"World War Hulk" by Greg Pak and John Romita Jr.
"World War Hulk" follows the events of "Planet Hulk," in which our green friend was shot into space under the direction of Dr. Strange, Mr. Fantastic, Iron Man, and Black Bolt. Sent hurtling through the void, the Hulk eventually lands on a brutal, alien planet where he is pushed to his utmost in order to survive.
I read through most of "Planet Hulk" while I was in the Barnes and Noble, and I had a hard time choosing between that book and "World War Hulk." Both of these comic books are BAD. ASS.
So the Hulk is doing his King Conan thing in outer space, right? He's got money, he's got power, and his wife is FINE. Then this bomb totally fucks his shit up, and his wife and all his people get killed. Eventually he figures out that those assholes that sent him into space had something to do with the explosion, and it's back to Earth for REVENGE.
"World War Hulk" made me want to go find some blonde guy and beat the living shit out of him. This was a good feeling. "World War Hulk" also made me want to throw people off of very tall buildings, and to spend a lot of time screaming at various foes. I am only sorry that Thor didn't make an appearance in this comic, but maybe it's better that Thor didn't show up for this one. The Hulk of "World War Hulk" would have given Thor the beating of a lifetime.
In conclusion: Hulk Smash!