Hulk #2

by Ryan.L on January 26, 2017

Writer: Mariko Tamaki
Artist: Nico Leon, Dalibor Talajic
Colorist: Matt Milla
Publisher: Marvel Comics

Jennifer Walters, Hulk, continues to put her life back together after the death of her cousin Bruce Banner. Jen has always had a solid grip on her anger which made her unique compared to her cousin. But that all seems to have come unraveled.

This issue we get to see more of Jen coping with her anxiety and grief. What I love about this book is that it gives a hero to those out there that suffer from anxiety. We see Jen cheer herself on and just try to focus on the small things like eating a pastry. Even the strongest person can have themselves shaken to the core where anxiety now rules their life. Jennifer Walters would be no exception to that, and also being a Hulk makes that combination extremely dangerous.

This has not been a traditional  Hulk book and for that I give this one props. Such a new and refreshing take on a very well know character. Also bringing something that affects millions of people in the world to the forefront deserves a lot of praise. One thing that makes a book really strong is making a character relate-able and Mariko Tamaki has really excelled at that with this book.

I can't recommend picking up this book enough. It is one of the best books to come out in awhile and is one that really shouldn't be missed.


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