It's Red VS Green in "Hulk" #4

Tue, June 3rd, 2008 at 3:22pm PDT | Updated: June 10th, 2008 at 12:34pm

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Official Press Release

The Red Hulk battles the Green Hulk--and there will be smashing!

It's the battle you've been waiting for since the incredible, smash-hit superstar creative team of Eisner-winning, Emmy-nominated scribe Jeph Loeb (Ultimates 3, television's Heroes) and the incomparable artist Ed McGuiness teamed up to launch Hulk, creating one of 2008's runaway successes!

But just who is the Red Hulk? How will this reveal shake the Hulk's universe to its core? And just what is the Watcher doing in the middle of this? Find out in Hulk #4, as the sold-out series continues!

Retailers, please check the Marvel Mailer for special ordering incentives.

If you're wondering what all the buzz is about, don't miss Hulk: Red Hulk, collecting the first three issues of the series that introduced the Hulk you never thought you'd see!

HULK #4 (FEB082223)
Written by JEPH LOEB
Pencils & 50/50 Covers by ED MCGUINNESS
Inked by DEXTER VINES
Colored by JASON KEITH
Rated A ...$2.99
FOC--6/5/08, On-Sale--6/25/08

HULK: RED HULK (APR088241)
Written by JEPH LOEB
Pencils & Cover by ED MCGUINNESS
Inked by DEXTER VINES
Colored by JASON KEITH
Rated A ...$4.99
FOC--6/19/08, On-Sale--7/9/08

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