Hulk #1 - I honestly don't know how anyone could be disappointed with this. For the people that legitimately are, I'd like to know what your expectations were. Loeb has said numerous times that his doing this book was basically a gift for McG. It's going to be filled with huge muscles beating the goddamn **** out of each other. Add to that a good supporting cast and brilliant art and I'm in. The obvious question as to who the Hulk is is revealed in this issue. I'm glad for it. It gets it out of the way, and the story can move on. I'm also glad the Banner has joined the cast. Even if he's not the Hulk, a Hulk book just wouldn't be the same without his presence. It's not groundbreaking, and it's certainly not trying to be. This is what I had hoped Mighty Avengers would be: a slick, blockbuster action movie as told in comic book form. Solid first issue. X-Factor #27 - This is one of the better chapters so far. We now know Bishop's motivations for killing the baby, which confirmed my own suspicions. I like the "team-up" of Charlie and Cable. It's almost like Xavier needs something to put him back in the good graces of the mutant community, and he sees Cable as his meal ticket. And how about the Sinister shocker? I totally didn't see that one coming. The only plotline I couldn't care less about is this Predator X nonsense. I don't know what the hell it is, and I don't care. Someone just kill it already.