Opinions on the Hulked Out Heroes two parters?
This month skipped the regular Hulk titles and instead two Hulked Out Heroes two parters were solicited. These four comics go with a Hulked Out Heroes Deadpool two parter that came out last month.
Did anybody think these comics served a purpose to the general storyline?
I didn't see much of a connection or a real story in either of them.
My opinion? They sucked! Seeing that there hasn't been any mention of them before now leads me to believe I'm not the only one that feels that way.
lol. those things are filling up the fifty cent bins at the LCS. no one will touch them.
Some cute, some lol, some aww he remembered his truth self moments in some of them, but really, no big deal. Skipping them won't mean you've lost anything.
the spider-man/thor one was better than the cap/wolverine one
I liked the thor spider man only because it showed a little of his and lokis past
as far as the spidey one... i mean... is it really necerary to revisit a young peter parker...ok we get it...he was a book worm... it's only been flash backed like 7 million times
cap and wolverine i tried to skim through then got bored... i think i spotted something more interesting (i believe there was shiny new dime on the floor)
I felt the same way about all three of them,
Deadpool had the most complete story....there where some funny moments but mostly I felt like it was spinning wheels in mud.
Cap and Wolverine didn't explain to me at all why I needed to know the back story...the torture scene didn't belong if the story was supposed to be "light hearted and fun" but it isn't clear to me what the point of this book was at all...
Spiderman vs. Thor...was there a story here? some flash backs, a fight, in fact this was probably the only situation I could see Spidey fighting Thor...
As far as character designs go:
Wolverine looked like a "Stupid Rat Creature" from Bone.
Why did Caps' fake arm get "Hulked Out" ?
Spiderman didn't really look that different to me, just bigger!
But...I thought Thor looked kinda cool!
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The Hulkpool concept was brilliant. That a Deadpool Hulk would want to go back in time to kill puny Deadpool makes so much sense. Kinda lost me a bit with the execution of the idea, butů I'm not saw these comics where every going to be something other than "Hey, we have very briefly some Superheros turned into Hulks wouldn't it be amiss if we didn't play with this?"
I finally got myself to read them and besides Thor Hulks design it was all pointless. Except the Hulkpool story all the others stories were just one hulked out hero against another one. These stories have to be some of the most pointless stories of all time.
There was too much focus on Deadpool Hulk and too little on the female Hulks
Immortal. So far so good!
I found the Spidey-Thor one to be laugh out loud funny at times. And I liked the back story to the Cap/Wolverine one.
It was worth buying, but that's only my opinion.
I dropped off towards the end so read it all or the ending including these extra issues, but that whole Hulk story line was a complete boondoggle to try and follow. Even with the published reading order,it didn't make a lick of sense.
Those four comics (well six if you include Hulked Out Heroes) I read because I had them, but I didn't pay attention to them. The only thing I remember was wondering how Bucky's arm stayed attached when he was hulked... Also how stupid Wolverine looked.
The Fantastic Four back-up story by Clevinger was pretty great.