Immortal Hulk #3 (2018) third print

Immortal Hulk #3 (2018) third print

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Al Ewing
(A) Joe Bennett
(CA) Alex Ross
What happened in the church on Mercer Avenue? What made the Lembert boy do what he did? Who is the One Below All? Reporter Jackie McGee has four eyewitnesses, with four different viewpoints, telling four different stories. But they all saw Bruce Banner…and the Immortal Hulk. Rated T+
Date Available: 07/18/2018
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


This book is a romance comic, depicting the Hulk coming between a boy and his true love. What could have been magic is torn asunder, just like Murray and I were during the war.

I don't know what she's talking about. This book is a cop story, told with a wink and a nudge, with a clear eye as to what role the Hulk plays in the Marvel Universe. I'll give you a hint genius...he's the freakin' hero.

I can't imagine you're buying what that pig is selling. This is a tale of heroism...MY heroism, when I kicked some homeless jerk out of my diner. How was I supposed to know who he was? I'd do it again. I don't care. I'm tough.

My friends lack the perspective of faith. I know the way, the truth and the light. This issue is about a monster, not of this Earth, but below. It is a test, put here for us to survive by the almighty and WE. ARE. FAILING.

This review brought to you by the Rashomon Institute for Multiple Viewpoints.


I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Al Ewing
(A) Joe Bennett
(CA) Alex Ross
What happened in the church on Mercer Avenue? What made the Lembert boy do what he did? Who is the One Below All? Reporter Jackie McGee has four eyewitnesses, with four different viewpoints, telling four different stories. But they all saw Bruce Banner…and the Immortal Hulk. Rated T+
Date Available: 07/18/2018
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


This book is a romance comic, depicting the Hulk coming between a boy and his true love. What could have been magic is torn asunder, just like Murray and I were during the war.

I don't know what she's talking about. This book is a cop story, told with a wink and a nudge, with a clear eye as to what role the Hulk plays in the Marvel Universe. I'll give you a hint genius...he's the freakin' hero.

I can't imagine you're buying what that pig is selling. This is a tale of heroism...MY heroism, when I kicked some homeless jerk out of my diner. How was I supposed to know who he was? I'd do it again. I don't care. I'm tough.

My friends lack the perspective of faith. I know the way, the truth and the light. This issue is about a monster, not of this Earth, but below. It is a test, put here for us to survive by the almighty and WE. ARE. FAILING.

This review brought to you by the Rashomon Institute for Multiple Viewpoints.


I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams


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