A high priestess fills a stone starship prison with small, green children.
A Haarg helps a small, green girl search for a Worldbreaker. A Worldbreaker grapples with a thousand years of doom.
On a world broken again and again by prophecy and catastrophe, which Hulk will finally dare to fight again?
ComicBook.comThere's a lot to love here as Greg Pak returns to the world that helped make him a legend in Incredible Hulk lore, presenting us with a Bruce Banner whose rage won't just release a green monster but might also bring about the destruction of an entire planet.
Un Cómic MásInteresting new chapter with a good twist at the end.
The Comicbook DispatchPlanet Hulk: Worldbreaker #2 finally picks up and adds some potential depth and story beats that could prove to be rather interesting. The problem is we don't see any of it until the end of this issue.
Major SpoilersPlanet Hulk: Worldbreaker #2 doesn't provide a solid protagonist and instead introduces many characters that hog the spotlight.
Weird Science Marvel ComicsPlanet Hulk: Worldbreaker #2 spends plenty of time building out the characters and the world of Sakaar a thousand years from now, but the plot takes a long road to get to the meat of the story. In isolation, there’s nothing technically wrong with this issue, but nothing in this issue grabs your attention or gets you excited for more.