Immortal Hulk Recreates a Classic Marvel Group as a Teenage Cult

The Hulk's current, horror-tinged incarnation in the pages of Immortal Hulk is about to become an unlikely inspirational figure for wayward youth.

Marvel Comics has released its advance solicitation information for titles on sale this December, including Al Ewing and Joe Bennett's Immortal Hulk #28. Marvel's description for the upcoming issue reveals the formation of a cult of teenagers, one that takes on the name of two previous groups with ties to the Hulk. This crew has formed around the Jade Giant's current reputation, as he continues to come to terms with his more sinister status quo.

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The advance solicit information and cover illustrated by Alex Ross are below:


  • Are your children normal? Are they respectful of you and other approved authority figures? Do they have a poster of the Punisher on their wall?
  • Or are they angry and discourteous? Do they embrace difficult and/or dangerous concepts, such as protest and the environment? Do they stand with the Hulk?
  • Ask yourself: Are your children normal... or have they joined the TEEN BRIGADE?
  • 32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

Spinning out of the events of Avengers: No Surrender, co-written by Ewing, Bruce Banner has been resurrected, with a more monstrous, savage version of the Hulk emerging every night. As Banner comes to terms with the renewed tension with his alter ego, he must contend with similarly horrifically transformed versions of longtime supporting characters Betty Ross and Rick Jones.

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Immortal Hulk #28 is written by Al Ewing and illustrated by Joe Bennett. It is scheduled to go on sale December from Marvel Comics.

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