Hulk - Volume 4: Hulk Vs. X-Force

Hulk Volume Hulk Vs X Force perfect and great book

  • Title: Hulk - Volume 4: Hulk Vs. X-Force
  • Author: Jeph Loeb Ian Churchill Whilce Portacio
  • ISBN: 9780785140535
  • Page: 229
  • Format: Paperback
  • perfect and great book

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    2 thoughts on “Hulk - Volume 4: Hulk Vs. X-Force

    1. Joseph Jeph Loeb III is an Emmy and WGA nominated American film and television writer, producer and award winning comic book writer Loeb was a Co Executive Producer on the NBC hit show Heroes, and formerly a producer writer on the TV series Smallville and Lost.A four time Eisner Award winner and five time Wizard Fan Awards winner see below , Loeb s comic book career includes work on many major characters, including Spider Man, Batman, Superman, Hulk, Captain America, Cable, Iron Man, Daredevil, Supergirl, the Avengers, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, much of which he has produced in collaboration with artist Tim Sale, who provides the comic art seen on Heroes.

    2. I like the Hulk a lot, but I don’t like him enough where Marvel has a yen to start creating mysterious Hulks of different colors. It doesn’t quite border on the mind numbing need for Green Lantern creators to add a bunch of different color rings and corps, but its close. Real close. So, Marvel, if you’re thinking of adding an orange Hulk or a yellow Hulk, please don’t.This volume was back in the day when the identity of the Red Hulk was still a mystery and Mr. Red Hulk wants to keep it t [...]

    3. 3.5 starsIt's been said before, but this whole thing with the Red Hulk comes off as a little disjointed. The story in volume 4 kept my interest, though. It was fun, but not great. Who is the Red Hulk and Who is the Red She-Hulk? It's kind of obvious. Fun story linebut obvious. If you weren't sure before, then this volume is a flashing neon sign.Still, it's enjoyable.

    4. While definitely more fun than the previous volumes, this one does the opposite of helping the overall situation. Instead of working towards a solution to the big mystery, it just further complicates it. (Although I do enjoy some good red herrings thrown in.) Interestingly, the last chapter featuring Doc Samson at a psychoanalyst, is really good. It was a total break from the bombastic, annoying main plotline to a subtle, character-driven, thoughtful piece. What the heck was Loeb thinking? (Or, [...]

    5. The title of this book oversells it a bit. While there is a conflict with X-force, it is minimal and it is not the main focus of the book.No progress is made towards the solving of the "Who is the Red Hulk?" mystery, and a few more pieces of the puzzle are thrown in: (1) The people responsible for creating the Red Hulk now find him expendable (ostensibly because he went "off the reservation")(2) Red She-Hulk makes her first appearance, goes up against (and defeats - albeit off-panel) Elektra &am [...]

    6. I have read Red Hulk stories that come after this, so I was pleasantly surprised that this volume featured the first appearance of Red She-Hulk. The title is a little misleading because there is very little of Red Hulk vs. X-Force. It's in there, but only briefly, and then later in the book, after the initial fight is over, X-Force inexplicably works with Red Hulk, having seemingly forgotten that he attacked them the night before. I actually enjoyed this read quite a bit, but it isn't great. It [...]

    7. The Red Hulk has interesting possibilities but this book wasn't all that great. Neither the writing nor the art was all that impressive. And even though I've read a later incarnation of the Thunderbolts with pretty much the same set of characters, in this book the character choice seems more random. There were bits that were better - Domino in general and the Samson story - but in general there just wasn't enough good here. And the ridiculously over-muscled over-breasted art got in the way.

    8. Still not a stellar read, but definitely getting better. that last part with Doc Samson was actually pretty flawless. It's biggest over flaw is still delivery: The dialog is shit, the narration seeming to be pointless, the story wonders about to much just being a macho punch fest. I keep putting it down and thinking that in a better writers hands and with different art choices this could have been incredible!

    9. yah lumayan menghibur ketimbang yang volume 3. sedikit ada cerita yang menarik di volume kali ini.Red Hulk marah ketika salah satu anggota dari X-Force berusaha memata-matainya untuk mencuri identitas Red Hulk. Sadar bahwa dirinya dalam situasi yang gawat, Red Hulk langsung mengumpulkan para super hero lainnya dan membentuk tim untuk mengejar anggota X-Force yang berusaha mencuri identitasnya. Namun, Red Hulk dengan tim nya harus menghadapi hadangan X-Force yang dipimpin oleh Wolverine.

    10. The main storyline, Hulk vs. X-Force is just more of the same: a mindless fight spread out over several issues, with no real consequences. The annoyance of the ongoing who-is-red-hulk tease is just made worse by the introduction of she-red-hulk. I mean, please [3/10]. Contrariwise, the final issue, "Delilah" feels like it was written by a different person, with its careful concentration on continuity and its thoughtful psychological profile of Doc Samson [7/10].

    11. The mystery of the Red Hulk may have been accidentally uncovered by X-Force's Domino, causing Red to gather a crew to take her out. The so-called "Code Red" consists of Thundra, Deadpool, Crimson Dynamo, and Punisher; they find themselves up against Wolverine, Warpath, Archangel, and the X-Force crew. Serving to also add the Red-She-Hulk to the mix, this is a nifty little beat-'em-up.

    12. As as been said before about this book(in fact it could be said about the whole RedHulk run) it feels disjointed and the rhythm is upset by the narrative interjecting into converstions.Lovely art though.I'm just looking forward to getting back to Bruce and the GREEN (or Gray) Hulk

    13. It seems like Loeb's run with the Red Hulk is just an excuse to have him fight all the characters in the Marvel Universe. There's some good action here, but the shadow-plot behind it all seems kind of dumb on its slow reveal. This is not a thinking man's book.

    14. Finally this story is back on track! I loved the first volume, but 2 & 3 were mostly jumbled violent messes. With volume 4, the plot returns. Thank goodness.

    15. The art is top notch, but this isn't Loeb at his best. Every time I read a Hulk thought-caption I felt it was needless and an interference to the flow and pace of the story and dialogue.

    16. The art is top notch, but this isn't Loeb at his best. Every time I read a Hulk thought-caption I felt it was needless and an interference to the flow and pace of the story and dialogue.

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