I'm definitely gonna give this a chance. It's something different but that doesn't mean it has to be a bad thing.
I also like that Ewing is a big Hulk-fan and has been since he was a kid. So we have a writer that knows what he's talking about.
I'm also excited about Walter Langkowski getting a big role in this book. We haven't seen too many Hulk/Sasquatch team-ups. Wasn't the last time we saw Banner and Langkowski interacting at the Crossroads?
Going back to the Banner by day, Hulk by night thing can be cool and it makes sense in a horror book.
On the other hand, I'm not really sure how to feel about Banner being so easy to kill now.
And "When the sun goes down the savage and undying brute will run free"
Does this mean we're getting the Savage Hulk back? I sure as hell hope not. I'm fine with him being a 'monster' but not the childlike moron.
Zelandoni, I don't think that we would get the classic 1970's Savage Hulk again What I am interpreting from the Ewing and Bennett interview as well as the latest comments here is that we'll get a Hulk from The Incredible Hulk Vol.1 #2 (July 1962). A dark and monstrous Hulk who is out at night and has anti-social personality.
He will have the Gravage's drive to be a hero (The Mighty Avengers Vol.1 #1 (1963). I think the book will have the feel of what Stan Lee had in the middle of the second issue - horror.
Remember when the Hulk kidnapped Betty and took her to Banner's cabin where the Hulk scares Betty with his utter hatred of men? Imagine that in the new book.