Are you reading Immortal Hulk, one of the wildest Big Two comics in the stands today? I think you should (pic warning)

Temperance

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Oct 25, 2017
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Temperance

This is wrong. Immortal hulk is up to #24 on MU. General rule of thumb for all Marvel comics (excludes outside licensed stuff, hence no Conan) is they hit MU 6 months after hitting Retail shelves. For instance I am reading HOX/POX and they hit weekly in order same as release, just six months behind.
Too late lol i just bought TPB? 1-5 (on sale), not too worried since if I enjoy them as much as their reputation I'd be glad I added them to the library. Thanks for the update.

+It would be a bit cheaper to get Omnibus 1 ~$1. My collection would be Omni #1 and then #3 of the paperback. I can just focus on always getting the next trade.
 
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Matthew77

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Oct 29, 2017
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Sorry guys😜 was actually reading the control thread and saw the notification (must have watched the thread) and thought we were in the comicsgate she-ra thread some of us were posting in earlier today about this book.

My bad forgive me.
 

Dalek

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Oct 25, 2017
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This current storyline is top notch. I love the idea of a Villian that infects everyone’s memories.
 

TheMadTitan

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Oct 27, 2017
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Holy shit, that scene where Savage Hulk rips out of Banner's body was fucking insane.

I like to imagine that the psychics on Krakoa would be immune to all of the shit going on because it would literally make sense for them to be, but I digress.
 

The Silver

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Oct 28, 2017
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Devil Hulk is innocent I tell ya, let him back out I like him. Green Scar is the true danger, he's the damn Worldbreaker, I won't be fooled.
 

Nightfall

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Oct 27, 2017
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Caught up with it on Marvel Unlimited and god damn this is just SO good. This and House / Powers of X are really my jam.
Haven't had that much fun with a comic book in a while.
 

Palette Swap

The Fallen
Oct 25, 2017
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I guess my biggest issue is that I’d have loved to see more of the current bad guy, but man, this was all executed so perfectly.

There’s no feeling like knowing you’re reading a legendary run, what will be seen later as one of the all time greats. After more than 30 issues, you tend to expect Ewing to trip up, but his vision for the book is so perfectly formed and driven that it keeps on giving, relentlessly.

There’s a lot to be said about this book’s visual language, and how it keeps pushing the boundaries of bodily horror in a mainstream comic book of all places.
 

caliph95

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Oct 25, 2017
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Yeah he seemed much too trustworthy and forthright.
Him not trusting devil hulk makes sense but Joe being trapped and stoping him from freeing him when he's harmless. Worldbreaker is one of the stronger hulks but makes classic hulk do even and whenever classic gets an idea he pushes him to do something else and gets him distracted

Also he doesn't smell right for some reason

I bet money it's Brian
implication seems to be Leader is controlling Brian somehow
 

VeePs

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Oct 25, 2017
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Him not trusting devil hulk makes sense but Joe being trapped and stoping him from freeing him when he's harmless. Worldbreaker is one of the stronger hulks but makes classic hulk do even and whenever classic gets an idea he pushes him to do something else and gets him distracted

Also he doesn't smell right for some reason
So is Worldbreaker Hulk still in there somewhere?