Well, last week we all saw Brian Michael Bendis' gab-fest roll on in Avengers #14, wherein our man Thaddeus Ross goes Big Red and takes on Aunt Petunia's Most God-Of-Fear-Possessed Nephew Benjamin J. Grimm, aka The Ever-Hatin' Black-Rocked Angir, proves himself as "Avengers material" and then gets his ass kicked to all hell, apparently never to return, if Jarvis is to be believed.
So, since Bendis tends to be gospel around Marvel over the past decade or so, does this mean Jeff Parker's Red Hulk is actually dead? Or does that just mean Bendis is done with him? Well, as we see in these preview pages from Hulk #37, Parker is working very closely with Bendis' story, even using the same dialog, but we get the events of the story from the perspective of MODOK, which automatically makes this the superior telling.
Check out these pages from Fear Itself: Red Hulk #37, featuring art from Elena Casagrande and a cover from Carlo Pagulayan.