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Preview: Immortal Hulk #24

Immortal Hulk #24

(W) Al Ewing (A) Joe Bennett (CA) Alex Ross
Rated T+
In Shops: Oct 02, 2019
SRP: $3.99

• As the war with Shadow Base comes to a brutal, bloody end, Bruce Banner has a choice to make.
• And the repercussions of that choice will have an effect on every single life on this planet…
• …including the IMMORTAL HULK.

Immortal Hulk #24

80 Years from Now is 2099, Celebrate with 2099 Variants in November

The Marvel Universe is revisiting everyone’s favorite dystopian future this November, and we’re gearing up with these stunning 2099 variants! 

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #34 2099 VARIANT by PASQUAL FERRY

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #34 2099 VARIANT by PASQUAL FERRY

AVENGERS #27 2099 VARIANT by NICK BRADSHAW

AVENGERS #27 2099 VARIANT by NICK BRADSHAW

BLACK CAT #6 2099 VARIANT by PHIL NOTO

BLACK CAT #6 2099 VARIANT by PHIL NOTO

BLACK PANTHER & THE AGENTS OF WAKANDA 2099 VARIANT by ROCK-HE KIM

BLACK PANTHER & THE AGENTS OF WAKANDA 2099 VARIANT by ROCK-HE KIM

CAPTAIN AMERICA #16 2099 VARIANT by JUNGGEUN YOON

CAPTAIN AMERICA #16 2099 VARIANT by JUNGGEUN YOON

DAREDEVIL #13 2099 VARIANT by DECLAN SHALVEY

DAREDEVIL #13 2099 VARIANT by DECLAN SHALVEY

EXCALIBUR #2 2099 VARIANT by MIKE MCKONE

EXCALIBUR #2 2099 VARIANT by MIKE MCKONE

FANTASTIC FOUR #16 2099 VARIANT by GREG LAND

FANTASTIC FOUR #16 2099 VARIANT by GREG LAND

GHOST-SPIDER #4 2099 VARIANT by BENGAL

GHOST-SPIDER #4 2099 VARIANT by BENGAL

IMMORTAL HULK #27 2099 VARIANT by TOM RANEY

IMMORTAL HULK #27 2099 VARIANT by TOM RANEY

LOKI #5 2099 VARIANT by TODD NAUCK

LOKI #5 2099 VARIANT by TODD NAUCK

SPIDER-MAN #3 2099 VARIANT by GIUSEPPE CAMUNCOLI

SPIDER-MAN #3 2099 VARIANT by GIUSEPPE CAMUNCOLI

VALKYRIE: JANE FOSTER #5 2099 VARIANT by PAUL RENAUD

VALKYRIE: JANE FOSTER #5 2099 VARIANT by PAUL RENAUD

VENOM #20 2099 VARIANT by KHOI PHAM

VENOM #20 2099 VARIANT by KHOI PHAM

X-MEN #2 2099 VARIANT by RON LIM

X-MEN #2 2099 VARIANT by RON LIM

Review: The Immortal Hulk #1 Director’s Cut

Did you miss Immortal Hulk #1? Now’s your chance to read it and more with The Immortal Hulk #1 Director’s Cut!

Story: Al Ewing
Art: Joe Bennett
Color: Paul Mounts
Letterer: Cory Petit
Ink: Ruy José

Get your copy in comic shops now! To find a comic shop near you, visit http://www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

Kindle/comiXology
TFAW

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Dark Phoenix

It’s new comic book day tomorrow! What’s everyone excited for? What do you plan on getting? Sound off in the comments. While you wait for tomorrow, and we’ve got some awesome posts today, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web in our morning roundup.

Newsarama – Dark Phoenix Writer/Director Offers to Take The Blame For Film That’s leadership.

Blackfilm – Sanaa Lathan To Voice Catwoman In Harley Quinn Animated Series For DC Universe’s Streaming Service – Very nice.

Reviews

CBR – Event Leviathan #1
CBR –
Immortal Hulk #19
AIPT! –
Spider-Gwen: Ghost Spider: Spider-Geddon

Preview: The Immortal Hulk #10

The Immortal Hulk #10

(W) Al Ewing (A) Joe Bennett (CA) Alex Ross
Rated T+
In Shops: Dec 05, 2018
SRP: $3.99

• Gamma Flight was too late. Shadow Base is infiltrated. Crusher Creel is damned. And the One Below All walks upon Earth.
• Now, in the place he was born, the Immortal Hulk is the last thing standing between the world of the living…
• …and the GREEN DOOR.

Celebrate The New Guardians of the Galaxy Team With Special Covers!

This January, Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw – the creative team that brought you Thanos – will bring a new Guardians of the Galaxy series to readers! And to celebrate the debut of this brand-new team, Marvel is releasing a series of variant covers showcasing past and present Guardians of the Galaxy characters from superstar artists Mike McKone, Ema Lupacchino, Dale Keown, Will Sliney, and more!

Look for Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy variant covers on these select titles:

  1. AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #14 by Gerald Parel
  2. AVENGERS #13 by Patrick Zircher with colors by Jason Keith
  3. BLACK PANTHER #8 by Jamal Campbell
  4. DEADPOOL #8 by Jamal Campbell
  5. DOCTOR STRANGE #10 by Will Sliney with colors by Frank D’Armata
  6. FANTASTIC FOUR #6 by Pasqual Ferry
  7. GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #1 by Ron Lim with colors by Israel Silva
  8. IMMORTAL HULK #12 by Geoff Shaw
  9. SPIDER-GWEN: GHOST SPIDER #4 by Bobby Rubio
  10. SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #2 by Mike McKone with colors by Jesus Aburtov
  11. UNCANNY X-MEN #8 by David Marquez
  12. X-23 #8 by Dale Keown
  13. X-FORCE #2 by Ema Lupacchino

Don’t miss your chance to collect all Guardians of the Galaxy variants, coming this January to your local comic shop!

Review: The Immortal Hulk Vol. 1 Or is He Both?

Bruce Banner is back and with him… the Hulk! Struggling with what it all means, Banner and the Hulk struggle with their return in a new series which infuses superhero stories with horror.

The Immortal Hulk Vol. 1 Or is He Both? collects issues #1-5 and material from Avengers #684 by Al Ewing, Joe Bennett, Paul Hornscheimeier, Marguerite Sauvage, Garry Brown, Ruy Jose, and Paul Mounts.

Get your copy in comic shops now and book stores on December 4! To find a comic shop near you, visit http://www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

Amazon/Kindle/comiXology
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Preview: Immortal Hulk #9

Immortal Hulk #9

(W) Al Ewing (A) Joe Bennett, Martin Simmonds (CA) Alex Ross
Rated T+
In Shops: Nov 21, 2018
SRP: $3.99

• Carl Creel was just trying to live. But sometimes trying isn’t enough.
• Now, to save the life he built for himself – and maybe everything else – Carl Creel has to do the impossible.
• The Absorbing Man has to kill the IMMORTAL HULK.

Around the Tubes

It’s new comic book day! What’s everyone getting? What are you excited for? Sound off in the comments below! While you wait for shops to open, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web in our morning roundup.

The Root – How Stan Lee, Creator of Black Panther, Taught a Generation of Black Nerds About Race, Art and Activism – There’ll be a lot of debate about the credit he should have but there’s no denying this.

 

Reviews

Newsarama – Avengers #10

The Beat – I Am Young

Newsarama – Immortal Hulk #8

Newsarama – William Gibson’s Alien 3 #1

Review: Immortal Hulk #4

Immortal Hulk (2018-) #4I’ve never been a big fan of the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo’s work in the MCU and the “Planet Hulk” arc are notable exceptions.) so it’s kind of a big deal when I say that Al Ewing, Joe Bennett, Ruy Jose, and Paul Mounts’ Immortal Hulk is one of my favorite current Marvel comics. In this series, Ewing and Bennett go the old school horror movie route and have the Hulk/Bruce Banner appear rarely and tell the story from the POV of the towns and people he affects. Most of Immortal Hulk #4 is told from the POV of intrepid journalist Jackie McGee, who doesn’t just want to write about the Hulk’s destruction, but get an interview with Bruce Banner himself. And if Banner is still MIA, she is perfectly fine with interviewing his old college roommate, Walter Langkowski aka Sasquatch of Alpha Flight.

Immortal Hulk #4 is predominantly a character study of Walter Langkowski, including almost watercolor flashbacks of his origin by Bennett, Jose, and Mounts. Bennett isn’t a flashy artist, and his steady photorealism with bursts of red or green from colorist Paul Mounts works well for the interview/road trip framing story. Bennett’s take on Langkowski is genial and energetic, and he and Ewing craft a balanced portrait of the NFL player/scientist who became a monster. And in a move that is best for McGee’s story as well as book that features the Hulk as a protagonist, Langkowski provides insight into Bruce Banner for a couple pages showing his insecurity and anger around the “jock” Langkowski and then cutting to a more humorous scene that reveals the origins of the Hulk’s trademark purple pants. The interview with Walter Langkowski shows that McGee is willing to go beyond the usual suspects (Thunderbolt Ross, Betty Ross) to get close to Bruce/The Hulk and find out the reason for his rampages.

Immortal Hulk #4 reminds me a lot of the original Universal The Wolf Man from 1941. It’s a werewolf movie, but director George Waggner spends quite a bit of time letting the audience get to know Larry Talbot Jr and humanizing him before he become a monster. Ewing and Bennett do the same with Walter Langkowski while connecting it to the larger nocturnal Hulk rampage narrative instead of going down a complete sidetrack to focus on a character who only appeared at the very end of Immortal Hulk #3. The recurring theme in Langkowski’s speech and actions is control. He has the right mix of brains and brawn to be Canada’s deterrent to the Hulk, he can control his transformations into Sasquatch, he can break up a bar fight. Well, maybe not that last part. With the help of rage filled reds from Mounts, Ewing and Bennett turn on the suspense when Langkowski is stabbed and badly injured by a couple angry men and goes to the hospital. But it ends up being the bite, the inciting incident responsible for his transformation into the monstrous, slavering Sasquatch because, like the Hulk, he is more of a monster at night.

Part road story, part monster story, Al Ewing, Joe Bennett, Ruy Jose, and Paul Mounts’ Immortal Hulk  is a master class in pacing and build up fleshing out characters, like Walter Langkowski, and then turning the tables because control is a myth when there is a gamma powered monster inside you.

Story: Al Ewing Pencils: Joe Bennett Inks: Ruy Jose
Colors: Paul Mounts Letters: Cory Petit
Story: 8.6 Art: 8.2 Overall: 8.4 Recommendation: Buy

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