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The Incredible Hulks: Dark Son

Bruce Banner is the Hulk once again, and far from being left alone, he’s got a whole family of gamma-charged allies at his side.

Son Skaar, daughter Lyra, cousin She-Hulk, friends A-Bomb and Korg, and wife Red She-Hulk or is that Ex-wife?

Meanwhile, a universe away, Hiro-Kala, the mysterious Dark Son of Hulk, rises to power on the planer K’ai. He has a plan for his long lost family members, and it involves a bigger smash than his father has ever made.

Collecting The Incredible Hulks #612-617.

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