Earth's mightiest heroes exiled him to outer space. Now the Incredible Hulk has crash-landed on a distant alien planet, ruled by the tyrannical Red King, and he must become the planet's mightiest gladiator if he wants to survive.
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Based on the bestselling Marvel comic series, Planet Hulk is an epic adventure. Unable to control the Hulk, the Avengers banish him to space where he crash lands on a savage planet where he's forced to compete in gladiatorial combat. It's an impressive and ambitious story that's told rather well, even though it's a bit derivative. The animation style is also quite good, with crisp and colorful art. Additionally, the voice work does an excellent job at giving personality and distinctiveness to the characters. Planet Hulk is an incredibly entertaining animated feature that explores the Hulk as never before.
- fb100000440772572, Wednesday, July 3, 2013
This little piece of Hulk in space escapism is basically a shark-jumping episode that has very little to do with the big green Marvel character that I have fond memories of. A simple and predicatable plot with lots of repetitive fights succeeds only in inspiring yawns of boredom while a better than average cinematic soundtrack gives it more of a big movie feel than the rest of its components deserve.
- Lyndaofwirral, Thursday, November 10, 2011
The Incredible Hulk is a Gladiator of the outer space in this Marvel Comics animation movie adapting material from the title role's comic saga just before the World War Hulk. The story was a sci-fi fantasy epic, with incredible writing and character development. They even fit in a special appearance of buzz-hero of the hour Thor for good measure.
- deano, Monday, June 14, 2010