Currently Reading: Incredible Hulks - Dark Son
 Almost forgot to post this, as I’m two issues from finishing this collection. After reading the World War Hulks hardcover last week I decided to go ahead and order the first of Pak’s four volumes of “Incredible Hulks”, which was the title of the series during his run post-World War Hulks because the cast expanded to include (as well as Bruce/Hulk) Skaar, She-Hulk, Red She-Hulk, A-Bomb, and Lyra. In this volume Hulk and the crew become aware of the existence of Hulks other son, Skaar’s twin brother Hiro Kala. Readers have known about him for a while, but now he’s in Earth’s solar system and Hulk must bring his crew forth to stop him and his alien army from invading. 
Now, I totally feel like I missed out on some plot because of the fact that I’ve never read the Son of Hulk series that Pak did which was where Hiro Kala was originally introduced, so I may or may not have to go back and grab that series… Regardless of my lack of knowledge as to what happened over there, this volume’s pretty fun as it’s full of the action you’d expect from a gamma charged ensemble comic. 

Currently Reading: Incredible Hulks - Dark Son

 Almost forgot to post this, as I’m two issues from finishing this collection. After reading the World War Hulks hardcover last week I decided to go ahead and order the first of Pak’s four volumes of “Incredible Hulks”, which was the title of the series during his run post-World War Hulks because the cast expanded to include (as well as Bruce/Hulk) Skaar, She-Hulk, Red She-Hulk, A-Bomb, and Lyra. In this volume Hulk and the crew become aware of the existence of Hulks other son, Skaar’s twin brother Hiro Kala. Readers have known about him for a while, but now he’s in Earth’s solar system and Hulk must bring his crew forth to stop him and his alien army from invading. 

Now, I totally feel like I missed out on some plot because of the fact that I’ve never read the Son of Hulk series that Pak did which was where Hiro Kala was originally introduced, so I may or may not have to go back and grab that series… Regardless of my lack of knowledge as to what happened over there, this volume’s pretty fun as it’s full of the action you’d expect from a gamma charged ensemble comic. 

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  2. lordturkeyhammer said: i’ve read the Son of Hulk up to him “defeating” Galactus. i thought it was pretty epic despite the confusing concept of skaar having a twin
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