Nope. I read it for a while as I wanted to see Pak's Banner scenes, but gave up pretty quickly as it wasn't doing much for me. Followed it via scans online etc for another few issues, but didn't even bother doing that for the most recent one - literally no idea what happened and no interest in finding out. Never really cared for Cho much as a character so once the "what happened to the real Hulk?" mystery played out I was done (not helped by the disgraceful mistreatment and killing of Banner shortly thereafter, not in the TAHulk book of course but it did dampen my enthusiasm nonetheless).
To me the best use of Cho was during Invincible Hercules. In that comic he worked as the brains to Herc's brawn, unnecessary in a Banner-Hulk comic since Banner is the brains to Hulk's brawn - but he was a good fit in an all-ages Herc book.
I've got zero interest in the upcoming She Hulk book either (calling the book "Hulk" isn't enough to reel me in).
A stunt like that would put me off...and I used to buy She-Hulk a few years ago.
Honestly, my reading of all new Marvel stuff is at the lowest level I can remember. The only ongoing Marvel books I am reading semi-regularly at the moment are Old Man Logan and Punisher, and I'm quite a way behind on both of those now too. I still follow a lot of what is going on via people posting scans on other boards, but in terms of me actually setting out to read new stuff cover to cover these days it is basically 2000AD (and other Dredd-related titles) and that's it. Might give the upcoming X-Men vs Inhumans a shot as I am an unashamed Black Bolt fanboy and the prospect of a fight with Magneto intrigues me, but probably I'll just follow it via scans rather than actually pay for it unless I am seriously impressed by what I see (unlikely based on the form of Marvel event books). Like you, I find the monthly comic format to be pretty unfulfilling these days for a variety of reasons, even aside from my favourite Marvel character being put on ice after years of editorial mishandling.
Seems we are in the same boat in that regard (or have we both 'jumped the ship'?).
I am getting through quite a lot of trades currently of slightly older stuff where you can get whole, lengthy runs collected for reasonable prices. I'm re-reading Punisher MAX as that is being re-printed in its entirety (it was almost impossible to get previously unless you had a few hundred quid to splash on single trades). I've read it before but it's so good and it's been years since I read most of it so I'm enjoying it again.
I own virtually all the Thor issues (until Fraction and Fem-Thor) so I have turned my attentions to the 'classic' trades I missed back in the day (original Squadron Supreme from Gruenwald is seriously fucking brilliant) as well as just randomly starting a series (Uber was excellent; East is West was Meh, God is Dead is total shit) if the idea interests me.
Also currently working through the second Invincible compendium which goes up to issue #98 ish I think - I'd read chunks of it before but never the whole run, honestly it's more than a little underwhelming as a whole (I hate Kirkman's dialogue) but it has some real stand-out moments obviously
Now that's interesting because I really like Invincible, however...
1. It does take a while to get going (specifically when Mark fights his Dad)
2. It does lose a lot of impetus after the Viltrumite War.
But the stuff between about 12-75 I love. Cool characters, amazing fights and real character development. Plus Ryan Ottley is just such a good artist.
...still a bit pissed they didn't give Omnipotus a better showing though.
(can't fault those IDW compendiums for value though - eyeing up The Darkness vol 1 and 2 at some point, 2400 pages ish all told). I'm thinking the Brubaker Cap run will be next, which I've never actually read before and is meant to be amazing, a little harder to collect in trade though.
I got the Planetary Omnibus for myself a month or so ago (a friend loaned it to me many years ago) - on second reading I was amazed how many homages/references to comics I'd missed first time around. Good book...although still too decompressed for me.
So yeah, all in all my regular consumption of current Marvel (or DC for that matter) products is basically nil currently which is a shame.
Well at least the Marvel movies are still decent.