*Spoilers Warning* So I just finished reading Hulk #2, and I'm actually intrigued by some of the events that went down. I give Loeb credit for misleading readers into thinking Rick Jones is the red Hulk. I was really surprised when he transformed into the new Abomination or A-Bomb as he calls himself. (Anybody feel sorry for Rick? This is the second time he's been transformed into a gamma irradiated monster.) I guess Rick and maybe a few others absorbed some of the rays that blasted the Hulk at the end of WWH. It still leaves the question of "Who is the Red Hulk?" It's not Banner. We saw him still imprisoned at the underground base in issue 1. I'm starting to believe Samson may be the Red Hulk. He was also present at the end of WWH. When Shield's helicarrier was under attack, Ross mentioned Samson heard a noise and went to investigate it. The Red Hulk shows up where Samson indicated, and we never see the Doc after that. Doc's also sporting a short haircut, and the Red Hulk has a similar cut. (I might be grasping at straws, but I figured it might be worth mentioning.) Plus, this red Hulk is very articulate when he speaks. I still think Loeb is misleading people even more regarding who killed the original Abomination. General Ross has more motivation of wanting him dead than anybody. Wasn't the Abomination responsible for killing Betty with the tainted blood transfusion? I think that would give Ross a motive. He could easily get access to Shield's weapon that killed Abomination. Whether he actually carried it out or had someone do it for him remains to be seen. It was a Hulk sized weapon afterall. My biggest gripes were the battle Red Hulk had with She-Hulk (they were mostly off panel), and Iron Man's comment when the helicarrier was going down, "OH THE HUMANITY! That was just terrible. Overall, I enjoyed and will keep reading it. The big green guy will be back in #4, so I'm looking forward to that.