The Immortal Hulk changes the dynamic of Bruce Banner and the Hulk drastically, shaping the most perfect moment a Marvel fan could ask for.
Bruce Banner is back as the Immortal Hulk and he has some major upgrades to the basic Incredible Hulk.
CBR examines the cocktail of scientific, psychological and supernatural horror that makes Immortal Hulk such an exciting take on the character.
Immortal Hulk #11 features the return of one of Hulk's oldest and most important allies, though he's still very much dead.
Another character from the Hulk's past will reenter the nightmarish life of Bruce Banner in a future issue of Immortal Hulk.
When a Defender falls, the Hulk, of all heroes, picks up the pieces - and an insanely powerful weapon, besides.
Marvel's Immortal Hulk series reveals the answer to the long-standing question about what lies beyond the Green Door.
Marvel just gave Bruce Banner one of his deadliest enemies ever, leveling up a classic villain into an all-new, even more powerful Red Hulk.
In the wake of his most monstrous murder ever, we look back at the other people who have been killed over the years by the Hulk.
The Hulk has never been more horrific, or more deadly, than he has been since becoming immortal.
Captain Marvel is starting up a new task force to find the Immortal Hulk, and the team has an old, familiar name.
Tony Stark introduces the world to Code Helios, a weapon strong enough to take down the Immortal Hulk - even if it crosses a line.
Al Ewing opens up to CBR about Immortal Hulk's ongoing mysteries, the Avengers' arrival, and that Green Door.
In Immortal Hulk #7, Marvel's jade giant battles his cousin and her Avengers teammates in an epic and horrific clash
After his fight with Sasquatch, something else is inside Bruce Banner in Marvel Comics' Immortal Hulk #6, by Al Ewing and Lee Garbett.
Immortal Hulk #5 just depowered a major Marvel Comics hero by employing a superpower rarely used by the Jade Giant.