with the events in the Marvel Comics so there are references to some tragedy in El Paso. I guess the Hulk had something to do with it. We find out in Hulk (2021) #1 that the Hulk has split into three personalities. The first is the body being controlled by Banner. The second is Banner who is treating the Hulk like a space ship. The last one is the uncontrolled anger and rage of the Hulk. That is being used as an engine for the body when it needs to fight.

Banner while in control of the Hulk fights through Iron Man to get to this teleporter. No one knows where it will send him. Banner lets the heroes of Earth know that he is someone they never planned for. They may have plans or the Hulk, but not Banner the scientist in control of the Hulk. SPOILER ALERT! Banner leaves the Earth and that is where Hulk (2021) #1 ends. It is to be continued of course.

The issues families will have with Hulk (2021) #1 is blood, gore, violence, and more. Any profanity is put into odd characters so the word is not even guessable. I like that way of doing things. Bad language is referenced without actually being shown. Banner realizes the Hulk is immortal but he is not. He wants some time in control which is a main theme throughout Hulk (2021) #1. This is an interesting idea for this reboot.

Hulk (2021) #1 does remind me of what happened before Planet Hulk. When I was reading in Marvel Unlimited I had to click on the screen to have the bars on the top and the bottom go away. That way I could read words that were being blocked at the top and the bottom. Hulk (2021) #1 has okay art. The story got me interested right away. I will read some more issues of this digital comic book in the future.
- Paul


Graphics: 54%
Writing: 80%
Replay/Extras: 74%
Story: 81%
Family Friendly Factor: 59%

System: Marvel Unlimited
Publisher: Marvel
Author: Cates, Ottley
Rating: ‘T+’ for THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY

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