Indestructible Hulk: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (vol 1) - Mark Waid

Not a bad restart (yes, again) of the Hulk direction. The impossible strong, green monster's alter ego, the brilliant Dr. Banner, decides to work for SHIELD in order to get funding for scientific projects and in return the spy agency literally throws Banner at problems so that he will turn into the Hulk and "fix" them. The trouble with this collections (other than the fact that the Hulk looks stupid with a crew cut) is that the fight scenes--which are imperative to Hulk comics--are rather quick and dull, and the whole point of working for SHIELD never really takes place in this volume, as it is all set-up and the pseudo introduction of tangential characters.