• Immortal Hulk #18-19: “This is Me”

    Immortal Hulk #18-19: “This is Me”1

    Immortal Hulk #18 & #19 Joe Bennett (artist), Al Ewing (writer), Ruy José (inker), Paul Mount (colorist), Cory Petit (letterer)| Marvel Comics May 29, 2019 and June 12, 2019 Immortal Hulk #18 and #19 introduce us to the newest gamma monsters: the new Abomination and Harpy. These two issues are some of the book’s goriest

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  • Hulk Gets Horrific in The Immortal Hulk Volume 1

    Hulk Gets Horrific in The Immortal Hulk Volume 10

    The Immortal Hulk Volume 1: Or Is He Both? Al Ewing (writer), Joe Bennett (penciller), Ruy Hosé (inker), Paul Mounts (color artist), Cory Petit (letterer), Paul Hornschemeier, Marguerite Sauvage and Garry Brown (Immortal Hulk #3 guest artists), Travis Lanham (Immortal Hulk #2 co-letterer), Jim Zub and Mark Waid (Avengers #684 co-writers) Marvel Comics December 4,

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  • Monthly Marvel Muster: Endings and Beginnings

    Monthly Marvel Muster: Endings and Beginnings2

    Welcome back to the August edition Monthly Marvel Muster! Where I discuss the goings-on of the Marvel comics universe. August saw the long-awaited end of Secret Empire, and the first of the Generations one-shots featuring time-tossed team-ups between characters who’ve used the same code names at different times. No new ongoing series launched in August,

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  • The Wedding Issue: Bruce Banner and Betty Ross

    The Wedding Issue: Bruce Banner and Betty Ross0

    Aside from “Who would win in a fight?” nothing gets comic fans more heated than the question of whether or not superheroes should marry. In this mini-feature, Bride-to-Be Rebecca Henely and her Maid of Honor Kayleigh Hearn take a trip down memory lane to the most significant times comic companies took the plunge and got

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  • Jennifer Walters is Marvel’s HULK. It’s About Time!

    Jennifer Walters is Marvel’s HULK. It’s About Time!1

    Jennifer Walters has been a stalwart in the Marvel Universe since her inception in 1980. She was created as a quick fix solution for Marvel, who were becoming increasingly worried that the team behind the hit TV show The Incredible Hulk might add a female version of their star, just like The Six Million Dollar

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