Published on April 4th, 2022 | by Tim Chuma

Hulk: Grand Design – Monster #1 (2022) Review

Hulk: Grand Design – Monster #1 (2022) Review Tim Chuma

Summary: The entire Hulk saga squashed into the one storyline sounds ambitious but they manage it including all the art style changes. Well worth having a look at.



The entire saga of the Hulk is told within the one storyline with the major highlights of each storyline and eventual ending of each plot spelled out. There is a lot to go through so they gloss over many of the details.

This was very impressive for the amount of times that art style changes to the point you would swear it was by a different artist in each part of the story but they are all by the one artist.

While this is not the place to go if you want to read the original stories, if you only have a passing interest in the Hulk or mainly know the character from the MCU this is an ideal place to start as it goes through almost every story involving the character and this is only the first part.

This should be even better when they eventually release the trade paperback and it really is the entire Hulk saga with all the different stories as there was enough to look at here that I could hardly even work out how the Hulk ended up in some of these places such as fighting Evil Space Clowns with Rocket Raccoon.

Comic details:

Writer: Mike O’sullivan, Jim Rugg

Penciler: Jim Rugg

Cover Artist: Jim Rugg

Publisher: Marvel

Published: March 30, 2022

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