Immortal Hulk #28

Immortal Hulk #28

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Al Ewing
(A) Joe Bennett
(CA) Alex Ross
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? Rated T+
Date Available: 12/04/2019
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


Al Ewing has you look this way, and all the while he's over that way with what's actually happening. In a story framed as 'the old way' being dismissed unless people fight for it, we have a sad, surprising ending suggesting that wasn't what we read while we were reading it.

There is also more Minotaur magic. Fill in artists Tom Reilly and Matias Bergara do an excellent job on both the mundane and the fantastical sides.

Al Ewing clearly has a world view to go along with his Hulk view. You may not agree with it. Be sure to read Stan's Soapbox from 1972, reprinted in full in this issue.


I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Al Ewing
(A) Joe Bennett
(CA) Alex Ross
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? Rated T+
Date Available: 12/04/2019
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


Al Ewing has you look this way, and all the while he's over that way with what's actually happening. In a story framed as 'the old way' being dismissed unless people fight for it, we have a sad, surprising ending suggesting that wasn't what we read while we were reading it.

There is also more Minotaur magic. Fill in artists Tom Reilly and Matias Bergara do an excellent job on both the mundane and the fantastical sides.

Al Ewing clearly has a world view to go along with his Hulk view. You may not agree with it. Be sure to read Stan's Soapbox from 1972, reprinted in full in this issue.


I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams


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