The newest Marvel Knights series have been very enjoyable. X-Men went into the dirty south and found much more than what they were looking for, and Spider-Man ended up being one of favorite comics of the year, not that I had higher expectations of MK Hulk, but the pressure was definitely on for it to perform.
Joe Keatinge of Hell Yeah joins Piotr Kowalski for this four part mini-series (You can also catch Kowalski work with Joe Casey in Sex from Image Comics). A battered and bruised Bruce Banner, say that three times fast, is stranded in France (terrible, right?), and is being hunted down by agents of A.I.M. Something I find curious since A.I.M. also made an appearance in Uncanny X-Men #15 with the ongoing Inhumanity saga, and I hardly doubt this will be the last we see of them either.
Marvel Knights HULK is dark, living up the Marvel Knights reputation, and leaves you wondering if or when you actually will get to see Hulk “smash”. Not being a fan of the Hulk personally, it’s difficult to portray how fans of the green giant are going to react to this book. From the outside looking in, it appears to be heading in a good direction, one putting in the effort to read four issues could easily be rewarding.