Greg Pak and John Romita Jr's Wold War Hulk 3 (of 5). Romita delivers satisfying violence, and Pak does a pretty good job giving us something to slow down the punching: Ross gives a good speech, and a conversation between Banner and and Strange leads to a strong moment in which the Hulk is so strong he can cripple Strange at a distance. There is also a smart moment in which we the audience of the book are implicated in all the violence, cheering it on and demanding more. Unfortunately the last page was a little silly, but you never know, maybe it will work. I also do not like that so much hinges on the Sentry, a character I know next to nothing about. But this issue was better than the last two.
Comic-cons annoy me, with their 99% hype and 1% news ratio, and I do not have much to say about San Diego; except that I am glad to hear that Morrison is on Final Crisis with J.G. Jones. Cause I always get suckered into these big events, and at least it has guys I really like attached.
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I am going to blog about the wonderful comics that came out last week later.