Marvel has announced artist Ed McGuinness will return to the Hulk title beginning with issue #30.

“Thanks to his amazing run with Jeph Loeb, Ed’s become THE definitive Hulk artist of our time,” said Senior Editor Mark Paniccia. “HULK #30 is pure McGuinness madness, introducing new characters that are bound to be instant classics, and some Hulk villains that fans have been frothing for. All this and the Impossible Man, too.”

According to the company, the issue will find Red Hulk and Green Hulk teaming up to put an end to something bad.  In the press release, Marvel said “The Earth will shake as the COMPOUND HULK makes its shocking debut!”  And by Compound Hulk, I hope they mean in the team-up sense, and not really the merging of the two brutes.

Take the jump to see a sneak peek that Marvel sent our way.

HULK #30 (DEC100576)
Written by JEFF PARKER
Pencils and Cover by ED McGUINNESS

That’s right, the Green Goliath and the rampaging Red Hulk must put aside their differences to take on a threat so massive it’ll take the both of them to put a stop to it. The Earth will shake as the COMPOUND HULK makes its shocking debut!

The $3.99 issue arrives February 16, 2011.

via Marvel

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  1. Grotesk
    January 18, 2011 at 9:35 pm — Reply

    Compound Hulk? Assuming it’s not a patchwork like has been shown any number of times (and on the cover), then wouldn’t that be sort of an Olive Hulk?

    (See, “Strong Green” or #00A800 in RGB, plus “Strong Red” #A80000 equals “Strong Olive” #A8A800)

  2. Purple Hulk
    January 19, 2011 at 4:16 pm — Reply

    Nah, that’s the villain…according to the preview it’s been looking for Green Hulk but came across Rulk, so now it will create a compound Hulk to battle Hulk and Rulk…this plot sucks! :D

  3. Some Dude
    January 19, 2011 at 5:32 pm — Reply

    Wow how long until this devolves into Rainbow hulk…

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