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Immortal Hulk Vol. 1: Or Is He Both? (Immortal Hulk (2018-)) Kindle & comiXology
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- File Size : 126237 KB
- Publisher : Marvel (November 21, 2018)
- ASIN : B07JHP2WQX
- Publication Date : November 21, 2018
- Print Length : 132 pages
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- Language: : English
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But then it loses that direction pretty quickly just a few issues in. They blow the "is he or isn't he killing people when he comes out at night" pretty quickly which takes the horror aspect out of it instantly. Then it gets muddled with this "Green Door" concept that I feel they are trying to create a sort of Lovecraftian but ALSO science based concept but there's a few toes dipping into each side. If they just go hey, we're doing a straight up horror style narrative or a straight up alternate dimension bleeding into this one route, it could be great.
The art is also mediocre at best. Fantastic art can sometimes save average writing, but when the art is average to poor in some panels, it just enhances the story flaws.
I'm giving it a 3 instead of a 2 because it *has* potential and a lot of it, and I hope this is just a few awkward steps on the way there.
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Al Ewing makes Bruce smart and intelligent though due to what happened to him in Civil War II he seems much more moody and distant. The Hulk on the other hand feels more like anti-hero, in the first issue he really hurts the guy who robbed the petrol store. When you see the Hulks face, just as he is about to hurt the robber you literally feel the terror in the guy. Check out those panels in the first issue you'll see what I mean. Mr. Joe Bennet's artwork is incredible here full of fun visuals and incredible cinematic action, I'm only familiar with his artwork in Spider-Man but in Hulk he really stepped up. All characters look clear and crisp. Joe Bennet draws a terrifying Hulk, heck he doesn't even look like a hero but more of a monster. Great job Marvel you have another hit on your hands!
That being said towards the end I did find it getting a bit more tedious and convoluted, the curse of most marvel comics as they try to fit it into the larger setting.
Worth a read but not great.