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@theacidskull: Yeah. Didn't that guy write him for like 10 years? lol. I was gonna read his original X-Factor since the new one is so awesome, but the old one is like 100 something issues.

I read Fables up to issue 75 or so. I kind of lost steam with it though. Its a big ensemble book which I find a bit annoying since the only characters I really fell in love with were Bigby and Snow.

@dagmar_merrill hehe yup :P

He wrote Hulk for 12 years. And he kept reinventing everything so the book wouldn't lose steam. Peter David is a Genius.

Bigby Is badass. You should play wolf among us.

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@theacidskull: Maybe in the future. I don't really like Hulk as a concept though sorry lol.

Next up on my reading is Alan Moore's Swamp Thing, Morrison Doom Patrol and Morrison Animal Man.

Gonna be ballz deep in Vertigo (again})

Heh, yeah I remember, just a suggestion tho :P. However, I'm sure Peter David would change your mind if you ever read his run, but man that would take you a lot of time.:P

You reading Fables?

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@theacidskull said:

Greg Pak is a genius.

My experience with him has been up and down honestly. I thought his BvS run has been mediocre and so was Eternal Warrior.

Action Comics and This were great though.

He has his bumps, but when the guys does his thing, it is brilliant. You should give his Hulk a try.

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Greg Pak is a genius.

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@raynorq said:

@theacidskull: I do like him, as you know i have been waiting for Hulk to become his own character for quite some time and i am glad it finally happened. So no complaints here.

Plus he seems to be his own dude, not a rip off at all

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@raynorq said:

Great review, great issue. And yea i was also a bit surprised by Ricks reaction at the end. But you can see that Gerry was rushing things out since he didn't want to bore us with everything(we have gotten a reboot 4 issues ago... no need to drag it out again) and jump straight into action.

Yeah, but as you can see it didn't really take away the enjoyment. Did you like Doc Green?

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@laflux said:

Good work, Brah.

I've personally enjoyed non savage iterations of the Hulk the most, so I may actually pick this up.

You'll love this then, this is arguably the smartest Hulk yet.

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I wasn't sure about this series but after read your review I might get it.

Thanks man :)

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@laflux said:

I keep telling myself to get started on this series. Your review is another reminder. Good Work as always brah :P

Thanks man :)

No go watch Korra! :D