Written by Jeph Loeb
Penciled by John Romita Jr., Ed McGuinness, Herb Trimpe, Tim Sale, Dale Keown, Sal Buscema, Ian Churchill, Leinil Francis Yu and Mike Deodato Jr.
Cover by Ed McGuinness
Hulks. Will. Fall. But who will take the biggest fall of all? The Red Hulk and Bruce Banner form an uneasy alliance to defeat a conspiracy bent on taking down the U.S. government. But will they destroy each other before they can triumph? Guest-starring Thor, Captain America, the X-Men, Black Panther, the Fantastic Four and more, this monster-sized saga kicks off with the death of a longtime Hulk legend and never lets up! And in the aftermath, the truth is finally out: The identity of the Red Hulk is revealed! Everything Hulk fans have been waiting for pays off here, but it only whets the appetite for the epic final showdown between Red and Green Hulks - a cataclysmic battle that will settle once and for all which one is the strongest there is! Collecting FALL OF THE HULKS: GAMMA and HULK (2008) #19-24.
Magius25 October at 12:38 Never owned that gen of console, had a Megadrive, but PC was my major machine until about 2007 when I picked up a 360 and then a PS3 a year later. I had a PS2 which I picked up when I spent a year at UCT as I couldn't take my gaming rig with me, but I really only ever played SSX on that machine with my flatmate's brother
Lurch25 October at 12:27 @Magius - it was my first 32-bit console experience. Rented a Sega Saturn and Tomb Raider 1 from our local video store. Would go on to pick up the PS1 a little later on the release of TR2.
Magius25 October at 12:14 @DP i remember playing it all those years ago at Eastgate mall. Someone rented out shop space and setup up the Saturn and PS1 and was charging something like R20 for 30mins of game time. Remember that first encounter with the T-Rex, oh my
DarkPrince25 October at 12:09 Today is the 20th Anniversary of Tomb Raider, it released today 20 years ago on Sega Saturn. Time flies.