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Now that Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuiness's epic run on Hulk has come to an end and we know who the Red Hulk is, we sit down and take a close look at the controversial and really quite good run on Marvel Comics Hulk!
Green Hulk the strongest one there is? The Red Hulk has something to say about that and the fans had a lot to say while it all happened. Jeph Loeb wove an epic run on Hulk, respecting the character's past while adding some new and exciting aspects to the lore.
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The iFanboy guys are as surprised as you are that we're discussing Red Hulk. But after a few positive reviews and practicing what we preach, we decided to give the Hulk a read and found that it was really quite enjoyable!
One of the main reasons why Red Hulk was so enjoyable because it was a great pairing of creators with Jeph Loeb writing for Ed McGuiness. The book was fun to read in both the story and dialogue as well as the art. It's even got something for every fan of the Marvel Universe, with appearances by the Defenders, X-Force and the Avengers.
As with the other classic Loeb stories, the Red Hulk was a mystery, centered around the Red Hulk's identity. While it was figured out by several keen readers, the reveal of his identity paid off and was completely rewarding