My A.I.M. is True
With Red She-Hulk at his side, Tyrannus enters the fountain of youth he has that has kept him young, and immortal, for years. Monica Rappaccini and A.I.M. busts in to steal Tyrannus' secrets, only to make things infinitely worse.
The GoodThe day Greg Pak stops writing a Hulk book is the day I weep in sorrow. He has taken this book out of this world, and even taken some bizarre story lines, that I thought were absurd at first, and made them great reads. I wasn't too keen on the Tyrannus story line at first, but I find myself loving it more and more with each issue. This issue is straight fun and a lot of great set-up for future issues. I love the twist towards the middle of the issue and what Monica Rappuccini changes Tyrannus' Fountain of Youth into. This little twist will and already has lead to some craziness and it'll be a lot of fun to see how this all turns out.
The art, penciled by Paul Pelletier, inked by Danny Miki, and colored by Morray Hollowell, is fantastic. Frankly, Pelletier and Pak play really well off of each other and I love seeing them work on this book together. The art is extremely vibrant and detailed and it will keep you glued to the pages.