Comic Book Ratings and What They Mean

Comic Book Ratings and What They Mean

E or A - Everyone or All Ages: Just like it sounds, these comic books are appropriate for children of any age. They are often aimed at the youngest readers

T - Tween: Generally suited for anyone over the age of 9

T+ - Older Teens: Best for ages 13 and up

M or PA - Mature or Parental Advisory: Comic books with this rating should not be sold to anyone under 18 without parental consent

Hulk # 35 (Marvel Comics 2011)
Hulk # 35 (Marvel Comics 2011)

Hulk # 35 (Marvel Comics 2011)

Hulk # 35 (Marvel Comics 2011)

Why is Red Hulk dreaming of people dying and how does this vision lead to the all-new, all-improved M.O.D.O.K.?
Fortunately for Red Hulk, part of M.O.D.O.K.'s new M.O. is a more non-confrontational personal approach to villainy.
Unfortunately for Red Hulk, although M.O.D.O.K. desires to keep his own hands clean, he feels no such need to reign in his newest ally, the electrifying Zzzax!

Hulk # 36 is written by Jeff Parker with art and a cover by Patrick Zircher.

Hulk # 36 is a 32 page comic book in full color and rated T+.

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