the immortal hulk
The Immortal Hulk #22 just went meta following a terrorist attack by taking a major swipe at the revolving door of death in superhero comics.
Marvel Comics just gave Hulk the most gruesome death he's ever had to endure, with the return of a couple of familiar faces in The Immortal Hulk #19.
This week, Event Leviathan begins, The Immortal Hulk continues to shock, the Silver Surfer returns, and Darth Vader concludes!
From grisly Mortal Kombat-style takedowns to the Hulk's brutal new gameplan, it's clear that the horror of The Immortal Hulk is just beginning.
The Immortal Hulk has become the most sinister and vengeful villain stomping their way through the Marvel Universe.
Bruce Banner and the Hulk come face-to-face with a deadly gamma weapon nobody ever saw coming.
One of the biggest secrets about Bruce Banner's accident been revealed, painting a devilish origin for the Hulk.
The Immortal Hulk changes the dynamic of Bruce Banner and the Hulk drastically, shaping the most perfect moment a Marvel fan could ask for.
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.
The Hulk has never been more horrific, or more deadly, than he has been since becoming immortal.
The Hulk is often compared to Jekyll and Hyde, but his newest series, Immortal Hulk, gives the monster a gruesome Frankenstein twist.
Al Ewing opens up to CBR about Immortal Hulk's ongoing mysteries, the Avengers' arrival, and that Green Door.
Immortal Hulk just introduced a very lethal threat to Bruce Banner from the classic Incredible Hulk television series.
The Immortal Hulk #1 paints a Hulk in a light that's morally grey and very reminiscent of a classic version of the Marvel 'hero.'
The Hulk is more monstrous and deadly than ever, and decidedly more dangerous in Al Ewing and Joe Bennett's Immortal Hulk #1.
The synopsis for Immortal Hulk #4 teases a fatal showdown between the Immortal Hulk and a founding Alpha Flight member.